What People Are Doing In Evanston
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Lake Shore News (Wilmette, Illinois), 27 Mar 1913, p. 10


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27 Mar 1913
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  • Illinois, United States
    Latitude: 42.07225 Longitude: -87.72284
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J. Hawkinson and family, 1431 Sherman avenue, have mved to Freemont, Mich. Mr. Paul Harper [damaged] Lake street, a Yale student, will return to his home for Easter. Mr. and Mrs. George E. Spry, 1323 Hinman avenue, are home from a trip to Florida. Mr. Charles H. Rose, 2410 Park place, spent Easter with his mother in Cleveland., O. Miss Florence Ware, 1021 Judson avenue is at home from Smith college for Easter vacation. Miss Matilda Hoffman of Milwaukee, Wis., is the guest of the Miss Marjory Layton, 1709 Ridge avenue. Mr. Frnk Staehle, 2415 Park place, is spending a few weeks at home, after an extended trip to Wyoming. Miss Lucile Leonhardt, 1576 Maple avenue, has returned home, having spent the winter in California. Mr. C. C. Chandler and family, 1320 Elmwood avenue, are home from Florida, where they sepnt the winter. Mrs. Arthur F. Towne, 1500 Asbury avenue, left Thursday morning for a short visit to her old home in Kenosha, Wis. Mr. C. Fred Yegge and family , 1550 Oak avenue, are spending two weeks in Galveston, New Orleans and other Gulf Points. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Ewen, who are residing in the Hinman avenue cottage of the Greenwood Inn, are spending a few days in Lake Forest. Miss Eleanor Hardin, 911 Hinman avenue returned Friday from Albion College, Michigan. Miss Lillian Elliott of Grand Rapids accompanied her. Mr. Robert Smith of Davenport, Ia., left Thursday after spending a short time with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Milton M. Smith, 2106 Central street. Dr. and Mrs. Frank Orman Beck, 2641 Prairie avenue, have returned from Indianapolis, Ind., where they were called on account of the sudden death of Dr. Beck's father. Mr. Archibald Van Deusen, 1613 Wesley avenue, who is attending the University of Illinois, is home from Champaign for his Easter vacation. Mr. Wilson Kelty Fisher , son of Rev. and Mrs. Albert Fisher, 2203 Maple avenue, who is attending the Evanston Township high school, is spending his Easter vacaton at Cherylynn, Mich. Masters Robert Malcolm and Kenneth, sons of Mr. and Mrs. Robert McLeod, 1427 Wesley avenue, who have been attending Bishop's College school at Lenoxville, Canada, are home for Easter vacation. The Junior league of Hemenway M. E. church gave a delightful party Friday afternoon in the league room. Many Easter games and contests took place, followed by a short program and refreshments. Mr. and Mrs. C. Darby and daughter, Louise, of Highland Park, Ill., who spent the winter at Needles, Cal., are returning east and while awaiting possession of their home, have taken rooms and 1501 Maple avenue. Mrs. L. D. Bruch, 2014 Lincoln street, has leased her home to Mr. and Mrs. Demnstaedt, of Rogers Park. Mrs. Demnstaedt's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Reed, will reside wit them. Mrs. Bruch intends to go to the North Side, Chicago. Mr. George Richardson entertained the "Owl" club, of which he is a member, Thursday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock. A luncheon was served by his grandmother, Mrs. Mr. H. Barton, in the Holland tea room, 324 Dempster street. Mr. Harold Chambers from Illinois university and Miss lucy Chambers from De Kalb State Normal, are spending Easter vacation at their parents' home, 1319 Main street. Miss Mary Butler from De Kalb State Normal came with Miss Chambers. Miss Grace E. Angle, cashier for the Public Service company of Northern Illinois for five years, has resigned her position and leaves April 1, for Jacksonville, Texas, where she will visit indefinitely with brother, Mr. Burt Angle, formerlyl of Evanston. Mrs. Warren S. Williams, 823 Hinman avenue, entertained at a birthday party in honor of her little 8-year-old daughter, Louise, Thursday. Twenty-two children enjoyed the many Easter contests, egg hunts and games that filled up the afternoon. The decorations were of yellow and white, in keeping wit Easter. Mr. Frank F. Davis and family, who have been guests at the home of Mr. Edward P. Prickett, 1801 Asbury avenue, have returned to their home in Rockford, Ill. Their daughter, Miss Mignon Davis, who is attending Northwestern and was operated on two weeks ago at the Evanston hospital for appendicitis, accompanied her parents home. Miss Catherine Lena Murphy of this city is visiting friends at West Baden, Indiana. Miss Esther Sabin, 1914 Orrington avenue, is entertaining her aunt from Lincoln, Neb. Miss Nell Graves of Berlin, Wis., is the guest of Mrs. Frank R. Seelye, 724 Judson avenue. Mrs. John Trust Sickel, 1191 Lake street, has as her guest Miss Harris of Shorthills, N. J. Mrs. George S. Lord, 1416 Elinor place, has returned from California, where she spent four months. Mr. Cass Turner of New York City spent the week-end with Mrs. Charles A. Rose and family, 2410 Park place. The Evanston Children's home on Ridge avenue is in great need of coats for children from 3 to 8 years. Miss Kathryn Knight, 1326 Asbury avenue, arrived Thursday from Smith college to spend her Easter vacation. Miss Ethel Burnham of Adrian, Mich., is the guest of her sister, Mrs. Frank E. Payne, 1810 Sherman avenue. Prof. George Coe of Columbia university is the guest of Dr. and Mrs. Ernest L. McEwen, 1706 Chicago avenue. Mrs. Paul Owsley, 1829 Sheridan road, was hostess Monday to a luncheon in honor of Miss Josephine Webster. Mrs. Mary Mace Frederick, 1305 Judson avenue, went to Olivet, Ind., this morning for a few days on business. Mr. Charles H. Rose, 2410 Park place, left Friday night to spend Easter with his mother in Cleveland, Ohio. Miss Mary Belle Robinson, 1225 Ridge avenue, will return this week from Western school in Middlesburg, Conn. Miss Ruth Kimball, 1563 Ridge avenue, returned Friday to spend the Easter vacation from Miss Bennett's school. Mr. John W. Thomas, 2509 Pioneer road, assistant cashier of the Central Trust company is on an extended business trip east. Miss Georgiana Owsley, a junior in Smith college, is spending her Easter vacation with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Dean, 1106 Church street. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Buck and daughter, Peggy, 1106 Green street, left last week for Detroit, Mich., where their future home is to be located. Misses Cherrill McNeil and Janet Hall have returned from Maltland, Fla., where they have been spending the winter with Miss Hall's parents. Mrs. A. E. Bosch, 1108 Asbury avenue, and her aunt, Mrs. Louisa Sabbath of Chicago, have returned from a trip to Mobile, Ala., and other southern points. Miss. Eleanor Hardie, 911 Hinman avenue, returned Friday from Albion college, Michigan, and has as her guest Miss Lillian Elliott of Grand Rapids, Mich. Mrs. Paul Tietgens, 1501 Maple avenue, is expecting her mother, Mrs. Hammond, and her sister, Miss Margaret Hammond, to be her guests about the middle of April. Mr. and Mrs. Luman R. Wing, 428 Greenwood boulevard, have returned from an extended trip in the South. Their youngest son, Walter, who is attending school in Asheville, N. C. returned with them.

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What People Are Doing In Evanston