What People are Doing in Wilmette
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Lake Shore News (Wilmette, Illinois), 1 May 1913, p. 2


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Brief notes on social activities in Wilmette, Illinois
Date of Publication:
1 May 1913
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English
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  • Illinois, United States
    Latitude: 42.07225 Longitude: -87.72284
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M. Smith and family of Kline street have moved to Kenosha, Wisconsin. Dr. F. S. Lower has moved from Railroad avenue to 610 Hill street. Mrs. J. B. Greiner, 631 Lake avenue entertained at dinner Monday. Mr. S. W. Calhoun and family are moving to Glencoe. G. C. Gapen and fmily, formerly of 1208 Forest avenue, are now living at 1021 Greenleaf avenue. Mr. C. P. Evans and family, formerly of 210 Fifth [5th] St., moved last Thursday to 616 Gregory Ave. Dr. Eugene Murry-Aarron and wife moved last week from Wilmette to 1612 Central street, Evanston. A daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. Will Dingee, 634 Park avenue, Wednesday evening. Mr. C. D. JOhnson and family are moving from Indianapolis, Indiana, to 1047 Linden avenue. Mr. J. C. Baylock and family of Chicago have moved to WIlmette and are lving at 230 Doyle court. W. W. Clark, 125 Fourth [4th] Street, has moved his family to 1022 Oakwood avenue. J. W. Murphy and family have moved into their new home at 925 Wlmwood avenue. Mr. A. Rodman has moved from his former home, 716 Eleventh [11th] St. to 714 Elmwood avenue. Mrs. William Langwell, 622 Kline street, entertained Mrs. E. B. Thomas and son, Russell, Thursday. Mrs. J. A. Weidon, 2716 WOodbine avenue, is occupying the house at 922 Oakwood avenue now. Mr. Frank E. Robinson is moving his family into their new home at 715 Linden avenue. Miss Lena Webber, who has been in Chicago for several weeks caring for a patient, has returned to her home, 916 Oakwood avenue. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Nelson, 1028 Forest avenue, have shipped their goods to ichigan, where they will soon go to make their future home. Mr. Charles W. Peterson and family have moved from their former home, 1514 Forest avenue, to 1018 Oakwood avenue. Mrs. J. Wolf entertained members of the German class in her home, 630 Hill street, Monday afternoon. About thirty copules attended the formal dance given at the Ouilmette Country club Saturday night. Mr. H. P. Harmon and family have moved from 921 Thirteenth [13th] St. to 214 Sixth [6th] St. The regular monthly meeting of the Ladies' Aid society of the Methodist church ill be held in the church parlors Monday afternoon. James Wigglesworth, son of Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Wiglesworth, 426 Central avenue, is suffering from an attack of typhoid fever. "Diamonds and Hearts," a three-act comedy, wil lbe presented at the Wilmette club Thursday night, May 8, under the auspices of the club. Cornelius Van Schaacks, the small son of Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Van Schaacks, 614 Linden avenue, has been suffering with an attach of bronchitis for the last week. Mr. Roy M. Kirtland, 824 Lake avenue, who has been confined to his home for several weeks by severe illness, is able to be about again. Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Greigg, formerly of 923 [unclear] Oakwood, moved to their new home at Ninth Street and Greenwood avenue the first of the week. Mr. H. A. Brown and family, who

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have been living at 819 Ashland avenue, will reside in the future with Mr. Brown's brother, F. A. Brown, 401 Lake avenue. Roger McCulough of Rockford visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. W. McCullough, 923 Elmwood avenue, over Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Koontz, 1135 Lake avenue, will give a dance tomorrow night at the Wilmett Woman's club. Mrs. Charles McCue, who has been in New Mexico and Texas for the last three months, has returned to her home, 631 Washington avenue. P.J. Cuneen and family are residing at 1105 Central avenue, while their new home at Eighth street and Ashland avenue is in course of construction. Douglas Hamilton and family, who have been living at 1240 Lake avenue for some time, left the first of the week for New york, where they will make their future home. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Thompson, 707 Linden avenue, have rented their home for the summer and, with their daughter, Miss Margaret Thompson, are in Sheridan Park for the present. Mr. J. G. Barber returned from Burlington, Iowa, Saturday to pass Sunday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Barber, 621 Linden avenue. He left Monday for Cairo, Illinois. Clifton L. Keith, 222 Ninth [9th] St., is enjoying a western trip which includes stops at Seattle, Spokane, Portland and other Pacific coast cities. He will return about May 30. Mortimer B. Skinner left Friday for a two weeks' stay in Julesburg, Colorado. George B. Sanderson and family have moved to Wilmette from Ravenswood. They will occupy the property just vacated by Dr. George F. Butler. Mrs. Ellen Smith, who has been visiting her daughter, Mrs. H.P. Harmon, 214 Sixth [6th] Street, for several weeks, will leave Saturday for Los Angeles, California. Mrs. George C. Gardner, 716 Central avenue, entertained at a luncheon in her home, followed by a matinee party in honor of Mrs. W. S. Bartholomew, Wednesday. Mrs. Bartholomew will leave soon for her new home in Schenectady, N.Y. Two families who have made Wilmette their home for a number of years have moved to Hinsdale, Illinois--Mrs. G. T. May, who has been living at 214 Sixth [6th] Street, and J.K. Blackman, 210 Sixth [6th] street. The young ladies' class of the M.E. Sunday school held a handkerchief shower and surprise party for Miss Alice Philips, one of the their members, Thursday evening at the home of F. A. Buck, 1215 Lake avenue. Miss Phillips will leave next week to enter a Chicago hospital to take the nurse's training.

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