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About The courier. (Lincoln, Neb.) 1894-1903 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 2, 1895)
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An interesting ami important event
to which society has been looking for
ward to with much interert was the
Woods Brock wedding which was solem
nized Wednesday evening at the St.
Paul M. E. church. Rev. Lnsby officia
ting. It was without doubt one of the
one of the psettiest weddings that hevo ta'cen place for a long time.
The wedding of Otto A. Morcnsteehcr and Miss Kespohl whilo not
entirely unexpected was quite a curpriso to many. The Ravola
club dance is the onlv event for next week.
Miss Gertrude Marquette and Miss Nan Lillibridge left Monday
for a short visit in Chicago.
The Philharmonic orchestra will give a concert at the Funko
opera house early in March.
Mr. and Mrs. J. R Lansing spent Sunday with Miss Bessie Lan
sing at Bromwell Hall. Omaha.
Ex-Lieutenant Governor Majors was in the city during the week.
Loui" Klopsch, who came to this city at tho instance of the
Christian Herald has returned to New York.
Church Howe is confined to his room with a threatened attack of
Ed. Roggcn, of Omaha, is in tho city.
The Mendelssohn society gave a social Monday evening at the
conservatory, attended by a goodly number.
A musical matinee was given at Curtice hall yesterday afternoon.
Boccherini and Clemcnti were the composers considered. Follow
ing is the program rendered: Biography by Miss Miller, a minuet by
Miss Crooks, a piano duet by Mrs. A. W. Jauscn and Mrs. Will
Owen Jones, a sonata by Mrs. S. D. Cox and Mrs. E. II. Curtis.
Miss Mae Hassett, who has been the guest of Mrs. Reed at C and
Thirteenth streets for some time, has returned to her home in Te-cumsch.
Miss Jessie Dillon, of Tecumseh.is visiting with friends in the city.
Mr. Clifford Westcott is spending a short vacation at his home in
Mrs. James II. Canfield, who has been indisposed for some time, is
Mr. E. Martin Mayer celebrates hia twentieth birthday anniver
Mr. Francis A. Lyman and Mr. W. C. Ileeter of Omaha were the
guests of Mr. E. Martin Mayer and Mr. William Reed Dunroy tho
first of the week.
To grow old gracefully, one must live temperately, camly, method
ically; be interested in all that is going on in the world; be cheerful,
happy, and contented, and above all, keep the blood pure and vigor
ous by the use of Ayer's Sarsaparilia. Be sure you get Ayer's.
William Reed Dunroy was in Omaha the first of tho week.
Tho Women's club held an interesting and instructive session on
last Monday afternoon in the hall of the Nebraska conservatory of
music. Tho hall was packed at an early hour to listen to the fine
program which was under the auspices of tho department of
domestic economy. Mrs. F. D. Crim was tho leader. Tho first
thing on tho program was a violin solo by Mips Bertha Davis.
She played 1st concerto by Do Berior and scored a remarkable suc
cess. A paper on "Mothers Duties," by Mrs. Sarah C. Weeks was
next read. It was written in an entertaining style and was well
presented. Miss Boughton of tho state university next presented a
paper on tho chemistry of cooking that was well received. Sho
illustrated her paper by making experiments beforo the ladies.
"Tho Servant Girl Question" was handled in a masterly way by
Mrs. Mary B. Gibson.
Tho department of study of current topics meets at tho commer
cial club rooms every Saturday afternoon at ' o'clock and is under
the direction of Mrs. A. J. Sawyer. Theso meetings aro well attend
ed and are proving very interesting.
The department of physical culture, under tho direction of Miss
Barr of the stato university, will begin its work in tho near future.
Fred Woodward spent a largo part or tho week in Dawson county
The members of tho Lincoln Light Infantry aro very busy theso
evenings rehearsing for their annual minstrel performance.
F. W. Brown left today for a short visit in Kansas City.
Miss Rinehart of Lafayette. Intl., is visiting in the city.
Bert Betts is on tho sick list.
Tom Cook is in Neligh.
The concert at the V. M. C. A. hall on Wednesday evoning was
Major Edmond G. Fechet of the sixth cavalry has been ordered
to report to Gov. Ilolcomb.
Mr. Sheibly of the Harrison Telephone Company is in tho city
solicitinf subscrjbers. As soon as 500 contiacts aro secured the
work of putting in the wires will commence.
Stajc of Nebraska camp. Modern Woodmen of America No. 2200,
gave a ball in the Halter block Tuesday eveding in which about
seventy-live couples paaticipated. A program of eighteen numbers
was danced, tho reception committe being A. O. Faulkner, L. M.
Latrerty, Frank S. Ramey, C. II. Spangler, W. P. Bain. Guy O. Hale.
Rov L. Stewart and W. L. Pickett.
The reception tendered A. W. Shaw and wife at Grace church
Tuesday evening was largely attended by old friends and members
of the Sunday school and Epworth League. A handsome silver
fruit stand was presented to Mr. and Mrs. Shaw as a slight token
of the regard in which they have been held here, and warmest
wishes for their suacess in their Texas home were expressed on all
Miss Clara Anderson, the well known soprano singer, has been
engaged by the Baptist church to take charge of their singing.
Mrs.Prof. Wilson of the state university has been called to Ohio
to attend the funeral of her mother.
Judge Frank Martin, of Falls City is at the Windsor.
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