Mr. Albert C. Wenbau spent last week in New York City.
Mr. Frank Cutler, Lake avenue, left last week for Duluth. Minn.
Mr. A. C. Wenbau, 900 lake avenue, spent last week in New York.
Mr. Dick Webber has gone to southern Michigan on a two weeks' trip.
Mr. and Mrs. Foster Bronson and daughters left Thursday of last week for their new home in Kansas City.
Miss Helen Skinner will entertain the Northwestern chapter of Delta Gamma at her home on Friday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred E. Harwood, 1022 Oakwood avenue, left last week for California and expect to be away two months.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Baldwin and family of the South Side, Chicago, moved last week into their new home on Ninth street.
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel H. Morris of Brooklyn, N. Y., have been guests of Mr. and Mrs. George W. Burnett, 623 Central avenue.
Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Bartholomew, Forest avenue, spent last week at the Congress hotel in order to attend the American Railway association convention, which was held in Chicago last week.
Mr. Charles Carlisle Giddings of 1639 Hinman avenue, Evanston, announces the engagement of his sister, Leone, to Marshall Frank Barrett, son of Mr. and Mrs. M. G. P. Barrett, 533 Forest ave.
Miss Juliette Gates will go to Milwaukee on Friday to act as bridesmaid for Miss Margaret Hart at her wedding on Saturday. Miss hart is to marry Mr. Reginald Miller of Evanston. Both were students at Northwestern university and became engaged in their junior year.
Last evening at St. Augustine's Episcopal church an entertainment of high grade was given for the benefit of the church. The Hamilton Club quartet of Chicago, assisted by Mrs. F. W. Harnwell of Evanston as reader, and Mrs. Thomas H. Fullerton as the accompanist, rendered the program.
On Thursday evening, Oct. 24, there will be a special missionary service in St. Augustine's church, at which the address will be given by the presiding bishop of the church, the Right Rev. Daniel S. Tuttle. The opportunity to hear Bishop Tuttle is an unusual one, and all who are interested are invited to be present.
The North Shore Sunday School institute was entertained on Thursday last at St. Augustine's church. At the afternoon service the Rev. Harry S. Longley, rector of St. mark's church, Evanston, gave the address. Supper was served to about 150 people in the parish house and the address of the evening was made by the Rev. Fred Ingley of St. Matthew's church, Kenosha.
Miss Margaret Hall, 1129 Central avenue, who sailed from New York about four months ago with the Dudley Watson party, has recently returned to her home. Miss Hall was one of a party of twenty-five students of the Art Institute that went with Mr. Watson as teacher. They took the Mediterranian trip and visited Algiers, Italy, Spain, France, Switzerland, returning by way of the Canadian line.
Mr. Walter D. Elmer and Dr. A. W. Elmer left Tuesday on a hunting trip.
The seats are all free at St. Augustine's and visitors will always be cordially welcome.
Mrs. John H. Jennings, 406 Tenth street, entertained the Pot Luck Luncheon club Monday.
Dr. A. W. Elmer of Davenport. Ia., spent a week visiting his mother, Mrs. Eliza J. Elmer, 1603 Lake avenue.
Mr. and Mrs. William Bennett, 124 Park avenue, and daughter, Margaret, spent Sunday visiting friends in Valparaiso, Ind.
Mrs. Harold Rowntree of Kenilworth entertained at luncheon in honor of twenty guests, many of whom were from out of town.
The new Brown building at the corner of Wilmette and Central avenues is completed and is rapidly being rented for store and office purposes.
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Gathercoal, 1526 Forest avenue, entertained a number of their friends Monday evening in honor of their wedding anniversary.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank May and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph M. Evans spent Sunday afternoon and evening with Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Lechner in Evanston.
Mr. and Mrs. George W. Burnett, 623 Central avenue, gave a dancing party on honor of Mr. and Mrs. S. Morris of Brooklyn, N. Y., last Saturday evening.
Miss Adel Williams gave a linen shower in honor of Mrs. T. Wincup Saturday afternoon. It was to have taken place sooner but was delayed on account of Miss Williams being abroad.
The dance given by the Crescent club at Jones' hall on Thursday evening, October 10, under the direction of Messrs. J. A. Herbon, Russel Ames and Carl Magnuson was a grand success. The attendance was good and the music was very highly appreciated.
Mr. Frank L. Robbins, who has for many years conducted his barber shop at 615 West Railroad avenue, moved into his new shop in the Heffron building Saturday. Mr. Robbins furnished his shop with new material throughout and it now represents one of the most up-to-date shops along the North Shore.
James G. Barber, 621 Linden avenue, will leave Saturday night for Phoenix, Ariz., where he will remain a couple of weeks at which time he will go to Carson City, Nev., then to Los Angeles, Cal., from there to San Francisco, cal. Returning from the coast he will stop at the Grand Canyon and the Yellowstone national park. Mr. Barber does not expect to return to Chicago until the latter part of November. Meetings of the Boy Scouts will be carried on the same as usual during the absence of Scoutmaster Barber of the second troop.