What People Are Doing In Wilmette
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Lake Shore News (Wilmette, Illinois), 10 Jul 1913, p. 2


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10 Jul 1913
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English
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  • Illinois, United States
    Latitude: 42.07225 Longitude: -87.72284
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Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Klemm, 420 Park avenue entertained several friends from Chicago July 4. Mr. and Mrs. William T. Smith, 615 Lake avenue, returned last week from an automobile trip to Rockford. Mrs. A. W. Noyes, 857 Oakwood avenue, has for her guests Mrs. H. W. Clayson and son of Stamford, Conn. B. F. Brown, son Herbert, an ALva Van Dye are camping in northern Wisconsin for a few weeks. The M. C. Beymer home, 622 Hill street, has been rented to M. H. Epler and family of Topeka, Kan. Mrs. Charles A. Lundberg, 1538 Columbus avenue, is entertaining Mrs. C. R. Lamb and children at Streator. Mr. and Mrs. H. Y. Sutherland, 810 Oakwood avenue, are enjoying an outing at Lauderdale Lake, Wis. Mr. and Mrs. P. J. O'Sullivan, 620 Hill street, have gone to Cedar Lake, Ind., for the summer. Mrs. E. K. Ople of Covington, Ky., is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Edward Zipf, 816 Lake avenue. Miss Harriet E. Day is the guest of her sister in Racine, Wis., for a few weeks. Mrs. Adelbert Miller, 510 Lake avenue, left last week for a two months' tour in California. Mrs. Harry G. Colson, 1116 Elmwood avenue, left last week for Hudson, Mich., for a few weeks stay. Mrs. G. W. Burnett, 623 Central avenue has for her guest Mrs. Charles T. Heaslip of Westfield, N. J. for a few weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Mensden, 801 Greenleaf avenue, are taking a trip on the lakes and down the St. Lawrence river. Mr. and Mrs. Henry J. Burt have returned to their home, 1027 Elmwood avenue, after a visit in Toronto, Canada. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon M. Culver, 519 Gregory street, are entertaining as their guests Mr. and Mrs. M. Brader of Norfolk, Neb. for a few weeks. Mrs. A. K. Shurtleff and children, 619 Greenleaf avenue, are in Rapid City, S. D., where they will visit for a month. Frank L. Fowler and family, 630 Linden avenue, departed Wednesday for Portage Lake, Mich., where they will spend the summer months. Mrs. F. L. Loney and children, 650 Lake avenue, left last Thursday for Pittsburg, where they will visit a few weeks. Mr. and Mrs. F. D. Day, 810 Oakwood avenue, departed Saturday for a trip through Colorado and other western states. Miss Margaret Stafford entertained twelve of her little friends in her home, 936 Sheridan road, on the Fourth of July in honor of her ninth birthday anniversary. Mr. and Mrs. George D. White, 1101 Greenwood avenue are enjoying an automobile trip in the northern states. They expect to visit in Dululth, Minn., before their return. R. J. Mulvey and family, Eighth street and Oakwood avenue, left last week for an extensive motor trip in the eastern states. They will be gone six weeks. Miss Pearl Morris, 621 Park avenue, is in Helena, Mont., for a three weeks' visit with friends. On her return she will be the guest of friends in Mason City, Ia., for a few weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Nason and son, 904 Oakwood avenue, and Mr. and Mrs. Burt. C. Hardenbrook, 1101 Forest avenue, motored to Wind Lake for a stay over the Fourth. Mrs. W. E. Ingersoll, 517 Central avenue, and Miss Marie Geisinger of New York, who has been a guest in the Ingersoll home for a few weeks, left last week for a trip to Colorado and Utah. Mr. and Mrs. George Pfieffer went to Starved Rock Saturday, where they will enjoy the beauties of the natural park and then take the boat down the Illinois river to Peoria. They will be gone about two weeks. Benjamin E. Gage, 901 Oakwood avenue, has joined his family, who have been visiting in Hartford, Conn., for the last few weeks. They will make a trip to the New England states before returning to Wilmette. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Andrew Clarke, 120 Woodbine avenue, entertained twenty friends from Ravenswood Thursday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Clarke have just moved into their new home. A party composed of Mr. and Mrs. David Anderson, Mr. and Mrs. George Bird, Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Worthington and Mr. and Mrs. E. Jackson Casse, motored to Fox Lake Sunday, where they enjoyed the day at the beautiful resort. Dr. and Mrs. Lester E. Meee, 1027 Greenwood avenue, have taken a cottage at Lauderdale Lakes, Wis., for the month of July. The first two weeks they will remain at the lakes, while the last two weeks in the month Dr. Mee will return to Wilmette each week-end. Mr. and Mrs. William J. Faherty, 157 Kline street, celebrated their fourteenth wedding anniversary in their home Thursday, July 3, by giving a reception for forty friends. Dinner was served, following which the guests enjoyed dancing and music during the evening. Many beautiful presents, including cut glass and other articls were showered upon the couple. Wilmette is well represented this week by a jolly party of twenty-five persons, who are enjoying an outing at White Lake, Mich. Among those in the party are Mr. and Mrs. Louis A. Clark, Dr. and Mrs. Charles N. Reese, William T. Smith and family, Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Hawkes, Mr and Mrs. Charles Sanford Clarke and others. They motored to Chicago, where they took the boat for White Lake. They will be gone until Saturday.

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What People Are Doing In Wilmette