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contests for silver medals Offered by
DemorQSt. of New York, took place last
evening in the Presbyterian church un
der the auspices of the W. C. T. L.,
with a large number of interested audi
tors present . . . .The Fergus Falls club
has disbanded, the membership hav
ing fallen to ten. The club paid
all its debts.... Mr. and Mrs. Justus
Pickit entertained a tea party Wednes
day evening, at which the following
we're guests: Mr. and Mis. Warlield.
Mr. and Mrs. Mason, Mr. and Mrs.
James A. Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Holmes,
Dr. and Mrs. Reynolds, Mr. and Mrs.
Parsons. Dr. and Mrs. Bedford, Mrs.
Wurtele, Mrs. Williams. -Mrs. G. F.
Cowing, Misses Irene Cowing, Jeanie
Angus, Pauuie Cowles, Fannie and
Nellie Phillips, Messrs. Phillips, Evans
and Foote.. .. Fred Grover, of "Melrose,
and Miss Addie Archer, of this city,
were married Saturday last. Rev. Mr.
Briggs officiating.... Ladies' guild.
of St. James, has elected Mrs. ,i. G.
Murtele president, and Mrs. James A.
Brown secretary and treasurer.... Mrs.
Isaac Westover returned Thursday
from a visit to Canada.
Clipped at Caledonia.
The, Oak Leaf Social club gave an
other of its popular dances Friday even
ing last. Those present were May Hic
kock, Floy Beldlng, Bessie Abbotts,
Anna Bovce. Ada Townsend, Leona
Abbotts, Matilda Dorival, Nellie Snore,
Lucy Dorival. Maggie Flynn, Belle
Striker, Louise Dorival, liobert Sprague.
Frank Dunbar, Edward Davidson, Ed
ward O'Connor, George " H. Smalley,
Leslie Emery, Thomas M. Abbotts, A.
P. Flynn, 'George Drowley, James
Royce, Michael Kobb, J.Frank Smalley,
Hay ward Marshall, Charles Metcalf,
George Kuster. George Gibbs.G. Snure.
A. J. Flynii.went to Fountain Sunday.
....J. B". Tibb,-ts, of the Bartlett Opera
comnanv, was the guest of Mrs. Frank
Blair Suudav. O'Brien visited
nt Hokah with friends Sunday — A
laige number of citizens surprised Dr.
Christenson and wife at their home Sat
urday evening, and were royally enter
tained... .A social hop was held at the
residence of William Leichter Tuesday
evening A masoue ball is on the tapis
for Friday evening.... addition to
our society will be had in the removal
lo this place of Lafe Whitehouse and
family, of Houston.... Aubrey, son of
ex-Register of Deeds Herzog, gave a
party to a number of his youthful friends
Saturday evening. The number pres
ent was forty. . . .Dr. Jensen and Brown
Anderson, a brother to Anderson, min
ister to Denmark, visited in town Sat
urday.... Hudson Wheaton entertained
friends Saturday evening at his home.
* The select party given at White's hall
Thursday evening was one ot the most
pleasant events of the season. The fol
lowing ladies and gentlemen were pres
ent: Mr. and Mrs. 1). E. Dunham and
Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Allen, of Rochester;
Miss Mina Humason. of Dodge Center,
and William Wells, of Minneapolis;
Mesdames F. W. Shinier, J. D. Sander-
Bon, J. C. Dickson, C. 11. White, ('.
C. Balsinger, Fred Wilson, N. G.
llazen, K. McNeil, John Flindt
T. A. Woodruff, J. M. House:
Misses Libbie Nichols, Flattie Woodruff,
Kathleen Clark, Julia Cole, Alice Bauer,
Kittie Cole. Jennie- Duigen, Belie Cole,
Ida Bauer and Maud Dickson ; Messrs.
Shinier. Sanderson, Dickson, C. White,
Bolsiuger, Wiisou. Hazen. McNeil,
Flindt, T. A. Woodruff, Gould, Camp
bell, Milo While Jr., Hewitt. George
Woodruff. Kadlitz. Giilett, Frost, Atchi
son, Bauer and Jones — Miss Hattio
Woodruff attended a party at Winona
Friday. . .Miss Mina Humason. of Dodge
Center, is the guest of Mrs. R. McNeil. . .
Mr/and Mrs. Case Allen and Mr. and
Mrs. D. E. Dunham, of Rochester, were
in town hist week... Mrs; Wilmot has
returned to her home at Manchester,
10....Mr. and Mrs. E. Woodsun, of
Austin, visited friends in the city this
week.... Mr. and Mrs. L. Bemis are
spending a few weeks on a pleasure
trip in the South.... Mr. and Mrs. Fiank
Green, of Minneapolis, were in the city
last week.... Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Bun
dle, of Winona, are visiting friends in
The Sons of Veterans gave a mas
querade dance Friday night. Among
the ladies masked were Mrs. C. L.
Hardy, i is. C. E. Welschess, Mrs. J. (i.
C. Johnson, Misses Winnie Bennett,
Maude Dodge, Delia Sloppe, Bertha
Foss, Anna Neste, Jennie Boardwick,
Nellie Ward, Sadie McWilliams, Flna
and Dana Russell, Florence tioodnough,
Thea Hazel '.-org. Those from out of
town were Mr. and Mrs. Joe Fountain,
Maud Pearson, Addle Lewis, Cora
French, Miss Nicols, J. 0. Barry, Ole
Satterlie, Misses Lacers and Caney, of
Montevideo Mrs. W. ('. Pinney is
entertaining ■- her brother, George
Piimev, of New Yoik city
Mrs. C. A. Stanpe entertained Mr. and
Mrs. W. W. Finney. Mr. and Mrs. ('.
E. Welschers, Leslie Pinney and Addie
Kibl.v, Monday evening.... Mrs. W. W.
Pinney gave a dime social Wednesday
evening for the benefit of Trinity parish.
. . . Married, by Rev. S. S. Russell, Mr.
Frank E. Berkley, of Illinois, and Miss
Mary A. Read, of Granite Falls — Miss
Winnie Bennett spent Wednesday with
friends in Sacred Heart — Miss -Belle
Jacobs, of Sioux Agency, spent Satur
day here MbsAlma Russell has been
entertaining Miss Annie Christinsass,
of Renville Mrs. J. G. C. Johnson
had as her guest the past week Miss
Carmie Hemming, of Renville — Miss
Anna Christapher. of St. Paul, is visit
ing her sister. Mrs. John Sanderson —
Frank 11. Barton, of St. Paul, visited
•friends here the past week.
Mrs. Fannie Kimball has returned
from Dodge Center... Elmer Kimball
has returned from Chicago.... The
Messrs. Moses, of Tracey, are in Lake
"Benton.. Miss Leahy Matson, of Wol
sey, Dak., has returned to Lake Benton.
..!.J. A. Woodford is at home this
week Miss Nellie Donovan, who has
been away from home several months,
lias returned — A. J. Grain spent
Sunday in town : with his family K.
G. Kimball was in town last week J.
C. Donovan, proprietor of the Tremont
house, has gone to the Hot Springs. Ark.,
for his health ..Miss Eva Bramer, of
Winona, is a guest in the family of W.
H. Bradley Mr. " Addington is enter
taining a niece from Huron, Dak. . . The
children's surprise party on Miss Madge
Whitman Saturday evening was en
joyed by about twenty girls. It was in
honor of Madge's birthday. She re
ceived a large, number of presents.
When it was time for the girls to return
home her brother took them all out for
a sleigh ride and deposited each child at
her own door.
Caught at Crookston.
The Ivy Social club gave the last of
their series of parties on Thursday
ovening. A large number were pres
ent.... Miss Hattie Stone has returned
from Minneapolis Miss Nelson re
turned home last week.. Mrs. Har
rington, of Euclid, spent Saturday in
the city..;. Miss Stevens, of Grand
Forks, is the guest of her aunt, Mrs. 1).
Jacobus.. ..The W. F. M. S. of the
Presbyterian church met with Mrs.
William McKenzie on Wednesday after
noon The "phantom social' at the
Misses Mix's on Friday evening was a
grand success.-' Some of those present
were Mesdames Dampier, Carruth,
Sweat!. Masrhall, Pierce, Misses Craw
lord, Noyes, Mesdames McKee and Cal
houn and Miss Brack, of St. Paul....
Miss Lizzie Brack, of St. Paul, is the
guest of Mrs. W. E. Sweatt.. ..Miss
Lillie Burleigh has accepted a position
as teacher in' the Wyandotte 5ch001....
Mrs. W. 11. Mason" went to Fre.cott,
Wis., on Tuesday evening.
Miss Anna Peters is visiting her sis
ter, Mrs. Julius Johnson, of Owatonna,
....Mrs. Charles Carter entertained
about twelve at her home ■Thuursday
afternoon at a quilting bee Mrs.
Messersmith and daughter Mattie are
expected home Friday from Wahpeton
....Mrs. Joseph Sell wan came down
from Minneapolis Wednesday to spend
n few. days with her mother, Mrs.
Sch wan. ..Miss Hattie Gault expects
lo leave for her - home in Otranto Mon
day Mrs. West, of W lis, is the guest:
of Mrs. Corogcr . . . . Mrs. : Coleman. - of,
Milbank, Dak., -.is entertainned by
Mrs. C. Coleman;.. .Mrs. Berry. of :
Preston, is spending a few days with ,
Mrs. U. A. Mitchell. ...Mrs. .Charles;
Buck, of Brownsdale,. spend last week
with friends. ..Mrs. Crawc y left
Wednesday for her home in Detroit,
Mich. . •. - ;> :
Mrs..!. W. Steel, of Wabasha, visited
the public schools here Friday.. Miss
Florence Grow was given a very pleas
ant surprise party by a number of her
young friends Wednesday evening: at
her home in South Red Wing.... Mr.
and Mrs. F. C. Boynton, late of Fergus
Falls will hereafter make tlieir home in
Minneapolis.... Mr. and Mrs. Harrison
Miller have returned to their home in
Stanton after a six months' visit with
friends in Vermont..... Mr. and Mrs.
Grant Featherstone ' visited friends at
River Falls this week.... Mrs. S. B.
Foot is home from a visit at St. Paul.
Mrs. O. E. 'Mount, who has been vis
iting friends here for some time past,
has returned to her home at Tracy...
Miss Lena C. Pfund has returned to her
home at Ada after a pleasant visit in
the city with Miss C. Brown — Mr.
and Mrs. P. P. Quest, of Win,
throp, Sibley county, passed a
few days in the city this week....
Mrs. Rev. S. Bolles has returned from a
visit with friends and relatives at
Cresco, 10., and St. Paul....Colvill
Camp No. 33, Sons of Veterans, U. S.
A., have issued invitations for their
second annual ball to be given at the
armory on Friday evening, Feb. 22 ...
Miss Alice Brown left Monday for Chi
cago on a few weeks' visit. . . .Mrs. Otto
Peterson has returned to her home in
Minneapolis after a visit with her sister,
Mrs. A. Josephson.. ..Miss Lizzie Park
hurst is a guest of Lake City friends ....
Mrs. Phillips, nee Fannie Jones.a form
er resident of this city, now resides with
her husband at Elkhort, Ind.... Miss
Georgia Johnston, of St.- Paul, is a
guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. 11. Drew on
Third street Miss Lizzie Kaye, of
Maiden Rock, is in the city on a visit. ■
Pipestone Pickings.; y
Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Rublee left for a
Southern trip Tuesday.. ..Misses Nellie
Kepner and Bessie McCareer Were
Woodstock guests la.-t Sunday.... Mrs.
11. Moore is expected home from Chero
kee, 10., next week.... S. A. Kim
ball was at Worthington over. Sunday.
.. ..Mrs. F. F. Burdette, of Edgerton,
was visiting in .this city last week..
Mrs. E. W. Davies was at Jasper last,
Friday.... Mrs. James Baird, of White
water, Wis., is in the city visiting...'.
Mrs. W. V. King, of Jackson, is in the
city the guest of Mrs. E. W. Davies.. ..
Gardner E. Hart celebrated his twenty
third birthday last Friaay evening, by
entertaining a number of friends in the
Calumet hotel parlors.. Below is a list
of those present: Misses Cora Mulville,
Belle Brown. Lulu Taylor, Lillian Hart,
AM via Aldrich, Dora Pearson, Lenna
1 lei mha ugh, Zaitla Ketchum, Nellie
Whigain. Carrie Dutcher, Addie Smith,
Nancy Stuart, Maggie Hutton, and
Messrs. Ed. L. Reader. Arthur Dutcher.
S. E. Wharton, Geo. MeGillivray. A. G.
Preston, Charles Mvlins. Elmer Dutcher,
Will Brown, Sam. L. Tea, LeviD. Wait,
R. W. Ashton, John Kufus, E. .W.
Crosby . . Mrs. George Walkup was at
Flandreau Tuesday.... Quite a party of
Baptists drove out to the residence of
Air. and Mrs. Fred. Coburn, on Tuesday
evening, and spent a very enjoyable
evening.... Mr. and Mrs. George Ked
mon and Misses Zaida Ketchum and
Nellie Whigam were the guests of Miss
Lydia Holpin, in Troy, last Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Farmer enter
tained Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Lobdi'.l, Mr.
and Mrs. John Leuthold. Mr. and Mrs.
11. E. Kalb. Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Flower,
Mr. and Mrs. Thad Wilkins, Mr. and
Mrs. G. M. Wan*, n, Mr. and Mrs. W.
Farmer, Judge and Mrs. J. Q. Farmer,
Mr. and Mrs. B. Thayer, Dr. and Mrs.
R. L. Moore, Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Wash
burn. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Viae!, Mes
dames A. Jones, Carrie Kalb, L. - M.'
Allen and Messrs. James Farmer Jr.,
Frank Farmer and 4). C. Allen at pro
gressive euchre Friday evening Miss
Lela ("lark entertained the Misses Clara :
Thayer, Laura and Celia Sullivan, Jen
nie Shoen, Edna Lewis, Tillie. Schraut,
Gertie Lee, Gertie Lloyd and Messrs.
Robert Lee. J. Stevens, Steve Lobdill,
Fay Viad. Ben Lee, B. Payne, Harry
Taylor, Henry Plummet*, Ed Lawrence,
E. K. Allard, Will Flower and Frank
Elliott Tuesday evening.
Blue Earth City.
Miss Mamie Temple, at her country
home, four miles north of here, was the
recipient of a surprise by the following
voting people: Messrs. Oscar Bishop,
Gal Campbell, John Kamrar, Theodore
Sly and Clarence lief ron ;. also, Misses
Gertie Schuler, Ella Jackson, Mary
Sanderson, Belle Anderson and Minnie
Whitfield Miss Louise Derke, of
Veronal made a visit .to friends of this
place and took back with her Miss Ella
Jackson Samuel Schuler. visited Rev.
J. E. Conrad at his home in Sterling
Center. . . .The W. C. T. U. had a grand
social at the home of G. B. Kingsley —
Jerry Trask and his wife* Louise, of
Bankroft, 10., and Holder Trash, with
his wife and sister Fannie, of Algona,
were here to their sister's, Mrs. Hall.
Mrs. 11. C. Bartlett left on Thursday
for a short visit to St. Paul . . . .Social
dance. Friday evening at Dunser's hall;
given by Messrs. Freeman and Hoi! to
their many friends .... On Monday an
amateur company from Beardsley gave
a concert and short farce at the Baptist
church. The object of the concert- was
to raise funds to purchase an organ for
the Beardsley M. E. church.... A large
party of young folks surprised Miss
Rot lie, of St. Paul, who has been spend
ing the winter here. All report a jolly
good time A. Huff was married
to Miss Reed, at Colonel Ttirpena's.
Rev. A. ('. Abel delivered a very
line temperance lecture Sunday evening.
St. Peter sauce.
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Pearce will cele
brate the twenty-fifth anniversary of
their wedding oil' next Monday evening.
Mrs. E. L. Yolk and children, of St.
Paul, have been visiting the family of
C. Amundson — Mrs. C. ' F. Johnson
will visit with Minneapolis friends dur
ing the coming week — Miss Sophie
Yolk was the guest of Mankato rela
tives during a portion of the week.:..
Mrs. A. A. "Stone. entertained a party of
friends at her home on Monday even
ing Mrs. C. M. Benham, of Merriam
Park, is the guest of relatives Mrs.
F. A. Donaliower entertained a number
of her lady friends on Thursday even
ing. l- : ;'-'.\ i/Xiyy"'.
The young people of the Methodist
Episcopal church gave a valentine
sociable Wednesday evening. It was a
very enjoyable affair, admirably con
ducted, ami largely attended.. ..Mr.
and Mrs. B. S. Cook very pleasantly
entertained a party of friends Wed
nesday evening.... John • Dillon com
pany "played before a crowded house
Tuesday evening, at Morehouse opera
house Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Sperry
and little daughter left Tuesday to
spend several weeks with friends in
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Baxter, of St.
Paul, are in town.... W.Baxter enter
tained a few friends at tea Wednesday.
. . . .The Methodist Episcopal Church
society gave a sociable at the residence
of Mr. and Mrs. George Wedge which
was well attended, there being 100 pres
ent.... Miss Hortie Freer- is home from
Stillwater , . . .The dancing party at the
rink on Friday evening was well at
tended . . . .The old settlers had their
annual reunion on Friday evening,
which was attended by the usual turn
out. . ' K"i(4*"**rj_.*
Mrs. James, of St. Paul, was the
guest of Mr. and Mrs.. D." L. How Tues
day . . .y Mrs. Fowler, of .Lake City, is
visiting her sister, Mr;. A. _?, Curtis.
THE -SAINT PAUL DAILY GLOBE: SATURDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 16, 1889.— TWELVE TAGES.
....Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Wilder- spent
: Tuesday in St. Paul.-. . .Mr. and Mrs. E.
Southworth visited St." Paul Wednes
day. ...Mrs; D. L. How. is visiting her
daughter, Mrs. E. L. Welch, of Hender
son. : ".-..--".'■.-• ■'■• < .':■"
The ladies and gentlemen of the Pres
byterian choir assisted :at the lecture
given by Prof. Northrop : Wednesday
evening. 'Those, who sang were Mrs.
Vandegrift, Miss Bessie Brown. Mrs.
Briggs, organist.and Messrs. Wilkinson
and Briggs .": ". . Miss Hilda Hanson enter
tained a large . party; of her young
frien s Monday evening... '.About fifty
of the young lady and gentlemen friends
surprised Mr. Otis Simonson at his
home; Saturday evening," and spent a
very pleasant evening. . ..Between sixty
and seventy of the friends of. Rev. and
Mrs. - Nord surprised - them Monday
evening, and after a very pleas
ant evening left, leaving them
a nice ." present of money . . . .
Miss Annie que, professor of music
at the Lutheran high ' school, and. Miss
Anna Hanson were surprised by a
large party of friends at , their home at
Mrs. G. Gtilbranckson's, Thursday
evening.. ■.'. Mrs. 11. A. Paitie is visiting
in Portland, Minn Mr. and Mrs. M.
H. Truesdell, Harry Truesdell, and
Misses Kitten and . Mabel Truesdell
started Wednesday for San Diego, Cal.,
for a month's visit with Mrs. Trues
dell's mother, ; Mrs. Dr. Merridith . . .
Miss Kate Oliver will give an elocution
ary entertainment at" Blue Earth City
next Monday evening Mrs. Boothe
and daughter, Miss Flora, of Alden,
were the guests of friends this week.'.
Miss Josie Batcheldor gave a small
party Tuesday evening, in honor of
Miss Kitten and Hassy Truesdell, who
were to start for California the next
day.... The ladies of the Universalist
church gave a supper Friday evening.
. . Miss Maud Peck spent Sunday with
her friend, Miss Carrie Davis, at North
wood, Io Miss Rose Horn is the guest
of friends in North wood, To... .Miss
Lydia Fisher, of Northwood, 10., is the
guest of her sister, Mrs. D. Flemming.
.... Mr. and Mrs- W. J. C. Herman. Min
neapolis, are visiting their parents.
Mrs. Eva Brown entertained a large
party of her friends on Monday even
ing of last week . . . .Mrs. John Skinner
and Mrs. A. M. Gilbert were both guests
of friends in Glenville last week. ...
Miss Carrie Gates was the guest of Miss
Eva Rable over Sunday.... Mrs. W.J.
Leavitt returned from a visit in Chi
cago, 111., on- Monday.... Mrs. D. W.
Flemming is visiting in- Dysart, 10....
Mrs. D. F. Morgan is the guest of. her
husband, Hon. D. F. 1 Morgan, in St.-
Paul.... Mrs. W. A. Morin is down
from Minneapolis for a short, visit....
Mrs. D. W. Marston, of La Crosse, Wis.,
is the guest of her mother,' Mrs. Gov.
Armstrong.... Mr. and Mrs. Baird, of
Austin, are guests of Mr. and Mrs. D.
G. Parker. ' .-
Mrs. J. C. Adams and Miss Emily Mc-
Hairy were the guests of Mrs. Milligan,
of Wabasha.this week.. Mrs. W. E. Per
kins spent several days of last week
with Miss Jenkins, of Kellogg.... Mrs.
C. E. Dutcher, of Wabasha, is visiting
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. Manning.
....Mr. and Mrs. Henry Dwelle enter
tained a large number of their friends
at a "drive whist" party Friday even
ing.... MissJosie Holmes, a student at
the Winona State Normal school, was
sojourning with her uncle, W. F.
Holmes... Mrs. A. G. Fowler left
Thursday for a week's visit with, her
sister, Mrs. Curtis, of Shakopec...
Mrs. A. Dorman, of Minneapolis, is the
guest of her daughter, Mrs; A. J. Greer.
Miss Alice Fowler is visiting with
friends in Durand, Wis — Mrs. J. J.
Doolittle has returned from a visit of
several weeks with her son, Charles
Doolittle, of St. Paul ...Mr. and Mrs.
V. Conkliu, of St. Charles, spent sev
eral days with Mrs. S. Benham, of this
city . . . . Miss Myrtle Dwelle gave a party
to her numerous young friends on Sat
urday evening.... Mrs. E. J. Meg roth
spent Thursday with Mrs. A. T. Guern
sey, of St. Paul.... Miss Etta Selover
was treated to a surprise party by about
forty of her friends on Friday evening
of last week. The chief amusement of;
the evening was progressive euchre. =- =•
Dr. A. W. Powers, who removed to
Mankato over a year ago, has returned
with his family, and will resume resi
dence and practice among his old
friends Miss Alice Hanson visited'
in Preston last Thursday.... Will
iam Paige, of Chatfield (township),
called upon her friends in this place
last week.. . The past week was rather,
on the social order beyond precedent,
by informal dances, both in town and
among the young people in the country.
....Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Ryan, .of
Browusdale, are visiting friends in town
this week. . . .Mr. and Mrs. P. Newcome,
of Lanesboro, were among old friends
here Tuesday last.... Mrs. P. Ferris, of
Madison, Minn., was the guest of Mrs.
S. Wier, the first days of this week. . . .
Miss Carrie Hanson and Miss Ingelbor
Sagdalen, of Soring Grove, are the
guests of Mrs." Elling Blexrud this
week Miss Genie Seiverson, of Flan
"dreau, Dak., is the guest of Miss Stella
Colby for the week.
Mrs. H. E. Doty gave au oyster sup
per last Friday evening in payment of
an election bet. Mr. and Mrs. E. M.
Weston, Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Gates,
Miss "Cook and George B. Doty, of
Rochester, were present. The I. O.
G. T. held a public installation and con
cert in their hall Saturday evening . .'.
Miss Mina Humason, of Dodge Center.
was in town Monday Mrs. U. J.
Wright spent Sunday with .her mother,
Mrs. T. J. Price ...The young people
enjoyed an oyster supper at Mr. and
Mrs. J. Singleton's Tuesday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Parsons, ot Dodge
Center, were the guests of Mrs. E. M.
Weston a portion "of the week .... Milo
Mattson and wife visited at Mrs. F.
Gates' last Wednesday.
Mrs. W. Wright, of Whitewater,
Minn., was the guest of Mrs. J. B.
Haines last week.... Mr. and Mrs. Gil
man, and Miss Lillian Hostetter visited
at Red Wing and Lake City last week
...The Rev. N. T. Blakeslee enter
tained the Chautauqua circle last Mon
day • evening. . . Mr. and Mrs. T. P.
Steams, of Cheney, W. T., are the
guests of friends here.. ..Mrs. E. A.
Benson has returned to Milwaukee., ..
Mrs. Sarah Cruft was the guest of
friends here last week .... Miss Sargent,
of Lake City, was entertained by Mrs.
O. F. Collier i Mrs. J. C. Adams and
Miss Emlie McNairey, of- Lake City,
who have been the guests of Mrs. Milli
can, have returned: ; y ----- .*
Mr. and Mrs. George W. Hay ward en
tertained the : following young people
Tuesday evening: The Misses Ahnc
man, Terrill, Cornwell, Jewell, Blood,
Platt and Swarthout; Messrs. Smith,
Ahneinau, Bunn, Miller, Darknell,
Dickey and Millinger.... Mr. and Mrs.
A. H. Irish were the guests of friends
at Byron Sunday.. '..The Amity Euchre
club* met at the residence of Sumner
Collins Tuesday evening.
Mrs. L. B. Tadsen went last Friday
for a few weeks' visit with her parents
in Dodge county, Minn... .Miss Lillie
May Merry spent Sunday with - friends
at Milbank, Dak. . . .Mrs. G. E. Mattice,
of Wilmot, Dak., is the guest of Mrs.
C. W. Stanton. . . .Mrs. E. T. Young re
turned last Monday from St. Paul..-.;
Mr. and Mrs. Noah Farnsworth are the
guests of their daughter, Mrs. Samuel
Akey .".";. Miss Mary Lange entertained
a few of her friends Tuesday evening
at the residence of S. H. Johnson....
The Ladies' Guild sociable, held at the
home of F. E. Wheeler Tuesday even
ing, was well attended. ~A_ pleas
ing programme : was rendered
Miss Alice' Raymond most pleasantly,
entertained her friends at cards at the
St. James parlors Thursday evening . .
Mrs. F. E. Wheeler on .Thursday even
ing gave a pleasant sinch party. Among j
those present were Dr. and Mrs. B. F.
La Rue, Mr. and Mrs. J. A, Laughliu,
-Mr. and Mrs.' E. V. Dickey. Mr. and
Mrs. o*.* F.Treland. k Mr.. and Mrs. C; W.
Stanton, Mr. and ; Mrs. G. E. ; Mattice, of
Wilmot, Dak., Mr. and Mrs; C.W. Jen-;
n ison, and Mrs.. L. ;B. Tadsen....Thc
Valentine sociable given by ■ the r Con
gregational ; society .Thursday evening
was quite a success," both socially and .
financially. . . .Miss Belle Thornton, who
has been a : guest at ; the . St. James a
couple 'of » weeks, returned to" Or ton
ville, Minn. — : " -"- r •- - : --"
Mr. and Mrs. E. v L. Craw,' of Fort
Wayne, Ind_, who have been the guests
of Mrs. G. E. Cole- for several days, re
turned to their home Wednesday morn
iiig...". Miss Lucy Curtiss. of. Waver!
10., is. visiting her cousin, Miss Minnie
C001 . . . . Mr5. Edgar; H. Loyhed and
children started Monday for Seattle; W.
T. - Mr. and Mrs. Loyhed will make that
city their future home. ...Mrs. J. Gil
fillan, of St. Paul, having been called •
here by the; illness ,of her daughter, -
Miss Mary Gilfillan, at St. -Mary's
hall, returned to St. Paul Monday,;
accompanied by her 7 daughter..*-..
Maj. Stern H. Fowler, a surviving vet
eran of the Mexican and , Indian wars,
celebrated his seventy-seventh birthday;
Monday, and received the congratula
tions of his friends. Maj. Fowler whs
one of the first settlers of Faribault
Mrs. Carrie Case,. after a lengthened \
visit in the East, is again at h0me.... ;
The musicale given by the faculty of ;
St. Mary's j hall Tuesday night waspa:
delightful affair. Among the. pleasing
features of the evening may be men-;
tinned the instrumental selections by
Miss Whipple, and contralto songs by
Miss Lowtlier....Mrs. G. E. Cole gave
an informal lunch party Monday even-;
ing. . .'. Miss Annie . Voltz entertained ;
her friends to a progressive euchre
party -Tuesday- evening ... Mrs. F. A. !
Theopold, Mrs. A, E. Haven, and Mrs.
J. W. Daniels will receive at the socia
ble of the parish of the Good Shepherd,
which will beheld next Thursday even-,
ing at Mrs. . Theopold's residence.. .."
Bernhard Schmidt is ; the proud father
of a bouncing boy. The young gentle
man arrived Monday. . . . W. T. Clark, of
Dcs Moiues, Io. ; D. A. Thatcher, of
Chicago, and Mrs. Clarke, of Minneapo
lis, are visiting their respective chil
dren in school here.. ..The dancing
party given by the Masons of this city
in < their lodge 'rooms on Wednesday
evening was one of ! the most enjoyable ,
parties of the season. Every one pres
ent had a .royal good time, and the
toilets were many and elaborate.
Among the guests of- the Masons from
abroad were Miss Caroline Stewart; of
Northfield, and .Mary. Stevenson, of
St. Paul. ...Owing to the illness
of . „ their y: ■ leading : man. Charles
Nelson, the John Dillon com-"
pany failed to materialize at
the opera house Thursday night..
The Scandinavian: Harmouia society
gave a pleasant masquerade .in* their
hall Wednesday evening.... The Ger
man M. E. sociable was held last even-:
ing at the residence of Peter Roth. . . .
Randall Fuller, of Fullerton, Neb.,
Henry Van Horn, of Chicago, and Louis
Filiatraut, of Crookston, former resi
dents of this city, are looking up old
friends — The Congregational sociable
was entertained last eveuing in the
church vestry rooms by Mesdames
Woodruff; Jackson, Spencer and Brown.
... Doctor Edmund Clements was the
unexpected host of a jolly surprise
party, last ; . Saturday evening
X, Haven gave a drive whist party to
his many friends on Tuesday evening.
....The masquerade at Kyllo's hall
Thursday evening under the manage
ment of Messsrs. Wilkins and Clark was
largely attended... '.An entertainment
by tne. Musi 11 : Concert Company will be
given this (Saturday) evening at Shuni
way hall.. . A select party of society
people, headed by Mayor Jewett, spent
last evening in Northfield. ...Miss Mary
; Hallet started for St. Paul this (Satur
day) morning, to attend the wedding of
Miss Moilic Sheehy. of St. Paul, to Her
man Kenkle, of Grand Forks; Miss
Hallet will act as bridesmaid . . Charles
Hill, of Fond Lv Lac, Wis., is visiting
: his uncle, A. L. Hill. . t;;
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, ., , Hastings Happenings. . [jr.
Mrs. E. Wi'Royce and two daughters
left yesterday upon a week's visit wiVh
friends in West .Union,. lo.. .i'MEj-
Grace E. Scott is visiting friends ""in St.
Paul Park Mrs. Thomas G. Jones, of
Waukesha, Wis., is here upon a visit
with ; her parents, Mr. and Mrs. James
M. Gere . :". . A marriage license has been
issued to Nicholas Link, of Caledonia^
and Miss Elizabeth Schultz, of this city.
-.-. : .Ths Ivy Leaf Dancing club will give
a calico apron and necktie ball at Teu
tonia hall next Thursday evening. 2 1st
inst. It is expected that it will be the
principal ' social event of the season, ,
also the last ' hop to be given in
the series.... Mrs. Magdalena Gear
ing was down from West St. Paul
Tuesday... Mrs. Peter H. Kuhn of
St. Paul, was the guest of friends ■ here
this week.. The ladies of the Presby
terian church held a reception in the
lecture room Wednesday evening. Re
freshments were served, and an excel
lent musical and literary programme
carried out. ...Mr. and Mrs. W. 11, Gil
litt returned to Wahpeton, Dak., ou
Wednesday .... Mrs. A. H. Truax, wife
of Senator Truax, is the guest of friends
in Minneapolis..:. Miss Belle Kennedy
is visiting friends in St. Paul Park. . ..
Misses Grace and Gertie R. Davis, of
Faribault, are here upon a visit with
their aunt, Mrs. R. P. Henion . . ..Nicho
las Riplinger and family, of New Trier,
took their departure Tuesday for their
new home in La Conner, W. T.
....Mrs.'; Nicholas Horn .is down
from St. Paul on a visit
Miss Anna S. Denny, of Hamline. is the
guest of Mrs. "Irving Todd — Mrs. N.
W. Kranz, of St. Paul, was the guest of
friends here this week...: Mrs. F. W.
Finch was the guest of friends in Red
Wing this week.. ..Miss Mary L. Fisch
er is visiting friends in Stillwater..
Mrs. F. W. Thome. of Farmington, was
the guest of Mrs. A. W. Gardner Sun
day .... A marriage : license was issued
yesterday, to James S. Callan and Miss
Mary Kennedy, of South St. Paul ....
Mrs. Sarah Hitsman returned to Boone,
10., Saturday..:; Miss Kate E. Rowcliffe
has returned to her home in Osceola."."..
Mrs. John Dick visited friends in Min
neapolis this _______
A quiet wedding took place on Satur
day at the home of Mrs. Eliza Walker,
The contracting parties , were Miss
NorahSyffertand William Christopher.
They left the first -of. the week for
Litchfield, the home of the groom ...
The Young People's Social s league " of
the M. E. church entertained their
friends on Tuesday evening at the resi
dence of Mrs. EL B. . Huntress . . '.. Mr.
and Mrs. A. L. Burgess were given a
surprise on Friday evening at the resi
dence of Mrs; Charles M. Bryant, it
being their twenty-fifth wedding anni
versary.*. ..Misses Edna Rich, May and
Mattie Woolford visited Miss Onie Den
nis at West Union on Saturday....
Miss ,: Minnie Bruce is the guest
of : Mrs. . George Babbitt, of Osakis
.;;... Mr. anil Mrs. W. S. Abbott
have returned from Minneapolis ... .'v.?
Miss Carrie M. Warner, of Ferrisburgh,
-Vt., is visiting Mrs. John Shepard. . Pi
Mr. and • Mrs. William Keylick came
down from Grafton, Dak., the first of
the week.. .'.Mrs. J. E. Rich enter
tained the reading club Monday even-'
ing. . . .Mrs. W. McNeice, of Little Sauk,
spent ; Monday in town :■ . Mrs. * C. O.
Tobey has returned from an . extended
visit in Mankato - and Minneapolis.. i.
Miss Cooper, of Blue Earth _ City, is
spending some time with her cousin,
Mrs. A. Erwin ... J. J. Boobar, = of St.
Cloud, spent Sunday with his' mother,
Mrs. H. A; Boobar.. ..Miss Flora Tru
man was pleasantly surprised Monday
evening by a number of her pupils. . .1
Mrs. John McNeice, of " Little Sauk, is
the guest of her sister, Mrs. S. Simon
ton. . . .Mrs. ; E. t Rue, of ; St. Paul, has
been' spending a few days with Mrs. G.
de ; Groat Mrs. -Laura - Hart, of , St.
Paul, is .? visiting her , sister. Mrs. J. A.
Morris .';';-. Mrs. James O. Wakefield has
returned from St. Paul. .•>:?;
.:... Waseca.. ----.-._■
Mrs. Bickforcl, of Aima City, Is visit
ing friends in this city Mr. and Mrs.
Theodore- Brown and family, will re
move; to Milton Miss*- Baettschen,*
,who has -' been : ill, is :. convalescent....
• ■ ■ .- - • --•■• ■ .-'•: • '•. '..... - :
■ Mrs.- Alexander Brisbonere^tjraed from
California an Monday last . The mem
bers of the McKuue Post, G. A. R., will
hold a caniD fire: sociable at their hall
on ; March 4.. Mrs. Thomas Corloss is
visiting in Wisconsin .'. Two dancing
clubs have been organized in this city.",
...Miss May Canfield has returned
from a visit with. friends .... The W. C.
T. U. meet at the- residence "'of Mrs. ■
Barnes on Thursday.-* last '•Among
: the Breakers" will be presented at ; the
opera house on Tuesday ; evening next.'
....Mrs. W. D. Beldeu and children
have gone to Caledonia:: ;;Ai congrega
tional social was held -, at ;■ the Grant
house in this city on Thursday evening
last; There was a large attendance., y
Miss Nora Harden, of "Wilton, is
stopping .. in town. . . .Miss Mary . Hu
gimi, of Janesville, visited in this city
Friday. ;■ .y y y .-..;■
Mrs. H. E. Horn has fully recovered
from her recent illness,... Miss Rosa
Breen, a former teacher in ; our Public
school, visited friends in town on Thurs
day last.... Mrs. S. O. Manchester, who'
has been visiting her daughter several
weeks in this place, left for McGregor, 1
lowa, on Monday last. . . .The ladies of ;
the Congregational society held - a so- '
ciable Friday evening at the residence of ■
Mrs. C. H. Bailer.... Mrs. -Nelson re-"
turned from Faribault on •"' Wednesday '
last.... Miss Mary Hugunin visited
Waseca on -Thursday last ... Mrs. ■ and
Mr. J. O. Chandler, gave a .card;, party
at their residence, Thursday evening
last ..A Miss Ayer,' sister of Miss Sue:
(Ayer, a teacher in our Public school, is
visiting the latter. '• '* .".-"■
'C " - : V -.'-.
, r .; / Little Falls. ; ; ;
. Miss M. Rugar, of Wisconsin, is visit- '
ing friends in town....L. B. Sunder
land, of' New Hampton, 10., was the
guest of Mr. and Mrs. fl. B. Tuttle dur
ing the week : . Mr. and Mrs. vß." Neal,
of Green Prairie, spent Tuesday visit
ing friends here.. . Mrs. H. A. Commer
entertained the Ladies' Working club;
Wednesday afternoon . . . .The : ladies of .
the M. E. church held a grand ; Gypsy
encampment at the opera" house Tues- ;
] day evening, those taking ' most • promi
nent parts being Mrs. * I. fE. Staples,
Miss Jennie Carey, Miss?' Windslanly
and Miss May Donovan -.v.. Mrs. E.
Rothwell's brother. A. Mann, who has;
been visiting her, has returned to his
home at St. Louis, Mo.... The Ladies'
Guild of the Episcopal church met
with Mrs. J. Simmons Thursday after-:
noon.. ..-.'-TV; v- : ■■•.'.■ ■'• ■ --.-
: ■- President Beaton,* of Redfield college,
delivered a lecture "Wednesday evening
on "Aberdeen, Scotland, and Aberdeen,
Dakota." It was full of happy anec
dotes "of Scottish manners, ; and con
cluded by giving an accurate history of
the Hub City .... A bell social was given
Friday evening at the residence.; of
Mr. and Mis. W.H. Finch, con
sisting of resitations. and songs on
."Bells," "Wedding Bells," "Bells of
Freedom," r "Chestnut Bells," and
"Beautiful Bovine Bells," with
milk-wagon gong accompaniments;;': 1
Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Butler entertained 1
a number of their friends with pro
gressive euchre Wednesday evening
The ladies of the Eastern Star gave
their second dancing; party Monday
evening. About thirty ' couples were
present... -.The. Ladies' Guild of St.
Mark's church gave a valentine social
at the home of Mrs. M. J. Gordon —
Miss Leslie Gage gave a birthday party
Friday evening in honor of her seventh
birthday Miss Ashley,' of Columbia,
who has been visiting Mrs.'M. P.
Sttoupe, returned home this ' week.
Al Ward and Skip Salisbury returned
from their visit .to the Twin Cities.;...
A. P. Anderson;' of the editorial depart
ment of the Daily Union," Saratoga
Springs; N. V., is visiting B. C. Yorks.
.'.-..A. A. Anderson returned yesterday
from the South The "Young. Ladies'
Euchre club met with Miss Carrie Paul
ham us, Tuesday evening.. T. S.
V. club met with Mrs;' Lo/jais, Lager, at
her home on Kline st., Tuesday even
ing.. ..Frank Beard left for- New York
and other Eastern cities Monday...'/
C. Sam Vroom returned from his East
ern trip Wednesday .:: James Irish left
Monday for Washington .Territory,
where he will - spend the , summer
The Bachelors' Whist club . met Thurs
day, evening with J. Carter ... The
Young Men's Dancing club : met at
Armory hall Tuesday evening.;.: Local
talent will soon give the cantata "Es
ther." They held their first rehearsal
Wednesday night . .'. . Hon. - Phil Skell
nian is at Bismarck ..Miss . Maggie
Rudisill, of Ordway. is the guest of Mrs.
A. C. McAllister. .Mr. and . Mrs. J. T.
Johnson,' of Madison, Wis., are. visiting
their daughter, Mrs. G. L. Farnham ....
S. H. Jumper, 11. S. Williams, E. K.
Lode wick and J. . C. Sunmons are so
journing iv . Bismarck — The Press
club concert or musicale promises to be
a grand treat.. ..James S. Stocks and
Miss Minnie Warswick were joined in
matrimony Tuesday. About fifty in
vited guests witnessed the ceremony. . . .
Will H. Paulhamus, of the banking firm
of F. H. Hagerty & C 0. ,. and a leader
both in business and society, was mar
ried Thursday, Feb. 14, to .Miss Alice
Johnson, at Detroit, Mich. Mr. and
Mrs. Paulhamus will be at home in this
city after March 1...: George Burgit
startea Tuesday for Denver, 1 Col., wliere
he will visit relatives... : Several young
people attended a ; dance at ' Warner
Monday evening .... The I. O. G. T. so
cial ;. Tuesday evening at E. Hopkins'
was a pleasant affair The Jolly circle
held the sixth of their scries' oi dances
at the Hotel Ken nard Friday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. T. F. McHugh gave V a
progressive euchre party Tuesday even
ing. Those winning prizes' were Mr.
Mrs. A. Marion, 'Mrs.' ,T. Grace and
John Coleman . . . .Miss Glover visited
with Mr. and Mrs. Smith, of '. St.
Thomas, Saturday and Sunday:. Miss
Lizzie Schultz; of Grand Forks, is in
town with Mrs; C.L. Prince.. ..The
Young People's Social club will meet
Friday evening at the home of Miss
Altha Hoople. . Miss Walker, of Grand
Forks, is stopping with her sister, Mrs.
Munn and attending the Grafton high
school this " winter. . . There ■ will be. a
concert and reading given . Saturday
night, in .the opera house, for
the , benefit of the schools, under
the auspices ;of the ' Glee club
Miss Grow, of Grand Forks, visited in
Grafton'- last Saturday.: .; Mrs.. W. C.
Kennedy has returned home from Can
ada .'..: Mr. ; and Mrs. R. Weagant are
enjoying a visit from Mr. and Mrs. Mc-
Jennet, of Minot Mrs. William. Mil
ler entertained the O. 0. V. society Fri
day night.. .. Miss Eflie Turner, has re
turned home from West Winchester,
Out .. .Miss Minnie Edwards visited at
St. Thomas last week — Mrs. W. Ar
gall has returned to Drayton .Mrs.
William Hogg, who . has been visiting
her daughter; Mrs. D. W. Driscol; has
returned home. ... Miss Edna Waldo, of
Drayton, visited friends in Pembiua
last week.. 7. Miss' Alice 'Dillion; of St.
Thomas, is visiting; in -..'. Dray ton.:;;
Miss Belle Ferguson returned last week
from a visit at St. Paul" and Minneapo
lis... T. F. Ncwans and wife, of St.
Thomas, visited at R. B. Richardson's
last .week . . : . Miss C. Haight has been
visiting with Dayton friends. . : Mrs. J.
M.- Graham, assisted by Mrs. Morgan,
Mrs. Newton and ~ Mrs. S. R. Johnston,
gave an entertainment at . Dayton one
evening last week ..A pleasant sur
prise party was - tendered ; by Dayton
people to Mr. and -Mrs. Gilroy Thurs"
'day-evening of- last week The, fol
lowing ladies were | installed as officers
:at the" last meeting of "the I.- O. ,G. T. at
Dayton : Mrs. W. J. Grahanie, Mrs. J.
McDermid, Miss '".■ Mamie '-* Kiiigland,*
Miss Emma Graham,* Miss Nina Turner,
Miss Mabel Thomson . Miss ." Powell,
of Devil's Lake, . is visiting her sister,
. Mrs. K. J. Far up, at Park River S .'. Mrs.
Wesley Hoople has returned to Grafton.
. . . . . Mrs. G. W. Baer -•*' returned I; home
from an extended -visit- with. Chicago
friends, Thursday evening."- • '
Grand Forks. ,- '•'- ; l£>^&<
.; Mrs. George B. Winship ' is '.visiting
friends -.. iii ■' La* Crescent, Minn';;: . .The
Ladies' Aid Society of M. E. Church
will give a Valentine sociable Feb. 14.
---.';:.. J.Hubert ? Vosburgof = this city and
Miss .May.' Snowden ; of ; Waterloo, . 10.,
were ,United r in I marriage, ; Feb. ,7. ... ;■
: Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Prouty gave a large I
party in honor of Mr. .L. C. Osborne of
New York -; last ? . Thursday ", evening. !
Mrs. Fulton and Mrs. J. Walker Smith
assisted in entertaining the guests... r.*
The North Star Social club gave one of :
; its popular parties Friday evening, . .•'.'.' <
Gertie y Wiseman .;• gave : her young :
friends a sleighing party Thursday ;.:. '
A progressive euchre party was given ;
at Pioneer club rooms Friday evening.
The •■• following' captured the prizes:
--• Charles Crandall ; and May . Dow, head ;
prizes; Will Gordon, and May Riley,
foot prizes....: A .number- of friends
were entertained by Mrs. George Bull
last week .... Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Jer
maine returned from - Michigan ." last
week;.'.;. A "pound" party was given
in the rectory of St.; Paul's church
Thursday evening. .'. . . Mr. and Mrs. J.
H. ■•■"• Vosburgh : will be "at home" to
their friends after . Feb. 15....*.
Mr. and Mrs. E. Knappen, of Fisher,
were in town the first of the week . . .
A large party of friends were. enter
tained, by Mrs. E. Prouty last week.
"Jumbo" and many other --interesting
games were played during the evening.
: V. .Miss Mary Choate, of Adrian, Mich.,
is a guest of : Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Jer
maine Mrs. W. H. Adams, of Bucy
rus, 0., is the guest of her brother, O.
O. Mercer.... Rev. J. A. Chamberlain,
wife and family, arrived from Berlin,
-Wis., -and will make this city
their permanent home ...Miss Nettie
Cooper returned from Emerson
Mr. and Mrs. Max Wittelshofer will
leave next week for a trip through the
East, and will attend the inauguration
at y Washington .... Bishop - Walker
preached eloquently at the Episcopal
church Thursday evening.... Miss Min
nie Grow visited Grafton friends - last
week. . . Lira Upham is visiting friends
in St. Paul.... Mrs. T.L. Richmond re
turned from a three mouths' visit with
: relatives in Kansas . . . A bubble = party
was given at the residence of Mr. and
Mrs. R. Barnett Saturday evening.
; Miss Elliott supervised the affair. . . .A
german will be given at : Pioneer club'
rooms Friday evening.
. Gen. Sturgis is visiting his daughter,
Mrs. John D. Lawler '.'. Mr. and Mrs.
J. S. Watson, of Jamestown, are in the
city, the guests of Hon. and Mrs. J. M.
Quinn.. „Mrs. J. R. Gage gave a whist
party last week. The invited guests
. were Hon. and Mrs. M. L. McCormack,
Judge and Mrs. Francis, Mr. and Mrs.
■J. S. Morehouse,* Mr; and Mrs. Frank
Morse, Mr. and Mrs. A. jS. Goff, .
Mr. and Mrs. F. V. Barnes, Mr.
and Mrs. E.H. Wilson, Mr. and
Mrs. Gerald .- Pierce, Dr. and Mrs.
Eraser, Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Perkins.
Misses Barnes, Comerford, Joslin :
Messrs. Heron, Hon; Oscar E. Rea. Dr.
De Puy and Dr. Porter . . . Hon. and
Mrs. J. D; Lawler gave a dinner party
for their father, (ten. Sturgis, Thursday
evening — Silver Star club gave
the last of their first series of dances
this week ..The G. A. R boys had
a camp fire at the Athena-urn
last week. Mrs. Alex Hughes
and Mrs. Judge Francis gave recita
tions.. ..The ladies who visited the
house last week during the "woman
suffrage" contest were Mrs. E. H.
Wilson, Mrs. James A. Ward, Mrs. M.
L; McCormack, Mrs. George 11. Walsh,
Mrs. J. D. Lawler, Mrs. Barker. Mrs.
Johnson, Mrs. Gov; Fierce, Mrs. Gerald
Pierce, Mrs.' G. I*. M. Jamison,' Mrs.
Palmer, Mrs. 11. 11. Day, Mrs. Capt. Van
Etten, Mrs. John S. Patten, Mrs.
Speaker Keith, «Mrs. W. T. Perkins;
Misses Matson, Fasten and Stewart....
Mrs. John Thorn wald has returned
from her visit to Beaver, Minn.. ..The
ladies ol the Woman's Christian Tem
perance union reading rooms gave a so
ciable last Wednesday. Mrs. Capt. Van :
Etten gave an original recitation....
Mrs. Alex Hughes read an original essay
on "Our Bachelor Soldiers" at the camp
fire last wcek.:**TAu interesting re
ligious meeting was held last Sun
day -at the v penitentiary by Capt
and Mrs. Van Etten.. ..Mrs. O. S. Goff
gave another whist party last week. . . . i
Mr. and Mrs. John R. Davidson gave a
valentine party at their home at Brae
side.. ..Mrs.; J. . S. Morehouse gave i
whist party Friday evening.... Cards
are out for the marriage of Miss Cora
Barnes, daughter of O. R. Barnes, to
Thomas P. Heron, of the Bismarck Na
tional Bank. • • ; . r ~-'l.
Mrs. D. R. Miller and daughter Ade
laide are visiting friends at Aberdeen
Miss Anna Sheridan came down
from Northville and spent Sunday with
friends here.... Mrs. M. Sullivan vis
ited at Raymond on Wednesday. . . . Mr.
and Mrs. Ed Dodge, of Aberdeen, spent
Tuesday with friends in the city . .
Rev. E. S. Wallace, of Aberdeen, was
the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Ferguson on
Sunday ..Mrs. 11. D. Day has returned
from an extended. vistit at Yerdon
Miss Lillian Weeks, of Dcs
Moines, 10., assisted by Mrs. Delia
Wheeler, gave : , a concert at the
M. E. church on Tuesday evening. ...
Mr. and Mrs. Van Arcler gave a de
lightful "At Home" on Monday even
ing, the anniversary of their wedding.
Among the guests were the following:
Madames Bromley, Cole, *- Hadley,
Welch, Lovejoy, Kemerer. Dodge, Com
ric, Ferguson, Dawes, Chandler, Ward,
Friburg, Page, Goodwin and Martin;
Misses Miller, Ida and Delia Dann,
Murphy and Walsh; Messrs. Cole, Had
ley, Kemerer, Dodge, Comrie, Ferguson,
Dawes, Chandler, Ward, Goodwin, Fri
bury, Martin, Walsh, Randall, Bene
dict, Mathews, I. Goodwin, Birdslcy,
Taylor, Vinton, Hinsman, Fargo and
Dr. and Mrs. Satterthwait have gone
to Chicago Mr. and Mrs. James Ken
nedy and niece, Miss Kennedy/visited
Sheldon this week. . . .Mrs. Lippy has
charge oi the ladies' gymnasium class.
....Mr. and Mrs. William ..-.-Aylmer
are visiting in New Orleans....
The Ladies' Aid ._ Society of
Gethsemane church met with Mrs. Col.
Dodge ; last Thursday afternoon....
Miss Lizzie Russell has returned to her
home at Neenah, Wis. . ; .Miss McGeoy
has accepted a position in the office of
Col. Dodge.. Mrs. George A.Putnam
entertained the Comedy club at her
rooms in the Columbia hotel ' Wednes
day evening. Present i were Judge
and Mrs. Mulcahy, Mr. and Mrs; Wal
ter Thompson, Mr. and Mrs. Schruth,
Mrs. Col. Dodge, Mrs. Col. Greene, Mrs.
Hoag, Miss : Flint, Miss McGeoy. and
Miss Davie Mrs. N. Stanford has
gone to Kansas City ....Mrs. 11. Mc-
Hugh; of Langdon, was in the city
Tuesday.... Mrs. Col. Douglas is home
from a visit to Milwaukee.
The Grand Army post is preparing
for a celebration of Washington's birth
day....Mrs. D. . M. Inmau and her
mother, Mrs. William Lewis, are visit
ing at Sioux Falls 11. H. Richardson
is passing the .week at Sioux City —
Mrs. William Blosser, of Sioux Falls, is
a guest at the home of Dr. C. A. Maxon
this ; week . . . .George L. Beckett : and
daughter, of - Emmcttsbiirg, lowa, are
in "the city.. Walter Whittaker left
Friday for Cedar Rapids, to remain in
definitely.. Redmond Hand, a former
resident, is here on a visit. ...Dr. Olson,
of the university, is at Bismarck again.
.....The pupils at the public schools give
an entertainment Friday evening, Feb.
15. The programme is a very good one.
Proceeds arc to go to the school library.
.. ;. T. R. Gctman, an old resident, died
here last week. . . .Roller skating is again
popular here. One small rink has been
opened, and there is talk of opening the
large one again. -. y
Miss Trienniee Gilbert gave a pro
gressive euchre party Thursday even
ing '.'. Invitations are out " for a card
party to be given on Thursday evening,
the 14th, by Misses Emma and Margaret
Edgerton .-. .-. A . musical entertainment
is soon to be given by the , ladies < of ; the
'■ Episcopal > church :".-. '. Mrs. Charles Wil
i cox has returned from Minneapolis.. ..* ;
Mr. and ■ Mrs. S. ;. J ;'" Moore * were .the
guests -T- of - Mrs, ' C, -"ll.* Shaw
. Sunday.... Miss . Lottie . Kimbell : left
for Milwaukee : Monday .-.".". Mrs. L.
: Kennard :• "- returned .': *. from ; Omaha
■ Monday, where she has been the guest
of Mrs. Dr. Burr.... R. T. ■ Robin
son has returned from — Rev.
and Mrs. E. Wykoff left for Plankin
ton Tuesday.. '..Miss Kate- Conway is
: home -. from Sioux . City . ... Mr. Turner,
of Plankinton, spent Sunday with his
daughter, _ Miss "Lillie.. Mrs. L. N.
Seaman * entertained' the Ladies' Chau
tauqua circle .Tuesday evening.;.: Mrs.
11. 11. Dwight and daughter returned to
Plankinton Tuesday.. Mrs. C. Conk
lin and . Mrs.„A. G. Phelps went North
. .-. -.i'-ii" • : Ipswich Items.
Mrs. W. V. Duggan, her son and
daughter, have returned from their win
ter's visit in . Pennsylvania — Mr. and
Mrs; W. G. Morgan will goto their farm
this week and remain through the sum
mer....Miss Gertrude Williams will re
turn to Redfield on Saturday.. ..Mr. and
Mrs. John liawley, of Roscoe.aro spend
ing a few days with Mrs. J. H.Marshall
."; . Mrs. Fred Hubbard entertained a
large number of friends ' this week;. .
Mrs. J. Brown entertained a large num
ber of friends yesterday Mrs. G. J.
Barker will give a 5 o'clock tea to the
ladies of the W.C. T. U. on Thursday .
Mr. and Mrs. John M.Davis are visit
ing in Vermillion county, 111 Miss
Gertie Pratt gave a select party Tues
day evening in honor" of Miss Josie
Heislcr, of 81unt.... Miss L. L. Ray
mond is visiting relatives in 10wa....
The ladies' guild of Grace church gave
a very enjoyable phantom party at the
house of Mr. and Mrs. .F. F. Smith
Thursday night. . . .Miss Georgia Am
brose is home from a" several months'
visit at Wyoming, lowa. ...The Alpha
club was entertained Friday afternoon
at the house of Mrs. N. T. Smith.
George H.Barnes went to Sherman
to-day on legal business ...C.X.Sew
ard came up from Castlewood ; to-day,
where he had been on legal business.
.... Rev. R. C. St. Claire, pastor of the
M. E. church of Henry, is in the city to
day W. O. Carleton returned from
his visit to Illinois last week. . ..Mrs. W.
F. : Gorrie and her son Frank are so
journing in Wisconsin — O. D. Stevens
returned from his Snarta visit Friday.
... Ed C.Rice has returned from Chi
cago, where he has been for a tew days
on business. '-';:y ~ '^'>"y ?•
Mrs. William T. Puglus the guest of
friends at Madison, Wis.... Mrs. A. F.
Parks spent the week with friends at
Deronda....Miss Hattie' Nauman, who
has been the guest of Mrs. W. F. But
terfield. returned to Chippewa Fa 115....
Mrs. E. W. Stevens entertained the
West Side Whist . club.... Mrs. Frank
Sebenthall entertained Wednesday
evening.. ..Mrs. Ezra Rust, of Saginaw,
Mich., and Miss Kelley, of Detroit, are
visiting Mrs. Jane Rust.... Miss Sadie.
Morgan, of Ogdensburg, N. V., is the
guest of her sister, Mrs. E. J. Aldrich
Miss Jennie Doherty, of Hoi ton.
Me., has returned home after a long
visit with relatives — Miss
Maggie Fox entertained a large party
of her young lady friends on Wednes
day evening . . .Mrs. W. 11. Stockwell
entertained Wednesday evening.... Mr.
and Mrs. W. W. Palmer gave a large
party Tuesday evening in celebration
of Mr. Palmer's birthday anniversary.
. . . .Miss Helen Patterson, who is soon
to wed M. E. Moats, has resigned
her position in the West side schools.
.. Mrs. E. M. Rowland spent the week
with Durand friends.... Mrs. C; F.
Winslow, who has been visiting her
husband's parents at Rockford, 111., has
returned home . . .Miss Kate Hennebery
is visiting at Stillwater.... Mrs. F. C.
Rowell leaves soon for Arkansas to
join her husband and remain for the
winter ...Mrs. 11. C. Van Hoven
berg received friends at an evening
party:. ?: Miss Susie Spaulding enter
tained the East Side Whist club. . . .Miss
Birdie Hunter* entertained about fifty
friends at her homo on Chippewa street
Tuesday evening .... The concert given
at the Rifles' armory Tuesday evening
by Miss Carrie Swasey, assisted by
Misses McPheeters, Miriam, Williams
and Fair, Mrs. W. K. Galloway and
Messrs. Ferber, Thrane.'Arries, Harri
gan, Abel and . Porter was a pleasant
and successful entertainment... Al
toona young ladies will give a grand
ball at the K. of P. hall the IMb. Misses
Marian and Grevy will be the hostesses.
A large number from this city will at
Picked at Preston.
'1 be young people of Preston gave an
other of their delightful club parties in
the Masonic building Friday evening of
last week. The following ladies were
present: Mesdames A. Hall, W. fc.
Bigelow. M. J. Dent, J. D. Marlong, J.
Turk, Mrs. Rowley, 11. C. Pooler, Joe
O'Brien; Misses May Chalfant, May
O'Brien, Laura Read, . Nellie Reade,
Lelia Cooley, Deltia Murrell, Floy
Barnes, Hannah Beardsly, -Edeth Poo
ler, Minnie Shoeubaum, Metta Pickett,
Gertie Mann, Minnie, Ginder. . . .Mrs.
Anna Oustine, of Elkton, Dak., is
among relatives at Preston — The la
dies of the Methodist Aid society filled
the parlor of Mrs. T. Hall Friday after
noon . . . .Misses May Chalfant, Metta
Pickett and Adda ' Picke t: spent last
Sabbath with Mrs. J. Pickett, of
Carmonia... ; Miss Hide,"- of La Crosse,
Wis., . was in Preston this week....
Mrs. J. D. Malouy gave a progressive
euchre party to a few friends Monday
evening. Refreshments of cake and
coffee were served at 10:30 o'clock.
Head prizes were awarded to Mrs.
Rowly and A. W. Thompson, ' foot
prizes to Miss Ollie Weizer -end Mr.
Rowly. The guests were Mr. and Mrs.
A. W" Thompson, Mr. and Mrs. W. E.
Bigelow, Mr. and Mrs. Rowly, Mr. and
Mrs. J. D. Malony: Mesdames S. Rood,
C. Webb. W. A. Nelson, M. J. - Dent;
Misses Ollie Weizer, May O'Brien, Jen
nie Hayes. Maggie Malony, Messrs. J.
Johnson, 11. Hayes, F. Tinkam, L. W.
Decker, N. Malony and Mr. Pepper. . .;
Mrs. Rossman, of Spring Valley, Minn.,
spent a' few days last week With 'her
sister, Mrs. 11. C. Vial.... The ladies of
the Presbyterian Aid society. were en
tertained by Mrs. G. W. Horton Thurs
day afternoon.*... Mrs. Treat and Mrs.
Judd, of Spring ..Valley, Minn., are the
guests of Mrs. 11. C. Vial this week
Mesdames William W. Foot, A. Weizer,
C. Webb, E. V. Ferrington and C. E.
McKinlay enjoyed a ride in the country
Wednesday of last week, and spent the
day very pleasantly at the farm resi
dence of Mrs. 11. 8. Bassett in Carmonia
township.. ..Miss Minnie Dayton and
her -grandfather, -Hon. Reuben Wells,
have returned from Decorah, 10.
: " Mrs. M. Hall has' returned from Co
dott.'. Mrs. J. Meyer leaves to-day for
Merridan ....Mrs." Gaston De Mirce has
gone to Hot . Springs . . . Miss. Maggie
Gushing gave a reception Wednesday
evening Miss Lousie Smith, of Otta
wa. Canada,' is the guest of Mr. and Mrs.
Robert Smith ..Mr. and Mrs. James
Duncan, of Los Vegas. N. M., who have
been the. guests of Mrs.- Samuel Dun
can for the past week left for Chicago
to-day;. . Mr. and Mrs., Dr.; S.S. Rid
dell have returned from Eau Claire....
Mrs. A. B. 'Morse has returned from
Agusta. . Mr. and Mrs. Harry Post are
visiting ;.. relatives ;in Beaver ; Dam .*_. " .
Mrs. M. Glicksman & Son returned yes
terday from -. Prairie dv * Chien . . '."'■ The
concert given by the young people of
this city Thursday evening, was a suc
cess. John Merrill and Miss Dora Will
iams, of Eau Claire,' assisted. in the en
tertainment. 1 y .;.. ..-:"-; - v . * '. -
Prescott - Pieces.
Prof. G. L. J»owman and wife are
spending a few days at r Diamond Bluff,
as guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. R. ;Mero.
y. .".Mrs. Barbara Firner spent a portion
of the - past week in- St. '. Paul, ," with
her daughter, Mrs. Andrew Winter. -.'■;.
Mrs. J. A. McMurphey, of River Falls,
is in the city.";.. Mrs. ll.' A. Mason, of
Crookston," Minn., is visiting - friends in
the „ city Miss Mac Shelton'enter
tained the members of the Irving liter
ary society. last Friday evening. In
vitations are issued for, a ball to be held
in Dill's >'; hall the >22d *- inst., under tho
auspices of the Present! string band, at
which every lady is expected to appear
in a calico gown and her escort wilh a
necktie to ; match . ' ; Mrs. Oscar Clem
ents returned to her home in Minne
apolis Saturday., accompanied by- her
sister, Miss Grace Dill Mrs. W.
Hicks, of Maiden .Rock.- is'in the city.
..West Superior. •-.
O. W. Streetor has j returned ' from .
Washington, where ; ; he has been oc
cupied by legal matters for a month.**. ..
W. K. Crinkshank is quite ill . . . .C." L.-
Catlin is back 'from St., Paul ..Harry
W. Newton is spending* a vacation iii
St. Paul . . . .E. J. McMahon has returned
after a short sojourn in St. Paul .. .Miss
Jeauette Laffette has oeen quite ; ill for
some time past: .T: Paul -Bertistford, of
St. Paul' was shaking hands with old
friends in this city to-day James
Newton is in St. Paul to receive medi
cal aid. ...The six persons charged with
keeping a house of prostitution were
sentenced to ninety, days each in tho
county jail. -
David P. Magner and \ Miss Mamie
Wall will be married at 6a. ra. Tues
day, Feb. 19.. ..Mr5. O. B. Palmer, is
home from a visit at Wall Lake. . . . Mrs.
George Haskins has gone to Cherokee
for several weeks" visit.... Mrs. D.T.
Hedges will entertain her friends Mon
day evening...: Jules J. Lombard, the
well-known singer, is visiting friends
in the city. ...Miss Bertha .Pierce enter
tained a large company of her young
friends Wednesday." evening.... The
members of the ' Sans Soucl
club gave . a private . ; : dancing
party Wednesday ••''-' evening. ...;
A. Ketchum, of St. Louis, is in the < ity.
He has been through South Dakota and
stops here to visit : friends. . . Mrs. Fred
Close has joined her husband here and
: their future . home will ; lie Sioux City.
. —E. F. Christie '.is' home from a two
months' trip to California and old Mex
ico — Mrs. J. S. Wheeler entertained
her friend at a 5 o'clock tea Saturday.
— Mr. and Mrs. C. ii. Culver and Mr.
and Mrs. Dr. Beggs will entertain their
friends at Hotel Booge the 215t.. ..
The cribbage club spent Monday
afternoon with Mrs. S. T. Davis....
Mrs. U. A. Perkins and Mrs. 11. H.
Case entertained their friends at the
residence of the latter Thursday even
ing, in a very pleasant manner Sat
urday a number of young ladies accept
ed the invitation of Mrs. 0. J. Taylor to
a luncheon given in honor of Miss Stella
Hayes — Mrs. O. L. Hiech, of New
Bedford, Mass., left for home Thursday,
after •' spending the winter with her
friend, Mrs. T. G. Wing Miss Kate
Conway, who has* been. visiting her sis
ter. Airs. M. W. Murphy, has returned
to her home at Mitchell, Dak .... Mrs.
Dr. Barringer, of Oscaloosa, is visiting
Mrs. E: Spaulding.
Last Friday Mrs.M. M. Moon enter
tained Mesdames'J.; J. Clemmer, John
Farnsworth, Elmer, Nash, G. 11. .Terry,
L. T. Woodcock, J. B. Caward, Henry
Young, C. D. Nichols, H. C. Price",
Frank Fobes, Benjamin Hunting, H. C.
Burgess. Mrs. Fred Clark, of Lime
Springs, Io. ; Mrs. B Chapin, of Ches
ter, 10., and Miss Dell Collins, of Hart
ford, Conn At the ball masque last*
Friday evening the following persons
were present: Dr. and Mrs,
Kellogg, Mr. • and Mrs. G. Tilli
son, Dr. . and Mrs. Blackman, Hon.
and Mrs. William Thcophilus, Mr.
and Mrs. C. D. Nichols, Mr. and Mrs.
A. L. McKay; Misses Maud Thayer,
Eva Powers, Hattie Wheeler, Edith
Caward, Addle and Emma • Beadle;
Messrs. J. J. Clemmer, Allio (award,
Percy Clemmer, Gust Connolly, Charles
Long, D. A Neman, J. D. Garrett and J.
McKay, *of Decorah, Io . .Miss Dell
Collins, after several months' visit with
Mrs. H. C. Price, has returned to Hart
ford; Conn Mrs. B. Chapin, of Ches
ter, 10., was a Cresco j visitor last week.
. . . .Miss Jennie Caward was in St. Paul
Sunday with her father. J. J. Caward...
Miss Nettie Siddall visited friends in
Lime Springs, 10., last week.. . .Mrs. P.
C. Bently has gone to' Omaha, Neb., to
spend a few weeks with her daughter.
....Mrs. Fred Clark came back from
Lime Springs Friday Mr. and Mrs.
House, of Manchester. 10., are in town.
....Mrs. Seight, of Saratoga, 10., is tho
guest of Mrs. C. K. Berg Mr. and
Mrs. Peter King are spending a few
weeks with friends in New York City,
Mrs. Patrick Ferris, of Madison, Dak.,
and Mrs. W. 11. Murphy are the guests
of Mrs. A. J. Flynn.... Mrs. E. H.
Smalley entertained the Progressive
Euchre club Thursday evening The
ladies of the Presbyterian society held
the first sociable of : the season at the
residence of Mrs. W. G. Dunbar — Miss
Theresa Dorival, of Brown vi lie, will
spend the remainder of the winter with
Mrs. N. E. Dorival.. '..Mrs. Joseph
Senich returned to her home in La
Crosse, after a lengthy visit with her
mother. Mrs. Bouquet Miss Delia
Gibbs has gone to Rushford, to be the
guest of Mrs. J. t'easley.
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