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only daughter of the late Mr. N. P. Cur
tice and Mrs. Curtice, and is a sister of
Mr. Rom P. Curtice. She has spent most
of her life in Lincoln, and the best wishes
of her many Lincoln friends will be
her'a as she begins her new life. The
groom Is a young attorney of San Fran
cisco, who has every promise of a pros-1
perous future. Mr. and Mrs. Oliver will
be at home at the Northoft in San Fran
cisco after May the first.
A delightful informal party was given
Tuesday evening by Mr. and Mrs. C H.
Eubank at their home on Euclid avenue.
Various guests contributed to the pleas
ure of the evening by their specialties.
Mrs. R. A. Holyoke sang: Mrs. Herbert
Marsland read, to a piano accompani
ment by Mrs. Lee; Mrs. W. C Phillips
recited German poetry which. Judging
from the sighs of the learned men pres
ent, must have been very sentimental;
Mrs. Ross Curtice gave a violin selection,
Mr. D. M. Butler electrified the audience
with a very profound speech, and Mrs.
Butler sang. Mr. Clinton R. Lee ex
hibited his skill at legerdemain. Bou
quets of greenery, consisting of lettuce,
parsley and celery, were presented to
the performers. A delicious luncheon
Mrs. Clinton R. Lee and Mrs. Herbert
Marsland were at home to all their
friends on Thursday afternoon from halt
after two until half after five o'clock.
Despite the moisture which would de
scend regardless of the wishes of the
hostesses, a large number of ladles
called during the receiving hours. The
reception was delightful because of its
Informality. The ladles gathered In
groaps for a little chatter, sat around
the music room and drank tea while
Miss Claire Canom played charmingly
on the piano for them, and said last
words of regret to Mrs. Marsland be
cause of her coming departure from the
city. Miss Mildred Morning received
the cards at the door. Mrs. Thomas
Marsland, gracious and charming as
usual, sat at a little tea table and poured
the fragrant beverage which was passed
to the callers by Mrs. Jessie Stiles. Miss
Catharine Lee and Miss Claire Canom.
Mrs. C S. Jones and Mrs. Haydn
Myer were hostesses to all members of
P. E. O. society tn the city. In honor of
the tenth anniversary of the organiza
tion of Chapter K, at the home of Mm.
Jones this afternoon. After a business
session the hours were devoted to fancy
work, conversation and light refresh
ments. Delta Upsilon fraternity gave an in
formal party last evening at the chapter
house. The house was adorned with cut
flowers and with the fraternity colors,
peacock blue and old gold. Professor
and Mrs. Barbour chaperoned the twenty
couples of young people who were pres
ent Mr. and Mrs. Clinton R. Lee enter
tained Informally, at a picnic supper and
a social evening, the ladies who assisted
Mrs. Lee at her "at home" Thursday af
ternoon, and an equal number of men.
The gathering was In honor of Mr. and
Mrs. Herbert Marsland.
Mr. Ll J. Heraog will visit Europe this
summer, the chief object of his journey
being to see his brothers, who reside In
Buda Pest. Hungary. Mr. Herzog ex
pects to leave Lincoln the fifteenth of
May. and will be absent the remainder
of the summer.
Delta Delta Delta sorority gave a ken
slngton this afternoon at the chapter
house. The guests were the active mem
bers of Delta Gamma and Pi Beta Phi
sororities. Palms and flowers adorned
the house and light refreshments were
The L. A. kensington was pleasantly
entertained Tuesday afternoon by Mrs.
A. D. "Wilkinson. Besides club members
these present were Mesdames Rewlck,
J. E. Hays. O. M. Stonebraker. T. S.
Ingles and J. M. Phelps.
Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Van Brunt will
give a dinner this evening to celebrate
the birthday of Mr. Van Brunt which
occurs tomorrow. A mound of red car
nations will form the centrepiece. Cov
ers will be laid for fourteen.
Sj A BBUsicale will be given Tuesday even-
tjkg at the heme of Mr. and Mrs. Albert
jrMusea Davis. 1711 K street, by Mr. and
Mrs. Davis. Mr. and Mrs. Alva Eugene
TTmnsril. aad Mr. and Mrs. Albert Gay-
PI Bete Phi sorority initiated Miss
Kiilian last evening.
Mrs. W. M. Leonard spent several days
of last week in Omaha.
Mrs. Ross P. Curtice entertained Les
Bohemiennes on Wednesday.
The Elks gave their regular monthly
party last night at their hall.
Mrs. W. G. Morrison Is the guest of
her mother, Mrs. Tukey, in Omaha.
Mrs. S. S. Whiting entertained the
Basket Weavers Monday afternoon.
Mrs. Helen M. Howell has returned
from an extended visit in Indiana and
Miss Eliza Jeter was formally pledged
to Kappa Alpha Theta sorority Tuesday
Mr. and Mrs. Ensey entertained the
Britannia high five club Wednesday
Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Garoutte will give
a complimentary party for the V. V.
card club next Saturday evening.
Miss Cora Smith left on Tuesday for
New York city, where she will be the
guest of Miss Edna Hyatt for a month.
Mrs. W. G. Taylor will leave In two
weeks for Colorado to join her husband,
and they will probably reside in that
Mrs. W. A. Bailey will give a children's
party on the afternoon of April first. In
honor of the fourth birthday of her
daughter Ethel. "
Mr. and Mrs. Clinton R. Lee will give
a loge party followed by a supper, for
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Marsland at the
Oliver this evening.
La Veta whist club closed Its seven
teenth season with a dinner followed by
cards at the home of Mr. and Mrs. E.
Hallett Tuesday evening.
Mrs. Harriett Curtice will arrive from
California about April fifteenth and will
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Five years old, son of Mr. and Mrs. A. Haydn Myer.
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Marsland will
leave for their home In New York on
The L. L. I. gave its regular monthly
dance and drill at Fraternity hall Mon
Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Herzog and Mrs. H.
Schlesinger entertained the Unity club
Mr. and Mrs. Ross P. Curtice enter
tained the Strollers last evening. Miss
Harrison was a guest.
The Misses Stuart of New York city
are guests of their sister-in-law, Mrs. L.
A. Stuart, and her family.
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Marsland gave
an Informal party last evening for Mr.
and Mrs. Herbert Marsland.
Miss Blanche Garten will entertain the
active and alumnae chapters of Delta
Gamma next Saturday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Ross gave a din
ner Wednesday evening for Mr. John
A. Hobson of London, England.
Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Baker gave an
informal reception Tuesday evening for
the members of the W. R. P. C. club and
be the guest of her son, Mr. Ross P. Cur
tice, and Mrs. Curtice.
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Seacrest will give a
dinner Tuesday evening, April the
seventh, for the members of the L. A.
kensington and their husbands.
Mrs. Strother and Miss Strother, who
have been guests of Mrs. W. F. Schwind
for three weeks, left on Tuesday for their
home in Bowling Green, Missouri.
Miss Mildred Goss of Omaha is the
guest of Miss Louise Hoover. Miss
Hoover will give a party In honor of
Miss Goss next Saturday evening.
The newest style of visiting card has
only the first name of the owner's hus
band engraved thereon, instead of the
two or three names as were recently
Mrs. Olive Watson of Friend is in town
to witness the performance of Mrs.
Patrick Campbell and her company this
evening, and is the guest of Mrs. C. F.
The university band .gave a dance Sat
urday evening at the armory. Ninety
young people were present. These dances
will be given fortnightly during the
Mrs. M. .E. Van Brunt returned on
Wednesday from Beatrice, where she
was the uest for three months of her
son, Mr. Wlnslow Van Brunt, and Mrs.
Mr. and its. L. W. Garoutte have as
guests Mrs-Vred A. Wilson and Mre
Frank Letsoilof Enid, Oklahoma, and
Doctor and Mrs. R. R- Brownfleld of
Mrs. L. W. Garoutte will entertain In
formally next Wednesday afternoon for
her guests, Mrs. Fred A. Wilson and
Mrs. Frank Letson of Enid, Oklahoma,
and Mrs. R. R. Brownfleld of Kansas
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