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T 11 E COURIER
Gregory The Co.I Man.
Mr. and Mrs. Clinton It. Ioe went
to Chicago Saturday.
Miss Gertrude Morris will spend the
holidays In Franklin. Indiana.
Miss Heed of Hampton, Iowa, Is the
guest of Miss Alvaline Clarke.
Miss lihinch Garten has returned
front an extended eastern trip.
Delta Gamma gave an informal party
Saturday evening at the chapter
Miss Helen Harwood has returned
from an extended visit In Chicago and
Mrs. Rosa Funke will spend Christ
mas In Denver with her daughter, Mrs.
Kdward K. Harris.
Phi Kappa Psi entertained the en
gineering society of the state univer
sity Saturday evening.
Miss Florence Hichardson is home
from Lawrence. Kansas, where she Is
attending the university.
Mrs. Maurice Deutsch of Horton,
Kansas, was the guest this week of
her sister. Mrs. A. U. Mitchell.
Mrs. W. E. Hartley entertained at
cards Friday evening in honor of Miss
Clarke and her guest. Miss Beed.
Professor and Mrs. G. E. Barber
entertained Mrs. Frederick Hugh Cole,
of Omaha, the first of the week.
Mr. Fogg, instructor in debating at
the university was "at home" to stu
dents last evening at 1644 L street.
Miss Carpenter of Omaha was the
guest of Miss Dumont over Sunday,
returning to her home on Tuesday.
Mr. Edward A. Bessey of Pittstield.
Mass.. will spend the holidays with his
parents. Dr. and Mrs. C. E. Bessey.
Mr. and Mrs. George J. Phelps, of
Oregon, Illinois, are spending the holi
days with their sister Mrs. O. M.
Miss Dorrance Harwood and Miss
Uuth Prentiss will return today from
Lake Forrest, 111., where they are stu
dents at Ferry Hall.
Mrs. F. M. Hall and Miss "Watkins
will give a luncheon Monday at one
o'clock. Invitations have been issued
to tlfty young ladles.
Mrs. L. A. Stuart has for her guests
during the holiday season the Misses
Stuart, of Kent, Connecticut, and Mr.
and Mrs. H. AV. Sumption of Sheridan.
Saturday evening at the home of the
bride's uncle and aunt. Judge and Mrs.
E. M. Coflln. Miss Alma Weare and
Mr. Algol Nordstrom were married by
Keverend Doctor F. L. "Wharton. Only
relatives were present to witness tfhe
The T. G. T's have accepted two as
sociate members to whom they have
given the cognomens of "Affe" and
Mr. and Mrs. Charles L. Hatrix, .itss
Celia Harris and Master Clark Harris
will spend Christmas with Mrs. S.n-,,1,
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