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The courier. (Lincoln, Neb.) 1894-1903, February 13, 1897, Image 7

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OKFICKKS OF THE STATK FEDEItATION OK
woman's CLUBS.
Pn sklent, Mrs. B. M. Stougbtenbor
ough, Plattsmouth.
Vice-president, MrF. J. E.
2724 Caldwell street, Omaha.
Secretary, Miss Vetta Gray, Fremont.
Treasurer, Mrs. M. F. Nichols, Be
atrice. Auditor, Mrs. D. G. MeKillip, Seward.
Librarian, Mrs. G. M. Lambertson,
Lincoln.
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OFFICERS OF THE CITY FEDERATION.
President, Mrs. Geo. L. Meissner, 1520
D street.
First vice president, Mrs. Ida Kelley,
839 Noith Twenty-third street.
Second rice-president, Mrs. H. II.
Wheeler. 1517 H street.
Recording secretary, Miss Laura Wild,
141 South Twelfth street.
Corresponds g secretary, Mrs. Milton
Scott, 202 South Thirty-third street.
Treasurer, MrB. C. R. Richardf, C21
North Sixteenth street.
y. w. c. A. NOTES.
Mies Co'iklin. teacher of French in
the State university, will talk to the
Magazine club next Wednesday evening
upon some of her experiences in Europe.
AH iiiteiested wil? be welcome.
The Friday evenings "at home" have
been very successful of late. Oa 'ha
5th about forty tive girls enjoyed a candy
pull, varied with music atjd recitations.
On the 12th a Silhouette party was
given. On the 20 h there will be a
Washington's Birthday entertainment, a
little past the dale but still in honor of
the father of his country. Mrs. F. M.
Hall will give an hour with theste-eop
ticon, stowing some of the viewB sLe
secured abroad last summer. Pruf.
Hagenow will give the music for hn
evening, and an ice will be served. An
admission fee of ten cents will be asked
for the sbke of raising mocey to secure
table linen which is mtch needed. This
entertainment is to be given by the
lunch and ro ms commtt'ee.
On Sundiy there will be a union
meeting of all the associations of the
vicinity at the rooms, 141 South Twelfth
street. The State university. Wesleyan
Lincoln Normal and Cotner are invited
to meet with the city association. The
subject will be "Today, Tomorrow and
the Day Following." Miss Wild is to be
the leader and Mr. and Mrs. Sanderson
will conduct the singing a3 UBual. Miss
Giiggs, M 8? Redford and the Wesleyan
voung ladies quartet willaessist. After
coon tea will be served from 5 ULtil C
o'clock and a good tim is anticipated
All ladies who wish
elation and benefit themselves at the
same time can do so by buying a few
yards of the "Brush Skirt Protector" at
Miller & Paine's. It outlastB three or
dinary bindings and is leccmmended
Vv-ry highly. '
NEW CLASSES IN 111ULE STL'DV.
Tuesday evening a tecond meeting was
called of those interested in forming a
Bib e Training Class for Sunday Bchool
UacherB. Dr. J. F. Sterens, Mrs. E. F.
Tuc ter. Prof. T. M. Hodgman and J. E.
Miller bad been appointed at the previ
ous meeting as a committee to draw up
Boraejlanand report. Frof. Hodgman
gave in the report in the absence of Dr.
Sterens. The committe recommended
an inductive course of study on the
Book of Acts with Miss Wild as instruct
or. Tnis plan was adopted aud the fol
lowing is the outline or study which has
been prepared:
An inductive study of the Book of
Acts, to learn how to study the Bible
without "helps" carried along two main
lines of investigation, (1), the Develop
ment of the Church, showing how the
church advanced from Jerusalem as a
cen'r with Paul bb the chief figure; (2),
A Character Study of the Apostles and
Disciples, so that at the end each one
shall have a clear picture of the most
prominent personB in the book as por
trayed by its author. This course will
take up the Book of Acts as a whole but
it will be the purpose of the leader to
embrace in the section studied the les
son for the following Sabbath as given
in the International Series. Some one
of the beat primary teachers of the city
will be asked to present the lesson for
that department at the closo of the in
ductive work. A series of special lec
tures has been provided to take the
p'ace of the lessen the first week in each
month.
March Dr. Halstead, the Book of
Job; An Interpretation, showing how to
analyze and grasp the contents of a
whole bcok.
April -Prof. Besjey, Evolution and
the Bible.
May Prof. Sherman, Inteipreting
the Bible as Literature.
June Pror. Luckey, The Importance
of Child Study to the Sunday School
Teacher.
A small fee will be charged for the
course but the first lesson next Tues
day evening will be free to all interested.
The cla;3 will meet at 7:30 at the Y. W.
O. A. rooms, 141 South Twelfth street.
The following is an outline of the first
Iessn:
An Introduction to the Study of Acts,
1. The method to be used.
2. The purpose of the book.
.'!. Cii'icisms of tho book.
4. Consideration of the first section,
c h ipters 1-7.
Sjrosis met February 9th with Mrs.
Lees. A larga number or the members
and visitors gave closest attention to
Mrs. Hartley's paper on "What Under
takings for the Benefit of the Public
Can Best be Managed by the Municipal
ity." She prefaced her history of what
had been accomplished in many Euro
pean cities by saying that all new move
ments probably passed through three
stages. First, they were absurd; second,
they were contrary to the teachings of
the Bible; third, we always believed in
them. After the facts, not vision, given
concerning food inspection, baths, gym
nasium, savings banks, lodging and wash
houses, water pupply, lighting, rapid
transit, tenements, art galleries, assem
bly halls, etc., it seems impossible for us
to do otherwise than place ourselves
to assist the asso- among those who have arrived at the
Professional Directory.
Telephones.
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ARE IX DEMAXD FOR FULL SUITS,
FOR WAISTS. FOR SKIRTS, FOR
TRIMMING. IT IS EXPECTED THAT
THIS WILL BE THE BEST SEASON
FOR SILKS WE HAVE KX0WX FOR
MANY YEARS.
We are now showing the latest and best the
market affords. We invite you to come this
week,
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third stage. When we cease to act ac
cording to "our divine right to do as we
please" it is to be hoped American cities
will try these reforms already tested
abroad. The club will meet with Mrs.
Barbour, 1724 L street, February 23,
Mrs. Hodgman will lead, her subject be
ing "Arctic Exploration."'
The Woman's club of York met Mon
day afternoon, February 8, from 2 to 5
o"c!ock with Mrs. N. V.Harlan. Amon"
the other items of business the club, by
vote, decided to join with the three Wg
other clubs of York in a city federation, lV7t
the president of which is Mrs. D. E.
Sedgwick. The federation is to hold an
open meeting one evening each month
with program consisting of numbers
from each club.
The history Ics3on was on "Greek
History and Historians." The literary-
program subject, "Home," was thorough-
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