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Newspaper: Social News - Edmonton

The Edmonton Bulletin
January 3, 1907

Contributed for use in Alberta Digital Archives by Darlene Homme.

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Social

Miss Florence Lindner, Calgary is the guest of Miss Margaret Clarke, Seventh street.

Mr. And Mrs. De Wolfe Macdonald leave shortly for California to spend some months.

Mr. And Mrs. G. Deering of Edmonton, and Mrs. W.R. Dulmage of Winnipeg, are spending the holidays with 
Mr. and Mrs. Conn, Ottawa.

One of the very enjoyable informal affairs of the holiday season was the dinner dance given on New Year's 
night by Mr. and Mrs. Harcourt. The decorations of the dinner table and artistic dining room were of cherry 
red carnations. After the dinner an informal and very merry dance was enjoyed. Among the out-of-town 
guests were Hon. Mr. Finlay, of Medicine Hat, and Miss Linder, Calgary.

Mrs. Pardee's skating party at the Thistle rink on New Year's night proved a very successful and enjoyable 
affair. Later in the evening the party went on to Mrs. Pardee's home, where and informal dance was enjoyed. 
Among the guests were Misses Hudspeth, Miss Woods, Miss Rhodes, Misses Boucher, Miss Norah 
Campbell and the Misses Beck; Messrs. Mowat, Biggar, Supple, Marriot, Farmer, Strange, Reid, Chilcote, 
Adams, Burns and Kelly.

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