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Dr. Ellingwood, 2209 Central street, has returned from a professional visit in Adair, Ill. Miss Nellie Miller of Kankakee, Ill., visited her sister, Miss Miller, 1518 Sherman avenue, for a week. Mr. and Mrs. James Byers of Laurel Run, Pa., are the guests of Mrs. Byers' sister, Dr. Amelia L. Taylor, 901 Lake street. Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Woolworth and son, Curtis, of 2018 Harrison street, returned Sunday from a visit to Omaha, Neb., and St. Louis, Mo. Mr. Clarence E. Fair, 603 Dempster street, is again at his place in the Church street newspaper department of Chandler's, after a week's illness with tonsilitis. Mr. A. F. Mochon and Mr. Fred Krauchmenhauer of Wheaton, Ill., were over Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Mochon's brother, Mr. O. F. Mochon, 620 Clark street. Mrs. Bert Gale, 2127 Lincoln street, and Mrs. Ernest J. Ford of West Railroad avenue and Central street, entertained Saturday evening at a five hundred party at the home of Mrs. Gale. Mrs. Mary H. Bovee, 1710 Asbury avenue, will entertain this afternoon to meet Mrs. L. T. M. Slocum, who has recently come from Edgewater, her husband having purchased the Linthicum property, 1315 Forest avenue. Miss Anna Schummer, 735 Wesley avenue, entertained fourteen of her friends last Thursday at her home to meet Miss Ida Kipp of Kenosha, Wis., and Mr. Peter Klein of Granville, Ia. Hearts were played and refreshments were served. Mrs. John Robertson of Jacksonville, Ill., who has been visiting her daughter, Mrs. J. W. Daly, 1125 Judson avenue, was called home suddenly on account of her sister's illness. She will return later in the season and remain for some time with Mrs. Daly. Registered at the Avenue House: Thos. E. Boyle, Chicago; L. M. Walch and wife, St. Louis, Mo.; F. W. Moore, Ann Arbor, Mich.; Marie Held, Palmyra, Mo.; J. S. McElvy, Jr., Ann Arbor, Mich.; J. Blumrosen, Ann Arbor, Mich.; P. Dodgshum, Chicago; O. M. Leland, Ithaca, N. Y. Miss Rebeccah Oakes, 1411 Chicago avenue, left for the east last week to attend the marriage of her nephew, Murray Sargent, son of Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Sargent, and Miss Mary Hale Cunningham of New York City. The wedding took place Saturday afternoon, Jan. 18, at 4 o'clock in St. Thomas' church, New York. The associated clubs of Northwestern University settlement will hold a court carnival and dance at Schoenhofen's large hall, Ashland and Milwaukee avenues, Friday evening, Jan. 24, for the benefit of the settlement building fund. The king and queen of revels will be enthroned and in their honor a series of national dances in costume will be presented. The United Order of Foresters held its annual installation of officers last Thursday at I. O. O. F. hall. Mr. Geo. Campbell of Chicago, installing deputy of the northern district, conducted the installation. The officers installed were: Chief ranger, Jno. Fiahiff; vice ranger, James Peck; past chief ranger, Jno. F. Boyer; treasurer, Emma Boyer; secretary, Julia Witt; chief Archer, Chas. Boise; chaplain, Margaret Clark; inner woodward, Wm. Witt; outer woodward, James Berry. It was an open installation after which an elegant feast was served. Newman Council, Knights of Columbus,held its regular meeting last Thursday. They enjoyed a smoker, followed by an entertainment, every number of which was very pleasing. The Columbia quartette rendered several selections. Mr. Philip McGuire, Grand Knight of the Marquette council, gave an eloquent talk on "The Good the Knights of the Columbus Can Do for Themselves and Their Country." Henry Scott, Raconteur, told some fine character stories in the Irish, Scotch and German dialect. Some character songs and recitations by Wm. H. Madden of the Columbia quartette were finaly rendered. The meeting was the largest and most enthusiastic in the history of the council. The closing feature were refreshments. Mrs. Frank Hughes of Thayer street has as her guest her mother of Cincinnati. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Harris, 936 Maple avenue, leave this week for Miami, Florida. Mr. E. E. Betts, 2219 Central street, has returned from a business trip to Des Moines, Ia. Mr Edward Stanbery, 1410 Chicago avenue, has returned from a business trip to Des Moines, Ia. Mrs. O. S. Bowman, 1736 Ridge avenue, has been entertaining her cousin, Mr. Fred F. Post, of Boston. Mr. William S. Lord is spending a couple of days in Riverside, as the guest of his sister, Mrs. Blaney. Mrs. H. W. Carlisle, 2148 Sherman avenue is entertaining her cousin, Mrs. John Dalzell, of Denver, Col. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Whitlock of the Oak apartments have returned from a vacation spent at St. Petersburg, Fla. Mrs. A. E. Botsch, 1108 Asbury avenue, announces the engagement of her daughter, Angela, to Mr. Louie Arns of Evanston. Mrs. Arhns and daughter, Miss Erna of Middleton, Wis., have been the guests of Mrs. J. C. Schuette, 1916 Asbury avenue. Mrs. Harvey G. Edwards, 1435 Dempster street, and little daughter, left last night for a two weeks' visit in Dayton, O. Mr. Earl Gibson has returned from Warsaw, Ind., to remain with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Gibson, 2146 Sherman avenue. Miss Laura McNaughton, 2419 Hartzell street, entertained a number of her friends at an "old-fashioned party" Saturday evening. Mr. Guy Kibbee of the Evanston Stock company is residing with Mr. and Mrs. William F. Gardner,811 Washington street. Miss Gertrude Lake, 1708 Ridge avenue, left last Thursday for Clearwater, Fla., for the winter. She will stop at Wyoming, Ohio, en route. The real estate and insurance board will hold its monthly dinner at the Avenue house tonight. An interesting program may be looked for. Mr. and Mrs. James M. Huxtable, 431 Sherman avenue, are visiting their daughter, Mrs. Dwaine Saxon Albery, at Crystal Lake, Ill. for a few days. Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Stone of Rochester, N. Y., are spending the winter with their daughter and family, Dean and Mrs. John F. Hayford 574 Ingleside park. Mrs. M. M. Kirkman has issued invitations to a tea, to be given Jan. 25, in honor of her daughters, Mrs. Ella G. Kirkman and Mrs. Marshall Jay Kirkman. Mr. George T. Kelley, 1020 Judson avenue, has resigned as a member of the board of directors of the Evanston Public Library. Mayor Paden has not appointed a successor as yet. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey C. McClary, 1202 Hinman avenue, have issued invitations to the marriage of their daughter, Miss Ella Gertrude McClary, to Mr. Horace Lathrop Dawson, 1225 Judson avenue. The ceremony will be performed by the Rev. George Craig Stewart at St. Luke's church at 8 o'clock on the evening of Feb. 3. A large reception will follow the ceremony. The Visitation Alumnae auxiliary gave its third annual luncheon Tuesday at the Evanston Country club. The luncheon was followed by this program: A group of songs (selected), Mrs. Mary Baker O'Brien, accompanied by Miss Frances O'Brien. Reading-"A Perfect Tribute," Miss May Reilly. Miss Reilly has charge of the school of expression at the Bush Temple conservatory. The hostesses will be Madames E. S. Denard, Mary C. Carvin, T. E. Connor, James Corbett, M. J. Geary, G. P. Gubbins, William Gubbins, J. P. Hartray, E. A. Hartke, F. A. Hurly, A. Holthaefer, E. J. Kane, G. A. Kearney, E. M. Keller, H. E. McDonald, J. P. McCann, R. H. McCall, E. H. McCann, William McDonaugh, F. J. Nilles, M. L. O'Malis, J. P. O'Conner, T. V. Purcell and Wm. J. Schildgen. Mrs. J. P. O'Connor is president of the auxiliary and Mrs. R. H. McCall is social chairman. Tomamno's orchestra furnished the music. Mrs. Helen Slocum, 1815 Forest avenue, is in New Rochelle, N. Y. on a visit. Mrs. J. S. Talbott 529 Grove street, is in Terre Haute, Ind., for a couple of weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Romaine Warren left Saturday t make their home in St. Louis, Mo. A card party was given Monday night at Mason park by the Neighborhood club. Mrs. Henry E. Dwight, 641 Hinman avenue, is in Danville, Ill., for a visit with her mother. Mr. and Mrs. Newton O. Nelson, formerly of 1207 Monroe street, have gone to Wilmette. Mr. and Mrs. Ezra Smith, 2131 Sherman avenue, returned Sunday from Palm Beach, Fla. Mr. and Miss Simons of New York will soon occupy their new home, 2319 Sherman avenue. Mrs. Paul W. Cleveland, 504 Lee street, went to Peoria, Ill., to visit her mother, Mrs. W. String. Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur F. Sheridan, 718 Church street, left Tuesday for a two months' trip in California. Mr. George P. Engelhard 1521 Hinman avenue, went to Providence, R. I., last week to be gone two months. Miss Katherin Smith, 1327 Chicago avnue, left Saturday to spend the rest of the winter in St. Petersburg, Fla. Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Washburn have taken the house at 1014 Sheridan road, having moved here from Winnetka. Mr. D. W. Miller, South Milwaukee, Wis., visited his sister, Mrs. John Wilson, 2114 Maple avenue, last week. Little Genevieve Markles, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Markles, 939 Maple avenue, was taken very ill Sunday with diphtheria. Mrs. Herman Makowski, 1501 Ashland avenue, was hostess at a birthday dinner Sunday in honor of her husband's birthday anniversary. Mrs. Ella Pither, who has been the guest of Mrs. M. L. C. Funkhouser, 817 Hinman avenue, will leave some time this week for Joliet, Ill. John Welland, Jr., 1516 Greenwood boulevard, has just returned from a visit to his grandfather, Mr. Theodore Kartheiser, at Aurora, Ill. Miss Elaine Hunter, 1119 Judson avenue, is entertaining the Misses Margaret Sage of Hartford, Conn., and Catherine Bergan of Nanticoke, Pa. Ten jolly couples enjoyed a hay-rack ride Saturday night, after which they were entertained at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Swanson, 2805 Thayer street. Miss Focer, who has been the guest of her sister, Mrs. Matthew J. MacAdams, 2021 Harrison street, returned Monday to her home at Cape May, N. J. Registered at the Avenue House: H. McG. Clark, Toledo, O.; J. H. Sullivan, Valparaiso, Ind.; Robert Beauregard, Fort Sheridan; John A. James, Austin, Tex. Miss Helen Glenn, 1131 Forest avenue, will be one of the bridesmaids at the wedding of Miss Mary McClane on Feb. 1 at Scranton, Pa. Miss Glenn left last week. Mrs. Celia Parker Wooley, speaker before the social service department of the Woman's club, was a luncheon guest Tuesday of Mrs. Harold Ickes, 1415 Elinor place. Miss Frances Simpson, daughter of Mrs. Elizabeth Simpson of the Hotel Monnett, has recently been appointed assistant superintendent of the Library school at Urbana, Ill. Miss Tyron and Miss Stratford entertained the Girls' Friendly society Monday evening at the Haven Technical school. Miss Childs, civic teacher at the high school, addressed them. The Dewey School Neighborhood association announces for Friday, Jan. 24, at 8 p. m., a lecture by Mr. F. W. Nichols, superintendent of schools in District 76, on "A Bicycle Trip Through Italy." Admission is free to all. Mrs. C. H. Wehrstedt of 2603 Sheridan road, last Friday night in Elgin, Ill., witnessed the installation of her niece, Rosie Heigman, as worthy matron of Bethel chapter of the Eastern Star. It was beautiful as well as rare to see one twin sister install the other to that office. Mrs. C. R. Switzer, director of the Junior auxiliary at St. Luke's church, will leave Evanston this week for her winter home at Winter Park, Fla. Mrs. D. F. Fesler will take charge of the auxiliary during her absence. Mrs. F. S. Donnell has just been added to the staff of assistants.
Mrs. L. Abel, head of Lord's millinery department, is on a short vacation trip south. Mr. George C. Eberling, 1144 Michigan avenue, left Saturday, Jan. 18, for New York City to remain three months. Mr. Roger P. Jenkins, 2111 Sherman avenue, has been entertaining his sister, Miss Agness Jenkins of Peoria, Ill., for two weeks. Mrs. Celia Parker Wooley of Fred Douglas Center, Chicago, spoke before the social service meeting Tuesday evening in the Methodist church. Mrs. L. W. Williams, 1028 Elmwood avenue, whose husband was buried Jan. 6, has gone to Janesville, Wis., to remain for awhile with relatives. Mr. P. L. Whitehead, 712 Michigan avenue, has gone on a three months' business trip to Philadelphia, Pa., Washington, D. C., and New York. Mr. Roger B. McMullen, 1021 Grove street, has left on a short business trip to New York city. He will be away until the latter part of the month. Miss McPherson and Mrs. Chester Hubbard, 620 Davis street, attended a club party last Thursday afternoon on the south side of Chicago at the home of Mrs. McDonald on Madison avenue. The last "at home" of Mrs. O. B. Tennis and Miss Tennis was held Tuesday at their home, 1629 Judson avenue. Mrs. Arthur Cable, the Misses Margaret and Mildred Armour will assist. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred H. Gross and Miss Dorothy Gross, 1100 Ridge avenue, left Wednesday to spend the winter with Mr. and Mrs. Richard C. Lake at their home in Clearwater, Fla. Mr. Lisle W. Kincaid, 621 Davis street, furnished plans for two one-story buildings now under construction for Mr. Linster of Moering & Linster, on the southwest corner of Maple avenue an Foster street. The Evanston W. C. T. U. held the regular monthly meeting Friday with Mrs. Mary S. Dyche, 1882 Sheridan road at 2:30 p. m. Mrs. McDonald, county president, spoke on "Congressman Hobson's Great Speech and Plan." Mr. Rogert E. Whitney, 1245 Asbury avenue, who is inspector of agencies of the central department of the New York Life Insurance company, is attendking the annual convention of the field workers of the company at Ormond, Fla. Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Wheelock, 1040 Hinman avenue, gave a box party at the opera house Tuesday night to hear Mme. Tetrassini in "Rigoletto." Their guests were Miss Helen Borton, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lincoln Bartlett and Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Barnes. Mr. H. C. Buchenberger of Hamburg, Germany, general manager of the Hamburg-Breman Fire Insurance company, and Assistant Secretary George Aschermann of the United States branch of the company, have been the guests of Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Kelsey, 1046 Ridge avenue. The Men's league of the Second Presbyterian church gave a ladies' night on Tuesday, Jan. 21. There was a steropticon lecture by Rev. O. F. Jordan on "The Aims and Accomplishments of Oddfellowship." Miss Edna Storms gave readings. Mrs. B. Rageurberg, contralto, sang. The spelling school at Wheadon M. E. church last Friday eveneing was a success in attendence as well as interest. The young people spelled first, the leaders being Miss Locke and Miss Bachus. Miss Petty was the winner in this contest. After refreshments were served the older people spelled with Mr. Tucker and Mrs. Churcher cosing sides. Mrs. Churcher won the first prize. At the banquet held Friday evening by the Epworth league of the Covenant M. E. church, Miss Klopf and Mr. Weiss, both students at the Northwestern university School of Music, favored the leaguers with a number of delightful songs. Speeches were made by Rev. Dan Brummitt, Rev. F. O. Beck, Miss Matilda Wittbold and Miss Edith Mathis. Mr. Earl Mahood and Miss Ruth Mahood presided at the piano. Chairman in charge of the committees were: Miss Bertha Moore, banquet; Miss Helen Snyder, table decorations; Mr. W. P. Watkins, reception; Mr. Earl Norris, program; Mrs. James Grantham, invitations. [damaged] Mr. and Mrs. Val J. Rothchild of St. Paul, who have been the guests of their sister, Mrs. Grace King [damaged], sailed Saturday morning for the Mediterranean and Riviera. The marriage of Miss Violet Copeland, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Copeland, of Hancock, Mich., and Mr. Ernest H. Wieder of Chicago, will take place today at 4:30 p. m. at St. Mary's parish house. Mr and Mrs. Fred'k S. [damaged] 1000 Forest avenue; Mr. and Mrs. [damaged] P. Whitney, Judson avenue near Church street; Mr. and Mrs. T. [damaged] Dougherty, 1735 Chicago avenue, leave Saturday morning for Jamaica and Cuba, by way of Panama canal. Registered at the Avenue House: R. D. Hollister, North Dakota; F. H. Hodydon, Boston; Mr. and Mrs. [damaged] W. Horton, St. Paul; William [damaged] Elgin, Ill; Tom C. Bebont, Covington, Ky.; Minnie Dorr, Myerville, Wis.; M. Tibetts, Lake Forest, Ill. The committee of management of the North End Y. M. C. A. has been abolished, an executive council composed of some of the younger men in the community are to be associated with the committee in guiding affairs of the North End department. The members of the council have been approved by President Robert L. Scott, and General Secretary A. B. Dale of the Central department. The members are: Arthur W. Armstrong, H. Dyer Bent, John W. Stewart, Robert Sonnen and O. W. Youngquist.