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About The courier. (Lincoln, Neb.) 1894-1903 | View Entire Issue (April 1, 1899)
blue and gold. A diamond, folded in
the center, to form the "Delta" ef the
initial letters of the fraternity, with a
letter U in gold, formed tto covers of
the menu. Clinton Barr was toast
master and he called upon the mom
bore in turn to respond to informal
toasts. The evening was one of ex
treme enjoyment to all present. A sil
ver loving cup was one of the decora
tions and was passed from hand to hand
in good fellowship.
The Sunday World -Herald contained
the following item concerning the wed
ding of Mies Mae Bartlett, a cousin of
Miss Alice Righter of this city:
Monday afternoon tho wedding was
celebrated of Miss Mae In Vere Bart
lett, daughter o? Mr. and Mrs. E. M.
Bartlett, to Mr. Charles L. Dundy, the
Rev. T. S. Mackay ofliciating. The
interesting ceremony was - witnessed by
the immediate relatives aud a few in--T
timate frionds. A unique feature of
the event was that the bride was array
ed in her mother's wedding costume a
gown of handeome design, with Vcii and
orange blossoms. The bride is a gradu
ate of tho Omaha high school. She is
popular in society circles, and has been
very active in charitable work in the
Sunday schools. The groom is a
nephew of the late Judge Dundy. He
is a graduate of the high school at
Nauvoo, III., bnd of tte Ann Arbor law
school, cla?s of '01. He was the young
ob; man that ever graduated from that
law school, and the supreme courts of
Michigan and Illinois set aside the age
limit in his case in order to admit him
to practice. In addition to his other
accomplishments, he is quite a finished
musician, and is well versed in litera
' ture. Mr. and Mrs. Dundy will spend
their honeymoon on the Pacific coast,
intending to be absent about a month.
A successful card party was given on
Friday evening by Mr. and Mrs. W. H.
- Gerhart and Mr. and Mrs. I. G. Cbapin.
The score cards were cut in the shape
of diamonds; hearts, spades aid clubs.
In addition to the customary rules for
six handed euchre, the following ori
ginal ones were given'
Trumps Hobson's choice.
If you get euchred don't beet (em
balmed.) Signal to your partners on the
The Maine object is to win, but
don't blow up your partner if you
Luzon a hand.
It's a Cervera thing to trump your
A lone hand is a Terror, but play it if
In playing a Lone Hand don't expect
your partner to take any tricks.
Those invited were: Messrs. and
Mesdames Laws, Turner and Turner,
Billmeyer, FreBton, Jones, Clark, Arm
strong, Humphrey, Foster, Kennard,
DaviB anJ Davip. Crandall, Hutcbins,
Fawell, Aitken, Van Brunt, Robinette,
Campbell, Hardy, Garoutte, Everett,
Hayes, Rudgo, Seacrest and Gibbs;
MeadaraeB Pitcher, Thompson and
Cook of Chicago; Dr. and Mrs. Hill,
Dr. and Mrs. Wilkinson, Dr. and Mrs.
Casebeor; MisseB Tibbotts, Haye:?, La
Salle, Cbapin of Crete and Davies of
(Jtica; Messrs. Larimer, Kennard and
Chancellor and Mrs. MacLean gave
ou English tea Wednesday from 5 to G
o'clock in honor of Dr. and Mrs. John
Watson. The parlors and diuing room
were beautified with spring blossoms,
principally jonquils and resurrection
fillies. Those invited to meet these
distinguished gunets were the headB of
departments in the university and their
wiveB. Governor and Mrs. Poynter,
the regents of the univeraitj who ara in
'T the city and their wives, Major and Mrs.
Pound, Dr. and Mrs. Hindman, Dr. and
Mrs. Wharton, Rev, and Mrs, Manas,
Miss Allen sister of Mrs. Manas, Dr.
and Mrs. Rowlands, Dr. and Mrs. Greg,
ory, Dr. and Mrs. Marsh, Mr. and Mrs.
C. II. Gere, Dr. Lowry, Mrs. Will Owen
JoneB, Mrs. Taylor, sister-in law of Mrs.
MacLean, and Mrfl. BriggB, mother of
Mra. Taylor. Tea was poured by Mrs.
Mrs. Al Hood, aaBiated by Mrs. H. M.
Scott, gave tho first of a series of parties
Friday evening, March 2ith. The
rooms were beautifully decorated with
palms and potted plants. The evenirg
was Bpent in progressive cards and
other games. The royal prizes were
carried off by Mrfl. James Martin and
Mr. Eugene Harding. After a sumptu
ous menu of aix courses the guests de
parted, giving the hosteEB many thanks
for her hospitality. The invited guests
were: Messrs. and Mesdames Scott,
Reynolds. Towne. Carter, Hood, Blade,
Box, Safford, Martin, Parks, Hammond,
Morris, Welch, White, Harding; Misses
Kelly, Hindman, McPherson; Messrs.
Parks, Chevront, Koontz, Hoed and
Several notably pleasant events in the
social world occurred on Friday and Sat
urday of last week. On Friday evening
Miss Cochrane eutertained the alumni
and active chapters of Delta Gamma in
compliment to Mrs. A. L. Sherman, tho
new honorary member of that fraternity.
Those present were: Mesdamep Woods,
Lottridgeand Silver; Misses Harwood,
Mullen, Rice, Polk. Gregory, Deweese,
Wing and Wing, Righter, Welch, Lans
ing, Watkins, Tukey, Cole, Jaynes,
Johnson, Macomber and Macomber,
Bridge and Bridge, Mulliken, McMen
ery, Davis, Woods, Haecker, Lewis,
PrentiB, Webster, Miner and Fuller.
The many Lincoln friends of Dr. and
Mrs. Curtis will be glad toknow they
are in excellent health. Miss Bessie
Curtis who wbh not a very strong little
girl has developed a strong physique and
i a very beautiful young lady just
finishing the high school. The Doctor
has found that the Chicago climate is
beneficial to his health and Mrs. Curtis
Beems very well indeed. Mrs. John R.
Clark and Miss Clark, who are very
much missed by their Lincoln friends
are well and intend spending the sum
mer on the Atlantic coast.
The Tuesday club met one Tuesday
afternoon at the home of Mrs. W. E.
Morse. The time was devoted to the
making of aprons to be disposed of at a
sale late this spring. Light refresh
ments were served. Those present
were: Mesdames Marple, Burnstead,
Baldwin, Cooper, Bishop, Fletcher,
Flansburg, Garoutte, Laflin, Perkins,
Stevenson, Stout, Snyder, Longstreet,
Hutchins, Wilson and Wilson and Rip
ley of Hastings.
The following persons attended the
weekly dance given the patients at the
hospital for the insane on Tuesday
evenintr: Senator and Mrs. Morgan
Senator and. Mrs. Fowler, Representa
tive and Mra. Morrison, Representative
Peck, Mr. Taylor, Mr. and Mrs. White
of Sioux City, Mr. and Mrs. Haynie,
Mrs, Burnham and nieces, Miss Ruth
Bryan, Dr. Booth and Dr. Davis of
The Y.P. S. 0. E.of the First Pres
byterian church gave a shingle party
Tuesday evening at the home of Miss
Canie Reed, 1201 E street. A guessing
game written upon shingles contributed
to the pleasure of the company. Ices
were sorved by Mrs. W. M. Hindman.
Forty Ave younj people were present,
Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Waugh enter
tained La Veta whist club on Tuesday
evening. Chicago whist was played
and light refreshments were .served.
The players were Messrs. and Mes
dames Kirker, Bogga and Boggs, Weir,
Hallett, Davie, Lansing, Judge Field;
Misses Boggs and Caffyn.
ful hats have arrived since the
formal opening day and are now
displayed on our counters. We
won't attempt to describe them
but ask you to come and sec them.
This will do more than anything
we could say here to convince you
that more correct styles, more
dainty richness or more real
beauty in millinery are not to be
Violets upward from 3c a bunch; roses upward
rom 9c a bunch, lilacs upward from 19c a bunch,
foliage upward from 25c a bunch, ribbons and fancy
trimmings of all kinds, handsome line of children's
trimmed and uatrimmed hats.
All the dainty
shades that will be
r popular tnis spring are included in
all the grades of gloves we carry
l-'and we carry none but reliable
grades and makes. The glove we
offer for $1 this season is without
exception the best value we have
ever offered for that price. Then
for $1.25 we have a value that has
never brought less that $1.50. and
at $1.50 we show a line superior to
any $1.50 glove we have ever seen.
Mrs. Jane L. Creighton of Wabbing
ton, D. C, president general of the
White Cross society, and Mrs. Laura.
Schwichtenberg, hospital inspector, are
in the city, gupsts of Mrs. A. F. New
man, 1724 L street. They sail for Ma
nila on the eteamship Arizona, April
15th, from San Francisoo, The ladies
will be at home to callers at Mrs. New
man's on Thurdday, Friday and Satur
day afternoons and on Thursday and
On Wednesday, Lieutenant Halsey
Yates, Messrs. McCreery and Sherman
went to Omaha to attend a theatre
party given by Mr. Paul Hoagland, at
the performance of "The Meddler," by
Stuart Robson. The ladies of the party
were: Misses Cole, Jackson, Tukey and
Tukey, all well known in university
circles here. After the play, a luncheon
was given to the party by Dr. and Mrs,
Summers at the Omaha club.
Tuesday evening will long be remem
bered by the cleiks in Miller & Paine's
dress goods department, as one of the
pleasant resting places in their lives,
and for this thny are indebted to Mr.
and Mrs. Guy Hale, who entertained
them at a Bumptuous dinner on that
evening. Carnations and smilax were
used for table decoration. After dinner
music and recitations were enjoyed un
til a late hour.
Mr. and Mrs. F. G. Franklin gave a
picture party Saturday night at 013 H
street. About forty American history
students were present. Prof. Caldwell
gave a talk on "Reminiscences of Har
vard." Mrs. Caldwell and Miss Parker
assisted the hostess in receiving. Miss
Lillie Yont and Miss Jean Hamilton
served chocolate and frappe.
TheQ, A. T. club met on Monday
evening at the home of Miss Alta Wil
son. MIbb Marie Raphael was initiated
into full membership. A lovely lunch
eon was served by the hostesi. Those
present were: Misses Raphael, How
land, Watson, Shaffer, Loose, Anthony,
McGreer, Wilson, Erford and Erford.
Chancellor and Mrs. MacLean enter.
tained Dr. and .Mrs. John Watson and
Major and Mrs, Pond at dinner on Wed
nesday, evening. The Chancellor and
Dr. Watson are old friends and both
were delighted with the opportunity of
meeting on.e again.
Mrs. Thomas Marsland gave a one
o'clock luncheon on Wednesday for Mrs.
C. M. Sheldon of Holdredgs. The
table was decorated with scarlet and
cream carnations Mrs. Marsland's
guests were: Mesdames Sheldon, Per
kins, Yates, Welch, Scott, Brown and
Miss Cowdery entertained at cards on
Monday afternoon in honor of Mis
Collins, who is in Lincoln visiting her
sister of the state library. The players
were: Mesdames Coffroth, Ewing,
ThomaB and Howe; Misses Collins, Hol
lowbush, Griffith and Harrison.
The marriage of Miss Frances Rsctor
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Rector,
to Mr. Elmer O. Merrill, will be solem
nized Wednesday evening April 5th, at
the home of the bride's parents.
Mr. and Mrs. Joerger, 1931 R street,
entertained the Owl club pleasantly on
Friday evening, and the same evening
was chosen by Mr. aod Mrs. Al Hood
for a card party which was pronounced
a success by their gueBts.
Mrs. E. II. Barbour will entertain
Sorosls this afternoon at a chestnut
party. Each guest will tell a story.
The one telling the oldest chestnut will
receive a prize.
Mis3 Marguerite Winger will give a
large card party on Friday evening.
MiBBos Ellen and Frances Gere and
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