The Battalion. (College Station, Tex.) 1893-current, January 01, 1894, Image 16

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■Clark, entertained a party of her
friends. With her characteristic hospi
tality and grace, the charming hostess
.made everybody welcome, at home, and
happy. Although the weather without
was miserable, the atmosphere within
was laden with all that soothes and de--
lights the soul. The occasion was a de
lightful one indeed, and music, dancing,
and a delicious repast toward the noon
of night, all conspired to render this a
social event that will long be remem
bered by all present.
Following i's a list of those present:
Misses Ada Lee Polk, Clark, Willman,
Fannie and Marie McQueen, Lessie
McConnico, May Webb, Maytelle Shep
ard, Winnie and Katie Parker. Messrs.
Abbott, Bruce, Bittle, Houston, Howell,
■Ellis., Dazey, Massenburg, Gilbert, P.t-
jtuok and Ross.
Headquarters Corps of Cadets, )
College Sta., Tex., Dec. 18, : 93. $
a O. No. 31.
The following official announcement
•of tne result of the competition in the
manual of arms held on the loth inst., is
hereby published for the information of
all concerned:
Best drilled man in the battalion,
leader Seageant Bloor.
Best drilled man in Co. A., leader
Corporal Gross.
Best drilled man in Co. B., Cadet
Private Morse.
Best drilled man in Co. G, Cadet pri
vate Garland.
Best drilled man in Co.. D., Cadet pri
vate Jones.
By order of Lt. Morse,
B. C. Pittuck,
1st .Lieut, and Adjt.
At the last regular meeting it was
decided that Damon and Pythias will be
the next play the club will present to
the public. You have seen what a suc
cess Ingomar was, so you may expect
Damon and Pythias will be as ably ren
dered. The cast with the exception" of
Mr. Waldron who will take the part of
Damon has not been selected yet. It will
probably be some time in the spring be
fore the play will be presented. Messrs.
Luekttt, Fowler and Hutson IV. were
elected members and Mrs. Spence an
an honary member of the club.
Pres. L. S. Ross took a business trip
to Austin last week.
Rev. T. ('. Bittle held divine services
in Bryan on the 7th.
Mr. Gilbert paid his son, Captain Joe
Gilbert, a short visit la.-t week.
Mrs. Spence enjoyed the holidays
with her parents in Hempstead.
Who is the gallant second-classman
who has so many delightful dreams?
Misses Rita Sbisa and Bessie Ross vis
ited the societies at the last meeting.
We are glad to learn that Mrs. Har
rington has recovered from her illness.
Miss Nina Hill, of Hempstead, visited
friends at the College during Thanks
giving week.
Prof. Winstead and Mr. Wharton,
of Bryan were visitors of the College
during the last month.
Miss Mary Bittle, who has been at
tending school in Dalian, returned home
to spend the holidays.
Mr. Dan Cushing, the Alumni corres
pondent, is doing good work for the
Battalion. He is trying to secure the
biographies from all of the graduates.