What People Are Doing in Wilmette
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Lake Shore News (Wilmette, Illinois), 18 Jun 1914, p. 2


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18 Jun 1914
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Wilmette.News.295227
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  • Illinois, United States
    Latitude: 42.07225 Longitude: -87.72284
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Mr. and Mrs. John R. Cochran spent Sunday in Belvidere, Illinois.

Mr. and Mrs. Clifton I. Keith left Saturday for a ten-day trip to Yellowstone Park.

Stanley Pierce returned Tuesday of last week from Illinois and Lachlin Maclean is expected home today.

Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Buckman, 726 Laurel avenue, motored to Madison, Wisconsin, Thursday, to spend a few days.

Miss Marjorie Day and Miss Ethel Bruten leave today for Montreal, sailing Saturday to spend the summer in Europe.

Misses Isabelle and Mary Pope left yesterday for Montreal where they will sail on the 20th for a summer tour of Europe.

Mr. John Clark Baker, on Hill street, left Monday of last week for a three weeks' trip to points of interest in the west.

Mrs. A. L. Anton of MacGregor, Manitoba, was a guest at the home of her brother, Mr. D. M. Gallie, a few days this week.

Mrs. Frank Lincoln Fowler underwent a slight operation Thursday at the Evanston hospital, and is expected home next week.

Burt A. Crowe is ill with typhoid fever in his home, 815 Greenwood avenue.

Mr. and MRs. H. G. Graves, 105 Sixth street, spent the weekend at Milwaukee.

A. W. Hawkes, 714 Central avenue, is on a trip through Tennessee and Mississippi.

Herbert G. Graves, 105 Sixth street, departed Monday night for Detroit for a few days' stay.

Mrs. B. O'Bannon of Davenport, Iowa, is the guest of Mrs. Arthur Thompson, 707 Linden avenue.

Mrs. Kate V. Taylor is spending the summer with her son, Arthur J. Taylor, 835 Central avenue.

Mrs. A. W. Hawkes, 714 Central avenue, is spending a few weeks with her mother in Kansas City, Missouri.

Mrs. I. J. Ekstrom of Chicago is the guest of her daughter, Mrs. Gordon L. Smith, 1515 Lake avenue.

Harry Dillenbeck, 1110 Lake Avenue, spent Saturday with his mother, Mrs. C. Dillenbeck at Woodlaawn.

W. D. Baker of New York is the guest of his son, F. J. Baker, 507 Lake avenue, for an indefinite stay.

Eleanor Buckman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred D. Buckman, 831 Oakwood avenue, is ill with the measles.

Mrs. W. R. Blunt, of Detroit, Michigan, is a guest in the home of Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Blunt, 1008 Oakwood avenue.

L. E. Blunt, Jr. of Boston is visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Blunt, 1008 Oakwood, for a short stay.

Mrs. Dallas M. Libby, 1505 Elmwood avenue, lsft yesterday for Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania for a visit with friends and relatives.

Mrs. Edwin Ransdell of Wakefield, Massachusetts is the guest of her daughter, Mrs. Ira Ryenr, 116 Fifth street, for a few weeks.

Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Moersfield are visiting friends in Wilmette. Mrs. Moersfield will be remembered here as Miss Millie Kinney.

Curtis Bird, the son of Mr. and Mrs. George H. Bird, has ecovered from an attack of diptheria and the family is out of quarantine.

Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Brahn, 1330 Greenwood avenue, motored to Calvary, Wisconsin, last week for a brief visit with friends there.

Mr. and Mrs. C. Hayslit of Brooklyn, New York, were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Burnett on Central avenue a few days this week.

Mrs. Willam R. Johnson and little daughte rof Syraccuse, New York, are the guests of Mr. and MRs. Fred M. Simmons, 110 Fifth avenue.

Mrs. H. S. Tarks of Mount Vernon, New York, came Friday to spend several weeks with Mr. and MRs. H. B. Mulford, 835 Elmwood avenue.

Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Harper and Mrs. Edward Corette returned Saturday from Hartford, Michigan, wher ethey spent a few days last week.

Mrs. A. W. Hawkes, 714 Central avenue, is visiting her mother, Mrs. Wittfield, in Kansas City, Missouri, and is expected home July first.

Mrs. C. H. Klemm, 420 Park avenue, returned Saturday from Diamond lake, where she was the guest of her cousin, Mrs. A. W. Lowvell.

Mrs. L. A. Marsden of Cleveland, Ohio, returned to her home Saturday after an extended visit with MRs. F. E. Hopkins, 16 Ningt street.

Mrs. Robert Newcombe returned to her home in Woonsocket, Rhode Island, Saturday afer a visit with Mrs. William R. Mahan, 718 Elmwood avenue.

Mrs. James MacPherson with her daughter, Miss Helen MacPherson, of Canton, Massachusetts, is visiting her cousin, Mrs. John Gage, for several weeks.

Mr. and Mrs. Arthur B. Siebold, 523 Washington avenue, returned Wednesday from a month's stay in California and othe states on the coast.

Mrs. George Carroll and Madame Carroll, of Chicago, who formerly lived on Ashland Avenue, Wilmette, spent Monday visiting friends in the village.

Mr. C. C. Carnahan is expected home next Wednesday from a two weeks' business trip to Denver, Salt Lake City, Los Angeles and San Francisco.

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas E. D. Bradley, 1104 Forest avenue, expect to leave Wilmeltte, July 1 for Ephraim, Wisconsin, where they will spend the summer.

Mrs. E. E. Shaw and daughter, Miss Verda, of Oskaloosa, Iowa, are the guests of the former's son, Roy E. Shaw, and his family, 1214 Hill street.

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Wilson, who have been visiting Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Wilson, 1118 Central avenue, for a month left Sunday or their home in Ceres, California.

Miss Hulda Osterlund, who has just returned to Chicago from a tour of Europe, was the guest over Sunday of Mrs. R. H. Huntsman, 211 [unclear] Ninth street.

Edwin W. Spear, who has been the guest of his son, W. O. Spear, and family, 607 Forest avenue, for the last two months, returned to Baltimore, Maryland, Saturday.

Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Smythe of Marion, Iowa, and Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Geer of Rockford, Illinois, were out of town guests for the Barker-Grimshaw wedding, Tuesday evening.

Miss Cora Fieldhouse, a former resident, is visiting Mrs. M. B. Skinner and other Wilmette friends. Miss Feldhouse has been residing in Oakland, California, for several years.

Mrs. J. B. Boddie, 835 Fifteenth street, and he rcousin, Miss Mary Boddie Patterson, of Gallatin, Tennessee, spent Saturday with Mrs. Lillian Ballou in Chiago Saturday.

Mr. and MRs. Otto Rabe, Dr. Herbert C. West and Miss West motored to Union Grove, leaving Friday, to spend the weekend with Mrs. Herbert C. West who is there for the summer.

Miss Pauline Patten, the eighth grade teacher in the Central school several years ago, was visiting friends in Wilmette this week. Miss Patten has been making her home in Spokane.

Mrs. M. E. Mogg with her children spent several days with her sister, Mrs. H. B. Mulford. Mrs. Mogg was motoring from her home in Indianapolis to her summer home at Lake Geneva.

Mr. and Mrs. Harry G. Baldwin and children, Cecelia Alice and Harry Jr., 226 Ninth street, left Thursday to spend two weeks in Danville, Fairmont and Tuscola, Illinois, visiting relatives and friends.

Mr. and Mrs. Fred Benbo of Chicago were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Henry L. Purdy, 440 East Railroad avenue. Mrs. Purdy accompanied them home, where she will visit for a few days.

Miss S. Anderson of Newark, New Jersey, has been visiting her cousin, Mrs. Edward Mendsen, of Greenleaf avenue, this week, attending the biennial convention a a delegate from the Newark Woman's club.

Mr. Oliver Hinsdell was the guest of his sister, Mrs. Charles J. Carlson, 501 Washington avenue, last week. Mr. Hinsdell is leading man this season with the Ben Greet players in "The Comedy of Errors."

Mrs. A. C. Olendorf and daughter, Miss Margaret, 237 Linden avenue, will leave Sunday for Edmonton, ALberta, Canada, awhere they will visit the former's daughter, Mrs. W. B. Mills, until September 1.

Mr. and Mrs. Charles McCue, 631 Washington avenue, were entertained at a weekend house party in ith home of Mr. and Mrs. Sheldon, at Muskegon, Wisconsin. Mr. and Mrs. Sheldon formerly resided in Wilmete.

Mr. and Mrs. J. Fred Schumacher, 158 Lake avenue, departed Saturday for LaCrosse, Wisconsin, where they will remain until July 20 at their summer home in that place. Mr. Schumacher is assistant postmaster of Wilmette.

Mrs. Russel King of Indianapolis comes tomorrow to visit Miss Abbey King. She will remain several weeks.

Mr. and Mrs. J. Parker Gowing and Miss Hortense Gowing return today from a week spent in Atlantic City.

Miss Josephine Mueller, who has been teaching in Readley, California, public schools during the winer, visited with her father, Baptist Mueller, 1222 Wilmette avenue, last week. She departed Tuesday for New York, where she will join her sister, Miss Loise Mueller, and other friends for a trip to Germany.

Mrs. J. L. Williams of Chicago, who has been the guest of her daughter, Mrs. Joseph E. Shantz, 1053 Linden avenue, departed Wednesday for Vancouver, British Columbia. Mrs. M. Wigglesworth, aunt of Mrs. Shantz, also leaves for Spokane, Washington, to visit Mrs. Sarah Bunker, a former resident of Wilmette.

Miss Mabel Rogers, who has been the guest of Miss Evelyn Segsworth the last two weeks on he way home from scohol in Minnesota, left yesterday with her father, Mr. A. A. Rogers, for their home in Porteles, New Mexico. Mr. and Mrs. Rogers lived in Wilmette until about two years ago, when they removed to the southwest.

Guests at the home of Dr. and Mr. M. R. Barker this week were their son and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Vincent, of Everett, Washington, who arrived Friday; Mr. Ira Grimshaw arriving Tuesday from Santa Fe, New Mexico; Mr. James McDowell and Mr. Ralph McDowell, who came Saturday from Oregon, and Miss Gladys Stevens from Urbana, Illinois.

A former Wilmette resident spent last week here, Mrs. E. B. Mendsen [Mendson?] of Plainville, Michigan, who visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Mendsen, 801 Greenleaf avenue, Mrs. J. B. Greiner and other friends. Mrs. Mendson [Mendsen?] returned to be present at the wedding of Miss Jessie Mendsen to Mr. Edwin Conover which took place last week in Evanston.

Miss Louise Lloyd has been known in Wilmette as a devotee of music for some time, but has now gained a reputation outside the village which will come as a surprise to many of the townspeople. Miss Lloyd has been organist at the church of the Holy Comforter in Kenilworth for two years and her progress in her chosen work, organ music, has resulted in a request to substitute during the summer months at Grace Episcopal church on Wabash avenue, in place of Mr. Harrison M. Wild, one of Chicago's foremost organists.

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