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title: 'The courier. (Lincoln, Neb.) 1894-1903, March 17, 1894, Page 11, Image 9',
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Apathetic is the proper word with
which to describe the condition of
society in these closing days of
Lent. The approach of Holy Week
and Easter, . have doubtless had
some influence in repressing any ten
dency to gayety in social circles.
Whether Easter will be followed by any considerable movement is
not very certain. But Lincoln has usually enjoyed a brief season of
social activity in the epring, and we believe that this season will
prove no exception. There are enough weddings in prospect em
bracing a period commencing in April and extending into July, to
give life to the spring season. The month of April will bring a few
other functions of more or less interest. ,
The Empire club gave a delightful party at the Lansing hall Sat
urday evening. There were a number of guests in attendance. Those
present were: Mr. and Mrs. Will Wilson, Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Niss
Iey, Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Dawes, Miss Bertie Clark, Mr. Will Johnson,
Mr. Dan Wing, Miss Sarah Harris, Mr. C. A. Hanna, Mr. and Mrs.
S. H. Burnham, Mr. Buckstaff, Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Leonard. Miss
Mae Moore, Mr. Harry Lansing, Miss Grace Oakley, Mrs. O. H.
Davison, of Des Moines; Mr. C. E. Waite, Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Ray
mond, Miss Margaret Baird, Miss Mae Burr, Mr. and Mrs. L. C.
Burr, Mr. W. E Hardy, Mr. Will Clark, Miss Gertrude Clark, Mr.
and Mrs. D. E. Thompson, Mr. and Mrs. Wilson, Mr. and Mrs. Ed.
Green, Dr. and Mrs. C. F. Ladd, Mr. and Mrs. N. C. Abbott, Mr. and
Mrs. W. B. Hargreaves. Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Beeson, Mr. and Mrs. R.
J. Green, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Punke, Mrs. O. R. Oakley.
The friends of Miss Lillian Peters gave her a pleaeant surprise
last Friday evening at her residence, Nineteenth and Holmes streets.
The evening passed delightfully with cards. Those present were:
Miss Grace Ramsey, Miss Lizzie Buford, Miss Loretta Kelley, Miss
Louise Fowler, Miss Mattie Griffith, Miss Anna Griffith; Mr.
Deemer, Mr. Pratt, Mr. Ferguson, Mr. Jeckell, Mr. Perrin, Mr. Liver
inghouBe and Mr. Gascoigne.
Mrs. D. A. Campbell is visiting friends in Denver,
Miss Eells has returned to her home in Dixon, 111., after a pleasant
visit with her sister, Mrs C. C. Upham, in this city,
Miss Alice Wilson of Halifax. Nova Saotia, is visiting her brother,
Mr. Fred A. Wilson.
Miss Marie Hoover has returned from a pleasant visit in York, Neb.
The members of the T. S. D. C. enjoyed a pleasant meeting with
Miss Stearns at 1944 E street Friday evening. Those present were:
Misses Wycoff, Wheeler, Watson, Stearns, Sherwin, Ricketts,
Risser, Lasch, Harrison, Hagenbach; Miss Ada Hagenback and Miss
Bishop; Messrs Barley, Blake, Bonebrake, Green, Hoagland. Ran
dolph, Ricketts, Sawyer Seybolt and Wycoff.
Mr. John T. Dorgan returned from Chicago Saturday night.
Miss Minnie Whedon left Monday morning for Omaha, for a visit
with her aunt, Mrs. O. P. Black.
Mr.-Charles SLKeefer entertained the charter members of Arion
Glee club at his residence, 740 J street, last Thursday evening.
Those present were: Messrs. C. W. Kettering, Walter A. Leese. M.
T. Harmer, W. E. Churchill, B. R. Cogswell, of Beatrice; S. G.
Cougle, of Omaha; Charles W. Raymond, of Exeter: George D.
Camp, James M. Camp, Gorham F. Betts, D-- J. Worley, J. B.
Barnaby. S.H. Burnham and W. L. Fairbrother.
Mr. Milt Barlow, of Omaha, was in the city last Saturday.
Mr. Merrill Johnson, of Ashland, spent Sunday in the city.
Miss Gertrude Clarke, of Omaha, who has been the guest of
Miss Mae Burr, returned home the early part of the week.
There was a business meeting of the Pleasant Hour club at noon
Monday. No date was fixed for the final party. It will not be given
until after Lent in any event.
At a meeting of the facu Ity of the state university Monday even
ing the following memorial was ado pted: "The teachers of the uni
versity would give this expree sion to their sense of personal and
public loss in the death of Mrs. E. D. C. Menzendorf, for nine years
a member of their body. Her kindliness of spirit, her devotion to
her pupils, her almost unexampled patience, and her loyalty to the
institution in all its interests, made her work from the first effective
a nd strong and her influence felt throughout all circles. Her en
deavor was always for the good of her pupils, never for personal
praise or profit. Caring nothing for show, never discouraging bu t
always appreciating earnest effort, she was never ashamed of honest
attainments, however humble. Being personally without prejudices,
considerate of others opinions, charitable to others faults, she en
deared herself even to many not known to her. Beyond obligation
and often beyond reason the servant of the university and the pub
lic, she was a model of the faithful teacher whose example will not
be soon forgotten. The teachers of the university would also give
expression of their deep sympathy with the husband and the father
in their great affliction.
Mrs. Dan Wheeler, Jr., of Omana, was in the city Monday.
Miss Fay Marshall entertained the Hard Times Whist club last
Mrs. O. H. Davison of Des Moines, Iowa, is the guest of Mr. and
Mrs. N. C. Baird.
General John M. Thayer left Tuesday for La Porte, Texas, to be
gone a couple of weeks.
Mr. W. F. Kelley returned Tuesday from eastern Illinois.
Miss Anna Millard, of Omaha, left Saturday to enter upon a course
of scientific nursing at Johns Hopkins university.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles F. Scovil, the latter being the erstwhite
Minnah Hawke, of Nebraska City, will be at home after April 1, at
Hyde Park hotel. Chicago.
Mrs. D. E. Thompson and Miss Mame Price left Tuesday for Chi
cago Mrs. O. P. Black of Omaha, who has been visiting her mother,
Mrs. P. A. Cody, of this city, returned home Monday.
Prof. George Barber, of the state university, delivered an address
before the Haydon Art club Tuesday evening. His lecture dealt
with the development of the mural decorations of Pompeii, and was
very greatly enjoyed. He accompanied his remarks with a number
of beautiful views. The next meeting of the club will be held about
Miss Clara Carmody left Tuesday for Los Angles, San Francisco
and other points in California. She expects to be gone a couple of
Mr. C. B. Andrus, of Holdredge, was in town over Sunday.
Prof. F. W. Taylor returned Tuesday from Chicago.
Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Brown left Tuesday for California to be gone a
month and a half.
Hon. G. M. Lambertson and Dr. W. S. Latta delivered addresses
at the commencement exercises of the medical department of Cotner
university held at the First Christian church Wednesday evening.
Mr. Wing Allen, of Omaha, was in town this week.
Miss Gertrude Chambers, of Omaha, who has been visiting in this
returned home yesterday. She was accompanied by Miss Leila
Shears, who will spend a few days in Omaha.
The Comus club gave a calico ball Thursday evening.
The F street card club was entertained Saturday evening at the
residence of Mr. M. I. Aitken.
The Lincoln Light Infantry is busy preparing for the forthcoming,
minstrel performance, and tigu ring on new and more commodious
quarters. The company now comprises fifty-one members, and there
never was 'a time when greater interest was manifested than now.
There will be an open drill of the company Monday evening.
The state oratorical contest will be held Monday evening.
Mr. Henry Mayer has gone to California.
Mr. S. H. Burnham left Thursday for New York and various
points in New England. He expects to be gone two or three weeks.
The Germ an Mannerchor will give a calico ball March 29.
Mr. F. A. Bartholomew, who has been in the city this week, leaves
tomorrow for Denver.