What People Are Doing in Hubbard Woods
Lake Shore News (Wilmette, Illinois), 9 Jan 1913, p. 8

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Brief notices of social activities in Hubbard Woods, Ill.
Date of Publication:
9 Jan 1913
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  • Illinois, United States
    Latitude: 42.07225 Longitude: -87.72284
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Jas. [James] Livingston left last week for South America.

Mrs. A. S. Barnes is entertaining relatives from Kankakee.

Miss Lucille Trapp is recovering from a mild case of diptheria.

Mr. Robert Eliott has resumed his studies after a long siege of illness.

Scarlet fever is prevalent here, several cases being reported in the vicinity.

Miss Julia Larned and Miss Phelps have gone to Vallejo, Cal., for the winter.

Mr. Jake Lyons is visiting his brother, Jas. S. Lyons on Rosewood avenue.

Benj. Carpenter, Jr., has returned to Harvard after spending the holidays with his parents.

Mrs. F. O. Melcher and two daughters visited Mrs. R. F. Clinch and family the last week.

Miss Geraldine Fitzgerald has returned home after spending the holidays at Argyle Park.

Miss Alice Fitzgerald has returned from Sullivan, Mo., where she has been spending the holidays.

Mrs. Lillian Cummings spent New Years at Benton Harbor, Mich., with her brother, Wm. [William] Potes.

Miss Virginia Vincent of Springfield, Ill., is visiting her brother, Leland Vincent, on Linden Avenue.

Mrs. W. W. Stevens is ill with the grippe.

P. Krier has been on the sick list the last week.

Mr. and Mrs. Herman Reschke spent a few days while on their honeymoon with Mr. and Mrs. Geo. E. Baude on Woodlawn avenue.

Mr. and MRs. A. E> corteliev of Chicago and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Truby of Waukegan were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. T. G. Lange over Sunday.

Mr. and Mrs. Geo. E. Baude of Woodlawn avenue gave a dinner New Year's day to Mr. and Mrs. Frederick of Chicago, Mr. and Mrs. Emerson Baude and daughter of Chicago, Miss Adelaide Monroe of Rogers Park, Mrs. Gemmer and daughter, Gertrude, and Mr. Workentenn, also of Chicago.

Mrs. Geo. Scully, Sr. (nee Joan Tearney), died Tuesday morning, Dec. 31, after an operation following a long illness. Mrs. Scully was buried from the Sacred Heart church Thursday morning at 9 o'clock. Interment was at Gross Point cemetery. Deceased leaves a loving husband and twelve children and a host of relatives and friends to mourn her loss. Three sisters of Mrs. Scully, Mrs. M. Carey, Mrs. Kate McCauley and Miss Martha Tearney, reside in Hubbard Woods.

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What People Are Doing in Hubbard Woods