Mrs. Charles E. Webb, 828 Michigan avenue, is home, from Richmond, Ind.
Dr. Frank A. Smith, 330 Greenwood boulevard, left this week for his new home in Mason City, Ia.
Mrs. T. E. Rice of St. Paul, Minn., was the guest last week of Mrs. G. R. Ballie, 922 Main street.
Mr. and Mrs. F. Aronson will move this week from 2525 Ashland avenue to 2646 McDaniel street.
Mr. Henry W. Leman, 1326 Judson avenue, returned Saturday from a six weeks' trip to California.
Mr. Oscar Strehlow has bought a home at 727 Michigan avenue and has moved here from Chicago.
Mr. and Mrs. Howard M. Carter, 726 Forest avenue, returned Thursday from a short trip to Iowa.
Mr. and Mrs. W. Carleton Wilson, 315 Forest avenue, have returned from French Lick Springs.
Mr. P. L. Whitehead, 712 Michigan avenue, returned the first of this week from Philadelphia, Pa.
Mr. and Mrs. Albee Smith, Jr., 1218 Greenleaf street, moved last week and are at 1334 Hinman avenue.
Mrs. Guy Leonard McKinnie and daughter, Miriam, 1224 Oak avenue, have returned from Citronelle.
Mrs. Ira Le Baron, 1016 Ayars place, will make her home with Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Stevens of Riverside.
Mr. Burnham Lapham, 822 Sherman avenue, left Sunday for a three weeks business trip through Michigan.
Mrs. B. Blakeman Early, Elmwood apartments, is visiting her mother, Mrs. White, in Philadelphia, Pa.
Miss Amelia Annett, 820 Hinman avenue, left Friday on a six weeks' trip to Denver, Colo., and Idaho.
Mr. R. J. Rickey and daughter have moved from 2516 Park place to their own home, 2625 Ashland avenue.
Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Houghton of Edgewater moved into their new home at 719 Forest avenue last week.
Mrs. Ellen C. De Golyer and family moved last week from 11307 Judson avenue to 1732 Orrington avenue.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert S. De Golyer returned last week from Chicago to their home at 1745 Chicago avenue.
Mr. and Mrs. L. Korschbraun have bought the residence of Mr. George M. Leffingwell at 802 Colfax street.
Mrs. R. R. McCabe, 1001 Grove street, is in Baltimore, Md., where she will visit her daughter for a month.
Mr. and Mrs. William Paddock Maclear (nee Louise Sherman) returned Thursday from Virginia Hot Springs.
Rev. A. L. and Mrs. Murray and family expect to leave on May 12 for a three weeks' holiday in Winnipeg, Can.
Mrs. W. O. Thomas, 2241 Sherman avenue, will spend the summer with Dr. and Mrs. W. A. Thomas in Lake Bluff.
Mr. and Mrs. Percival Adair of New York City have been the guests of Mr. Stanley W. Clems, 1945 Maple avenue.
Mr. and Mrs. Stearns of Chicago have rented the home of Dr. W. A. Thomas, 2241 Sherman avenue, for the summer.
Miss Gertrude Carter, 412 Greenwood boulevard, left Friday for a month's visit in Rochester, Pittsburg and Montreal.
Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Wilsey, 1716 Ridge avenue, will be at the Greenwood Inn until their new home on Sheridan road is completed.
Mr. Gerald Butler, 1555 Ridge avenue, has gone to Wisconsin for a few days' trip.
Miss Julia Norton of Plano, Ill., visited her parents, Dr. and Mrs. W. B. Norton, 727 Foster street, last week.
Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Thompson moved last week from their home, 1133 Forest avenue, to 901 Forest avenue.
Mrs. Nelson C. Gridley, 1433 Hinman avenue, returned Friday morning from Clearwater, Fla., where she spent the winter.
Miss Margaret Hull, 1422 Hinman avenue, is spending a month with her cousin, Mrs. Claude Richards, in Russellville, Ky.
Miss Margaret Moore, 1300 Main street, spent the week-end with Mr. and Mrs. Robert Crombie at the Windsor Golf club.
Mrs. john Owen of Pasadena, Cal., will spend several weeks as the guest of Mrs. Nannie L. Johnston at 1411 Chicago avenue.
Mrs. Wallace Cumnock of Mobile, Ala., is spending three months with her mother, Mrs. Ellen Palmer, 1115 Hinman avenue.
Mr. and Mrs. Abram Mendenhall have moved from the Judson apartments to the Court apartments on Sherman avenue.
Mrs. Frank Chapman and the Misses Chapman of Asheville, N. C., are the guests of Mrs. Victoria Erickson, 2118 Orrington avenue.
Miss Adeline Baker, 1325 Judson avenue, left Monday for Manhattan, Kas.
Mr. R. J. Reckeu has moved from 2516 Park place to 2525 Ashland avenue.
Miss Kathryn Thompson, 901 Forest avenue, is home from Sweetbriar college, Va.
Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Holtz, 1513 Asbury avenue, have gone to French Lick Springs, Ind.
Mrs. J. J. Van Every, 813 Sheridan avenue, is entertaining Mrs. Louis Palmer of Seattle, Wash.
Miss Ethel Gale, Lincoln street and Elm avenue, has as her guest Miss Joy Howley of Rockford, Ill.
Mr. Henry W. Leman, 1326 Judson avenue, came home Saturday from a six weeks' trip to California.
Mrs. Daniel Shea, 2112 Asbury avenue, has as her guest her sister, Mrs. Julian Golz, of Columbus, O.
Mrs. Frances P. Horan, 1032 Sheridan road, is entertaining her mother, Mrs. O'Donnell, of Jackson, Mich.
Miss Elizabeth Johnson, 2306 Colfax street, has returned from a short visit with friends in Forest Glen, Ill.
Mr. and Mrs. Abram Mendenhall have changed their residence from the judson to the Court on Sherman avenue.
Mrs. Robert F. Pettibone, 1225 Oak avenue, is expecting her sister, Mrs. Bronson of Winchester, Mass., for a visit.
Mrs. Robert Madison Bohn of Cleveland, O., is the guest of her sister, Myrtle May Knapp, 1518 Sherman avenue.
Mrs. Marquis J. Newell, 2019 Sherman avenue, is convalescing from an operation at the Grand Rapids hospital on Michigan.
Mr. Henry Mitchell of Gary, Ind., was the week-end guest of his sister, Miss Ruth Mitchell. 2203 Central street, this week.
Mrs. Howard C. Rumery, 718 Clark street, left Friday night for Gosport, Ind., called there by the serious illness of her mother.
Mrs. E. Christenson, 1125 Noyes street, left Tuesday for New York City and sailed for Norway. She will be gone six months.
Mr. and Mrs. Ira Couch, who rented the residence of Mr. W. M. Thompson, 1133 Forest avenue, have gone to Glen View for the summer.
Mrs. Victoria Ericson, 2118 Orrington avenue, has as her guests Mrs. Frank Chapman and the Misses Chapman of Asheville, N. C.
Miss Jean McGehian, who has been the guest of Mrs. Margaret Patterson, 529 Lee street, left last week for her home in Orleans, Neb.
Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Wilsey, 1716 Ridge avenue, are at the Greenwood Inn, pending the completion of their home on Sheridan road.
Mr. Gut Pierce, 1810 Chicago avenue, is entertaining his mother, Mrs. C. W. Pierce, and Miss Seola Pierce, of Boston, Mass., this week.
Mr. and Mrs. John Lee Mahln of Chicago, formerly of Evanston, left Friday to join a party in northern Michigan, where they will pass a week or so, fishing and camping.
The North End Dancing clb will give its next dance Saturday evening, May 10, at the Ouilmette Woman's club. The ladies assisting will be Mesdames H. A. Apps. John B. Ackerman, Frank S. Spohr, Harry H. Van Petten and M. C. Ruehl.
Dr. J. F. Loba, who was for fifteen years pastor of the First Congregational church, attended morning services at the church Sunday, and pronounced the benediction. Dr. Loba has come east from California to take charge of the Mormon section of "The World in Chicago" exposition at the Coliseum. A large number of the audience greeted Dr. Loba at the close of the service.
The annual meeting of the University guild will be held Tuesday, may 13, at 12 o'clock at the Northwestern gymnasium. Luncheon will follow at 1 o'clock, at 75 cents per plate. Each member is privileged to bring one guest. Responses must be in by May 8 and members will be charged for reservations whether used or not. Tickets may be purchased at the university office, 518 Davis street, Monday, may 12, from 10 a. m. until 5 p/ m/ An attractive program will follow the luncheon.
The newly elected board of directors of the Drama League of America held their first meeting Saturday morning at the Hotel La Salle. Mrs. A. Starr Best, 1936 Orrington avenue, was appointed chairman of the organization and publicity committee. Delegates from all over the country were present. The next board meeting will be held in Chicago in June. The Drama League of America had its inception in this city, and it is fitting that one of its residents should hold a prominent place in the organization.
Mr. and Mrs. George Kraft, 1314 Maple avenue, spent the week-end at French Lick.
Mr. and Mrs. Roger L. Foote have moved from 519 Grove street, to 1716 Ridge avenue.
Mrs. Belle B. Chapman, 1323 Davis street, left this week to reside in Pasadena, Cal.
Dr. Frank A. Smith, 330 Greenwood boulevard, has gone to Mason City, Ia., his new home.
Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Scare, 2320 Thayer street, has as her guest, Mrs. Perry of Austin, Ill.
Mrs. Ellen C. DeGolyer, formerly of 1307 Judson avenue, is now living at 1732 Orrington avenue.
Miss Halverson, 600 Davis street, has gone to her home in Sheboygan, Mich., for the summer.
Mr. and Mrs. Edmund T. Perkins, 1312 Oak avenue, left Monday for a visit to Nashville, Tenn.
Mr. and Mrs. John D. Cove, 1145 Elmwood avenue, are home from Chattanooga and New Orleans.
Mrs. Warren Simmons of Brooklyn is visiting her sister, Mrs. Frank R. Alexander, 207 Main street.
Mr. and Mrs. James Gascolgne moved Monday to 714 Foster street from 2001 Orrington avenue.
Mr. E. E. Billow, 823 Washington street, left Friday night for Lander, Wyoming, to be gone one month.
Mrs. Myron L. Norris, 2325 Hartzell street, has been called to South Dakota, where her aunt is very ill.
Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Arnd, 1141 Hinman avenue, have taken their summer cottage at the Golf club.
Mrs. Andrew McNally, 1332 Chicago avenue, and children, who have been in New York City, returned Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. William Schildgen and two children, 907 Crain street, have moved to a farm near Hartford, Mich.
Mrs. Otto L. Braunhold, 2715 Harrison street, entertained Friday at luncheon and bridge. There were two tables.
Mrs. Henry Apps, 2315 Harrison street, entertained her Auction Bridge club Tuesday evening. There were two tables.
Mrs. Wallace Cumnock of Mobile, Ala., arrived Friday to visit her mother, Mrs. Ellen Palmer, 1115 Hinman avenue.
Mrs. Nelson C. Gridley, 1433 Hinman avenue, came home Friday morning from Clearwater, Fla., where she has spent the winter.
Mrs. W. G. Sherer, 519 Grove street, who has been visiting her daughter, Mrs. Theodore Redington, at Kendallville, Ind., is at home.
Mrs. Frederick S. Colburn, 1602 Ashland avenue, gave a bridge party Monday at which Miss Stroh of Detroit, Mich., was the guest of honor.
Mr. John F. Stewart and family, who have been spending the winter in Daytona, Fla., returned Monday to their home at 2121 Central street.
Mrs. James Wynn, 1937 Wesley avenue, entertained her card club at luncheon Wednesday. After luncheon auction was played. There were three tables.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert S. DeGolyer, who have been living in Chicago during the winter months, are for the summer in their own home at 1745 Chicago avenue.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Pearson have moved from 2353 Ridge avenue to 629 Noyes street. Saturday evening Mrs. Pearson entertained at cards. There were six tables.
Mrs. Harry Payne and little son, George Payne, 1631 Orrington avenue, who have been the guests of Mrs. Payne's sister, Mrs. Charles Gooding, at Lake Forest, returned home Saturday.
Dr. J. F. Loba, former pastor of the First Congregational church, has come from California to take charge of the Mormon booth at the "World in Chicago" exhibition at the Coliseum.
Mrs. Henry Wittbold, Central street, near Reese avenue, has returned from Chicago, where she was called by the sudden death of her mother. Her sister, Mrs. Roden, returned with her and will make her future home here.
Mr. and Mrs. Frederk G. Simpson, 915 Forest avenue, are in Asheville, N. C., where Mr. Simpson is convalescing from a serious illness. They will return to Evanston as soon as Mr. Simpson is sufficiently recovered to travel.
Mr. A. E. Root of Detroit, Mich., is the guest of Dr. and Mrs. M. A. Root, 2409 Harrison street. He will make an extended trip through the Dakotas and Montana while his daughter, Miss Ida, who accompanied him, will remain here.
Mr. Louis Johnson of Bairdsburg, S. D., spent several days last week the guest of his uncle, Mr. James R. Rudd, 216 Rinn street. Mr. Johnson's sister, Miss Lulu Johnson, who has been the guest of her uncle, Mr. Rudd, and of her aunt, Miss Johnson, 1030 Florence avenue, since December, left for home Tuesday.
Mrs. Margaret Hayes has moved from 820 Church street to 1117 Church street.
Mr. G. A. Webster. 1412 Judson avenue, is on an extended trip through the West.
Mr. Alfred L. Topping, 1213 Michigan avenue, is at Waukesha, Wis., for a ten days' visit.
Mr. A. P. Palm and family moved Friday from 2607 Prairie avenue to 2405 Colfax street.
Mr. F. J. Staehle, 2418 Park place, has returned from a business trip in northern Wisconsin.
Mr. and Mrs. Max Schling, 1734 Ridge avenue, sailed Saturday to spend the summer in Paris.
Mr. Henry Raeder and family have removed from 1635 Hinman avenue to 1115 Grove street.
Miss Miriam Allen, 1022 Grove street, will spend the summer with relatives in Philadelphia, Pa.
Mr. B. D. Anguish, wife and daughter, formerly of 1427 Chicago avenue, are now at the Avenue House.
Mr. and Mrs. Jas. R. Baker, 1245 Forest avenue, have gone to French Lick, Ind., to be gone two weeks.
Miss Alice Byrnes, 1022 Greenleaf street, is entertaining her cousin, Miss Helen Toland of Philadelphia, Pa.
Rev. and Mrs. A. L. Murray and family expect to leave on May 12 for a three weeks' holiday at Winnipeg, Canada.
Mrs. John F. Boyer is at the home of her daughter, Mrs. M. P. Conrad, in Chicago, called there by Mrs. Conrad's illness.
Miss Katherine Morse, 1019 Michigan avenue, is spending a month in Keokuk, Ia., the guest of Mrs. Edward L. Barr.
Miss Grace McElwain of Kenosha, Wis., formerly of Evanston, spent a few days as the guest of Miss Bertha Moore, 2406 Prairie avenue.
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Fabian, 1509 Ridge avenue, will spend May at the Greenwood Inn. June 11 they sail for Europe to remain until October.
Mrs. Guy S. McCabe's play "Thursday," will be given at the Evanston Woman's club tonight for the benefit of the Visiting Nurse association.
Messrs. Wm. N. Buchanan and A. P. Carroll have been elected delegates from St. Matthew's church to the annual convention of the diocese of Chicago.
Mr. and Mrs. Matthew J. MacAdams, 2021 Harrison street, have moved to the house formerly occupied by Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Paul, at 2227 Harrison street.
Mrs. John A. Robb of Philadelphia, Pa., is the guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Colby Davies, 1723 Asbury avenue. She will remain in Evanston for several weeks.
Miss Mae Leslie will be hostess at a luncheon today at her home, 205 Main street, in honor of Mrs. Allen B. Drury, who will leave May 1 to make her home in Oregon.
The date for the marriage of Miss Leone Giddings, 1639 Hinman avenue, daughter of the late Charles H. Giddings, and Frank Barrett, son of Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Barrett of Wilmette, has been set for June 18. It will be held in St. Luke's chapel.
J. G. Dickerson, 823 Foster street, has recently purchased a home at 1015 Ayers place and moved there this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Chester B. Masslich of Bronxville, N. Y., former Evanston residents, have moved to White Plains, N. Y.
Miss Ancinette Gardner, 1218 Sheridan road, is entertaining Miss Hazel Marshall of New York and Miss Schroeder of Brooklyn.
Mr. and Mrs. Lindgren, Colfax street and Pioneer road, are planning a three months' trip to Europe. They will leave early this month.
Mrs. C. C. nash of Chicago is the guest of her daughter, Mrs. D. T. layman, Jr., Lincoln street and Elmwood avenue, for an indefinite period.
Mr. and Mrs. Arba B. Marvin, 1213 Michigan avenue, left Friday for a month's visit at the home of Mrs. Marvin's sister in Washington, D. C.
Mr. and Mrs. N. K. Bigelow, 1618 Ashland avenue, announce the engagement of their daughter, Katharine, to William Swift Lord, of this city.
Mrs. James Comstock, who has been spending the last year in Los Angeles, Cal., has returned and is the guest of Mrs. Chester Comstock, 2410 Hartzell street.
Rev. Hedlay Balderston, pastor of the Methodist church at New Westminster, B. C., is the guest of Dr. and Mrs. S. Victor Balderston, 614 Clark street.
Mr. and Mrs. Bunten and family of Boston, Mass., will occupy the house at 2115 Harrison street, formerly occupied by Mrs. George Balluff and family.
During the absence of his family who are in Switzerland, where they will remain until October, Hon. Geo. Edmund Foss will reside at the University club, 1704 Hinman avenue.