What People Are Doing in Winnetka
Mr. W. H. Martin is now occupying his new home on Linden street.
A. W. Wylie received a visit from his brother, Grinnell Wylie, last week.
The home of John Dehmlow on Elm street is rapidly nearing completion.
Miss Mary Hewes has been elected secretary of the Winnetka park board.
Mr. Edward L. Norton has moved from 861 Spruce street to 773 Foxdale avenue.
Mr. Frank Taylor and Mr. James Livingston are planning a trip to South America.
Mr. Byron Price, a former resident of Hubbard Woods, is visiting friends there this week.
Mr. Raymond E. Cazel is enjoying a fifteen day vacation from his duties at the postofflce.
Mrs. J. G. Weart has as her guest her sister, Miss Flora I. Small of Oconomowoc, Wis.
The house at 925 Elm street, formerly occupied by W. H. Martin, has been taken by Mt. W. C. Wyatt of Chicago.
Tomorrow night at the Woman's club the Gamma Phi Beta sorority of Northwestern university will give an informal dance.
Mrs. M. A. Batten, who has been visiting her son, G. F. Batten, at 1039 Spruce street, has returned to her home at Oradell, N. J.
Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Spiegel have closed their house on Ash street and have taken a house on Michigan ave- nue, Chicago, for the winter.
The Hull House Players will present "The Pigeon" at the Woman's club on Nov. 23. The proceeds will be for the benefit of the club. This is the first of a series of plays which will be given through the winter.
Robert Elliott of Hubbard Woods, who has been very ill with diphtheria and scarlet fever at St. Francis' hospital in Evanston, is slowly recovering. It is stated that it will be at least a month before he will be able to return home.
On Wednesday, Nov. 6, the Woman's guild of Christ Church held its monthly all-day meeting. Luncheon was served at 1 o'clock, after which Mrs: Frederick Greeley, president of the Chicago Woman's auxiliary, addressed the meeting. Mrs. John E. May then gave much pleasure by some songs which she rendered very beautifully.
Monday evening Covenant Council of the Royal Arcanum of Evanston, Ouilmette Council of Wilmette, and the Winnetka Council, Royal Arcanum, held a union meeting in the Wilmette lodge rooms. A musical program had been prepared and there were refreshments of all kinds. Winnetka Council attended in a body. Mr. Snell spoke to the men.
Mr. Jake Henrick has moved Kenilworth.
Mr, Gustav Carlson is now living at Elkhorn Lake, Minn. Mrs. L. L. Sperry of Lincoln avenue has moved to Chicago.
Mr. and Mrs. Carlton Prouty are on an extended trip in the east.
Mr. Christian Echel is seriously ill at his home with pneumonia.
Mr. William Blair has moved from Spruce street to 829 Ash street.
Mrs. W, J. Harris of Oak street is spending a few weeks in Chicago.
Miss Virginia Cushing of Provident avenue has been quite iill for a week.
Mr. Raymond E. Cazel and Mr. Lawrence Vollmann are on a hunting trip.
Mr. Fred T. Richardson, Jr., left Saturday for Olney, Ill., on a hunting trip.
Mr. George Bolkow is home again after serving a four-year apprenticeship in the navy.
Mr. George Higginson and family have moved to Chicago for the winter. They have taken a house on Rush street.
Mrs. Louis S. Cohn, who has occupied the S. H. Greeley house on Prospect avenue, has gone to the Chicago Beach hotel for the winter.
The village council postponed their regular meeting from Tuesday until Wednesday evening last week. The meeting was again postponed that night on account of the absence of enough trustees to make a quorum. The people of Linden street and those living south of Willow street in that section are will pleased over the improvement made on the west side of Linden street by the laying of the the new sidewalk along the west side of the street from Ash street to Willow street.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Spiegel are staying at the Congress hotel in Chicago for the winter. In the meantime they are to have their home on Sheridan road remodeled and redecorated.
Herman Anderson, who was taken to the Evanston hospital last week, is reported as Improving rapidly. The operation for appendicitis, which was at first thought necessary, has been postponed.