Club Women Of Wilmette Are Active
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Lake Shore News (Wilmette, Illinois), 6 Mar 1913, p. 1


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Date of Publication:
6 Mar 1913
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English
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  • Illinois, United States
    Latitude: 42.07225 Longitude: -87.72284
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1242 Wilmette Avenue
Wilmette, IL
60091-2558
U.S.A. Phone: 847-256-6930

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Music Study Class Plan Interesting Chaminade Program To Be Given Next Tuesday MorningMiss Hunt To LectureAuthoress Will Give Talk Illustrated With Views Of Plays Of The Day, Wednesday The Woman's clubs of the Tenth district of the Illinois Federation of Woman's clubs will meet with the Woman's club of Evanston at their new club house, corner of Church street and Chicago avenue on Tuesday, March 13. The morning session opens with a board meeting at 9:30, which will last one hour. Speakers for the morning session include Mrs. Geo. W. Plummer of the Consumer's league of Illinois, Mr. Arthur B. Furwell, president Chicago Law and Order league; Mrs. S. M. B. Hunt, chairman art committee I. F. W. C; Mrs. John Harvey Brown, vice-president-at-large I. F. W. C.; Mrs. Minnie Starr Grainger, general federation state secretary; Mrs. Frederick A. Dow, president I. F. W. C. Luncheon will be served at 12:30 and luncheon reservations must be made by March 10 of Mrs. Carl S. Williams, 2231 Orrington avenue. The afternoon session opens at 2 p. m. with a musical program, followed by addresses made by Mr. Joel Hunter, Hon. Alexander Mccormick and Mrs. Wm. E. Boyes. Music Study Class StartsThe music study class of the Wilmette Woman's club will meet next Tuesday, March 11, at 10 a. m. A Chaminade program, in charge of Mrs. Worthington, will be given as follows: Life and Compositions, Mrs. Field; Current Events, Mrs. Page; piano solo-"Caprice Espagnol,"Mrs. Springer; vocal-"Madrigale," "Summer," Mrs. Snite; piano-Autumn," Mrs. Livingston (Ravenswood): vocal duet-"Angelus," Mrs. R. Baker and Mrs. O. Schmidt; piano duett (3 pianos)- "Le Matin," Mme. Goodecke and Miss Gates; vocal-Selected Mrs. Hopp; piano-Selected, Mrs. Roberts; piano-"Arlequine," "Pierrette," Miss Agnes Cunneen.Miss Hunt's Last Lecture Wednesday afternoon, March 13, Miss Hunt will give her last lecture. The subject of her talk will be "Plays of the Day," illustrated, and "The Plays of the Closing Season and the New Stage Craft." Her book, entitled "The Play of Today," was sold out the first week after its publication, which shows the estimation people interested in the drama have of her opinion. Single tickets for this lecture will be 25 cents.Domestic Science Day Postponed Domestic science day, which was to be held March 19, has been postponed to April 2, dates being exchanged with the Yount Ladies' Auxiliary, who will give a play entitled "The Sufragette" on that date. The yount ladies wil be assisted by the Ladies' String quartet, composed of the following: Mrs. Daniel B. Macauly, first violin; Miss Eleanor Serrell, second violin; Mrs. Tate, third violin; Mrs. Roberts, accompanist.
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Club Women Of Wilmette Are Active