The Hesperian / (Lincoln, Neb.) 1885-1899, May 14, 1901, Page 6, Image 6

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44afHia's Drug Store, 14th and O Sts., Lincoln, Neb. The home of the famous "Newby Flip."
Xocal anfc personal.
Dr. Wcntc, Dentist.
Dr. Angle. Skin Diseases. 1215 O.
Dr. E. A. Carr, Surgeon, 141 So. 12.
For a neat shino go to Edward's.
Cor. Eleventh and N sts.
Charley Nesbot of Tekamah, Neb.,
has been visiting old friends at the
university the past week.
Miss Eola Auld returned from Iowa
last Wednesday, where she has been
visiting for the past month.
Clair Funke visited in Omaha the
early part of last week.
! Let us give you a tip. Drink the
latest Newby Flip, at Hanna's.
Miss Teressa Salle of Beatrice Is
visiting in Lincoln.
" Have Weber Bros, fix your spring
clothes. N. E. corner 11th and O sts.
Constance Sarbnch spent last week
In Lincoln and at tho university.
Extra drills for the competitive be
gan Monday morning at 7 o'clock.
Miss Auman is slowly recovering
from an attack ot-acarlet fever.
Frank Manchester has returned
from Omaha. Ho has been 111 for the
past week.
About fifty girls from tho gymnasi
um classes aro playing tennis this
Attend tho Special Sale of tho Ev-ans-Mulono
Co.; now located at tho
There aro now twenty-seven coun
ties and sixteen village schools accred
ited to the school of agriculture.
Homer Hatfield, Hal Miner, Judge
Davidson, and Pete Milans visited at
the Sigma Alpha house this week .
The operetta "Genevieve," in three
acts, was presented last night by the
girls of the Union society. It was
given under the direction of Mrs. Raymond.
FIvo head of pure blooded Aberdeen
Angus cattle were purchased for tho
farm at tho combination sale in Om
aha last week.
A vocal recital was given at the uni
versity auditorium last Thursday even
ing by Mrs. Carrie Smith Hart.
Tho Y. W. C .A. will have a general
secretary next year. If Miss Hender
son does not return another choice will
bo made.
Tho tennis association will hold a
tournament this week among its
members. The winner will bo award
ed a medal.
The Palladian society rendered a
German program Saturday night. The
entire program, including a play, was
In the language of tho "vaterland."
Tho best place In the city for satis
factory barber work is Westerfield's.
117 N. 13th St. Give him a trial and
you will bo a regular customer.
A sampling machine has recently
boon put into tho assay laboratory. It
consists of an Improved form of
crusher and grinder to tako tho place
of tho old ones.
Miss Bessy Butler of tho senior class
has been elected assistant principal of
tho Superior high school,
The regular Y. W. C. A. meeting
will bo hold in tho old chapel at the
usual hour on Wednesday. Mrs. H.
II. Wilson has been asked to give tho
Mr. Clements, the photographer, has.
presented the Historical Society with
groups of the photos of tho members
of the late House and Senate.
Ex-Chancollor Maclean, during tho
past few days, has notified the princi
pal that the Lincoln acadomy has been
put upon the list of Bchools accredited
to the Stato University of Iowa.
Mrs. Samuel Avery of Moscow,
Idaho, has been visiting in the city tho
past week. She expects to spend the
summer with her parents at Crete,
Dr. Ward delivered an lllustra ed
lecture on "Tho Life History of the
Malarial Parasite" before tho Nebras
ka Stato- Medical Society last Tiles-day.
IT. T. Clarko of Omaha, ono o'f the
pioneers of Nebraska, and an active
member of tho Historical Society, was
a caller at the society rooms last Friday.
Vocal selections were rendered In
chapel Monday by a quartot composed
of Miss Shute, Miss Reynolds, Mr. Ket
tering, and Mr. Martin. Mr. Ketter
ing also sang a solo.
Mr. C. A. Fisher has been con
ducting various tests on tho building
and paving brick of Nebraska and
neighboring states and has just fin
ished a paper upon tho subject.
Mr. G. C. Watson, who ha4 been do
ing major work in seoloeyfor his Mas
ter's degree,! has rocelvqd a fellowship
at Cornell university,
For Gradua'es Tho most completo
lines of books and other appropriate
graduating favors we've ever shown
aro here now. Book and Stationery
Dept., H. Hcrpolsheimer Co.
Tho girls' basket ball team goes to
Omaha next Friday to play the Y. W.
C. A. team there. Tho occasion Is a
gymnasium exhibition, and the game
will bo the main feature of tho program.
At a special meeting last week tho
athletic board made provisions for
providing tho truck team with now
suits. It Is hoped that In tho future
move men will take up this kind of
Tho election of student members of
tho athletic board, held last Wednes
day, resulted In tho choice of J. D.
Ringer, S. V. Cortclyou, D. E. Thomas,
Bert Doane, and J. P. Koehler. Tho
olection called out the largest number
of votes on record, 408 being cast.
This will add $117 to tho athletic
fund. Tho Interest taken by tho young
ladles was much greater than at any
previous election and accounts to a
great extent for tho largo vote.
Tho girls of the Dolian Literary so
ciety gavo a special program last Sat
urday evening. Tho numbers included
readings, vocal and Instrumental mu
sic, i story and tho entertainment was
closed with a pantomime.
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