What People Are Doing In Glencoe
Publication:
Lake Shore News (Wilmette, Illinois), 15 May 1913, p. 6


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Articles
Date of Publication:
15 May 1913
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English
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  • Illinois, United States
    Latitude: 42.13503 Longitude: -87.75812
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Edgar Murdow is ill in his home in Central avenue. Mrs. Jacob Beck, who has been ill for several weeks, is convalescent. Mrs. H. B. Stock of San Francisco Cal., is the guest of Mrs. William H. McDonald. Mrs. C. H. Howard of Greenleaf avenue is spending a few weeks in Mudlavia, Ind. The Friday Bridge club met with Mrs. Fred Patton, Park and Greenwood avenues, Friday. Mrs. Robert L. Davis was hostess at a luncheon for a number of Chicago ladies Friday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. John Meishiner of Chicago were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Emil Moorer a few days last week. Mrs. A. H. Hall and son, Nason, of Long Beach, Cal., are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Frank W. Darling of Hawthorne. Ten members of the Washington circle were entertained in the home of Mrs. James M. Hobbs in Washington avenue Wednesday afternoon. More than a score of members of the Ladies' Aid society of the Methodist church attended "The World in Chicago" pageant in a body Monday. In honor of her guest, Mrs. H. B. Stock of San Francisco, Mrs. William R. McDonald entetained a number of friends at bridge Saturday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. John Wilkin have moved into their new home in Lincoln avenue. They have rented their house in Grove street to Elbert E. Haight. The closing dance of the winter season was given by members of the Neighborhoos Dancing cllub in the Woman's Library club rooms Saturday night. The proceeds of the May breakfast which was given in the Union church Friday morning by members of the church guild, totaled more than $40. More than 100 were served. A pantry sale, to be given the first week of each month, has been planned by members of the Ladies' Aid society of the Methodist church. The first sale will be held Saturday, June 7. Twelve pupils of Miss Helen Thompson's kindergarten class were entertained at luncheon in the home of Master Benjamin Becker Thursday afternoon. The event was the sixth birthday anniversary of Master Becker. Mrs. Marcellus W. Darling of Railroad avenue is visiting her sister in Cedar Rapids, Ia., for a few weeks. She will not return to Glencoe, but will leave Cedar Rapids soon for the state of Washington, where she will pass the summer. The annual meeting of the St. Elizabeth church guild was held in the home of Mrs. Henry H. Brigham in Downing avenue Tuesday afternoon. Repors of the year were read, showing the organization to be in a splendid financial condition. Mr. and Mrs. Paul D. Sexton and daughter, Aurel, five years old, returned Saturday from a four months European trip. They left Glencoe the last of December and during the winter months have traveled in England, France, Italy, Switzerland and Scotland. Much of the time was spent at Naples. An enjoyable lecture on "Syndicalism" was given by Mrs. Emma S. Adams at the regular meeting of the Woman's Library club last Thursday afternoon. This talkwas one of a series being given on topics of the day. The next lecture will be on the subject of the "Initiative and Referendum" Thursday afternoon, May 22.

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What People Are Doing In Glencoe