What People are Doing in Hubbard Woods
Publication:
Lake Shore News (Wilmette, Illinois), 28 Nov 1912, p. 16


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Media Type:
Newspaper
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Item Type:
Articles
Notes:
Brief notices of social activities in Hubbard Woods, Illinois.
Date of Publication:
28 Nov 1912
Subject(s):
Corporate Name(s):
Hubbard Woods, (Ill.)
Language of Item:
English
Geographic Coverage:
  • Illinois, United States
    Latitude: 42.07225 Longitude: -87.72284
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What People Are Doing in Hubbard Woods

Mrs. W. W. Stevens is visiting her

son at Oak Park.

Mr. William Danby has moved his

family to Glencoe.

Lawrence Flaherty is spending a

few weeks in Texas.

Mrs. S. A. Peterson is spending a

few weeks in Chicago.

Mrs. S. E. Coray of Jacksonville,

Ill., is visiting her husband for a few

days.

Mr. Mercer of Racine, Wis., was

the guest of Dr. and Mrs. H. C. Bal-

linger.

Mr. Edmund Seifert has returned

home after an absence of several

months.

Dr. and Mrs. D. C. Orcutt have cards

out for a musicale on Tuesday even-

ing, Dec 3.

Mr. and Mrs. Kunzermann of Wil-

mette spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs.

S. E. Barnes.

Mr. and Mrs. C. T. Killen enter-

tained about twenty guests at a buffet

supper Sunday evening.

Mrs. Anna Rogers, who has been

visiting her daughter, Mrs. George

Wood, has returned to Chicago.

Mr. W. S. Hamm and G. L. Walters

of Winnetka have gone to California,

combining business with pleasure.

Mr. J. C. Shirley was on the sick list

last week.

Mrs. A. E. Albright entertained

about ninety members of the Wilmette

Woman's club last Thursday after

noon.

The second French lecture by Geo.

Cavvet will be given at the home of

Mrs. James F. Porter. Dec. 1 at 10

a. m.

Mrs. Burling and daughter, Miss

Helen Burling, who have been visit-

ing at the home of E. B. Burling, have

returned to Eldora, Ia.

Miss Emily Hultgren, who has been

employed in the home of Mrs. John

Stuart for the past three years, has

returned to her home in Sweden.

The ladies of the Glencoe M. E.

church will hold a sale of useful arti-

cles and home-cooked food at Walters'

store on Vernon avenue, Glencoe.

Mr. and Mrs. Walter Patterson and

daughter, Marguerite, of Chicago, and

Miss Adelaide Monroe of Rogers Park

were week-end visitors of Mr. and Mrs.

G. B. Bande of Woodlawn avenue.

Mr. George Mullen, agent for the

Chicago & Northwestern railway at

this place, and Miss Emily Curley of

Wilmette were married Saturday even-

ing at the home of the bride's parents.

They will reside in Kenilworth.

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