What People Are Doing in Winnetka
Publication:
Lake Shore News (Wilmette, Illinois), 8 May 1913, p. 6


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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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Mrs. Lizzie Nelson of First street has moved to Chicago.

Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Hastings of 1106 Elm street have moved to Chicago.

Miss Clara Hollis is staying at the Girton school in the absence of her parents.

Mr. and Mrs. John D. McKay have left Winnetka to make their home in Highwood, Ill.

Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Frank of Chicago are occupying the W. A. Haire house for the summer.

Mr. and Mrs. George Higginson have reopened their summer home, "Meadow Farm."

Mr. and Mrs. George Burkitt are occupying the Leatree house for the summer.

Mr. and Mrs. Edward I. Cudahy have established their summer home here.

Mr. and Mrs. William Berry are now occupying their country home at 492 Sheridan road.

Mr. Tillman Knapp has broken ground for his new residence on Linden street, south of the public library.

Captain and Mrs. Frederick von Ternes of Vienna, Austria, are visiting Arthur Cable, Mrs. von Terne's brother, for a few weeks.

Mr. and Mrs. Hawkins Holjer, who have been occupying the Allen Wylie home on Spruce street for the past six months, have moved to Chicago.

Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Gooken left Winnetka last week for Seattle, Wash., where they are to make their home.

r. and Mrs. George Higginson, 713 Rush street, Chicago, have opened their summer home at 224 Sunset road.

Mrs. Lyman T. Walker and daughter, Miss Jeanette, who have been in California for several weeks are expected home next week.

Mr. and Mrs. William Larned have sold their home in Lake Forest and have taken the John W. Scott place in Hubbard Woods for the season.

Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Leatree and children sailed from New York Thursday for England. They are to be away until the later part of September.

The Sunday [illegible word] class, and the Tuesday morning class of the Congregational church and the mid-week service were omitted this week on account of the death of Mrs. McArthur.

A meeting of the woman's society of the Congregational church was held Wednesday. Luncheon was served at 12 o'clock, followed by a business meeting and election of officers.

The W. I. A. C. won their second game of the season last Saturday by defeating Glencoe, 15 to 8. Three three-base hits by Orwig featured the game. The W. I. A. C. play Saturday evening at the square.

Mr. S. L. Meller of 548 Cherry street has rented his home for the summer and with his family is to stay in Chicago for that time.

Mr. and Mrs. W. M. L. Flake have moved into their home on Bryant avenue.

After the regular classes in the gymnasium have been closed until the first of next October, the evening work will continue during May. The rooms will still be open for club work.

Rev. H. H. Walker, professor of church history in the Chicago Theological seminary, spoke at the morning service at Congregational church last Sunday, filling the pulpit for Rev. E. F. Snell.

The Royal Areanum lodge held an open meeting Monday evening and the members and their friends were given quite a treat. Mr. Tolley, of the Sheldon School of Salesmanship, read a very interesting paper on "Efficiency in Business."

The Kokshi club will give a dance in the assembly room Saturday.

The motion pictures for next Friday are: Pathe's Weekly Review, Topical; The Old Guard, Drama; Governor Wilson, Topical; A Study of Kittens, Educational; Sea Anemones, Educational; Aunty's Affinity, Comedy;

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What People Are Doing in Winnetka