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About The courier. (Lincoln, Neb.) 1894-1903 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 6, 1900)
Mitchell and Mrs. E. P. Brown. The
musical program was given by Mrs.
Clement B. Shaw of Omaha, Miss
Marie Hoover and Miss May Bell Hage
now, with Mra. P. V. M. Raymond as
accompanist. Mrs. Baker prefaced the
program with a brief talk, in which she
spoke hopefully of the club's outlook.
Already more than twenty-five new
associate members are enrolled also a
number of new student and chorus
members. These additions will bring
the club membership up to one hun
dred and eighty or more, the largest in
its history. Mr. Shaw was heard with
interest, as this was his first appear
ance before a Lincoln audience. He
has a baritone voice of great power
which he handles with apparent ease.
Many favorable comments were heard
with tegard to bis singing. Miss Hoov
er's marked ability as a pianist is so
well known it is scarcely necessary to
reiterate what has been many times
repeated but ehe was at her best Mon
day and played her two short num
bers with true artistic feeling. .Many
of those present heard Miss Hagenow
in solo Monday for the first time and
were gratified to know that a player of
great promise is added to the young
violiniets of this city. Miss Hagenow
pleased her listeners by responding to
an encore. The accompaniments were
played with Mrs. Raymond's accus
tomed skill and taste. The program:
Base Solo ''Ihe Curfew, Monk
Gould. Mr. Clement B. Shaw.
Piano (a) The Fauns, (b) Pierette,
Chaminade. Miss Marie Hoover.
Song of Hybrias. Elliott. Mr. Shaw.
Violin Souvenirs de Bade, Leonard.
Miss Mae Belle Hagenow.
Songs (a) The Ring, (b) Once Again,
(c) Bedouin Love Song, Hawley. Mr.
Mrs. P. V. M. Raymond, accompanist.
Alter the music the guests were pre
sented to Mrs. Baker and the perform
ers by Mrs. A. S. Raymond and Mrs.
J. W. Winger. Pink ices, snowballs
and sweet wafers were served in the
dining room by Mrs. D. M. Butler, as
sisted by Misses Cook. Childs, Hay
wood, Hoover and Givens. The table
decorations were also pink, the .central
light being a candle stick from an old
altar in Porto Rico. The next meeting
of the club will be held in two weeks,
when a program of wedding music will
be given by the first division, Mrs. A.
W. Janwn and Miss Annie Miller lead
Mrs. Harry Evans gave a children's
party on last Monday to celebrate the
sixth birthday of her sister Alice Brooke
The children had a glorious time with
games, chief of which was a cake walk
in which Katherine Atwocd and Har
riet Chapin won prizes. Light refresh
ments were served. As souvenirs the
little guests Becured Japanese boxes
rilled with confections from a grab bag
and just before going home they march
ed past a table where each was handed
a carnation. Miss Alice received many
pretty gifts from her friends. Those
present were: Misses Julia and Kath
erine Atwood, Leah Van Riper, Vanden
berg, Sarah Ladd, Gertrude Rehlaender,
Lillian, Harriet and Helen Chapin,
Agnee Ba'ttlett, Helen Rudd, Clara Bill,
Margaret Freeman, Emma Peterson,
Genevieve Weeaner, Helen Mitchell and
Helen Hirechberger. Masters Earl Wil
son, Howard Wilson, John and Charles
Wright, Russell Vandenburg. Howard
Freeman. Van Riper, Harley Brown and
On Saturday evening Miss Hazel
Benton gave a masquerade at the Lin
coln hotel in honor of her guest. Miss
Margaret Tuttof Los Angeles, Califor
nia. Mrs. T. H. Benton and Mrs. C. D.
Mullen were the chaperones, Thedin
in hall was used for dancing and the
ordinary for refreshment, ins
tumea worn by the dancers were beauti
ful and original. Miss Benton wore a
gypsy costume and Miss Tutt repre
sented a Spanish dancer. Those pres
ent were Misses Jeanette Palmer, Zelia
Cornell, Florence Parks, Ethel Bignell,
Agnes Casebeer, Wilma Casebeer, Mat
tie Woodworth, Annie Jones, Leah
Meyer, Cora Herrick, Ruth Raker, Edna
Baker, Eva Hibner, Mary Minor, Louise
Hoover, Helen Laws, Julia Deweese;
Messrs. Marie Rithburn, Jack McConitl.
Will Jacobs. Harry Melick. Reed Fa
well, M. M. Kerr, Ches;er Parks, Carl
Giffen, Earl Hubbard, Aldis Hibner,
Hayes Thompson, Harold Culbertson,
William Cunningham, Howard Dearing.
Married, at the East Lincoln Baptist
church on Tuesday at high noon, Miss
Lena Crawford to Mr. Walter C. Bou
ton of Tecumseb. Reverend L. M. Den
ton officiating. The bridal party en
tered the church to the rythm of
Mendelssohn's wedding march played
by Mrs H. O. Manning and stood
under a wedding bell of maiden hair
fern and delicate white ilowers for the
ceremony. Many palms and masses of
ferns beautified the church. The
bride's gown waB of white brocaded
silk and the bouquet of American
Beauties. The bridesmaid, Mies Mabel
Crawford, wore pink silk veiled with
pink organdie. Mr. Nye Hassett of
Tecumseh wee best man and the ushers
were: Mr. H. T. Brown and Mr. Zellen
Zediker. After the ceremony an elab
orate wedding dinner was served to
thirty relatives and out of town guests
at the home of the bride's parents, Mr.
and Mrs. W. D. Crawford. 2307 North
Twenty-third street. Mr. and Mrs.
Bouton received many beautiful pres
ents. They left on the evening train
for Kansas City and will be at home at
Tecumseh after October the fifteenth.
Out of town guests who attended the
wedding were: Mr. and Mrs. W. S.
Bouton, Mrs. Clotfelter, Mrs. and Mies
Rosencrane, Mr. Dew and Miss Dow all
of Tecumseh, and Mrs. Hedrick of
Cards have been issued by Mr.
and Mrs. W. R. Kelley of Omaha, an
nouncing the marriage of their daught
er Ura, to Mr. Raymond Welch of
Omaha. The wedding ceremony will
be soleminzed in Trinity Cathedral.
Officers of the Union Pacific have sent
a massive service of silver to the bride
whose father is the attorney for the
road. .Miss Kelly is a charming, un
spoiled young woman who has been
polished by much foreign travel and a
born capacity for culture.
The first meeting for the year of the
W. T. M. was held at the home cf Mrs.
Hall, 2808 Q street, on Friday afternoon,
September the twenty-eighth. Each
member responded to her name with
jokes, stories, instrumental music and
poetry. Among the most amusing
numbers of the afternoon was "The
First Lesson in School" by two ladies,
and the rendering of a Chinese song by
three ladies dressed in Chinese cos
tumes. The guests were: Messrs. and
Mesdames Evans, Hill, Gentzlor, Comp
ton, Lane, Gore. Weidner, Sherdeman,
Crow, Scott, Chase, Elmen, Hall, Hass,
Lasch and Burr. The meeting adjourn
ed to meet at the home of Mrs. Bartlett,
128 South Twenty-eighth street on
Thursday, October, the eleventh, mem
bers to be prepared with quotations
Miss Alice Hargreaves left last week
for a visit in the east. She expects to
be gone a month and will visit Miss
Barber. at St. Charles, Illinois, and will
also spend some time in Chicago.
Last week Miss Margaret Hargreaves
entertained a few friendsfor her sister
Alice, ptior to her departure for a visit
in the east Among those present were:
Misses Nit Hyde, Eva Allen, May Kel-
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The Delta Gamma sorority has
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Miss Edith Lewis, now an under
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Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Campbell are in
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Mrs. Gosper's is the place to buy
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Mrs. Jones, Miss Jones and Mrs.
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Mrs. C. A. Robbins are her guests.
Mrs. Poynter and Miss Irene Poynter
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Mrs. L. W. Garoutte gave an infor
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Died In Rochester, New York, on
October the second, Judge I. W. Lans
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day or two but his family were unaware
of his illness and were totally unpre-
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