Members of the faculty of Northwestern university have begun to return to their homes from the summer vacations to be in readiness for the fall semester opening. Among thoses who have returned are Professor and Mrs. Eduard P. Baillot from Lac du Flambeau, Wis.; Dean and Mrs. Thomas F. Holgate from Plum Lake, Wis.; Professor and Mrs. C. B. Atwell from [damaged] Island, Mich.,; Professor and Mrs. W. L. Lewis from Sayner, [damaged]; Professor and Mrs. P. C. Lutkin from Northport Point, Mich.; Professor and Mrs. William A. Locy from San Juan Island, Professor and Mrs. F. C. Eiselen from Gull Lake, Mich. Mrs. Charles J. Morse, 1825 Asbury avenue is in Roaring Brook, Mich. for two weeks. Miss Jessie Parkhurst of the Beverly apartments has gone to Neshota, Wis., for a week. Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Brunell, 2681 Sheridan road, have gone east for a three weeks visit. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Ely Danielson, [damaged] Sheridan road, have returned from the east., Mr and Mrs. J. H. Edwards, 1119 Hinman avenue, are in Detroit, en route to New York City. Dr. H. L. Kind is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. William McKay, 2308 Central street for a short time. Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Prickett, 1801 Asbury avenue, have gone on a ten days' trip to Woodruff, Wis. Mr. R. W. Sprague and family moved on the 10th from 207 Main street to 2104 Lincoln street. Prof. Harian Updegraff of Washington, D. C., with his wife, is located at 2226 Hartzell street. Rev. and Mrs. W. T. Hogue, 2025 Sherman avenue, have gone to Gull Lake, Mich., for the rest of September. Mrs. William Singleton, 2036 Sherman avenue, has returned from a week's visit to Mr. Singleton's people at Buckley, Ill. Mrs. J. P. Woodington and family, Norman, Herbert and Doris, 2351 Ridge avenue, returned Monday after a delightful summer spent in Europe. Mrs. James S. Rowley, 1006 Foster street, is enjoying a two weeks visit with her sister, Mrs. W. C. Cleghorn, at her home in Bloomington, Ill. Mr. H. T. Holtz, 1513 Asbury avenue, was operated on Friday for nose trouble, at St. Francis' hospital. He is doing as well as could be expected. Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Sheridan have moved from Kansas City, Mo., and taken a flat at 718 Simpson street. They have just returned from Lake Geneva, Wis. Mr. E. Barber and family moved the last of August from 1340 Granville avenue, Chicago, to their new home, 25 Crescent place, Wilmette. Mrs. A. D. Sanders, Jr., and little daughter, 515 Dempster street, who have been in Rochester, Minn., for three months, have returned home. Mrs. E. J. Wallis of Atlanta, Ga., is here for a two weeks visit to her sister, Mrs. Edward R. Gilmore, 1939 Orrington avenue. Miss Effie Pratt, for several years a teacher in the Evanston schools, has recently returned from a five years residence in Japan, where she was a government teacher. She is home on a year's furlough, having returned via Mediterranean cities, being some time on the way. She is visiting her mother and sister in Edgewater. Miss Pratt is a cousin of Mr. Prindle of Prindle & Co., 609 Davis street, and of Mrs. Amos W. Patten, 616 Foster street. Miss Myrtile Delos Dunn and Charles R. Wightman were married Thursday at the home of the bride's mother, Mrs. W. R. Dunn of 1016 Lake street. Miss Kozie Dunn attended her sister as maid of honor and Miss Lily Dunn was bridesmaid. Charles Larrich of Bloomington, Ill., served as best man. The bride was gowned in white satin trimmed with Irish point lace and a tulle veil caught with orange blossoms. She carried white roses and lilies of the valley. The maid of honor wore pink satin and crystal net and carried Killarney roses. The bridesmaid's frock was of white marquisertte over yellow satin and she carried pink and white roses. A reception followed. Mr. and Mrs. Wightman will spend three weeks in the east, afterward residing at 728 Ridge avenue. Mr. and Mrs. Dabney Maury of Peoria, Ill., will reside at 510 Lee street. Mrs. Mizutany, 1727 Orrington avenue, is in New York City for a week. Mr. E. P. McPherson, 1143 Hinman avenue, returned Saturday from a month's trip through California. William Terras of Indianapolis was home a few days the past week, visiting his parents at 944 Asbury avenue. Mrs. Mary Hoyt of Wallace, Wash., is visiting her brother, Mr. H. F. Hubbard and family, 1119 Judson avenue. Mr. Wellington Cobb, 1111 Maple avenue, spent last week in Minneapolis visiting his brother, Mr. Harry Cobb. Mrs. Frank P. Crandon and daughter are visiting Mrs. Emily Huntington Miller at St. Paul, Minn., for a week. Mr. and Mrs. John Mahin, 1745 Orrington avenue, are home after a month spent in the east at the seashore. Mrs. J. Knights and Miss Knights of Waukegan are spending a few days visiting G. F. Henderson, 919 Asbury avenue. Miss Clara Kingsbury and Mr. Slocum Kingsbury, 1143 Hinman avenue, have gone to Burlington, Iowa, for a few days. Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Elliott and little son Robert, 1320 Lyon street, have returned from Europe where they have been since July 1. Miss Dora Gilroy and cousin Arline Miles, were in Evanston and Lake Forest a few days visiting their cousin, Emily Henderson. Mrs. Mattie Collins and daugther, Mary, 1229 Leon street, are in Chattanooga, Tenn. for a month visiting Mrs. Henry Bradford. The Misses Grace and Mary Banks, 1430 Elmwood avenue, have gone to Russellville, Ky., for a month to visit their niece, Mrs. Richards. Mrs. Frederick Greenleaf of Ardmore, Okla., whe has been for ten days the guest of Mrs. Rollin A. Keyes, 1210 Forest avenue, has returned to her hom. Miss Ruth Stanwood, 1637 Chicago avenue, will return to Vassar this week for her sophomore year. Mr. Henry Stanwood will leave next week for another year at Cornell university. Miss Agnes Russell of Omaha, Neb., who during the Kappa Kappa Gamma national convention here was the guest of her uncle, Mr. Carl C. Wright, 1424 Elinor place, left Tuesday for Iowa City and Des Moines, Iowa, after which she will return to Evanston en route to Omaha. Prof. and Mrs. Frank Lane stopped over a few days this week to visit their aunt, Mrs. Emma Hardy, 1430 Elmwood avenue, en route from Topeka, Kas., where he occupied the chair of public speaking and dramatic art in Washburn college, to the University of Pittsburch to occupy a similar position. The wedding of Miss Helga Peterson of 2403 Sherman avenue to Rev. Gustav Wessman of Republic, Mich., was celebrated at 8 o'clock Thursday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Nels Swanson of 1723 Orrington avenue. Rev. K. H. Elmstrom officiated. Miss Josephine Anderson was maid of honor and Miss Jennie Anderson bridesmaid. The bridegroom was attended by Rev. Axel Pierson as best man. The bride was gowned in white charmeuse satin and old lace. The maid of honor wore pale green crepe de chine with a bouquet of white orchids, and the bridesmaid pale pink charmeuse with pink orchids. A reception followed.