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About The courier. (Lincoln, Neb.) 1894-1903 | View Entire Issue (April 13, 1895)
Brad Slaughter will make bis home in this city, having leased the
Lord Jones property.
. B. Sherman will represent Nebraska at the interstate contest
at Galesburg, Ills., May 2.
C. M. Jacques has been elected president of the Y. M. C. A..
Bucceding L. G. M. Baldwin.
tt1v wir ha hn characterized bv Ex-Senator A. S. Paddock, of Beatrice, stopped in Lincoln a few
an appropriate abstinence from social k" n M way east Sunday.
pleasures. Tomorrow the churches will
be thronged with fair ones who have Mrs. Otto A. Mohenstecher accompanied her father,
done penance, and the floral decora- P. Kespohl, to Quincy, 111., Tuesday.
tions will be almost cntirelyoutdone by
dazzling milliner' and radiant faces.
Some of the Easter services will be of an unusually elaborate char
acter. The dance to be given by the bachelors of the Patriarchs at
the Lincoln hotel will be ihe principal function of the coming week.
The young women's gymnasium association of the university will
give their annual exhibition April 19.
Miss Alice Righter has been appointed instructor in art and water
color painting, her work to begin in September.
Will Stull left Thursday for the east.
J. A. Hanna, of Superior, was in Lincoln Sunday.
The twenty-third quarterly concert by the students of the Nebr
aska Conservatory of Music was given Wednesday night.
A. B. Smith, of Omaha, was in town Wednesday.
Chancellor Casfield has accepted the presidency of the state
university of Ohio and will enter upon his new duties July 1.
Mrs. 0. E. Bradt left for Houston, Texas, Tuesday.
Charles L. Burr returned Thursday from St. Paul, Minn.
Thomas F. Hall, of this city, started a few days ago fur a trip
through California, intending to be gone two or three months.
Miss Elizabeth Weston, of Beatrice, was in town Tuesday.
Hon. G. M. Lambertson addressed the Political Economy club of
the state university Wednesday evening. His subject was
J. G. P. Hilderbrand returned Tuesday from Pawnee county.
The Delta Tau Delta chapter celebrated Hb birthday Sunday.
W. W. Hilderbrand is visiting his brother, J. G. P. Hilderbrand.
Ralph E. Johnson and A. Y. Weaver returned Sunday from Grand
Rapids. Mich., where they attended the national meeting of the
American Republican College league, as delegates from the Univer
sity of Nebraska.
H. T. Clarke, of Omaha, was in Lincoln the first part of the week.
A complimentary dancing party will be tendered to the Patriarchs
Friday evening, April 19, at the Lincoln hotel by the following
, A. A . . x. , gentlemen: Frank M. Cooke, D.G. Wing, R. B. Owens, Will Stull,
C. H. Morrill and J. H. Ager are on a hunting trip in the sand w MortoQ Smllha A Hanna? J j, Per8hlng and j. Wnito.
A party of fifty members of the Women's club department of
Miss Nellie Fenn, of Auburn, is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Fred A. domestic economy, visited Union college Tuesday afternoon for the
Miller purpose of examining the arrangements and the way of conducting
the culinary department of that institution, which is run on the
Frank C. Zehrung returned yesterday from a hurried trip to vegetarian plan.
The following program was given at the meeting Union society
Mrs. E. H. Eddy and Miss Cantield, her sister, left for Chicago of the state university last Friday night: Piano solo, Miss Helen
Tuesday. Langer; "Burning of the Olu Cornstalks," Olivia Pound; "Spring
Plowing, Katherine Melick; vocal solo, Anna Frey; story, Keen
TheY.P.S.C.heldabriefmeetingintheparlorsoftheY.M.C.A. Abbott: paper, J. N. Shreve; vocal duet, Miss Anderson and Mr.
77"! -n , . , . -. . There will be an interesting whiBt tournament in Omaha this
C. W. Kaley, who has been visiting in Red Cloud, returned home evening membenj of the Union dub of this and th(J
Tuesday. Omaha whist club. The following, among others, will be present
j . on. n from Lincoln: J. H. Harley, J. W. McDonald, George Day ton, M. I.
Mrs. G. M. Lambertson arrived in Lincoln from Southport,Conn., AitkeDt Q E MiegO0Dt c L Ha? wm Hammond, R. D. Miller,
last week. Fm H Towniey, N. C. Abbott. O. W. Webster, J. D. McFarland.
James Aitken read a paper on "Wall Street" at the last meetingof Saturday evening a number of young people gathered at tho resi-
the Unity club. dence of Miss Mae Burr for the purpose of organizing the Paint
and Powder company, to be devoted to theatricals, as the name
F. W. Collins lectured before the Johnson county teachers associa- implies. Robert M. Joyce was elected president. Miss Mame Carson
tion last evening. vice-president, and Mrs. Lew Marshall secretary and treasurer.
Nearly fifty members were enrolled. The company is now at work
A. S. Storrs, assistant superintendent of the C. B. & Q., was in on two plays to be given in the near future.
The quarterly meeting of the Y. W. C. A. was held this week.
Mr. Sieveking's fifth recital will be given in the chapel of the uni- Mrs. Gring reported as follows for the quarter: Calls made, 493;
versity this evening. lunches served, 3,391; total attendance at class, 238, at Bible class
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