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Miss Annette Abbott entertained the
Dooleys last night.
Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Foster went to
Kansas City today.
The Saturday NIpht club will give a
dance tonight at Walsh hall.
Mrs. H. J. Winnett will give a lunch-
eon Wednesday afternoon.
Mrs. Bruce Yoho entertained the E.
E. D. kensington on Wednesday.
Mrs.'S. R. Dalby is entertaining Mrs.
John M. Sears of Memphis, Tennessae.
Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Crandall will en
tertain the V. V. euchre club this eve
ning. Mrs. F. E. Campbell will entertain
the L. A. kensington Tuesday after
noon. Miss Merle Boynton gave a .Hal
lowe'en party for Miss Laura Logue or
The Mneklichs gave a Hallowe'en
party at the home of Miss Katharine
Miss Mary Frantz, of Monmouth, Illi
nois, is the guest of her sister, Mrs. S.
Mrs. J. A. Buckstaff entertained in
honor of Mrs. A. G. Beeson Tupsday
1 Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Munson enter
tained tne .Nineteenth Century club
The young ladles at the university
school of music gave a Hallowe'en
party last evening.
Mrs. Ensley Moore of Jacksonville,
111., is the guest of her sister, Mrs. Ella
K. Morrison 1631 F street.
Miss Ruth Bryan entertained a few
of the Delta Gamma girls at a Hal
lowe'en party last night.
The Battenburg club met this week
for the first time this season. Mrs. C.
E. Sanderson was the hostess.
The ladles of the Free Will Baptist
church gave a very pleasant sociable
at the church Thursday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Deweese visited
their son and his wife at their ranch
near Oxford, Nebraska, this week.
Mrs. Helen M. Howell will leave
Wednesday for Chicago, to spend the
winter with her son, Mr. Tom Howell.
The Xenodocha club of East Lincoln
gave a Hallowe'en party last night at
the home of Miss Ethel Jones, 3115 O
Mrs. Victor Turpin, who has been
the guest of Miss Deweese, left yester
day for her home in Fort Worth,
Miss Mabel Draper, who was the
guest of Mrs. C. G. Menzendorf for a
week, has returned to her home In
Miss Gladys Hargreaves went to St.
Joseph Saturday to attend the football
game and stayed for a few days to vis
It a friend. She returned home on
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f,. Miss Annie L. Miller gave a luncheon
" i" on Tuesday in honor of Miss Stella
&' The guests were all young ladies who
,8f. have traveled In Europe.
Mrs. A. E. Polk will leave next week
for Atchison, Kansas, and Quincy, Illi
nois, to be absent until spring. Mr.
and Mrs. R. D. Stearns will occupy
Mrs. Polk's house during the winter.
Mrs. Carl Funke gave a very pretty
party Monday afternoon in honor of
Mrs. Miller of 'Lafayette, Indiana, and
Mrs. A. G. Beeson of Omaha. The
guests were friends of Mrs. Beeson.
Mrs. Kelsey of Olean. New York, who
has been the guest of Mrs. W. H.
Dorgan left this week for her eastern
home. She expected to stop for a
day or two in Omaha before going
The Elks gave a danc last night at
the lodgo rooms and will give another
Monday night. Ladles' day at the
rooms Is appreciated. Quite a number
of ladles played cards at the rooms on
The O. G.'s gave a sheet and pillow
case party last night at the home of
Miss Edith Burllngim.
Hallowe'en games, dancing and re
freshments were enjoyed by the forty
young people present.
Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Hall entertained
about seventy-five of their friends In
formally Monday evening. Mrs. A.
W. Jansen, Mr. S. H. Burnham and
others contributed musical numbers. A
chafing dish supper was served.
Dr. and Mrs. J. J. Davis entertained
La Veta whist club at dinner at half
after six o'clock Tuesday evening.
Cards followed the dinner.
The next meeting of the club will b;
with Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Llndly.
Mr. und Mm. L. J. Herzog enter
tained the Unity club Wednesday
evening. Mrs. Henry Mayer and Mr.
M. Friend were the successful contes
tants for prizes.
The club will meet next with Mr. and
Mrs. M. Ackermann.
Madame Myron, who sang at th
Matinee Musicnle concert last night. Is
the guest of Mrs. H. K. Burkett. She
was n friend of Mr. and Mrs. Burkett
before they came to Lincoln, and nlsa
of Mr. and Mrs. Kennedy, who live
near Twenty-second and Washington
Miss Maude Cnuger and Miss Emma
Tyler entertained fifteen young people
last evening. The guests were asked
to go In costume and all went out on
the streets for Hallowe'en jollity, re
turning later In the evening to Miss
Caugers home where the fun was con
tinued and refreshments consisting of
apples, elder, popcorn, doughnuts und
so forth, were served.
r CLUB NOTES
THE WEEK'S REVIEW
The children of the American Rev
olution met this morning with Mr. Les
The New Book Review club met
Wednesday with Mrs. C. H. Warner.
Mrs. F. D. Cornell relvelwed "The
Hound of the Baskersvllle."
The Fortnightly club met this week
with Mrs. A. W. Field. Mrs. H. H.
Wilson read an able paper on the
"Congress at Aix la Chapelle-ISUT,
The literature department of the
Woman's club met on Tuesday. Mrs.
George Elmen gave In detail the set
ting of the poem, "The Ring and the
Book," which is to be studied.
Si -'4 -U
The French department of the wom
an's club began active work on Mon
day. A beginning and an advanced
class have been organized. Both are
under the tuition of Mrs. F. M. Fling.
The officers of the Nebraska branch
of the collegiate alumnae for this seas
on, are: President. Mrs. W. E. Hardy;
secretary-treasurer, Miss Mabel Llnd
ly; program committee. Miss Belva
Herron and Miss Louise Pound.
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The artist recital given last night
by the Matinee Musicale took the place
of the regular meeting, which would
otherwise have occurred on Monday.
The next meeting will be held two
weeks from Monday, when Mrs. Will
Owen Jones and Mrs. Mark Woods
will give a recital.
There is a childhood protective
league In Philadelphia, which last year
secured a law prohibiting girls under
sixteen years 'of age from selling on
the street after dark. Since the en
actment of the ordinance the league
has done much to secure Its enforce
ment, and has done much In the way
of free baths and fresh air work.
Officers of Nebraska federation of
President Mrs. W. E. Page, Syra
cuse. Vice President Mrs. E. J. Hainer,
Recording Secretary Miss Minnie F.
Corresponding Secretary Mrs. Nellie
Beach Miller, Douglas.
Treasurer Mrs. Ella Bell, St. Paul.
Auditor Mrs. H. M. Busimell, Lin
coln. General Federation Secretary Mrs.
Belle M. Stoutenborough. Plattsmouth.
The Century club met Tuesday after
noon with Mrs. E. Lewis Baker. Mrs.
A. L. Candy talked of the three lake
poets, Wordsworth, Coleridge and
Southey. and Mrs. A. P. Metcalf read
a paper on the Bronte sisters. In the
absence of the president. Mrs. Milton
Scott, vice president, presided. The
attendance was the largest of the year.
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Mrs. H. A. Babcock entertained the
Aldlne club Tuesday afternoon. This
was the first meeting of the year and
no program was given. The club will
hold fortnightly meetings on Tuesday
afternoons, and book reviews will al
ternate with programs devoted to art.
history, or other subjects of Interest.
A new member, Mrs. Eiche, was pres
ent. Dainty refreshments were served
by the hostess. The mothers of the
members are honorary members of the
The ladies' aid society of the FJrs.t
Presbyterian church held a business
meeting Wednesday afternoon. The
society voted to appropriate fifty dol
lars for relief work. Mrs. Emma Sea
crest, Mrs. W. J. Turner and Mrs. Hol
brook were appointed a committee to
work with the charity organization for
the relief of the needy. A committee,
consisting of Mrs. F. E. Campbell, Mrs.
E. C. Babcock and Mrs. T. M. Hodg
man, was appointed to revise the con
stitution of the society. Mrs. C. M.
Kincaide was appointed chairman of
the Thanksgiving market. The ladles
of the church and congregation are di
vided into four circles and besides their
own meetings, each of these circles will
give a general church sociable during
' c r
Usually when clubs open their pro
grams with a discussion of current
events each member takes whatever is
of Interest to her and the consequence
is a succession of brief items which
are easily forgotten.
The Shakespeare club of Columbus,
Kansas, has this season a regular out
line for Its current events' and the fol
lowing subjects will be discussed at the
successive meetings: "Louisiana Pur
chase." "Women's Clubs," "Education,"
"General Literature," "The Drama."
"National Politics," "Foreign Affairs."
"Science." "New Books," "Magazines."
"Men of Note," "Household Econom
ics," "Music." "Philanthrophy and Re
form." "Religion." "Women of Note."
"Art." A leader for each of these sub
jects Is appointed.
Recently a club for the protection of
trees along the city streets was sug-
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