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About The Hesperian / (Lincoln, Neb.) 1885-1899 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 20, 1900)
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Several members of Beta Theta PI
gnvo an Impromptu hop Wednesday
eVoning to their lady frionds. A most
enjoyable affair is reported. Those
present were: Misse3 Hammond, "Wil
kins of Omaha, Urodt, Salleo, Hoi
brook, Robinson, Nance, Jenkins, Pried
sam; Messrs. Webster, Broady, Musser,
Ames, Anderson, ltehlaender, Sims,
Miss Gertrude Chambers gave a very
pleasant valentine party on Wednesday
Some of the members oZ Phi Kappa
Psl gave-a sle'ghlng party on Monday
Miss Nolia Cochrane gave an infor
mal tea at the Delta Gamma fraternity
honso on Monday afternoon.
Mrs. R. It. Wolcott and Mrs. H. B.
Ward entertained the facnlly woman's
club nt 1641 G street last Wednesday
Members and frionds of (he Dollan
literary society held their annual val
entine party Wednesday evening, Feb
. rnary 14. in tho university Y. M. C.
Miss Clara King Smith ami J. Wood
ard Jones wero married at noon
Wednesday. They left for Chicago the
same day and will be at homo afler
April 2 at Wayne, Neb.
Chancellor Bessoy gave a dinner
party to the regents, ex-Chancellor Ben
ton and Secretary J. Stuart Dales on
Thursday noon at his lesidence on S
street. The ex-chancellor entertained
the board of regents with his stories of
tho early struggles of tho university
Don and Calvin Atwood gave a valen
tine party Wednesday evening in
honor of Miss Ilanna of Kansas City.
Those present were the Misses Agnew,
Loomis, Hayes, Tukey, Cole, Garten,
Jackson and Hanna; Messrs. Weeks,
Hayes, McCreary, Sherman, Hill, John
son, Tukey, D. Atwood and C. Atwood.
Miss Nellie Dean gave a dinner party
Thursday evening at the Llndell for
Miss Frcderika WIMard of Grand Is
land. Mrs. S. B. Pound acted as chap
erone for those present, who were:
Misses Frederika and Abble Wlllard,
Anna TIbbets, Stella Kirker, Margaret
Lynn, May Whiting, Pluebe Gerrard of
Columbus and Mrs. Roscoo Pound.
Judge and Mrs. J. R. Webster enter
tained the senior law class of the state
university last Tuesday afternoon from
4 to 5. Fifty-five young men were pies
ont. Mrs. Webster was assisted by
Misso3 Joy Webster, Edna Polk, Lydia
Mullen, Blanche Garten, Helen Greg
ory and Grace Bridge. In the evening
Judge Webster roturned to Washing
ton. The third annual ba.iquet of the
Kappa Sigma fraternity was given on
Tuesday night at the Hotel Lincoln to
tho resident members of tho fraternity
and to a number of alumme. Mr. Ger
main Towl of Omnha was toastmnster.
Mr. William Adam of Kearney, Mr.
Towl of Omaha and Mr. Howard Little
of Madison wero the out of town
The Sigma Alpha Kpsllon fraternity
gave a sleighing party Thursday ovon
lng. After the ride tho young people
wont to the chapter house for a dance.
Appetizing refreshments were served.
Tho following were present: Misses
Watklna, Edna Harley, Margaret Win
ger, Edna Wetzel, Blanche Edmiaton,
Clara Hammond. Anna Hammond,
Quo'o Hnskell, Hoffman, Dorrlngton of
Falls City; Messrs. Bartlett, Mills,
Dew, Fawoll, Holbrook, Cowglll, Do
Putron, Fawoll, Stewart, Shlldor, Wal
lace. A very pretty dancing party was
given on Wednesday evening by tho
nlumme chapter of PI Beta Phi In
Mionor of Jthe active chapter at the home
oi miss uaruor. rno uecornuons wore
in scnrlnt, hearts and festoon's of chrys
anthemums being used in great profu
sion. Ice was served in the dining
room under a hoop of scarlet hearts '
and chrysanthemums by Miss Lansing
and Miss Wnugh. Supper was served
after the dancing to the following
guests: Mr. and Mrs. Risser; Misses
Haskell, Lansing, Reynolds, Andrews,'
Montgomery, Henry, Haze wood, Mc-j
Phcoly. Burruss. Thomas, Woodward. I
Waugh, Robinson, Sodgwick, Marshall,'
Chap'.n, Morrell, Branch of Omaha.
Wright of Schuyler, Burruss of Geneva.
Dorrlngton and Custer of Falls City;
Mossrn. Rodgors, Rlcketts, Edmlston.
Sanders, Westerman, McK.ll.p, West,
Wells. Blackmnn. Sheldon, Brown,
Flshor, Everett, Adams, Brown, Kim
ball, Sml'h, Shllder, Mudgo. Hopewell,
St. Clair, Lovcland. Barber, Blshoff.
Morrison, Barber and Molr.
The annual junior prom otcurre 1
Fr'day ovonlng nt the Lincoln. Tho at-to-dance,
which was larger thin in
former years, shows the growing pop.:-'
larlty of the event. Scarlet aid cream
wore in evidence throughout the danc
irg and promenade halls, l'os were I
served In the ordinary. Every detail i
for tho affa'r had bean arranged by the
?cnimitteo with the gi cutest of care
thus adding to the enjoyment o? the
occasion. Mr. H. II. Roberts, chair
man of the commit ce, and Miss Jes
sica Morgan led tho grand march, fol
lowed by the committee. The following
were among the guests: Misses Lllen
Gore. Blanche Losch, Frances Gere,
Wlllard, Mulr, Garten, Richards. Win
ger, Robinson, Pemberton, Jackson,
Welsh. Sarbach, Holbrook, W.lson,
Paddock, Stownrt.'Agnew, Bates of St.
Louis, Hanna of Kansas City, Post,
Tukey, Jenkins. Loomis, Burrus. Salee,
Emmons, Daniels, Bbnnell, Whedon,
Branch of Omaha, Jessie Macfarland,
Henry, Margaret Honeywell, Custer,
Macomber, Brodt, Miller, Woods, Whit
ing, Love, Lummery, Thompson, Ham
mond, Galley, May Honeywell, Cun
ningham, Jane Macfarland, Woodford,
Hayes, Hoover, Hargreaves, Bennett,
Gertrude Macomber, McPheeley, Wil
kins, Wirt; Messrs. Kllllan, Rose. Rog
ers. Sawyer, Harvey, Pancoast, Culver,
Schwartz, Morrison, Anderson, Wil
liams, Barker, Rehlaender, Roeder,
Matson, King, Ricketts, Welch, Wing.
Houck, Garoutto. Lewis, Paine, Ho
man, Drain, A. L. Brown, Clark, Col
lott, Sedgwick, Butler, Korsmeyer, E.
II. Smith, Joyce, Fames, Sherman,
Sumner, Paul Hoagland of Omaha, Mc
Creory, Joe Brown, Paul Weeks, Otis
Weeks, Fitzgerald, Sheldon, Hansen,
Raymond, Robblns, Barnes and Mau
ley. The chaperones were: Messrs. and
Mesdamcs C. H. Morrill, William Mor
rison, F. M. Fling and E. H. Barbour,
and Mrs. Jenkins of Falrbury. Tho
committee In chargo of arrangements
was: II. II. Roberts, chairman; Misses
Cole, Wetzel, Andrews, Morgan:
Messrs. N. W. Morris, L. H. McKlllip,
R. A. Drnln, H. J. Klingo and Clinton
Carter. II, A. Tukey was master of
NEW MEMBERS' PROGRAM.
The following program will be gvien
by the new memberB of the Deilnn soci
ety at the meeting Frdlay evening:
Instrumental Solo lohn Jones
Books of the Hour Mildred Austino
Recitation Bortha McFall
Vocal Solo Bert Doano
Character Sketch W. 0. Reedy
ReadingA Pllgrlmage.-C. H. Hinman
Essay Ralph M. McCracken
What tho Socioly Has Bono for
Me Now Members
Mixed Quartet Selected
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