Prof. H. C. Longwell and family, [damaged] Sherman avenue, have gone east for the summer. Mr. James S. Rood, 410 Davis St., returned Saturday from the University of Wisconsin. Mr. and Mrs. Philip Frost, 1632 Hinman avenue, have gone to their summer home in Lake Morey, Vt. Mrs. J. J. Collins, the Ridgewood has as her guest Miss Grace E. Josselyn, for six years an educator and evangelist in Porto Rico. Miss M. A. Phelps of Princeton, Ill, is the guest of Miss Helen Paddock. She was here during commencement and will remain two weeks. Mrs. Frank A. Wheelhan and daughter, 1207 Michigan avenue, have gone to Madison for the commencement of the University of Wisconsin. Miss Louise Nichols and Miss Catherine Wilson left Sunday for New York. On June 17 they sailed on the steamship "Pennsylvania" for Hamburg. Mr. E. M. Dodson, 911 Michigan avenue, who has been on the Pacific coast for two months, visited in Portland and is now in Los Angeles. He is expeced home next week. Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Street of Chicago announce the marriage of their daughter, Jean Rollo, to Mr. Pierre Lionel Dornet, of this city, Thursday evening, June 12. Mr. and Mrs. G. G. Wilcox, 1783 Hinman avenue, and Mrs. F. W. Harnwell 615 University place, who have been visiting in California for three weeks are expected home soon. Announcements have been received of the marrige of Miss Josephine Ramsey, Chicago, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Ramsey, to Robert Foster, son of Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Foster, 1220 Hinman avenue, which took place Wednesday at Dana hall, Wellesley, Mass. Rev. E. M. Andrews, who has been making his home with Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Andrews, [damaged] Forest avenue since the death of his wife, left Friday for a short trip in Michigan, He expects to go later to Asheville, N. C., to visit his daughter, Mrs. Robert Gibbs, who has a beautiful home in the mountains. Miss Gladys Arlington, 305 Michigan avenue, was hostess Friday afternoon at a card party in honor of her two guests, Miss Helen Hadley and Miss Mary McClymonds of Pittsburgh. There were five tables. Miss Elizabeth [damaged] of Chicago entertained at luncheon for them Saturday at the South Shore Country club. They returned home on Monday. Mr. and Mrs. John Lee Mahin and children, formerly of Evanston, now of Chicago, are on their way to their farm, "Ridgeview," at Huber, Ky. They will tour the surrounding country by automobile, visiting Mammoth Cave and other points of interest, and will entertain a number of house parties during the month. They will celebrate the Fourth at "Ridgeview" and will return to Chicago early in July. The board of directors, trustees and superintendent of the Evanston Hospital association gave a tea Friday afternoon at Patten hall for the nurses graduated this year. The attractive living room, with its sun parlor, the library and the lecture room were thrown open to the guests, and the remainder of the hall was open for inspection. Many prominent Evanstonians were present, including Mrs. Jas. A. Patten, Mrs. Lawrence R. Wilder, who poured, Mrs. C. J. Swan, Mrs. Wm. C. Danforth and others. Announcement has been received of the marriage of Miss Almeda Fulerton of Ottawa, and John Charles Burg; of this city, which took place Thursday evening at 8 o'clock at the home of the bride's mother. Rev. John Herbert Edwards of Lake Forest, uncle of the bride, read the service. The bride's sister, Miss Anne Fulerton, was maid of honor, and the Misses Gladys Moore of Morris, Anna Glover and Hazel Hackshaw of Ottawa were the bridesmaids. The bride wore a gown of ivory satin. Miss Hedwig Brenneman sang the wedding march from Lohengrin. Mr. and Mrs. Burg will reside at 2020 Orrington avenue. The young people are graduates of Northwestern university, Mrs. Burg of the class of 1911 and Mr. Burg of the class of 1909. Mrs. Burg is a member of the Alpha Phi sorority and Mr. Burg is a member of the Beta Theta Pi fraternity. Among those from Evanston who attended the wedding are President A. W. Harris, Messrs. H. C. Lutkin, W. C. Spry and Misses Louise Tobart, Hazel Jewitt, Margaret McMullen, Maria Scudder, Hedwig Brenneman, Melissa Foster, Claudine Wilkinson, Esther Watt, Mr. and Mrs. Waldo Hawxhurst and Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Springer. [damaged] Miss Margaret [damaged] for a summer trip through Europe. Mrs. Frank Ewald, 750 Hinman avenue, has as her guest Mis Adele Loehr of Carlinville, Ill. Miss Stella Stevenson of Noyes street school will spend the summer in Nashville with her mother. Mrs. Carlton Randolph and her daughter, Shirley, 406 Lake street are away on a three weeks' outing. Mrs. Ellen I. Scott, 1726 Orrington avenue, left yesteray for a short visit with her daughter in Vermont. Mr. Fred Hobart and Mr. F. H. Haviland, Northwestern university students, are spending a few days in Aurora. Mrs. Harry T. Allen and little son, Harry, 322 Main street, left Saturday to visit Mrs. Allen's parents at Huntington, Ind. Miss Anderson and Miss Elsie [damaged] of Hinman avenue school leave for Europe this summer. They will sail from Montreal. Miss Mirian Hillman of Dickinson college, Carlysle, Pa., will arrive this week to visit her sister, Mrs. Clarence L. Barker, 1011 Grove street. Mr. Harold Jolly and Mr. Richard Noel of St. Louis, who have been visiting Mrs. A. F. Dean, 1106 Church street, returned Saturday to St. Louis. Prof. R. H. Gault has returned from Minneapolis, where he read a paper before the annual conference of "The Physician in the Service of Criminology". Miss Zelda [damaged], student of Northwestern university, has gone to her home in Villa Grove, Ill., for a week's visit before leaving for the east, where she will attend the convention of Kappa Alpha Theta sorority. Mrs. C. M. Wood and two children, formerly of Evanston but now living in Michigan, were luncheon guests of Mrs. Frank Chalberg, 2324 Thayer street. Mrs. E. A. Skaer and Mrs. [damaged] entertained with vocal and instrumental music. Dr. and Mrs. Wm. G. Alexander, 2040 Orrington avenue, have gove to Minneapolis to attend the meeting of the American Medical Association. At the close of the convention they plan to go, via boat, to Dubuque, Ia., and will return about June 30. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Chapman and daughter, Miss Helen Chapman, 1235 Oak avenue, left Monday for Ithaca, N. Y., to attend the commencement exercises at Cornell university, where their son, Harold, graduates from the mechanical engineering department. Saturday evening, after the suffrage demonstration, Miss Florence Wolaver gave an informal reception in the Fine Arts building to Miss Celia Campbell, superintendent of music in the Evanston schools, who is the president of the Evanston Political Equality league. Among the Northwestern university students who have returned to their homes are Harold and Glen Whitall, Waterloo, Ia; Nathan Sharpe, Waterloo; Harold Bryant, Clinton, Ia; Elmer MacDonald, Odell, Ill; Elwood Sawyer, Marysville, O.; Frederick Marshall, Harvard,Ill. Mrs. George L. McKay and sons Ernest and Lewis, 909 Forest avenue, will spend the summer abrod. They left Monday for the east, where they will visit until June 26, at which time they will sail for Europe. Before returning in the fall they will visit England, Scotland, Ireland and France. Mr. and Mrs. Charles H. Hanson (Miss Lucretia Kays) of Washington, D. C. stopped here Sunday at the home of Mr. Hanson's brother, Mr. John Hanson, 2622 Isabella strret. They are on their way to Salt Lake City, where Mr. Hanson is a delegate to a convention of railroad officials. A dozen of the friends of W. W. Hiller of Evanston, supervicor of collections in the vice-president's office of the Chicago Telephone company, surprised him with a luncheon on his thirtieth birthday a few days ago. M. J. Carney, on behalf of Mr. Hiller's friends, presented him with a miniature sail boat named "September Moon." Mr. Hiller and Mr. Whit Schultz, also of this city, have lately become interested in yachting and have shipped before the mast on the yacht "Dawn," the owner whereof. Mr. Alfred B. Andrews, a Scotsman, needing a man, posted a notice in front of the Evanston Yacht club. This came under the observation of Hiller and Schultz on a Sunday morning stroll and they forthwith applied and were both accepted, in lieu of the one regular man required, at wages of $0 per month. Up to this time no cruises have been made, but the "crew" has placed the yacht in shipshape order by the use of "Dutch" cleanser and paint. Mr. A. B. Andrews, 847 Forest avenue, owner of the yacht "Dawn" had as his skipper last year Francis Buzzell, also of Evanston. Miss Louise Ross of the Avenue House has returned from [damaged], Ill. The Young Ladies' Gymnastic class will give a truckride Monday evening. Mr. Cyrus Williams, 2607 Park place, will return this week from Cornell univerisity. Miss Grepe of Redlands, Cal, is the guest of Mrs. F. M. Wigmore, 1206 Hinman avenue. Mr. Edward Austin, 2526 Hartzell street, has returned from St. John's Military academy at Delafield, Wis. Mrs. Herman A. Poppenhusen, 653 Michigan avenue, is entertaining her niece, Miss J. Dittrich of Philadelphia. Miss Marion Cosgrove of Minnesota is the guest of her sister, Mrs. C. A. Gale, 2119 Lincoln street, for a short time. Mr. Henry Mitchell of Gary Ind., spent the week-end with his sister, Miss Ruth Mitchell, 2203 Central street. Mr. James Grantham, 2415 Hartzell street, is spending ten days at Lake Geneva, Wis., with the Y. M. C. A. camp. Mr. Elvyn MacRae 2525 Park place, and Mr. Harold Bennett, 2512 Hartzell street, have returned from St. John's Military academy. Mrs. William A. Locy and Franceis Locy, 1745 Orrington avenue, have gone to their summer home in Leland, Mich. They will not return until fall. On Friday evening, June 27, a lawn party will be given at the home of Miss Matilda Wittbold, Central street near Reese avenue by the Epworth league of Covenant M. E. church. Miss Kathryn Rose, 2410 Park place, is spending two weeks camping with her sorority in South Haven, Mich. Miss Rose is a graduate this year of the Chicago Kindergarten institute. Miss Nettie Berryman, first grade teacher in Foster street school, will attend Teachers' College, Columbia university, this summer, and take special work for the first primary grade. A new drinking fountain has been placed in the vestibule of Covenant M. E. church. Ths was the gift of Mr. George S. Moore and its appropriateness has been readily realized by the congregation. Mrs. Belle M. Woods, 1239 Chicago avenue, announces the marriage of her son, Clare Woods, to Miss Anna Belot of this city, which took place May 31 in Waterloo, Ia. Mr. and Mrs. Woods are making their home in Waterloo. Eugene Whiteside, 1577 Wesley avenue, left Friday evening for Michigan to begin his summer work. He is field superintendent of Lincoln Chautauqua, and will go from state to state during th summer conducting the course. Miss Mildred A. Sohm daughter of Julius A. Sohm of Memphis, Tenn., and William Adelbert Ling, teller at the Evanston State bank, was married at the Bellevue Baptist church of Memphis Tuesday. After July 15 Mr. and Mrs. Ling will be at home in the Ridgewood, 1707 Ridge avenue. The marriage of Miss Edna May Racey, daughter of Mrs. Harry James Racey of Long Beach, Cal., to William Taylor Spry, son of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. E. Spry, 1328 Hinman avenue, took place Saturday at the residence of the bride's sister, Mrs. James Arlin Rice of Chicago. Only the immediate families attended the service. Mr. and Mrs. Spry, after an extended trip east, will reside in Evanston. A pretty wedding took place Saturday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. William Dayton Hard, Van Wert, O. In the bridal party were John Cromer, brother of the bridegroom, best man, and Warren Moore of Evanston and Rownald Hard. After a bridal trip to Denver, Col., Mr. and Mrs. Cromer will be at home at 1101 Grove street. Miss Faith Williams and Miss Sara Louise Buffington have returned from Wellesley; Miss Florence Ware from Smith college; Miss Eleanor Van Vlissingen from Milwaukee Downer seminary. Miss Eleanor Houston Hill from Bryn Mawr; Miss Evelyn Hauser from La Salle seminary, Auburndale, Mass.; Miss Mary Belle Robinson from Westover school, Connecticut; David [damaged] Thompson, Archibald Van Deusen, Harold Chambers, Raymond Corke and Roy Groves from the University of Illinois; Kendall Bragg from the University of Wisconsin; Stanley B. Adams from Culver Military academy; Wood Turner and William Kasper from Cornell university; Richard Hall, Jr., John Glenn, Jr., and Lumis Hypes from Princeton; Edward and Ralph Hines from St. Mary's college at Emmetsburg, Pa.; Miss Eugenia Buffington, Sweetbriar, Va.; Harold Day, Cushing academy, Ashburnham, Mass. [damaged] are guests of Dr. and Mrs. J. Emmett Gable, 1439 Orrington avenue. Miss Theodora Grantham has returned from Madison, Wis., where she has been engaged in kindergarten work for the past school year and will spend the summer with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Grantham 2415 Hartzell street. Mr. and Mrs. C. Sumner McDonnell (Miss Hazel Meyerick) of this city, who have been stopping at the Waldorf-Astoria, New York, for several days, sailed from Montreal on the steamship "Laurentic" last week for a two months' trip. On Saturday afternoon the Deltas entertained thirty children from the Bethesda Mission church, the daughter church of the local Congregational church. After a lunch which incapacitated the children for playing, an automobile ride was enjoyed. At the annual election of officers of the Chicago Alumnae club of Pi Beta Phi held at the Blackstone hotel, the following were elected: President, Mrs. Walter Spry; vice-president, Miss Mae Doland; recording-secretary, Miss Lendrum; corresponding secretary, Mrs. O. M. Schantz; treasurer, Miss Grace Walker. Mr. Percy Andrews of Wilmette entertained with a yachting part Sunday for Miss Leone Giddings, who was married yesterday to Mr. Marshall Frank Barrett of Wilmette, Tuesday evening. Mr. Charles C. Giddings, brother of the bride-to-be, gave the bridal dinner to the immediate families and bridal party. The annual convention of the Sigma Alpha Iota sorority, which was held here last week, closed its sessions Saturday with a luncheon at 1 o'clock at Marshall Field's and a matinee in the afternoon. The Misses Jeanette Stinson, Bert Erickson, Frances Stultz, Ethel Boardman, Bernice Chermerhorn, Josephine Jones and Anna Hebblethwaite comprised the entertainment committee. Miss Lillian Wheeler, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Wheeler, 834 Madison street, was married June 11 at 5:30 o'clock, at her parents' home to Mr. Frank J. Dunn of Providence, R. I. Her only attendant was her sister, Miss Ruth Wheeler. Mr. Robert Wheeler, brother of the bride, served as best man. After an extended trip through the east, Mr. and Mrs. Dunn will be at home in Chicago September, 1. Mrs. Charles [damaged] McGowen of Modesto, Cal., have been the guests of Dr. and Mrs. J. Emmett Gabls, 1639 Orrington avenue and Miss Mindwell McCowan 1731 Orrington avenue. Miss Loretta Hardig, a graduate of Visitation academy, entertained her graduating class at a dinner and a box party after the graduation exercises. The class was entertained at a luncheon on Saturday June 14, by Miss Gertrude Shaw. The marriage of Miss Louise Mann Frost, daughter of Col. and Mrs. A. B. Frost, 810 Davis street, to Peter Olson, of Vermillion, S. D., was solemnized June 11 at the home of the bride's parents, the Rev. George Craig Stewart officiating. To the sweet strains of harp, violin and mandolin music, the bride, on the arm of her father, marched to the chancel erected of palms and ferns. She wore a white charmeuse gown, trimmed in rose oint, and cut with full court train. Her tulle veil was caught with orange blossoms and she carried a shower bouquet of lilies of the valley and white sweet peas. The maid of honor, Miss Myrtle Frost, sister of the bride, wore a gown of pink charmeuse, with lace trimmings and carried pink roses. The two bridesmaids, Miss Ethel Frost, another sister, and Miss Helen Paddock, were dressed alike in green charmeuse, with lace trimmings, and carried pink sweet peas. The little flower girl, Mildred Mann, cousin of the bride, with a basket of rosebuds and leaves on her arm, wore a frock of white lingerie over pink silk. The best man was Burdette Elmon. The color scheme throughout was pink and green. The radiators and mantels were banked with palms and flowers. The bridal table, at which covers for fourteen were laid, was beautifully decorated with white roses, while the surrounding tables, at each of which were seated four guests, held pink roses. Twenty-nine years ago the bride's mother and father were united in marriage in this same spot, and Mrs. Paddock, mother of the bridesmaid, attended Mrs. Frost as her bridesmaid. Miss Frost attended college at Wells for two years, and this year entered Northwestern university. This was her senior year and she would have graduated, but, because of her engagement and early marriage, dropped out early in the term. Mr. and Mrs. Olson wil make their home in Vermillion, S. D.