...-class stock, farm, It being
tho Intention to breed the best type of
thoroughbreds. From tho Merrlman
estate Woodin parehased 80 acres and
from Alexander McKeown 140 acres, of
which 160 acres Is well known aa the
Brown farm. Tho McKeown tract Is
covered with a heavy growth of tlnv
Woodin will construct a...
... values, sale price............2.95
MENS' DRESS SHOES
English walking shoes, black and brown, $9 value, sale price..........6.85
Square toe blucher, black and brown, $9 value, *ale price ............6.85
Square toe lace, double soles, $9 value, sale price....................5.85
Wilmette Life (Wilmette, Illinois), 12 Oct 1923,
... of officers ef the
Student council of tjhe Byron C. Stolp
school, Friday morning, October 5,
George Pattisson received the presi-
dency, and George Brown became
Janet Hall was also in the race for
the presidency and succeeded in ob-
taining 83 votes, but was defeated by
Pattisson who had a...
, workâ€"you look on.
Public Service Co.
ef Northern Illinois
MRS, JULIA BROWN, ft YEARS
OF AGE, TAKEN BY DEATH
Funeral services for Mrs. Julia
Brown, 88 years of age, were held
Monday at 10 o'clock from the home
of her son, William A...
...The Lake Shore News
Vol. VI, No. 11 Phone Wilmette 1840.
WILMETTE, ILLINOIS. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1915.
Room 2, Brown Building. Price five cents
Auto Club is Stirred Over
Meeting Held for the Pur-
pose of Deciding Whether
or Not To Employ Le-
DISCUSS WHEEL TAX...
Wilmette Life (Wilmette, Illinois), 6 Jan 1928,
...Obnected with the Goodby 'Mary W. Andrew, a resident Bowling AUeys .in the Brown of that village for 29 years. tiailding. MrL :Mack has had many Glengables has become know to ,ears' experience i!' the restau~nt residents throughout the north shore aaCI deHcatessen bus1"ess. Everythmg as a dining place...
Nearly Everybody in Wilmette Reads
VOL. V, NO. 10
WILMETTE, ILLINOIS, THURSDAY^* *$|*tY 17, 1918 SIX PAGES
DR. BROWN WILL SEE
| FRANCE FROM PLANE
Secretary-General Will Arrange Trip
in Army Aeroplane for Dr. Alice
Barlow-Brown and Assistants...
... will gather at the
site of the new church edifice, Forest
and Wilmette avenues, for solemn
cornerstone laying cremonies.
The morning services of the church
on that day wilt be appropriate to
the occasion and the entire congre-
gation will leave Brown Hall, present
church headquarters, promptly at 12
Wilmette Life (Wilmette, Illinois), 27 Oct 1938,
... United States teaîns are to
be chosen at Philadelphia to play
in England during 1939.
RETURN TO VILLAGE
Mlr. and Mrs. B. M. Marcon re-
turne.d to their home at 1423 Gregory
avenue Sunday after a short visit
with 'Mrs. Marcon's mother, Mrs.'
Oscar Brown, at her home in Sioux
Falls, S.D. Mrs...
... TO DEATH
Miss Eliza Brown Was Fatally
Burned Tuesday When Cloth-
ing Caught Fire From
Miss Sitae Brown, a dosaestie to
the employ of Chaa. B. Haattogn* Â§09
Central evens*. Witmetto. waa tatoBy
burned early Tuesday morning when
her clothing caught are from a gas
...--reauacjtatton, knot tying, hu
man pyramid of nineteen boys, swear-
ing in a tenderfoot, and presentation
Room 2, Brown BuUding.
OLD SETTLERS IN ANCIENT
IN FEAST, MIRTH M SONG
First Ladies of the Town Appear in Quaint Costumes
^Century DM, While Youth Joins Aged':th7^~~
Dance To Music...
VOL. V, NO. 27.
Phone Wilmette 1640.
WILMETTE, IfcLINOlSy'tHURSPAY, MAY 14, 1914.
Room 2, Brown Building.
PWCE FIVE CENTS
Plans for Costly Edifice To Be
Built Here Soon Are De-
cided Upon in Recent
Wilmette Life (Wilmette, Illinois), 21 Sep 1933,
.... 'l'lie roles
of Mîr, .and Mrs. Harvey Brown are
plaved l)V A. M. Long and lEvanigie
lIc M organi. Terry Tucker, an
insuirairce salesmant, :taken -1)% Arthur
Katzel, arrives .iust before Mýiss Ma-:
thilda I)oolittle and lier ni ece Niary,
tinitivited giuests, alýIpear on, the
at this point.
Car Parked at Golf
Club Given Stripping
Bushes on tbe Wilmette Golf club
property at Lake avenue and Ilarms
road provided a convenient spot for
athorougb car stripping job during the
nigbt last Thursday. The victim of the
bhief or tbieves was Earl Brown, Who.
ives at the golf club.. He. left bis...
VOL. VI, NO. sa.
Phone Wilmette 1640.
WILMETTE, ILLINOIS, FRIDAY, JUNE 18, 1911.
Room 9, Brown Building.
Man for Whom the County
Was Named, Is Remem-
bered Only Through
Came to Illinois When It
Was Yet a Territory;
English War Heroine
to Speak in Wilmette
By Mrs. B. F. Brown.
Mrs. St. Clair Stobart. the noted
English war heroine, will give an
illustrated lecture on "With the
Serbian Army in Retreat...
VOL. VI, NO. 88.
Phons Wilmette 1640.
WILMSTTE, ILLINOIS, FRIDAY, JUNE 88,1918.
Room 8, Brown Building.
WILL BE OPEN
A New Feature of the Park
Will Be Dancing Pavil-
ion ; Modern Dances
To Be Given.
NOTED ARTISTS SIGNED
Wilmette Life (Wilmette, Illinois), 19 Jan 1933,
... Cederberg; vice-
president, Robert Bartlett; secretary,
Nadine Brown; treasurer. Dorn*ln,
the season and was lots off fmi even
if we iost..
Queof the most excciting minutes
was whem Junior May w.ent tearing
down the fluor and tried for a bas-
ket. Uc'niissed it and the'- bail
... Mos. Chi-
cago, $10 end cosU; P. G. Brown, Chi-
cago, $10 and coats; IS. H. ^art,
Â«iÂ» -Â«- -â€"t-; J. M. Csdaby.
Lakb Forest, f& and costs; C. CJw>
JÂ«. a* Iowa, fJfcMss^eisJts^ '^? ^
- ^TbÂ« Bvabato^ splice have not f. sis.
yet been aWe to bicato ts* osmer^ ef
... - Plate Lunches
- -and WILMETTE BOWLING ALLEYS
1~I159 Wilmnette Ave. WiImefte 5362-
Lovel:y Fail Clothes
in. the Newest Shades and Fabrics
There's many a, brighf' id.. in our new
Fail collection. To oufin. the.-trend ls
Wilmette Life (Wilmette, Illinois), 25 Jan 1934,
... and plains
benieath, the tower ing snOw-shrouded
mountains; the ever-present earth-
brown people, gentie and unworied-'
these were 'the body of al Mr. bIe'
Cou's pictonial studies. In coloring
and in subject inatter he sceered to
catch. extraordinaiily faithfuliy, the
pecu liar mixture...
...Twenty-five members of the regular
teaching staff at New Trier High
school will comprise. the faculty for
the school's annual summer session,
wbich opens next Monday.
W. L. Brown, director of reference
and research, again will'be,.in charge
of the summer, school. Mr.. Brown
said this week...
... been offered before. PRincipal Brown believes that they will find little trouble in getting along until the new structures are ready to be occupied.
New Plan for Winnetka
In Winnetka the school bord has decided to make a change in the school system. The new system, known as the "Gary Plan...
Wilmette Life (Wilmette, Illinois), 29 Aug 1924,
... Bertrams, R. L. F. of Kenilworth and believes in hard Biesemeier, W. L. Brown, W. S. work. f:ven when he talks he d,o~s not Annual Indian HUI Event Brown, Grace Buchwalter, Alice W. disregard the chore that has h1s atCaddies at the Indian Hilt Golf club Burchard, Dorothy Buh:, Nancy G. tention. did...
NO CARRYING TIO DO-W! DELIVER TO YOU
Rogers Park 01.18
ýCHOICE POT ROAST. So goodi and, so toen-
der when roasteci in a Dutch Oiven.' Eithar'*on g
top of the stoye or ini the.oyj l . C
SHOULDIR LAMB ROAST. Brown wel i ,
... in boiling sait1
then sheli and use for cocktails,
solads or enlises, IL
HALIS UT STEAK
When baked in mnilk if develops a beauti-
fuily. tender, brown l.2
ARMOURUS STAR LARD
For deep fatfryilg, orIL
for fl.ky pies end farts, lb. 16CO
... Peh. Browns, reds and blues. Some overail styles.
Sizes 4 to 10 and 12 to 20............. 53.60 and $3.95
VOL. V, NO. 81.
Phone Wilmette 1610.
WILMETTE, ILLINOIS. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 30, 1914.
Room 2, Brown Building.
PRICE FIVE CENT
Though Beaten 33 to 0 by
Illinois Saturday, North-
western Rooters See
CAME BACK STRONG
Scored on at Will First Half...
...VOL. V, MO. 47.
Phone Wilmette 1640.
WILMETTE. IIXINOI8, FRIDAY, OCTOBER «, 1914.
-----------------------------------------------------------...... i*L>* - ■---------- ■
Room 2, Brown Building.
PRICE FIVE a
NO NEED FOR
FEAR DUE TO
N. S. EPIDEMIC
Phone Wilmette 1640.
WILMETTE, ILLINOIS, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 9,1914.
Boom 2, Brown Building.
PRICE FIVE CENTS
NTTER GIVES INSIDE
STORY OF EXPERIENG
III WAR ZONE OF
Says He Would Have Licked a German if It
Had Not Been for Mrs. Patten
REVELL AND HARRIS...
Wilmette Life (Wilmette, Illinois), 11 May 1928,
...., and has always lived in the this project can be carried through closing of the Village theatre- and Your mother has a right to exEast. He graduated with honors from , Brown university in 1905, was given by a plan of financing that will in no which wa s called at the instance of pect some things for her...
Wilmette Life (Wilmette, Illinois), 10 Aug 1928,
Soap 10 bars 56c
Ivory Flakes pkg. 21c
Meadow GoldButtu lb~ Brick SZe
Imp. B·ttlall Bed Bo:manotr
Skinless and Boneleal
Summer School Director on Eastern Motor Tour
Wesley L. tBrown, director of the SJ...
Wilmette Life (Wilmette, Illinois), 13 Oct 1938,
... smart nub
4-ae - wamly liRed~.Roa
blue, green and rust. Sizes 14 $50
Runible Seail Coat
Made of 100%' alpaca pile-warm and
cozy, styled along casual lines. Tan,
grey and brown. $ 99
Sizes 14 to 20. $ 99
Wilmette Life (Wilmette, Illinois), 30 Nov 1928,
.. .. ..... .
. . 504
507 179 120 160 164 623 122 119 126 180 547
College Hill Store . . ...... .. 185 K Dunn .. . .... . ....... 119 Fmn Olsen . . .. ........ 170 Dot J enkins ... . .. . . .. . . 169
M acSte ven
Total . . . . . . . . ......... 643 North Shore Candy Kathryn Udell .. ... ..... 137 MrR. Brown...
of Jarville like the towns of
Champigneulles, Pompey, Frou-
ard and Pomt-a-Mousson, is for
the past two and one-half months
been having the benefit of the
generosity of our American
Free consultations are given in
the infirmary of the factory by
Dr. A. I>. Brown of Winnetka,
THURSDAY, JANUARY 30, 1913.
a Meeting on Monday,
They Exonarate Miss
Varian and Or.
PARENTS MAKE PROTEST
S%laim That Physical Tests Should
Be Made in a Much Better
I At Odds.
I The Lake Shore News received a
letter from the Illinois...
Wilmette Life (Wilmette, Illinois), 21 Sep 1939,
ê1styles lW domestlc and
L~ IMPRTED weaves.
Beautiful eolor eom-
ýostripes and checeo. Siz-
With- the New Fuîmnesa
Swing skirts!, Gores! Pleats!
Plaids! Tweeds! In such
wanted colors as black.
brown, teal, moss green.
wine and grape.
Wilmette Life (Wilmette, Illinois), 1 Jun 1939,
and the.other 80 feet, from the point"
]Riding with Hunter1 were Mrs. 'A.
L. .Brown, 50, Miss Nancy Brown,
18, and Mrs. Norman Ellis, 40. With
Schmitz was -his wMf..
For Lareceny of Auto
C. A. Woodruff. 180 Prairie ave-'
nue, reported to the police depart...
Wilmette Life (Wilmette, Illinois), 3 Aug 1928,
... school this year. W esley L. Brown, director of the research department of New Trier during the regular term, was director of the summer session. He was assisted by twenty-two instructors. Classes were held from 8 o'clock until 12 :30 each morning from Monday to Friday. The summer school has been...
Wilmette Life (Wilmette, Illinois), 18 Jul 1930,
... park Wednesday
evening July, 30 at 7:30 o'clock.
The public production is the outgrowth
of the dramatic instruction introduced
on thé public playgrounds for the first
time, this ý summer. and which hias, beén
inder the direction of Mrs. Jay R. Brown,
127 Seventeentb street. 'Mrs. Brown lias...
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