What People are Doing in Glencoe
Lake Shore News (Wilmette, Illinois), 20 Mar 1913, p. 7

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Brief notices of social events in Glencoe, Illinois.
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20 Mar 1913
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  • Illinois, United States
    Latitude: 42.07225 Longitude: -87.72284
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Mrs. Charles Whitelan left for St. Augustine, Florida, last week.

Mrs. Albert Olsen entertained at dinner Saturday evening.

Mr. and Mrs. Alexander Hillock have moved to Highland park.

Mrs. H. M. Paynter returned last week from Washington, D.C.

Mrs. and Mrs. Artemus D. Watson have gone to New Orleans, La.

Mr. and Mrs. Jess Sutherland moved to Chicago last week.

Mr. J. Kamplain and family have moved to Chicago.

Mrs. Harry Pond spent the past week with Mrs. F. B. Laws.

Mrs. Reuben D. Coyo has cards out for a musical to be given at her home Tuesday afternoon, March 25.

Mr. E. D. Alexander has rented the Jacob Beck house on Greenwood avenue.

Miss Fuller of Great Lake, Wisconsin, is a guest at the home of her uncle, Mr. Fred Jackson.

Mr. and Mrs. George Miller are living with Mrs. Charles Grasset for the remainder of the winter.

Mr. Fred Jackson returned home last week from a business trip to California.

Mrs. Isaac McCurdy has returned from Maitland, Florida, where she has spent the past few weeks.

The members of the Women's Literary club enjoyed a luncheon Thursday at the club rooms.

Sixty people were taken into the Union church last Sunday morning. In connection with the regular services, holy communion was held.

Miss Edna Powers entertained the members of the Young Ladies' guild of the Methodist Episcopal church Saturday evening.

The Ladies' Aid society of the Methodist Episcopal church met at the home of Mrs. W. N. Stevens Tuesday afternoon, March 11.

Mrs. Michael Schramm and her mother, Mrs. Berning, have returned from a trip of several months in the west.

Mr. and Mrs. Percy C. Gill, children and nurse, left Sunday for St. Cloud, Florida. They will be absent about six weeks.

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Mr. and Mrs. James S. Thompson gave a birthday party Monday evening in honor of Mr. Thompson's sister, Miss Gunther.

Mr. and Mrs. T. S. Lamprecht are coming to Glencoe soon to pack their things, their home having been sold to Mr. McGuire.

With the exception of Woodworth Sibley, who will make his home in Canada, Mr. S. Sibley and family have returned to their home in Glencoe.

Miss George of the New Trier High School was called home by the death of her sister, Miss Frances Hurford. [unclear] teaching her class in her absence.

Mr. Ronald Hurford returned last Thursday from Mecca, Florida, where he has spent the past four months.

Mrs. W. N. Edwards is visiting her parents in South Bend, Indiana.

Miss Ruth Collins' evening dancing class finished its term Wednesday evening, March 12, with a cotillion.

Mrs. James P. Dike entertained with a tea yesterday afternoon.

Mr. Arthur B. Jones and family expect to move into their newly acquired home on Bluff street near Park avenue, which they quite recently bought from Mr. E. M. Hyser.

Miss Jean Hurford entertained the Ladies' Bridge club Friday afternoon.

Miss Bonnie E. Abbott entertained with a musical Wednesday afternoon, March 12.

A musical program has been arranged for the Easter Sunday service at the Union church, where a chorus of sixteen voices will give a cantata, "The Risen King," by Schnecker.

Mr. and Mrs. Henry Muellenhauer celebrated their twenty-fifth anniversary Saturday evening, March 15, relatives and friends being present. They received a number of beautiful presents.

The ladies of the guild of the Church of St. Elizabeth will have a pantry and fancy goods sale on Saturday afternoon in the private kindergarten room in the Walter building. A specialty will be made of colored Easter eggs. Orders for these will be taken by Mrs. L. R. Chester.

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What People are Doing in Glencoe