What People Are Doing in Glencoe
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Lake Shore News (Wilmette, Illinois), 17 Apr 1913, p. 7


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Brief notices of social activities in Glencoe, Illinois
Date of Publication:
17 Apr 1913
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English
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  • Illinois, United States
    Latitude: 42.13503 Longitude: -87.75812
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Donald McAllen has scarlet fever. Mrs. Bartlett gave an afternoon tea Friday. The Henry T. Smiths have returned from their southern trip. Mr. F. B. Laws has returned from a duck-hunting trip. Mr. Will Stark has been the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Newhall. Mr. and Mrs. Julius Beinlich celebrated their silver wedding Thursday. Mrs. Henry Behrens entertained Mr. and Mrs. William Rudolph Sunday. Miss Mate Lyon was the weekend guest of Miss Murdon. Mrs. Edgar E. Blodgett entertained at tea Friday. Mrs. James K. Calhoun entertained with auction bridge Friday afternoon. Mr. Wilbur Sanple [Sample] was in Cedar Rapids last week on business. Mrs. Charles H. Whitelaw spent the last week at Columbus, Ohio. Miss Green of New Orleans is the guest of Mrs. Charles Whitelaw. Mrs. Bruce Macleish has gone to Wilkesbarre, Pa., where she will spend some time with her sister. Mrs. Lee K. Stewart entertained the Washington circle at luncheon Thursday. Mr. S. L. Bryan, formerly of Glencoe, but now living in Nevada, is back in Glencoe for a short time. Mrs. H. P. Williams entertained Tuesday afternoon for Mrs. Lamprecht. Little Janet Lorenz, who has been ill with chicken pox, is much improved. Mrs. White, Mrs. Bandon and son, Frank, were the guests of Mrs. Jameson for the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Fox and son, Arthur, returned last week from Panama. Mrs. Fred Hoonberger of Deerfield was the guest of Mrs. Henry Behrens the past week. Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Schnur returned Thursday from their trip to New Zealand and Australia. The School Dancing Club of which Mrs. Laughray is the head, gave a party in the assembly room Monday afternoon. Refreshments were served. The ladies of the Union church met Wednesday at the church parlors to tie comforters for the Indiana flood sufferers. The annual business meeting of the Men's league of Glencoe Union Church was held Tuesday evening at the church. Mrs. Samuel George Goss and daughter, Miss Hazel, have left Maitland, Florida, and are at Virginia Hot Springs, Iowa. Miss Ruth Collins' Wednesday afternoon dancing class closed the work of the term with a cotillion last night. The Borncamps have moved into their new home on Maple Hill road. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Darling have returned from Brasil, Indiana. The dancing class which meets in the Women's Library club rooms Wednesday afternoon, will give a fancy dress party. Mr. Andrew Macleish returned last week form Asheville, N.C. His journey was a most tedious one because of the floods. Mr. N.U. Edwards and family are making plans to leave Glencoe. They expect to live in Ravenswood. Their home here is for sale. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas King left today for New York City and sails Saturday on the Saxonia for Naples. They will be gone about three months. Mrs. White of Greenwood avenue gave a birthday party last week at which there were twenty guests. The decorations of daffodils were very attractive. A caucus was held at the school house Friday evening to nominate candidates for the board of education to succeed Frank W. Darling, president, and F. E. Compton and H. M. Paynter, members. Mrs. George J. Pope entertained a few friends at luncheon Thursday at the Chicago Athletic club. Later she took her guests to the Art Institute, where they were met by a lecturer and passed a most pleasant afternoon. John Huer, Janet Hughes, Hazel Jones, Elizabeth Kimball, Francis Wooley, Erwin Brigham and two of the Bartholf girls are ill with mumps. There are about thirty cases in Glencoe. Mrs. P. W. Hood entertained at luncheon Wednesday at which Mrs. Lamprecht was the guest of honor. Covers were laid for twelve. The ladies played bridge during the afternoon. Sweet peas and pink roses were used in decoration. The marriage of Miss Parmela Gaythorne and Mr. Gordon King took place last night at the church of St. Elizabeth at 8 o'clock. After the ceremony a reception was held at the home of the bride's cousin, Mr. Hamilton Robinson.

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The regular monthly business meeting of the Mystic Workers of the World was held Tuesday evening at the Women's Library Club. After the business session a very pleasant evening was spent. Refreshments were served. Mrs. Frank E. Compton entertained the F. F. F. club at dinner Thursday evening. The occasion was a farewell to Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Holbrook, who are leaving Glencoe, having bought a beautiful place in one of the western suburbs. Their home here is for sale. The meeting of the Young People's Pleasant Sunday Afternoon club has been postponed to next Sunday. A program of special interest has been prepared after which supper will be served. The meeting will begin at 4:30. At the Women's Library Club Thursday Mrs. Emma E. Adams gave the first of a series of five lectures under the auspices of the Women's Library club and the Women's Suffrage association. The lecture Thursday, "Conservation of Natural Resources," was well attended and listened to with attention. The second lecture, "Pensions for women," will be given at the annual meeting of the club May 1. Mrs. James S. Thompson and her sister, Miss Ginther, have returned from New york, where they went to find a home. The family will move East this month. Mrs. Thompson reports that she found a very attractive house at Pelham. Mrs. Ginther, who has been here to take care of the house during Mrs. Thompson's absence, will go at once to her home in Cleveland, Ohio, taking little Miss Thompson with her to remain until the home is established in New York.

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