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About The courier. (Lincoln, Neb.) 1894-1903 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 12, 1901)
gen. Miss Haywood and Miss Annie L.
X Mnler. Following the reception the
members of the board remained Tor fur
ther conference, and refreshments wero
The marriage of Miss Cora Cropsey
to Mr. Benjamin McLucaa was cele
brated on Wednesday evening, at the
home of the bride's parents in Fairbury.
The ceremony was performed by Elder
II. T. Davie of Lincoln, who also per
formed the marriage ceremony for Mr.
and Mrs. Cropeey. Miss Charlotte
Whedon played the Mendelssohn wed.
ding march and the march fron Lohen
grin, and during the service she sang
"Stay Thou Yet Awhile, Oh Lovely
Night," by Jensen. The bridesmaid
was Miss Kate Gallathy, while Mr.
Cherry served as groomsman. Misses
Margaret Whedon, Blanche Hargreavbs,
Grace Aehton, Mariel, Ellen and Fran
ces Gere of Lincoln, and Misses Pern
berton and McLucas stretched pink and
white ribbons to form an aisle through
which the bridal party passed on their
way to a canopy of southern emilax,
under which the ceremony was per
formed. WreathB of emilax, white
roees and bows of white awiss formed
the drawing room decorations; the oth
er rooms were elaborately decorated in
pink and green. The bride's gown was
of white silk mull over taffeta, trimmed
with beautiful lace and insertion.
Punch was served by Miss Aehton, and
refreshments were served in the dining
room by Misses Gere, Whedon and
Hargreaves. Other Lincoln guests were
Mrs. A. J. Caldwell, grandmother of
the bride, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Buckstaff,
Mrs. Aehton, and Mr. and Mrs. C. C.
Caldwell. After an eastern journey Mr.
and Mrs. McLucas will return to Fair
bury, where they will reside.
The opening meeting of the Hound
Table for the year was held at the Lin
coln Monday evening. As arranged at
the last meeting of the club held in
t May, to this meeting each member was
asked to bring a lady, and there was
unusual gaiety and added brightness at
the initial session of the club for the
rear, in consequence. A six course
dinner was served in the ordinary at
seven o'clock, after which the party
adjourned to the parlors where the pa
per and discussions were heard. Doctor
H. B. Lowry was the leader for the
evening, and his topic was "Society, an
organizer rather than an organization."
Those present were: Doctor and Mrs.
F. S. Stein, Messrs. and Meedames A.
J. Sawyer, G. M. Lambertson, John B.
Wright, H. M. Bushnell, J. E. Miller. C
0. Whedon, R. E. Moore, H. H. Wilson,
A. W. Field, F. W. Hill, E. E. Brown,
Lewis Gregory, Henry E. Lewis, E. T.
Hartley, Mrs. C. L. Hall, Mrs. Thomp
son, Mies Tibbetts, Mies Miller, Messrs.
C.H.Gere, F.M.Hall, A.J. Corniph
and Dr. Wharton.
Mrs. Angie F. Newman, one of the
best known women of Nebraska, is now
one of the editors of "The Weltmer
Magazine." Mrs. Newman is very well
known for her work among the Mor
mons. The bill which made plural
wires a federal crime was written and
passed largely through her influence.
She has also been very much interested
in prisons and instituted flower-day at
the penitentiary and city prisons. Sym
pathy and care for the unfortunate is a
life-long habit. She has a large and
flexible vocabulary erected on a back
ground of sympathy. Having been an
invalid herself and having been con
vinced that a magnetic doctor has
helped her she is extremely anxious
that other invalids be made to believe
themselves better. For pure philan
thropy she has placed her services at
the command of the magnetic healer.
Her friends in Lincoln and the number
include everyone who knows her, wish
her well and success, but most of them
have had experience either literary or
personal with "magnetic healers,' and
the experience doe9 not encourage a
belief that the man deserves confidence,
ehough of Mrs. Newman's sincerity
and absolute faith, for the time being
there is not the shadow of a doubt.
Mr. Germain Towl has been visiting
Lincoln friends for a few days. He has
been at work on the Denver Republican
for the last yeai. Mr. Towl's work has
distinction: style and great simplicity
and strength. The Colorado altitude is
too high ard dry and he is at present
looking about him, not that he has not
definite plans for the future. Mr. Towl
bas been a reporter on The News and on
the World Herald. About his work
there is none of the reportorial sloven
liness that characterizes the work of
the young man who goes on a paper,
not because he likes the work especially
or has any knowledge of English tech
nique, but because he likes to sit on
platforms in a conspicuous place and
look as if he had opinions of what is
going on, and was an important part of
it. Mr. Towl returned to Omaha on
Ex 'Senator John M. Thurston is in
Omaha this week arranging to move his
household effects to Washington where
he will engage in the practice of his
profession. He says that he will make
bis home in that city for six months.
It would not be surprising to his old
friends here to find that the proposed
six months lengthens out indefinitely.
This is to be regretted. For more than
thirty years Mr. Thurston has been a
citizen of Omaha. Hero he laid the
foundations of his subsequent success
at the bar and in politics and here he
will always be held in affectionate re
gard by the best people of this city and
they will follow him in his future career
with interest and earnest desire for
abundant success. Omaha Mercury.
Lincoln club women received their
full share of honors at the state feder
ation. The newly elected officers are
Mrs. Draper Smith, Omaha, president;
Mrs. Winnie Durland, Norfolk, vice
president; Miss Nanette McCarn, Fre
mont, recording secretary; Mrs. Ella W.
Lobingier, Omaha, corresponding secre
tary; Mrs. George Cross, Fairbury, treas
urer; Mrs. H. M. Bushnell Lincoln,
auditor; Mrs. Belle M. Stoutenborough,
Plattsmouth, librarian. The delegates
who were elected to attend the biennial
which meets in Los Angeles next May
are Mrs. Bushnell, Mrs. Stoutenborough,
Mrs. Draper Smith, Mrs. Durland, Mrs.
Langworthy of Seward, MrB. Pile of
Wayne and Mrs. Mathewson of Wake
field. Invitations have been issued by Mr
George Wing to the marriage of his
daughter, Miss Elizabeth Russell Wing,
to Doctor DeWitt Bristol Brace, the
ceremony to be performed on October
sixteenth, at twelve o'clock, at 62 Lenox
street, West Newton, Massachusetts.
Doctor Brace is connected with the
Congressman E. J Burkett enter
tained eight of his friends at a six
course dinner last Saturday evening.
Red roses formed the table decorations.
Covers were laid for: Messrs. E. E.
Spencer, W. F. Kelley, D. L. Love, C.
D. Traphagen, L. W. Garoutte, J. S.
Brown, L. P. Sine.C. H. Warner and E.
Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Rewick celebrated
their twenty-fourth wedding anniver
sary on Wednesday evening with a
family dinner. The guests were: Mrs.
E. E. Rewick of New Bedford, Massa
chusetts, Mr. and Mrs. C. Richardson
and Mr. and Mrs. W. Richardson.
MisB Adelloyd Whiting gave an in
formal reception on Thursday evening
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to the members of Kappa Kappa Gam
ma and Phi Gamma Delta in honor of
Mr. and Mrs. L- C. Mudge. Ices were
served by Miss Emily Jenkins, assisted
by the pledged members of Kappa Kap
Mr. Charles H. Imhoff, says The A
merican banker, has become identified
with the widely connected banking
house of Harriman & Co., and is in
charge of the bond department. Mr.
Imhoff is a banker of sound knowledge,
and is thoroughly familiar with the in
Mrs. A. R. Mitchell will entertain
Madame Bloomfield-Zeisler, who will
give a piano recital here on Tuesday
evening, October twenty-ninth. Fol
lowing the recital Mrs. Mitchell wiH
entertain the board of the Matinee
Musicale in honor of Madame Bloomfield-Zeisler.
Married, on Thursday, at high noon,
at the home of the bride's parents, 443
South Twelfth street, Miss Mary Vin
cent Davis and Mr. Edwin Ernest
Peake. Mr. and Mrs. Peake will visit
St. Louis and Chicago, after which they
will return to Lincoln.
Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Hall entertained
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest R. Holmes from
Sunday until Wednesday. Mr. Holmes,
who was formerly a member of The
Journal staff, is now associate editor of
"Success," a magazine published in
New York city.
Delta Delta Delta has accepted an
invitation from the Minneapolis sorority
to attend the football game today. Kap
pa Kappa Gamma, Delta Gamma and
Phi Delta Theta also will attend the
game, making the trip in a special car.
Mr. Will M. Maupin, president of the
Nebraska Press Association, is attend
ing the national missionary convention
of the Christian church at Minneapolis.
The L. A. kensington met with Mrs.
H. B. Patrick on Tuesday. Several
guests from out of town were present,
also two new members, Mrs. C. F. Harp
ham and Mrs. Robinette.
On Tuesday evening Phi Gamma
Delta initiated Messrs. Clyde Daven
port, Emory Stanley, Edmund Callo
way, Vern Havens, Earl Billings, Bruce
GriggBby and Martin Shellenberger.
The marriage of Miss Henrietta Hol
lowbush and Mr. Homer Honeywell
will be celebrated very quietly on Wed
nesday, November sixth, at high noon,
at Holy Trinity Episcopal church.
Mrs. E. Hallett is attending the na
tional convention of the Christian
church at Minneapolis. Miss Margaret
Hallet has been visiting there for sev
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Married, on Thursday evening, at the
home of the bride's bister, Mrs. Charles
Robbins, Miss Editha Jones and Mr.
Charles Elmer Hubbell.
Married, on Thursday evening, at the
home of the bride's parents, Miss Myra
Josephine Tourtelotte and Mr. James
C. Barber of McCook.
Mrs. R. T. Van Brunt gave a dinner
to six guests on Monday evening in
honor of Mrs. George Cook of Chicago.
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Horton have re
turned from an extended eastern visit.
Mr. J. W. Winger has returned from
a visit at Keokuk, Iowa.
Lea Bohemiennes were entertained by
Mrs. Lew Marshall on Wednesday af
ternoon. Mr. and Mre. Frank King Clark have
landed at Cherbourg, after a pleasant
Mrs. F. D. Levering gave a beautiful
luncheon on Tuesday in honor of her
guest. Mrs. Charles Brown of Denver.
Mrs. Clinton R. Lee is entertaining
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