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title: 'The courier. (Lincoln, Neb.) 1894-1903, July 28, 1894, Page 8, Image 8',
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Tared G. Smith and wife left Tuesday for St Louis.
Mr. A. M. Davis' lawn presented a pretty scene on Tuesday oven -ing,
the occasion being a sociable given by the ladies of the Ep-
. Alfred Kind returned Tuesday from Dunkirk, N. Y., where he has worth League the St PauI d"1"- A B1 program, consisting
bean visiting his parents. musc an recitations was rendered, after which a bevy of pretty
girls served refreshments on small tables scattered about the lawn.
Misses Margaret and Alice Hall, of Norfolk, are visiting Miss The sodable was a BOJcess financially as weU as socially.
Professors Bruner and Taylor, of the State University, expect to
Professor Nicholson left on Tuesday for the Black Hills.
leave the coming week for a trip through the Big Horn country.
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Dr. Kay has returned to Chicago, after a months' visit in this Mrs. George P. Marvin and sister, of Beatrice, were guests of Mrs.
city. H. M. Bushnell, Tuesday.
Mr. George Scott is in Chicago.
Mr and Mrs. A. C. Townsend have gone to St Louis.
G. W. Baldwin, manager of the Crete Lumber company, was in
Miss Henrietta Hawley is visiting friends in Cedar Bluffs.
Mrs. L. C. Pace entertained a coterie of friends on Friday in honor
of her sister, Mrs. Robert Rustin, of EvanBville, Ind.
Jay A. Barrett assistant secretary of the State Horticultural so
ciety is spending his vacation in Salt Lake City. He will return
early in August
The following left Lincoln Monday for Denver: Mr. and Mrs. W.
3. Wolcott, MisB Abbie Beardsley, Mr. S. E. Moore, Mr. W. A. Case
beer, Rev. John Hewitt Miss Josephine Tremaine, Miss Laura B.
Haggard, Mr. E. A. Miller.
The home of Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Pickett was the scene of an ani
mated company on Monday evening last the occasion being an in
formal party given in honor of Mrs. Robert Rustin, of Evansville,
Ind. The evening was pleasantly spent with cards, music and
pleasant conversation. At 10 o'clock the guests were invited to the
dining room where a most delicious repast was served. The guests
were Messrs, and Mesdames L. C. Pace, Chas. Pace, Mark Woods,
Sam Cox, John Bain, Henry Gund, E. R. Guthrie, Bert Richards,
Welton, Pickett Schwind.Covert J. H. Odell, Sam Nesbitt and Mrs.
Mrs. Sam Nesbit entertained a few friends mo6t delightfully at a
5 o'clock tea on Thursday. Covers were laid for Mesdames Sam
Cox, L. C. Pace, Chas Pace, T. J. Pickett and Mark Woods.
Mrs. Mark. Woods gave a very delightful dinner party on Saturday.
The table was prettily decorated with green and white, each place
being marked with a white rose. A delicious dinner was served in
coarses. Those present were Messrs. and Mesdames Robt Rustin,
L. O. Pace, T. J. Pickett Chas. Pace, Messrs.. J. H. Odell, Eugene
Pace aad Miss Fannie Woods.
Rev. D. C. Marquis has gone to Denver.
George F. Darlington, travelling passenger agent for the Missouri
Pacifie, was in the city Tuesday.
Miss Etta Gould departed Tuesday for Owassa.
Mrs. L. P. Gould and daughter left Wednesday on an extended
visit to relatives and friends in Michigan.
A lawn social was given at the First Congregational church on
Taesday evening for the benefit of the "N" street mission. The
grounds around the church were illuminated with Japanese lanterns
aad smill tete-ateie tables were arranged under the.trees. The
members of Miss West's class served ices and cako during the
M. A. Daugherty. of Ogallalla, who is prominently mentioned as
XA f coating republican candidate for congress in the Sixth district,
was in the city yesterday.
Judge Strode has gone to Falls City and Burchard, where will in
terview voters of the First congressional district.
Hon. E. M. Bartlett, of Omaha, was in the city Wednesday visit
ing his sister.
Roscoe Pound is one of the hard-working young attorneys in the
city who contemplates a visitto the Big Horn mountains early in
Miss Conger entertained a number of young people very pleas
antly Wednesday evening at her home at Seventeenth and K.
Cupid has been so busy the past spring and summer that the
'bride bells will ring out unceasingly from early fall to the new year.
Besides thorn that Lave already announced their engagements are
rumors of the approaching nuptials of one of our largest capitalists
to the widow of an ex-congressman, Our greatest heiress to an out
of town man. A tall, blonde officer to a young woman froo the east,
now a guest at the garrison.
Mrs. S. Joseph Barker entertained a few friends at luncheon yesterday.
Miss Hughes lest this week on a visit to Colonel and Mrs. Hughes
at Baltimore! Md.
The engagement is announced of Miss McClelland to Lieutenant
H. McL. Powell, of the 2d U. S. Infantry.
Miss Doane is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. S. S. Curtis, at Lake
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wyman have returned from thMr honey
moon and will be the guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Brown for two
weeks until their house is ready for occupancy.
Mrs. Lyman Richardson is home after a three months' absence
in the east. '
Mrs. Cody and children have returned from Lake Okobojie.
Mrs. John A. McShane is expectrd home from Hot Springs today.
She will bring her sisters, Mrs. Hogan and Mrs. Larnegan and her
niece, Miss Burk, with her.
Captain Crowder returned Monday morning from a short trip to
Lieut A. G. C. Quay expects to sail on August 8th, for a three
months' trip abrord.
The Omaha Club building, which is being erected on the corner
' of Douglass and Twentieth streets, is rapidly approaching comple
tion. The architect has pledged himself to have it ready for occu
pancy by November 1st, when its members will doubtless indhlge in
something in the way of a housewarming worth remembering.
Mias E. E. Holden, Stenographer, Typist and Notary Public,
makes a specialty of depositions and legal work.
137 North Thirteenth street Lansing Theatre -Building.
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