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About The courier. (Lincoln, Neb.) 1894-1903 | View Entire Issue (March 22, 1902)
LIFE'S MAZY WHIRL
Next week the penitential season will
reach Its climax and Its close, and. with
the flutter of Easterjgowns will be ush
ered In a new season1 of gayety. The
sweets and meats abstained from dur
ing lent, or used In limited quantities,
will be resumed, so will the "light re
freshments," served at parties which
are not so light after all when they
add one or two meals to the regular
the toast lists which were equally ar
tistic were done by Miss Bryan, who
also wrote a banquet song for the
occasion. Miss Edith Abbott presided
as toast mistress and the following re-'
sponded: Misses Edith Dumont, Maude
Macombcr. Belle Hamilton, Margaret
Honeywell, Ethel Tukey, and Mrs.
John Reed. At the close of the ban
quet the handsome new silver loving
MISS ETHEL BIGNELL.
A member of Delta Delta Delta Soror
ity of Nebraska University.
bride wore a gown of white Persian
lawn and carried white roses. The
ceremony was performed in. frpnt of
a bank of palms In a bay window and
over the heads of the young couple
was suspended a wedding bell, of smll
ax and white roses. The dining room
was In pink, an umbrella of pink car
nations was suspended over the table
and from it pink ribbons and smilax
extended to the corners. The room was
lighted by pink candles. Miss Kulla
served ices. She was assisted by Misses.
Lena , Embody, May Rose, Stella
Plnchen, all gowned In white with pink
ribbons. To Mrs. C. G. Sheely Is due
the credit for the elaborate decorations.
A large number of beautiful presents
were received by the bride. Mr. Kulla
had a cottage at 211 J street ready for
his bride and they will begin house
keeping at once. They will receive
their friends after April first.
The annual banquet of Nebraska
Alpha chapter of Phi Delta Theta was
given Saturday evening at the Lincoln
hoi el. The fraternity colors were used
in decorating. Reminiscences were ex
changed. The banquet received flatter
ing attention. The menu was:
Cream of Tomato Croutons,
White Fish au Gratin,
Cullets of Fowl, French Peas en Cases.
Fillet Mignon Beranaise,
Strawberry Ice Cream with Preserves,
Mr. C. H. True was toastmaster and
Introduced the following subjects and
"The Dutch Company," Mr. C. H.
"Strollers We," Mr. J. A. C. Kennedy.
"The Attic Angels," Mr. J. T. Fisher.
"Forty Love," Mr. E. E. Farnsworth.
"Cupidae Legum Juventute," Mr. T.
J. Hewitt. .
My Terweed," Mr. R7H7 Gaines.
"Ye Olden Times," Mr. E. C. Hardy.
"The Alumni," Mr. T. F. Roddy.
"Auf Wiedersehen," Mr. H. W. Sher
man. Those present were Messieurs E. O.
C. V. Langevin, L. O. WIttman, H. G.
Smith, E. W. Seacrest, J. D. Lau, A.
C. Lau, T. J. Hewitt, E. E. Farns
worth, I. M. Raymond, Dan Mc
Cutcheon, W. N. Jerine. J. T. Fisher,
F. J. McShane, all of Lincoln; Paul
Andresen,, Ned Loomls, R. H. White,
H. F. Neely.
Miss Jessie 'White gave a kenslng
ton Saturday afternoon for her cousin.
Miss Richardson of David City. Miss
Trigg and Miss BIgnell sang, Miss Nel
lie Trigg and Miss Viola Stewart play
ed piano music and a game was en
joyed. A luncheon was served on
prettily decorated tables by Misses
Grace White and Mabel States. The
guests were Misses Mabel Johnson,
Bertha White, Spalding, Hamilton,
Irene Hamilton, Marx Tidball, Laura
Ryons, Myrtle Roberts, Mamie Miller
Maud Miller, Mildred Parks, Trjgg;
Nellie Trigg, Cora Smith, Stella Mor
rison, Viola Stewart, Olive States,
Louise Fowler, Clara Fawler, Winnie
Hyde, Ethel BIgnell, Agnes Casebeer.
re tc re
On Good Friday eve, March twenty
seventh, in the First Baptist church,
will be given under the direction of
Doctor J. M. Mayhew, "The Seven
Last Words of Christ," by Theodore
Dubois. This will be sung by the Bap
tist choral union and an auxiliary
chorus of fifty voices, assisted by Mr.
H. A. Smith, of Chicago, tenor, and
Mr. C. AV. Kettering of Denver, bari
tone, with Mrs. Raymond at the organ.
This beautiful work is Intensely dra
matic In execution and finish. The
choruses are full of action, and the
solos, especially the baritone, are very
dramatic. The admission will be free
and the public Is invited.
Mr. Pierce entertained the Dooleys
Saturday evening at the home of Pro
fessor and Mrs. Bruner. Those pres
ent were Misses Abbott, Bell, Caughey,
Curtiss, Glbbs, Hoagland, Purdy,
Thorngate; Messrs. Meeker, Pierce,
Schroeder, Taylor, Boostrum, Love,
' Reasoner, Bonekemper,1""' Saundbrson
and Dr. Brewer.
A company of young ladies was
pleasantly entertained on Saturday by
Miss Lela McKinney at her home, 722
tLre, and keep the poor, much. abused
digestive organs constantly at work.
Many a suffering devotee has acknowl
edged that her dyspepsia was caused
by these added luncheons coming in
mid-afternoon or late at night, or both.
The Feast of Holidays held last week
in a prominent New York city church
was, it is said, a charming affair and
was a novelty In church entertainments.
On different tables appropriately ap
pointed to represent the various holi
days, many articles were for sale. At
"the New Year table laden with Ice and
snow, home ma'de cakes were sold.
Handkerchiefs and sachets were sold
at Saint Valentine's table where flam
ing hearts held sway. At Saint Pat
rick's table harps and shamrocks divid
ed the honors with home made fudge
and other candles. At the white Easter
table stationery was sold. At the May
pole the dolls and toys threw the chil
dren into ecstatic delight. At the
Washington table George's portrait
was on guard and flags, firecrackers
and red, white and blue torpedoes were
the decorations. Arbor day was Illus
trated by a flaxen haired little girl who
sat in a huge basket surrounded by
violets and carnations and distributed
favors. At the Labor Day table useful
articles, such as aprons and towels,
were sold. Jack "lanterns, nuts and
lemonade characterized the Hallowe'en
table, and the Christmas table needs no
description. The entertainment netted
a handsome sum.
Delta Gamma sorority gave Its an
nual banquet Saturday evening in the
ordiaary at the Lincoln hotel. Covers
were laid for fifty. The color scheme
for the table was red, the flowers were
American beauties and meteors. Bos
toBBleres of violets, the gift of one of
the fraternities were at the plates. The
sane cards were artistically done in
water colors by 'Mrs. Ray Edmisten,
cup was christened In memory of Mrs.
L. A. Sherman, who was a member of
Delta Gamma. Quantities of roses,
jonquils and violets were sent to the
young ladies by the various fraterni
ties. Those present at the banquet
were .Misses Gertrude Macomber, Julia
Dewetse, Edith Jackson, Helen Welch,
Maude Macomber, Margaret Honey
well, Louise Tukey, Lorraine Com
stock, Miriam Starrett, Lillian Robi
son. Edith Abbott, Abba Bowen, Joy
Webster, Clara Mulllken, Sadie Burn
ham, Ethel Tukey. Alice Wing, Lena
Deweese, Hamilton, Irene Hamilton,
Jessie Moore, Fanny Cole, Mona Mar
tin, of Leland Stanford chapter, Wini
fred Sherman, Blanche Garten, Kath
erlne Woods, of Schuyler, Herberta
Jaynes, Ruth Bryan, Mary Harris,
Mary Tidball, Stella Rice. Grace Bridge,
Luella Lansing, Hortense Clark. Marie
Weesner, Grace Walton, of Blair. Clara
Watkins, Jessie Lansing, Nelia Coch
rane, -Mabel Stone, Laura Bridge, of
Fremont, Edith Dumont; Mesdames
Peak, H. P. Lau, Smith, of the Iowa
chapter, Frank Woods, Ray Edmisten.
The marriage of Miss Anna F. Ein
mody to Mr. William Kulla was cele
brated Wednesday evening at eight
o'clock, at the home of the bride's par
ents, Mr. and Airs. Chase L. Embody,
292S Dudley street. The ceremony was
performed by Reverend J. W. Hilton,
a former pastor of the East Lincoln
Christian church in the presence of
about one hundred friends. The at
tendants were Miss Lucy Embody, sis
ter of the bride, and Miss Bertha Kulla,
sister of the groom, and. Messieurs
Ewald Schleiber and Charles Bartz.
Miss Embody was gowned in pale blue
and Miss Kulla In pink; both carried
white carnations. Miss Ruth Embody
was dressed in white and carried thjp
ring in the heart of an Easter lllyfThe
MISS BETH MARSHALL.
A member of Pi Beta Phi Sorority of
Lewis, Falls City; F. T. Roddy, Ne
braska City; E. O. Weber, Grand Isl
and; Charles von Mansfelde, Harry A.
Tukey, Walter P. Thomas, J. A. C.
Kennedy, Charles True, C. B. Summer,
M. B. Hauck, Omaha; R. L. Sabln, Be
atrice; C. C. St. Claire, Holdrege; E. C.
Hardy, R. H Wolcott, G. E. Payne, E.
A..McCrcary. C A. Lyman, H. W. Sher
"man, H. lEr-Senger, H J. Sowles, Amos
Thomas, R-rH. Gaines, -".V, H. MlUikln,
North Sixteenth street. Music -and
games filled the hours with pleasure.
Prizes were awarded to Miss Maggie
Gardner and Mls3 Pauline Johnson. A
luncheon was served. Those present
were Misses Stella Cooper, Paulina
Johnson, Maggie Gardner, Hilda John
son, Angellne Gaskel, Clara Burges,
Hazel Walker, Lucile Johnson, Ruth
Johnson, Irene Bergers, Alice Dulenty,
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