What People are Doing in Evanston
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Lake Shore News (Wilmette, Illinois), 17 Apr 1913, p. 8


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Brief notices of social activities in Evanston, Illinois.
Date of Publication:
17 Apr 1913
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English
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  • Illinois, United States
    Latitude: 42.04114 Longitude: -87.69006
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Mr. F. M. Robbins, 1713 Central street, has as his guest Mr. Carl Benjamin of Buffalo, N.Y. Miss Edith Meers [unclear] Sherman avenue has as her guest Miss Irene Henderson of Dixon, Illinois. Mr. H. B. Wheelock and daughter, Miss Sara, [unclear] Hinman avenue, left Tuesday for Champaign, Illnois. Mrs. Cayzer, formerly of [unclear] Hamilton street, will be located for a few weeks at 1824 Hinman avenue. Mr. A. F. Dean, [unclear] Church street is in Philadelphia, Pa., attending the [unclear] meeting of insurance companies. Mrs. Frederick C. Pickard entertained informally at cards Monday afternoon at her home, 810 Colfax street. Mrs. E. MacLean [unclear] Judson avenue, has returned from Detroit, Michigan, where she was called by the death of her sister, Mrs. W. W. Vaughan. Miss Anna Newman, 1726 Orrington avenue, who has been teaching in the David B. Dewey school, left Tuesday for Los Angeles, California, where she may remain.

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Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bolito, 2142 Dewey avenue, spent Sunday in Oak Park. Mr. Preston C. Kelsey, 1807 Asbury avenue, has returned from a trip to Philadelphia. Miss Grace Thackwell, 816 Main street, spent the weekend with Miss Dorothy Stanhope of Winnetka. Mr. and Mrs. Irwin Rew, 1128 Ridge avenue, left Sunday evening for a week's trip to Boston and New York. Mrs. Charles H. Harbert, 415 Greenwood boulevard, has as her guest Miss Letitia Sickles of Steamboat Springs, Colorado. Mrs. Arthur H. Jacks, 905 Michigan avenue, left Monday to visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Gibson, in Boston, Mass. Mr. H. N. Kelsey, 1046 Ridge avenue, sailed Saturday from New york for a six weeks' business trip in Germany. Mr. and Mrs. Frank F. Pfahler and family, [unclear] Maple avenue, will move soon into the Beverly, 316 Main street.

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Miss Ruth Bannister, 826 [unclear] Judson avenue, has returned from a visit to Windham, Conn., New York City and Buffalo, N.Y. Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Stevens, 2103 Orrington avenue, have returned from a six weeks' southern trip, stopping in Florida, Richmond, Va., and Washington, D.C. Mrs. John C. Shaffer, 1704 Judson avenue, is expected to return this week from Denver, Colorado, where she has been the guest of her son, Mr. Kent Schaffer. Mrs. William H. Dunham and children, Charles and Margaret, 1419 Judson avenue, returned Monday from Asheville, N.C., where they have spent several weeks. Mrs. J. M. Bond of the Greenwood Inn entertained at bridge Tuesday afternoon in honor of Mrs. Frederick B. Carter, Jr., who expects to leave for Pasadena soon.

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Mrs. Henry F. Helmholz and sons, Lindsay and Henry Frederick, Jr., who have been in Milwaukee for two weeks, came home Saturday. Madame Henri Delebecque and Miss Eugenie Pinal opened their French Kindergarten this afternoon at the home of Madame Delebecque, 1810 Sherman avenue. Mr. Daniel Conley, collector in general for the Public Service Company, was called to Kenosha Friday evening by the death of his uncle, Mr. Patrick McCabe. Mr. McCabe was buried Monday morning. Mr. Conley remained for the funeral. Mrs. C. E. Clifton, 581 Ingleside park, will give a luncheon today at the Woman's club. The guests will be members of the two boards of the Woman's club that have served during her term as president, and the members of the club house committee. Covers will be laid for thirty.

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Mr. and Mrs. William T. Rickards, 1824 [unclear] Forest avenue, have returned from a motor trip to California and other points on the Pacific coast. The Music Study club met Monday afternoon at the home of Miss Marjorie Kimball, 502 Lake street, when a delightful program was given. The subject of the afternoon, "Modern French Composers," was discussed by Mrs. William Ewen. Mrs. Fred Meyers and Mrs. Ralph Hutchins played a piano duet. Miss Helen McCarroll sang a solo with Mrs. Banzet as her accompanist. Mrs. Ray Goddard gave a violin number, her sister, Miss Zella Marshall accompanying her. Mrs George Noyes, with Mrs. Harold Knapp, accompanist, and Miss Louise Moore, accompanied by Miss Humphreys, each sang a group of songs, and Miss Kimball gave a piano solo. A social hour followed the musicale.

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