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lira. L. J. Dunn and Mrs. C. M. Kin
caide entertained the Battenburg club
Thursday afternoon at the home of the
former. The house was decorated with
Christmas wreaths and holly. Each
lady took to the party one article made
into a neat parcel, these were put into
a fish pond and were fished out with a
hook and line, each lady retaining her
"catch" as a souvenir. A two-course
luncheon was served. Besides club mem
bers those present were: Mesdames
WeBley Ewlng of VIHIsca, Iowa, Martha
Enslow, C. S. Jones, Harry Brown.
Green, Burt Spencer, Turner; Misses
Morrow, Green, Burchard.
Miss Gladys Garoutte and Miss Flor
ence Parks gave an enjoyable dancing
party Thursday night at Walsh hall.
One hundred guests were present- .Palms
were massed in front of the stage in the
dancing hall concealing the orchestra.
The parlors were elaborately decorated
with holly and red and white roses. The
young people were in full dress and the
party was a very pretty one. Ices were
served all evening. The chaperones
were Messieurs and Mesdames L. W.
Garoutte, Fred Phillips, George E. Hlb
ner, Mrs. M. Ackermann and Mrs. J. H.
Two prettily appointed dinners have
teen given this week by Mr. and Mrs.
H. H. Wilson. White roses and holly
were used in decorating. On Thursday
evening the dinner was given in honor
of Reverend and Mrs. J. E. Tuttle, and
other guests were Messieurs and Mes
dames H. J. Whitmore, A. E. Har
greaves, A. S. Raymond, and S. H. Burn
ham. The guests for last evening were
Messieurs and Mesdames C. E. Yates, J.
H. Ager, C. J. Ernst, Charles Weston,
and Judge and Mrs. T. L. Norval of
Invitations have been received in Lin
coln to the marriage of Miss Lehmer to
Mr. Arthur Pearse, both of Omaha,
which will occur next Tuesday evening
at half after seven o'clock at the home
of the bride's parents. Miss Lehmer is a
sister of Mr. Frank Lehmer, who is well
known in university circles here. Mr.
Pearse was a student in the state uni
versity for five years and is a member
of Phi Kappa Psi. They will begin
housekeeping at once in a dear little
cottage which is all ready for their oc
cupancy. The W. T. M. and their husbands
spent Saturday evening delightfully as
guests of ,Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Evans.
Cut flowers adorned the house. A guess
ing game, consisting of charcoal draw
ings representing books, was introduced
for entertainment, and the hostess took
the guests through her art gallery. Mr.
Charles Raymond and Miss Bessie
Evans, accompanied on the piano by
Miss Rena Sherdeman, charmed the com
pany with their sweet songs. A two
course supper was served.
Twenty-five small men and maidens
enjoyed a party given Saturday after
noon in honor of Master Hugh McMllIen
Hutton, who was Ave summers old that
day. at the home of the Misses King, 1500
Q street. The children were entertained
with music and games. Refreshments
were served in the dining room, where a
color scheme of pink and white was car
ried out in decorations and refreshments.
Pink and white bon-bon boxes filled with
confections were given as favors.
The marriage of Doctor John H. Gra
ham, son of Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Graham
of this city, to Miss Sadie Moore, will be
celebrated on Monday the twenty-second.
In Lead, South Dakota. Doctor
Graham and his bride will arrive In Lin
coln on Wednesday to spend the holi
days with their relatives. Doctor Gra
ham is a prosperous dentist of Lead,
and hae a large circle of friends and
well-wishers in Lincoln. Miss Moore is
a charming Kentucky girl.
A high tea was given Wednesday aft
ernoon by Mrs. C W. Toevs at her pretty
home in East Lincoln. The dining table
and the small tables scattered through
the rooms were decorated with holly and
red candles. Mrs. Toevs mother. Mrs.
Belle Roberts, received with her, and
she was further assisted by Mrs. R.
G. Grubbs, Mrs. Mark Woods and Miss
Edith Roberts. Sixty guests were pres
ent. Mrs. W. J. Bryan, Misses Ruth and
Grace Bryan, and Master WilHam J.,
Junior, have gone south to Join Mr.
Bryan and the family will spend a
month's vacation in Mexico.
CARITA BELLE HERZOG.
Aged two years, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Herzog.
The cotillion club will give a party
New Tear's eve.
The Sans Souci club gave a dance lost
night at Walsh ball.
Mrs. Theodore Westermann arrived to
day from Butte, Montana.
The ladles' social club met with Frank
Aldee Thursday afternoon.
Miss Laura Houtz has returned from
a six weeks' -visit In Chicago,
Miss Clara Baldwin of Chicago is the
guest of the Misses Hargreaves.
Mrs. Georgia Bell entertained the E.
E. D. kensington on Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. S. a Whiting entertained
the J.. O. C. club Monday evening.
The Pershing Rifles gave their annual
hop last night at the Lincoln hotel.
Miss Virginia Thornton will spend
Christmas with friends in Atchison,
Mrs. Wesley Ewlng of VIHIsca, Iowa,
is the guest of her mother, Mrs. Martha
Mrs. G. M. Lambertson and baby will
spend Christmas with Mrs. Offutt in
Congressman E. J. Burkett will arrive
tomorrow or Monday to spend the holi
days with his family.
Miss Cora and Mr. Edwin Faulkner
will give a dancing party at Fraternity
hall on January ninth.
Mrs. Herron and Miss Herron will en
tertain at Fraternity hall Monday aft
ernoon. A program will be given.
Miss Marie Hoover and Mr. Carl
Steckelberg are preparing to' give a
series of concerts after the holidays.
Miss Sara Hayden, of the art depart
ment in the university, will go to Chi
cago next week to spend the holidays.
Miss Helen Welch has returned from
Kansas City where she was the guest
of Mrs. Ada Gregg Foster for three
Mr. Oliver Everett, who is a student
at the Northwestern medical college in
Chicago, is at home for the holiday va
cation. Mrs. Thomas Herbert Marsland and
her daughter, of New York, are guests
of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Marsland and
Mrs. J. D. Floyd of Omaha, a sister of
Doctors M. H. and J. O. Everett, was
in town this week to attend the Marshall-Burr
Mrs. Albert L. Candy gave a five
o'clock tea last evening in honor of her
mother, Mrs. M. E. Van Brunt. A dozen
ladies were present.
Mrs. D. C. Todd, who has been the
guest of her sister Mrs. D. E. Thomp
son, for several weeks, leaves this even
ing for her home in Chicago.
Mrs. F. E. Campbell and Mrs. Emma
Seacrest will entertain the southeast
circle of the First Presbyterian church
on Wednesday, January seventh.
There will be a general exodus of fra
ternity people today and Monday, and
the chapter houses will be practicably
vacated until after the holdiay vaca
tion. Miss Jennie Barber entertained in
formally Thursday evening for Miss
Wright of Schuyler. The guests were the
members of Pi Beta Phi sorority, and
it was a fancy dress party. Light re
freshments were served.
Mrs. R. O. Phillips and Miss Ellen Gere
are the guests of friends in Nashville,
Tennessee. After a month's stay there
Miss Gere will return home and Mrs.
Phillips will go to Mississippi for the
remainder of the winter.
Mr. and Mrs. S. D. Eastman and Mr.
and Mrs. T. L. Sutton entertained Tues
day evening at the home of the former,
1749 South street, in honor of Mr. and
Mrs. Melville Numbers. Attractive music
was furnished "by Mrs. Archie Furr and
The marriage of Miss Vallie Stewart
and Mr. O'Brien of Axtell, Nebraska,
will be celebrated next Monday fore
noon at the home of the bride's parents
in Axtell. Miss Stewart Is a member of
the local chapter of Kappa Alpha Theta,
and was formerly a student In the state
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