Societies & Clubs
(Articles from various Newspapers)
The Chicago Record-Herald, Wednesday, November 16, 1910
- Large number of box parties was given at the opera last night. Mr. and Mrs. James B. Waller entertained
Mrs. Morrill Dun, Mrs. W. Prescott Hunt, Chauncey J. Blair and Norman Fay.
- Miss Margorie Dyrenforth had a party consisting of Miss Margaret Herrick, Miss Helen Gurley, Theodore Sheldon
and Arthur Dyrenforth.
- James Deering had a party composed of Mr. and Mrs.Chatfield-Taylor and Mrs. Reginald deKoven.
- Mrs. S. E. Barrett had as her guests Mr. and Mrs. Redmond Stephens, Mr. and Mrs. Francis Taylor and Hopewell
- Mr. and Mrs. Edward L. Ryerson entertained Mrs. E. S. Worthington, Miss Caroline Kirkland, Eames MacVeagh
and Sydney Taber.
- Mrs. Marvin Hughitt had as her guests Mrs. Elisha Whitehead, Miss Virginia Whitehead, Miss Mary Wells and
Miss Margaret Frost.
- Mr. and Mrs. John A. Spoor had Mr. and Mrs. William R. Odell, Mrs. F. S. Eames and W. J. Comstock.
- Mrs. F. S. Winston's guests were Mrs. Louise Beckwith, John Black, garrard Winston and Hampden Winston.
- Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Stevens had with them Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Burrows and Mr. and Mrs. Percival B. Palmer.
- Dr. J. F. W. Ross of Toronto, Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Galt, Mrs. Zinn and Dr. and Mrs. A. A. Small made up a
- Mr. and Mrs. John J. Mitchell entertained Mr. and Mrs. Darius Miller and Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Rawson.
- Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hutchinson's guests were Miss Frieda Bauman of New york, Miss Anita Blair, Kenneth
Goodman and Daniel R. Magruder Jr.
- Mr. and Mrs. Harold Howard had as their guests Mr. and Mrs. John S. Runnells and Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Felton.
- Mr. and Mrs. William B. McIlvaine and Miss Henderson were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. John P. Wilson.
- H. Paepke entertained Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Wilms, Mr. and Mrs. L. Guenzel and Master Walter Paepke.
- Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Crane had with them Mrs. E. S. Hutchinson, Miss Dorothy Crane, H. W. Brant and H. J.
- Mrs. Tracy C. Drake, Mrs. T. B. Blackstone, Mrs. Byron Smith, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Chalmers and Bruce Smith
formed a party.
- Miss Susie Kirk, daughter of Mrs. John B. Kirk of Evanston, was married to Hugo Heinrich Schneider of New
York city last night at 8 o'clock in St. Mark's Episcopal Church, Archdeacon Toll officiating. Miss Donna
Eberhart of South Bend, Ind., was maid of honor and Edward Filbert was best man. The ushers were Raymond
Kirk, brother of the bride; Fred Connor, Charles Pyncheon and Wallace Kirk. The church services was followed by
a small reception at the home of the bride's brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Champlin, 814 Colfax
street, Evanston. The bride's gown was of white satin trimmed in hand embroidery and bands of beads. Her
tulle veil was fastened with a wreath of orange blossoms and she carried a shower of white orchids and lilies of
the valley. The maid of honor wore pale pink marquisette over pink satin and carried an arm bouquet of Killarney
roses. Mr. and Mrs. Schneider will spend their honeymoon in the South and Cuba and will be at home after
Jan. 1 at 460 Riverside drive, New York City.
- Invitations have been issued for the marriage of Miss Mildred Wells, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert M.
Wells, 3800 Michigan avenue, to Alfred Thomas Carton on Thursday evening, Dec. 1, in the First Presbyterian Church.
Miss Ruth Brainard of Hartford, Conn., will be maid of honor and the bridesmaids will be Miss Harriette Low
of Brooklyn, N. Y., Miss Mabel Dick, Miss Irene Wilson and Miss Ruth Felton. Laurence Roberts Carton, brother
of the bridegroom, will be best man and the ushers will be Bradford Wells and Douglas Stuart of Chicago, Dumont
Clarke Jr. of Dumont, N. J., J. Shepard Shedden of Plattsburg, N.Y., Lawrence L. Tweedy of Plainfield, N.
J.., and Childs Frick, Alfred Ely Jr. and Thomas Hardenbergh Jr. of New York.
- Announcement is made of the marriage of Miss Florence Lord, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Daniel M. Lord of the
Chicago Beach Hotel, to Will M. Hough, the Librettist, which took place Saturday evening in the study at Lincoln
Center, Jenkin Lloyd Jones officiating. Owing to the illness of the bride's mother the wedding was a quiet one.
Mr. and Mrs. Hough left immediately after the ceremony for Asheville, N. C.
- Mr. and Mrs. William V. Kelley, 4849 Ellis avenue, celebrated their sixteenth wedding anniversary on Monday.
It is Mr. Kelly's custom to send his wife every year on the day of the anniversary a shower of white roses
and lilies of the valley, a duplicate of the bouquet she carried when she was a bride, and Mrs. Kelley, after enjoying
it herself for one day, sends it on to some friend the following day. Yesterday morning she read in The Record-Herald
that the Count and Countess de Cisneros of the Chicago Grand Opera Company had celebrated their tenth anniversary
on the same day Mr. and Mrs. Kelley had observed their sixteenth, and Mrs. Kelley sent her bridal shower to the
- Dr. and Mrs. Alfred C. Havens of Lake Forest announce the engagement of their daughter, Elizabeth Wing Havens,
to Rev. Walter C. Jones.
- Mr. and Mrs. I. Grossman, 2400 West Division street, announce the coming marriage of their daughter Ruth
to Martin Weinberger on Sunday, Nov. 20.
- Mrs. Chauncey Keep, 2825 Prairie avenue, will give a theater party on Dec. 5 for Miss Anita Blair.
- Mrs. Oliver Belmont Sargent, 750 Independence boulevard, will have Miss Mary Garden as her guest of honor
at a box party at the Tuesday Art and Travel Club's benefit to-morrow afternoon at the Lyric Theater.
- Mrs. John H. Amberg and the Misses Ethel and Lucy Amberg, 3438 Michigan avenue, will give a buffet luncheon
to-morrow in honor of the Misses Cecille and Mildred Murphy.
- Mrs. John de Koven, 1150 Dearborn avenue, and Mrs. Cecil Barnes have recalled their invitations for this
afternoon on account of illness in the family.
- Mrs. A. B. Schubert of the Chicago Beach Hotel will give a luncheon and bridge party Friday at the South
Shore Country Club.
- Mr. and Mrs. Stillman B. Jamieson, 4510 Woodlawn avenue, entertained at dinner last night at the South Shore
- Mrs. Frederick F. Steinhardt of New York, who is visiting her grandmother, Mrs. J. Glaser, 435 East Forty-fifth
street, will be at home informally tomorrow afternoon.
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