What People are Doing in Wilmette
Publication:
Lake Shore News (Wilmette, Illinois), 20 Mar 1913, p. 2


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Newspaper
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Articles
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Brief notes of social activities in Wilmette
Date of Publication:
20 Mar 1913
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Language of Item:
English
Geographic Coverage:
  • Illinois, United States
    Latitude: 42.07225 Longitude: -87.72284
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Miss Vernon has been ill with the grippe the past two weeks.

C. W. Miller has sold his residence at 701 Forest avenue to R. E. Hall.

M. and Mrs. Benjamin E. Gage entertained their bridge club Tuesday evening.

Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Dunbar will leave for a trip to New Orleans, Louisiana.

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas M. Know entertained with a St. Patrick's dinner Monday evening.

Mr. B. G. Calloway and little daughter returned last Saturday from a trip to Florida.

Dr. and Mrs. Reese have issued invitations for a reception, Wednesday evening, March 26.

Mrs. William Schmedigen entertained last Wednesday at luncheon in honor of Miss Braunhold.

Mr. Kraner of Minneapolis was the guest of his sister, Mrs. Frank Scheidenhelm, on Sunday.

Mrs. Louis Springer and Miss Latham entertained at a very pretty luncheon last Friday.

Saturday evening, March 22, Dr. White will lecture on St. Petersburg at the Ouilmette Country Club.

Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Keith and family have been visiting relatives in Edgewater the past two weeks.

The Tuesday Bridge club wre entertained at the hoome of Mrs. C. E. Renneckar, 1022 Eleventh Street.

Miss Florence Steffens, 1225 Wilmette avenue, is confined to her home by illness.

Mrs. J. I. Childs and daughter, Virginia, of Ravenswood were the guests of Miss Neta von Glahn Friday.

Mr. and Mrs. John H. Jennings and daughter were recently called to Indiana on account of the death of relatives.

Mrs. William Freeman, Mrs. C. N. Roberts and Miss Roberts left Tuesday for Citronelle, Alabama, to be gone about two weeks.

John Searle, son of Dr. and Mrs. Howard Searle, entertained eight of his young friends and two teachers Tuesday evening.

The third division of the Ladies' society of the Methodist church will meet with Mrs. John F. Wegforth, 727 West avenue, this afternoon.

Mr. and Mrs. Edward L. Scheidenhelm entertained at dinner last Thursday evening. Covers were laid for fourteen. The decorations were very prettily carried out with tulips.

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Mrs. D. von Glahn spent Monday in Kenosha with her mother, Mrs. R. Weyhe.

Mr. Louis E. Rugg, 920 Fifteenth street, in the employment of the Simmons Manufacturing Company, has been transferred to Kenosha, and will move there with his family in the near future.

Mr. and Mrs. William Landick were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. John H. Jennings during the past week. Mrs. Landick is a sister of Mrs. Jennings and has recently returned from Los Angeles, California.

A recital is to be given by the pupils of Mme. Edna Godoecke, assisted by Mrs. Florence Hutler Saite, soprano, at the WIlmette Woman's club Tuesday evening, March 23, at 8 o'clock, to which their friends are invited.

Mr. Fred M. Felker, representing the System Magazine, of the A. W. Shaw Publishing Company, was one of the speakers at th Western Economic Society held at the Hotel Sherman last Friday and Saturday.

Ouilmette Country Club held a basket dinner and military euchre party Saturday evening and a concert was given at the Birchwood Country Club, at which Miss Ruth Stonehouse gave a group of classic dances.

Theres will be an open meeting at the Woman's club this evening, given under the auspices of the Men's and Woman's clubs. Dr. Allen Haben of the Chicago University will give a talk on "The Problem of Choosing a Vocation."

An interesting exhibit of work from life is being displayed by the pupils of Hugh Stuart Campbell, in the office of Quinlan and Tyson, on Wilmette avenue. Lessons are given in his studio, 1624 Monroe building, corner Michigan and Monroe, Chicago.

The party given by Mrs. A. W. Wigglesworth and her sister, Mrs. H arry J. Wolf, at the former's home, 426 Central avenue, was largely attended, there bing twenty-six tables of bridge. St. Patrick's day features were attractively used in the decorations.

The Young Ladies' Auxiliary of the Wilmette Woman's Club gave a play called "The Suffragette" yesterday afternoon, under the direction of Mrs. F. L. Koontz. The cast included Helen Skinner, Katherine King, Juliette Gates, Dorothy Rae, Alice Armstrong, Mary Gates and Louise Mueller.

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