What People are Doing in Wilmette
Lake Shore News (Wilmette, Illinois), 14 May 1914, p. 2

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    Latitude: 42.07225 Longitude: -87.72284
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Miss Pauline Lewis has been ill this week.

Mr. Richard Webber returned Sunday from a visit to California.

Mrs. Chambers, the mother of Mrs. William Struggles, is ill with pneumonia.

The three little children of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Gibson on Tenth street have whooping cough.
Mr. Giles Harrington attended the National Marking Machine convention in Bay City, Michigan last week.

Miss Edith Colette, [unclear] Central avenue, is attending the spring term at Moody Institute.

Mrs. W. S. Reserve [unclear] of Corry, Penn., is the guest of Mrs. Herbert H. Mulford, 835 [unclear] Elmwood avenue.

Melvin Hill of Des Moines, Ia., visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Hill, 1320 [unclear] COlumbus avenue, a few days last week.

Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Buckman [unclear] 726 Laurel avenue, leave Sunday for New York City. They will be gone about ten days.

Mrs. Tillotson of Michigan City, Indiana, was the guest of her sister, Mrs. E. M. Stafford, several days of last week.

Mr. and Mrs. Hinman [unclear] of [unclear] Park are visiting this month with Mr. and Mrs. Rexford Bellamy [unclear] Linden avenue.

Mrs. [unclear] Gates who has been the guest of her aunt, Mrs. James Watson for a week, left Tuesday for her home in Superior, Michigan.

Mrs. [unclear] A. Smith of Park avenue left Thursday to spend the month in St. Paul, Minnesota, with her son and his wife, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Smith.

Miss [unclear] who has been the guest of her sister, Mrs. Frederick [unclear] for several weeks left for her home in New York Thursday.

Mr. and Mrs. [illegible] left Saturday for their new home in Los Angeles, California. They leave many friends in Wilmette.

Dr. and Mrs. Veach and their daughters, Misses Alice and Margaret Veach, left last week for their summer home in Chautauqua, New York.

Mrs. L. K. Gilson and Mrs. Carl Schroeder were delegates from the Wilmette Woman's Club to the Mother's [unclear] held in Moline, [illegible]

Mr. [illegible] Kutten and Mr. Phil [illegible], who have been traveling in [illegible] during the last [illegible], are expected home the latter part of next week.

Mr. and Mrs. Humphrey Woodhouse [very unclear] formerly of Woodlawn have purchased the home at [unclear] Ninth street and took possession the first of the month.

Mr. and Mrs. George E. Redfield and Miss Dorothy Redfield returned last week to their home, 1012 Linden avenue after spending the winter in Chicago.

Mrs. Giles Harrington and her daughter, Alma, will remain for the summer in Philadelphia. Mrs. Harrington was called last week by the illness of her mother.
William Schroeder, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Schroeder of Park avenue, left Wilmette last week to travel for Reid, Murdock & Co. He will make his headquarters in Burlington, Iowa.

Miss Harriet Trube and Mr. Tad Wateman of Logan Square, Chicago, were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Huntsman, 211 Ninth street, Sunday.

Mr. and Mrs. William Bennett, 124 Twelfth street, will leave May 17 for an extensive trip through the south. They expect to be gone about three weeks.

Mrs. T. E. Adams (Susie Watson) and little son, Robert, of Marshalltown, Ia., came to Wilmette Tuesday to spend a month with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. James Watson, on Forest avenue.

Mrs. John Segsworth returned home this week after spending a month visiting friends and relatives in the east. Miss Anna Gilder returned with Mrs. Segsworth to spend several weeks in Wilmette.

The funeral of Mrs. William Schildgen, who died at her home in Ravenswood May 5, took place Friday. Mrs. Schildgen is survived by her husband and two children, William and Guenevieve. The family formerly lived in Wilmette

Mr. and Mrs. Maynard have rented their home at [unclear] Chestnut avenue for the summer to Mr. and Mrs. E. B. [illegible] of Chicago. Mr. and Mrs. Maynard, with Mr. and Mrs. Macauley, will spend this summer as they did last year, camping on the lake shore near the foot of Chestnut avenue.

Mr. and Mrs. John Francis Hurst of Edgewater spent Sunday of last week with Mr. and Mrs. Carl Johnson of Tenth street. Mrs. Hurst, who was Mrs. Ethel Dalrymple[unclear], wil be remembered in Wilmette. She has been entertaining a number of her Wilmette friends on herSaturday at home. Mr. and Mrs. Hurst are residing at 1275 Clarendon [unclear] avenue.

Some of the out-of-town guests for the Skelton-Hubbard wedding were Mr. Glover of Harvey, ILlinois, who was the guest of Mr. Olwin, and Mr. Bernard Nebhauer [unclear] of Dixon, Illinois, and Mr. George [illegible] of Madison, Wis., who were guests with Mr. and Mrs. Gemmill, Mr. and Mrs. Hubbard of Rock Island were also guests at the Gemmill home.

Word has been received that Mr. and Mrs. Edward Connolly of Woodside, California, are the happy parents of a son, born on April [?]. The child is named Edward Stanton. Mrs. Connolly, who was Miss Marguerite Willard, was well known here during her high school years, being prominent in girls athletic sports and other activities. She was graduated form New Trier in [?], after which the family lelft Wilmette to reside in the [illegible]

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What People are Doing in Wilmette