What People are Doing in Evanston
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Lake Shore News (Wilmette, Illinois), 13 Mar 1913, p. 5


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Brief notices of social activities in Evanston.
Date of Publication:
13 Mar 1913
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English
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  • Illinois, United States
    Latitude: 42.07225 Longitude: -87.72284
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Mrs. E. A. Laughlin of Kenilworth gave a party Tuesday in honor of her son.

Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Roberts, 2203 Central Street, left Sunday for New York.

Mr. W. W> Kelley, 822 Colfax street, is home from a business trip through town.

Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Geare have moved to 910 Main Street from 1105 Davis street.

Mr. and Mrs. Albert Graff, 846 Judson avenue, are back from a trip to San Antonio, Texas.

Miss Louise Grover, formerly of Evanston, now of Oak Park, left Tuesday for Asheville, N.C.

Mrs. Evanston of Green Bay, Wis., is the guest of her sister, Mrs John Leslie, 318 Hamilton Street.

Mr. and Mrs. George Frederick Knisely, 2720 Woodbine avenue, have gone to Cleveland, Ohio.

Mr. R. Clarence Brown, 2235 Harrison street, is again confined to his home with a sprained ankle.

Mrs. Charles S. Harris, 716 Michigan avenue, has as her guest Mrs. David Page of Alberton, Iowa.

Mr. J. W. work has returned from a two months' sojourn in Florida. Mrs. Work will not return until later.

Mrs. Charles H. Rose, 2410 Park place, will entertain the Home club tomorrow afternoon at 2:30 o'clock.

Miss Doris Wheeler, 639 Forest avenue, will leave Saturday to spend her spring vacation at Ann Arbor, Mich.

Mr. and Mrs. George W. Smith, 1462 Ridge avenue, are entertaining Mr. and Mrs. James Allen of Bedford, Mass.

Miss Carol Robinson of Chicago spent Sunday as the guest of Mr. and Mrs. W. L. McKay, 2308 Central Street.

Miss Edith Little, 1419 Judson avenue, has gone to Asheville, N.C., where her sister, Miss Helen, is sojourning.

Miss Violet Potter, who has been visiting Mrs. H. H. Harris, 820 Foster street, has returned to her home in Greenville, Mich.

Miss Bernice Ayres and Miss Mildred Scott of Lake Forest were guests of Mrs. F. O. Potter of the Elmwood over Sunday.

Mr. and Mrs. James Huxtable, 431 Sherman avenue, are just home from a trip to Detroit, Michigan, where they spent two weeks.

On Friday evening, March 21, Berwald's cantata, "The Crucifixion," will be given by the choir of the First Congregational church.

Miss Ruth Connor, 1418 Elmwood avenue, returned home Sunday evening after a pleasant week spent with relatives at Racine, Wisconsin.

Mrs. F. H. Atkins and her daughter, Elise, of Escanaba, Michigan, are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Betts, 2219 Central street, for an indefinite time.

Mr. and Mrs. James Morey, 1120 Sherman avenue, have just returned from Detroit, Michigan, where they went to attend the funeral of Mr. Morey's father.

Mrs. Joseph E. Paden and daughter, Elizabeth, 1460 Chicago avenue, will leave Saturday for a visit with Mrs. Paden's father, Dr. Cuit, in Litchfield, Illinois.

Cards are out for the marriage of Miss Rachel Jones, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. N. M. Jones of the Parker apartments, to Mr. Chauncey Goodrich Hobart, son of Rev. and Mrs. W. T. Hobart, 1423 Elmwood avenue. The wedding will occur March 25, at 8:30 o'clock p.m. at the First Methodist Episcopal church.

Mrs. Frank Carpenter, 922 [unclear] Main street, went to Detroit, Michigan, Sunday.

Mrs. Claude Cumnock, 908 Hinman avenue, is back again from her California trip.

Rev. and Mrs. David Hugh Jones have returned from their visit in Tyron, N.C.

Mrs. Charles H. Burkett, Mr. Lars Larsen and Mr. August Rodelius left together Monday morning for a ten days' hunting trip.

Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Carle, 1133 Asbury avenue, have returned from a trip to New York.

Mrs. Charlotte Moseley, 1610 Oak avenue, is expected to return this week from Biloxi, Miss.

Miss Margaret Augur of Chicago has come to reside with her uncle, Capt. Augur, 1506 Grove street.

Miss Hazel Hemmens of Belvidere, Ill., is the guest of Miss Madeline Richards, 2526 Harrison street.

Rev. Horace Graves, pastor of Ebenezer Methodist church, is seriously ill at his home, 1107 Emerson street.

The Music Study club met Wednesday afternoon at the home of Miss Hedwig Brenneman, 1101 Davis street.

Mrs. C. M. Fairchild, 2700 Lincoln street, was a St. Patrick's luncheon hostess on Friday. Covers were laid for sixteen.

Miss Doris Wheeler, 639 Forest avenue, will spend her spring vacation at Ann Arbor, Mich., leaving for there March 15.

R. C. Caldwell, 823 Davis street, left Saturday night for Frankfort, Indiana, called there by the dying condition of his grandmother.

Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Tobey, 2455 Seminary avenue, are visiting Mrs. Tobey's niece, Mrs. Wellington Cobb, 1111 Maple avenue.

Mrs. Roy C. Flickinger, 1930 Orrington avenue, who has been ill for a week with tonsilitis, was out Sunday for the first time.

Mr. Will Haight, 2027 Harrison street, is home for a few days from a five weeks' business trip. He leaves again today for Indiana.

Mr. Harry R. Potter of the Midland Lyceum Bureau of Des Moines, will spend the weekend with his brother, Frank O. Potter.

Dr. J. Emmett Gable, 1639 Orrington avenue, spent last week on his ranch in Staunton county, Kansas, returning home Sunday night.

Miss Annie Miner, formerly of Evanston, and late of St. Louis, is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Hargreaves, 1569 Florence avenue.

The Misses Helen Sullivan, Helen Conrad and Nellie Fitzgerald of Highland Park, Illinois, were over Sunday guests of Miss Anna Muno, 803 Davis street.

Mrs. Frank Y. Norris and daughter, Miss Helen, 2407 Harrison street, who spent two months at Los Angeles, California, with Mr. and Mrs. E. Clyde Ketcham, returned last week.

The Acorn circle of Hemenway M. E. Church will hold a cafeteria supper followed by a living picture social at the church Friday evening, beginning at 6 o'clock. Everybody welcome.

Don't forget the rummage sale to be given by the King's Daughters and the ladies of the First Presbyterian church on Thursday and Friday in the Beake building, corner of Church street and Sherman avenue.

Mrs. F. D. Shaw, 2707 Walnut street, was hostess Tuesday at 1 o'clock luncheon in honor of Miss Paula Jaenicke of Milwaukee, who is the guest of Mrs. Fred W. Radcliffe, 1665 Stewart avenue. Covers were laid for eight.

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Mr. George Iredale is in Florida for a few weeks.

Mrs. J. J. Collins, 1713 Ridge avenue, has returned from Minneapolis, Minn.

The Amicitia club of boys gave a dance Saturday evening at St. Luke's parish house. It was successful and enjoyable.

Mrs. Harry Green, 703 Hinman avenue, returned Monday from Minneapolis, Minn. Mrs. H. E. C. Daniels of Detroit, Michigan, accompanied her.

March 25 the Northwestern Glee Club will give one of their concerts at the Olympic club rooms. The public is invited. A small fee will be asked.

Mrs. Joseph E. Paden and daughter, Elizabeth, 1460 Chicago avenue, will leave this week for a visit with Mrs. Paden's father, Dr. Cult, in Litchfield, Illinois.

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