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Lawrence Journal from Lawrence, Kansas • 3

Lawrence Journali
Lawrence, Kansas
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3 Oklahoma after spending a few days PERSONAL AND SOCIAL with his father, Jacob House. the university of Nebraska, are in Lawrence on the way to Syraouse, New York, where they will be located the coming year. Mr. Clark is a graduate of the university of Kansas, and was principal at Ilaskell for Gray county, are guests at the home of W. J.

Francisco. Mr. Josserand was a member of the last legislature and visited briefly in Lawrence during the legislative session. Prof. J.

H. Sawtell a gradaute of the university of Kansas with the Mrs. S. M. Scott of Baldwin, was in the city yesterday.

A. J. Grlgsby of Independence, Kansas, is in town. Isaac Kaufman of New York City, a time. Miss Myrtle Feet, Miss Clara Armstrong and Mr.

Albert Armstrong of spent the day in Lawrence. Mrs. Alice 0. Ball of Kansas City announces the marriage of her daughter Lillian to Mr, Lee Hillis, which was celebrated last evening in Kan gas City. The Bev.

W. D. Elllis, father of the groom, officiated. Miss Martha mills played the wedding march and the groom's little niece, Martha Isabelle Millikan, acted as ring bearer. Only relatives and a few intimate friends were present.

Both young people are'well known here, and the Hillises lived here for some time. Mr. Robert Johnston has returned E. Forde Sheen will go to St. Jos eph to the Delta Omicron Omicron convention.

Miss Amy Walton of Vinland, was in Lawrence today. Clay Anderson spent Sunday here. Leavenworth are spending the week in Lawrence, the guests of their aunt, Mrs. Ruth. Miss Celia Fringle has returned to Lawrence, after.

a three weeks' visit with relatives and friends in Leavenworth. Mary Sanderson returned yesterday from Victoria, JB. where she has been spending the summer. Mrs. E.

Waring of Topkea class of 1802, now principal of the Woods county high school at Helena, Ok was in the city today. Mr. Sawtlle was elected to the principal-ship'ofjthis school last spring and was told to select his own assistants and a $60,000 school building is in process of erection an will be ready for occupancy the last of the year. Mr. J.

D. Faxon and mother left for Kansas City this morning. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Moore left today for their home in Atchison after a visit with Mrs.

A. Shaw and Col. and Mrs. H. L.

Moore. Prof. E. Hubach and son were Kansas City passengers today. Misses Martha and Edith Meyers have returned from Hutchinson where they have beenjisiting relatives for the past week.

Harry Treworgy will go to Denver tomorrow to spend a couple of weeks. 3 Miss Gladys Morgan has returned frorn Pawnee, Nebr. from western Kansas, where he has been all summer. Mrs. Amelia Nichols left today for Council Grove, where she will spend a Mrs.

A. W.Berger and son Robert, and Miss Hazel Watts have gone to Omaha. Miss Mary Johnston will leave to spent the day in Lawrenoe. Misses Edith and Nellie Ilarbaugh of ToDeka are visiting Miss Pearl Mr. William Meyers returned today from Hutchinson, where he has been spending the summer.

Tudhope. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Noll, who have been visting their parents, Mr. and Mrs.

Charles Achning, returned to Leavenworth this morning. Mrs. John McDonald spent the day with friends in Topeka. Mr. E.

T. Stone oame up from Kansas City today. Mr. George March returned Sunday morrow ror St Joseph, where she will attend the Delta Omicron Omi-cron dance, given on the night of August 23. T.J.

Newkirk of Richmond, spent Sunday at the Eldrldge, the guest of Miss Crawley. Messrs Frank Bangs and Julius Marks, delegates to the Delta Omicron Omicron in St. Joseph, on August 23, 24 and will leave tomorrow. Miss Eoma Dinsmoor will leave tomorrow for Atchison, where she will Hill Wilson spent Monday in Leavenworth, the guest of Fred Wulfel-suhler. Robert Herod has returned from Leavenworth where he has been the past week installing a chapter of the Phi Sigma Chi in the high school.

The chapter has five members. The Modern Prisoella Embroidery club has postponed its meeting until Thursday, September 7, when they will meet at the home of Mrs. J. D. Barton on New Hampshire street.

from southern Kansas where he has been connected with the Orient all Mrs. S. Reedy has gone to Vinland to spend a few weeks. Rev. J.

P. Coffman returned today from Pittsburg. Mr. Olin Bell spent the day in Topeka. T.

S. Jones, assistant engineer of the Santa Fe, was in town today. Billy Reynolds returned yesterday from Muscogee, I. T. Mrs.

Lilian Pearson went to Lone Star this morning, to spend a few days, R. D. Brown and family went to Ottawa today. Mr. John Fritzel returned this morning from a trip in Missouri.

Mr. J. A. Henley and daughter Marian, left last night for the east. Mr.

Reginald Scott and Miss Ollie Scott returned to Chicago today. John F. Roberts went to Odessa, today to visit his daughter, Mrs. summer. Mr.

and Mrs. Hudson passed through Lawrence today on their way to their home in Garnett, Kansas. Mrs. Hudson before 'her marriage was Miss Mabel Henry. Dr.

A. Anderson went to Ottawa this morning to join his wife who is visiting there. Miss Ethel Shaler entertained at whist yesterday afternoon at her home on Ohio street. Miss Rebecca Moody was awarded the prize. A be the guest of Miss June Uhrich.

C. Ilosford, who has been visiting his mother, has returned to his home in Paola. Mr. James Stevenson of Kansas City, of the transit inspection bureau, was in town today. Mrs.

George V. Kumier and er went to Chicago last night. Mrs. John V. Zerby has issued Invitations for a card party to be given August 31st.

Miss Marjorle Field, who has been the guest of Miss Marie Sinclair for course luncheon was served in which the color scheme was red and green. Those present were the Misses Bertha Lukan, Claire Jaedicke, Kate Andrews, Mary Murtaugh, Lucille Leonard, Ora Blngler, Grace Leslie, Rebecca Moody, Bertha Kilworth, Fred-ericka Fluke, Agnes Uhrlaub, Marie Hill and Grace Hornaday. Mr. George March went to Lake View this morning. The Misses Edith Hase and Minnie Spitz have gone to Garnett to spend a week.

Miss Hannah Mitchell and Miss Ruth Patterson will leave tonight to spend a week in Willlamstown, the P. Powell. F. E. Roberts of Oskaloosa, was in the city yesterday.

Mr. and Mrs. Ed Aores, who have been spending the past week here, returned yesterday to their home in Leavenworth. Mr. Monroe went to Kansas City last evening.

Miss Maud Bush, who is a music teacher at Eureka, Is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Rush, Miss Kate Caldwell went to Kansas City this morning to spend the day. guests of Miss Mary Moein. The Baptists had a picnic out at Lak5 View today.

Miss Bessie Raymond wlill return the past three weeks, will leave for her home in Dubuque, Iowa, tomorrow. Miss Emma Hawes has gone to Eudora for a ten days visit. Miss Gertrude Weaver, who has been visiting J. W. Weaver, left this morning for her home in Kansas W.

E. Williams went to Kansas from Scranton, tomorrow. Miss Irma Levy left this morning for the eastern markets. Mrs. Ben Williams and son will leave tomorrow for a few.

days visit with friends in Lane, Kansas. A Christian Endeavor convention is being held at Olathe. Dr. Nai-smith, Dr. Hutchinson, C.

S. Land-rum and Miss Burnhamwent down this morning. fTu Mr. R. Sheriff of Ellsworth, spent yesterday with Mr.

A. Young. Mrs. Nellie Beeler, Miss Nellie on south Learnard avenue. Miss Lois Smith left this morning for a few days visit in Baldwin.

John Roberts of Oskaloosa, left for Baldwin today. Messrs Arthur Keplinger and Lawrence Trickett of Kansas City, will arrive this evening to visit J. W. Smith. Miss Viola Hawkins and Mr.

Ed- Ulty this morning. Mr. Clement Perkins has returned from Lake View. Captain Adna Clarke left this morning fu- Leavenworth. Pittinger and Miss -Dollie Beeler were in Kansas City today.

Missss Eva Butler entertained with 6 o'clock dinner last night in honor of the Chi Omega girls who have been spending the summer in town. Miss Frances Holton gave a picnic Miss Mary Giles of Abilene, arrived today to visit Mrs. Edith Hurd. Mr. Waldo Wellington left this afternoon for Topeka, Mrs.

A. Monroe will leave tonight or Chicago to visit Mrs. Harris. Miss Ollie and Mr. Reginald Scottf of Chicago are visiting at the home of Mr.

and Mrs. Hetzel. today at the farm for her guests, Mr. Ernest Prat who has been visiting Mrs. Edna Dicker, returned to St.

Louis this morning. Miss Mabel McKoin went to Kansas City this morning, Miss Margaret Bissell went to Excelsior Springs this morning to spend a week with her father. Harold Chakley lis out of quaran ward Hislop were married at noon today In Baldwin. Mr. and Mrs.

T. Hislop, parents of the groom "and Mr. Hill of Lawrence, went down this morning. Mrs. Forest Cochran and son Dana of Plainville, arrived yesterday to visit Mr.

and Mrs. C. R. Andrews. The Misses Edith and Nelle Hai-baugh of Topeka, Edna Dicker and -Pearl Tudhope of north Lawrence, spent the day yesterday at Lansing tine has Joined his mother in Boulder, Colo.

Ms. Ed Elkin and baby of Kanwa-ka were in Lawrence yesterday. Mr. Jacob House left last evening for New York City, where he will visit his daughters, Mrs. Adler and the Misses Borders of Kansas City.

T. L. King of Topeka was in town yesterday. Mr. John Tough went to Olathe this morning.

Mrs. Anderson of Arkansas City, arrived yesterday to visit Mrs. C. E. Funnell.

Miss Nellie Donovan left this afternoon for New York after spending the summer with her cousins, the Misses Brlckley. Mrs. A. Alexander left for Kansas City today to spend a few days. Miss Nelle Huston has gone to Kansas City, to visit her brother, Mrs.

Marx. Mr. T. H.Chalkley landed in England Saturday. Misses Mabel and Grace Ulrich of Kanwakar spent the day in 1 I i i 'C.

un Professor Olin Templln was a Kansas City passenger this morning. Mr. Ord Clingman has returned from trip' to St. Paul, Seattle.Port-land,' Salt Lake City and Colorado. Mrs.

J. A. Spaulding and Miss Alloe Spaulding are expected home from their lake trip the latter part Mrs. J. W.

Chadwick, spent the day in Kansas City. Mr. And Mrs; 5 Herbert 'A, Clark, of Mr. Harry House has. returned to Mr.

and Mrs. J. Josserand. of this week, i.

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