What People Are Doing In Wilmette
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Lake Shore News (Wilmette, Illinois), 12 Jun 1913, p. 2


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12 Jun 1913
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  • Illinois, United States
    Latitude: 42.07225 Longitude: -87.72284
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Mr. and Mrs. Hoyt King, 711 Forest avenue, have left for a month's trip in the west. James Rogers, 428 Ninth street, is in New York on a combined business and pleasure trip. David F. Anderson and family are now at home in their new residence in Chestnut street. Mrs. W. B. Davies, 530 Forest avenue, entertained the Tuesday bridge club Tuesday afternoon. Miss Mary Houston of Mayfair has returned to her home after a visit with Mrs. Dana Barnes. Mr. and Mrs. H. K. Rhodes, 915 Elmwood avenue, are the guests of relatives in Kansas City. Mrs. Charles A. Wanner of 629 Central avenue has gone to Detroit, Mich., for a several weeks' visit. Mrs. Percival N. Cutler, 1016 Ashland avenue, entertained her mother, Mrs. George Butler, of Attica, Ind., last week. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse W. Tuthill, 511 Hill street, will leave Monday for a two weeks' outing trip in the northern states. Mrs. Fitz-Randolph departed Friday for Burlington, Ia., where she was called by the serious illness of her brother. Mrs. Howard Field, 913 Central avenue, departed Friday for Boston, where she will spend a few weeks with friends. The last meeting of the Drama club was conducted in the home of Mrs. Jon W. Iliff, 1115 Greenwood avenue, Thursday. Samuel Sherman and family, 831 Forest avenue, left last week for Long Lake, where they will occupy their summer home. Robert Ward, John Cullen, J. T. Siddall and Harry Curtis have returned from a few days fishing trip in northern Wisconsin. Nathaniel Webb left Sunday for Biloxi, Miss., the new home of the well known Wilmette residents. Mrs. Webb will join him later. William Norris, 1224 Charles street, left Thursday for a ten days' trip in the south. He will go from St. Louis to Tennessee by boat. Mrs. E. R. Webber, Jr., and family, 815 Forest avenue, moved last week to their country home at Three-mile Lake, Mich., where they will pass the summer. Miss Ernau Smith is entertaining Miss Helen Wolf of Muskogee, Okla., as her guest. Miss Smith and Miss Wolf were students at Chevy Chase seminary. Mrs. Percival N. Cutler, 1016 Ashland avenue, with her mother, Mrs. George Butler of Utica, Ind., are guests of friends in Milwaukee for a few days. W. W. Kerr and family, 707 Forest svenue, are in La Porte, Ind., where they will spend the months of June, July and August in their summer home. Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Foose of 1207 Elmwood avenue have returned after a brief trip in the east. Mrs. J. H. Swannell, who has been the guest of Mrs. Joachim D. Decker, 901 Green avenue, for the last ten days, has returned to her home in Kankakee. Members of the Wilmette secion of the Arden Shore committee were entertained at luncheon in the home of Mrs. Percy Killen, 808 Ashland avenue, Thursday afternoon. Mrs. James Crossley, 407 Washington avenue, left last week for Castle Park, Mich., where she will pass the summer with her parents. She has rented her home for the summer. Mrs. Eugene Eagles, 123 Broadway avenue, has as her guests for the summer her mother and sister, Mrs. Arnold and Miss Evelyn Arnold. Miss Arnold will be a September bride. Mr. James G. Barber, 621 Linden avenue, who has been in Galesburg for ten days, returned to Chicago Tuesday. On Wednesday he left for Cairo and is expected to return today. Rev. Harry Heald and family, 810 Lake avenue, are enjoying a six weeks' vacation trip through the eastern states. They will visit relatives in New York for two weeks of the time.Mrs. Benjamin Ott, 1228 Lake avenue, has leased her home to Arthur Howard and family for the summer. Mrs. Ott left left last week for Colorado, where she will remain during the summer. Mrs. Gustavus A. Kuehl was returned to her home, 731 Central avenue, this week from the Evanston hospital, where she has been for the last two weeks. Her condition is reported as improved. Word has been received here of the death of Robert embleton, the only child of Mr. and Mrs. William Embleton, former residents of Wilmette, which occurred in their home in Orange, N. J. E was 8 months old. Mrs. J. B. Olwin, 719 Washington avenue, entertained sixteen guests Friday afternoon in honor of Mrs. Nathaniel Webb. Before leaving for her new home in Biloxi, Miss., Mrs. Webb will pass a few weeks wit her sister in Menasha, Wis. Rev. Linn W. McMillen of Racine college, Racine, Wis., will be in charge of the Sunday services in St. Augustine's church until the return of the rector, Rev. Harry B. Heald, who, with his family, is enjoying a six weeks' vacation in the east. Mrs. Frank P. Collier, 601 Lake avenue, departed Friday for Boston, wherer she will attend the commencement exercises at Dana hall. Her daughter, Miss Dorothy, is a student in this institution. Mrs. Collier and daughter will pass the summer in Boston.

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