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younger children, left this week to
spend the winter in Eastern New York
, Mrs. Sutton." of Alexandria, is visiting
her sister. Mrs. Chamberlain, at Parker's
Mrs. F. G. Barrows is visiting her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert, at Glen
coe. _4yf-. '.-; yy
Miss Jennie Partridge, of Brainerd, is
a guest of Mrs. W. L. longer.
' Mrs. L. W. Gray Is a guest of Mrs. B.
JJ. Warfield, Battle Lake.
Mrs. G. C. Pollock is a guest of Mrs.
W. B. Dean, St. Paul. -
Mrs. C. D. Baker has returned from
Zumbrota. -- "■. " - *
The Wednesday Night Progressiv
Euchre club was organized at Mrs. W.
J. Wright's Wednesday evening. The
head prizes were won by Mrs. F. M.
Wadleigh and G. W. Washbish, the pro
gressive prize by Miss Lizzie Howard,
and the foot prizes by Miss Grace Rogers
and A. A. Scott. "The meeting next
week will be with Miss Linnie C. Dud
Mrs. C. A. Baker and family left yes
terday afternoon for St. Paul to take tip
a residence. They are among the old
est of our citizens, and will he greatly
missed in society.
Miss Clara 11. Allison, teacher in the
Ninth grade of the Irving school, has
resigned her position, to accept a place
in the public schools of West St. Paul.
The play entitled, "Only a Farmer's
Daughter." with Marion Abbott as
the Adventuress, was rendered at Teu
tonic hall last night.
Mr. and Mrs. 11. E. Turner, of Mai
den, Mass., were the guests of Mr. and
Mrs. A. W. Gardner this week.
Mrs. John Kranz and Mrs. Michael
Ludwig. of Kranzburg, were visiting
relatives in town this week.
Mrs. J. A. Chadwick; of Watertown,
Wis., is in the city, the guest of Mrs.
The ladies of the M. E. church hold a
sociable at Mrs. Xehemiah Martin's
Mr. ami Mrs. Cornelius Fries, of St.
Paul, were the guests of friends in town
Mrs. August Rehil, of St. Paul, vis
ited friends in the city Monday.
Mrs. George Barbaras returned from
a visit in Rice county Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Sehmitz, of St.
Paul, were down Sunday.
Mis. ('. H.Ocibigleft Tuesday for her
new home in Stillwater.
Mi. and Mis. (1. G. Thome leave next
week for London. Eng.
Miss Fannie Van Inmegon is visiting
friends in Minneapolis.
Mrs. Henry llahn visited friends in
Stillwater this week. ;
Mrs. Samuel Norrish has returned
from Casselton, Dak.
Miss Mamie B. Lemen was in Farm
Miss Lucy A. Conklin has returned
Mrs. A. E. Rich visited friends in St.
Mis. Jerome Temple is visiting in
Merriam Park. '
Mrs. C. T. Lange is visiting friends in
Mrs. J. A. Ennis is visiting friends in
Mrs. S. W. Truax left Wednesday for
Mrs. Matilda M. Tuttle is in Langdon.
The following are the officers elected
to fill the stations of the . new Burdick
Relief Corps No, 38, of this city: Presi
dent, Mrs. W. W. Bonticou; second
vice president, Mrs. W. D. Andrews ;
junior vice president, Mrs. O. Gould;
chaplain. Mrs. E. Goodwin; treasurer,
Mrs. W. Rundell; conductor, Mrs. J. S.
Lee: assistant conductor, Mrs. E. J.
Sturtivant: guard. Miss Ruby Judd; as
sistant guard, Mrs. John Bar.
A committee consisting of Mesdames
J. S. Lee, J. C.Lee. C. C. Stoddard,
Hattie Evans, J. J. Christ, J. C. Halb
kat. E. J. Sturtivant and I. Taylor, as
sisted by the ladies of the M. E. church,
will give a New England supper at their
church on Tuesday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Fanner gave a 5
o'clock tea to Rev. and Mrs. J. J. Christ,
Mr. and Mrs. W. 11. Strong, Mr. and
Mrs. F. V. Edwards, Mr. and Mrs.
Harry Sample, Mr. and Mrs. P. Cusick,
and daughter Nellie, and Mrs. Peter De
Mrs. I. Peterson and daughters Artie
and Nettie arrived from West Mitchel,
10.. on Thursday, and are at the resi
dence of Hon. and Mrs. S. A. Hunt.
Mrs. F. G. Kumm, who passed 'the
week pleasantly in Blooming Prairie.
returned Wednesday, accompanied by
Mrs. Kate Kellner. or that place.
Miss. I*. G. Gies. one of our popular
teachers in the High school, will spend
Thanksgiving at her home in Austin.
Mrs. Mary E. Starkweather, of St.
Paul, guest of Mrs. W. W. Bonticou.
returned to her home Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Jones, of Fill
more, have spent the week at the resi
dence of Mrs. J. B. Thayer.
Mr. and Mrs. D. Shut, formerly of
Canton, arrived Wednesday and will
make this city their home.
Miss Emma Allen, of Preston, spent
the Sabbath in the city with Mr. and
Mrs. K. Knights.
Mrs. W. W. Washburn is spending a
few days in Preston, Minn., with Mrs.
G. W. Horton.
Mr. and Mrs. W. Utter, of Emmets
burg. 10.. are guests of Mrs. X . Elliotts.
Mrs. Samuel Starbird has returned
from a visit to Whalen, Minn.
Mr. and Mrs. Minott left for Minne
The Sons of Veterans gave the second
of their series of hops at their hall on
Thursday evening. The ladies present
were: Mesdames Dumpier, Mix, Fon
taine. Stevens, Misses Box. Mix, Mc-
Kenzie, McSrew and Fontaine.
Mrs. Anglim and Mrs. Judge Ives car
ried off the head prizes while Mrs.
Adams and Mrs. Thorsen the lady's at
Mrs. Carey's surprise party Wednesday
Mrs. Braley, Mrs. Mix and Mrs.
Robertson captured the prizes at Mrs.
Crumb's drive whist Friday evening.
Miss Jayen. of Ann Arbor college.has
taken charge of the High school room
vacated by J. A. Churchill.
The W. F. M. society of the Presby
terian church met with Mrs. W. B.
Daw ley Saturday afternoon,
C Mr. Lowe and Mrs. Lawrence carried
off the prizes at Mrs. Crumb's whist
party Tuesday evening.
Miss Gertie Marshall entertained a
party of her young friends very pleas
antly Friday last.
A very pleasant evening was spent
Wednesday last at the residence of Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Wile have moved into
their beautiful new home on Robert
Mrs. Dr. Welch, of St. Hilaire. was
the guest of Mrs. Judge Ives last week.
Miss Inez McGrew entertained a few
friends Saturday evening last.
Mrs. D. 11. Turner has returned to
her Home at Moorhead.
Mrs. 11. M. Pierce entertained at cards
Mrs. "Rockwood left Monday for In
Mrs. C. Page has returned to Fergus
Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Wigdal left Wed
nesday evening for Pasadena. Cal.,
stopping on their way at Salt Lake City.
Utah, to visit the sister and parent, of
The Women's Christian Temperance
union meeting was held with Mrs. W.
Duel, Friday afternoon.
Mrs. W. W.Williams and her daughter.
Mi Bernice, are visiting friends in
Blue Earth City.
Mrs. J. P. Forrest, of Estherville. 10.,
made her friends in this city a flying
visit last week.
Bae Blackmer entertained a gay party
of the younger misses of the city last
Miss Edith and Agnes Smith, of the
college, have returned to their home in
Mrs. McWhorter is nicely situated in
her handsome new residence on Park
avenue. ■ .• • . v.•
Mr. and Mrs. Charles are th
guests of Judge and Mrs. Stacy.
Dr. and Mrs. Blackmer and their son,
Baa, start Dec. Ist for Colorado.
Miss Nellie Rudluff, of Dele van, is
visiting Miss Eva Brown. .
Mrs. M. M. Luce started Saturday
night for Red Cloud. Neb.
Mrs. 11. F. Day is visiting relatives at
Mrs. J, A. Fuller has returned from
lowa. .'"".' f!
Miss Hale is visiting Mrs. J. A.
Mr. and Mrs. Abner Biggs celebrated
the fifteenth anniversary of their mar
riage Monday. The following guests
from abroad were present: Mrs. E. Hol
land. Winona; Miss Lora Hollister,
Washington. Conn.; Mrs. W. J. Dean,
Minneapolis; Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Pond,
Jr., and Miss Tilla Pond, Bloomington;
Mrs. P. L. Uttley, Mr. and Mrs. John
Spencer, Mrs. J. W. Sprague, J. B.
Allen, St. Paul.
The Ladies' Aid society met at the
residence of Mrs. J. A. Wilder Thurs
Mrs. Clarence Remington, Waconia,
is visiting her cousin, Miss Rosa Kohler.
Mr, and Mrs. George W. Murphy, Big
Stone, are visiting relatives in the city.
Mrs. Josephine Schneider, Hastiugs,
visited her parents during the week.
Mrs. Petty and daughter, Minneapo
lis, spent a "few days with relatives.
Mrs. George H. Kunsman visited Mrs.
James Newton at St. Paul Sunday.
Mrs. Hart-Ban, Chaska, spent Satur
day with friends in the city.
Mrs. D. L. Howe spent a day at Hen
derson during the week.
Miss Antonia Entrap has returned
from a visit to St. Paul.
Miss Emma Busse visited the Saintly
City during the week.
Mrs. John Buchanan and daughter
are in Minneapolis.
Mrs. Anna Carr, St. Paul, is visiting
Mrs. Henry Schumacher, St. Paul, is
Mrs. Sarah Daily has returned from
Mrs. W. F. McKav. a newly married
lady, has arrived in the city from River
Falls. Wis., and is comfortably settled
at SIS Nineteenth avenue west.
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Budden celebrated
the "crystal" anniversary of their wed
ding last Wednesday evening.
Mrs. 11. 11. Bell is in Anoka, where she
went to attend the wedding of her
brother, Arthur Douglas.
Mrs. George R. Stuntz leaves for
Europe in a' few days to be absent
about six months.
Mrs. W. W. Billion gives a dinner
party to a large number of guests this
Mrs. Mary J. Branch, of St. Paul, has
returned home after a visit with friends
Mrs. Frank Blackmarr entertained a
large number of friends Wednesday
Mrs. A. F. Leopold has returned from
Chicago and Milwaukee. . . . .-'.
Mrs. William McKindley gives a mu
sicale this afternoon.
Mrs. 11. M. Peyton is spending a week
or two in Chicago.
Mrs. A. C. Ely will reside"; in Chicago
during the winter.
Miss Edith Bostwick is touring in the
Mrs. Will Harrington, ol Tower, is in
Mesdames Long, McClelland, Slade
and Hunt spent last Thursday at "Oak
Cliff Farm." the guests of General and
Among the ladies who went to St.
Peter Sunday to view the ruins were
Mmes. Craig/Hunt. Lamb and Bond.
Miss Louise Robbins. of Vermont, is
spending the winter at the home of Dr.
and Mrs. Harrington.
Mrs. W. B. Walker entertained the
ladies of the Presbyterian society Fri
Miss Alden and Miss McClintock, of
St. Peter, spent Saturday in the city.
'Mr. and Mrs. Isadore Longini re
turned Saturday from Minneapolis.
Mrs. Foster entertained a few friends
at (*> o'clock dinner Thursday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. L. 11. Maxfield, of St.
Paul, spent Sunday in this city.
Mr. and Mrs. F. X. Merrill have re
turned from Denver, Col.
Miss Nettie Sprague spent the week
in the Twin Cities.
Mrs. Georgia Weil, of California, is
visiting in the city.
Miss Gonsalus lias returned to Cresco,
A party composed of Mr. and Mrs. J.
C. Fay. Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Pickett, Mr.
and Mrs. C. L. Crippen, Mr. and Mrs.A.
H. Burkdoll. Mr. and Mrs. S. S. Carpen
ter, Miss Ella Crippen, Charles Crip'ten,
B. S. Pickett. James Murphy and A. B.
Pickett, all of this county, left Tuesday
for Louisiana, where they will spend
The M. E. Ladies' Aid society has
elected the following officers: Presi
dent, Mrs. F.I. Clement; vice president,
Mrs. ft. Wells; secretary, Mrs. J. E.
("eorge; treasurer, Mrs. G. W. Jenkins;
directresses, Mrs. J. Pierce and Mrs. B.
The following ladies drove to Edger
ton and back last Saturday: Misses
Lizzie Hiller. Belle Brown, Lettie Joyce,
Nettie M. Smith, Lillian Green, Lou
Taylor and Mrs. J. 11. Nichols.
Miss Mattie Whiteomb visited with
the family of R. J. Butts, at Edgerton,
the past week.
Mrs. F. A. Marvin, of Sioux Falls,
Dak., visited in the city the fore part of
Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Chambers and Mr.
and Mrs. L. H. Moore Sundayed at Bear
Miss Addie Goetz. of Fairmont, is in
the city, the guest of her brother's fam
Mrs. J. A. Benjamin is visiting at
Mrs. James Thompson and Mrs. W.
Brown, of Chatfield township, called
upon Fountain friends last Tuesday.
Miss Grace Sloan and Miss Lula Al
lison, of La Crosse, were entertained by
Miss May Dwyer a few days ago.
Mr. and Mrs. William Davis will take
up their residence in Sheldon, 10., the
Mrs. E. A. Sloan, of La Crosse, Wis.,
was the guest of Mrs. P. Newcomc the
Mrs. Omar Case left last Monday to
join her husband at Fort Gibson, Indian
Mrs. Daniel Ryan, with her children,
joined her husband in Brownsdaie last
Mr. and Mrs. E. Blexrud passed last
Sunday among friends in the country.
Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Case passed last
Thursday among friends in Preston.
Mrs. Henry Beers passed last Tues
day with Mrs. I. Rose in Chatfield.
Miss Julia Welsh has gone West.
Miss Ida Mendenhall, of Rapidan,
is visiting her sister, Mrs. George.
Mrs. William Wheelock left for the
East last week.
Mrs. Charles Gerrish started for Cal
Miss Maud Wheelock has returned
Miss Lena Mills is home, from Pres
Miss Lewera Gallup has returned to
Mrs. V. Took has returned to Wi
Miss I. Burt is teaching at Elba.
Redwood Falls. '
Miss Lucy Rowe entertained a num
ber of young ladies and gentlemen at
her home last Friday evening. Among
the ladies were Misses Jennie Birken
THE SAINT : PAUL DAILY GLOBE: SATURDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 19, 183/.
meyer, Inez Baldwin, Lizzie Dunning
ton, Fannie "Everett, Maud Kerr, Rose
Lichtwarck, Mable March. Flessie Rob
inson. Anna Smith, Lottie Schmahl, Ora
Van Dolah, Jessie VanDolah, Minnie
Warner, Mary Weber. p"j r
Miss Anna Baade, of Renville Station,
visited with friends in this place the
past week. ,y < -AsT .
Miss Hellen McNamery. of Minneap
olis, is the guest of Mrs. James McMil
Misses Rose Lichtwarck and Mary
Weber left for New Ulm to-day. ; V
Mrs. S. W. Hays left Tuesday morn
ing for Eureka Springs.
Mrs. L. N. Rowe has returned from
Mrs. H. D. Perkins and Mrs. F. D.
Perkins gave a lunch party last Friday
afternoon. Among those present were:
Mesdames T. J. Preece, H. M. Kinney,
R. Mcßurnie, Roscoe Doud, O'Neill,
Chandler. Stewart, Brush, C. H. Mills,
S. B. Mills, Parker, Stevens, Shepard,
Cook, Nevions, Youmans, R. T. Lam
bertou. A. P. Lamberton. Webber, Gar
lock, McDavitt. Misses Mitchell, Nor
ton. Drew aud Moody.
Miss Mary K. Buck and Miss Gene
vieve Clark gave a musicale at the mu
sic store of Dyer & Bro. Tuesday even
ing. An interesting programme was
rendered by the following talent: Misses
Florence Cosgrave, Kate Gregory, Hat
tie Frye, Maud While. Nettie Felgate,
Annie Peregune, Jessie Slocumb.Laura
Brown, Ella Esmav. Gertie Herfer,
Glga Wilson. Delia Hass. Rosa Muller,
Letha McClure and Gertie Frost.
Mr. and Mrs. B. H. Langley and Miss
Langley were the guests of Mr. and
Mrs. J. M. Underwood, of Lake City.
Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Wilson, of Min
neapolis, were the guests of Congress
man and Mrs. Wilson last Sunday.
Mrs. Jacob Story entertained about
fifty friends at lunch Saturday evening.
Mrs. H. J. O'Neill gave a lunch party
to about fifty friends Wednesday.
Mrs. Catherine Smith will celebrate
her birthday Monday evening.
Mrs. A. D. Ellsworth has gone to Cal
ifornia to spend the winter.
Mrs. R. B. Basford is visiting friends
Mrs. H. J. O'Neill gave a 5 o'clock tea
Mrs. James O'Keefe held the Episco
pal social at her home Thursday even
ing and Mrs. Crowell entertained the
Congregationalists and friends the same
Mrs. C. L. Hathaway, of Passadum
keag. Me., who has been a guest of Mrs.
Robert Whidden several weeks past,
has returned home.
Mrs. Lottie Goss and May Davis are
spending a season in Princeton, Milaca
and the pineries with their husbands.
Mrs. A. L. Peters, of St. Paul, was
entertained by Mrs. George W. Morrill
Wednesday and Thursday.
Miss Jessie B. Gorton, of Minneapo
-1 is, was a guest of Miss Stella Storms
during the week.
Mr. and Mrs. I). G. Gow entertained
the Baptist society and friends Thurs
The Methodist society met with Mrs.
H. W. Featherstone Friday evening.
Miss Clara Davenport, of New York,
is visiting Mrs. Frank Tilden.
Mrs. A. Wescott and daughter came
over from Paynesville Saturday and will
remain with her mother. Mrs. A.
Hosmer, during the winter.
Mrs. Bobert Edgar returned from
West St. Paul Wednesday.accompanied
by her daughter, Mrs. George 11. Hos
mer. , y - ;
Mrs. Belle Townsend, of Minneapolis,
is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. '
Mrs. J. Warfield, of Eagle Bend.spent
Sunday with her sister, Mrs. William
Mrs. Dr. E. J. Lewis spent a few
days in Minneapolis the first of . the .
Mrs. William Clark, of Melrose,
called on friends in town Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. R. Woods left the last
of the week for Western New York.
Misses Loui Allen and Flora Truman
visited St. Cloud last Saturday.
Mrs. B. C. Lord has been sojourning
in Alexandria for a few days.
Mrs. V. A. Whipple entertained the
reading club Monday evening.
Mrs. E. Fairfield, of Osakis, spent |
Tuesday in town.
Mrs. J. H. Simouton spent Sunday at |
Mr. and Mrs. Percy L. Lord have
gone to Honolulu, Hawaii, to make that
place their future home.
Mrs. W. W. Ireland's home was the
scene of a brilliant reception Thursday
Mrs. A. W. Blakely entertained some
sixty of her friends Wednesday even
Mrs. A. Newton entertained about
fifty of her friends Monday evening.
Miss Sadie Scott, of Dubuque, 10.. is
the guest of Mrs. S. DeWolf.
Mrs. M. Cross was at home to a large
gathering Tuesday evening.
Mrs. S. 11. Merrill, of Minneapolis, i
visiting friends in this city.
Miss Josie Bamber entertained a small
company Monday evening.
Mrs. W. L. Braekenridge gave a large
party Thursday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. McGuane went to Chi
Mrs. £. M. Xowell is visiting in Chi
Mamie Piatt is in St. Paul.
A large company assembled at the
residence of W. T. Day Saturday even
ing. Numerous presents were left to
Mr. and Mrs. Day as a token of friend
Miss Bickerson will give an enter
tainment Friday evening, consisting of
music and recitations given by "her
Mrs. Dexter arrived Tuesday from
Chicago, and expects to remain 'during
the winter with tier daughter, Mis. Bab
Miss Jennie White starts next Mon
day for her home in Illinois, after visit
ing among her friends for a year.
Mrs. Lou Robinson entertained a
small company at her home Wednesday
Mrs. Hinman. of Chicago, is visiting
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mansfield.
Miss Viau expects to start for her
home in Chicago Monday.
Mrs. Girley. of Clinton Falls, Dak., is
the guest of Mrs. Lowell.
Mrs. Wright is the guest of Mrs. I).
Mrs. Miner has returned from Da
Miss Georgia Pickett, who has been
visiting her Bister, Mrs. J. I). Maxwell,
for some time, returned to her home at
Pickett Station. Wis.
- Rev*. S. W. Varner, of Buminisville,
Minn., was in town during the week,
the guest of his daughter, Mrs. W.
Mrs. Stevens, who has been sojourn
ing at St. Cloud, Minn., for some time
visiting her son, returned Saturday.
Miss May Stillwell returned from
Brainerd last week, accompanied by
Miss Carrie Moors.
Mr. Andrews, of Detroit, Minn., is the
guest of her daughter, Mrs. B. Car.
Miss May Brown is visiting friends in
Mrs. R. C. Meeker and daughter, of
Yaquina, Or., are guests of Mr. and Mrs.
A. E. Hatch before starting for the Pa
Mr. and Mrs. Hogan Berry, of Mil
waukee, Wis., are guests of Mr. and
Mrs. G. W. Batchelder.
Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Hatch start Mon
day next for Los Angeles,Cal., to spend,
Mis. H. L Eequier, of New Orleans,
La., is visiting her sister, Mrs. Dr. 'B.
Mattocks. • .:-.-'W***V : 'V
Mrs. W. R. Murray, of Lake City, is
visiting her daughter at St. Mary's hall .
Mrs. C. S. Meeker has returned from
Ohio. , y PP y
Miss Ada German, of. Austin, de
parted for her home Monday, after a
short. visit with her aunt, Mrs. H.
Weeks. . --.
Miss Flora Prescott," one of the Spring
Valley "teachers spent Saturday last
with her mother in this place. .
Miss Frank. Cook, of Minneapolis, has
been spending the past two weeks with
Mrs. G. W. Hard. .
. Miss Adelia Pickett opened her win
ter, term of school last Thursday at
- Mr. and Mrs. John Archer started for
California last Friday to spend the win
The M. A. B. society met with Mrs. J.
M. Terwilleger Wednesday afternoon.
The Methodist Aid society met with
Miss Minnie Dayton last Friday. ■ >v }
' Miss Fannie Loomis entertained at •
cards Monday evening. :jy;^..:j .
Chatfield. T; ;
Misses Fannie Whiteomb, Medora O^ *
Ferrel, Messrs. "\*» illiam Wells and Milo *
White, Jr., accompanied Miss Fanaie '
Willson to her home iv Rochester, last
Sunday. . -J '
A pleasant surprise was given Mr. '
and Mrs. Perry McGrew Tuesday even
ing in honor of the second anniversary r
of their marriage. M- '
Miss Carrie Chermack is visiting
friends at Plainview this week as the
guest of Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Langrel. : ;
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Easton, of ' La ' ;
Crosse, were the guests of Mr. and Mrs.
G. H. Haven this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Titus, of Rochester,
Minn., are the guests of Mr. and Mrs.
G. 11. Haven.
The Apollo Musical club was enter
tained by Miss Julia Cole Tuesday even
ing. * <
Mr. and Mrs. Bandle. of Winona, are
visiting friends at this place.
Miss Josie Moore, of Fountain, was in
Mrs. Barbara Dowlan. of Minneap
olis, has returned after a few days' stay
with Mrs. M. Haley at Fairvview.
Miss Maggie Caneff entertained her
cousin. Miss Alice O'Keefe, of Leb
anon, Friday evening. " • 'y
Miss Mary Sullivan has returned to
her home in Mendota after spending
the summer here.
Miss Emma dirty has returned after
a few days' visiting with friends in St.
C Miss Julia Mulleny spent a few days
last week in the Saintly City.
Miss A. O'Keefe and Miss Mary Sulli
van spent Sunday in Lakeville.
MISS Annie Lingley will reside in
Rosemount this winter.
, Miss Kate Delaney spent Thursday
in St. Paul.
Miss Ricka Catzman and Miss M. Sul
livan, of Rochester, visited friends in
this city the past week.
Mr. and Mrs. Reynolds and family, of
Blooming Prairie, are visiting relatives
in this vicinity. .
Miss Mary Htigunin, of Janesville, is
at Mrs. Myrick's in this city. ; _ y ]
Miss Sue Ayer was down from Janes
ville the past week. '.
for the winter.
Mrs. Thomas Lynch visited Janesville
the past week. •'. ; Y
Mis- Emily Anderson leaves this week
for Michigan. :■' <"' .
Mis. A. 11. Hay ward has returned
Miss Rose Oster is organizing a class
in music. r " "_ •--■'■'■-"■' -•'
Miss G rover, of Water is in this
city. - ■■•
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■'.I- '..: ''.' '.- '.:. Janesville. '.-.-.- .. •/# \ ' ■
: Miss Jones left Tuesday for her home
in Northfield.'" ■>■■■■ \r :
Miss Clara Davidson, of Minneapolis,
is visiting in this place. . '?".. t
Mrs. Sarah Moore went to Win,dom
Wednesday. . .*
Mrs. Dane, of Todd county, is visiting
friends and relatives in this place. *", • *'•
Mr. and Mrs. Dietidonne and Mr. and '
Mrs. Gnthfleiseh visited St. Peter Satur
Misses Breen and Ayer visited in,
Waseca Sunday last. ..
Miss Etta Morrill returned Saturday*'
from Morgan and is the guest of" Miss
Panic Peabody. • r ,
Miss Chandler, of Mankato, was in '
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Bas.,ett celebrated
their golden wedding at the residence of
their son-in-law. Hon. F. W. Hoyt. on
Seventh street. Wednesday last. They
were the recipients of a purse contain
ing **7_ and many other tokens of the
esteem iii which they are held.
The Concordia Progressive Euchre
club was very pleasantly entertained by
Mr. and Mrs. J. 11. Webster Thursday
Miss Bessie Fulcrut has returned from
a visit with her sister, Mrs. J. T. War
wick, at Fredericks, Dak. ;;.- -
• Mr. and Mrs. F. Verner left Thursday
for Lake Butler. Florida, where they
will in future reside.
Mrs. Charles Ward, of Ada, is the
guest of Mr. and Mrs. George D. Ashel
Mrs.A. B. Ashelman, of Ada, spent
the week with friends in this city.
Mr.-. Gen. Van Cleve. of Minneapolis,
is the guest of Mrs. 11. A. Hobart.
Mr. and Mrs. George Ratteray and
Mrs.Clement Ratteray,of Martin county,
have moved into the village for the
Miss Edith Woodhead has gone to St.
Paul to sptnd the winter with her sis
ter. Mrs. J. S. Langfaorn.
Mr. and Mrs. John Woodhead and
daughter left for Santa Cruz, Cal.. this
Mrs. S. W. La ('range entertained the
Presbyterian society this week.
Judge and Mrs. S. C. (lair will spend
the winter in New England.
Miss McLaren visited Mankato and
Madelia last week.
Miss Minnie McConncl has returned
from St. Paul. . .:::..
Mr. and Mrs. Dick Gage have removed
to Sioux City.
Miss Belle Drew returned from Shak
opee Monday, where she was visiting
Miss Emma Bucahnan.
Mrs. J. C. Nutting entertained a large
company of friends Wednesday even
Mrs. W. Burdick. of Ohio, is at Mrs.
Galen Coon's, on Washington street. | .'*'
Mis. E. Williams, of Minneapolis, has
been in the city visiting friends. «.'
Mrs. Morgan Emery, of Minneapolis,
is the guest of Mrs. B. F. Miller. :? • . ih
Mr. and Mrs. Simpson have gone jto
Chicago. ..'_-t -.'.;- , ' > ; if,
Mrs. Trusselgave an afternoorf' tea
Saturday. i n
, Moorhead. j -•>
Miss Carrie Holcomb entertainer.'
many of her friends Tuesday night,
Among the Moorhead ladies present?'
were Misses Marie Rogers, Sarah Bird,
Julia Merritt, Mary Partridge and 'Bar
bara Inihoff. - f*s I
Mrs. Andrew Holes has returned "from
a visit to her early home in New York.
Mrs. J. N. Margeson has gone ; to*
Houghton, Mich., to spend the winter.'
Miss Forsyth gave recitations in good
style at the Trinity church supper.
Mrs. A. A. White and daughters are
with friends in Minneapolis.
Miss Kate Lyon has returned to St.
Mrs. : Ruth C. Jackson, of Lowell,
Mass., will spend the winter with her
sou, H. Jackson, at this place. "
The Misses Florence Miller and cor
gia Morehouse spent Sunday with Miss
-Emily Miller at Roscoe. :. - *
| ■ • A. W. Cobb and family started Wed
nesday ' for Gordons ville, where they
will spend the winter. "'- ,-~*,'. -'.:>•
j Miss Anna Buchholz entertained about
fifteen of her friends at a euchre party
Tuesday evening. ' ' , : -
Miss Cassie Wells, of Pierre.' Dak.,
was the guest of I Mrs. E. A. Dickey
Thursday. - \ :
Miss Frances Ahneman is the guest of
Miss Josepnine Smith, y..
Pp--*^. PPPP Kasota.
Mr. and Mrs. O. P. Buel and . little
daughters expect to leave Monday next
for a visit of several - weeks with Mr.
and Mrs. Dr. Covert, of Arkansas City,
Kan. *■?&?&*. .:„•-.' Pp']'
Mr. and Mrs. Lonegan and Mrs. E.
Hunt, of Winnebago, have been so
journing a few days in town, the guests
of Mrs. George E. Case. '■" ... .'.'■",■. -'
. Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Burchard and -fain
have removed to San Diego. Cal., where
they expect to make their future home.
Lanesboro. ;y . y '.
Mrs. A. E. Easton returned home last
week from a mouth's visit with her
daughter, Mrs. S. W. Narrlgang, who
resides at Aberdeen, Dak.
A large number of ladies and gentle
men remembered the twenty-fifth anni
versary of the marriage of Mr. and Mrs.
S. F. Regan, and gave them a surprise
party. An elegant solid silver tea serv
ice was presented, the silver-tongued
J. C. McKendry making the presenta
tion speech. >■;'•'*''
The social circles of Fargo sustain a
less in the departure of Mrs. I). 11.
Getchell and her daughters. Jennie and
Gertie, to Washington territory.
A large number of society people met
at the residence of Miss Alice Johnson
and organized a social club, with Miss
Lainont as president.
Mrs. De Toe added greatly to the in
terest of the niiisicale given by Prof.
Smith's pupils Wednesday night.
Mrs. Carditi and Misses Laura and
Fannie have gone to Knoxville, Term.,
to spend the winter.
■ Mrs. Strihes. who has been visiting
her son. Attorney Miller, has returned
Mrs. S. B. Bartlett and Miss Beth, of
Casselton, have visited with Mrs. G. D.
Ellis this week.
Mrs. Sloan, wife of the popular North
ern Pacific conductor, visited in James
town this week.
Mrs. Wisner, of Lisbon, has been the
guest of Mrs. Col. Greer this week.
Mrs. T. W. Hunt left this w >ek for
Mississippi to spend the winter.
Miss Bessie Smith, of Durl)in, is the
guest of Miss Gertie Thomas.
• Mrs. Capt. Johnson, of Bismarck, is
the guest of Mrs. Col. Greer. •;: ..
Mrs. Raworth, of Chicago, is' visiting
her son, E. M. Raworth. - ; &.'* - ■'. '*''
Mrs. Dr. C. M. Bums has gOne to Illi
nois to spend the winter.
Miss Lena Berry entertained the So
cial club Friday night.
Mrs. W. W. Houghton has returned
from Wisconsin. yV'-'y Vy
Mrs. Leonard Ames lias returned to
Oswego, N. Y.
Mrs. M. Briukerhoff is about to leave
Mrs. E. B. Hance has gone to Eau
Mrs. F. E. Boswell has returned from
Mrs. J. D. Yowl-os has gone to Den
ver. Cal. *„■: :p;. ■','-':. :' : ~
Mrs. Sevier has returned from Hel
ena. -..-., T ...'■■
A small company, of friends of Mr.
and Mrs.. J. W.Campbell enjoyed an
evening with them. « Those present
were Mr. and Mrs. Belknap, , Mr. and
Mrs. Oliver, Mr. and Mrs. Kent, Mr. and
Mrs. Mackenzie,",.Mr. and Mrs. Potter
and Mr. and Mrs. Cady. ' <PP , y
Among Huron- ladies who attended
the Emma Abbott concert in Water
town were Mrs.B. K.Rouley.Mrs. Frank
Eidridge. Mrs.A. Davis, Mrs. N. D.
Walling, Mrs. Judge Spencer, Mrs. Dr.
Alford and Miss Hattie . McKennan.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank R. Pechin have
gone to Chicago for a brief stay. They
will join the passenger and freight con
ductors on their excursion to the City of
Mexico. '-'-;■' *
Mrs. T. E. McFarland, of Chicago,
who has been here with her husband's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. S. McFarland,
for the past few weeks, has returned
Mrs. E. E. Lewis, of Sioux City, who
assisted in the concert in the Congrega
tional church, was the guest* of Mr. and
Mrs. J. S. McFarland while here.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed J. Miller entertained
a large company of friends, the occasion
being the celebration of their first wed
Mrs. M. C. Gans. who has been spend
ing some days with the Gans family in
this city, has returned to her home in
Blunt. " .. :/, ;;;
Mrs. Dr. I). J. Wolf has gone to her
former home in Michigan to remain
during the winter.
Mrs. Charles Potter, wife of the rec
tor or Grace Episcopal church, has ar
rived in Huron.
Mr. and Mrs. George P. Swift enter
tained the West Side Whist club a few
Mrs. Frank Eidridge served tea to the
ladies of the Guild and numerous
■ Presiding Elder and Mrs. Bradford
are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. C.
. Mrs. Mort Davenport, of Wessingtou,
visited Mrs. (i. C. Culner this week.
Mr. and Mr.. Birdsill have gone to
The Congregational social Tuesday
evening at the residence of Mr. and
Mrs. C. E. Boyden was a great success.
The singing by Misses Mena Heegaard
and Sarah Watson and Mr. J. D. Carle
was thoroughly enjoyed.
. The ladies of Trinity Guild gave a
social at the residence of Mr. and Mrs.
M. W. Sheafe Friday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. John Kemp have re
turned to their home in Watertown,
Mrs. D. Gostelow has gone to Grand
Rapids, Mich., to spend the winter.
Miss Sarah Converse, of Grafton, Yt.,
has come to this city to reside. '
Mrs. A. McClintock and daughters
have gone to lowa for a visit.
Rev. Lotz and wife, of the Christian
church, have taken up their residence
in this city. : -"-y
Mrs. F. D. Hopkins is entertai ning
Miss Belle Patterson, of Henry.
Mrs. O. P. Kemp and children have
gone to Neillsville, Wis.
Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Mellette have
been entertaining Dr. A. P. Murray, of
Albany, Ind. y^,; "
Mrs. C. A. Crane went to Northvilie
Mr. and Mrs. I. F. West and -; family
have gone to Wichita, Kan., where they
will reside. : ;'.-y:.^y
Following are the names of the ladies
who assisted in the exercises at the
opening of Armory hall: Mrs. T. V.
Eddy. Misses Mena Heegaard, Maud
Stewart, Mabel Kingsbury, Cora Wiley,
Ida Mulhall and Addie Stokes, Evans.
Mrs. Mason, of Doland, is the guest
of her sister, Mrs. C. W. Stutenroth. .
Mrs. O. E Dewey entertained the
Misses Murphy, of Clark, this week.
The Misses Stanton, of Northvilie,
visited this city during the week.
Miss Florence Wilson left for Ells
worth, Kan., Sunday night where she
will join Mrs.. Lee- and family. They
will spend the winter . in Los Angeles,
Mrs. P. S. Gallagher, of Murdock,
Minn., has been the guest of her father,
J. B. Prendergast, for the past week.
Mrs. A. J. Lut.h departed for Ypsi
lanti, Mich., Wednesday l night where
she will spend the winter.
Miss Esther Small,' of Jordon, Minn.,
s the guest of her " brothers , Andy and
Edward Small. yy-'.-
I , Miss Ada Laird, of this place, has ac
cepted the position of school teacher at
Mrs. T. McKenneth - left for a short
visit to friends at Columbia Friday. .
Mrs. G. H. Baker departed for Britton,
Mrs. J. Alby has returned from a visit
to friends East. . : :P~PyPP
. Sioux Falls.
Mrs. Edith Sutton lias gone to Em
metsburg, 10., for a visit. * y. :.-. . * ; p
Mrs. T. F. Leavitt gave a tea Wednes
Mrs. H. 11. Keith entertained a few
friends last Friday afternoon.
Mrs. R. W. Codley has gone to Deco
rah, 10., for the winter.
Mrs. Park Davis entertained the La
dies' Aid society of the Congregational
church Thursday evening.
Mrs. Comstock, of Boone, 10., mother
of Mrs. E. B. Meridith, is at the home
of her daughter. N_SS
Mrs. A. B. Soraers, of Massachusetts,
is the guest of Judge and Mrs.. Palmer.
Mrs. J. C. Cook, of Janesville, Wis.,
is visiting her brothers, K. G. and H. T.
Misses Flora and Ella Nickel are vis
iting in Omaha.
Miss Etta Mcintosh is being enter
tained by Mrs. John Macally.
Mrs. R. M. Tucker, of Worthington,
Minn., is at the home of Mrs. J. B.
Olden for a few days.
Mrs. Maj. Fullenwider has returned
from St. Louis.
Miss Nellie McCormack is at Water
town, the guest of Miss Kingsbury.
Miss Wright ahd Mrs. Ban, of Bur
lington, 10., sisters of Hon. E. G.
Wright are here on a visit. y. * pp .'*
Miss Lucie Harnill, of Lochwood, was
over last week.
Miss Clara Doty, of Waterloo, is vis
iting in our city.
Miss Ileiss entertained a few friends
Mr. and Mrs. D. G. Tripp, accom
panied by Mr. Tripp's mother, of Fari
bault. Minn., have arrived and will
make Yankton their home.
The '-firelight" social given at Mrs. J.
R. Sanborn's residence Wednesday
evening was an entire success and very
unique. / ' -.;'.y.y :
John R. Petrie and daughter, Miss
Alice, of Tvudall, were in the city
Tuesday and Wednesday.
Henry Luebke, accompanied by his
daughter, Miss Amelia, has gone to
Judge V. V. Barnes and family, of
DeSmet, Kingsbury county, have lo
cated in this city.
Mrs. Rook and Mrs. Landis. mother
and sister of Mrs. J. B. Wynn, are visit
ing in Yankton.
Leighton Wynn and family, of Sioux
City, spent Sunday with J. B. Wynn
Mrs. Frank Bronson has returned
from a month's visit in Syracuse, N. Y.
R. J. Clemens, of Chicago, spent Sun
day with Mrs. D. W. C. Tanner.
Mrs. Susan Purdy. of Fairbury, Neb.,
is visiting her son, L. M. Purdy.
Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Smith, of Chi
cago, were in the city last week.
Mrs. M. E. Talcott, of Tyndall, made
a visit to Yankton Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Kahn are in
Miss Agnes Stilwell, of Tyndall. is in
Mrs. S.Weuzlaff is visiting in Mitchell.
The ladies of the Catholic church give
an oyster supper and sociable to-night.
Among the ladies who take a prominent
part are Mrs. B. Cox. Mrs. Darmondy
and Mrs. J. J. Skahen.
Miss Nettie Lewis, of Mina, and Miss
Bertha Sims, of Roscoe, are among the
young ladies who attend the institute
this week. . '•':'".." "':';■.
Mrs. G. W. Kyle is drilling a class of
young ladies who, with her assistance,
will render a cantata Christmas Eve.
Mr. and Mrs. Stout are "at home" to
tlieir friends, in their new home ou
M. and Mrs. John Cox left last even
ing for Madison, Wis., to visit friends.
The Congregational society met this
afternoon with Mrs John Rogers.
The W. C. T. U. met Thursday after
noon with Mrs. Rose Parsons.
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Parmley have
gone to housekeeping.
Mrs. W. F. Stickney has returned
Mrs. A. 11. Stowe has returned from
Clear Lake, 10.
Mrs. W. E. Parsons entertained a
number of ladies Monday afternoon in
honor of her mother-in-law, Mrs. L. E.
. Parsons, of Cummings.
The C. L. S. C. held an interesting
meeting at the residence of Mrs. Dr.
Teel Monday evening.
Mrs. J. Buttery, of Emerald, who has
been the guest of her mother, left for
Mrs. Doyle, mother of Mrs. J. E.
Cooley, left for her home in La Salle,
An elegant afternoon reception was
given by Mrs. J. W. Anderson, Friday,
from 3to G. ',■■'» • '."
Mrs. B. C. Tiffany entertained about
forty ladies at 5 o'clock tea last week.
Mrs. C. E. Teel entertained the
Plymouth circle Thursday afternoon.
Mrs. C. Shields and family left-
Wednesday for Great Falls, Mont.
Mrs. Ed and Wild Dow are visiting
Mrs. Frank Viets., of Minto.
Miss Mabel Storey will spend several
weeks at Devil's Lake.
Mrs. Gilbert M. Walker is a guest of
Mrs. 0. A. Barnes.
Mrs. Capt. Johnson went to Fargo
Monday evening to remain about three
weeks, after which she will go to Illi
nois and Tennessee to spend the win
Mrs. Asa Fisher, assisted by Mrs.
Judge Frances, entertained Wednesday
afternoon. . -..;
The Ladies Aid society met Thurs
day afternoon with Mrs. W. B. Wat
Misses Grace Braithwaite and Julia
Mclntyre visited Mandan Tuesday.
Mrs. David Goodman, of Jamestown,
is the guest of Mrs. Menzesheimer.
Mrs. J. S. Hillyer and daughters en
tertained at Chincheon Thursday.
Mrs. Anderson Healy left Thursday
evening for Winnipeg.
Mr. and Mrs. Dr. Bentley entertained
Miss Anna Louis left for Spokane
Wednesday evening, Nov. 9, a reading
circle was organized at the residence of
A. T. Cole. There were present Mes
dames Raleigh and Cole and Misses
Alice Raleigh, Etta Denio, Cole, Nettie
and Berth Parkes and others. The
society met Tuesday, Nov. 15, to
complete their organization at the resi
dence of George W. Parks.
The Ellendale Dancing club gave a
select party in the court house hall
Thursday evening last. Among the
ladies present were Misses Jackson, De.
La Hunt, Etta and Mabel Denio, Min
Miss Blanche Davis has returned to
her former position in the register of
Miss Ella Wells left Friday for Min
neapolis, after a week's visit in this
Mrs. F. S. Goddard -Is visiting at her
former home in McGregor, 10.
- Mrs. A. Chronkite has returned from
the country. .
Mrs. -N. P. ' Axtell has returned from
The ladies of the W. C. T. U. have
decided to establish a reading - room.
Mrs. Jackson and Mrs. Faulkner will
superintend this work. V.
Mr. and Mrs. E. Rain, old residents of
Grafton, left Thursday for St. Paul,
. where they expect to reside. .
"Aid. Weagant started Monday
for Minot to visit her daughter, Mrs. Mc-
Jaunet. , . . ;
Miss Lottie Upham has completed her
term of school at Acton.
Mr. and Mrs. Briggs have returned
from Montana. ppp..' ; : ..' P..PPP
Jamestown. '. ' '
Mrs. P. W. Lupher, of Edmunds, who
I has been spending a few days with Mr.
and Mrs. P. H. Foley, has continued her
trip to Pennsylvania, where she will re
main during the winter. .
Mr. and Mrs. Elliott Smith, who have
: been spending the summer at James
town and Canngton, have returned to
Mr. and Mrs. S. S. Altschul have gone
to Hot Springs, Ark.
Mrs. R. G. De Puy and Mrs. George
R. Topliff went to Minneapolis Wednes
Mrs. Otto Wonnenberg and Mrs. A.
J. Feezer have gone to lowa. - •_• V 1;
Mrs. Sam ' Matthews, of Casselton, is
visiting with Mrs. J. R. Winslow.
Maj. J. N. Low and family have gone
to Williamsport, Pa. izpL^
Mrs. N. D. Fanning has gone to Pitts
burg, Pa. y p-^yp": PpP,PP:.P
Mrs. J. C. McCrimmon and family
have gone to Beatrice, Neb. .
Mr. and Mrs. Alex Gilfillan have
moved into town for the winter.
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Bush are visiting
at Edmunds. ".'""~ ."
Mrs. Talcott and sister. Miss Squier,
will spend the winter at Buffalo, N. Y.
Miss Herrington, of Canada, is our
new assistant school teacher.
Mrs. R. N. Goodsell and family have
gone to Los Angeles, Cal.
Charles McCarthy, of Grand Forks,
is here visiting friends.
Hon. J. Mclntyre will spend the win
ter in Canada.
Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Ellsbury contem
plate a trip to Taeoma, W. T., in the
Mrs. McConnell, of Cavalier, Dak., is
here visiting her sister, Mrs. P. H. Mc-
Rev. and Mrs. Baskerville went to
Lisbon overland Saturday.
Mrs. J. W. Hayward, of Cleveland,
0., is here visiting her mother, Mrs. O.
L. Loomis. X '
Miss Grace Waterbury, of Cleveland,
0.. Is visiting her sister, Mrs. John
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Chezick have re
turned from Chicago.
Mrs. Capt. White went to Fargo Mon
Miss Christina Oslin will spend a few
weeks with friends in the northern part
of the county.
Miss Maggie Garrette is at home
Mrs. Benjamin Luce and Mrs.
Thomas Halburt entertained a large
company Tuesday evening at progres
sive euchre. The ladies present were
W. R. Hoyt, 11. J.- Goddard, Levi Mar
tin, Condit, 11. 11. Rowe.l). E. Seymour,
Ed Seymour, J. B. Kehl, W. F. Boland,
Hector Mcßae, E. M. Miles, W. H. Le
Clere, John Maxiener, W. Irvine, Sidell.
N. O. Swift, J. W. Squires, Eldrich and
Mr. and Mrs. George Burt were pleas
antly surprised by friends Monday
evening. Tuesday evening Mrs. George
Dickey was surprised.
Mrs. Condit entertained Thursday
evening and again to-night. Mrs. B. D.
Viies gave another party Wednesday.
Mrs. Campbell, of Stevens Point, was
the guest of Mrs. Kate McKinna a few
Mrs. A. J. M'GilvrayandMrs. George
Earley spent a few days at La Crosse.
Mrs. W. R. Hoyt and Miss Kittie
Stiles spent Saturday in Eau Claire.
The society of Busy Workers met
with Mrs. Hockinbrock this week.
Mrs. Walker, of Roolet, Minn., is vis
iting relatives in the city.
Mrs. Will Seymour entertained
Mrs. Gorm W. Rossiter is visiting her
father in Milwaukee.
The Baptist Mission met with Mrs. W.
Johnson this week.
Mrs. M. E. Quinlan left Tuesday for
Mrs. James A. Taylor is visiting in
Miss Minnie Tolford was given a sur
prise party by about forty couples of her
young friends last Saturday evening.
Among those present were Misses
Dimple French. Agnes McGlnnisXettie
Leases, Julia Kapka, Lulu Manseur,
Emma Ilendren, Maggie Ross, Stella
Steams, Katie and Julia Servaty, Claude
and Luttie Safford, Jacques and Gill.
Mrs. T. D. Condit gave a select party,
Monday evening, in honor of her daugh
ters Sadie and Amelia, who have just
returned from Olivett. Misses Dimple
French.Luttie Safford and Jessie Camp
bell were among those present.
Mr. and Mrs. M. N. Davidson and
children are sojourning with relatives at
Mr. and Mrs. Iritis J. Glass attended
the Hoskins-Trumbell nuptials at Mer
W. L. Hemphill is entertaining his
sister, Jors. Alexander, of Chicago.
Mrs. Fauver,of La Crosse, is a guest of
her sister, Mrs. Thomas Dickey.
Miss Nellie Robinson gave a dancing
party Friday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Cornelius visited
at Chicago last week. .;-;- y v .; rpp
Miss Edna Robbins was at Greenwood
the past week. .:- y-"' ::
Mrs. Dr. Pitcher has returned from
Fond dv Lac. 'y-;v
Mrs. Mary Walker is sojourning at
The Woman's Relief corps, of Eagle
post, G. A. R.. gave a reception Thurs
day evening in honor of Mrs. Gertie
Rogers, of Milwaukee, president of the
Wisconsin department. : >:.-.- .
At the Hardy school art exhibition
this week, studies by Misses Noble, Gil
man, Thrane, Babcock, Bellinger, Teall
and Clark were exhibited.
Miss Minnie Smith gave a progressive
euchre party Monday evening, at which
Percy Atkinson and Miss May Kelley
secured the grand prize.
Miss Susie Butten succeeds Miss
Emily Pratt as organist at the First Con
gregational church, -pp. ...
Miss Emma Argard is visiting her
brother at Grand Rapids, Mich. -.:.;,..
Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Jones have re
turned from lowa.
The Episcopal' society had a very
pleasant social at Mrs. H. Barlow's
1 Miss Katharine Coggswell,of St.Paul,
spent the first .of the week with rela
tives. - ■"■' - '.■ .*'-'; *":/-:; ;■ ppp :.pp'- ppyp..
The W. C. T. U. gave a very success
ful "old folks' concert" Friday evening.
. Mrs. P. B. Lacy entertained the Bap
tist society at tea Thursday evening. :
Mrs. Fratt, of Milwaukee,' is the guest
of her mother, Mrs. McCartney. >
The ladies of the Episcopal church
gave a very entertaining ; social Thurs
day evening at the residence of Mrs. Dr.
Clark. y-v .:"-/ ■P-PPP'P'P
Mrs. 0. T. Denison arid Mrs. John
Cliggett gave a 5 o'clock tea last Friday
evening at the residence of Mrs. Deni
son. ~:- " . ■-. - -.• -: v-- - -;■•":' -----••
P. Mrs. Wareham, of Plymouth, was in
town attending the supper given by the
Relief corps Saturday evening. .;■■.
Mrs. Alba Miller and Mrs. E. D. Fris
bee entertained a number of lad^ ;
friends last Thursday evening.; y
Miss Kate Paxton ' left 'Thursday for
Chicago, where she will take lessons in
music and painting..;. _ :. •••*
Mrs. S. H. Cedass left Friday for an
extended visit in Cass county, lowa,
and Nebraska. yy % ... y-
Tuesday evening Mrs. P. P. Hinel
rich entertained the . Fourth S . Street
Whist club. - -*- .-, -• .-" \ : ,p, ,-y.y
Mrs. F. Telford , started .Monday for
Kansas, where she will spend the win
ter. ;••;;■* ;,- , -.;;.-;
Miss Carrie Elite has been engaged as
instructor in the schools at Thornton. ,
Mrs. H. K. Perry and daughter,
Mabel, left Tuesday forElsinore, Cal. .
Mrs. Proctor, of Grinnell. is the guest
of her sister, Mrs. W. W. Knapp. ' _
Mrs. W. H.Bonton returned Monday
from a visit in Hardin county. j
The Woman's ", club', met 'with Mrs.
Moll last Tuesday, evening. .... . -*
Mrs. Sarkrider started Tuesday for
her home in Oakland, Cal. ■.„'. ..■-•«
Mrs. E. J. Walling will reside at Fort
Dodge during the winter. .--.*!
Mrs. B. Corey, of Waverly, is the
guest of Mrs. Brett. "■ >. ' ■ -. • $,
Mrs. Vance, of Sheffield, was in the
city Saturday last. " •'• 4
Mr. and Mrs. John Lewis have moved
to Minneapolis. .;"■;■ . * ; '. *.'.""/'■ '»a
Mrs. Fred Zoller left Friday for a visit
in Colorado. . .... ... .. ... s
Marshall town. • C,
A very pleasant and enjoyable ' time
was had at the reception tendered Miss
Mac Harris Anson, of Minneapolis, at
the residence of Mr. and Mrs. Theodore
Utz, 306 South Third avenue, last Fri
day night. The company was enter
tained with a reading by Miss Anson'
and musical selections, vocal and instru
mental, by Mrs. W. W. Doolittle, Miss
Anson and Messrs. E. E. Carver and H.
B. Miller. Those present were Mrs. F.
B. Garvin, Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Wilson,'
Mr. and Mrs. H. D. East, Mr. and Mrs.
W. W. Doolittle, Mrs. D. S. Man waring,
Mrs. Ella Baker, Mr. and Mrs. E. E.
Carver, Miss Hattie L. Brown, of Min
neapolis; H. B. Miller, Mrs. Watrous,'
Mr. and Mrs. T. T." Wasson, Mrs. L.
Russell, Mr. and Mrs. George Beasley,
Mrs. Nathan Worley, Jr.
"Them Boys" gave their third hop at
Music hall, Monday night.- There were
about sixty couples present. Anion'
the guests from abroad were Mr. and
Mrs. E. N. Pickering, of Boston, and
Miss Mac Harris Anson, of Minneap
The Chautauqua circle met with Mr.
Charles Trine Monday night. After the
regular lesson. Miss Mattie McMillan
read "The Garrison of Cape Ann."
Mrs. A. C. Abbott left Monday for
Ogden, Utah, to visit her son James.
She will go from there to California, to
spend the winter. •
Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Binford and Mr.
and Mrs. Grunnue left Tuesday morn
ing for a three months' tour of tha
Miss Hattie flisey went to Minneap
olis Tuesday morning for a two weeks'
stay, the guest of Miss Estella Shute. ».,
Mrs. Charles Heitchu returned Wed
nesday from a visit with her sister Mrs.
David Davis, at Sterling, 111.
Mrs. J. G. Hixson will entertain
about a dozan of Marshalltown's elite at
Mrs. George Frink, of Lyle, spent
Sunday night in the city, the guest of
Mrs. J. L. Williams.
Miss Beula Bennet, of Oskaloosa, has
been visiting with Mrs. J. M. Wood
worth all the week.
The Masonic club will entertain with
an exceptionally fine programme
Mrs. C. A. Harrington visited with
friends at Belle Plain, Tuesday and
Wednesday. .-■.--.' ■ -■
The Congregational Ladies' society
met with Mrs. J. G. Brown Thursday
Mrs. T. J. Fletcher gave a company
Thursday night for her two young lady
Mrs. L. Jennings-Hood arrived home
from Minneapolis Tuesday, to remain.
Mrs. C. S. Bridge returned home to
Norfolk, Neb., Tuesday evening. 1 ,
Miss Mac Anson left Wednesday for a
two weeks' sojourn at Le Mars.
Mr. and Mrs. George • Smith went to
Grundy Center Thursday. "■ >-■
Mrs. H. D. Churchill has returned
Miss Carrie Moler spent Sunday at
Cresco. "" : .*
Miss Leila Marshall has returned from
Fort Atkinson, where she spent a few
days with Mrs. Daley.
Mrs. J. F. Creamer, accompanied by
Miss Nellie Mullen, has returned to
Miss Julia Byrnes has gone to Fox
Lake, Wis., for a two months' visit.
Miss Frances Quillinan, of Elma, wa?
in town last Friday.
Masrhalltown, Io.: B. F. Allen and
Miss Lulu Mills. Charles D. Wiley and
Miss Cora Hamble. Charles Gustafson
and Miss Emma Nelson.
Elk Point, Dak.: C. C. Blair and
Miss Myra Mead. P. G. Page and Miss
V. D. Creglow.
Mankato, Minn.: Sanford S. Wash*
burn and Miss Minnie Comstock.
Sauk Centre, Minn.: E. 11. Grund
man and Miss Emily Shepard.
Eau Claire, Wis.: George B. Park
hill and Miss Belle Salisbury.
Chippewa Falls. Wis. : Luther Shut
ter and Miss Kate Mcßea.
Albert Lea, Minn.: Dr. F. A. Twitch*
ell and Miss Gassie Baron.
Henderson, Minn.: Henry Thoeh.
and Miss Charlotte Werner.
Brainerd, Minn.: Angus M. Brown
and Miss Emma F. Curry. .
Tower City, Dak.: J. S. Smith and
Miss Lura Douglass. . *
Seneca, Wis. : Fred A. Granzon and
Miss Amelia Leitner.
Northfield,' Minn.: George Simpson
and Miss Ida Houck.
Rochester, Minn.: Oscar Rom melt
and Miss Koenig.
Bangor, Dak. : Ludwig Hallauer and 1
Miss Theresia Patter.
Clark, Dak, : D. J. Quinn and Misa
Nellie Costello.~ y. ' >M
Conde, Dak.: George H. Small and»
Miss Ida Price. "1
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The most approved remedy for Cholera i
Cholera Morbus and Diarrhea, Imported and,
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by all wholesale and retail druggists, liattq}
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