What People Are Doing In Hubbard Woods
Publication:
Lake Shore News (Wilmette, Illinois), 13 Feb 1913, p. 7


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Articles
Date of Publication:
13 Feb 1913
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English
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  • Illinois, United States
    Latitude: 42.11558 Longitude: -87.74284
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R. H. Schell is having a special sale on dry goods this week. Miss Vera Handy of Libertyville was the guest of Mrs. George Wood over Sunday. F. W. Scott and family left Wednesday for California to spend the remainder of the winter. Little Caroline Case, who has been very ill with scarlet fever for the past few weeks, has recovered. Services are being held Sunday and Friday evenings of each week during Lent at the Sacred Heart church. Mrs. Franks of Jacksonville, Ill., who has been visiting her sister, Mrs. R. L. Gonsalves, has returned home. Little Eileen Eveis fell and cut her knee quite badly with a piece of glass. From last reports she was doing quite well. The youngest son of Mrs. L. O'Neill, who has been sick, is improving. Miss Bertha Haarth is the guest of her uncle, Rev. R. J. Haarth. Mrs. Albert Busscher, who has been quite ill the past week, is improving. Mr. and Mrs. John Hardin gave gone to California for the remainder of the winter. Miss Mary Ballenger, of Economy, Ind., is visiting at the home of her brother, Dr. H. C. Ballenger, on Asbury avenue. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Lange and baby of Chicago are spending a few days at the home of Mr. Lange's parents on Laurel avenue. Miss Martha Clark has recovered from a fall whic she experience while playing on the school grounds one day last week. The many friends of Miss Carrie Kienapple were grieved to hear of her death at the home of her father on West Erie street, Chicago. Miss Bernice Martis has returned to her home in Jacksonville, Ill., after spending several months with her aunt, Mrs. R. L. Gonsalves.

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