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The fete of Mi-Careme has been kept
this week in the variouB Latin countries
of the world. In Paris the queen and
the other queens of the BlancbiBeeuses
were chosen long ago and Monday they
paraded, a gay, motley crowd of wash
women, butchers and bakers. The art
students have held carnivals with mid
night luncheons. This custom has
floated over to America, especially to
New York. On Thursday of this week
Mr. Howard Constable gave the ghost
or phantom party in his studio in cele
bration of tbe Mi Careme festival. True,
we have had no fete of the Mi-Careme,
but nevertheless this week has had very
little alloy for a very great number of
people for thoee who are small in body
and small in years there has not been
any terrible gong at quarter to nine, not
any hurried breakfasts or luncheons,
but, instead, a heart-full of thanks to
the good Providence and the school
board for tbe interim. Hence the chil
dren have feasted and played during the
past allotted days. For thoee "grown
up," there has been music this week to
soothe the nerves, cards, dinners for
man's entertainment and the exercise of
woman's ability, banqueting for pleas
ure and wit, and a wedding to hallow
the day of St. Joseph, the beneficent.
At seven o'clock on Monday evening
Miss Nellie Marie Lau, daughter of Mrs.
Hans Peter Lau, was married to Mr.
George Alfred Spielmann of Chicago, at
the home of her mother. There is much
space and dignity and a generouB stair
case in Mrs. Lau's home. These feat
ures always add character to a house,
but especially did the stately surround
ings add impressiveness to the cere
mony on Monday evening. There were
so many palms and ferns that the entire
house seemed like a conservatory. In
the parlors there were deep red roses
and in the library rose carnations. At
the seven o'clock hour Meedames Giffen,
Lew Marshall, Emory Hardy, and the
Misses Whedon, Griggs, Whiting, Ellen
Gere, Frances Gere, Hargreaves, Out
calt, Clara Hammond, Richards, Houtz,
Ricketts, Lindley, Kirker and Colson
began to sing the glorious jubilant,
Lohengrin chorus. Just at the same
moment, too, came four young girls, the
Misses Funke, Jeesie Outcalt, Junge
and Giffen, in white organdy gowns
bewitchingly trimmed in lace, insertion
and pleating, and carrying white - rib
bons wound in smilaz. They waited for
the bride and groom at the drawing
room entrance. After them came a
small maiden, Sarah Outcalt, all in
white from tip to toe, and in her hand a
tall calla lily, in which rested the wed
ding ring. The bride and groom passed
on, preceded by the ring-bearer to a
bow window, quite hidden with palms
and Easter lilies, and followed by the
ribbon-bearers. The ceremony was per
formed by. the Rev. Eason of the
Episcopal church. The bride was a
lovely sight in a gown of white crepe de
Chine trimmed in beautiful lace and a
fluffy veil pinned with a pearl and dia
mond star, a gift from Mr. Spielmann.
After the service, a dinner was served
to the guests. Yellow ribbons were
stretched from the chandelier in the
dining room to the four corners of the'
table. In the center of the table, in a
cut glass bowl, was a glorious bunch of
yellow tulips. At this, the table of
honor, were Mrs, Lau, Mr. and Mrs.
Spielmann and Dr. Giffen. Miss 'Coch
rane was the fortunate one in the guest
of the bride's banquet. There were
handsome gifts with greetings of joy for
Mr. and Mrs. Spielmann, who left that
evening for Chicago. Mr. Spielmann is
an active business man in Chicago, be
ing connected with the Red Star line.
Those present besides the members of
Kappa Kappa Gamma sorority were
Messrs. and Meedames Lau, Junge,
Giffen, Outcalt, Lau, Wittmann, Hardy,
Marshall, Eisler, Anderron, Haggard,
Underwood; the Misses Heaton, Hasse,
Cochrane, Windmayer, Tichlofen, Mc
Laughlin, Heppner and Messrs. Joyce,
Hyde, Lau and Folsom.
On Saturday evening a number of
friends of Mrs. W. C. Wilson came in
most unexpectedly to her, in order to
celebrate and to cheer her birthday.
Cribbage and keno were played during
the evening. Mrs. W. B. Wilson served
an elaborate supper. Meedames Yates,
Tilton, Wright, Griffith, Thompson,
Buckstaff, Irvine, Ladd and Miss
Oakley presented Mrs. Wilson with a
beautiful silver candelabra as a souve
nir of the day.
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Barpham gave a
card party to a number of friends on
Tuesday evening. In the reception hall
and dining room there were graceful
vases of meteor roses and in the parlors
pink carnations were used as a decorat
ing flower . After- a" goodly number of
games of six-handed euchre had been
played, Mrs, Harpham served a two
couree luncheon. The invited guests
were Messrs. and Mesdames Seacrest,
W. F. Folsom, Blish, Traphagen, C. I.
Jones, Wilkinson, Rewick, Mart Aitken,
M. H. Everett, George Clarke, Lucore,
C. I. Chapin.C. F. Harpham, W. C.
Mills, GuBtiti, Van Brunt, O. W. Web
ster, Gerhart, Rudge, Mrs. Canfield,
Miss Weeks and Mr. Ralph Folsom.
On Friday evening, March lGth, Sec
retary of State Porter and Mrs. Porter
entertained a number of people at cro
kinole. The evening was full of amuse
ment and gayety. Those present were
Governor and Mrs. Poynter, Judge and
Mrs. Holcomb, Dr. and Mrs. Dearing,
Deputy Secretary and Mrs. Weeener,
Secretary and Mrs. Jewell, Messrs. and
Meedames Beck, Foster, Malin, Porter
and Gleason; Misses Rose Purcell, Kate
Porter, Josephine Poynter, Dr. Minerva
Nerebecker, Gertie O. Sullivan, Nellie '
Purcell; Messrs. L. E. Starrott, C. W.
Stewart and Clovis Porter.
On Monday afternoon the Matinee
Musicale invited their associated mem
bers and friends to a musical tea. Those
receiving were Mrs. A. S. Ravmnmi
president, Mrs. Sanderson and Miss
Haywood. The Matinee Musical has
been particularly happy thiB winter in
its ''open meetings," thus giving those
active in musical ways and means of the
club and those not a charming coming
together in a musical atmosphere. The
program was a delightful one. The
number by the quintette, "Allegro Bril
liante," was very enjoyable. Miss Eiche
being ill, Mr. Charles Hagenow kindly
took her .place. Mrs. Sanderson and
Miss Holmes sang very well together
"Light of Thy Beauty," from Julius
Cesere. Miss Oakley gave "Oh, for a
Bum of Song," by Allison-MUs Oakley
sang charmingly, the music being unu
sually.well adapted to her voice. Miss.
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