What People Are Doing In Evanston
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Lake Shore News (Wilmette, Illinois), 3 Oct 1912, p. 14


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Brief descriptions of social events.
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3 Oct 1912
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  • Illinois, United States
    Latitude: 42.07225 Longitude: -87.72284
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Methodist social circles will be active this week entertaining delegates to the Rock River Conference of the Methodist Church which convenes here tomorrow and will be in session throughout the week. The First Methodist Church will be the center of all the functions and some attractive entertainments have been arranged for the members of the conference. Without a doubt the most inviting announcement on the program is the organ recital to be given Wednesday afternoon at four o'clock in the church by Mrs. Kathryn Howard Ward, organist of the First church. Mrs. Ward has an international reputation and music critics agree that she has no superior in this country. Needless to say, the church will be filled long before the concerts starts. Another interesting feature of the conference meeting will be the reunions that will be held throughout the week. Many of the ministers who will attend are graduates of either Garrett Biblical institute or Northwestern university. In many instances they have completed courses in both schools. This week they will have the pleasure of meeting former classmates and renewing acquaintances with former Evanston friends, many of whom they hae not seen since they were students here. For this reason the conference committee could not have named a more suitable place than Evanston for the holding of their sessions. Mr. W. E. Nichols has moved from the "Asbury" to 1323 Davis street. Miss Ellen Thompson, 845 Hinman avenue, is visiting in Buchanan, Mich. J. L. Whittock and family, 1011 Grove street, aremoving to the "Oaks". Dr. Kathryn M. Lonuas has moved from 207 Main street to 1405 Hinman avenue. Mr. Allen Tetlow of Boston, Mass., was the guest of Frank Van Vlissingen last week. Miss Charlotte Zeunger of Rosenberg's is again at the store after a slight illness. Mrs. Brown of Dixon, Ill., is visiting her sister, Mrs. C. L. Rising, 847 Judson avunue. Rev. R. M. Miller and family are moving today from Hopedale, Ill. to 2036 Maple avenue. Dr. O. F. Long, 1704 Chicago avenue, has returned from Europe, where he spent the summer. Mr. and Mrs. John R. Guilliams have returned from Ottawa, Ill., where they spent a few days. Mr. and Mrs. Burr Jenks of Denver, Colo., are guests of Mr. Jenks' mother, 1721 Chancellor street. Miss Adrienne Tracy, 1553 Oak avenue, returned Sunday from a month's visit at Louisville, Ky. Mr. Cornelius Reece, 1118 Sheridan road, has left to attend St. John's Military academy this year. J. W. Sherman and family have moved from 845 Judson avenue to corner Hinman and Keeney streets. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Drew of Globe, Ariz., are guests of Mr. and Mrs. James Rudd, 216 Rinn street. Mrs. Charles Foote and Mrs. George Whipple, 820 Hamlin street, are guests of Mr. Sidney Foote in Denver, Colo. Mr. and Mrs. Victor J. West of the Park apartments, who have been in Minneapolis, Minnn., are again at home. Mrs. Howard S. Wilcox, 1713 Asbury avenue, having spent the summer at Werthampton Beach, N. Y., is at home again. Mr. Francis White and Howard Sawyer of Boston are the week guests of Mr. Emory Wilder, 1211 Hinman avenue. Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Brown, 217 Dempster street, returned Sunday from a short trip to Port Arthur, Canada. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Axtell of Denver, Colo., are visiting Mr. Axtell's sister, Mrs. Frank G. Ewald, 750 Hinman avenue. Mrs. G. D. Barr of Buffalo, N. Y., arrived Saturday to visit his daughter, Mrs. Walter W. McNeil, 324 Hamilton street. Mrs. E. E. Darr of Des Moinse, Ia., who has been visiting Mrs. Oliver Newman, 807 Michigan avenue, has returned home. Mr. Edward W. Rawlins is entertaining his sister and husbad, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Moulton (nee Frances Rawlins). Mrs. A. D. Mac-

Lean, 1811 Lincoln street, who went to Winchester, Iowa, on account of her mother's illness, has returned hom. The Misses Julia and Gertrude Lawrence, 1428 Main street, returned today from a two weeks' vacation spent at Berlin, Wis. The Misses Ruth and Mercedes Bush, 2310 Harrison street, who have been visiting their grandmother at Somerdale, Ill., have returned home. Mrs. Alfred H. Gross, 1100 Ridge avenue, is in Philadelphia, Pa. Mr. Ray Hall of Quincy, Ill., has taken a position at Rosenberg's. Mr. Byron Gates, 1719 Ridge avenue, has gone to school at Interlaken, Ind. Miss Nora Butler, 1555 Ridge avenue, left Sunday for an eastern trip. Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Kramer, 1008 Sherman avenue, Sunday evening, a girl. Mr. Parke P. Phipps of 2306 Harrison street has moved to 2010 Orrington avenue. Mr. and Mrs. William J. Hamilton are at home after an extended trip through the east. Miss Netta Plowman, 2800 Harrison street, is very ill and is threatened with typhoid fever. Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Windsor and son, Henry, 1026 Forest avenue, are home again after touring through New England by automobile. Mr. Frank Gerould, 1200 Judson avenue, left for Ithaca, N. Y. This is his sophomore year in Cornell. Mr. and Mrs. Walter M. Anthony, 933 Hinman avenue, have gone to New York for an indefinite period. Miss Alice Richardson, 1217 Lee street, left Sunday for Cambridge, Mass. She will resume her studies there at the Sargent School of Physical Culture. Mrs. Arthur Pierce and daughter, Miss Charlotte Pierce, 1209 Hinman avenue, returned home last week from a two months' stay at Colorado Springs, Col. Mrs. Herman Rodine, 807 Clark street, has as her guest her father, Godfrey Hoffman of Titusville, Pa. Mr. Hoffman will make his permanent home with his daughter. Mrs. C. W. Hillman, 1734 Ridge avenue, returned Sunday from the east. Since June she has visited Ocean City, Asbury Park, Atlantic City, Carlisle and Philadelphia, Pa. Mrs. James Crow, Miss S. Louise Crow and Miss Mary Alice Smith 510 Lee street, are at home after four months spent in visiting at the seashore, the Berkshire hills and New Hampshire. Mrs. Harry Stokes and daughter, Miss Adrienne, left Sunday for Nashville, Tenn., after spending a delightful summer with their cousins, Mr. Howard Tracy and family, 1553 Oak avenue. Mr. and Mrs. John N. Dole and daughters, Josephine and Julia, 1104 Forest avenue, are again at home, having enjoyed a most delightful motor trip through the Adirondacks and the Berkshire hills. Mr. and Mrs. J.R. Duthie announce the marriage of their sister, Florence Rachel Duthie, to Mr. Harry Melvin Long, Saturday, Sept. 28. At home after Dec. 1, 7121 North Paulina street, Rogers Park. Miss Louise Pierce, 1209 Hinman avenue, returned Friday from a three months' European trip. In company with Mr. and Mrs. Henry Crowell of Winnetka they toured Europe in an automobile. They returned home on the steamer "New Amsterdam." Mrs. Charles Gordon Fuller, 1305 Forest avenue, her daughter, Miss Elizabeth, and her sister, Miss Elizabeth White, left Saturday for New York. Miss White and Miss Fuller will go on to Paris, where the latter will attend the Villa Dupont school. Mr. O. Carlson, 1575 Dewey avenue, has moved to 1322 Greenleaf street. Miss Sarah Koenig, 1148 Wesley avenue, has taken a position and Rosenberg's. Margaret Bruce has moved from 418 Hamilton street to Fifty-fourth street, Chicago. Samuel Harrison has returned from New York City where he visited his daughter. Mr. George R Durgan has moved from 207 Hamilton street to 1419 Fargo, Birchwood. E. E. Hussey and family have moved from 714 Foster street to 1632 Chicago avenue. Mr. Herman J. Rosenberg, who has been ill at the Evanston hospital has recovered and is again at the store. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Drew of Globe, Arizona, are spending a week with Mr. and Mrs. James Rudd, 216 Rinn street. Violet Patten, 1028 Greenwood boulevard, has gone to Watertown, Conn. She will attend Westover school. Mr. S. Griggsby, 1458 Maple avenue, has returned from a vacation spent with his mother, Mrs. Griggsby at Pittsfield, Ill. Charles Nelson Stevens, cashier of the City National bank, has returned from Detroit where he attended the bankers' convention. Mr. Matthew Larking, 2023 Pratt court, poormaster, was operated on at the Evanston hospital last week and is now recovering. Mr. J. H. Newland and wife of Biggsville, Ill., hae moved to 813 Foster street. Mr. Newland will attend Northwestern university. Miss Alice Heppner, 2135 Wesley avenue, and Miss Minnie Fechter, are spending a week at Miss Fechtrer's home in South Bend, Ind. Mr. George Thomas, 1518 Central street, is enjoying a two weeks' vacation from his duties with the International Harvester company. Mrs. J. L. Hebblethwaite and daughter, Miss Anna Hebblethwaite, 907 Lake street, have returned from a week's visit to Muskegon, Mich. Mrs. J. A. Earhart and daughter, Miss Ruth Earhart, are here for the school year from Chrisman, Ill. They are located at 1639 Orrington avenue. Mr. Herman Callow of Mason City, Ia., who has been the guest of his brother, Mr. W. H. Callow and family for three weeks, has returned to his home. Mr. Rickey of Park place has purchased his old home on Ashland avenue an will move into it with his daughter, Miss Florence, in the spring. Mr. Ira Rosenberg, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Rosenberg 1812 Sherman avenue, will return this year to the University of Cincinnati fro post-graduate work. Miss Margaret Oliver of Hamilton street is spending two weeks with her aunt, Mrs. Frederick D. Richards, 2526 Harrison street, while her mother is visiting in the east. Mr. and Mrs. Dwaine Albery and son, Dwaine, Jr., of Crystal Lake, Ill, will visit Mrs. Albery's parents, Mr. and Mrs. James Huxtable, 431 Sherman avenue, for the week-end. Miss Dorothy Dale of Omaha, Neb., spent a short time here with Mr. and Mrs. Arthur B. Dale and famil, 2327 Central street, and is now on her way to Auburndale, Mass., where she will attend Lasalle seminary. A pretty morning wedding was celebrated Wednesday at 9 'clock at St. Mary's Catholic church, the Rev. Father Egan performing the ceremony. The bride was Miss Esther Magdalen Daugherty. The groom was Mr. Walter F. Kerr of Pittsburgh, Pa. The bride was attended by her twin sister, Miss Theresa Margaret Daugherty, as maid of honor, while the groom's brother, Mr. Maurice Kerr, acted as best man. The bride was attractive in white embroidered voile over taffeta, with veil of tulle held with lilies of the valley and shower bouquet of bride roses. Her maid of honor was gowned in pink embroidered voile over pink taffeta and carried pink roses. The bride's brother, Mr. David Daugherty, gave her away. The wedding march was played by Miss Margaret Jennings and Miss Esther Jennings sang. A wedding breakfast followed the ceremony at the home of the bride's parents, 1107 Sherman avenue. After a short trip Mr. and Mrs. Kerr will be at home at 2142 Asbury avenue after Nov. 1. Mr. Frank M. Boyer, 2252 Ridge avenue, has moved to 750 Hinman avenue. Mr. and Mrs. John Bowman have moved from 2322 Harrison street to 2306 Harrison street. Mr. J. W. Thomas and Mr. Edward Otis have returned from a camping trip near Cimarron, Mex. The Chicago and Milwaukee electric has a new Evanston agent, Mr. John Johnson of Milwaukee. Mrs. Wm. O. Randolph of Los Angeles is visiting her sister, Mrs. Ralph Landenberger, 2210 Colfax street. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey D. Spearman, 1232 Forest avenue, who have been at Sayner, Wis., have returned home. Mr. and Mrs. John M. Glenn, 1134 Forest avenue, who have been in New York and Canada, returned home Wednesday. Mrs. Lottie Scharstein, 609 Oakton street, who passed her eight-eighty birthday August 19, has recovered from a serious illness. Miss Vida Bean, 406 Rinn street, who spent the summer at Fort Piercs, Fla., is home and has gone to Jennings seminary for her finishing year. Miss Anna Wallace of Pittsburgh, Pa., who has been spending a month with Mrs. Robert Foreman, 1743 Wesley avenue, left Thursday for her home. Mrs. Frances Bruce Strain and children, Bruce and Margaret, have just returned from Iowa City, Iowa, where they were guests of Prof. Loose and family. Miss Emma Teufert, 1410 Wesley avenue, and Miss Tillie Sonderman, 931 Ashland avenue, returned Thursday from an extended trip to Mackinac Island. Mr. and Mrs. Chester M. Ackley, 1734 Orrington avenue, have returned home from Philadelphia, Pa., where they attended the funeral of Mrs. Ackley's father. Mrs. C. C. Wight and son of Lincoln, Neb., whe have been guests of Mrs. Wight's daughter, Mrs. David R. Hopkins, 814 Sheridan road, have returned home. Mr. Julian Williams, son of Rev. Milton Williams, former pastor of Oak park Methodist church, now of Omaha, Neb., spent the wee with his uncle, Rev. Horace B. Williams, 2226 Central street, and has now entered Northwestern music school.

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What People Are Doing In Evanston