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About The courier. (Lincoln, Neb.) 1894-1903 | View Entire Issue (June 23, 1900)
Julian Sutter, tho Misses Anthony,
Clinton, Schaffer, Ilowland, Stearns,
Leese,' Edith Etford, Gregory, Mabel
Erford, Raphael and McFarland.
Isabel, Paul and Dolliver Armstrong
gave a trolley party on Friday evening.
At half after seven the trolley started
out on its merry journey to Ilavelock.
After the trip had been accomplished
the Masters and Maidens returned to
the Armstrong home. Games were
played and Mrs. Armstrong, assisted by
Mrs. E. V. Ransom, Mrs. George Van
derpool and Mies Armstrong served a
luncheon to the young people. Those
invited were the Misses Ethel Burkett,
Katherine Lee, Gratia Green, Neva
Hibner, Clara Webb, Myrtle Webb,
Dara Anderson, Ruth Holmes, Dorrance
Harwood, Fanchon Hooper, Margaret
Mansfield, Helen Laws, Vera Bignell,
Wilma Caeebeer, Edna Baker, Mary
Minor, Lillian Roman, Grace Bolshaw,
Florence Swake, Gladys Garroutte,
Louise Hoover, Lila Le Gore, Neilda
Schmidt, Ruth Huntsinger, Florence
Miller, and Zella Metcalf. Messrs. John
Burkett, Ira Lee, Barton Green, Aldus
Hibner, Harold Usher, La Valer
Thompson, Henry Mansfield. Vogle Get
tier, Eugene Bignell, Laurence Tiplmg,
Willard Mills, Joe Orcutt, Herbert Post,
Willie Upton, Robert Warren, Thomas
Ewing and Sheldon Doyle.
Lucile Johnson invited her young
friends on Wednesday for the early
evening, in honor of her ninth birth
day, and very pretty the small maidens
looked as tbey frolicked on the green.
A spelling match was one of the amuse
ments. Mies Mamie Duffy won a bou
quet and a bag of bon bona for her
proficiency as a speller. A number of
gifts were presented to Miss Lucile in
remembrance of her nine years. Mrs.
L.P. Davis assisted Mrs. Johnson in
entertaining the happy party and in
serving the luncheon, which was pread
upon the lawn. The invited guests
were: Blossom Wilson, Helen Macfar-
land, Helen Butler, Gratia Green, Glad
ys Lay, Jean Morrissy, Bessfe Holcomb,
Anna Bishop, Mamie Duffy, Annie
Duffy, Helen Keagy, Grace Benson and
At half after six o'clock on Wednes
day eveLing at the home of Doctor
and Mrs. Muir occurred the marriage of
their daughter Emma Anita to Mr.
Fred H. Abbott of St. Edwards, Ne
braska. Miss Muir was attended by
her sister, Miss Harriet Muir, who was
gowned in an organdy of delicate shade.
The bride's gown was white silk mull
made en train. The bride wore a veil
which was caught in a charming knot
by a diamond sunburst, the gift of the
groom. She carried bride roses. The
house was bright with roses of different
colors. During the ceremony the bridal
party stood before a bank of palms and
potted plants. In the dining room red
was the color theme. The. globes were
shaded with red, red tapers flickered
their royal glow and red roses were the
presiding flowers. Mr. and Mrs. Ab
bott left for Denver last evening. They
expect to spend the summer months in
Colorado and Wyoming. Mr. Abbott
has been engaged in school work in
Nebraska. Mrs. Abbott has grown up
in Lincoln and is well known for her
A surprise party was given on Wed
nesday evening at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Schlesinger by a number of friends
in honor of Mr. and Mrs. M. Weil who
leave Lincoln on Friday and sail on
June the twenty-seventh on the St.
Paul for Southampton. Games were
played and dancing was indulged in. A
handsome traveling bag with numerous
appointments was presented to Mr. and
and Mrs. Weil as a bon voyage gift. A
light luncheon brought refreshment
after the gay, exciting hourB of the eve
ning. Mr. Karl Weil, Master Julius
and Miss Babette Weil will go abroad
with Mr. and Mrs. Weil who have rent
ed an apartment in Paris for the sum
The Hawthorne Society has decided
to have an outing or party of some kind,
every two weeks during the summer
months. Miea Maude Williams and
Miss Nella Schlesinger entertained the
club on Thursday. The evening was
given to the moulding of a variety of
objecta out of gum. There was gay
frolic all during the evening. A very
pretty piece of china was the laurel of
the occasion. Among the guests were
the Misses Carrie Reed, Bernice White,
Elsie, Jennie and Helen Piper, Bernice
Bransom, Charlotte Spauiding, Mabel
Deputron, Dorothy Griggs, Jeanette
Thorpe, Marian Camp, Florence Fawell,
Leah Meyer, Jessie Moaner, Rachel
Nicholson, Eola Auld, Alice Auld, Hazel
Murray, EdnaSpeier, Alice Speier, Tres
sa Reagan and Louiee McWhinnie.
Ices and cakes were served.
Mr. D. G. Wing of Boston was in Lin
coln for a few hours on Saturday. Mr.
Wing has attained distinction among
Boston bankers by his self-reliance and
the remarkably clever insight into men
and affairs which characterized him
just as distinctly when he was an ob
scure bank clerk as now when his tal
ents have received adequate recognition.
Mrs. Deemer gave a charming morn
ing Friday. Under the trees were cush
ions, chairs, rugs and hammocks where
the guests could catch the kindly breeze
A button-hole for which ten minutes
were allowed, was the introduction to
the morning's apportionment. After
this a game, "The Abbreviations of
States'' was the source of much amuse
ment. 111. represented the most sickly
state and P. A. the father of states, and
there were others as clever as these that
have just been given. A luncheon of
several courses and delicate flavor
served on small tables, gay with
The active members of Kappa Kappa
Gamma gave a coaching party for their
young women friende to Ensign's farm
Wednesday afternoon. After an elabor
ate supper dancing was enjoyed in the
Mrs. L. C. Pace entertained on Mon
day afternoon in honor of Mrs. Milier of
Princeton, Indiana. Mrs. Mark Woods
gave great pleasure by the effective
rendering of several songs. Ice cream,
cake and coffee were served. The
guests were: Mesdames Miller, Polk,
Howell, Chambers, Billmeyer, Roberts,
McGrew, Guthrie, Gund, Charles W.
Pace of Quincy, Illinos, and Miss Rob
erts. Mrs. M D.Welch has returned after
the Milwaukee biennial, and visits in
Wisconsin and Illinois.
Mrs.L. J. Fowler left on Monday for
Trenton and Utica, Nevr York.
I MILLINER AND
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Clearing these now rather than in July, as is cus
tomary, lhus the bier saving- comes at a more sea
sonable time and assortments are more complete.
Children's trimmed hats, upward from 35ci
Women' trimmed bats, upward from 75c
Women's sailors, all colors, smooth or rough straw, as long as j
they last, each 19c and 25c
A lot of sailors in black or white split straw, ft.09 values, our
price, each 97c
Ladysmith straw hats, each 75c j
Felt hats upward from 97c
Silk waists, fo.no values, each $2.97 j
15 dozen new percale wrappers, 1.00 values 49c
10 dozen $1.25 percale wrappers, each 75c'
10 dozen $1.50 percale wrappers, each 85c ,
SILKS AND DRESS GOODS-SPECIAL.
Splendid quality Foulards in dark colored grounds, choice print
ings, worth 59c, on sale now, per yard , 30c
Best quality Corded wash silks in dainty colorings, worth 50c.
special now, per yard 39c
DRESS GOODS A line of small checks and broken plaids in
pretty spring color combinations, 40c values, special per yard-25c
Excellent quality all wool black storm serge, 46 inches wide, worth
65c, special price, per yard 49c '
DC I TC A choice line of Form Fitting leather belts in
DCL1 J black, brown and tan, splendid quality, 40c val
ues, each 25c
Superior quality black gros grain pulley belts, best values we've
ever offered, each 5 Oc
Women's knee length pants, 50c goods, at 33)c
Women's ribbed cotton knee panto, 35c goods, special 25c i
Women's sleeveless vests, trimmed with lace, 19c values, each... 12.
HOSIERY FOR SUMMER.
Women's black cotton hose, double heel and toe, 12Wc goods, our
Women' fancy striped cotton hose, 35c quality, a pair 24c i
Children black cotton hose, double knee, a pair I2c
Men'B black and tan cotton socks, seamless, double heel and toe.
3 pairs for 25c
We're sole Lincoln agents for But
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Our Grocery Dep't pays the high
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After a pleasant visit with Mrs. Mary
Harnesof Firth, Mrs. Minnie Cotter
and daughter, Mrs. Grace McCrokle,
returned to the city on Wednesday.
Eugene and Vera Bignell gave a
trolley party on Saturday evening.
There were invitations to about seventy
boys and girls and such a gay, happy,
frolicking time as there was. After a
ride to College View and University
Place there were ice cream, cake and
bon bons on the lawn, which was gayly
lighted for the occasion.
Miss Fannie Cole is the guest of Mrs.
Mies Welch is in Chicago.
Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Deutsch were
the guests of Doctor and Mrs- Mitchell
Mrs. James Irwin and her sons, Mr.
Burr Irwin and Master James Irwin,
are the guests of Mrs. Eliza Polk. It is
a great and not frequent pleasure for
the friends of Mrs. Erwin (born Polk)
when she consents to be a Lincoln guest.
MiBs Nelle Holdbrook left on Thurs
day for Beatrice where she will be the
guest of Miss Bradt. Later she will go
to her home Waco, Texas.
Miss Garcelon of Boston has returned
from Long Pine, Nebraska, and is the
guest of Mrs. Nathan S. Harwood.
Mrs. Eugene Rice and Master Eugene
Rice, the guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. F.
Schwind, lett on Tuesday-for their home
On Wednesday, Mrs. A. M. Phelps
left for Beatrice, where she will camp
and attend the Chautauqua for two
weeks. Mr. Phelps will go to Beatrice
Miss Agnes Moore and Mr. Albert
Church were married on Wednesday at
the home of the bride'B uncle, Mr. Fred
A. Stretton, at 2023 Q street. They
will reside at Palmyra, Nebraska, their
Mrs. Dick McClanahan and her
daughters, Miss Edna and Miss Jessie,
of Tecumseh, are the guests of Mrs. J.
The W. R. P. C. club met on Friday
afternoon, June the fifteenth, at the
home of Mrs. I. M. Hecker, 1820 G
street. Officers were elected for the
Miss Frances Cunningham gave a
luncheon at one o'clock on Friday, June
the fifteenth, in honor of Miss Winifred
Hill. Daylight was forbidden and the
red tapers of the candelabra filled the
room with a glow of color. Meteor
rosea presided with their accustomed
brilliancy of expression.
Judge Belcher of New London, Con-
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