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The Ladies Do The Honors

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It takes the ladies todothings right, and it is fortúnate thatleapyear comes every foiiith year in order that the ladieb may have the privilege of setting an exarnple for the gentlemen to follovv duringtho following three years. The ladies of Aun Arbor Commandery i oertainly took advantage of this privilege and set the Sir Knights a sample that wil] bankrupt tliem if they should attempt to give a similar series of parties to that given by the ladies at Masoníc Temple, last Friday evening. The ladies fairly out-did themselves. The spacious rooms were decorated and adorned in a bandsome mannei1. The dainty handiwork of the ladies was seen on every side. Bunting, llowers and picturea were displayed in profusión. The well-laid tables in the bunquet room were a sight to set a hungry man crazy, the delicaciesbeing prepared by the ladies themselves. Three large tables were set, ropes oí sinilax extending from the chandeliers to ffronpj oí potteil plauts oa the tiltiles. Dancing was carried on in the large i niaiii room and in the drill room. the Cheqnamegons furnishing two orches tras for the occasion. The ladies did the honors well, and their partners ! liud nothing to complain of in the way I of attefftion. ïhose gentlemen who had been lux in their attentions lieretofoVe were paid off, the ladiea qnietly leaving tliem to adorn the walls and talk to eaeh other. ïhe programme was a long one, it being nearly three o'clock when it was flnislied. About 125 coujiles were present, and the occasion was one of the most enjoyable ones evergiven here.


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