Mrs. John Stuart is spending a few weeks in New York.
Mr. F. G. Lang is building two new houses on Laurel avenue.
Ms. George Harding is visiting her son's family, Mr. . Harding.
Mr. Edwin Inglefritz spent Saturday and Sunday at Madison, Wisconsin.
Mr. Charles Seifert spent Sunday with his mother, MRs. Julia Seifert.
Miss Rose Babst of Naperville, Ill., is visiting at the home of V. M. Harding.
Miss Lucille Trapp, who has been quite ill with throat trouble, is improving.
Chickenpox is quite prevalent among the children of Hubbard Woods.
Mrs. William Schroeder, who has been ill the past two weeks, is improving.
Mrs. A. G. Oliver has returned form Jacksonville, Ill., where she spent several days.
Beatrice, little daughter of William C. Schultz, Foxdale avenue, is ill with scarlet fever.
Mr. and Mrs. Christie of Milwaukee are making an extended visit at the home of their daughter, Mrs. W. A. Baeler, on Scott avenue.
Mrs. J. L. Follada has returned to her home in Springfield, Ill., after spending several weeks with her brothers, R. L. and George F. Gonsalves.
Miss Emma Siboni is visiting at the home of her sister, Mrs. Ruhland.
Dr. Mary Mulliner of Camden, N.J., is visiting at the home of Mrs. F. M. Hotine.
Mrs. William Nethercott, a resident of Hubbard Woods and Winnetka for the past thirty-two years, passed away Saturday evening at the home of her daughter, Mrs.F. J. Gage. She passed through a lingering and painful illness, extending over more than a year. Mrs. Nethercott was born at Bath, England, in 1840, being seventy-two years old. She leaves to mourn her, a devoted husband, one son and two daughters, and hosts of friends. To know Mrs. Nethercott was to love her. She was buried Tuesday at Lake Forest, by the side of her father, mother and sister.
Mr. Karl Magnuson is occupying the flat recently occupied by John Dahl. Mr. Dahl has moved into his bungalow which he has built in the rear of his lot.
Mr. Tony Frank returned Friday from Jacksonville, Ill., with his family. He is occupying the house on Linden avenue lately occupied bby Mrs. M. Rectenwald.