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About The courier. (Lincoln, Neb.) 1894-1903 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 28, 1901)
Miss Beanie Turner Is spending the
holidays In Kansas City. During the
last few weeks Mips Turner has been
teaching vocal music in Bethany col
lege. Topeka, Kansas, filling the place
made vacant by the illnes of the regu
A charmingly informal gathering of
the Patriarchs was entertained by
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Yates on Tuesday
evening. The decorations were in the
season's colors, and were most suitable
to this beautiful home. A regal Christ
mas tree bore souvenirs for all the
guests. Refreshments also were served.
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The opening reception given by the
Patriarchs to the Nebraska Art Asso
ciation passed off with eclat on Thurs
day evening. Tall palms screened the
orchestra, and formed an effective
background for the punch tables, which
were presided over by Mrs. W. B. Wil
son and Mrs. H. P. Eames. The guests
were Introduced by Professor "Willard
Kimball to the reception committee,
composed of Mrs. C. E. Yates, presi
dent of the Patriarchs, the executive
committee, Mrs. P. M. Hall and Mrs.
J. B. Wright, and Mr. Hall, president
of the art association.
In his introductory remarks Mr. Hall
referred to the valuable assistance ren
dered by Miss Clara WaJsh and Dr.
F. M. Fling In hanging the pictures.
Dr. Fling in turn reminded the ss-.
ciation of the devotion and un'mng
energy of Its president, which s re
warded by the presence of a colU tmn
of pictures valued at more than ti
Dr. Wharton and Mr. W. J. Bryan tlo
gave short addresses.
Society next week will be pan ,.
larly interested in the Cotillion j. , tv
on New Year's eve. Mr. Richards ?, ,s
extended the courtesy of the Lii, ..m
hotel to the Cotillion for this oc .., ,n
Each member will invite two trusts
and insteai of the cotillion then win
be the usual dances. Several On ah 1
guests are expected, in hote h.m.r
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William P. Crawford, the young man who has been denied a lieutenant's
commission by Secretary of War Root because he jilted Miss Rebecca Doug
lass, a Columbia, South Carolina, belle on the eve of the wedding is said to
contemplate an appeal to President Roosevelt. Meanwhile the whole coun
try is guessing at the reason for the young man's strange and unchivalrous
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