What People Are Doing in Wilmette
Lake Shore News (Wilmette, Illinois), 19 Sep 1912, p. 12

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Mrs. M. B. Skinner returned Sunday from a trip to Kansas City. Mrs. Frank Cutler entertained the Tuesday club at luncheon this week. Miss Jennie Shantz is spending a month with her father in Pittsburch, Pa. Mr. Thomas Knox, 519 Forest avenue, left Sunday for Oklahoma City, Okla. Tom Hall, 1129 Central avenue, left town this week for a six week's business trip. Miss Mary Garber of Madison, Ind., is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph J. Siddhall. Miss Melita von Glahn has as her guest, Miss Edna Vollmer of Kenosha, Wis., last week. The ladies guild of the St. Augustine church will meet at the parish house on Friday. Miss Susie Paulson, 715 Washington avenue, returned Friday from her vacation in the west. Julian Hess returned last week from near Lander, Wyo., where he spent the summer. Miss Helen Dibble of Toronto, Can., is visiting Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Barber, 621 Linden avenue. Mr. Claude Lewis spent a short time with Mr. and Mrs. Albert W. Hawkes, 714 Central avenue. Miss Meta bon Glahn spent last Sunday at Woodlawn, the guest of Miss Devina C. Carnegie. Miss Wynne Crawford entertained for Miss Edna Vollmer at luncheon on Friday of last week. Miss Margaret Scheidenhelm entertained a number of friends at "500" on Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Thurman, 822 Linden avenue, returned last week from an eastern trip. There will be a junior hop at the Ouilmette Country club on Friday evening of this week. Mrs. Joseph Davis and Mrs. William O. Belt entertained recently at bridge at the home of Mrs. Belt. Mr. and Mrs. George T. Dyer of 1010 Chestnut aveneue have returned home after being away all summer. Mr. C. W. Lasher, Jr., of San Francisco, Cal., was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Walter D. Elmer Monday. Mrs. E. Thiele and three children spent the week-end with Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Elmer, 1517 Lake avenue. Mr. and Mrs. S. Pines, who spends every summer in Wilmette, has returned to Chicago for the winter. Mrs. Mortimer B. Skinner, 725 Tenth street, entertained informally at bridge last Thursday afternoon. Mr. Lester Graves, 105 Sixth street, left Saturday for New York, where he will occupy a new position. New Trier high school will open next Monday, although there is still much to be done on the new buildings. Mr. W. C. Rennolds, 803 Greenwood avenue, returned Friday from Denver, Colo., where he had been for a week. Miss Ruth Gates left Saturday for Burlington, Ia., where she will teach mathematics in the Burlington high school. Mr. and Mrs. McCombs moved into Mr. A. S. Van Deusen's flats at the corner of Twelfth and Central avenue Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Rathbone and Mrs. Parsons are expected back this week from an extended trip through the west. Mrs. Harry Cumberland and children of 119 Fifth street left Friday for Milton Junction, Wis., to be gone a few days. Mr. and Mrs. J. Roe and family of Forest avenue will leave this week for Chicago where they will remain during the winter. Mrs. W. R. Elwell, Miss Wynne Crawford and little Hope and William Elwell have gone to Kenosha, Wis., for a short stay. Mrs. P. A. Myers and children, who have been spending the past three months in different parts of Michigan, returned Monday. Miss Ella Butz returned last week to Sheboygan, Wis., where she is supervisor of domestic science in the Sheyboygan school. Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Wheelock, 822 Central avenue, who spent the summer traveling in Europe, returned to Wilmette last week. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Bruch and family, 1201 Greenwood avenue, have returned from Atlantic City, Buffalo and other eastern cities. Mr. and Mrs. E. Kinstler, who have occupied the residence of Mr. P. A. Myers at 627 Lake avenue, all summer, have moved to Chicago. Mr. and Mrs. George C. Foster, 803 Michigan avenue, are receiving congratulations on the birth of a daughter, born Tuesday, Sept. 10. Mr. and Mrs. Lyman M. Drake and sons, Lyman, Keith and Robert, returned Saturday from Europe, where they spent the summer travelling. Mrs. Marbury and children have returned to their home in New York, after spending the summer with her mother, Mrs. Ross, 1054 Linden avenue. Miss Gertrude Falk of Boston, who is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Charles J. Carlsen, 501 Washington avenue, expects to make her home with them this fall. Mrs. Burhans of Jacksonville, Fla., who has been visiting her daughter, Mrs. James Harry Kidder, 817 Central avenue, has gone to the south side, Chicago. On Saturday evening, at the Ouilmette Country club, the first formal card party of the season will be held. Bridge will be played and refreshments served. Miss Marjory Day, 810 Oakwood avenue, will leave Tuesday for the south side, Chicago, where she will spend the winter teaching at Kenwood institute. Mrs. J. B. Griener, 631 Lake avenue, entertained a number of ladies at luncheon on Thursday, complimentary to Miss Dorothy Collier, who left this week for Dana hall. Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Carnahan, 700 Central avenue, and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Thomas, 735 Forest avenue, left Monday evening for a two weeks' fishing trip in northern Wisconsin. The last "open house" of the Wilmette Woman's club will be held at the club house on Wednesday, Sept. 25 at 2:30 p. m. All ladies of the village are cordially invited. Fancy work and music. Mrs. Ralph Potter will be hostess. Mr. Arnold von der Ahe, the Swiss dramatic tenor and grand opera singer, sang in the Methodist church. Mr. C. W. Hilton of 1410 Hill street is having a new foundation put under his home and also other improvements are being made. Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Harmon, 921 Thirteenth street, are receiving congratulations from their friends upon the arrival of a beautiful baby girl which came to them a few days ago. Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Monroe and daughter, Edith, who have occupied the house at 824 Oakwood avenue for the summer, left Wilmette Sunday. Mrs. Monroe has gone to Atlantic City for a few weeks and Miss Edith Monroe has returned to Downer-Milwaukee college, Milwaukee, Six.,

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What People Are Doing in Wilmette