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About The courier. (Lincoln, Neb.) 1894-1903 | View Entire Issue (June 9, 1900)
Mr. Clare Goddard of Omaha and Mr.
Nelson Taylor; MiEses Ruth and Gertie
Goddard. Mrs. Ambrose Eddy was
assisted byMUsesRuth and Gertie God
dard. Mr. and Mrs. Orville Eddy left
on the afternoon train for Minneapolis.
Mrs. Clinton R. Lee gave a luncheon
on Friday of pink and white design.
There were many and lovely bright
June roses on the table. Their breath
lingered and filled the room. The place
cards were done in black and white
llower studies with ilower verses. Each
guest, thus being representative in a
quaint, happy fashion of some partic
ular blossom. The menu of Qve cours
es was wonderfully attractive in its
pink and white coloring. The invited
guests were: Mrs. Everett, Miss Kel
ley, Miss Frances Marsland, Miss Hart
ley, Miss Weeks of Chicago, Miss Jessie
Lansing and Miss Jones.
On Friday, Miss Whedon gave a
morning of roses for Miss Ricketts.
The large, spacious rooms were lovely
with the glories of June. A rose game
was the artistic occupation of the morn
ing hour. Refreshing iceB and cakes
were served. Those present were: Mes
dames Giflen, Hardy, Harley and Lew
Mat shall. The Misses Blanche Edmis
ton, Ellen Gere, Francis Gere, Lindly,
Harley, Richards, Hargreaves, Outcalt,
Hammond, Clara Hammond, Maude
Hammond, Broady, Grace Broady,
Hayes, Griggs, Whiting, Adelloyd Whit
ing. Holbrook, Winger, Jenkins, Houtz,
Fluin, Sa Lee, Risser, Gahan and Mar
Misses Frances and Ellen Gere en
tertained the class of '98 of the Uni
versity of Nebiaska on Tuesday evening.
The veranda and the greeu were gay
with lanterns and comfortable with set
tees and cushions. The Ideal Mandolin
orchestra added music to the fairy like
impression of the evening. Misses Rich
ards Whedon, Margaret Wheeon and
Messrs. Saxton, Harley. and Sheldon
The class of '99 met with Miss Bertha
Quaintauce on Tuesday afternoon.
There was a short business meeting,
then music, and letters from distant
members. Those present were the
Misses Fox, Cleveland, Cooke, Pentzer,
Newbranch, Chapel, Brownell, Brown,
Hazel, Stanton, McMillan, Post, Melick,
Smith and Mrs. Reed. Messrs. Lan
Bing, Wilson, Landis, Lowry, McGee,
Tucker, Kring, Warner and Boose.
Miss Carolyn Melick gave a luncheon
od Tuesday to announce her marriage
to Mr. Carleton H. Kelley of Belle
Plaine, Iowa. The dining room was
typical of June herself, with bowls of
moss and sweet brier roses. Three
courses were prettily served. Those
invited were the Misses Wirt, Hepner,
Brownell. Clark, Hagenow, Cleveland,
Tourtelot. Charlotte and Maude Hul
horst. First Church of Christ (Scientist),
Fourteenth and K streets. Arthur C.
Ziemer. C. S. First Reader. Sunday
morning services at 1030; subject, "Sac
rament." The sermon consists of the
reading of selections from the Bible and
the Chi istiau Science text book, "Science
and Health, With Key to the Scrip
tureR." Wednesday evening meeting at
eight. The public is cordially invited.
Mr. H. C. Eddy has gone to Grand
Rapid3 for a short visit with Dr. Eddy,
formerly of Lincoln.
Miss Caroline Melick will be married
on June the fourteenth, in the Epis
copal church, to Mr. Carleton H. Kelley,
of Belle Plaine, Iowa.
Mr. Charley W. Underhill and Mr.
Frank Underhill, spent Thursday in
Among the University festivities of
the week were the Phi Beta Kappa
lunoheon Wednesday noon and the
alumni banquet on Wednesday evening,
after the address of Doctor Pound.
Mrs. Arthur Ray Edmiston and Mrs.
Emory C. Hardy entertain this morn
ing at the home of the latter.
Miss Zella Martin will soon leave Lin
coln for a few weeks' visit with relatives
in Columbus, Nebraska.
Misses Alice and Josephine Cole of
Beatrice, are visiting Miss Anne Rivett
at 820 C street
Miss Cora Parker's address is 939
Eighth Avenue, New York. She is paint
ing pictures and selling more than a
stranger's share.Mrs.CanQeld will return
from Europe in July with Miss Gere.
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Frank M. Cook
of Spokane, Washington, a Bon, on May
Miss Gregory left on Thursday for
South Dakota, where she will engage
in kindergarten work during a part of
the summer months.
Profeaeor and Mrs. W. Langworthy
Taylor entertained on Wednesday eve
ning in honor of Doctor Judson of
An enthusiastic tournament was held
on the golf grounds yesterday.
jars, unaries a. h essey gave a
pleasant luncheon on Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Winger have
moved to IG05 K street.
Les Bohemiennes and their husbands
dined Wednesday evening on the Buck
Miss Olivia Pound is at home after
her year's work in the Fairbury High
Miss Elfleda Haecker left on Thurs
day for St. Paul, Minnesota.
Miss Tukey, Miss Fannie Cole, Miss
Gertrude and Miss Maude Macomber,
returned to Omaha on Monday.
Miss Hutcbina is the guest of Mrs.
Mrs. A. S. Raymond and MUs
thy, left on Tuesday for several
weeks at Excelsior Springs, Missouri.
Miss Bridge left for her home in
mont, on Thursday afternoon.
Miss Weeks is home after a very
py winter in Boston.
The Round Table met with Mr.
Ham J. Bryan on Monday evening.
Mrs. Albinus Nance and Miss Nance
will give a reception on Thursday morn
ing, June the twenty first.
CHERRIES-Early Richmonds. best
for canning. Delivery beginB Monday,
11th; lasts only one week. Mail orders
to Hattley Orchard, Lincoln; $225 a
bushel, SI. 25 half bushel, delivered.
Picking began yesterday, lasts but a
week. First come first served.
Garden Hose and Lawn Sprinklers,
the best in the city, at Korsmeyer's.
Miss Agnes E. Persson,1618 L street,
graduate and post graduate of Emerson
College ot Oratory, Boston, will give
private and class instruction jn physical
culture, voice cultuie (speaking voice)
and oratory. Also cures impediment in
ClasB work, Ph. culture, 20 lessons. $5 00.
Class work, oratory, 0 lessons, $10.00.
Private work, Ph. culture, per lesson, $1
Private work, oratory, per lesson, 11.50.
Further particulars given on request.
Telephone No. 786.
Union Fuel Company, 1014 O, phono
355, coal, coke, and wood.
Get a cheap Electric Fan at Kors
meyer's, and keep cool.
Hair Dressing, Shampooing, Scalp
Treatment, Manicuring, and Switch
Work. Anna Rivett and Agnes Rawling
143 South 12th street.
Died On Wednesday morning, June
Cth, 1900, at her home, on the corner of
Sixteenth and K streets, Mrs. Rebecca
C. Erskine, after a sickness of five
months. The funeral services will Le
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possessions Cuba and Alaska. We
have for our possessions lands of
various climates. We have for our
foreign possessions the U S. Hag
which proudly floats over the seas
of the angry deep. We have for
our foreign possessions that hope
which is causing us to strive to
become as better again as we now
are, and we are continually
spreading out over the wide world.
We have for our foreign posses
sions men of war, Dewey and
ON OUR SOUTHERN HEROES.
"General Lee was a man, he was a
hero, he wsb grim, he was watchful. He
was one of the best generals the south
ever had. Joe Wheeler, did I say Joe,
I should have said General Joe Wheeler,
the Brave little fellow, and I can say and
am proud to say that I have worked for
his intrust in the 7 No. of Alabama and
I am proud that I can say that He,
Joe climbed the tree that stood on Cu
bian soil, and I am proud that he is a
Alabamian. But remember Hobson who
Flip between between the walls of Cu
bian prison, and have one sentiment for
all the General of the South, both liviug
and dead, that is cheers for the living
and tears for the Dead."
These suggestions we recommend to
your thoughtful consideration, and
would urge you as clubs and as individ
uals to further in every way possible
for a woman the election of such repre
sentatives to the next legislature aa will
best promote our educational interests.
Mrs. W. F. Johnston,
Chairman pro tern.
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