The courier. (Lincoln, Neb.) 1894-1903, January 25, 1902, Page 8, Image 8

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THE COURIER
Mr. anil Mrs. John H. Wright gave
a violet dinner Monday evening to cele
brate the seventy-first birthday of
Mrs. Wright's mother. Mrs. Robinson
of Chicago. Covers were laid for
twelve.
Mrs. Stickley of New York city has
arrived In the city to reside with her
niece. Miss Dora Bachellor, Mrs. Stick
ley is a sister of Irving Bachellor the
well known novelist. She is an artist
of some repute.
Ten little girls surprised Miss Kath
erine Kimball with a visit Thursday
evening, and gave her a shower of
pretty things for her room in the new
home to which she with her parents
will soon remove.
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MRS. ASTOR DECLARES A NEW "600'
Do not miss thi" Pan-American car
nival. AH next week at the audito
rium. Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Dobbins gave a
small dinner Thursday evening. In
compliment to - Miss Horan. of St.
Louis.
Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Harpham will
Kive a canl party this evening in honor
of Miss Ilonm, of St. Louis, who Is
their guest.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Karnes enter
tained the soloists of the Chicago Sym
phony orchestra at dinner at the Lin
coln, on Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Mayer enter
tained the Unity club Wednesday even
ing. Prizes at high five were won by
Miss Schlelslnger and Mr. Well.
Delta Tan Delta Initiated Mr. Glenn
C. Hupp, of McCook. and Air. Lisle D.
Milliken. of Fremont. Saturday night.
A banquet followed the ceremony.
Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Sawyer enter
tained La Veta whist club Tuesday
evening. A dinner preceded the games.
Mr. and Mrs. Sheldon were the only
guests besides club members.
Miss Whedon. Miss Margaret Whe
don. and Miss Outcalt will entertain
Kappa Kappa Gamma Monday night
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. C. O.
Whedon. A play will be given.
Miss Haggard entertained the alum
nae chapter of Delta Gamma Monday
evening. Visiting members present
were Mrs. Morris Deutsch. of Horton.
Kan., and Miss Gregory, of Lead.
The Toung Women's Christian asso
ciation closed Its most successful vear
with a banquet Thursday evening.
Miss Martha Pierce, president of the
association presided as toastmlstress.
Mrs. J. L. Kellogg entertained the
South side circle of St. Paul's church
Thursday afternoon. Mrs. C. F. Harp
ham read a number of poems. The
ladles decided to give a banquet for
their husbands at the Lincoln hotel
the evening of February first.
Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Graham enter
tatned the Noname club Saturday
night. Members of this club are Mes
sieurs and Mesdames J. H. Auld. H.
A. Tlbhets. J. S. Leonhardt. F. A. Gra
ham. A. L. Boynton H. B. Vander
veer. J. H. Violet. C. W. Bieger.
wBKfU. - TRSl) 1 MHS HARRY LEHH- "A )J5JbT ' jW
HRS- HENBY CLEW5, J
Belles who lead in Mrs. Astor's new "600."
The "Four Hundred," as a term used as a means of designating New York city's most exclusive social set, is now
as dead as Ward McAllister, its famous founder. Mrs. John Jacob Astor, the presiding genius of New York society
nas created a new boo and the "six hundred will nenceiortn De the cognomen or the social aristocrat' of Gotham
The above halftone shows the women selected by Mrs. Astor to head the new social set.
Miller & Paine
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Dress Goods,
Cloaks and Suits,
Linens,
Underwear and Hosiery,
Cotton Goods,
Rugs and Draperies,
Millinery,
Notions and Trimmings,
Etc., Etc.
0 and 13th Sts. . Lincoln, Neb
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