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
Mr. Mercer of Racine, Wis., was
the guest of Dr. and Mrs. H. C. Bal-
Mr. Edmund Seifert has returned
home after an absence of several
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
Mrs. A. E. Albright entertained
about ninety members of the Wilmette
Woman's club last Thursday after
The second French lecture by Geo.
Cavvet will be given at the home of
Mrs. James F. Porter. Dec. 1 at 10
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.