Mr. Clifford Stewart, [damaged] Custer aveneu, has returned from a short trip to Atlanta, Ga. Mrs. J. D. Kline, 2021 Harrison street, entertained the Auction Bridge club Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. Samuel Warner, 427 Greenwood boulevard, has gone to Washington, D. C., for the inaugeration. Mrs. Edwin O. Williams, 2617 Park place, was called to Iowa last week on account of the death of her father. Mrs. A. L. Belknap, formerly of Evanston,has returned and will spend two months at the Greenwood Inn. Mrs. E. D. Poole and Mrs. E. Bell [sic] a musicale on Saturday afternoon at their home, 930 Hinman avenue. Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Ross and family, 1572 Ridge avenue, and Miss Emily McCormick left today for Ormand, Florida. Mrs. E. L. Williams of 2607 Park place has been called to Iowa by the very serious illness of her father, Rev. R. A. Griffith. Dr. W. A. Phillips, 1217 Michigan avenue, left Saturday for Florida. Mrs. Phillips and their little daughter will leave later. Mr. and Mrs. Keith E. Kellenberger and family have moved from 2003 Lincoln street to Iowa where Mr. Kellenberger will engage in business. Mrs. Edward K. Harris, 821 Davis street, left Wednesday for a week's stay at Lincoln, Neb. She was accompanied home by her daughter, Miss Clara Harris. Rev. J. Madison Stifler, pastor of the First Baptist church, arrived home Tuesday from New York city. He preached there Sunday in Calvary Baptist church. The Kappa Kappa Gramma fraternity gave a dance Saturday night at the Kenilworth club. Fifty couples participated. Mr. and Mrs. Roy [damaged] were the chaperons. Master "Dick" Williams,who has spent most of the winter with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Frederick D. Richards, 2526 Harrison street, has returned to his home in Martinsville, Indiana. Mrs. W. E. Elkin of Louisville, Ky., and her great niece, Miss Elizabeth [damaged] of Wabash, Ind., after a visit of several days, the guests of Mrs. Elkin's sister, Mrs. N. P. Williams, returned home Tuesday. Mr. Nathan Wilbur Helm, principal of the Evanston academy, is president of the North Central Academic association, which met Tuesday in its fifth annual convention at the Northwestern Univerisity building, Chicago. Mrs. Clara Earhart and daughter, Miss Ruth Earhart, have taken an apartment in the Gladstone. Miss Ruth is attending Northwestern. Mrs. Earhart has just returned from their old home in Chrisman, Ill. where she has been since Christmas. Miss Marie Doering, 111 Ayars place, gave a party Sunday evening. Those present were Misses Grace Meyer, Laura Schmidt, Rignor Nelson, Messrs. Fred Schmidt, Albert Heinson, George Doering, Mrs. Herman Schmidt was the chaperon. Mr. Fred Schmidt won the first prize in the marshmallow game. Color scheme was pink and white. Mrs. William Dixon Marsh of Greenwood Inn announces the marriage of her daughter, Mabel D., to Richard P. Paddison, Jr., of
Palm Beach, Fla., which took place in Palm Beach on Feb. 18. Miss Marsh went to Palm Beach some weeks ago to be the guest of an aunt, whom she frequently has visited in recent years. At the time her betrothal to Mr. Paddison had not been announced, although it had been planned that the wedding would take place some time within the next few months. Instead, the young people decided to have the ceremony in the south. They are now on a wedding trip and will be at home after April 1 in Palm Beach, where the bridegroom has lumber interests. A number of young people of the northern part of Evanston gave a sleighride party Saturday evening, meeting at the home of Miss Frances Vandercook and ending up at the home of Misses Esther and Marjorie Grantham 2415 Hartzell street, where excellent refreshments were served. Those present were the Misses Esther Moore, Frances Vandercook, Vendia Johnson, Helen Shyder, Bertha Moore, Esther Grantham, Ruth Risley, May Palm, Matilda Wittbold, and Marjorie Grantham, and Messrs. George Wittbold, Arthur Meers, Richard Ryerson, Paul Faulkner, Milton Palm, Eal Mahood, Herman Hoff, Edward Vandercook and Warren Ryerson. Miss Oga Brenneman left Saturday for Peru, Ill, to spend a week. Mr C. G. Cobb moved Saturday from [damaged] Judson avenue to the Greenwood Inn. Mr. J. N. Hatch, 216 Kedzie street, is in New York City on a business trip. Miss M. McPherson, 610 Davis street, returned Friday from New York. The Mary Giddings circle met Monday [damaged] L. M. Bernheisel, 827 Washington street. Mr. A. K. Rodgers, 3500 Hartray avenue, is in California on a short business trip. Mr. Thomas L. White, 1714 Orrington avenue, spent Sunday in Chicagim the guest of friends. Mrs. F. E. Winans of the Ridgewood apartments is spending six weeks visiting in Pasadena, Cal. Mr. A. G. Nicholson, 29 Davis street, left today for a month's visit in El Reno, Oklahoma. The Country club will give a progressive auction-bridge party next Friday evening at 8:15 p. m. Dr. Edgar Blake, 612 Church street, left Sunday night for Cincinnati, O. He will be away all week. The Misses Currier, 312 Kedzie street, have as their guest, Miss Dorothy Stohr of St. Joseph, Mo. Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Sheridan, 310 Church street, left last week for a month's trip through the south. Mrs. J. C. Shaffer, 1704 Judson avenue, has returned from a short trip to Indianapolis and Louisville. Twenty-six employees of Lord's store and a number of outside friends enjoyed a sleighride Saturday night. Mr. and Mrs. George T. Kelly, 1028 Judson avenue, are expected home this week from a Panama trip of five weeks. Mrs. Walter Clemens, 815 Chicago avenue, left Tuesday for Green Bay, Wis., to spend a week with her mother, Mrs. Springer. Mrs. Ed Bristol, 815 Chicago avenue, went to Kenosha Tuesday morning for a brief visit with her aunt, Mrs. Mae McDonald. Thirteen young ladies of St. Luke's Girls Friendly society Tuesday evening went to Chicago to the dinner at St. James church. Mr. George Smith, 1762 Ridge avenue, have as their guests for a short time Mr. and Mrs. James Allen from New Bedford, Mass. Mrs. Charles B. Holton of Springfield, Mass., who has been visiting Mrs. Robert S. Crane, 2141 Sherman avenue, has gone to Los Angeles, Cal., where she expects to be until about May 1. Mrs. Mary Moore, 523 Hinman avenue, entertained freinds at her home Tuesday evening in honor of Miss Florence Graham of Colfax, Iowa. Miss Graham, who was formerly a Northwestern university student and an Evanston resident, is spending two weeks at Willard hall. Miss Lois Williams, of Highland Park, and Miss Frances Stever, both of Sheridan road, gave a bridge whist party Wednesday afternoon in honor of Miss Ethel Templeton, whose marriage to Mr. Harry Morris of Pittsburgh, Pa., will occur Saturday evening next. Miss Templeton was a former Northwestern student and many of her Evanston friends were among the guests invited to this party. The Bryant circle met Monday afternoon with Mrs. George A. Foster, 1922 Sheridan road. The circle's subject for this year is "England During the Seventeenth and Eighteenth Century." Mrs. J. J. Tufts read an interesting paper on "The Beginnings of Journalism." Mrs. O. W. Hinckley, who is in California, had prepared and sent to the club a paper on "The English Gardens," which was read by Mrs. John Schwender. Miss Dorothy Albertson, 1464 Elmwood avenue, was the guest of honor Tuesday evening at a shower given at the Evanston auditorium by the employees of Rosenberg's department store, in anticipation of her approching marriage Easter Sunday to Mr. Arthur William Schulyer of East Chicago, Ind. The evening was a most delightful one. Heeren's orchestra furnished the music. There were about eighty present. Mr. H. B. Chandler is ill. Mr. A. G. Nicholson, [damaged] Davis street, left Monday morning for a six weeks trip through Oklahoma. Prof. Amos, who was entertained at the University club last week, left Saturday for home. Mrs. Frank T. Murray, 522 Church street, entertained her card club Monday. Three tables of bridge were played. Mrs. H. H. Kingsley, 1334 Hinman avenue, left Sunday night for Minneapolis, Minn., where she will visit friends for a few days. Mr. and Mrs. George Frederick Knifely, 2720 Woodbine avenue, were week-end guests of Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Birch, Maywood, Ill. Rev. H. S. Graves, pastor of Ebenezer M. E. church, is imporving rapidly and hopes to leave the city the last of the week for Texas. Prof. Harlan Updegraff, 2226 Hartzell street, returned Friday from Philadelphia, Pa., where he attended the National Educational association. Mrs. Frances E. Finch, 1806 Colfax street, who has been in New York City and Brooklyn during the month of February, returned Saturday evening. Mrs. Frederick von Schlegell, 1411 Church street, and son, Frederick III., returned Sunday from a six months' trip to Dunedin, in Southern Florida. Mr. Albert F. Mochon and son, Bertie, of Wheaton, Ill., were the over Sunday guests of his brother, Mr. O. J. Mochon and family, 620 Clark street. Miss Ruby Randle of Centerville, Ia., arrived Monday to visit her uncles, Mr. H. B. Williams and Mr. C. S. Williams, 2233 Orrington avenue, for a month. Mrs. E. Julia Bogart, 1113 Maple avenue, who has been visiting her daughter and husband, Maj. and Mrs. Jack Crozier, in Toronto, Canada, arrived home Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. George H. Scurlock, and little daughter, Catherine, 824 Hinman avenue, have returned from California, where they have been for the past three months. Justice Charles H. Voigt will close out his business May 1 and will be succeeded by Mr. W. J. Schatz, 1460 Maple avenue. The first of June Justice Voigt will go to Florida to reside. Rev. and Mrs. Charles M. Stuart, 621 Foster street, entertained the Monica club of Northwestern University Tuesday evening. Mrs. Frank Dyche read a paper on the municipal art of Chicago. Miss Winifred Hull, 1422 Hinman avenue, gave an organ recital Sunday afternoon at the Church of the Holy Spirit, Lake Forest. Miss Edna Palmer, soprano, also of Evanston, was the soloist. Professor H. H. Kingsley is among the many Evanstonians to witness the inaugeral festivities of President Wilson. Mr. Kinsley has been attending an educational conference in Philadelphia for the past week. The regular meeting of the Bryant circle was held Monday at the home of Mrs. George Foster, 1922 Sheridan road. Mrs. Tufts read a paper on "The Beginning of Journalism." and Mrs. Hinckley one on "English Gardens." Mr. Harold Pynchon, 1723 Wesley avenue, is home from an extended trip to Portland, Me., where he acted as best man at a friend's wedding, to Boston and New York. From New York he went by boat to Galveston, Texas. Mrs. Samuel R. Warner, 427 Greewood boulevard, left Sunday for Washington, D. C., to attend the inaugaration. Her son, Robert Warner, is one of the Princeton boys who acted as escort to President Wilson. She will go also to New York and expects to be away for three weeks. The West Side Pleasure club held their regular meeting Thursday evening at the home of Mr. Fred Ahrens., 2120 Wesley avenue. Twenty-seven members were present. The business session was followed by music and dancing. The next meeting will be held at the home of Mr. John Ahrens, 2031 Darrow avenue, Thursday evening, March 13. The next meeting of the Parents' and Teachers' association of the high school will be held tonight at [damaged] o'clock in the high school building. Prof. Charles H. Judd, director of the School of Education at the University of Chicago, will speak on "The Relation of the High School to the Elementary School and College." The public is invited. The girls of Willard hall gave a reception Friday afternoon. Mr. A. C. Galitz and Mr. Edwin Galitz went to Huntley, Ill., Sunday on business. Mrs. Walter S. Primly, [damaged] Forest avenue, has been slightly ill for several days. Mr. Wm. J. Gorman, 935 Hinman avenue, has returned from a successful trip to Iowa. Mr. and Mrs. Guy S. McCabe left Thursday evening for a three weeks' trip in Florida. Mrs. F. Britton, 2734 Prairie avenue, has returned from a six weeks' visit in southern Illinois. Mr. P. V. E. B. Ward, 1226 Elmwood avenue, went to New York Wednesday on a ten days' business trip. Miss Helen Tym of the "Parisian" will be married in May to Mr. Henry Green, 1012 Wesley avenue. Mrs. Gilbert M. Weeks, 1720 Asbury avenue, and her mother, Mrs. Fred James, are in Pasadena, Cal. Miss Frances G. Perkins of Fond du Lac, Wis., is the guest of Mrs. Frank A. Wheelihan, 1207 Michigan avenue. Mr. and Mrs. William Savory of Wilmingham, Del., have recently moved here and are residingin the Hereford. Mr. C. S. Harlan of Atlantic, Iowa, is the guest of his cousin, Mrs. Frank E. Baker, 2226 Central street. He will be here about one week. Mrs. William Dean and Miss Haugan were dinner hostesses Saturday evening at their home, 1122 Judson avenue. Covers were laid for twelve. Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Simmon, 1735 Wesley avenue, have as their guests Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Simmon of Boston, Mass., the parents of Mr. Simmon. Loomis Hypes, 1126 Michigan avenue, a freshman at Princeton, has been appointed fifer of the Princeton guard who will march in the inaugural procession. The Misses Nelson missionaries to India, who are returning to duty after a year's furlough, were over-Sunday guests of Mr. Fred Chilstrom, 1116 Ayars place. They sail March 5 from New York. Mrs. J. Rex Allen, 1022 Grove street, gave a dinner party Saturday evening in honor of Mr. Allen's sister, Mrs. Daniel Bell of Philadelphia, Pa., who has been her guest and who returned to her home Sunday. Mrs. E. D. Poole, 930 Hinman avenue, assisted by Mrs. Harry Bell, will entertain the chorus choir of the Second Presbyterian church on the evening of March 8. Mr. Bell is the director of the choir and Mr. Poole is one of the soloists. Mrs. [damaged] T. Perkins, [damaged] Oak avenue, has been having as her guest Mrs. J. B. Lyons, Jr., of Boise, Idaho. Mrs. Lyons is now in Chicago visiting Mr. Lyon's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Lyons, Jr. She will go from there to Belleair, Fla., for the rest of the season. Mr. George F. [damaged], 329 Michigan avenue, and Mr. Wellington A. Jones of Rogers Park, member of the Illinois relations division of the Chicago Association of Commerce, were guests of honor at the Commercial club banquet at La Salle, Ill., last evening. Mr. [damaged] addressed the club.