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About The courier. (Lincoln, Neb.) 1894-1903 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 13, 1902)
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Mias Ida B. Johnson is entertaining:
Mlsa Lillian Brown of Hastings.
Mrs. B. R. Cowdery and Miss Alice
Cowdery are guest of Mrs. E. P. Sw
ing. Mrs. J. E. Hursey returned this week
from an extended visit in Salt Lake
,Mlss Helen Tuttle gave a china
shower for Miss Garnet Geer on
Mrs. William Rothschild, of Omaha,
is the guest of her daughter, Mrs. L.
Mr. and Mrs. George H. Clarke and
Miss Clarke have returned form a tour
of the east.
Mrs. W. G. Morrison entertained a
few members of Delta Gamma inform
ally yesterday afternoon.
Miss Ruth McFall entertained a few
young ladies Tuesday evening in hon
or of Miss Gladys Howlett.
Chancellor and Mrs. E. Benjamin An
drews returned Thursday from a fort
night's visit in South Dakota.
Mr. L. O. Jones entertained his
class in Grace church Sabbath school
last evening in honor of Miss Gladys
Mrs. Angle F. Newman, who has
been the guest of her daughter, Mrs.
W. O. Thomas, left yesterday for Ne
Mrs. O. A. Faulkner left yesterday
for Excelsior Springs, Missouri, to
join her husband. They will return
together in about ten days.
Miss Sidney Murphy rave a tin
shower Saturday afternoon in honor
of Miss Garnet Geer. Young ladies of
the neighborhood were the guests.
Mrs. Foggy of Mount Pleasant, Ia
who was the guest of her cousin, Mrs.
M. Scott, left on Monday for the west
ern part of the state to visit other rel
tives. Mrs. L. W. Garoutte Is absent vis
iting Kansas City relatives. She will
spend some" time with Mrs. H. M.
Caspbeer at Neodesha, Kan., before re
turning. Delta Delta Delta will entertain
every day next week in honor of some
of the new girls at the university, but
the plans for the entertainments are
not to be divulged in advance.
The members of Pi Beta Phi will give
two or three parties next week. Having
several new members already pledged,
this sorority does not feel It necessary
to day and hard work in the way of
Miss Edna Gund gave a china shower
Wednesday evening for Miss Flora
Roberts. On heart-shaped cards be
tween dots scattered here and there,
the guests drew pictures of Miss Rob
ert's fiancee. A two-course luncheon
The Misses Agnes and Kate Mc
Laughlin will entertain Monday even
ing In honor of Miss Garetn Geer. Miss
Edna Gund gives a party in honor of
Miss Geer this evening, and she will
be complimented In a similar way next
Tuesday by the Misses Auld.
The Misses Auld and Alice Auld gave
a miscellaneous shower last evening
for Miss Flora Roberts. The guests
were the members of the Delta Delta
Delta, who are in town, and the mem
bers of the East Lincoln club of girls.
A luncheon was served on small ta
bles. Mrs. C. T. Kenworthy and Mrs.
Calanan will give a linen shower next
Wednesday for Miss Mabel Klock, at
3631 P street.
Miss Leola Robinson, who is to be
MIm Klock's maid of honor will give
a china, shower for her.
THE LATE JOHN H. FAR WELL.
Son of Mrs. E.
Manila, of cholera,
P. Holmes of Lincoln, whose recent death in
came as a great shock to his Nebraska friends.
Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Rose have re
turned from their wedding journey
through the eastern states and Canada.
Miss Minnie Miller of Cheyenne, and
Mr. Oscar Stansfleld of this city were
married Monday evening at the home
of the bride's parents. Mr and Mrs.
Stansfleld will reside in Lincoln.
The sororities will all do a "rushing
business" next week. It is always in
teresting to one who knows of the ri
valries, to see which one wins in a spe
cial case. Some very desirable young
ladies enter the university this fall,
and there will be some sharp, if good
Mr. and Mrs. John Harrison Geer
have issued invitations to the marriage
of their daughter, Garnet Louise, and
Mr. James Bruce Mltchellr.of, Chicago.,
to occur Wednesday, September 24th at
S o'clock in the morning. Only rel
atives will witness the ceremony. Af
ter a wedding breakfast the bride and
groom will take the 10:30 train for
The Century club will begin the sea
son's work with a meeting with Mrs.
Henry Hartley Tuesday afternoon. A
talk on "Our Place Among the Na
tions," by Mrs. G. G. Waite, and "Va
cation Memories," by the members,
will be given, also an address by the
president, Mrs. A. E. Davisson. The
subject for the year's work will be
"Little Journeys In America, and Eng
lish Writers of the Eighteenth and
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Manager Well, I'll try it, but I don't
know how the public will sland It."
Actor I have a war as well as a hlstrl
.onic records, I was nearly killed once by
the bursting of a shell.
Manager Who threw the egg? Balti
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the friar question satisfactory to all parties concerned.
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