What people Are Doing in Glencoe
Publication:
Lake Shore News (Wilmette, Illinois), 8 May 1913, p. 7


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Date of Publication:
8 May 1913
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English
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  • Illinois, United States
    Latitude: 42.07225 Longitude: -87.72284
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Mr. and Mrs. Joe Taylor have taken up their residence in Ravenswood.
More than $118 was realized in the rummage sale conducted by the women of St. Elizabeth's church last week.
Mrs. H. O. Miller is entertaining as her guests Mr. and Mrs. Charles Mieth of Elmira, N. Y.
Mr. and Mrs. George W. Tracy entertained in their home on South avenue Friday night at bridge.
Mr. and Mrs. S. W. Calhoun, former residents of Wilmette, are now living in Glencoe.
Samuel R. Hurford has returned to Glencoe after a three week's trip though Texas.
Joseph King, who has been the guest of his brother, Thomas King, for the last ten days, has returned to his home in Simcoe, Canada.
In honor of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Mortimer of Los Angeles, Cal., Mr. and Mrs. Frank Laws entertained with auction bridge in their home Thursday evening.
Members of the Young Ladies' guild of the Methodist church enjoyed a social afternoon in the home of Miss Edna Power Saturday.
The Friday Bridge club was entertained in the home of Mrs. Clarence A. Fox in Maple Hill avenue Friday afternoon.
Mrs. John M. Chappell of Winnetka will entertain members of the Young Ladies' guild of the Glencoe Methodist church Friday afternoon.
An all-day meeting of the Women's guild of the Union church was held Tuesday at the church. Luncheon was served at 12:30 o'clock.
Mr. and Mrs. Markham B. Orde were called to Toronto, Canada, last week on account of the death of Mr. Orde's mother.
Mr. and Mrs. George S. Brigham have moved from Bluff street into their new home on Washington avenue, which faces the golf links.
The Ladies' Aid Society of the Methodist church met Tuesday afternoon with Mrs. George E. DuBrock in her home in Hawthorne lane, Winnetka.
James H. Hirsch left Friday for Orlando, Fla., his future home. Mrs. Hirsch, daughter, Miss Verna, and son, Harold, will join him about May 15.
Mrs. Caroline Daggett, Misses Rose and Foster Dennis and James Dennis returned Friday from Micco, Fla., where they have been passing the winter months.
A splendid May breakfast will be served by the ladies of the Union church in the church dining room tomorrow morning from 7 until 8 o'clock. Mrs. Charles Mortimer and an efficient corps of helpers will prepare the meal, while Mrs. Charles W. Hess and assistants will serve. All of the viands of the season will be included in the menu. The proceeds will be used for church purposes.
Miss Isabel Brown has returned from a week's visit with her sister, Mrs. Will Underwood in Wauwatosa, Wis.
Mrs. Charles Faung and family have moved to Chicago, having rented their home here for the summer.
Mr. and Mrs. Horace Cromwell of Englewood were guests of Dr. and Mrs. Oliver H. Swain over Sunday.
Mrs. Samuel George Goss and daughter, Miss Hazel, have returned from a visit in Hot Springs, Va.
Mrs. John Jeffrey entertained twelve members of the Basket club at luncheon Friday afternoon in her home in Downing avenue. The next meeting and luncheon of the club will be given in the home of Mrs. Calman Martin on May 16.
A progressive Japanese luncheon is planned by members of the Woman's Missionary society of the Union church on Tuesday afternoon, May 13. The first course will be served in the home of Mrs. George Pope at 1 o'clock. Tickets will be limited to 100.
Rev. D. H. Cornell, pastor of the Union church. left Sunday night for a trip in the east. Next Sunday morning his pulpit will be supplied by Jack Higgins, famous sky pilot of the lumber jacks, who will tell of his interesting experiences in the lumber camps of the northwest.
Mr. and Mrs. Heaton Owaley expect to open their summer home in Central avenue next week. This date is somewhat earlier than the prominent society folk usually open their beautiful summer places here. In their absence the Chicago home will be occupied by Mr. and Mrs. Paul Bartlett. Mrs. Bartlett is a sister of Mrs. Owaley.

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What people Are Doing in Glencoe