What People Are Doing In Winnetka
Publication:
Lake Shore News (Wilmette, Illinois), 19 Jun 1913, p. 6


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Articles
Date of Publication:
19 Jun 1913
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English
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  • Illinois, United States
    Latitude: 42.10808 Longitude: -87.7359
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Mr. Emil Heller has moved to Wilmette. Mr. John Wood is recovering from his recent illness. Mr. Dick Barlow has returned to his home in Hope, Ark. Mr. O. D. Earon, Lincoln avenue, is in the east on a business trip. Mrs. George P. Derickson is in Newaygo, Mich., visiting friends. Miss Ethel Cooper of Hawthorne lane is visiting at Grass Lake, Mich. Mrs. F. D. Fulton and children are visiting in Sioux City, Ia., for two weeks. Mr. Arthur V. Thorsen received his B. S. degree at Northwestern university last week. Mrs. Henry B. Gates is spending a few weeks as the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Beardsley in Ripon, Wis. Mrs. Mildred Cates of 1011 Spruce street has gone to spend the summer with Mme. Cates in Kokomo, Ind. Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Copeland and Miss Margaret Copeland of Prospect avenue are spending the week in Boston, Mass. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Blaksley Collins and Miss Collins are the guests of Mr and Mrs. George Farnsworth in Hubbard Woods. Rev. J. W. F. Davies and his first camping party of Boy Scouts are on a two weeks' camping expedition at Lake Hamlin, Mich. Mr. and Mrs. William C. Schultz of Foxdale avenue have as their guests Mr. and Mrs. L. Van Antwerp of Grand Rapids, Mich. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Clague, who have been in the east, were received by President and Mrs. Wilson while in Washington last week. Mr. Carlton Elmos, 708 Prospect avenue, was in the east last week to witness the international polo matches played at Hempstead, N. Y. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Gladdish have returned from a six months' trip through the east. They are to be in Winnetka during the summer. Mr. and Mrs. Augustus S. Peabody were among the members of the "Crusaders" who made the week-end trip to Oregon, Ill., last week. Arthury Syme, Preston and William Boyden, Jr., Delano de Windt, Roswell Fuller and Hallett Thorne have returned from their schools in the east. Announcement has been made of the approaching marriage of Miss Margaret Schaad, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Schaad of Spruce street, to Mr. Harold Eklind. Mr. and Mrs. Francis P. Butler have taken the house at 822 North avenue, formerly occupied by Mr. and Mrs. George F. Fisher, Mr. and Mrs. Fisher are in Lake Forest for the summer. Miss Dora M. Peterson of Ash street, graduated from the Evanston hospital training school last week. The training school is now under the direction of Northwestern university and the graduating exercises were held at the same time as the other departments. Mrs. George Burkitt of 651 Lincoln avenue has as her guest for the week Miss Belle Mittenthal of Detroit, Mich. Mr. C. S. Buell has rented his house on Linden street for the balance of the summer. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Adams and Mr. and Mrs. George Wood were on a short automobile trip last Saturday and Sunday. They left Saturday noon and returned Sunday night, stopping at several of the small lakes in southern Wisconsin to try their luck at fishing. Mr. John D. McKay is travelling in the east in the interest of the Peerless Selling company of Evansville, Ind. Mrs. McKay, who is visiting friends in Highland park for a few weeks, will leave soon for a visit with her mother in Sault Ste. Marie, Mch., after which she will join Mr. McKay in the east. Mr. Frank Taylor and Mr. James Livingston are expected home in a week or two from Barcelona, Spain, where they have been engaged in construction work for a New York corporation for the last six months. After a short visit at home, they are to leave for South America for a two years' stay, engaged in some railroad construction which is being done by the company by which they were employed in Spain.

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