Social Happenings on the North Shore
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Lake Shore News (Wilmette, Illinois), 31 Jan 1918, p. 3


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Wedding of Miss Agnes E. Collyer and Dr. M. Bryed Wilson took place at St. Francis Xavier Church on Wednesday morning.
"Reciprocity Day" next Wednesday at the Wilmette Woman's Club. Hostesses will be Mesdames Donald M. Gallie and Willis Hutson. Professor Herbert L. Willett of the Chicago University will deliver a lecture on "Legend and Life" Musical selections will be offered by Mrs. Charles W. Moody.
Woman's Catholic Club of Wilmette met last Friday at the Woman's clubhouse. Program included music by Miss D. Graham, Mme. Marie Zendt and a lecture by Miss Genevieve Cook of the Juvenile Detention School. A gift of a silk service flag with thirty stars was presented by Mrs. Carl Schroeder and Mrs. Edward Kirchberg.
A card party will be held under direction of Mrs. F. J. Oelerich Monday, Feruary 11, at the clubhouse.
Mrs. E. S. Cavanagh, 412 Gregory avenue, returned from a trip south. Her brother, Lieutenant N. S. Wooddy, Three Hundred and Thirty-fifth Infantry, U.S. A., is stationed at Camp Pike, Little Rock, Ark.
Musical program will be held February 5 at the home of Mrs. Lorin Hall, 1008 Greenleaf avenue, to benefit St. Augustine's Episcopal Church building fund.
Mrs. Winifred Jones Seaver, Mr. Francis A. Bedlan and Miss Eloise Bedlan will furnish program of music at the Navy Club at Waukegan on Sunday evening.
Mrs. H. B. Mulford and her daughter, Betty, and her mother, Mrs. Owen of 835 Elmwood avenue, and a cousin, Mrs. Guy D. Phillips of 412 Gregory avenue, left yesterday for Biloxi, Mississippi.
The Manuka Charity Club met at the home of Mrs. George R. Harbaugh, 1219 Forest avenue on Monday.
Julian Hess, 1118 Greenleaf avenue, returned Sunday from the Henrotin hospital after minor surgery.
Mrs. D. Kepner has returned to her home on the south side after spending several weeks at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Thomas Skinner, 1224 Forest avenue.
Harold E. Moore, 531 Washington, entered aviation training.
Mrs. Frank E. Wilson has closed her home, 726 Eleventh street, for the w inter and taken rooms at the Borgfeldt home, 1114 Wilmette avenue, until Rev. Wilson is able to return from Camp Grant.
A meeting of the Khartoum chapter of the Daughters of the British Empire was held Tuesday in the home of Mrs. Thomas J. Bevan, 1431 Forest avenue.
Correction in issue of last week. A son has been born to Mr. and Mrs. Harry Masson of Scoville avenue, Oak Park on January 18. Mr. Musson is the son of Mrs. Charles S. Musson, 1719 Elmwood avenue.
Mr. and Mrs. Wiliam I. Osborne, have closed their home at 618 Tenth street so Mrs. Osborne can spend several weeks in California regaining her health.
Mrs. Albert Wigglesworth was hostess to the Tuesday Luncheon and Bridge Club this week at her home, 426 Central avenue.
Mrs. Fester Branson and family of 815 Central avenue, left for a visit to Ocean Springs, Mississippi.
Mrs. Thomas Skinner and daughter, Miss Helen Skinner, of 1224 Forest avenue, have returned from a stay in New York City.
Miss Margaret Millen, 128 Greenleaf avenue, is attending St. Mary's of the Woods Academy.

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31 Jan 1918
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Wilmette.News.288267
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English
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  • Illinois, United States
    Latitude: 42.07225 Longitude: -87.72284
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Social Happenings on the North Shore