What People are Doing in Winnetka
- Lake Shore News (Wilmette, Illinois), 1 Jan 1915, p. 2
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- Mr. and Mrs. Bruce McLeish gave a dance at the Woman's club Tuesday evening.
Miss Dorothy Stanhope has as her guest Miss Loretta McCambridge of Kankakee.
The Boy Scouts' annual New Year's even dinner was held at Community house Wednesday evening.
Mrs. Lowrie McClurg gave an afternoon Christmas party, Friday, to twenty-five north shore youngsters.
Miss Ruth Woodworth gave a dinner-dance to forty guests Christmas eve at her home on Abbottsford road.
The marriage is publishedof Miss Elizabeth Cooke, sister of Mr. Francis King Cooke, principal of the Girton school, to Mr. Fred M. Jacobs.
Mrs. Floyd Clinch of Hubbard Woods will give a tea-dance New Year's day, from 4 to 7, for Miss Margaret and Mr. Duncan Clinch.
Mrs. John Robert Leonard and Mrs. Morris L. Greeley will receive informally on New Year's day at the Leonard home, 861 Bryant avenue.
Miss Marie Weissenberg, 817 Elm street, has returned to Winnetka for the holidays. She has been attending St. Mary's in the Woods Academy.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles N. Siroix [Stroix ?]and daughter, who have been making numerous visits in the east, gave a dance at the Woman's club Wednesday evening.
Mr.and MRs. Frank Ogden Magie will give a dance at the Woman's club on New Year's eve, but their daughter, Miss Henrietta, will not be present as she is still at Rosemary Hall.
A dance will be given Saturday evening at the Woman's club for the benefit of the convalescents at Grove house. Some of the ladies assisting are Mesdames James Houghteling, Herman B. Butler, H. A. De Windt, William H. Field and John H. Hardin.
Mrs. Gertrude Thurston's three daughter, Mrs. Helen Hayes of Elkhart, Miss Gertrude Thurston of Elgin, and Mrs. Roy Beverley of Elgin, were home for Christmas. Another daughter, Mrs. K. J. Monrad, who went to Ferndale, California, in June, was unable to join the family party.
Mesdames Willam J. Bryson, Victor Elting, RobertJ. Dusham, Frank Hibbard, Hale Holden, Lorenzo M. Johnson, Augustus S. Peabody, John W. Scott and Addison Stillwell will be among the patronesses for the New Year's concert of the Cornell Glee, Banjo and Mandolin Clubs at Orchestra hall.
The Butchers' and Bakers' annual Twelfth Night frolic on January 6 will be so mysterious no one outside the twelve composing the commititee of arrangements will know where it takes place until a message reaches the host or hostess who is giving the dinner party, and the guests are requested to follow the guide.
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- 1 Jan 1915
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