The courier. (Lincoln, Neb.) 1894-1903, December 21, 1901, Page 7, Image 7

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    THE COUIli j: It
Saturday evening at her home. 'KMO
street. Miss Estelle Cornelius en-
rtained friends with music, sanies,
nl a phonograph. Prizes in guessing
,., lines were won hy Misses Coin and
ilarquardt. Messieurs Crawford and
Hartley. A luncheon was served in
our courses.. Those present were:
.disses Susie Huffman. Anna Dawe.
i.oi'ise Speidell, Alice Tubnrtn. Blanche
Hartley, Florence Hrgue, Belva Lee,
Eva Barras, Grace Horsh. Fay Bridges.
Viola. Martin. Blanche Coin. Maud
Hanger, Selmu Mariiuardt. Constance
Sell, Kileen Winslcw, Marguerite Cor
nelius; Mrs. Florence Winslow, Mrs.
Hall and Mrs. Cornelius: Messieurs
Everett White. I toy White. George
.Speidell, Harve Tubman, Will Craw
ford. Earl Austin, Ernest- Kiuimer,
Oeorge Wolfe, George Sequin, Gordon
Lintt, Harry Simmons. Jack Hartley.
Robert Basler, Charles Cornelius,
Frank Smith.
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Thirty-six friends were entertained
by Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Hall at a seven
course dinner last night. The guests
were seated at six small tables, each
of which had an original floral decor
ation. On one table appeared a basket
of hyacinths, with a spray of the same
llower at each plate: on .the other
tables were red roses, pink roses, pink
carnations, holly and mistletoe. Fol-
Tlie lirst state dinner of the season
was given on Wednesday evening by
Governor and Mrs. Savage to the state
olliceis and their wives. The table ami
dining room were elaborately decorat
ed in the Christinas colors, red and
green, and these colors also appeared
in the ices and confectionery. During
the eight courses the guests were en
tertained .! stories and reminis
cences. Those invited were Lieuten
ant Governor and Mrs. Steele of Fair
bury. Secretary of State anil Mrs.
Marsh. Attorney General and Mrs.
Prout, Auditor and Mrs. Weston. Iand
Commissioner and Mrs. Polluter, State
Superintendent and Mrs. Fowler. State
Treasurer and Mrs. Stuefer and Miss
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Governor and Mrs. Savage gave a
dinner Wednesday evening at the ex
ecutive mansion to the state otlicers
and their wives. The warm reds and
greens with which the dining room was
decorated contrasted strikingly with
the snowy mantle in which the outside
world was wrapped. On the table was
a centerpiece of holly from which ex
tended broad red ribbons terminating
in bows at the corners. lied candles
burning in silver candelabra illumined
the room and the color scheme was
carried out as far as possible in the
dames I.nsch. Morse. Deck. Kvuns.
Keim. Gentzler, Hess. Harlan. Hood.
1'ierce. Clark. Kaufmanii, Sherdeuiati
and Miss Malotte.
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Mr. and Mrs. J. G. 1'. Hlldebrand in
vited a company of young people to
their home Saturday evening as a sur
prise to their son, Mr. Ilalph Eugene
Hildebraud, to celebrate his sixteenth
birthday. Following were present.
Misses Frankle Little, Georgia Itymer,
Florence Siddons, .Maggie Whitley,
Bessie Little, Grace Hester. Daisy. "Wil
son. Bertha McCall. Messieurs Joe
Watson. Clay Hester, Geo. Prltchard.
Lester Kirkpatrick. Bart Hester, Clar
ence Tebbetts, Harry Kirkpatrick,
Bern Itymer, Guy Brown, Bobt. "Whit
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The Deborah Avery chapter of the
Daughters of the American Revolution
were entertained by the Omaha chap
ter at a banquet on Thursday evening.
The occasion was the celebration of
"Forefathers" Day." The "Sons of the
American Revolution" of Nebraska
also were guests at the banquet.
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In spite of the intense cold the home
of Mrs. Austin H. Weir at MS North
Sixteenth street has been the scene of
three brilliant social gatherings this
week. On Thursday afternoon sixty
lowing the dinner the guests' etitet
taiinnent was furnished by beautiful
stereopticon views of tlte Paris expo
sition. Those present were Mr. and
.Mrs. G. M. Lambertson. S. II. Burn-
'. ham, C. II. Gere. J. B. Wright. W. B.
Wilson. W. C. Wilson. C. E. Vates, A.
K. Hargreaves, A. S. Raymond. J. II.
MiMurtry. E. E. Brown. It. E. Moore.
F- L. Wharton. W. J. Iimb. T. M.
Hodgman, Dr. Lowry. Prof, and Mrs.
' E. Bessey, Mr. Edward Bessey and
-Mr and Mrs. Hall.
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Miss A. Jessie Chapel, a teacher in
'he Bryant school entertained her pu
P:is Saturday evening at her home. SOO
North Fourteenth street. Music and
Sanies were enjoyed. The hostess was
ass-ted in serving by Miss Edythe
He.vs and Miss Helen Guff. Those in
vfud were Misses Neva Anglevin. Nel
lie Jackson, Nellie MacFarlane. Ottie
Voderbrg, Callie Bunline. Frances
O'Malley, Florence Wilcox. Olive Bee-,n-ri.
Georgia Capp. Olive Stickles.
Winnie Marx, Fara Martin. Floy
Match. Beth Bonnell; Messieurs Clyde
London. Chere Hubbard. Carl "Walter.
Harry Benson, Howard Thompson.
Will Schaal, Jarvie Dennis. Ben. But
ler. Itay Arnet, Edward Heagy, Gra
ham Dolson, Harold Baker. Hornce
St'Jinour, Paul Smith and Hailie Cole.
menu. Coeis were laid for sixteen,
the only out of town guests being Lieutenant-Governor
and Mrs. Steele front
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An enjoyable Christmas party was
given at tlte Delta Gamma house last
Saturday evening. About twenty-live
active and alumnae members were
prtsettt. and great amusement was fur
nished by a Christmas tish-poiid. which
was arranged behind a screen over
which each young lady lislted for her
present. Numerous contributions of
candy and fruit were received from the
young men's fraternities in the city.
James W. Reynolds, who was nomi
nated Thursday for secretary of the
territory of New .Mexico, is well known
in Lincoln. Mrs. Reynolds was Miss
Brownie Bauin, daughter of David
Baum of this city.
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Members of the W. T. M. club were
eittert lined at a kensington on Thurs
day afternoon at the home of Mrs. Al
Hood. I0.'2 North 2Mb street. At the
roll call each lady responded to her
"name with a quotation, and three
poems were recit-d by the members.
V two course luncheon was served by
Mrs Hood, assisted by Miss Malonc.
from a table laid with handsome Bat
tenburg Those present we.e Mes-
ladies were the guests of Mrs. Wei
and Mrs. Waugh at a kensington. Fif
ty others were entertained on Thursday
evening and about the same number
on Friday evening. On both occasions
an elaborate luncheon of four courses
was served. The house was handsome
ly decorated with festoons of Christ
mas green, holly and cut (lowers.
On Tuesday afternoon eighteen chil
dren were entertained by Mrs. Paul
Holm in honor of the seventh birthday
anniversary of her little daughter.
Marie. At half after four the party
was seated at a table lighted with
candles, front which a dainty supper
was served by Mrs. Holm, assisted by
Mrs. Teeters. A grab bag containing
a souvenir for each guest was an en
joyable feature of the afternoon,
(lames also were played under the lead
ership of Miss Eleanor Barbour.
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Sigma Alpha Epsilon entertained itl
fnrmally at dancing Wednesday even
ing at the home of Fred Funke. Tlte
house was prettily decorated with ev
ergreens and roses. Ices were served
during the evening. The ladies present
were Misses Jenkins, Funke, Ham
mond, Fawell, Woods, Holland. Bessie
Burruss, Lois Burruss. Thorpe. Con
nard. Woodward, Griggs, McGluke and
i-he Franklin
Ice Cream and Dairy Co.
Manufacturer of the Unfit quality of
Plain anil Fancy ICE CREAM. ICES.
Prompt delivery and satisfaction guaranteed.
133 South 12th Street.
Phone 205.
rFfclR G9ATS
.. Furrier..
Allegretti Candy ;
tli- natural ".apposition is that you
want jiint what you call for.
The only place in Lincoln where
you cm Imv the original
Rector's Pharmacy
12th and A Phone 138
Package Delivered anywhere in the City
Kappa Kappa Gamma initiated two
new members. Miss May Jeary of Lin
coln and Miss Helen Field of Iowa,
Monday evening at the home of the
Misses Bennett. After the ceremony a
supper was served. Both active and
alumnae members were present.
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Miss Anne Stuart returned on Tuts-
day from a visit of several weeks in
Kansas City and St. Joseph, Missouii.
Early in January Miss Stuart exjects
to go to Chicago to continue her studies
in music with Madame Bloomtiuld-
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Miss Adda Metcalf entertained the
C. I.. S. C. club last Friday evening.
Prizes at cards were won by Miss
Clara Duncan and Mr. Charles Zim
merman. A luncheon was served by
Mrs. A. E. Metcalf and Mrs. Burr
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Mr. P. M. Hall entertained the
Round Table Monday evening. Twerjty
members were present. Mr. E. T.
Hartley was the leader, the subject.
"Do We Lead the Nations in Provid
ing for the Welfare of the Masses?"
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Mrs. Thomas Marsland gave a lunch
eon Friday, the thirteenth, in honor of
Mrs. Livingston of Plattsmouth. Guests
were Mesdames Livingston. Pirie. Cal
der, M. Scott. Walters of Bushnell, Illi
nois, Pickett. Guthrie and Brown.
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Kappa Kappa Gamma initiated two
new members on Monday evening at
the home of Misses Grace and Mabel
Bennett. The new members are Miss
Field and Miss Jeary. Luncheon fol
lowed the initiation ceremony.
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The Patriarchs will give a reception
next Wednesday evening. December 2S.
to the Nebraska Art association. This
reception will be held In the University
library. Members and friends of the
Art association are invited,
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Librarian Wyer of the state univer
sity will spend the holidays in Con-
ordta Kansas