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About The courier. (Lincoln, Neb.) 1894-1903 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 20, 1894)
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The Orphilian literary society of the Wesleyan University gave a
very enjoyable reception on Saturday evening in honor of the Or
philian juniors. The reception occurred in the Orophilian-Theo-phanian
hall and was attended by about seventy-live, the combined
forces of the two societies.
Prof, and Mrs. G. H. Colbert gavo a dinner party on Monday
Mrs. Joseph Bigger and sister, Miss Winifred Hill, have returned
from the east, where they spent the past two months.
Mrs. J. J. Cox and daughter Mabel returned from Harvard, Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. II. D. Hathaway and son Ralph spent Sunday with
Mrs. R. D. Muir.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank n. Selby of Beaver City are at the Lincoln.
Mrs. L. G. Rollins of 3132 R street is suffering from a complica
tion of hay fever and pneumonia.
Mrs. Frank Brown entertained a number of friends at luncheon
Mrs. Frank W. Little went to Sioux City last Wednesday.
Miss Nellie White has gono to Grand Island for a brief visit with
R. D. Richards has gono to Holden, Mo.
Miss May Boutan, of Columbus, is visiting Mrs. C. C. Wilson,
2720 P street.
The Matinee Musicale which began so auspiciously two weekB ago
held a second meeting on Wednesday afternoon. The time of meet
ing was changed from Wednesday to Monday afternoon and the
place will be the concert hall in the University Conservato.y of
Mnsic building. The program was delightfully rendered and had
for its motive Bach. It was as follows:
"Fugue" - Mrs. H. R, Nissley
"My Heart Ever Faithful" Miss Richardson
Prelude and Fugue C (sharp) Minor - Mrs. W. O. Jones
biographical Sketch - - Miss Miller
"Slumber, Beloved" - Mrs. A. S. Raymond
Many names were presented for membership and the increased
limitation will soon be reached. An adjournment was taken till
The First Congregational church has been showing signs of activ
ity in these fall days The congregations are large and the attend
ance at all services increased. The music is specially attractive and
the chorus, under Mrs. Raymond is proving a great success. Miss
Anderson is a drawing card as a soloist You will be made welcome
at any of the services.
Sorosis met on Monday afternoon at the home of Mrs. J. E. Mil
ler. The beautiful October day made a full attendance possible and
many invited friends shared in the pleasure of Mrs. Wheeler's paper
on "Motherhood." This subject, while of incaluable interest to the
human race is not one in which our girls are educated and the paper
was a 6trong sensible plea for an improvement along this line.
Many suggestions were made as to what may be the best training
of girls and the sad consequences of neglect of care and preparation.
Navy blue storm serges make a neat quiet, stylish dress see them
at Herpolsheimer & Co,s. sale, 50 cents for 35 cents and 42 inches
Children's high grado ribbed underwear exclusively handled by
Herpolsheimer & Co. Fit is perfect, style and shape correct
Much useful literature is written on the "Physical Culture of Child
ren" and their mental and moral education. While the responsibili
ties of woman's life are the greatest in the world, the rewards are
also great The discussion was general and interesting and much
good will come of more interest being awakened by those who have
the future of our nation in their keeping. Miss Richardson will re
late her experiences in the Yellowstone Park at the next meeting.
Monday evening the members of the local chapter of the Phi
Delta Theta, who occupy the fraternity rooms in the State block, in
troduced threo new members, Messrs. Shears, Mueller and Spoon
er. After the young men had been initiated in a novel manner they
were presented before the well laden board. The smoking room
was used for a dining room. A large table was stretched the entire
length of the room and on it was spread a most tempting feast. The
Phi rooms are very attractive; they are furnished with oak furniture
and the rugs and hangings are in terra cotta.
The members of the Cracker and Cheese club were entertained in
a delightful manner by Miss Latta on Wednesday. The presence of
a number of visiting young ladies added much to the afternoon's en
joynTent Those present were: Mesdames Davis of Sioux City,
Charles L. Burr, Fred C. Howe, Ode Rector; Misses Mame Carson,
Fay Marshall, Jcanetto Wilson, Rachael Brock, Mae Burr, Bennett
of Omaha, Price of Chicago, McMurtry of Indiana and Mary Dawes
of Marietta, Ohio.
George Wilson and L. B. Nicholas left Tuesday for New York,
where they will embark for Liverpool, England.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred C. Howe will soon leave for Worcester, Mass.,
where they will reside in the future.
Mrs. J. A. Marshall has returned from Denver where she has been
spending the summer.
E. J. Davenport of Valentine was in the city Wednesday.
Mrs. F. G. LaSclIe of Cortland is in the city, the guest of Mr. and
Mrs. C M. Keefer, 740 J street.
Mrs. C. M. Keefer will entertain a number of friends next Wednes
day in honor of her guest Mrs. F. G. LaSelle of Cortland.
Mr. and Mrs. M. D. Higgins returned to Davenport, la., Wednes
day after a visit with Mr. Higgins' sister, Mrs. Theresa Doolittle.
Miss Curtiss of Stougbton, Wis., who has been visiting her sister,
Mrs. Fred Hallett left for her home Monday.
Mrs. C. M. Woodward left Wednesday for Denver.
Miss Nan Lillibridge has returued to this city.
Mrs. Frank Little gave a charming "At Homo" on Tuesday. Her
guests were: Mesdames J. D. MacFarland, Alexander Wilson, John
Carson, Davis of Sioux Citj, C. C. Burr, R. H. Oakley, Will Wilson,
H. R. Nissley, Latta, Chas. Burr, L. C. Burr, Otto FunVe, Sutton,
F. C. Howe, Chas. Dawes, Ed Holmes, Beman Dawes, W. R. Dennis,
S. H. Burnham, Frank Ladd, D. E. Thompson, R. J. Greene, John
Hewitt, E. E. Brown, J. A. Lippincott, Ed Ewing. J. H. McMurtry,
R. O. Phillips, Putnam; Misses Saunders, Bailey, Dawes of Marietta,
Ohio, Latta, Wilson, Carson and Rose Carson.
R. Van'Bonin has gone to Pueblo, Colo.
Rev. A. M. Van Dryno left Thursday for Chicago.
Mrs. L. L. Jerome and John Jerome will spend the winter in San
Harry D. Howe, of Davenport, la., is a new resident of this city.
Ue is a brother of Mr. C. A. Howe, with Barr Parker.
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