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Lake Shore News (Wilmette, Illinois), 18 Jun 1915, p. 3

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Mr. and Mrs. Hathaway Watson have arrived from Chicago for the summer months.

Miss Eva Francis [sic] Frye has returned from a two months' visit in New York and Philadelphia

Mr. and Mrs. James F. Fahey are receiving congratulations on the birth of a daughte, Jane Frances, on June 2.

Mr. and Mrs. George Broan [unclear] have taken Mr. and Mrs. ALfred Newton Burnham's house for July and August.

Mr. and Mrs. H.A. Carpenter and family left town Tuesday evening for Fenville, Michigan, to spend the next three months on a farm.

Mr. and Mrs. William Hale are building near the home of Mr. and Mrs. William G. Hibbard, Jr. Mrs. Hale is a sister of Mrs. Hibbard.

The Christ church Sunday School picnic Saturday in Skokie Park was a great success. There were field sports
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with prizes and supper afterwards in the parish house.

Miss Mabel Smith, Miss Clara Koos and Mrs. E. C. Weissenberg went to McHenry Saturday to act as pall bearers at the funeral of their cousin, Mrs. S.J. Dowell, better known to her Winnetka friends as Edith Ritter.

Mrs. James L. Houghteling, Mrs. A. S.peaody and Mrs. Hermon B. Butler will open their gardens for a lawn party to be given on Tuesday for the benefit of the Providence Day nursery. "Sanctuary," a bird masque by Percy Mackay, will be presented.

Mrs. and Mrs. William G. Hibbard, Jr., intend to take a trip from Panama to San Francisco by water the latter part of August. The associated Harvard clubs will go at the same time and Mr. and Mrs. Hibbard will be accompanied by Francis Hackett, who graduated from the Chicago Evening Post to an editorial chair on the New Republic.

It is time for the boys and girls to be coming home from college. Some of those who have already arrived are Isabel Gilmore, Blanche Day, Marie Wiessenberg, Louise Otis, Tom Brown, WIlliam S. Bishop, Jr., Betty Hoyt, Romaine McIlvaine, Marjory Fiefe, Mary Elizabeth Leonard, WIlliam Sidley, Jr., Emily Matz, Ellen Montgomery, and Winthrop Case.

A number of showers have been given for Miss Grace Delly, whose marriage to Clarence Brown of Evanston takes place tomorrow afternoon at the residence of the bride. A towel shower was given by Miss Georgia Marks of Wilmette, a miscellaneous shower by Mrs. John Dethloff and Miss Suhr and a handkerchief shower by Miss Mattie Ingersoll of Highland Park.

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Brief notices of social activities in Winnetka, Illinois

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18 Jun 1915
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