Mr. Paul Faulkner, 2429 Central street, spent Wednesday with his cousin at Blue Island. Dr. L. D. Henderson has returned from his vacation spent at Kilbourn City, Wis., among the Dells. Miss Margaret Grimes of Edgewater is now visiting her aunt, Mrs. Chester A. Bush, 2310 Harrison street. Miss Myrtle Hedblom and Miss Gertrude Hedblim, 713 Main street, have returned from Indianapolis, Ind. Miss Evelyn Keigliley, 2515 Hartzell street, entertained a number of her friends at a birthday party Wednesday afternoon. Miss Adaline M. Baker, 1325 Judson avenue, is visiting freinds in Fort Collins, Colo., and will return home via Yellowstone Park. Mrs. W. D. Chapman, 2615 Prairie avenue, left Thursday for Akron, Ohio, where she will spend several weeks visiting among friends and relatives. Mr. and Mrs. C. K. Morris, 1318 Asbury avenue, expect to leave about the middle of this month for Hartford, Wis., to visit the author Charles D. Stuart. Miss Elizabeth Klebs, of Providence Day Nursery, 3052 Sullivan court, Chicago, is spending two weeks with Miss Marion Bremond at the Evanston Golf club cottage. Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Mitchell, 2303 Harrison street, will spend their vacation at Point Aux Pins, Boisblain Island, Mich., returning about the first of September. Mr. Alfred Schofield, 524 Hamilton street, and son Jack, have gone to Seattle, Wash, to be gone several weeks. Mrs. Schofield has just returned from a short visit at Glen Ellyn, Ill. Mrs. E. Mathis and daughter, Edith, 2427 Central street, left Wednesday for Monticello, Ind., where they will visit Mrs. Mathis' daughter, Mrs. Heath, for two or three weeks. Mrs. Russell Whitman and two sons, 1334 Asbury avenue, left the latter part of July on a vacation trip to North Point, Mich. They well return about the middle of this month. Mrs. John Anderson and family, 2505 Hartray avenue, left Friday night for a month's visit in Minnesota, where they will visit relatives in Minneapolis, Pillager, Brandon, Evansville and St. Cloud. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Peoboady and family, 2512 Hartzell street, and Mr. W. H. Graves and daughter, Louise, and Gertrude 2109 Colfax street, left Sunday on a two-weeks camping outing at Lac du Flambeau, Wis. Miss Isabel Kidder Grant of New Orleans, who has been visiting at the home of her brother, Mr. Warren E. Kidder, 2307 Harrison street, left Thursday for a week's visit with Miss Theodora Chaffee, 2501 Harrison street. Mrs. James L. Clark, 1416 Jackson boulevard, Chicago and family, have taken the residence of R. E. Whitney, 1245 Asbury avenue, where they have been all summer. They also occupied this residence las year at this season. Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Whitney are at North Lake, Wis. Those who entertained at table d'hote dinner at the Evanston Golf club Wednesday were Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Day, Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Moody, Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Arnd, Mr. and Mrs. G. J. Murch, Mr. and Mrs. F. T. Murray, Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Dutton, Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Miner, Mr. and Mrs. F. B. Farnsworth, Mr. and Mrs. H. Armstrong, Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Boyer, Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Hartray, Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Platt, Mr. William Rankin. The Young Ladies' Gymnstic class of the north end of town, assisted by several of the girls of the Saturday afternoon class, gave a delighful demonstration of their work of the past year at Camp Good Will Wednesday evening. The program consisted of a free exercise drill; Norwegian mountain march; vocal solo by Miss Frances Aronson; dumb-bell drill, by eight girls; solo dance, "Sailor's Horn Pipe," by Miss Lydia S. Leichsenring; Wabash barn dance and American country dancy by eight girls; Indian club drill, six girls; vocal solo, by Miss Abie Hussey; and other equally interesting feats of gymnastic dancing and vocal music. Miss Flora Hay of the Evanston Public library returned last week from a trip to Kentucky and Indiana. Mr. Wm. J. Bristow, 1138 Sherman avenue, left Thursday for St. Paul and Stillwater, Minn., on a business trip. Thursday on the early Stork train came a daughter to Mr. and Mrs. Thomas D. Sexton, 2711 Harrison street. Miss Helen Ricord of Los Angeles, Cal., formerly of this city,is the guest of Mrs. John Orchard 583 Ingleside place. Miss Antiss Church of the Elmwood apartments, is visiting her brother, Mr. Edward Church in New York City. Master Munroe Wheeler, 639 Forest avenue, returned last Tuesday evening from Peoria, Ill., where he has been visiting. Mr. and Mrs. William A. Browne and family, 1012 Judson avenue, are spending several weeks at Lauderdale Lakes, Wis. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Wells and family, 1224 Oak avenue, leave the last of this month to make their home in Seattle, Wash. Mrs. F. A. Gould and daughter, 826 Forest avenue, have gone to Star Lake, Wis. They will be away until the first of September. Mrs. Louis Stolle and daughter, Lucy, 811 Lincoln street, left last Wednesday for Michigan, where they will spend two weeks. Miss Helen Church of Tucson, Ariz., is spending the summer with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Church of the Melwood apartments. The Rev. Lloyd W. Walter, 913 Elmwood avenue, left Friday for Dixon, Ill, where he will attend the Rock River assembly, returning home in about a week. Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert A. Pond, 707 Michigan avenue, and little daughter, Elizabeth, returned last week from Chetek, Wis. where they have been for a vacation trip. Mrs. C. G. Booth of this city announces the engagement of her daughter, Marjorie Guild, to Marvin A. Bettman, son of Mr. and Mrs. Marcus A. Bettman of the Vincennes hotel, Chicago. Miss Gertrude Aiken, who servered her connections with the Evanston public library recently to attend the Wisconsin Library school, will leave Evanston this week for a trip to Vermont. Miss Anna Ryan of Chicago and Mr. Peter Jans, 1321 Washington place, won the first prize at the Forest Glen pavilion dance at Pawpaw Lake Thursday night. They represented the Shamrock Dance club. Mrs. J. H. page, who has been visiting her son and his family, Mr. Hubert Page, 827 Hinman avenue, has returned to her home in Whitewater, Wis. She took Master Esterly, her grandson home with her for a visit. Miss Eleanor Spry, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John C. Spry, 1101 Forest avenue,is in Minneapolis, Minn., the guest of Miss Margaret Gillette, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Arthur Gillette. Miss Spry is one of the debutantes of the season. Miss. Mary B. Lindsey, who was re-elected secretary at the annual election of the board of directors of the Evanston public library held Friday evening, will leave next week for a trip to Lake Geneva, Wis., where she will remain about two weeks. While Dr. A. C. S. Clarke, 881 Hinman avenue, is out of town the Second Presbyterian pulpit will be supplied as follows: August 18 and 25, by the Rev. Huston W. Lowry, pastor of the First Presbyterian church at Akron, Ohio; August 11, by the Rev. W. D. Allison. Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Sprinkle, 2023 Sherman avenue, with the Misses Ida and Harriet Deere of Jacksonville, Ill., as their guests, returned Thursday from a delightful automobile trip through the east. They motored through the Berkshire Hills in Massachusetts and the Adirondack mountains and visited many principal points of interest. Lake Georgian, Lake Champlain, Montreal and the St. Lawrence river trip are recorded in their itinerary. From Buffalo they motored home, having gone 2,500 miles in all. Mr. W. E. Bushnell, 780 Emerson street, has gone on a business trip to Winnipeg, Canada. Mrs. Frederick D. Richards, 2526 Harrison street, has as her guest, Mrs. Hodge of Indiana. Mrs. E. E. Van Horn and daughter, Mildred, 1303 Judson avenue, are visiting in Oshkosh Wis. Mrs. E. E. Bette, 2219 Central street, has as her guest, her sister, Mrs. C. L. McNaughton of Escanaba, Mich. Miss Gladys Minton of Philadelphia is visiting at the home of Miss Gertrude Cleveland, 2410 Pioneer road. Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Worstall, 2219 Lincoln street, will leave this week on an extensive fishing trip in Canada. Mr. C. R. Morrison, 2204 Harrison street, has gone on a months' hunting and fishing trip to Hudson Bay, Canada. Mr. W. J. Sonnen and son, Robert, 2614 Harrison street, have returned from an automobile trip to St. Paul, Minn. Mr. Frank Wyman of Chicago spent Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Chester A. Bush, 2310 Harrison street. Mrs. Joseph Vaille, 2229 Lincoln street, has returned from a six weeks' visit with her sister at Amherst, Nova Scotia. The Misses Ida and Harriet Deere of Jacksonville, Ill., are visiting their sister, Mrs. A. L. Sprinkle, 2023 Sherman avenue. Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Walker and children, Lincoln street and Elm avenue, have returned from a month's trip to Estes Park, Colo. Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Dale and family, 2327 Central street, left last week for a month's camping outing at Onekama, Mich. Miss May Mathews has returned to her home on Bennett avenue from the Evanston hospital after an illness for the past two weeks. Mrs. W. W. Hardin, 2135 Sherman avenue, has as her guests her mother and sister, Mrs. Strouse and Miss Strouse of Greenview, Ill. Mr. A. D. Mortenson, 2218 Central street, left today for a ten days' visit at the home of his sister, Mrs. Geo. Perham, in Everleth, Minn. The Misses Kathryn and Jane Rose, 2410 Park place, have returned from a week's visit in Allegan, Mich., as the guests of Miss Charlotte Kent. Mr. Robert Edgerton of Chicago returned Sunday to the home of Mrs. S. W. Youngquist, 2322 Harrison street, and will spend the week there. Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Phillips, 2718 Stanley avenue, and children, left last week for their cottage at Clear Lake, Ind., where they will spend the month of August. The Rev. F. W. Barnum and family have returned from their summer outing. Rev. Barnum preached at his church, the Hemenway M. E. church Sunday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Bates, 2112 Orrington avenue,are expected home about the seventeenth. They have been gone since July 4, spending the summer at Turner, Maine. During the absence of Mrs. S. G. Pillips, the superintendent of the primary department of the Covenenant M. E. church, Miss Edna Betts, 2219 Central street, will take charge. The Misses Gertrude Green and Rebecca Blair gave a lawn party Thursday evening at the home of Miss Green, 2328 Central street. About twenty-six guests were invited and an enjoyable time is reported. Mr. and Mr. Ralph Hobart and little daughter, Mattie Belle, 1112 Grove street, left Saturday for Atlantic City, where they will join Mr. and Mrs. Allen P. Houston, 502 Lake street, at the Marlborough Blenheim hotel. Mrs. Mary Caldwell Main has just returned from Hastings, Mich., where she spent a month with her niece, Mrs. Mary Grigsby, whose husband is the Rev. Maurice Grigsby, pastor of the Presbyterian church of this city. Two weeks of the time were spent at a resort on Wall Lake, sixteen miles out of Hastings, where the scenerly is beautiful. About the first of September there will be an extensive addition made to the North End branch of the Evanston Public library, located in the Y. M. C. A. building, Central street and Prairie avenue. During the absence of the branch librarian, Mr. W. P. Watkins, Miss Maud Chidester of the library staff has been in charge and has been arranging to meet the demands of the branch station. Born Wednesday, July 24, to Dr. and Mrs. P. B. Bassoe, 2207 Colfax street, a daughter. Miss Marguerite Raeder, 1635 Hinman avenue, is spending a few weeks at White Lake, Wis. Mrs. H. W. Dring, 1713 Boomer place, has been visiting in Milwaukee, Wis., for two weeks. Mrs. David Nelson and family, 1569 Maple avenue, have gone to their summer home at Antioch, Ill. Master Robert Crossland, 1743 Wesley avenue, has returned from Camp White, Crystal Lake, Mich. Mrs. D. D. Thompson and daughter, Sadie, 1645 Hinman avenue, left Thursday for Bay View, Mich. Mrs. L. W. Garoutte of Lincoln, Neb., is the guest of her son, Mr. P, B. Garoutte, 725 Michigan avenue. Miss Alice Haugan, 1122 Judson avenue, will leave this week for a visit to Minnewasha, in the Catskills. Mrs. Dorothy Snyder of Woodlawn, Ill., is visiting her aunt, Mrs. Joseph I. Leigh, 1025 Elmwood avenue. Mrs. T. Thomas, 1713 Boomer place, returned from Milwaukee, Wis., where she has been visiting for ten months. Friends of Mr. Franklin Milner, who is now at the Evanston hospital, will be glad to learn that he is convalescing. Mrs. O. E. Fifield of Springfield, Mass., will be the guest of Mrs. Chas. W. B. Parsons, 2115 Ridge avenue, this week. Mrs. Harry Allen, 322 Main street, and her sister, Miss Helen Holbrook, 419 Lee street, are visiting in La Crosse, Wis., Mr. and Mrs. Hudson and two children, 635 Judson avenue, are spening a three weeks' vacation at Channel Lake, Ill. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon W. Bull and two daughters, Dorothea and Virginia, 1105 Maple avenue, left Saturday for Waupaca, Wis. Mrs. C. F. Farwell, daughter, Frances, and little son, John, of Florida, are the guests of Mrs. H. W. Dring, 1713 Boomer place. Mr. I. M. Hershey, who has been visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. L. McKay, 2306 Central steet, has left for his home in Ohio. Mrs. H. B. Williams, 2226 Central street, who has been visiting her brother, Mr. Charles Duncan of Madison, Neb., is expected home this week. Mrs. W. L. McKay and son, Dayton, 2306 Central street, accompanied by Mr. I. M. Hershey and Miss Anna Stedtler spent last Monday in Milwaukee. Mrs. B. E. Hindman and little son, of La Salle, Ill., is visitng her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Hardin, 2135 Sherman avenue. She arrived Thursday evening. Mrs. R. S. Risser and Mrs. W. L. McKkay, 2306 Central street, entertained Mrs. S. J. Betts, Mrs. Clara Schenk, Mrs. R. H. Boyd and Miss H. J. Boyd Thursday afternoon. Mr. Benjamin J. Moore, 2325 Hartray avenue, has sold his bungalow to Mr. Raymond Y. Sanders and will occupy it in the fall. Mr. Sanders has entered into business in Chicago. Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Wade, 2304 Central street, have rented their home for the winter and will move to Chicago to spend the winter months as Mr. Wade will travel extensively. Dr. Taylor and Dr. Levick have taken the house. Rev. A. L. Murray of St. Matthew's church has resumed his regular services at the church after supplying the pulpit at St. Mark's church for some weeks during the absence of the rector, Rev. H. S. Longley who was away on his vacation. Mr. H. Ross Bunce of Terre Haute, Ind., will take up the position of Mr. C. V. Munsey, former director of physical training at the North End department of the Y. M. C. A., and will begin active work October 1. Mr. Bunce is now attending the physical training school in Chicago.