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About The courier. (Lincoln, Neb.) 1894-1903 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 15, 1900)
Holiday Stxggestioi.js J
What shall I buy? This is a question we hear so many ask these days. We can probably help you if you come
to us. Our stocks have been carefully selected and are heavily laden with articles that are useful and suitable for
gift-giving-. We offer a few. suggestions. Kid Gloves, Handkerchiefs, Pocket-Books, Neckwear, Umbrellas,
Mufflers, Suspenders, Blankets, Dress Patterns, Muffs, Collarettes, Sterling- Novelties, Silk Hose, Embroidered
Linens, Towels and many others. Open evenings until Christmas.
THOflPSON, BELDEN & CO., iettl K st""'
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Mr. and Mrs. Nelson, Mr. and Mrs.
Tyler and Mrs. Fountain of Indiana.
The active members of Pi Beta . Phi
entertained the alumni very plbBBantly
at the chayter house last Saturday eve
ning. The following members of Sigma Al
pha Epeilon enjoyed a theatre party at
the Oliver theatre last Saturday evening.
Messrs. Funke, DePutron, TownBend,
Cowgill, Mills, Davidson, Appelget, Fa
well and Roth.
Miss Laura Houtz entertained most
delightfully hmt Tuesday evening in
honor of Miss Barker of Portland, Ore
gon, and Miss Winifred Kelly. Hearts
was played during the evening, Miss
Outcalt and Mr. Morrison being the re
cipients of two pretty prizes. Thoso
invited were Misses Barker, Kelly, Rich
ards, Nance, Clara Hammond, Hays,
Emmone, Bradt, Maitland, Harley, Ed
mistbn, Stuart, Garten, Whedon,. Wat
kins, Cochran, RiBser, . Weeks, Gahan,
Margaret Whedon, Outcalt, Adeloyd
Whiting, Hooper, Odelle, and Hawley.
Messrs. Hays, Walsh, Kind, Ricketts,
AndetBon, Schick, Bartlett, Raymond,
Edmiston, Shidler, Abbott. Crooks, Mc
Cteery, Watkins, Wehn, Cowgill, Clapp,
Morrison. Korsmeyer, Kennard, Shedd,
Hallett, G. Shedd, Davidson, Morrill,
Dufrene and Hunger.
Last Tuesday afternoon and evening
Mrs. HannB Peter Lau entertained a
large number of her friends. Cards
were played and the time passed most
pleasantly. In the afternoon, prizes
were won by Mrs. Rector and Miss
Jaynes, and in the evening by Miss
Woods and Dr. White. The guests in
the afternoon were Mesdames Rector,
Morrison, Putnam, Fitzgerald, Welch,
TomBon, Scott, Lewis, Burnham, Burr,
Frank Woods, Green, Wright, Dorgan,
Thompson, John Dorgan, Tilton, Irvine,
Folsom, Underwood, SimpKins, Evans,
Brooks, Filson, Yunge, Ensign, Griffith,
Stevens, Aitken, Hargreaves and Nance.
Misses Burr and Saunders. The guests
for the evening were Misses Outcalt,
Hays, Clara Hammond, Whedon, Rich
ards, Putnam, Tukey, Louise Tukey,
Jaynes, Daniels, Hamilton, Matomber,
Edna Harley, Jackson, Cole, Hamilton,
Welch, Nance, Macomber. Garten, Mul
liken, Clark, Moore, Weeener, Honey
well, Hunt, Robinson, Brown; Messrs.
Hays, Tukey, Crandall, Joyce, McKillip
H. Shedd, Lau, -Fitzgerald, Seacrest,
Holmes, Whitman, Raymond, Lau, I.
Raymond, Baldwin, Abbott, Rehlaender,
Walsh, Clark, Stein, Sumner, White,
Ricketts, McCreery, Cuscaden, Farns
worth, Von Manafelde, Honeywell and
Mrs. Casebeer and Mrs. Witter gave a
large card party last Tuesday afternoon
in honor of Mrs. Fountain of South
Bend, Ind. The rooms were tastefully
decorated in roses, carnations and palms
The most successful in playing euchre
were Mrs. Kennard and Mrs. Thomas.
The guests were Meedamee Lambert
eon, Wolcott, Ewing, Harley, Hays,
Stoney, Weir, Sine, Turner, Scott, Mat
calf, Pound, Richards, Woods, Odell,
Keefer, Moore, Usher, Rlaser, Nance,
Candy, Thomas, Fields, Crancer, Ait
ken, Rswick, Holyoke, Dorgan, Winger,
Canfield, Fawell, Davis, Kennard, Tut
tie, Tomson. Kirker, Lindlay, Derrick,
Clbrk, Hoover, Spencer, Kelley, Hoover,
Mullen, Cowdery, Helwig Yates, Finch,
Wilson, Seacrest, Abbott. Ricketts, Fol
som, Hutchins; Misses Cowdery, Ait
ken and Kirker.
Tuesday evening Dr. and Mrs. Case
beer gave a card party for Mrs. Foun
tain. Mrs. Barbour, Mrs. Hamilton,
Mr. Hibner and Mr. Garoutte were the
most successful. Those invited were:
Messrs. and Mesdames Wilson, Turner,
Kudge, Baker, Van Brunt, Newbecker,
Nelson, Folsom, Bearhart, Kellogp, Bar
bour, Le Gore, Jones, Wilkinson, Risser,
Jewell, Kimball, Coffin, Hill, Hibner,
Clark, Green, Eames, Fling, Moore,
Woods, Holm, Teeters, Garoutte, Chap
in, Guenzel, Brown, Ilarpham, Blish,
Folsom and Stonebraker. Misses Tib
betts, Hutchinson and Hutchinson.
Miss Vera Norris of CreBton, Iowa,
guest of Miss Mabel Barrick vas very
pleasantly entertained at Miss BarricK'a
home last Tuesday afternoon. The
rooms were tastefully decorated in the
Q. A. T. colors, pink and red, and light
ed by Japanese lanterns. The refresh
ment table was festooned in smilax and
roses. Slippery Ann, a game of hearts
was played. Prizes were won by Mrs.
Graham, Mrs. Evans and Miss Dalby.
Miss Morris and McKay assisted Miss
Barrick in receiving the guests. Those
present were Mesdames Sutter, Hallett,
Graham, Arnett, Evans, Jarrett, Van
derpool, Chapman, Mosshart, Boney;
Misses Norris of Creston, la., Dalby,
Beach, Marie Beach, Vinnia Beach, Mc
Kay, Shute, Hess, Jo Don, Greeory,
Ewing, Lewis, Anthony, Erford, Mac
farland, Blitgen, Edelman and Arm
strong. The engagement of Miss Mary R.
Campbell of this city to Dr. David R.
Major of Columbia University has been
One of the prettiest receptions of the
season was given Thursday afternoon
from three to si: at the home of Mrs.
Rosa Funke in honor of Mrs. E. K Har
ris. Those who received were Mes
dames Funke, Mansfield, Harris, Howe
and Cowdery. The reception room was
in green and white. Graceful palms
and large white chrysanthemume were
in abundance. The walls were festoon
ed in smilax. The hall was alEO in green
and white, a large bank of palms con
cealing the orchestra. The drawing
room was in green and yellow. At a
table draped in evergreen and covered
with roses, Mrs. George Woods served
ice assisted by Mrs. Thomas. Mes
dames Carl Funke and Ladd served
coffee. Mrs. Ewing presented each one
of the guests with a large chrysanthe
mum as a souvenir. In the dining room,
made beautiful with American Beauties,
festoons of holly aDd emilaz, Mrs. Wat
son of Friend, Nebr., assisted by Mes
dames Dorgan, Stoney, Curtis and
Crancer, served refreshments. In the
R O Y 9 S "
OR CHRISTMAS GIFTS
Of Many Varieties.
FINE TOILET SET3,
FINE FOUNTAIN PENS,
Roy's Drug Store,
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I AT THE YELLOW FRONT i
You can purchase Xmas presents of all kinds for a k
very small sum? . g;
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g Our line of calendars contains some rare specimens
of art which will certainly please you. f
We can show you all the late works, also a most
o WU1UU1UI.V ilUb vri g&w .w&ihj.
I Grammes f All Kinds.
Bisque statuettes, Wedgewood Plaques, Wedgewcod
and Tipplette Vases. f
I PICTURES. PICTURES.
TTnnUPnitifpH Plnfinnoc TVTW1n1i;c &
Hand-Painted Platinoes, Medallions.
WlbSON & HAbb,
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