Social Activities and Personal Mention
Lake Shore News (Wilmette, Illinois), 14 Mar 1918, p. 3

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A benefit program for the Neighbor's Courtney Campbell Hospital Fund will be presented at the Assembly Hall in Kenilworth this evening by the Chicago Dramatic Society. Preceded by an address by M. Henry Rahtbone, "Naoleon's Victory," a play in one act will be given. The Kenilworth Double Quartett will sing patriotic songs: Mr. Henry Taylor, Mr. Howard Edmonds, Mr. Claude Edmonds, Mr. John Vennema, Mr. Theo E. Flanegin, Mr. Edward D. Wheeler, Mr. Alexander Lovedal and Mr. Owen T. Reeves with Walter Marx, accompnaist. "All in the Family," a comedyd, will conclude the entertainment. The following young women will serve as ushers: Miss Priscilla Allen, Miss Marion Keehn, Miss Agnes Pease, Miss Margaret Fitch, Miss Mary Taylor, Miss Miriam Shattuck, Miss Lucy Chandler, Miss Alma Southward, Miss Harriet Reichman.
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Skewes of 1511 Walnut announce the engagement of their daughter, Helen Jeanne, to Mr. Frederick Byron Plummer of Hanover, New Hampshire. No date has been set for the wedding.
Kenneth Dennett, captain of the New Trie swim team and son of Mr. and Mrs. Oliver N. Dennett, 924 Elmwood avenue, has enlisted in the airforce.
The Wilmette Culture Club met in the homeof Mrs. William Freeman, 711 Lake avenue, February 28. The next meeting will be held with Mrs. A. E. Barber of 621 Linden avenue, March 22.
Mrs. Joseph Tyssowski and son of 1630 Walnut avene, left last week to join Lieutenant Tyssowski who expects to leave soon for France in charge of the 189th squadron in the aerial corps at Ellington Field.
Fred Cooper returned from Columbus, Ohio, for a short furlough with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry C. Cooper, 824 Lake avenue.
Mrs. Edwin R. Thurman, 527 Central avenue, has returned from the Evanston hospital.
Miss Helen Shurtleff, 813 Lake avenue, returned yesterday from visiting friends in Mountain, Michigan.
Birthday party of Miss Kenning, age 9, 714 Elmwood avenue had 14 guests.
Mr. W. C. Shurtleff, 815 Lake avenue, will leave for a business trip to Boston, Mass.
Mr. J. H. Cole of Omaha, Neb., was a guest at the Coopeer residence, 824 Lake avenue.
Miss Alice Shurtleff returned from Milwaukee, Wis., to visit at her home, 815 Lake avenue.
Men's Whist club met Tuesday with Mr. Harry Reynolds on central avenue.
Mrs. John A. MacLean, 924 Greenwood avenue, is visiting in Newy York.
Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Sterrett, 225 North Street are spending a month in the south.
Christy Brown, 1214 Forest avenue, is in Oregon training at one of the aviation schools.
Mrs. Albert S. Webster, 503 [unclear] Washington avenue, returned Tuesday from Galesburg, Ill.
Mrs. Paul L. Smithers and children, Ames, Austin and Genevieve, of 1031 Greenwood avenue, left Monday for Citronelle, Ala.
Mrs. Stalham Williams of 1026 Elmwood avenue, entertained guests Saturday in honor of Lieutenant Humphreys of Andover, Mass.
One of the Tuesday Luncheon and Bridge clubs was entertained at the home of Mrs. Andrew J. Woodcock, 634 [unclear] Sheridan road.

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14 Mar 1918
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    Latitude: 42.07225 Longitude: -87.72284
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Social Activities and Personal Mention