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church an opportunity to come In con
tact with each other, each circle of the
First Presbyterian church will entertain
each of the other circles some time dur
ing the winter. On Wednesday after
noon the Southeast had as guests the
members of the Southwest circle, at the
home of Mrs. A. L. Hoover, with Mes
dames Hoover, C. M. Klncalde, C. S.
Jones and R. T. Van Brunt as hostesses.
A large number of ladies were present
Ping pong and other games were played
and light refreshments were served.
About a dozen ladies braved the in
clemency of the weather and gathered
at the home of Mrs. Al Hood on Thurs
day for the regular meeting of the W.
T. M. A most brilliant musical pro
gram was rendered and much enjoyed,
and It may be repeated ere long. "Les
sons From a Penny," was a guessing
game which tested the wits of the
guests. Interesting and profitable cur
rent events were given In response to
roll-call. Plans were made for a party
to be given, at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. A. O. Evans the evening of the
thirteenth. A two-course luncheon was
served by the hostess, assisted by Mrs.
Malone. The club will meet next with
Mrs. Hess. Current events will be given
in response to roll-call.
Chancellor and Mrs. E. B. Andrews,
and Dean and Mrs. Henry Baldwin
Ward, gave a reception last evening at
the Millard hotel in Omaha, In honor of
the faculty of the college of medicine of
the University of Nebraska. Prominent
ladies and gentlemen of Omaha assisted
in doing the honors. Mrs. Andrews wore
a gown of ruby velvet with garnitures
of Flemish lace; Mrs. Ward's costume
was a dainty one of pink embroidered
silk tissue with touches of violet and
trimmed with many yards of lace. Lin
coln people who attended the reception
were Governor and Mrs. Savage, Mayor
and Mrs. Wlnnett. Mr. and Mrs. R, H.
Wolcott, Doctor H. B. Lowry, Professor
Barbour, and Professor Bruner.
Mrs. Joseph Scroggs gave a basket
party this afternoon In honor of her
niece. Miss Wilkinson of Pennsylvania.
Materials for basket making were pro
vided by the hostess and the ladies de
voted the afternoon to this popular
craft. Some of the workers were adepts
at basket making, others were novices,
and the results of their efforts were
varied, but all enjoyed the work and
the cordial hospitality of the hostess,
and the entertainment was a pronounced
success. Delicate refreshments were
served. The guests were ladles whom
Miss Wilkinson has met during her so
journ here. Miss Wilkinson will leave
next Wednesday for her home In Beaver,
Two delightful card parties were given
oae Wednesday afternoon, the other
Wednesday evening by Mr. and Mrs.
Ross Parker Curtice and Mr. and Mrs.
Harry Porter, at the home of the for
mer. Bouquets of shaggy chrysanthe
mums adorned the house. Forty guests
were entertained at each party and after
the games a two-course luncheon was
served. Beautiful prizes were won In
the afternoon by Mrs. E. H. Barbour
and Miss Deweese. The prize "winners
in the evening were Mrs. L G. Chapin
and Mr. F. B. Harris. Misses Smith,
Herrlck, Raymond and Morrison assist
ed at the afternoon party.
Wednesday evening, at the home of
Miss May McGreer, one of their charac
teristically pleasant parties was given
by the Q. A. T. girls. The club colors,
pink and red, were used In decorating.
Carnations and American beauties were
the chosen flowers. Miss Emma Dalby
was the prize winner In the card games.
Dainty refreshments were served. Those
present were Misses Fisher, George,
Green. Dalby. Joers, McKay. JoDon,
Rowland, Leese, Biltgen, MacFarland.
McGreer; Messieurs Hall. Schmlttell,
Patterson, Deemer, Potts, Marlay, Ptack,
Kutcher, Davies, Jennlson and Morse.
Last evening the home of Mr. and
Mr. C. W. Branch was the scene of an
enjoyable card party given by them for
Mr. and Mrs. C L. Burr of New York.
Eleven tables accommodated the guests
and six-handed euchre was played.
Handsome prizes were bestowed upon
the lady and gentleman having the high
est scores. A palatable luncheon was
served ta two courses. Out of town
guests were Mr. and Mrs. Wakefield of
Omaha. Mrs. Ballantine of California,
Miss McClure of Mt Pleasant. Io
and Miss Anderson of TaylorvlUe, HI
Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Thorp have issued
invitations to the marriage of their
daughter, Miss Jeannette Thorp, to Mr.
Ralph A. Drain, to be celebrated Tues
day evening, December twenty-third, in
the First Presbyterian church. Miss
Dorothy Griggs will be maid of honor
and the bridesmaids will be the Misses
Kate McPheely, Eliza Heacock, Darleen
Woodward and Elizabeth Marshall. Mr.
La Rue Brown will be best man and the
ushers will be Messieurs Booth, Oliver
Everett, George Bartletl and Elam Sea
crest Fifty ladies enjoyed a kenslngton
given by Mrs. I. M. Heckler Thursday
afternoon at her home, 1820 G street, and
the same number were recipients of Mrs.
Heckler's hospitality yesterday after
noon. Miss Charlotte Hullhorst sang,
and Miss Alice Leaner played for the
delectation of the guests, both after
noons. Carnations were used in deco
rating and a luncheon was served each
day by the hostess, assisted by Mrs.
An alphabetical sale, with everything
Cards are out for the marriage of Miss
Bess Lillian Barker of Portland, Ore
gon, to Mr. Fielding S. Kelley.'to occur
December seventeenth at high noon.
Miss Barker will have a large church
wedding followed by a reception to the
bridal party at the home of her parents.
She has several times been the guest of
Miss Laura Houtz and is well known
to Miss Houtz's friends. Her marriage
will take her to Tacoma to reside.
The freshman hop was given last
evening in Fraternity halL The com
mittee in charge of the arrangements
consisted of Misses Inez Crowe, Jane
Bunt, Elsie Fawell, Joyce Broady,
Rachel NIchelson. Mr. Julius Johnson
was chairman of the committee and Mr.
Christie was master of ceremonies.
For Mrs. Will Leonard of Lincoln,
Mrs. A. J. Love gave a luncheon at the
Omaha club on Monday, when those
present were: Mrs. Frank Balentlne of
Seattle, Mrs. Pinto, Mrs. Beeson, Mrs.
Gruninger of Chicago, Mrs. Balentlne,
Mrs. McDanlel and Mrs. Will Leonard.
From the Omaha Excelsior.
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HERR CHRISTIAN OELSCHLAGEL.
An artist with his bow, who will give a complimentary violin recital be
fore the members of the Woman's club and their husbands at Fraternity
hall, the evening of December 19th.
from A to Z, was an entertainment re
cently given for charity In New Tork.
Aprons, bags, candles, dolls, embroider
ies, fruits, groceries, handkerchiefs, In
fants' wear, jams, kimonas, linens,
magazines, neckties, oranges, pillows,
ribbons, stationery, teacups, wooden
ware, and an x y z of all kinds of things
useful and beautiful, were on sale and
brought substantial returns.
It is expected that Reverend Mr.
Jenkins, of the Omaha Theological Sem
inary, and Mrs. Jenkins, Reverend Mr.
Jenks of the First Presbyterian church
of Omaha, and Mrs. Jenks, and Rev
erend Mr. Tost and Mrs. Tost of Omaha,
former friends of Reverend and Mrs.
Swearlngcn, will attend the Installation
of Reverend Mr. Swearingen as 'pastor
of the First Presbyterian church next
Married, Sunday afternoon at the
home of the bride's father, Mr. Henry
Townsend, 2215 N street. Miss Letta May
Townsend and Mr. Arthur H. Pitts.
Reverend Luther P. Ludden officiated,
using the ring service of the Lutheran
church. Only Immediate friends and
relatives witnessed the ceremony. Mr.
and Mrs. Townsend are already en
sconced in their pleasant new home at
Eighteenth and O streets.
Miss Truax of Chicago, who has been
the guest of Miss Putnam for a month,
left yesterday for Iowa where she will
spend a week or two before going home.
Miss Truax was In Denver for some
time before coming to Lincoln, and Is
enthusiastic over the hospitality of these
western cities. She has visited in Lin
coln before and has many warm friends
here who were loth to have her go.
Tuesday evening, at the home of Miss
Annabel MacFarland, the Q. A. T. club
Initiated Misses Lulu George and Maude
Fisher. Refreshments were served after
the ceremony to the following: Misses
Howland, Leese, Biltgen, JoDon, Joers,
McKay, McGreer and MacFarland.
Lieutenant Halsey Yates will come to
Lincoln to ppend the holidays with his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Tates.
le Q-ean ar;d Dairy ("p.
Manufacturers of the
RInMrt Quality of
PLAIN AND FANCY ICE CREAM,
ICES, FROZEN PUDDINGS,
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Prompt dtllvery. Satisfaction guar
anteed. 133 So. 12th St Phone 206.
An Elegant Line of
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Accomplished in all the details of the art
Takes care of Pianos steadily, and fur
nishes estimates on extensive repairs.
Refers to a discriminating clientele,
and desires especially the cultivation of
such a field.
Orders may be left with
FERGUSON MUSIC CO
MILLER & PAINE,
P. O. BOX 287. Lincoln, Neb.
DESIGNS AND MAKES
FURS STORED DURING
143 So. Twelfth Street
First National Bank
OF LINCOLN. NEBRASKA
Surplus and Profits, . 118,311.41
S. H. Burnham, K. J. Sawyer,
H. 8. Freeman. Cashier.
H. B. Evans. Frank Parks.
Ass't Cashier. Ass't Cashier.
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The Dr. BenJ.p.,'Bailey Stuatoriun?
Is not a hospital, not a hotel, but a home. The building Is situated on a sightly hill at Normal,
and Is reached by the cam of the Lincoln street rail way being only 28 minutes ride from the cosi
ness center of the city. It to thoroughly equipped and beautifully furnished. Erery electric
current useful in the treatment of the sick la used, and Ideal Turkish, Russian, and Medicated
Baths are given. In conditions where the kidneys and liver are affected, and In cases of rheu
matism, our Hot Air treatment has been remarkably successful. For fun information address
The ft. F. Bailey Sanateriam, Llaceln, Neb.
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