What People are Doing in Highland Park
Lake Shore News (Wilmette, Illinois), 9 Oct 1913, p. 9

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J. Lauderbach has been very [damage] for some time.
[damage] John Irwin entertained informally at luncheon Friday.
[damage] Roger C. Sullivan left last week for a business trip in the east.
Miss E. M. Glynch of Wauconda is the guest of Mrs. Carnell.
Mrs. Jno. O'Keefe left Friday for a [damage] weeks' visit in Chattanooga, Tennessee.
Miss Priscilla Noerenberg returned [damage] week from a few days' visit in [damage], Illinois
Mrs. Stubbs returned last week from a several months' sojourn in California.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Lane of Lombard, Illinois, were guests last week of [damage] Otis L. Beardsley.
Miss Byron J. Stevens and Miss [damaged] Stevens are visiting relatives in Columbus, Ohio
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar F. Bell are guests of their daughter, Mrs. Harry [damaged] in Elgin, Illinois.
Mr. J. C. Morrison is in Minneapolis is attending the Varnish Makers' convention.
Mr. Tom Glass left the latter part of the week for Plattstown, Pa., to attend school in that city.
Miss Isabell Errart left last week for Los Angeles, California, where she will spend the winter.
Mrs. Stanger is entertaining her mother, Mrs. Charles Osborne, of Union Hills, Indiana.
Mr. and Mrs. Jno. D. Whay of Detroit, Michigan are visiting Mr. and Mrs. [damage] Glass.
Mrs. Charles F. Drake returned last week from a several weeks' trip in northern Wisconsin.
Misses Marjorie and Frances Small have taken apartments at "The Laurel" for the winter.
Mr. E. M. Kemp and daughtr have returned from a ten days' sojourn at French Lick Springs.
Mrs. A. C. Tarbert of 316 Laurel avenue, left Tuesday for Philadelphia after a month's visit with her sister.
A number of society people attended the opening of The Majestic theater in Waukegan Saturday evening.
Miss Anne Seymour, who has been visiting her sister, Mrs. Rex Jones, left Saturday for her home in New York.
Mrs. John S. Bell entertained informally Tuesday in honor of Miss Warner of Massachusetts, who is the guest of her aunt, Mrs. John Oliver.
Mrs. F. P. Boynton and children af [damage] North Sheridan road returned last week from a summer's vacation in Nantucket, Mass.
Miss Anna Seymour left this week for her home in New York. She has been for some time the guest of her sister, Mrs. Rex Lauder Jones.
The Morraine Hotel will be open all winter for guests. Heretofore it has been closed during the winter season.
Mr. Martin Howley, Miss Agnes Eagen and Miss Mary Pusnock are guests of Mrs. Hugh Rinehart, 104 Homewood avenue, this week.
Announcement has been made of the engagement of Miss Alice Evans, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Evans, to Harold Larsen of Green Bay, Wisconsin.
Mrs. Robert C. Williams, who has been the guest of her father the greater part of the summer, has returned to her home in Fort Clark, Texas.
Misses Marjorie and Dorothy Loudon entertained informally for Miss Poyson Monday afternoon. Miss Poyson is a guest of Mrs. Henry Boyds.
Miss Marion McIntyre of Denver was a guest last week of Miss Margaret Burnell. Miss McIntyre and Miss Burnell left the latter part of the week for Kemper Hall.
The Woman's club held its opening meeting at the club Tusday afternoon. Mrs. Henry Fair and Mrs. Henry Boyd were the committee in charge of the affair.
Mrs. B. A> Fessenden returned last week from the east, where she had been to see her nephew, Robin Peck, who was so seriously injured a few weeks ago in an automobile accident.
Cards are out for the marriage of Miss Helen Grace Woodruff, formerly of Highland Park, now of Chicago, to Edwin Gardiner, son of Dr. and Mrs. Edwin Gardiner. The wedding will be celebrated in the early winter.
Members of the Ossoli Club entertained with a large bridge party Saturday afternoon at the Highland Park clubhouse. Mrs. Frank L. Weaver was chairman of the committee and had charge of the affair.
Clarence W. Chadwick, G. S. B., member of the board of lectureship of the First Church of Christ Scientist, Boston, gave a very interesting lecture in the Highland Park church Saturday evening.
Mrs. O. Merrideth returned last week from a two months' visit with her husband's family in Omaha, Nebraska, and is making preparations to join her husband in the Philippines. Mr. Merrideth is firs lieutenant and will be stationed in the Philippines for the next three years.

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Brief notices of social events in Highland Park, Illinois

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9 Oct 1913
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  • Illinois, United States
    Latitude: 42.07225 Longitude: -87.72284
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What People are Doing in Highland Park