What People are Doing in Wilmette
Publication:
Lake Shore News (Wilmette, Illinois), 2 Jan 1913, p. 12


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Newspaper
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Articles
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Brief notices of social activities in Wilmette, Illinois.
Date of Publication:
2 Jan 1913
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Language of Item:
English
Geographic Coverage:
  • Illinois, United States
    Latitude: 42.07225 Longitude: -87.72284
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Mr. B. F. Lewis of 908 Central Ave. is quite ill.

Mr. Morton L. Paterson has gone to New York on business.

Mr. George Eggert, 914 Oakwood avenue, is ill with typhoid fever.

Mrs. Elizabeth Russel is visiting her brother in Grand Rapids, Mich.

Miss Ethel Graves of Sixth street has gone to New York city to visit her brother.

Mrs. Replogle of Laporte, Indiana, is the guest of her daughter, Mrs. W. W. Kerr, 707 Forest Ave.

Born, to Mr. and Mrs. J. Lewis Foulke, 422, Ninth St., a son, Thursday afternoon, Dec. 26.

Mr. and Mrs. Hunter of Union, Pa., are the guests of their daughter, Mrs. Hoyt King, 711 Forest Ave.

Mr. and Mrs. J. Glen Wray will entertain the H. & W Club members at dinner, Tuesday evening, Jan. 7.

Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Gage of Oakwood avenue entertained New Year's Eve with a dancing party.

Mr. and Mrs. Henry Van Dyke of Grand Rapids, Mich., have been visiting their son, Mr. George Van Dyke.

Mr. John M. Tuttle, 222 Woodbine avenue, buyer for Hymen & Co., has returned from a business trip to New York.

Mr. and Mrs. James Hume of Champaign, Ill., have been visiting their niece, Mrs. Walter Baldwin of Woodbine Ave.

The Fellowship Club met at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ed. L. Scheidenhelm, 704 Lake Ave., last Saturday evening.

Mr. and Mrs. George A. Harper, 1424 Forest Ave., are visiting relatives in the east during the Christmas vacation.

Mr. and Mrs. Clifton Keith and family have returned to their home on Ninth St. after having been in Edgewater four weeks.

Mr. and Mrs. George E. Cole and son, 911 Greenwood avenue, spent the Christmas holidays visiting friends in Fort Atkinson, Wis.

Master James and Miss Margaret Paterson of Ashland Avenue were the guests of an uncle and aunt in St. Louis during their vacation.

Mr. and Mrs. Alonzo Coburn and son, Miner, were the guests of Mrs. Coburn's father and mother of Madison, Wis., during the holidays.

Mr. and Mrs. Simeon Colton, 602 Central avenue, have gone to Tampa, Fla. They will visit other southern points and be absent about six weeks.

Mr. and Mrs. William Wallace Blair of Winnipeg, Man., formerly of Kenilworth, are guests of Mrs. J. Byron Turck at her residence, 1232 Forest avenue.

Married at the home of her mother, Mrs. Maria Levernier of Glencoe, Miss Josephine LEvernier to Mr. L. Puhlman of Wilmette, Christmas evening. The Rev. Hintz of the Lutheran church performed the ceremony. Miss Ethel, sister of the bride, was maid of honor.

Some one, who has the interest of Wilmette's welfare at heart, has started a subscription list, asking for $1 for each name, to be used for the purchase of a pulmotor. The pulmotor with one oxygen tank will cost $135, and two extra tanks, which would be necessary to make the equipment complete, will cost $17.50 each. It would be placed in the village hall, and someone at the hall and the physicians of the village would be asked to familiarize themselves with it. Subscriptions will be received at the office of D. E. Allen, 1157 Wilmette Ave.

The present board of trustees of the Sanitary district has recently created the office of chief bridge engineer, and given the appointment to Mr. Carlton Dart of 706 Greenleaf avenue. Mr. Dart was formerly the assistant engineer.

Saturday evening, Jan. 4, the Ouilmette Country Club will entertain their members and friends with a moving picture exhibition of the process of making cotton goods. The slides were prepared at great expense by Marshall Field & Co., and are to be given under the direction of Mr. C. D. Heiler

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