What People Are Doing In Evanston
Lake Shore News (Wilmette, Illinois), 3 Jul 1913, p. 5

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3 Jul 1913
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    Latitude: 42.04114 Longitude: -87.69006
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Mrs. E. G. Henderson, 583 Ingleside place, returned from Wisconsin Friday. Miss Isabel Dale 2327 Central street, returned Friday evening from Battle Creek, Mich. Miss Jane Rose, 2410 Park place has gone to spend the summer in Cleveland, O. Mr. and Mrs. E. Hellstrom, 2415 Pioneer road, have returned from South Haven, Mich. Mr. and Mrs. Albert E. Simmons, [damaged] Wesley avenue, are motoring through Michigan. Miss Helen McLeod, 930 Michigan avenue, left Saturday to spend the summer in Maine. Miss Payne of Cleveland, O., is the guest of her sister, Mrs. John Stewart [damaged] Central street. Mrs. Arthur Knox and little daughter, 2400 Hartzell streetm are visiting in Canon City, Colo. Mr. C. E. Keaton, 1810 Lake street, has gone to Pomeroy, Iowa, to be gone at least two months. Dr. and Mrs. F. A. Noble, 1414 Forest avenue, have gone to Bensonia, Mich., for the summer. Mrs. C. L. Rising, 847 Judson avenue, will leave on Tuesday of next week for Holland, Mich. Mrs. C. V. Jewell, 1209 Michigan avenue has as her guest Mrs. Frank [damaged] of [damaged], Wis. Mrs. [damaged] Runnels of Norfolk, Va., is the guest of Mrs. George W. Hotchkiss [damaged] Elmwood avenue. Mr. N. [damaged] Klepper, 1324 Warren street, left Friday for a ten [damaged] vacation in Minnesota. Miss Carrie Malone of Sunnyside, Wash. is the guest of her sister, Mrs. Arthur Roberts, 2203 Central street. Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Refoy have returned from their wedding trip and are at home, 1823 Orrington avenue. Mrs. Walter E. Turner and her daughter, Miss Dorothy, 715 Madison street, are visiting in St. Louis, Mo. Mr. and Mrs. Kendall of Los Angeles, Cal., are guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harry F. Ward, 2512 Park place. Mr. C. C. Griswold and family, 1741 Hinman avenue, left Tuesday for their summer home in Green Lake, Wis. Mrs. Edwin L. Harpham, 931 Maple avenue, is entertaining her daughter, Mrs. W. L. Smith of Northampton, Mass. Mr. Benjamin B. Jenkins, brother of [damaged] has returned to Washington, D. C.[damaged] are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lester [damaged] Hyde, 2817 Park place. [damaged]. Miss Helen Crain of Waverly, Ill., [damaged] Friday to be the guest of her cousin, Miss Eleanor Bennett [damaged]Hartzell street. Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Baker, [damaged] have returned from a visit with their daughter an dher husband Mr. and Mrs. Young of Champaign, Ill. Mr. Chester B. [damaged]. Howard Lazear, who graduated this [damaged] from the University of Michigan will spend the summer working with his brother on a reclamation project in Colorado. Mrs. C. O. Andrews, 919 Judson avenue has as her guest Miss Helene Paulep of St. Paul. Miss Paulep formerly lived in Evanston and has many friends here. Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur D. Nesbit, [damaged] Colfax street, and three children, Kitchard, Robert and Wilbur D., Jr., leave July 12 for their summer home in Bay View, to be gone until fall. Miss Fisher and Miss Rosendale of New York City are visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Slocumb, 1427 Chicago avenue, en route for Seattle, Wash., where they expect to make their home. The engagement has been announced of Mis Stacey Hulburt, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Hulburt of Milwaukee, to H. Ross Munro, 812 Washington street. Miss Bettie of Chicago, well-known in Northwestern university circles, having graduated this year from the university, receiving Phi Beta Kappa honors, is sailing with her parents today to be abroad indefinitely. Miss Petty will study next year at the Sorbonne, Paris. Miss Isabel Dale 2327 Central street, is in Battle Creek, Mich. for a short time. Mrs. M. H. Bovee, 1710 Asbury avenue, has gone to Ludington, Mch., for the summer. Mr. J. M. Grantham, 2415 Hartell street, returned Saturday from Battle Creek, Mich. Master Frederick Vanderook, 2610 Harrison street, is spending the summer in northern Michigan. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Ryerson, 1904 Lincoln street, are spending their vacation at White Lake, Mich. Mr. William Gale and son, Charles, Lincoln street and Elm avenue, spent the week-end in Winfield, Ill. Dean and Mrs. F. C. Lutkin, 1330 Church street, have gone to their summer home in North Point Mich. Major R. C. Knaggs, 720 Michigan avenue, left Saturday for Gettysburg to attend a reunion of soldiers. Rev. A. L. Murray, pastor of St. Matthews church, and family returned Friday from Winnipeg, Canada. Mr. and Mrs. John R. Mauff, 1574 Ashland avenue, have closed their house and taken cottage at Cape Cod for the summer. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Youngquist 2318 Harrison street, entertained informally Thursday evening in honor of their first wedding anniversary. Mr. and Mrs. L. N. Dodge, [damaged] Wesley avenue, have rented their home for the summer to Mr. and Mrs. Frank W. Handy of Sewanee, Tenn. Mrs. James R. Baker, 1240 Forest avenue, entertained at dinner Thursday evening for a party of five, preceeding the dance at the Glen View Golf club. Miss Catherine Beers, 700 Michigan avenue, left Saturday night for Woods Hole, Mass. She will be gone six weeks, studing at the Marine Biological laboratory. Mr. and Mrs. Charles F. Champlin [damaged] Orrington avenue, have returned from Boone, Iowa, where they went to attend the wedding of Mr. Champlin's niece, Miss Katherine Richmond. Rev. David Hugh Jones, pastor of the First Presbyterian church, accompanied by Mrs. Jones and daughter, wil leave early next week for the New England coast, where they will spend the summer. Miss Helen Homer, 707 Michigan avenue, entertained at cards Friday afternoon for Miss Jessie Dietrich, who is the guest of her aunt, Mrs. H. A. Poppenhusen. There were three tables. Five hundred was played. Mrs. S. G. Strickland [damaged] Mrs. Geo. E. Waring, 1574 Asbury avenue, have gone to their summer home at [damaged] on the St. Clair river Minnesota. Mr. Strickland will join them later in the summer. [damaged]. The Misses Helen and Elizabeth Slocum will be ther most of the summer. Mr. Jon Slocum will spend the week-ends there. Rev. and Mrs. Geo. R. Hewlett returned to Evanston Monday evening after a month's holiday most of which was spent in Minnesota. Mr. Hewlett will have charge of St. Lukes parish during the months of July and August. The marriage of [damaged] McGowen daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James P. McCann, 1126 Oak avenue, to Francis Arthur Flynn, son of Mr. and Mrs. James Flynn, Chicago, took place June 25 at S. Mary's Roman Catholic church. The Rev. Father H. P. Smyth performed the ceremony. Miss Alice Byrnes was maid of honor and Francis McCann was best man. The ushers were Elmer O'Laughlin and Raymond Shaffer. After September 1, Mr. and Mrs. Flynn will be home at 1564 Florence avenue. Mrs. [damaged] has been entertaining her sister, Mrs. E. S. Smith and Mrs. [damaged] S. Wegener of Oshkosh, Wis. during the past week. They both leave today. Mrs. Smith goes to her home, and Mrs. Wegener, to the south side Chicago, for a vist before leaving for Oshkosh. Miss Delia Brunson, [damaged] Main street, and B. O. Gladding of Chicago were married June 25 at the home of the bride. The Rev. John R. Nicholas, pastor of the Rogers Park Congregational church, officiated. Owing to the very recent death of the bride's mother, only a few of the most intimate friends were present. The Rev. and Mrs. George Craig Stewart left Evanston yesterday for Montreal, where they wil take the Canadian Pacific steamer "Lake Manitoba," sailing for Liverpool on Friday July 4. They are planning to spend a month in England and France, returning from Havre on the French line steamer "Chicago,", sailing on August 16. Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas John Caufland, 1426 Elmwood avenue, have returned from a few weeks' visit in Atlantic City and New York. Mrs. Frowe and her daughter and granddaughter, Mrs. Campbell and Elizabeth, who have been visiting Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Baker, 1325 Judson avenue, have gone to their new home in Canada. Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Cartwright and two children, Levering and Helen, 2215 Lincoln street, left Saturday for Chattanooga, Tenn. Later they will go to Waynesville, Tenn., to spend the summer with Mr. Cartwright's parents. The Misses Sue an Elsie Pitkin 2526 Ashland avenue, had as their guest last week Miss Catherine Williams of Galva Ill. Dr. Finley Ellingwood, 2209 Central street, has returned from a two weeks' lecturing trip with the State Eclectic Medical association of the south. Dr. and Mrs. L. L. Dines, who have been visiting for a short time in Quincy, returned Saturday to the home of Mrs. Dines' parents,

Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Slocumb, 1427 Chicago avenue. Dr. Dines leaves in two weeks for New York, where he is to teach in summer school. Mrs. Dines will remain until fall. Mrs. H. C. Scovill of Rockford is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Scovill, 932 Hinman avenue. Mrs. Scovill entertained a number of old Rockford acquaintances, who now live here, in her honor at a luncheon on Thursday. The Ladies' Aid society lawn social held Fiday night at the home of Mrs. C. T. Bartlett, 827 Greenleaf street, was well attended. The yard was lighted by Japanese lanterns and electricity. More than $30 was taken in from the sale of ice cream, cake and lemonade. A large number of guests attended the Covenant Epworth league lawn fete Friday evening at the home of Miss Matilda Witthold, Central street, near Reese avenue. The program opened at 8:15 p. m. with folk dancing of various natures. A large quantity of ice cream, ice cream cones, lemonade and candles were sold and it is expected that a creditable sum may be turned into the church fund. Mrs. Frank L. Spencer, 1022 Sherman avenue, was hostess Friday afternoon at a children's party in honor of the third birthday of her daughter, Catherine. Thirty-two guests, including the little folks and their mothers, enjoyed the many games that had been arranged, the souvenirs and refreshments. Margaret Marsh won the first prize and Gladys [damaged] the booby. The decorations were pink and white. The guests were Margaret Shimberg, Evelyn Carson, Marjorie Carson, Dorothy Carson, Dorothy and Gladys Maisow, Margaret Mangold, Margaret Cramer, Margaret Mursh, Nicholas and Ethel Hintz, Irene Olson, Imgar Olson, [damaged] Olson, Florence Johnson, Adaline Elizabeth and Catherine Fitzgerald and their mothers of Evanston; Mrs. Theodore Lang and children, George, William, Theodore, Edith and Gertrude and Mrs. Delbold and daughter Ruth, of Hubbard Woods; Mrs. Edith Barett Boughty and son, James of Joliet.

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What People Are Doing In Evanston