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The Marshall republican. [volume] (Marshall, Saline County, Mo.) 1899-1914, November 24, 1899, Image 7

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THE MARSHALL REPUBLICAN.
Club Meeting.
The T. Q. Club had a delightful
meeting on Thursday afternoon
with Mi I'' at her home
on Capitol Hill, hours from 3 to 6.
The object of this club of young
ladies Is to have pleasure and from
the way they have started in, we
think they will succeed.
Quite a musical program was
rendered upon this afternoon,
Misses Martha Ilea, Pa.inic Kin
caid, Kmlly Illack and I'ranccs
Francisco, being the musicians.
A dainty luncheon was served
by the hostess at four o'clock, con
sisting of chicken salad, ham, Ro
man punch, olives, celery and
cheese straws.
This Club has just twelve mem
bers and our private opinion i,
that it is the handsomest club In
the city, not n plain looking girt in
it, The following are the mem
bers: Miss Agues Langati, Presi
dent; Misses Hmlly and I-llcti
Illack, I'lela King, Kslclle Dawes,
Louise llryaut, Larue Camplivll,
Martha Ilea. I'et Parrish, I'rances
Francisco, t'auuie Kiucaid and
I)cie Orcar.
T. 0. Club.
The T. Q. Club which has a
mcmlcr.shipof twelve, is composed
of some of Marshall's most inter
esting young ladles and was organ
ized at the home of Miss Agnes
Langati on Tuc.sd.iy afternoon.
This club had iu first regular
meeting with the Misses Illack at
their home on Highland, Thursday
afternoon, Nov. lOth.
The object of the club is to have
a good tint and they certainly en
jocd themselves immensely upon
this occasion.
The Misses Illack make charm
ing hostesses and certpinly did
everything to make the first meet
ing of tlie club a 1110 jt pleasant
one. A lovely luncheon of ham,
hot biscuit, chicken salad, celery,
olives and cake was served.
The next meeting of the T. J.
C'swilt be with Miss l'ct l'.irrish
oa Capitol Hill.
Dining on North Street.
Mr and Mrs. G. M. Francisco
entertained the Presbyterian min
isters and others at an elegant din
ner on Tuesday evening, at their
home on North St.
The hostess isoueof those thrifty
housewives, who is not only
thoroughly up to date in the culin
ary department, but in everything
pertaining to the managing and
keeping of a hous:; aud a more
genial and hospitable host and host
ess could not have been found.
The evening at their pleasant fire
side, will long be remembered by
this little company of friends,
some of whom will vkjii leave Mar
shall to take up their abode in n
strange city.
Those present were: Dr. McAlls-
tcr of Columbia) Kcv. W. II.
Dobynsatid wife, Dr. II. H. Wells,
Dr. J. 12. Harris i.nd wife.
The Ladies Harmonic Club.
The Ladles Harmonic Club will
meet with Mrs. Kdgar S. Place,
Monday, Mov. 27, at 2 o'clock p.
111.
Iloll-Call Quotations from fa
vorite composers.
Musical History from A. D. 333
to IJOO-
l'iaro Solo Cradle Song Op 12,
Jensen, Miss Mary Illack.
Soprano Solo Selection, Jensen,
Mrs. C. II. Vanstone.
Piano Solo Harmonious Illack
smith, Handel, Miss Luvenla Clem
mens.
Comparative talk on Ilach. Schii
liert Handel and Jcmcti, Miss HI
leu Illack.
Contralto Solo He Was Despis
ed Rejected, from the "Messiah,"
Handel, Miss Cl.imli Drown.
Piano-Pour Hands Hridal Mu
sic, Jensen, Mr. Mayer and Mrs.
Place.
Mrs. IMgarS. Place, l'rcs.
Mrs. J. A. Whitted. Sec
Pierian Club.
The Pierian Club will meet witti
Miss Kdith Leonard Dec 4th, at
2:30 p. m.
Roll Call Quotations from Carl
ton, Riley and Field.
Piano Duet Misses llrice and
Nordike.
Short Character Sketch of Carl
ton Mrs. Montgomery.
Select Reading, From Carlton
Miss limily illack.
Short Character Sketch ol Riley
Mrs. Tucker.
Select Reading, From Itlley
Mrs. Armcntrout.
Short Character Sketch of Field
-Miss lillis.
Select Heading From Field
Mrs. Williams.
Music, A Lullaby Miss Leon
ard. CriticMiss llitckland.
Mks. G. S. Hakiiin, Pres.
Miss May Hkasdox, Sec.
Ilcv. W. It. Ilobyin unit wife, Ml"
Sndlo Uuckland, Mr. "-Y-Vr-nfibyni
"'llLJji 8Ul' Mr. .MnMlllan, Here en
Krlalncd on Wednesday hy Mr. unil
Mr. L. U. Moriilu. oiiKatlwood Ave.
SpencerHickman
Miss Ollic Hickman, daughter
of II. W. t Hickman and Russell
Spencer, both of Orcarvlllc, were
ouietlv married on Sunday, after
jiioou, Nov. to, 1899, at two o'clock
I at the Methodist narsonaee on Kast
Arrow St., Rev. Mr. Howell of
ficlating. The bride Iff highly nc
I cotnplished and very popular with
j all who know her. The groom Is
a substantial young farmer, lioth
well and favorably known. The
young couple will reside with the
groom's father east of Orcarvlllc.
The Klii't'til.tCAN' extends con
gratulations. A Reunion.
I A pleasant time was had at the
I home of J. W. Sparks on Sunday,
I when a family reunion was held.
I Mrs. W. L. Hancock, the mother
of Mrs. Snarks has been very ill
j for some two weeks or more, at the
home of her daughter and on Sun
day, the mother being so much
lietter, there was occasion for re
joicing ami the children came down
and seut the day. which will no
doubt lie long remembered by the
dear mother.
There were Misses Hliabclh and
l-cla. Larkin M., Will, Arch!
David Hancock ami D.tvidjr- aud
Mrs. Daniels, a very dear relative,
who makes her home with the
family, and wc must not leave little
I.eta Klizabcth Sparks out of the
company, for she was there with
her many cute ways.
Home Miitions.
The oeu session of the Home
Missionary Society ol the M. 15.
Church South, on Sunday evening,
was largely attended aud a most
interesting programme was render
cel. The meeting was ojened with
player aud a reading of the Word,
by Rev. J. W. Howell, the (ustor.
Mrs, J. 1'. Huston led the meeting;
the address by Mrs. N. 1. Norflect
011 the "Work of Home Mission
Societies" was listened to with
more than usual Interest.
Colonel Horace A- Huchisou, of
lloonvillc. who is Probate Judge of
Coojier county, recited an original
poem entitled "Pound in the
Street," that was highly appreci
ated. I.Ncellent music by the choir, and
a rending, "Rescue the Perishing"
by Mrs. Howell, finished the pro
gramme for an. evening pleasantly
aud most profitably sjient.
Teacher's Meeting.
Tlie'foll&uing is the program for
thu tcucber'H nmlditcctors meeting
to 1c held ill the Circuit Court
room, Marshall, Mo., Dec. 9, '99,
beginning at 1:30 o'clock p. m.
1 . The School Hoard and Clerk ;
their powers, duties nud responsi
bilities. Hon. A. Rector.
2. The Course of Study for Ru
ral Schools Supt. W. T. Caning
ton.
3. County Supervision Prof.
T. 15. Spencer.
A general discussion wilt follow
each subject. Kveryliody interest
ed In education is invited to at
tend and take part.
Other county papers please copy.
Entertained.
An elegant six o'clock dinner
was given on Saturday evening by
Mr. and Mrs. R. K. L. Smith, at
their home on Hast Arrow St.,
when the following )ersous were
entertained: Rev. W. R. Dobyns
and wife, Dr. H. H. Wells, Dr. J.
1-. Harris, Mr: and Mrs. J. L.
Woodbridgc, P. H. Franklin aud
wife, and Mrs. A. A McGcachy.
A Bad Sprain.
On last Thursday morning Capt.
II. C. Hall fell from the roof of
Robert Ilea's home, where he was
doing some repairing, and sprained
his wrist very badly and the gen
tleman remaining unconscious for
some two hours, it was thought at
first that he was seriously injured.
We join with the gentleman in the
wish that he may soon be out
again.
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