Bazaar for Arden Shore Winter Camp
- Lake Shore News (Wilmette, Illinois), 23 Oct 1914, p. 1
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Ladies of the north shore are taking great interest in the bazaar which is to be given Monday afternoon and evening, November 2, at the Evanston Woman's Club for the benefit of the Arden Shore Winter Camp. Elaborate plans are being perfected, and if carried to a successful issue, the bazaar will be one of the best ever held in Evanston.
Mrs. O. B. Tennis of Evanston, Mrs. Boyington of Highland Park, and others from the several north shore towns, meet with the committee each week and discuss plans for bettering the affair. Each town will have a table or concession of candy, cakes, flowers or fancy work. Chances will be sold on two beautiful oriental rugs under the direction of Mrs. G. L. Martin. The flowers will be presided over by Mesdames Thomas Knox and J. Parker Gowing, and the cakes by Mrs. Charles A. Wanner. Tea and sandwiches will be served in the upper ball room. Those who care to dance will be able to do so, both in the afternoon and evening.
The committee in charge consists of Mesdames O. B. Tennis, C. C. Mitchell, M. Frank Barrett, Thomas Knox, Alfred Bersbach, George L. Martin, J. Parker Gowing, D. M. Gallie, Ernest T. Bartlett, Hayes McKinney, Herbert C. Mulford, William Mahan, John R. Cochran, D. F. Affleck, Percy B. Idler, E. L. FitzRandolph, Robert H. Moore, William J. Montgomery, M. A. Smith, Harry Snow and F. [unclear] A. Whitman
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- Northt Shore ladies show great interest in raising necessary funds
- Date of Publication:
- 23 Oct 1914
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- Arden Shore
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Illinois, United States
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