What People Are Doing In Wilmette
Lake Shore News (Wilmette, Illinois), 19 Jun 1913, p. 2

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19 Jun 1913
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  • Illinois, United States
    Latitude: 42.07225 Longitude: -87.72284
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Edwin Austin is in Madison, Wis., where he will be the guest of friends for two weeks. Thomas Thompson has returned from Pineville, N. C., where he has been for several months. Mrs. Henry B. Gates is in Ripon, Mich., for a few weeks, the guest of Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Beardsley. Miss Helen Wolf has returned to her home in Toledo, O., after a ten days' visit with Miss Ernau Smith. Miss Mary Dittum left Monday for Cleveland, O., where whe will spend a few weeks visiting relatives and friends. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Cumberland and family of 119 Fifth street, have gone to New York and other eastern points. Mr. and Mrs. Percival Nelson Cutler are in Attica, Ind., the guests of Mrs. Cutler's parents, Dr. and Mrs. George F. Butler. Mr. and Mrs. Irwin L. Simmons, 702 Greenleaf avenue, are entertaining the latter's sister, Miss May Armstrong, of Hanover, Mich. Mrs. Charles Comstock has returned to her home in Elgin after a two weeks' visit with Mrs. Frederick Crosby, 901 Central avenue. Miss Olive Skelton entertained at luncheon Wednesday for ten friends. Mrs. Fred N. Re Qua, 620 Washington avenue, was hostess to the Tuesday Bridge club at a luncheon at the Ouilmette club Friday. Miss Hazel Grey, 419 Washington avenue, entertained a number of friends Friday night in her home. Cards and music were enjoyed. Wiliam Fremman, his son, William, and daughter, Grace, left last week for Greeley, Colo., where they will join Mrs. Freeman and two sons to pass the summer months on their ranch near that place. Misses Helen Pope and Hazel Pierson are guests this week at the Alpha Phi sorority house party geing given by Miss Miriam Dean of Evanston in the Dean summer home near Green Lake, Wis. Bruce Thayer is a member of the camping party composed of members of the Northwestern university engineering school at Channel Lake, Wis. He will be away from Evanston for six weeks. Robert Belt, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Belt, 601 Washington avenue, and Ned and Junior Greiner, sons of Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Greiner, 631 Lake avenue, left last week for Topanisbee, Wis., with their tutor, C. A. Carroll, of the University of Illinois. Friends in Wilmette of Elroy Vanderkloot, who was graduated from New Trier high school four years ago, will be glad to learn that he was one of the graduates from the naval academy at Annapolis this year. Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Skinner, Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Roberts and Mr. and Mrs. Gale Meginniss were patrons and patronesses of a dancing party given by the Northwestern chapter of the Delta Gamma sorority at the Ouilmette Country club last week. Mr. and Mrs. Henry J. Burt left Wednesday for Ottawa, Can., where Mr. Burt will attend the national convention of the American Society of Staionary Engineers. They will remain in Canada for three weeks following the close of the convention. Miss Ruth Gates is in Ottawa, where she attendd the Fullerton-Burg wedding there last week, the guest of friends. Miss Gates was a classmate of Miss Fullerton at Northwestern two years ago. The wedding was the culmination of another romance enacted at Northwestern. A Social will be held in the Wilmette Congregational church next Wednesday night in honor of Dr. and Mrs. Henry Walker and all new members of the church. Dr. Walker will be in charge of all services in the church during the absence of the pastor, Rev. Roy Bowers, who is enjoying a six weeks' vacation in the east. Dr. Walker will also be in the village during the summer on each Sunday.

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What People Are Doing In Wilmette