What People are Doing in Evanston
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Lake Shore News (Wilmette, Illinois), 20 Mar 1913, p. 9


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Brief notices of social events in Evanston, Illinois
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20 Mar 1913
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  • Illinois, United States
    Latitude: 42.04114 Longitude: -87.69006
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March 28 a cotillion will be danced at the Country club, led by Mr. Bournique.

Mr. Paul Faulkner, 2429 Central street, left Friday evening for an indefinite trip to Omaha, Nebraska.

Born, to Mr. and Mrs. E. E. MacLeod, 930 Michigan avenue, a son, Friday morning, March 14.

The seventh of a series of Musicales was given Sunday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Martyn F. Warner.

An informal dance was given at the Winnetka Woman's club Friday evening by the Kappa Alpha Theta sorority.

An informal dance was given Friday evening at the Kenilworth hall by the members of the Phi Kappa Psi fraternity.

Miss Gladys Beyers, 1017 Ridge Avenue, left Saturday for New York, where she will join her mother, Mrs. Harry W. Beyers.

March 25, Mrs. Robert S. De Golyer, 1745 Chicago avenue, will entertain at an afternoon tea in honor of Mrs. Abram W. Harris, II.

Mrs. Helen Judson, 912 Ridge avenue, is spending a week with her brother, Bryant C., at Champaign, who is attending school there.

Mrs. C. A. Taylor, 1713 Ridge avenue, gave a luncheon Saturday for her little daughter, Dorothy, to which were invited twelve of her friends.

Mr. and Mrs. Karl Snyder and little son, Robert of Moweaqua, Illinois., are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Snyder, 2715 Woodbine avenue.

Mrs. Herbert F. Fisk, Mrs. M. C. Bragdon and Miss Mary Harrris gave a missionary tea at the home of Mrs. Fisk, 1625 Judson avenue, Thursday.

Mr. and Mrs. Henry B. Otis and sons, 2703 Sheridan road, returned Saturday from a southern trip, stopping at New Orleans, Jamaica and Panama.

Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Stiles left Saturday for their home in Caldwell, Idaho, after spending two months with Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Moore, 1300 Main street.

Tuesday afternoon Mrs. Frank E. Payne, 1810 Sherman avenue, gave an informal tea in honor of her sister, Miss Ethel Burnham of Adrian, Michigan.

Mrs. E. Warren Coburn, Forest avenue and Lincoln place, gave a luncheon Saturday in honor of Mrs. Warner Green Baird. Covers were laid for eight.

Mrs. Warren S. Williams, 823 Hinman avenue, gave a children's party Thursday afternoon in honor of her lttle daughter, Louise. Easter decorations were used.

Tuesday, March 24, the Visitation Alumnae auxiliary will entertain the members and their friends at a luncheon at the Dixie Tea room. The luncheon will be followed by cards.

Mr. Donald Butler, who has been taking an agricultural course, which he has finished, in the Wisconsin university, returned home Thursday. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Morton Butler, 1555 Ridge avenue.

Mrs. T. M. Knox, 117 Forest avenue, Wilmette, gave a seven-course dinner party Monday evening to twelve guests at her home. Decorations were carried out in St. Patrick's novelties. After the dinner the guests danced at the Wilmette Club.

The Helen Club of Northwestern university held its initiation Friday afternoon at Willard hall. Those admitted to the society were Misses Helen Campbell, Helen Schulze, Helen Phillips, Helen Lewis and Helen Paddock. Supper followed the ceremonies. The club now has a membership of about twenty.

Mrs. C. M. Fairchild, 2700 Lincoln street, was hostess at a delightful luncheon Friday. The decorations were of the fairest, consisting of spring flowers and rainbow tints. Following the luncheon was a musicale. The guests were Mrs. George K. Hill of Chiago, Mrs. M. B. Hurlbut, Mrs. A. V. Coffman, Mrs. Homer G. Tate, Mrs. W. L. McKay, Mrs. Donald H. Mann, Mrs. J. N. Eisenlord, Mrs. Paul W. Dilg, and Mrs. Arthur L. Goodwillie.

Friday night a very delightful card party took place at the Country Club. Progressive auction bridge with Mrs. J. Mitchell Hoyt in charge, was played. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. J. Mitchell Hoyt, Mr. and Mrs. Charles H. Barry, Mr and Mrs. Jay Kirkman, Mr. and Mrs. Warren Coburn, Dr. and Mrs. Francis P. Horan, Mesdames Kimball, M. M. Kirman, E. G. Kirk, R. E. Whitney, William Ford Johnson, Eugene Willoughby, Ernest Mayo, A. F. Dean, Parker, Charles E. Morse, William Montgomery, Miss Henry, Miss Ethel Kirkman. MR. and Mrs. J. Mitchell Hoyt won the first prize. The second fell to Mr. and Mrs. Charles H. Barry, Mr. and Mrs. Warner Coburn captured the third and the fourth became the possession of Mrs. Charles E. Morse and Mrs. William Montgomery.

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Mrs. B. J. Shipman, 1127 HInman avenue, is in Urbana, Illinois.

Mr. H.V.S. Tracy, 1553 Oak avenue, is spending a week in Milwaukee.

B. C. Hawkes and family, 1106 Oak avenue, moved to Kenilworth this week.

The Delta Gamma sorority will hold its annual banquet t his evening in the Mission Ta room.

Miss Agnes Bradshaw, 1031 [unclear] Forest avenue, is home from the East, where she spent two months.

Mr. A. G. Nicholson, 915 Davis street, is in Ft. Worth, Texas, and is much improved in health.

Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Dean, 1228 Hinman avenue, expect to leave next month for a European trip.

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas D. Sexton, 2711 Harrison Street, have returned from an extended trip South.

Mrs. Hugo C. Wagner, 1247 Hinman avenue, has as her guest Mrs. William Calhoune of Milwaukee, Wis.

Mr. William B. Bogert, 1818 Sheridan Road, has returned from an extended trip through the South.

Miss Katherine Williams of Galva, Illinois, was the guest of Miss Sue Pitkin, 2526 Ashland Avenue, last week.

Mr. and Mrs. Charles H. Pajeau and daughter, Grace, 325 Greenwood boulevard, are visiting in Pasadena, California.

Mr. and Mrs. Robert P. Shimmin, Pioneer road and Colfax street, have returned from an extended visit South.

Mr. August Rodelius, Mr. Chas. H. Burkett and Mr. Lars Larsen will return this week from a ten days' hunting trip.

Mr. James Rood, with college mate from Wisconsin university, will spend his Easter vacation at his home, 516 Greenwood boulevard.d

Miss Janet Hall, 2310 Grant street, who is now in Maitland, Florida, will return in time to a ct as bridesmaid at the wedding of Miss Katherine French, March 24.

The Oak Leaf Circle gave a St. Patrick's pot-luck supper Tuesday evening at the home of the Misses Bertha and Esther Moore, 2403 Prairie avenue.

Today Judge Richard S. Tuthill, 1142 Judson avenue, his son, Richard Stanley Tuthill, Jr., and son-in-law, James A. Linen, Jr., of Scranton, Pa., sail from Key West, Florida, for Panama.

Mrs. Joseph H. Lawler, 5722 Madison avenue, Chicago, gave a tea Saturday from 4 to 6 o'clock at her home in honor of the Alpha Gamma Delta sorority of the Northwestern University.

The French club will meet March 24 at the home of Mrs. W. Irving Osborne, Ridge avenue and Greenwood boulevard. Mrs. J. Mitchell Hoyt and Miss Nina Winans will give the program.

Miss Adele Badger of this city will be bridesmaid at the wedding of Miss Dorothy Dyrenforth of Oak Park to Mr. Harry Runkle Auracher, April 16, at 8:30 o'clock in Grace Episcopal church.

Mr. and Mrs. William D. Dean, 1122 Judson avenue, will leave the last week in April for Europe. They will meet Mrs. Dean's sister, Miss Alice Haugan, who has preceded them by several weeks.

A Junior Epworth league has been organized at the covenant M. E. church, meeting at 3:45 o'clock on Wednesday afternoon in the Sunday school room. About forty children have already joined.

The class day officers of Northwestern university were elected Friday. They are Donald Robertson, donor of class gifts; Paulie Pearson, class will; Grace Strickler, class prophetess; Harold Clark, orator; Frank Cockrell, class statistician; Elsie Green, class poet, and Dolly Thompson, ivy orator.

Miss Alice Haugan, 1122 Judson avenue, and Mrs. H. F. Hunter, 1119 Judson avenue, sailed Friday for a cruise of the Mediterranean on the steamship "Caronia," Cunard line. Mrs. Warner Baird (formerly Miss Julia N. Dole) gave a "before going abroad" luncheon Monday at the home of her father, Mr. John N. Dole, 1104 Michigan avenue, for Miss Haugan. Ten especial friends were the guests.

Invitations have been issued for the wedding of Miss Adele Persch, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Frederich Persch, and Dr. Harry McPherson Brandel, which will take place Saturday evening, March 22, at the home of her parents, 4517 Beacon street, Chicago. Miss Persch is a graduate of Northwestern in 1911 and is a member of the Alpha Phi sorority. Dr. Brandel is a graduate of the Northwestern Medical college.

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Miss E. M. Thompson, 845 [unclear] Hinman avenue, is at Long Beach, California.

The Misses Ruth Low and Alma Ilgenfritz are pledged to the Phi Deltan.

Mrs. W. E. Barrett, 905 Forest avenue, is at the Battle Creek sanitarium.

Mrs. C. R. Switzer, 1323 [unclear] Elmwood avenue, has gone to Winter Park, Florida.

Mr. John W. Low, 1207 Michigan avenue, left Friday for a two weeks' Panama trip.

Mrs. W. M. Thompson of the Greenwood Inn has moved to hicago and is stopping at the Virginia Hotel.

Miss Gertrude Gladden, 1832 [unclear] Orrington avenue, is spending a week with Mrs. John M. Fiske in Milwaukee.

Mrs. R. H. Mccall, 2127 Maple avenue, is visiting her mother in Carnia [Sarnia ?] Canada.

Squire Rush Harris, 1526 Judson avenue, is taking a leisurely trip through California.

Miss Madeline Richards, 1526 Harrison street, has as her guest Miss Hazel Hemmins of Belvidere, Illinois.

Mrs. John Slade, 911 Forest avenue, is now convalescing after undergoing an operation at the hospital.

Miss Mary Gates, 2752 Woodbine avenue, has returned from the inaugural festivities at Washington.

Mrs. Carl S. Williams, 2233 Orrington avenue, has as her guest Miss Ruby Randle of Centerville, Indiana.

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