What People Are Doing in Glencoe
- Lake Shore News (Wilmette, Illinois), 22 Aug 1912, p. 4
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Mr. John King returned Saturday from Gull Lake, Mich.
Miss Dorothy Brown has as her guest Mrs. Ben Newhall.
Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Kreger are rejoicing over the birth of a son.
Miss Alpha Harmon of New Rochelle, N. Y., is visiting Mrs. J. K. Calhoun.
Mr. Reginald Orde, who has been visiting his cousin, Markham B. Orde, left Friday.
Miss Grace Crowder of Sullivan, Ind., is stopping at the home of Mr. Don E. Marsh.
Thursday Mrs. Harry D. Wiley entertained for Mrs. Pierre Cambloss witch auction bridge.
Miss Anna Mac Rae of Galt, Ont., is visiting at the home of her brother, Mr. Albert Mac Rae.
Miss Dorothy Parks left Saturday for Gull Lake, Mich., where she will visit Miss Catherine Jacobs.
Col. William V. Jacob's residence, South avenue, near Bluff street, has been sold to Dr. Lee. K. Stewart.
Mr. and Mrs. Brintnall are taking the Georgian Bay trip. They will stop en route at Buffalo and Toronto.
Thursday evening Mr. and Mrs. Frank Andrews entertained at bridge in honor of Mrs. Pierce Cambloss.
Saturday evening a number of the young people gave a subscription dance at the Woman's Library club.
Mrs. R. D. Coy, Greenleaf avenue, is entertaining Miss Gertrude Pease of Quincy, Ill., and Miss Bessie Pease of St. Louis, Mo.
Mr. Leonard Bligh and his brother, Mr. C. D. Grassett, left last week for Denver, Col. Mr. Bligh, who has been in ill health for some time, expects to spend the winter in Arizona.
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