Cedar Rapids Coe College Cosmos

March 01, 1906

Issue date: Thursday, March 1, 1906
Pages available: 24
Previous edition: Thursday, February 15, 1906
NewspaperARCHIVE.com - Used by the World's Finest Libraries and Institutions
About Cedar Rapids Coe College Cosmos
  • Publication name: Cedar Rapids Coe College Cosmos
  • Location: Cedar Rapids, Iowa
  • Pages available: 24
  • Years available: 1896 - 2008
Learn more about this publication
About NewspaperArchive.com
  • 2.27+ billion articles and growing everyday!
  • More than 400 years of papers. From 1607 to today!
  • Articles covering 50 U.S.States + 22 other countries
  • Powerful, time saving search features!
Start your membership to the world's premier newspaper archive now!

Start your Genealogy Search Now!

OCR Text

Coe College Cosmos, The (Newspaper) - March 1, 1906, Cedar Rapids, Iowa 250 Coe College Cosmos egates. It was quite a the chapel being well filled. The program consisted of orchestra piano and violin and vocal all of which were well rendered and enthusias ically received. Sophomore Freshman The Sophomore Freshman class debate was held in Marshall Hall Tuesday the Sophomores winning two to one. The question that deeds and similar credits should be exempt from taxation in the hands of the holders Sophomore Miss Edith Gilfillan and Mr. Williamson Freshman Mr. Glasow and Mr. Thomas. The judges were Dr. Dr. and Prof. Benson. The as a was spirited and effective. Annual Carleton Party. The Annual Party of literary Society occurred Friday February the at the home of Miss Jennie 1326 Second Avenue. The house was decorated with and pennants and the idea of advertisements was carried out in the entertain- ment. A two course supper was served. Washington's Birthday Exercises. On Washington's Birth- day none of the College or Academy classes but the regular chapel exercises were held at that time. Mr. pastor of the First Baptist addressed the students on the Nation's Mr. Webb is always a thrilling but his address on this occasion was especially masterly. Reception at Williston Hall. On the afternoon of Wash- ington's the ladies of the faculty and the Williston Hall girls gave a reception to which all the ladies of the City were invited. The hostesses were dressed in the Martha Wash- ington costume. All the rooms of the Hall were thrown open to the number of guests. and tea were served in a cozy corner on the second floor. Each guest was given a souvenir in the shape of a tiny hatchet. ;