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About The courier. (Lincoln, Neb.) 1894-1903 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 11, 1902)
The Dooleys met last night with
Misa Edna Curtlss.
Mrs. W. L. Crandall will give a card
party Wednesday afternoon.
Mr. B. M. Hohrbaugh was best man
at the Griffith-Peyton wedding In Har
vard, this week.
Mr. R. R. Reynolds, of Perry, Illinois,
is the guest of his sister, Mrs. M. L.
Strother, at 2147 C street.
Mrs. A. W. Lane gave a beautiful
luncheon at one o'clock on Thursday
In honor of Mrs. N. C. Abbott.
A euchre party was given for the
patriarchs at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
C. E. Yates. Thursday evening.-
Mrs. E. P. Brown is visiting friends
in Pittsburg, New York, Baltimore
and Washington. She will be absent
for a. month.
Doctor and Mrs. Jcseph Scroggs are
entertaining their niece. Miss Bertha
Wilkinson, a charming young lady
Les Bohemiennes met with Mrs. J. A:
Buckstaff Wednesday afternoon. This
was the first meeting of the season of
this club of congenial women.
Miss Mabel Stephens gave a small
party Wednesday evening at the
Kappa Kappa Gamma chapter house
to celebrate her birthday anniversary.
Miss Edith Compton, a studious and
talented Lincoln girl, has won a schol
arship at the Metropolitan conserva
tory of music, of New York city. Miss
Compton has been in the east since last
Mrs. A. M. Davis, Miss Watson and
Miss Thackera are in Wichita, attend
ing the meeting of the Topeka branch
of the Woman's foreign missionary so
ciety of the Methodist Episcopal
Mrs. G. M. Bartlett, Mr. George
Bartlett, Miss Anna Maxwell, Mr.
Murray Townsend, Mr. Roscoe David
son and Mr. Thomas Appleget were
guests at the Sullivan-Davidson wed
ding at Tecumseh this week.
Miss Tremalne and Mr. and Mrs. H.
J. Whltmore will entertain twenty-five
university friends informally Monday
evening, in honor of Mr. and Mrs.
James W. McCroskey. Mr. and Mrs.
McCroskey will leave the last of next
week for London, England. ,
Professor and Mrs. Lawrence Foss
Ier will give a dinner this evening In
honor of Mr. Benton, who was former
ly chancellor of the university of Ne
braska. Mr. Benton is visiting his
daughters, Mrs. E. S. Dales and. Mrs.
Phi Delta Phi, the law fraternity at
the university, initiated the following
new members Thursday evening: Mes
sieurs S. C. Foster. E. A. Lundburg.
W. J. Birken, P. E. Reeder, J. C. Cul
bertson, J. F. Berggren, E. A. Swain
and J. P. Everett.
Miss Pauline Meyer gave on infor
mal dance Saturday evening. Guests
were Misses Holland. Slocum. Miles,
Heacock. Kate Heacock, Leah Meyer;
Messieurs DeLacy. Asthaller. Hansen,
Gould, VanBurg. Whltmore, Kees,
Home, and Lake of Concordia. Kan
sas. The Elks lodge has set aside Wed
nesday of each week from two to five
o'clock as ladles' afternoon. The ladles
of the family of every'member will be
given the privileges of the club except
the buffet, during these hours. Cards
will be issued to the ladies who are
entitled to them.
The W. T. M. was pleasantly enter
tained Thursday afternoon by Mrs. A.
G. Evans at her pleasant home, 2503
S street. The house was elaborately
decorated with pink and white, the
club colors, Interspersed with autumn
leaves. The hostess took her guests
through her art gallery and asked
them to sketch forher pictures in origi
nal designs. The ladles were surprised
to see how many natural artists there
were present. A delicious two course
luncheon was served by the hostess as
sisted by her sister, Miss McCloud of
York. Those present were Mesdames
Burr, Clark, Compton, Edleman, Ev
ans, Gentzler, Harlan, Kaufman, Lane.
Lasch, Masters, Mickey, Morse, Sherde
man, Steele, Swltzer, Leltch.
The Daughters of the American Rev
olution will hold a conference 011 Wed
nesday, October 22, at two o'clock, at
the home of Mrs. A. S. Tibbets, 638
South Seventeenth street, to determine
upon some monument to mark the
place where Lewis and Clarke made
their first treaty with the Indians In
Nebraska. All D. A. R. members are
urged to attend this meeting.
At the chapter house this evening
Kappa Kappa Gamma will initiate the
following young ladles: Misses Elsie
Fawell and Gladys Hargreaves of Lin
coln. Miss Edith Butler of Council
Bluffs, Miss Bertha Shldler of York.
Miss Zoe Glldden of Fremont, and
Miss label Kimball. A spread will fol
low the ceremony. Both active and
alumnae members will participate.
the arrangement of a Hallowe'en bup
per table, which Is both novel and ap
propriate. A grinning Jack-o'-Lantern
forms the centerpiece, scooped out cab
bage shells, the red preferred, are used
for fruit dishes, turnip shells make ad
mirable nut bowls, a coconnut shell
holds the marshmallows, and car
rots are converted Into Ideal candle
sticks. The cider should be served from
a tall crystal pitcher and the fried
cakes on a standard dish.
The concert given Tuesday evening
by the Steckelberg concert company
ut Grace Lutheran church was of a
high order, and was heard by a fair
sized audience, which showed its ap
preciation by demanding an encore
after every number. Mr. Carl Steckel
berg, who is at the head of the com
pany, is a gifted young man who, by
combining hard work with unusual
talent has made for himself a place In
the front rank of young violinists. He
Is both scholarly nnd poetic, and has
temperament to a marked degree.
Madam Myron, the contralto singer
with the company has a voice of great
range nnd volume, and has a charm
ing stage presence. Her singing of O
Don Fatale was most satisfactory.
Mr. Henry Steckelberg Is a musician
ENGLAND'S BESTJDRESSED WOMAN
fecH EZ$ffE:'H 2smimw m J
Society Is closely Observing Lady Gordon-Lennox, who enjoys the
distinction of being considered England's best dressed woman. She Is in
this country with her husband. Lord Gordon-Lennox. Above Is an au
thentic snapshot of the noble pair.
Miss Stella Mack was pleasantly sur
prised Saturday evening by a few of
her friends. Music and games were en
Joyed and refreshments were served.
The following were present: Misses Ed
na Seguin. yera Rellly, Evelyn Stout,
Emily Woodruff. Myrtle Kuellen. Katie
Houston. Loretta Kreffner: Messieurs
Ed Cox. Herbert Dollenburg. Ben Caar.
Frank Sprang, DeLos Linch. Cliff
A bevy of charming girls will this
evening be initiated into the mysteries
and Joys of Kappa Alpha Theta. They
are Misses Ena Brach of Hastings.
Martha CHne of Minden, Mary Bed
well and Zola Dellecker of Omaha,
Joyce Broady, Madge Wilson and
Edith Bobbins of Lincoln. Claire Dovey
of Plattsmouth, Martha Post of Co
lumbus, Ethel Norval of Seward, and '
Marie Nettleton of Council Bluffs.
After the ceremonies a tempting ban
quet will be served at the chapter
house, which will be appropriately
Hi llowe'en Is not far away as the
young people well know, and they are
aires iy planning new pranks for this
to th.m : Jolllest of festivals. The Octo
ber Lelineator offers suggestions for
of wide experience and great ability,
and his 'cello solo was greatly en
Joyed. Miss Thatcher plays a fine accom
paniment and her solo. Autumn Etude,
by Chaminade, gave a pleasing variety
to the program. The following num
bers were presented:
Violin Excerpto from Faust Fan
tasle de Concert, Alard.
Voice (a) Donald Blair, Henschel;
(b) Lullaby, Henschel; (c) Cradle
Song, " Landsberg.
Trio Larghetto, Mozart.
Piano Autumn Etude, Chaminade.
Violin (a) The Celebrated Air (for
G string). Bach; (b) Serenade, Plerne;
(c) Hungarian Dance, Brahms-Joachim.
Voice O Don Fatale (Don Carlos).
'Cello La Cinquantaine, Gabriel Ma
rie. Trio (a) Llebesgarten, Schumann:
(b) Marche MHltaire. Schubert.
Violin Zigeunerwelsen, Sarasate.
"Can Jones' baby talk yet?"
"Oh no. Jones still makes love to
the nurse in the baby's presence.
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. . . WA 8HING...
Adam I wish I hadn't eaten that
apple. I don't mind a fall, but ever
since you've been complaining? that you
hadn't a thins to wear. Town Topics.
Employer Great Scott! Keep away,
sir! Don't bite me! Wh-what do you
mean Jby coming here, shr, when you
wrote and begged a day or two oft be
cause you had the rabies?
Clerk Eh? Oh, I see! Quite a mis
take I do write my b's like r's. It
was babies I alluded to, sir new twins,
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Benevolent Old Man (pointing a
moral to village school children) Now,
why do I take all the trouble to leave
my house and come over here and
speak to you thus? Can any boy tell
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sir. it's because ye like to hear yersel'
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