What People Are Doing In Evanston
Lake Shore News (Wilmette, Illinois), 3 Oct 1912, p. 15

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Mr. Eugene J. McVay, 1822 Sheridan road, moved Friday to Edgewater. Mr. and Mrs. George Bennett of 1554 Asbury avenue will move this week to Chicago. William Neffs, 1516 Central street, will move soon to his farm home near Racine, Wis. Dr. Robert Grant Martin of the University club is again at home from Salem, Mass. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Davidson, formerly of Edgewater, have moved to 521 Kedzie street. Miss Hart, 1633 Asbury avenue, went to St. Louis, Mo., Friday for an indefinite stay. Mrs. A. Wesling and son, Homer, have moved to 4600 North Lincoln street, Ravenswood. Judge and Mrs. Oliver Horton have returned from Harbor Point, Mich. to the Avenue house. City Comptroller W. J. Hamilton and his wife are home again from a trip to Boston and New York. Mr. Henry Reader, Jr., 1635 Hinman avenue, will attend school at Mercersburg Preparatory school. Miss Helen J. Woodley, 910 Lake street, left for New York Friday to attend Columbia university. Miss Iva S. Gilbertson of Des Moines, Iowa, is the guest of Mrs. G. B. Scripps, 522 Church street. Mrs. D. H. Burnham, 232 Dempster street, has returned from the east where she visited for some time. Mrs. Ralph Landenburger, 2210 Colfax street, has as her guest, Mrs. Wm. O. Randolph of Los Angeles, Cal. Mrs. Curtis of Omaha, Neb., is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Edwin H. Woolworth, 2030 Harrison street. Miss Dorothy Dale of Omaha, Neb., is the guest of her uncle, Arthur B. Dale and family, 2327 Central street. Mr. Lyman E. Cooley, 2010 Sherman avenue, is attending the deep waterway convention at Little Rock, Ark. Rev. W. J. Minium, who formerly resided at 825 Hamlin street, but now is a resident of California, is in the city. Miss Margaret Brooks of Wellesley Hills, Mass., is the guest of her cousin, Miss Helen Colby, 750 Hinman avenue. Mrs. Ralph Landenberger, 2210 Colfax street, has as her guest her sister, Mrs. Wm. O. Randolph, of Los Angeles, Cal. Mrs. W. L. Gilliam of St. Louis, Mo., has been visiting her sister, Mrs. Jas. W. Donnell, 1512 Judson avenue, for three weeks. Mr. Stuart Clark, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert S. Clark, 1110 Michigan avenue, has gone to the Annapolis Naval school. Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Bearinger and son, Lloyd, of Toledo, Ohio, are guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Peppersen, 1935 Darrow avenue. Miss Cora Rawlins of Valley City, N. D., who visited her brother, Mr. Edward W. Rawlins, 820 Hamlin street, has returned to her home. Mrs. John Hubbard, who has been the guest of Mrs. Mary W. Ormes, 847 Judson avenue, returned Thursday to her home in Colorado Springs, Colo. Mr. and Mrs. John Fletcher Stewart of Stewart avenue and Central street are preparing to leave for Daytona, Fla., where they will spend the winter. Mrs. Hortense Pendleton and daughter, Miss Louise Pendleton, 1735 Orrington avenue, have gone to their home in Kansas City, Mo. A great improvement has been made in the change of location of the reading room of Garrett Biblical institute. The assembly room is now used for that purpose while the old reading room is used as a class room. Joseph B. Huse, 1024 Dempster street, returned Sunday from Maine. Mr. and Mrs. Walter M. Anthony, 933 Hinman avenue, are in New York. Willard Cobb, 1231 Asbury avenue, and Watson Harper have left for Yale. Monday Mr. Frank Sayles will move from 1024 Chicago avenue to Edgewater. Mr. Baker is moving today from 2115 Sherman avenue to 1849 Asbury avenue. Miss Carrie Ades, 723 Washington street, has gone to Rockford, Ill. for the week-end. The Luther League of St. Paul's church will give a book social at the church October 10. A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Meyer, 2200 Ashland avenue, Friday, September 20. Miss Jessie Luther and Miss Julia Ferguson of the "Oaks" are home from a trip to Koria and Japan. Mrs. Frederick A. Hesler, 1612 Oak avenue, has as her guest Mrs. W. J. Wichgar of Cincinnati, Ohio. Mrs. Frank Richardson and son, Pierce, 2712 Harrison street, have gone to Malta, Ill., for a few weeks. Miss Antoinette Wilder, 1211 Hinman avenue, has left for Middleburg, Conn., to attend Westover school. Mrs. Henry Kilburn of Boston, Mass., is visiting her cousein, Mrs. Frederick Hesler, 1612 Oak avenue. Mrs. Olive A. Clendining, 816 Foster street, after a three weeks' visit at Elgin and Rockford,is at home again. Messrs. H. F. Darby, Jr., H. S. Poole and W. J. Phalen left Friday for northern Wisconsin, grouse shooting. Mr. and Mrs. John Hyde of Montreal, Canada, are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Reckitt, 1120 Forest avenue. Mrs. Ed Ploughe, mother of Mrs. Nels Erickson, 1138 Sherman avenue, has gone to visit her daughter in Hannibal, Mo. Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Bush and Mr. and Mrs. Lewis O'Neal of the Greenwood Inn, are home again from Green Lake, Wis. Mr. and Mrs. Edgar C. Rowe and children, 1414 Davis street, who spent the summer at Cape Cod, Mass., are again home. Mr. E. C. Harder, after spending two years in Brazilk where he expects to again return in October, is the guest of his brother, Dr. H. P. Harder, 910 Hinman avenue. Miss Lois Linthicum, 1315 Forest avenue, and Miss Aucinette Gardner, 1218 Sheridan road, will take a course in kindergarten work. They entred Gertrude house this week. Mrs. I. U. Bushong of Gladstone, Mich., is visiting Miss Zilpha Hull, 1422 Hinman avenue. Mrs. Bushong was Dr. Grace Watt, osteopath, with offices in the Century building. Miss Anna Bauer, 2118 Maple avenue, after a delightful vacation spent in Milwaukee, is again at home. Her cousin, Mrs. J. C. Guckenberg, accompanied her home for a short visit. Mr. William Deckhert, who accompanied his daughter, Miss Gertrude, here for entrance to Northwestern university, has returned home to Bloomfield, Ind. Miss Gertrude is with Mrs. Hart, 2023 Orrington avenue. Dr. and Mrs. J. C. Stuart of Anna, Ill., are here to place their son, Daniel, in Northwestern university. He is located with the Sigma Nu's. Dr. Stuart has returned and Mrs. Stuart will remain for a time with Mrs. Hart, 2023 Orrington avenue. Mr. H. F. Darby, Jr., 2611 Hartzell street, Mr. Arthur L. Goodwillie, 2616 Park place, and Mr. W. J. Phalen, 2418 Harzell street, and Mr. Horace S. Poole, 939 Asbury avenue left Friday for a three weeks' fishing and hunting trip to Star Lake, Wis. Miss Theodora Chaffee, 2501 Harrison street, is spending a month in Waverly, Ill. Dr. E. E. Faulkner, 2429 Central street,has as his guest Rev. John W. Hackley of Blue Island, Ill. Mrs. J. D. Harvey 2533 Thayer street, has as her guests Rev. Josiah V. Bennett and Rev. Eleazar Dawe. Mrs. H. J. Pearce, 2626 Isabella street, will entertain Rev. Adolph O. Stixrud during conference week. During the conference week Rev. George M. Bassett will be the guest of Mr. W. A. Whitehead, 2425 Park place. Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Hall, 2734 Central street, have as their guests Rev. Ira A. Aldrich and Rev. J. H. De Lacey. Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Blake have moved from 1718 Orrington avenue into their new home at 419 Keeney street. Mr. E. F. Walker, Lincoln street and Elm avenues, will return this week from a five weeks' business trip abroad. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Currey, 2524 Bennett avenue, have as their guests Rev. Ransom L. Griffin and Rev. W. H. Tuttle. Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Olp. 2324 Park place, will have as their guest Rev. Edwin C. McDade during the conference meetings. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel W. Fegtly, 2306 Thayer street, have as their guests Rev. John Thompson and Rev. Harry F. Ward. Mrs. J. Austin, 2602 Hartzell street, will entertain Rev. Clyde L. Kuhn and Rev. Samuel E. Pollock during the conference meetings. Mrs. A. B. Smith and little daughter, Jeanette, 2324 Hartzell street are spending a short time visiting relatives in Des Moines, Ia. Mr. Hiram McCullough, Pioneer road, celebrated his thirty-second birthday anniversary at a neighborhood party Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Monson, 2732 Hartzell street, will entertain during the conference week Rev. William C. Millikan and Rev. C. A. Nyman. Dr. Finley Ellingwood, 2209 Central street, will have as his guest during the conference week Revs. Robert H. Pate and William H. Pierce. Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Dale, 2327 Central street, will have Rev. Evett K. D. Hester and Rev. Enos Holt with them during the conference week. Mr. and Mrs. George S. Moore, 2406 Prairie avenue, will have Rev. Omer T. Canfield and Rev. James W. Frid with them during the conference week. Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Brown, 2235 Harrison street, will entertain Rev. Harvey A. Snyder and Rev. A. T. Stephenson during the conference meetings. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Franzen, 2026 Harrison street, will entertain Rev. E. Lemont Hay, former pastor of the Covenant M. E. church, and Rev. C. T. Kleihauer during the conference wee. Mr. John Burchmore of Washington, D. C., spent Sunday with Mrs. Burchmore at the home of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. Y. Norris, 2407 Harrison street. Mr. Burchmore left Sunday night for Topeka, Kan. Mrs. H. P. Pearsons, 1816 Chicago avenue; her mother, Mrs. Rollin A. Keyes, 1210 Forest avenue, and her sister, Mrs. John C. Slade, 1218 Forest avenue, left Monday for New York city for a ten days' visit. Miss Elsie Atkins of Escananba, Mich., spent a few days with her aunt, Mrs. E. E. Betts, 2219 Central street, and will soon enter the School of Civics and Philanthropy in Chicago to work out her scholarship. Mrs. A. M. Wright, who has been the guest of her son and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Charles H. Wright, for three months, has gone to Denver, Col, to visit her son, Mr. James Wright, for a month before returning to home in Orlando, Fla. Miss Anna Lindsay White, 823 Hamilton street, left Monday for Bryn Mawr, where she will attend school. Mr. and Mrs. Jamaes M. Grantham, 2415 Hartzell street, have as their guests Rev. James F. Clancy and Rev. William H. Locke. Mr. Charles H. Wright, 940 Forest avenue, left Sunday for Denver Col. From there she will go to Florida for the winter. Mrs. N. A. Pierce, 2028 Lincoln street has as her guests Rev. George F. Currier and Rev. W. J. Schuerman during the conference week. Miss Margaret McMullen, 1021 Grove street, has gone to Poughkeepsie, N. Y., to visit her sister, Miss Katherine McMullen, who is at Vassar. Mrs. Harvey H. Reese of New York, who has been visiting her sister, Mrs. Colby Davies, 1723 Asbury avenue, for two months, has returned home. Mr. H. R. Bunce, the new physical director of the North End department of the Y. M. C. A., came Saturday and will make his home at 2607 Prairie avenue. Miss Elinor Rider of Amarillo, Tex., who has been for two weeks the guest of her sister, Mrs. Edward Darville, 726 Milburn street, will return home today. Miss May-Belle Christiansen of Fremont, Neb., who has been the guest of Mrs. Purdy W. Orvis, 2214 Hartzell street for three weeks, returned home Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Walter E. Hills and children, Barbara and Charles Bigelow Hills, 1411 Dempster street, who have been in Boston for the summer visiting parents, returned home Wednesday. Miss Marie McGowan, who has been with the Hahn Agency, 1572 Sherman avenue, as stenographer, has accepted a similar position with the William A. Vance stock company. Miss Louise Hollister, national organizer of the W. C. T. U., 2106 Central street, left Tuesday for a week's work in Christian county, Illinois, with the W. C. T. U. and then will go on to attend the convention at Carbondale. Dr. Cowden Laughlin of the German department of Evanston academy has returned after spending the summer on his ranch on Vashon island in the Seattle harbor. He will be at home in the Mason & Smart bachelor apartments. Rev. HEnry Lens, pastor of the Free Methodist church, residing at 1814 Ridge avenue, is having his goods shipped now to Rockford, Ill. The home he is vacating will be occupied by the new pastor, Rev. Fred B. Bennett, who comes from Chicago. Mrs. Otto G. Ryden was hostess to the officers of the Eastern Star Wednesday afternoon. They were entertained at Cards. The refreshments were delicious. The charming little flower baskets in which the ice cream was served merits special mention. Miss Rose Greer, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert C. Greer, 1001 Elmwooe avenue, was married yesterday noon to Augustus Swenarton of the University Club. The ceremony was performed by Dr. William T. McElveen at the bride's home. It was a quiet wedding. After Dec. 1 the young people will be at home in their new bungalow at 2322 Hartray avenue. The wedding of Miss Helena Boysen and Fred Whitbeck Aishton took place Saturday evening last at the residence of the bridegroom's parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Aishton of 1710 Wesley avenue. The Rev. H. S. Longley of St. Mark's Episcopal church performed the ceremony. Mr. and Mrs. Aishton will be at home after November 1 at Shoshoni, Wyo. The bride was gowned in a blue traveling suit. There were no attendants and only the immediate relatives were present. William Cowan, [damaged] Hinman avenue, has gone to Lansing, Mich. on a business trip. Miss Helen Shipman, 1501 Maple avenue, left Monday for New York to attend Columbia university. Miss Louise Charles 830 Sheridan road, entertained Miss Lucile Wileon at dinner Saturday evening. Miss Elizabeth Fabian, 1509 Ridge avenue, left Monday for Bryn Mawr, where she will finish her senior year. Mrs. C. H. Van Campen of Minneapolis, Minn., is visiting her mother, Mrs. G. F. Slaughter, 1408 Ridge avenue. Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Knack, 2820 Central street, have as their guests Rev. L. P. Warrington and Rev. T. C. Warrington. Dr. Gladwin of Philadelphia, Pa., who visited Mrs. J. P. Kemp, 1142 Hinman avenue for several days, has returned home. Miss Isabelle Bridge, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George S. Bridge, went Saturday to Philadelphia, Pa., where she will attend school. The regular meeting of the Ladies' Aid society of Hemenway M. B. church will be postponed from Friday, Oct. 4, to Friday, Oct. 11. Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Buhre, 2676 Prairie avenue, will entertain Rev. Edward N. Campbell and Rev. Wilbur Fiske during the conference week. October 3, at 11 a. m., at the Church of All Souls' the Associate Alliance of Chicago will meet. An address will be given by Prof. Frank M. Leavitt of Chicago. Miss Gretchen Edgar, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Edgar, left Monday for a three weeks' visit with Prof. Lile and family at Charlottesville, Va.

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What People Are Doing In Evanston