Personal Mention of Wilmette Folk
Lake Shore News (Wilmette, Illinois), 10 Sep 1914, p. 2

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Mrs. B. T. Roodhouse, 427 Laurel avenue, is visiting in the east.

Mrs. R. E. Smith, 1050 Linden avenue, has returned after a short visit in Chicago.

Mrs. Elizabeth Russell of Greenleaf avenue has returned from Grand Rapids, Michigan.

Mrs. Mary E. Springer, 707 Central avenue, has returned from an outing at Harvard, Illinois.

Mr. Carlton Kaumeyer, 601 Linden avenue, will attend Lake Forest College this year.

Mr. Ellis C. Latham of New York is expected to visit relatives in Wilmette this week.

Mr. J. W. Rush, 727 Linden avenue, returned Sunday from an outing at Minneaska [unclear], Minnesota.

Mr. Earl Gowing, 630 Washington avenue, has gone east to attend Princeton University.

Mr. John C. Blaylock, 230 Doyle Court, is in St. Paul, Minnesota, on an extended business trip.

Mrs. W. N. Waidner and family, 1046 Greenwood avenue, are visiting in Baltimore, Maryland, this week.

Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Clendenin of 916 Elmwood avenue, announce the birth of a son, Tuesday, August 18.

Mr. Lysle Smith, 1325 Greenwood avenue, is making a Chautauqua tour of the Central states this month.

Miss Etta Sullivan of Milwaukee, Wisconsin, was the guest this week of Mrs. F. H. Gallagher, 1233 Forest avenue.

Mr. Leroy Hammond, 1 Crescent place, has returned from a three weeks' outing at Dewey Lake, Michigan.

Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Barber, 621 Linden avenue, are at home after a three weeks' vacation at White Lake, Michigan.

Miss Marguerite Thompson is in Onargo, Illinois, this year, where she will make one of the High School faculty.

Mrs. G. H. Canniff, 723 Central avenue, is in North Carolina making an extended visit among friends and realatives.

Miss Gertrude Taber, 1018 Eleventh street, has been spending the week in Battle Creek, Michigan, the guest of relatives.

David Camelon of 125 Fourth street is enjoying an outing as the guest of his uncle, Dr. Camelon of Detroit, Michigan.

Mrs. Henry Harfst, 1503 Lake avenue, has returned from Belvidere, Illinois, where she has been the guest of her mother.

Mrs. John Murray and three children of Chicago were the weekend guests of Mrs. J. C. Blaylock, 230 Doyle Court.

Mrs. F. D. Day, 810 Oakwood avenue, has returned from a short visit with her daughter at her home in Racine, Wisconsin.

Mrs. Bruce B. Powell, 908 Ashland avenue, will return about the fifteenth of this month from an extended visit in California.

Mrs. William G. Anderson, 1011 Lake avenue, has as her guests, Miss Florence Carroll and Mrs. Clyde Judson of Painesville, Ohio.

Mr. George C. Burge, 321 Fourth street, has returned from an extended trip in New England. His nephew of Boston returned with him.

Mr. and Mrs. Peter R. Finlay and family, 419 Ninth street, returned last Thursday evening from a month's vacation spent at Gull Lake, Michigan.

Mrs. Charles Major, 215 Ninth street, who has been summering at Christmas Cove, Maine, with her little son, returned to Wilmette this week.

The Misses Mary and Mildred Latham, 229 Sixth street, returned this week from Cohasset, Massachusetts, where they have been visiting relatives.

Master Robert Tucker Drake, the youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. Lyman M. Drake, 933 Lake avenue, is visiting relatives in Canton Junction, Massachusetts.

Mr. and Mrs. Herbert B. Mulford and daughter, 835 Elmwood avenue, spent the weekend and Labor Day at Power's and Geneva Lakes, Wisconsin.

Word has been received from the Misses Marjorie Day and Ethel Bruten, that they sailed from Liverpool, England, on Saturday, September 5.

Mrs. Butler of Mudlavia, Illinois, returned last Wednesday to her home after being the guest of Mrs. Percival N. Butler, 1016 Ashland avenue.

Mrs. F. H. Gallagher and two daughters, Alice and Margaret, 1233 Forest avenue, returned last week from a short visit with friends in Benton Harbor, Michigan.

Mr. and Mrs. Jason Saunderson have returned to their home in Sioux City, Iowa, after being the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Charles B. Stillman, 1620 Lake Avenue.

Mr. and Mrs. Henry B. Gates, 1126 Wilmette avenue, returned Tuesday after spending a very delightful week at the summer home of Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Wray, in Kegonza, Wisconsin.

Rev. T. K. Gale, pastor of the Wilmette Methodist Church, went to Chicago to officiate at the marriage of Miss Judith Marie Carlson and Mr. Charles Lawrence Cotton of Rockford, Illinois.

Mr. and Mrs. Jonathan C. Drake and family, 1226 Lake avenue, accompanied by the Mesdames A. P. Peirce, 1007 Lake avenue, and Charles N. Roberts, 1014 Lake avenue, motored to Starved Rock, Illinois, over the weekend and Labor day.

Mr. W. Quinbach and family, former residents of Wilmette, but lately of Black River Falls, Wisconsin, will again make their home here. Mr. Quinbach was formerly connected with Hubbell's hardware store, previous to its purchase by Mr. Millen.

Mrs. C. G. Smith, 1325 Greenwood avenue, will return Saturday from a visit with friends in Kankakee, Illinois. Her daughter, Miss Lynne Smith, will return with her. Miss Smith was one of the several injured persons in the automobile accident at Kansas City.

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Personal Mention of Wilmette Folk