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About The courier. (Lincoln, Neb.) 1894-1903 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 19, 1895)
Mies Pearl McCordy, of Hot Springs,
S. D., is taking the musical course at
lhe following program was given
Friday evening at the Palmer house
under the auspices of the young ladies
of the Episcopal church.
Instrumental solo Mrs. Barr
Tableau Muse of Music
Tableau The Peacemaker
Tableau The Peacemaker
Vocal solo Mr. Carl Tucker
Tableau Five O'clock Tea
Instrumental solo MissWasmer
Charade In three tableaux
Voc&I solo Miss Saiter
Tableau The Story of a Sleeve
Charade In two tableaux
Voca 1 solo Mrs. Gawley
Tableau The New Man
Tableau Adorning the Bride
Music Arion Quartette
Miss Nellie Uarwood, a cousin of Mr.
N. S. Harwood, and Mr. E. J. Slater of
Omaha, were married at Mr. Harwood's
home on Thursday, Oct. 17th. After
the wedding, Mr. and Mrs. Slater left
for Omaha, where they will live. Mr.
Slater has lived in Lincoln for many
years and hasthe devoted friends that
a quiet, honest, intelligent man always
has. Mrs. Slater is just as well known
and just as much liked.
The Courier's correspondent in
Omaha sends the following:
Mr. and Mrs. Percy Ford bade fare
well to Omaha this week. They will
make their home in the future in the
Black Hill's country.
Mrs. Theodore Schwan entertained
informally at luncheon on Tuesday.
I hear that the wedding of Miss
Helen Smith and Mr. George Mercer
is to come off much earlier than was at
first expected, November the Sth having
been set as the day for the ceremony.
Mr. Mercer recently purchased a home
at Fortieth and Burt streets.
Judge Richmond, of Denver, was reg
istered at the Omaha club this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Carton returned
from a week's pleasure trip to Chicago
The Ladies' Six-Handed Euchre club
has been enlarged this year to twenty
four members, to meet each Thursday
afternoon. This week the club was en
tertained at the home of Mrs. E. M.
Miss Lindsey has taken Miss Bar
nard's place as society reporter on the
Mr. and Mrs. E. 0. Snyder and family
went east on Sunday.
Mrs. Milton T. Barlow returned last
week from Riverside, III., Where she had
been on a visit to her parents, Major and
Mrs. Mrs. McClintock.
Mr. Isaac Battin left for Philadelphia
The Omaha guards have issued invi
tations for a reception and dance to be
given on the second anniversary of their
joining the Nebraska National guards,
Mr. G.W.Sues left for Washington
Wednesday to be gone three or four
The Thurston Rifles gave a house
on Monday night. It was the first of a
series of dances to be given throughout
the winter and a good time was enjoyed
by all present.
Last evening at the Lincoln hotel, the
Lincoln club gave a reception to Chan
cellor and Mrs. MacLean. This new
social organization has reason to be
proud of its first effort at entertaining,
for the reception was a most elaborate
and brilliant event, perhaps the most
successful large affair ever given by
society in this city. It was a graceful
and altogether delightful tribute to
Chancellor and Mrs. MacLean, who
have in their short residence in Lincoln,
come to be regarded with especial
warmth and respect. The Lincoln club
was generous in its hospitality, making
it possible for a very large number of
people to meet the guests of the even
ing. The committee proposed making
the reception a notablo event, and they
succeeded to the last degree. The ap
pointments were on a scale of unusual
perfection and elegance. Such a wealth
of floral beauty was never before massed
together in this city, and the arrange
ments were generally excellent. The
guests were received in the large north
east parlor. In the line with Chancel
cellor and Mrs. MacLean were: Mr.
and Mrs. Morrili. Mr. and Mrs. Gere,
Mr. and Mrs. Phillips, Mr. and Mrs. R.
H. Oakley, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Greer,
Mr. and Mrs. Burnham. Hagenow's
concert orchestra discoursed sweet
music, and the people circulated through
the connecting parlors and corridors
over to the ordinary dining room where
young ladies dispensed punch. The
young ladies were: Misses L-itta, Bertie
Clark, Maud Oakley, Richards, Mariel
Gere, Marie Marshall, Mae Moore. The
dancing hall was not thrown open till
after 10. In addition to the members of
the club whose names appear below,
and their wives, there wore nearly two
hundred persons present, many of them
from out of town.
THE LINCOLN CLUB.
Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Phillips, Mr. and
Mrs. N. S. Harwood, Mr. and Mrs. C.
H. Gere, Mr. and Mrs. S. H. Bnrnbam,
Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Oakley, Mr. F. M.
Cook, Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Imhoff,
Dr. and Mrs. Ladd, Mr. and Mrs. J. A.
Buckstaff, Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Brown,
Mr. and Mrs. John B. Wright, Mr.
and Mrs. W. A. Green, Mr. and Mrs.
B. G. Dawes, Mr. Charles A. Hanna,
Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Jansen, Hon. and
Mrs. R. E. Moore, Mr. and Mrs. Carl
Funke, Mr. M. I. Aitken, Mr. and Mrs.
Walter J. Lamb, Mr. and Mrs. L. C.
Richards, Mr. and Mrs. I. M. Raymond,
Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Lippincott, Mr. and
Mrs. W. C. Wilson, Mr. and Mrs. W. B.
Wilson, Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Beeson,
Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Hall, Lieut, and
Mrs.R. H. Townley, Mr. W. Morton
Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Rodgers,
Mr. and Mrs. Mark H. Tilton, Hon. and
Mrs. C. H. Morrill, Mr. and Mrs. U. S.
Freeman, Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Kelley,
Hon. and Mrs. Albunis Nance, Mr. and
Mrs. Henry H. Wilson, Mr. and Mrs. D.
A. Campbell, Dr. H. B. Lowry, Prof,
and Mrs. F. M. Fling, Mr. and Mrs. N.
C. Abbott, Mr. D. G. Wing, Mr.and Mrs.
Chas. Burr, Prof. R. B. Owens, Mr. and
Mrs. John B. Cunningham, Mrs. Amelia
B. Clark, Mr. T. L. Lyon, Mr. and Mrs.
W. B. Hargreaves, Mr. and Mrs. J. S.
Teeters, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. J. Woods,
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Macfarland, Mr. and
Mrs. Otto A. Mohrenstecher, Mr. and
Mrs. J. H. Bigger, Mr. and Mrs. H. C.
Young, Mr. H. J. Walsh, Mr. Sam E.
Low, Mr. and Mrs. John T. Dorgan,
Hon. and Mrs. Eugene Moore, Mr. and
Mrs. W. M. Leonard, Dr. and Mrs.F. B.
Righter, Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Burr, Mr.
and Mrs. G. M. Lambertson, Chancel
lor G.E. MacLean. Capt. John F. Guil
foyle, Mr. A. R. Talbut.
Wednesday evening the home of Mr
and Mrs. W. H. Hoover was decorated
for the marriage of their daughter, Lillie
May, to Augustus F. Walsh. At eight
o'clock the guests present took their
seats and an expectant hush fell over
the gay company. Miss Marie Hoover
took her place at the piano and the
silence was broken by the exultant
sweetness of that bridal march by Men
delssohn that so many hearts have sung
and that has crowned two people's hap
piness so often that it seems almost a
part of the marriage service. Rev. John
Hewitt took his place among the palms
under the festoons of flowers and stood
Is full of choice styles and Good values. You
are given a special invitation to visit our cloak
:&XIX4XER Ste PAINB
Will accept engagements forhlgh grade
music for entertainments and dances.
Any number and variety of Instruments
furnished. Terms reasonable. Apply to
Orders may also be left
at Zehrung's drug store.
University Conservatory of Music
11th and R Streets.
awaiting the bridal couple. Miss Helen
Hoover, the bride's sister, entered and
came down the aisle alone. Miss Hoovor
was dressed in light blue silk. Mr.
Walsh entered attended by Mr. Chas. D.
Mullen. Miss Hoover came in on her
father's arm and met the groom boforo
the rector, who read tho simple, lofty
ring ser7ice of the Episcopal church.
Tho bride wore a white brocaded silk
taffeta with a heavy and elaborate garn
iture of pearls. Her veil was caught
back with natural flowers. At the close
of the service enthusiastic congratula
tions were showered upon the young
bride and groom and a congratulatory
telegram was received from their friends
Mr. and Mrs. Aitken. who had just been
married in Chicago. The tables were
'oaded with handsome presents. Re
freshments were served by MiBses Broa
dy, Steen Mullen and English, Miss
Henrietta Hawley served the punch.
Thursday afternoon Mr. and Mrs. Walsh
left for Chicago for a short wedding
trip, after which they will return to
Lincoln, where they have more friends
and warmer ones than it is often given
two young people to make.
First Publication October 19.
In the district court of Lancaster
Cornelius Marshal, et al..
To Cornelius Marshal and Martha J.
Marshal, his wife, defendants:
You and each of you will take notice
that on the Sth day of September, 1895,
Isaac Lang plaintiff herein tiled his pe
tition in tho district court of Lancaster
county, Nebraska, vs. said defendants
and others the object and prayer of
which are to foreclose a certain mort
gage executed by the defendants, Cor
nelius Marshall and Martha J.Marshall,
to the Clark and Leonard Investment
company upon lot nine (9) block nine (9)
Ridgway audition to the city of Lincoln,
said county and state which mortgage
was assigned to this plaintiff by said
Clarko & Leonard Investment company
upon the 11th day of September, 1890,
and which secures the payment of cer
tain promissory note or bond dated
Lincoln, Nebraska, August 16, 1890, for
the sum of $1,000, duo and payable on
the 1st day of September, 1895.
That there is now due upon said note
or bond and mortgage the sum of 31,000.
together with interest at the rate of 10
per crnt per annum from the 1st day of
November, 1894, ind the further sum of
2235 taxes paid by the plaintiff as pro
vided by the terms and conditions of
Paiitiff pnys for a decree that de
fendants be required to pay the same
or, that said premises be sold to satisfy
amount found due and that a receiver
be appointed to take charge of told
property and for general relief.
You are required to answer said peti
tion on or before the 18th day of No
Burr & Burr.
Attorney's for Plaintiff.
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