What People Are Doing in Glencoe
- Lake Shore News (Wilmette, Illinois), 1 Aug 1912, p. 12
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Thomas King and [illegible] have arrived hoome from summer camp.
Miss Jean Hurford will conduct a kindergarten during this month.
Miss Violet Hettinger spent last week with Miss Hermonia Shirk.
Mrs. James K. Calhoun entertained with a tea Wednesday afternoon.
Miss Rose Dennis spent last week in Racine, Wis. visiting relatives.
The Misses Elizabeth and Marian [illegible] are at Sargent's Camp.
Miss Sara Hammond left last week for Muskegan, Mich. to visit friends.
Mr. and Mrs. P. B. Dick are spending the summer at the home of L. R. Ligare.
Russell Edwards returned to Glencoe to pack his furniture, preparatory to moving.
Mr. and Mrs. F. G. Kirch leave for Europe Monday to spend the remainder of the summer.
Miss Fred Patton entertained last Tuesday in honor of her guest, Miss Martha Welling of Worthington, O.
Miss Harriet Niles of Madison, Wis., who has been visiting Miss Ethel DeLang, has returned to her home.
Donald Calhoun who suffered a dislocated shoulder and broken arm when he fell from a tree some time ago, is doing very nicely.
The next meeting of the Glencoe Equal Suffrage association will be held on Monday, Aug. 12 at the home of Mrs. A. L. Lichtstern [type is difficult to read]. Mrs. Ella S. Stewart, one of the best known leaders of the state, will address the meeting. Her subject will be "Why Some English Women Are Millitant Suffragists." She will also give some account of her trip in Ohio, where she is now assisting in a three weeks' campaign for the women of that state.
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