The courier. (Lincoln, Neb.) 1894-1903, October 06, 1900, Page 7, Image 7
THE COURIER F r beads and each waB led by a colored boy in white duck suits. Aldis and Neva Ilibuur drove a pony phaeton decorated in red and black poppies- The children were dressed in red and black and had a small black dog with a collar of red flowers between thoru. Miss Estella Douglas and Miss Dode BenninghotT were in sea green with black hats and drove amidst pink roses. The single seated road wagon had a harp shaped design of roses on the dash board, and deep pink scrolls on the wheels. A huge jeweled black butterfly extended its wings at the back of the seat. Smaller butterflies were scattered among the roses and rested on the parasol of pink petals lined with roses. The white horeo had a white harness and was garlanded in flowers. Messrs. James Lawlor and Zeb Martin on bay horses rode in attendance. Mrs. Arthur Betz and Miss Hathaway were in white and scarlet in a shell of chrysanthemums the ribs alternating in violet and white. It was drawn by a bay horse with white harness. The white parasol had violet decorations. Mrs. 0. F. Barras in white with yel low ribbons and Mies Eva Barras in yellow had a brilliant turnout covered with pumpkin blossoms in the natural orange and yellow shades. The single seated carriage had a square canopy top of the gay flowers and was drawn by a bay horse with orange colored harness and decorations. Mrs, O. E. llouck and Mrs. Clinton King, in black, with black hats and long plumes, road wagon, in violet chrysanthemums, blending from light to dark purple, drawn by a bay horse. Mrs. II. J. Winnett, Mrs. S. G. Dorr; Mrs. W. C. Phillips and Mrs. C. Noll of Pittsburg, Pa., in gorgeous two seated surrey covered with holly-hocks, shaded from white to deep ruby red. Tall stems of holly-hocks were at the back of the carriage. The handsome bay horses were decorated with red plumes. Two of the ladies were dressed in white and two in geranium red, with white parasols. Mrs. E. Lewis Baker and Miss Darleen Woodward, in white duck shirts and scarlet jackets, outriders. Miss Hoover and Miss Burr, in an ex quisite trap of shaded pink roses with small French mirrors inserted at the sides of the trap. Green vines encir cled the rosea on the hubs of the wheels, and the undergearing was twined with green. The rear seat was a bank of gorgeous deep pink roses. Broad pink satin ribbons served as decorative lines, but the garlanded horse was led by a footman. The young ladies wore white dresses with pink ribbons and sashes, and pink Gainsborough hats, with sweeping white plumes. They scattered confetti from a llower basket hung be fore them in the trap. A white silk parasol lined with pink roses shaded their heads. Little Lorana and Harold Mattice drove a goat cart of pink carnations, drawn by a large white Angora goat, adorned with pink harness and flowers. Both children were dressed in white, and the little girl carried a pnk para sol covered with carnations. Mrs. Maxey Cobb, accompanied by Mrs. D. B. Stewart, drove a pair of large dark bay horses in a single-seated car r age, decorated with chrysanthemums. An effect of elegance was given by the simplicity of design and the careful at tention to detail. Mrs. C. G. Mullen and Mrs. W. G. Morrison, in an English dog cart, deco rated in red and black. Masses of red poppies with black centers covered the cart and formed a Malteso cross on the wheels. The black horses had white harness, and were led by a footman in white livery. The ladies wore red and white and carried a red parasol, deco rated with black butterflies. Mrs. Julius Ottens and .Mrs. S. A. Hensley, in a beautiful carriage, deco rated in wbito chrysanthemums with yellow centers and white taffeta ribbon; in white and carried a large white para sol. Miss Ethelyn Bignell and Miss Agnes Casobeor had a brilliant orange and red pneumatic road wagon, decorated in Japanese design. The chrysanthmums were Bhaded from red through orange to white and pale green. The wheels re sembled big variegated stars. The white horse was harnessed in white. The young ladies wore Japanese kimonas of white, bordered with yellow and green, and green sashes. They carried a beau tiful yellow umbrella, lined with yellow, green and white flowers. Mrs. Richard O'Neill. Mrs. George Vanderpool and little baby Richard O'Neill, in white, rode in a carriage the shade of American Beauties. The undergepnng was covered with aspara gus fern. Miss Lillian Fitzgerald and little baby Ruth Fitzgerald, in an exquisite swan shaped carriage of white chrysanthe mums. The large white horse was led by two footmen in white livery. Miss Fitzgerald and the little girl were dressed in white, with pink hats, and pink ribbonB decorated the harness and carriage. Mrs. Lela Jones, Mrs. H. Bradden and baby Forest Bradden occupied a buggy trimmed in pink and white chrys anthemums. A big pink bell hung over their heads. The white horse was dec orated with pink flowers and ribbons. Mrs. C. E. Finch was accompanied by Mrs. F. Ai. Brighatn in a phaeton of white roses. The bay horse had white harness. Mrs. W. C. Smith and little Miss Dorothy Welch, both dressed in white, rode in a carriage of lavender and white chrysanthemums. The horse was deco rated with violet and while. Mrs. W. II. Hunter, turnout of red poppies drawn by a black horse. Miss Kate Pierce and Miss Lena Sherdeman were in a single-seated car riage of yellow poppies with black cen ters. They carried a yellow parasol. Three children, Mabel Johnson, Mar guerite L3sure and Lettie Mellen, had a trap in lavender and white chrysanthe mums. Miss Maude Howard and Miss Lola Fowers, both dressed in white, in the only blue carriage in the parade. Their flowers were chrysanthemums. Mrs. Glenn Odell, a single seated car riage decorated in red and white pop pies. Mrs. G. P. Masterman and little Lem ona Masterman, in a road wagon massed with roses of the unusual combination of yellow, pink and white. Miss Noble and Miss Peterson, a sin gle seated carriage done in red and white carnations. Mrs. M. II. Spere was dressed as an orange flower tiger lily and heT convey ance was covered with lilies of the tone of her gown. The black horses in yel low harnees. The flowers were exceed ing natural in appearance and were no ticeable from the brilliant coloring. Katherine Newbranch, aged three, ac companied by Lillian Hargreaves, aged six, drove in a donkey cart trimmed in lavender flowers. Both children were dressed in white. Bruce Johnson and George Hargreaves led the goat. Miss Nellie Wilkinson and Miss Lydia League, one dressed in white and the other in pale blue, had a lilac trimmed trap. The flowers were not massed, but bung in natural appearing clusters. The boy who led the horse wore red roses. 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Wilson, alone in a carriage riage of yellow and white chrysanthe mums. Mrs, H. M. Pronger and Mrs. Jen nings, in chrjsanthemums of orange color, shaded to pale yellow. Mrs. B. H. Miller, Mrs. H. Deyo, Miss Jude Deyo and Miss Marguerite Burke, in lavender and white chrysanthemums, drawn by two white horses. Misses Edna and Maude Harpham. a pretty carriage in ye'low and white chrysanthemums. Mra. Arthur Young, pink chrysanthe mums. She wore white. Miss Low rie and Miss Geneva Erie man, in an effective carriage of pink hollyhocks with black centers. The horse was decorated with pink. Mr. W. H. McShane was accompanied in a two-seated trap by Miss Steinmetz, Miss Gilmour and Miss Hallett. The decorations were yellow roses. The trap was drawn by two black horses. Mrs. Rigby, a phaeton of deep red poppies. The decorations on the horse were alBo red. The Matinee Musicale season of 1900 1901 opened auspiciously on Monday with a reception and musicale ten dered by the president, Mrs. E. Lewis Baker, to the club. The reception was given at Walsh hall, where all club meetings will be held this year. The ladies were received at the door and seated for the program by Mrs. A. R.