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About The courier. (Lincoln, Neb.) 1894-1903 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 28, 1901)
t most enjoyable Christmas party
s given in the Y. W. C. A. home on
Thursday evening. Each young wo
,n on entering the parlor, was given
a bag Ailed with hickory nuts to be
used instead of money in purchasing
fancy articles which were offered for
ale. A grab bag also furnished much
amusement. Later in the evening the
hickory nuts were cracked and eaten.
On Tuesday evening the members of
the First Baptist church and Sunday
school were treated to a stereoptlcon
exhibition by Mr. N. K. Griggs. Two
solos furnished the musical part or
the program, after which Christmas
gifts were distributed among the chil
dren. Next Sunday evening a cantata
will be given at the church by the
Mr and Mrs. Harlan Phelps have
for their guests this week Miss Ruby
White of Minden, Miss Florence Guyer
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York and Mr. Earle Morris of Kansas?
City. In honor of the visitors Mr. and
Mrs. Phelps gave a dinner on Christ
mas day, after which a basket of
Christmas gifts furnished appropriate
On Wednesday evening an elaborate
Christmas entertainment was given in
St. Paul's church by the Sunday
school. Recitations and vocal and in
strumental music made up the pro
gram, followed by the appearance of
Santa Claus laden with gifts for the
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. F. McKesson, of
Emerald, celebrated their twentieth
wedding anniversary with a Christmas
banquet at which many of their Lin
coln friends were present. Among the
guests were Governor and Mrs. Sav
age. The Sunday school at Holy Trinity
held a genuine Christmas celebration
on Friday evening. A Christmas tree
laden with candy, oranges and other
good things was followed by a little
Iay in which the children took part.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank A. Harrison,
who have been spending the last two
months at Managua, Nicaragua, have
started for the United States and will
come to Lincoln by way of Washing
ton, D. C.
On New Year's night Mrs. Frank E.
Lahr will give a dancing party for her
son, Mr. Albert Lahr, and Mr. Scott
Hallett. About seventy-five invitations
have been issued.
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Mr. V. It. Oglen spent Thursday
and Friday in Chicago.
MIsk Helen Welch has returned from
an extended eastern trip.
Hurt Whedon i home from Harvard
law school for the holidays.
Dr. Charles Yungblut Is spending the
holidays In Wheeling. West Virginia.
Miss Grace Salisbury Is llu guest of
friends In Sarpy county during her va
cation. Mrs. Atwood and family spent
Christmas with relatives in IMatts
mouth. Miss Claire Funk Is spending a f-w
days in Omaha, the guest or Miss Jen
Miss Henrietta Hankson spent Wed
nesday and Thursday at her home at
Miss Klsie Fawell gave a chatlng
dlsh party to a number of friends on
Mrs. George Sen wake Is entertaining
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. K. New
ton, of Kansas City.
The Lincoln librarians will entertain
the visiting librarians at dinner at
the Lincoln hotel on New Year's day.
Mrs. G. I. Hurkhalter and family or
Perry, Iowa, are the guests of Mrs.
Hurkhalter's brother. W. M. Maupln.
Dr. John Graham of Lead. South
Dakota, is spending the holidays with
his father. H. II. Graham of this city.
Miss Lillian Fitzgerald is home for
the holidays. She is a student at the
Sacred Heart college at St. Joseph.
Miss Kuth Jakway. who is attending
school at Ferry Hall. Iike E-'orest. III..
Is spending the holidays at her home
Next Tuesday Mrs. Iahr will enter
tain twelve ladies at breakfast. In the
the evening she will be hostess to the
Levitn whist club.
Mrs. N. C. Brock will give a large
card party this evening in honor of
Miss Keinhardt. Four-handed euchre
will furnish the entertainment.
Next Tuesday evening Mr. and Mrs.
A. J. Sawyer will give their eleventh
annual reception to members of the
family and a few other guests.
Mrs. J. H. Webster and Miss Joy
Webster are living in Mrs. Polk's
house, 1607 L street, during the ab
sence of Mrs. Polk and Miss Kdna
Mrs. W. IJ. Ogden gave a dinner
parly last night at which the guests
were Mr. and Mrs. Rhodes. Mr. and
Mrs. Levering. Miss Harris anil Mr.
Miss Watklns. who is spending the
year In Lincoln with Mr. and Mrs. F.
M. Hall, left on Tuesday for her home
at Julian, where she will spend the
Mr. and Mrs. K. J. Slater gave a fam
ily dinner party on Christmas day. A
Christinas tree furnished entertain
ment for the children, of whom ten
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