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  • Wilmette Over the Quota in Campaign
    Newspaper  Lake Shore News (Wilmette, Illinois), 10 Jan 1918, p. 1     Wilmette committee in charge of recent Red Cross drive reports record in membership campaign. John A. Jameson of Hubbard Woods is in charge of the drive for New Trier. ...
    Newspaper  Lake Shore News (Wilmette, Illinois), 10 Jan 1918, p. 1   Wilmette committee in charge of recent Red Cross drive reports record in membership campaign. John A. Jameson of Hubbard Woods is in charge of the drive for New Trier. ...
  • Plan to Raise Money for Church War Work
    Newspaper  Lake Shore News (Wilmette, Illinois), 7 Feb 1918, p. 2     A war fund of $750,000 for religious works at the camps was planned at a meeting of ministers and laymen in Chicago this week. Elected officers were: President, C. H. Boyer, D.r J.H. Birkland, N.A. Nelson, Rev. C. A. Andreen, Rev. Louis Ore, Paulus List, Rev. J.F. Selbert and the ...
    Newspaper  Lake Shore News (Wilmette, Illinois), 7 Feb 1918, p. 2   A war fund of $750,000 for religious works at the camps was planned at a meeting of ministers and laymen in Chicago this week. Elected officers were: President, C. H. ...
  • War Film Nets Guard $269.55 Toward Fund
    Newspaper  Lake Shore News (Wilmette, Illinois), 20 Jun 1918, p. 4     Gross receipts of the performance of "Gerard's Four Years in Germany" at the Village Theater last week, were turned in to the treasury of the Wilmette Guard as a contribution to the present Fund campaign. The sum of $269.55 was the gift of the theater management. Letter from M. L. ...
    Newspaper  Lake Shore News (Wilmette, Illinois), 20 Jun 1918, p. 4   Gross receipts of the performance of "Gerard's Four Years in Germany" at the Village Theater last week, were turned in to the treasury of the Wilmette Guard as a contribution ...
  • "Street Fair" will Aid French Orphans
    Newspaper  Lake Shore News (Wilmette, Illinois), 27 Jun 1918, p. 1     Twelve little girls, members of the "Sunshine Band" will conduct a street fair on the lawn of the home of Fred H. Mason, 1030 Greenwood avenue on Friday. The event will be given for the benefit of destitute French orphans. The girls ranging in age from 8 to 14 years, ...
    Newspaper  Lake Shore News (Wilmette, Illinois), 27 Jun 1918, p. 1   Twelve little girls, members of the "Sunshine Band" will conduct a street fair on the lawn of the home of Fred H. Mason, 1030 Greenwood avenue on Friday. The event ...
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