What People are Doing in Evanston
Publication:
Lake Shore News (Wilmette, Illinois), 1 May 1913, p. 9


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Brief notices of social activities in Evanston, Illinois.
Date of Publication:
1 May 1913
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English
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  • Illinois, United States
    Latitude: 42.04114 Longitude: -87.69006
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Miss Theresa Lee, 1923 Asbury avenue is ill.

Mrs. Julia Cook, 1631 Darrow avenue, is convalescent in the Evanston hospital.

Mrs. Kathryn H. Cook will move today to 1460 Maple avenue from 1405 Elmwood avenue.

A daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. Eugene H. Garnett, 409 Greenwood boulevard, April 23.

Mr. W. J. Schatz and family will leave 1460 Maple avenue today to reside at 1565 Maple avenue.

Mrs. W. J. Hamilton, 1707 Ridge avenue, is visiting members of her family in Petersburg and Jerseyville, Illinois.

Mr. Earl Coate and Fred Carlson are overhauling their boat, the "Loon," preparatory to entering the Lipton cup races this summer.

Mr. Horace Read, 1325 Greenleaf street, has returned from an extended trip to England, where he visited the various points of interest.

Messrs. Louis and Joseph Deeg of Louisville, Kentucky, who have been visiting their cousin, Mrs. Joseph Beinlich, 1829 Grant street, have returned home.

Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Blacker have returned to Evanston from their wedding journey to Honolulu and will be at home to their friends at 1103 Oak avenue.

Misses Hazel and Gladys Kenley, 511 Main street, will leave soon for their home in Little Rock, Arkansas. The kenley family were former residents of Evanston.

Tuesday evening a number of her friends celebrated the birthday of Miss Carrie Hansen at the home of her cousin, Mrs. Thor H. Erickson, 1121 Ayars place.

Mr. Albert L. Jones and family, 744 Hinman avenue, are now occupying the former home of L.L. Smith, 740 Hinman avenue, recently purchased by Mr. Jones.

Mr. and Mrs. Simon S. Davis, 1008 Judson avenue, went to Mudlavia, Indiana, Friday morning. Mr. Davis will remain for a week; Mrs. Davis will probably stay longer.

Mr. and Mrs. William Lang of Chicago, announce the birth of twins, a boy and a girl, Saturday morning. Mr. Lang is in the employ of the North Shore Hardware company here.

Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Henderson, 1333 North Shore avenue, Rogers Park, announce the birth of a son April 23. The little fellow is a grandson of Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Henderson, 919 Asbury avenue.

Mrs. Charles Frederic Blue, Jr., 425 Greenwood boulevard, was hostess at a dinner Friday evening before the Bachelors' and Benedicts dance. Covers were laid for fourteen. Monday afternoon Mrs. Blue entertained at a bridge party.

The senior promenade of Northwestern University will be given tomorrow evening at the Evanston Woman's Club. The patrons and patronesses will be President A. W. Harris, Miss Irene Blanchard, Dean and Mrs. T. F. Holgate, Director and Mrs. J. F. Hayford, Mr. and Mrs. James A. Patten, Prof. and Mrs. U.S. Grant, Prof. and Mrs. P. Fox, Dr. and Mrs. Snyder, and Mr. and Mrs. D. J. West.

Mrs. A. F. Bull, 922 Elmwood avenue, left Friday for Mudlavia, Indiana.

Mr. Paul Tietgens, 1622 Forest place, has gone to Florida for a short trip.

Miss Helen Randlev, 1011 Maple avenue, was a luncheon hostess Saturday.

Mr. and Mrs. George E. Baliuff, 2115 Harrison street, have moved to Winnetka, Illinois.

Mr. H.H. Kerr, 1215 Greenleaf street, has been in New York on a business trip.

Mrs. Alfred L. Topping, 1213 Michigan avenue, is spending a few days at Waukesha, Wisconsin.

Miss Etta Lanz of Carlock, Illinois, was the weekend guest of Miss Jean Richardson, 1217 Lee street.

Mr. and Mrs. Chester M. Ackley will move today from 1734 Orrington avenue to 1001 Grove street.

Miss Mildred Chick of Portsmouth, Ohio, is the guest of Miss Ruth Clarke, 831 Hinman avenue.

Miss Pearl Ropp of Champaign, Illinois, was the weekend guest of Miss Edith Meers, 2301 Sherman avenue.

Miss Alice Byrnes, 1022 Greenleaf street, has had as her guest Miss Helen Toland of Philadelphia, Pa.

Mr. and Mrs. P. R. Shoemaker and little daughter, Margaret, 2400 Hartzell street, are visiting in Sandusky, Ohio.

Mrs. W. H. Maclear, 742 Michigan avenue, is spending a short time with her daughter, Mrs. Leeds Nelson, in Montreal.

Mr. and Mrs. William Turner have moved from 1215 Elmwood avenue to 806 Michigan avenue which they have purchased.

Mr. and Mrs. Harry T. Nightingale have moved from 1244 Elmwood avenue into the new "Court" apartments third floor.

Mr. and Mrs. Percival H. Truman, 2602 Harrison street, entertained at cards Monday evening. There were three tables.

Mr. William V. Brothers, 320 Main street, returned Thursday from a two weeks business trip to Albuquerque, New Mexico.

Mrs. Spencer Geer of the Elmwood apartments is entertaining her mother, who arrived yesterday from Baltimore, Md.

Mrs. Adolf Jahn, 2344 Orrington avenue, entertained a party of Northwestern university students Friday evening at her home.

A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. William J. Sack of Ravenswood, April 24. Mrs. Sack will be remembered as Miss Ethel Davis of this city.

Mr. and Mrs. Henry W. Leman, 1326 Judson avenue, had as their weekend guests, Mrs. Roe and her son, Russell, of Chicago.

Miss Kathleen Rowe, 2311 Sherman avenue, entertained the girls of the ancient history classes of the High school at her home Friday afternoon.

The employes of the Public Service Company, District C, will give an informal dancing party at the Wilmette Country Club Friday evening, May 9, 1913. The following committee is in charge: S. H. Weinberger, F. A. Kobler, R. G. Stephens, A. W. Klein, H. P. Lawson.

Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Cother, 427 Sherman avenue, have moved to 2306 Hartzell street.

Mrs. Edgar C. Rowe and Children, 1414 Davis street, are visiting in Lafayette, Indiana.

Mrs. James Melville, Jr., moved April 30 form 913 Forest avenue to 909 Forest avenue.

Mr. James Donaldson and family, Davis street, will move May 15 to the Glen View Golf Club.

Mr. F. W. Fox and family will move from 183 Ashland avenue to 1305 Judson avenue, today.

Mr. Frank M. Fargo and family moved Saturday from 723 Judson avenue to 806 Forest avenue.

Mr. and Mrs. Irwin Rew, 1128 Ridge avenue, have returned from a short trip to Boston and New York.

Mrs. Walter S. Vose, 638 Judson avenue, returned Tuesday from a short visit in Springfield, Illinois.

Arthur Marshall Morgan, Jr., left Evanston Thursday to spend the summer on a farm near Rockford, Illinois.

Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Vose, Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Overbaugh and Mrs. A. F. Bull left Friday for two weeks at Mudlavia, Indiana.

Mrs. C. F. Clark of Wilmette entertained at bridge Friday afternoon in honor of Mrs. Walter P. Lewis, 316 Main street.

Mr. Norman J. Ross and Mr. Edward L. Johnson of the Avenue House attended the consistory at Medinah temple last week.

Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Mitchell, 1031 Judson avenue, have taken the house at 1032 Michigan avenue and will move there today.

Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Gardner, 811 Washington street, left Tuesday for Otia, Michigan, where they have purchased a fruit farm.

Miss Rosamond Best, who has been a guest at the home of Dr. M. C. Bragdon for eight weeks, has returned to her home in Boston, Mass.

Mrs. Jessie Dunlap of Freeport, Illinois, is on an extended visit to her sister and brother-in-law, MR. and Mrs. Clarence Witte, 1629 ORrington avenue.

Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Morre, 1300 Main street, returned Friday from Caldwell, Idaho, where they have been the guests of Mr. Morris' father.

Mrs. Charles F. Blue, 427 Greenwood boulevard, entertained at auction bridge Monday afternoon in honor of her sisters, the Misses Stroh of Detroit, Michigan.

Mrs. E. Warner Coburn, Forest avenue and Lincoln place, entertained at bridge Thursday afternoon in honor of Miss Lucille Churchill of Erie, Pa. There were five tables.

The Beta Pi chapter of the Delta Tau Delta, 2207 Sherman avenue, gave its last dance of the school year Saturday evening at the Evanston Woman's Club. It was informal.

Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Henderson, 913 Forest avenue, have given up their home and are at Greenwood Inn. Their two sons are at the Sigma Chi house, 2422 Orrington avenue.

Mr. Albert H. Ulrich, 629 Davis street, and daughter, Miss Dorothy, have arrived safely in Italy. They have visited all the more important towns, and are now in Venice.

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What People are Doing in Evanston


Brief notices of social activities in Evanston, Illinois.