What People Are Doing In Evanston
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Lake Shore News (Wilmette, Illinois), 13 Feb 1913, p. 5


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13 Feb 1913
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  • Illinois, United States
    Latitude: 42.04114 Longitude: -87.69006
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Mr. James Ellicott Hewes, 708 Forest avenue is in Philadelphia, Pa. Miss Dorothy Ilg of Winnteka has recovered from a two weeks' illness. Mr. Locke of Peoria, Ill. is a guest of the Hotel Monnett for a few days. Miss Louise Rood, 516 Greenwood boulevard, is in California for the winter. Mr. George W. Hotchkiss, Elmwood avenue, is home from a trip to Panama. Miss Lois Gallaway, 1460 Maple avenue, has gone to Wisconsin to be away a week. Mr. E. E. Betts, 2219 Central street is in Des Moines, Ia.,on a short business trip. Mrs. Moseley and daughter, Miss Alice, are at the Hotel Monnett for a few days. Mrs. Leslie R. Harsha, 1139 Forest aveneu, has left for a trip through California. The Christian church gave a "Lincoln" dinner to the "church family," at the church. Mr. and Mrs. Donald H. Mann, 2728 Harrison street, have returned from a western trip. Dr. William T. McElveen, 1111 Judson avenue, has returned from a trip to California. Mrs. Max Du Sham, 2413 Central street, entertained eight Chicago guests Friday. Mrs. William D. Dean 1122, Judson avenue was a dinner hostess Saturday evening. Miss May Zaek of Aurora, Ill., is the guest of Miss Anna Weiland, 1917 Maple avenue. Mr. John Bruner, 627 Dartmouth place, entertainted her card club Saturday evening. Mrs. John Bruner, 27 Dartmouth place entertained her "500" club of sixteen Monday. The Home club met Wednesday afternoon with Mrs. E. Graham, 1714 Sherman avenue. Prof. and Mrs. N. D. Harris, 1134 Forest avenue, are spending two weeks in Florida. Mrs. Frank Anshutz, 1300 Main street, is at home from a short trip to La Porte, Ind. Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey Prosser, 811 Colfax street, entertained at dinner Saturday evening. Miss Genevieve Pettit, 1936 Orrington avenue, spent the week-end with friends in Indiana. Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Patten, 714 Colfax street, left Saturday on a trip to Boston and New York. Mrs. William D. Dean, 1122 Judson avenue, was a hostess at a dinner party Saturday evening. Mr. William C. Laechie 714 Seward street, returned Saturday from a short trip to Indianapolis, Ind. Mr. E. S. Bliss, 1612 Oak avenue, has as her guest Mrs. Ida L. Hammond of New York City. Mrs. A. J. Cooper, 806 Milburn street, who has been ill for a number of weeks, is better now. The French club met at the home of Mrs. Ira B. Cook, 125 Dempster street, Monday afternoon. Mrs. Henry Vick, 1012 Dempster street, is entertaining Mrs. Edward Cosgrove of Saginaw, Mich. The Ladies' Aid society of Wheadon M. E. church will give a box social Valentine's evening, Feb. 14. Mrs. Charles E. Battles of the Judson is entertaining her sister, Mrs. J. W. Krell of Davenport, Ia. Mrs. W. H. Callow, 831 Foster street was in Wheaton, Ill., Saturday afternoon on a business trip. E. L. Neilson, 2200 Harrison street, has been elected president of the Shoe and Leather Club of Chicago. Mrs. Northrup, 1824 Hinman avenue, has returned from a week's visit to the Sanitarium at Kenosha, Wis. Mr. and Mrs. Archibald A. McKinley, 1104 Dempster street, attended the inauguration of Gov. Dunne. Mr. F. H. Walker, secretary of the University Art shop, has gove to the Pacific coast for a two months' recreation and business trip. Miss Helen Armstrong, 1509 Forest avenue, will give a small Valentine bridge party tomorrow at her home. Ten tables will be played. Mrs. Hopkins J. Hanford, 1405 Judson avenue, was hostess at luncheon Friday in honor of Mrs. William Hanford of Oconomowoc, Wis. Rev. Frank O. Beck, pastor of Covenant M. E. church has been appointed chairman of the religious committee of the North End Y. M. C. A. Mrs N. J. Helm, who has been spending some time with her daughter, Mrs. C. W. James, 1701 Ridge avenue, has gone to Biloxi, Miss. Misses Anna and Margaret Jenkins of Detroit City, Minn., attended the funeral of their uncle, Mr. Diton E. Hadlock, 1241 Judson avenue. Mrs. James R. Parker entertained Monday afternoon at her home, 868 Sheridan road, in honor of her cousing, Mrs. John Hecox of Omaha, Neb. Mr. W. L. Wells, 1233 Judson avenue, has gone to Citronelle, Fla. Miss Grace McElwain of Kenosha, Wis., was the week-end guest of Mrs. Gayle Brown, 2311 Hartzell street. Mrs. John G. Shields of Colorado Springs, Col., is the guest of Mrs. A. D. Sheridan, 310 Church street. Mrs. Clarence E. Snyder, 2715 Woodbine avenue, gave an "afternoon" on Friday to twelve of her friends. Mr. J. R. Denyes, a retired missionary from Jave, has gone to New York to attend a missionary conference. Miss Margaret O'Connell has moved to her brother's, Mr. W. J. O'Connell, 1027 Davis street, from Ayars place. Mrs. William Stewart, 1912 Asbury avenue, has as her guests Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Brady of Watseka, Ill. Mrs. T. Ford and two children, 935 Maple avenue, are in Nashville, Tenn., and will remain there for five months. Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Lacey, 305 Davis street, have gone to the Hotel Bon Air, Augusta, Ga., for a couple of months. An informal dance was given at the Winnetka Country club Saturday evening by the Delta Gamma sorority. Miss Florence Smith, 631 Hinman avenue, has been entertaining as her guest Miss Florence Eckert of Geneva, Ill. Miss Grace Pynchon, 1731 Orrington avenue, left Tuesday to visit her friend, Miss Ella Wade, at Paris, Tex. Mr. Charles Floria, Mr. George Rodelius and Mr. Stanley Hart enjoyed a hunting trip at Lake Marie, Wis. Mr. Charles R. Webster, 526 Sheridan road, is enjoying a visit from his sister, Mrs. Shearson of New York City. The offices all through the University building, corner Chicago avenue and Davis street, are being redecorated. Miss Marian Holcombe of the Louis Mann company was t eguest of Mr. and Mrs. George Read, 705 Chicago avenue. Mrs. F. E. Finch, 1806 Colfax street, left Saturday for New York City to visit friends. She will be away for a month. Mrs. John Sherson of New York is the guest of her brother, Mr. Charles Ripley Webster and family, 926 Sheridan road. Mr. and Mrs. P. Tyrrell, 1238 Elmwood avenue, are entertaining the Misses Lulu and Mabel West of Cleveland, Ohio. Mrs. William F. Stahl. 1032 Hinman avenue, has as her guests Mrs. A. J. Smith and Miss Merrill Smith of Denver, Col. Miss Katte Quinlan and Mrs. Dorothy Work of the Avenue House left today to spend two months in Jacksonville, Fla. Mr. A. S. Van Deusen, 620 Davis street, returned Saturday from a short trip to Champaign, Ill., to visit his son, Archie. Mr. Philip Diefendorf of Edgewater, Mich., spent a few days with his family who are guests of his mother at the "Asbury." Mr. and Mrs. Loren D. Wells, 420 Hamilton street, are having as their guests Mr. and Mrs. Walter Hill of Los Angeles, Cal. St. Paul's Lutheran church observed Hopsital Sunday and took a special offering for the benefit of the Evanston hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Fred S. James 239 Greenwood boulevard, have taken apartments at the Blackstone in Chicago for the winter. Miss Harriet Norton of Pasadena, Cal., after a visit with her sister, Mrs. A. H. Gunn, 1015 Sheridan road, left Saturday for Milwaukee, Wis. Mrs. Jason Page and son, Master Jason Page, who have resided the past year at the Avenue House, have gone for a month's stay at Atlantic City. Mr. and Mrs. Rudolf Swansen of Harrison street have taken the house at 2328 Prairie avenue, formerly occupied by Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Nicoloy. Mrs. Robert Berry Ennis, 1817 Chicago avenue, is home from a five weeks' visit to her parents, Dr. and Mrs. Henry Mitchell, at Daytona, Fla. Mrs. Walter Wright of Milwaukee, who has been the guest of her daughter, Mrs. George Jackson of Elmwood avenue, has gone to Michigan City. Mr. and Mrs. Carroll Shaffer, 1719 Hinman avenue, entertained Saturday evening at dinner in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Kent Shaffer of Denver, Colo. Mr. Frank Thompson, 1614 Hinman avenue, left Saturday for Beaver, Pa., to attend the wedding of Mr. A. W. Harris, II, to Miss Florence Claire Galey. Miss Nellie Robinson and Miss Sabra Stevens, seniors in the Library school at the University of Illinois at Champaign, are here for four weeks' practice in the Evanston Public library. Miss Edith Knox, 804 Hinman avenue, was hostess at a party Saturday evening which she gave for twenty young people of Northwestern University. Mr. and Mrs. James A. Peabody, 2512 Hartzell street, entertained a number of their friends Friday evening in honor of their wedding anniversary. Saturday evening Mrs. Walter D. Peck, 2724 Woodbine avenue, entertained informally in honor of her guest, Mrs. James Clark, of Cedar Rapids, Ia. Miss Emily Ellias of Los Angeles, Cal., who has been for eight months the guest of her aunt, Mrs. James B. Gascoigne, 802 Colfax street, has returned to her home. Mrs. Walter D. Peck gave a buffet luncheon Saturday at her home, 2724 Woodbine avenue, in honor of the sixth birthday of her son, Master Walter D. Peck, Jr. Mrs. Frances Diefendorf, 1554 Asbury avenue, after being president of The Glen View Golf club, has resigned this position and is giving her entire time to the "Asbury." Mrs. W. T. Gormley of 2514 Harrison street announces the marriage of her sister, Miss Margaret Gatrell, to Mr. Arthur Bliss. Justice Anderson unted the happy pair. W. J. Sonnen, 2614 Harrison street, Illinois state agent of the St. Paul Fire and Marine Insurance company, has returned from a week's visit at the head office in St. Paul. Dr. and Mrs. Wm. R. Parkes, 1428 Maple avenue, are entertaining Mrs. Parkes' cousin, Mrs. Frank S. Brawley, formerly of Chicago, now of Sioux Falls, S. D., who will remain several weeks.

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What People Are Doing In Evanston