What Is Doing In Lake Forest
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Lake Shore News (Wilmette, Illinois), 15 May 1913, p. 3


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Date of Publication:
15 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. James Ward Thorne of Chicago have opened their summer home here. Mrs. Robert Wait was taken to Wesleyan hospital in Chicago last week for treatment. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Fox, 20 East Goethe street, Chicago, have leased a home here for the summer. Dr. J. G. K. McClure and family have opened their summer home at Walnut and Washington avenue. Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Carpenter, Jr., are expected to open their summer home here in the first week in June. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Counselman of 41 Banks street, Chicago, plan to open their summer home here June 1. A May party will be given by the members of the L. C. B. A. at the O'Neill hall Thursday night, May 22. Mr. and Mrs. Josiah Roberts, 29 Scott street, Chicago, have taken the Prof. James home here for the summer. The Lake Forest Woman's club will give a May party with program and dance at Anderson's hall tomorrow night. Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Cary, 44 Banks street, Chicago, have leased a summer home here and will move out June 1. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh McBirney Johnston and children of Chicago have opened their summer home here in Green Bay road. Mr. and Mrs. Edward S. Moore have returned to Lake Forest to pass the summer in their home after living at 1301 Astor street, Chicago, during the winter months. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Garfield King of Chicago will pass the summer months in Lake Forest this year. They plan to open their summer home about the middle of June. Mr. and Mrs. Solomon A. Smith, 843 Lincoln parkway, Chicago, who have passed the summer months here for severeal seasons, will not return this year. They have rented a cottage at the Chicago club Charlevoix. Mr. Cyrus H. McCormick has returned from a trip to Panama. Mrs. McCormick remained in New York to pass a few days with friends. Gordon McCormick, who also made the trip, has returned to his studies at Lake Placid. Mrs. Bernard A. Eckert, who has recently returned from a three months' trip in California, is making plans to open her summer home here the last of the month. She is now in her Chicago home, 210 South Ashland boulevard. Mr. and Mrs. Hobart Chatfield-Taylor have opened their country home, Fairlawn, here for the summer months. They returned last week from New York, where they passed a few weeks with Mr. and Mrs. Hendricks Whitman. The engagement of Miss Mary Chapin, youngest daughter of Mr. Edward F. Chapin of this place to Mr. Joseph L. White, son of Prof. and Mrs. H. S. White of Cambridge, Mass., has just been announced. The date of the wedding has not been set. Rev. W. H. W. Boyle, pastor of the First Presbyterian church, left Tuesday for Atlanta, Ga., where he will attend the annual general assembly of the Presbyterian church as a commissioner from this section. The United Presbyterian and Southern Presbyterian church assemblies will also be held at Atlanta at the same time this year. The date of the wedding of Miss Louisa Chapin, daughter of Mr. Edward F. Chapin to Mr. Irving Telling, son of Mrs John Telling, 2120 Lincoln Park West, Chicago, has been set for June 26. The ceremony will be solemnized in the home of the bride's father, There will be no attendants and only members of the immediate families will be guests. "An American Citizen," a four-act comedy, will be given by members of the Deerfield-Shields alumni association tomorrow night at the Ravinia Park theater. The proceeds of the play, as has been the custom in former years, will go go the students' assisting funds, from which any deserving graduate of a high school can borrow funds to meet expenses in securing a college education. One of the brilliant functions of the season will be the wedding of Miss Harriet McClure, daughter of the Rev. and Mrs. J. G. McClure of this place and Robert Douglass Stuart, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Stuart, 4850 Woodlawn avenue, Chicago, which will be solemnized in the Presbyterian church here June 10 at 4 o'clock in the afternoon. The ceremony will be followed with a reception at the home of the bride's parents.

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What Is Doing In Lake Forest