What People Are Doing in Glencoe
Mrs. Ernest H. Dillon is with friends in Louisville, Ky.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Darling are In Brazil, Ind., for the winter.
Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Miller have returned from a month's trip through Canada.
Mrs. Kathryn Booth and Miss Mate Lyon were the week-end guests of Miss Murdow.
Mrs. Charles Mortimer and father, Mr. Evans, are visiting in New York City and Boston.
Mrs. Nelson Jefferson entertained with a luncheon Saturday for Mrs. Judson of Evanston.
Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Becker and son and Major and Mrs. Coombs have returned from Pasadena, Cal.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Bennett entertalned with a dinner Friday evening of last week for Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Lamprecht.
Mr. and Mrs. Cunningham and daughter and Mr. and Mrs. George Schuyler of Ravenswood were week-end guests of Mr. and Mrs. Clemens Dopfer.
The Woman's guild of the St. Elisabeth parish met with Mrs. Sylvan Newhall Tuesday, to make mincemeat for the Thanksgiving sale. Orders will be taken.
Mr. and Mrs. Wallace R. Clarke and daughter of Plainfleld, N. J., who have been the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. I. Hicks, have departed for their new home in Portland, Ore., taking Mrs. Clarke's mother, Madame Hicks, with them.
The Ladies' Aid of the Methodist Episcopal church met Tuesday with Mrs. John Heath of Winnetka. The officers elected for the coming year were Mesdames W. A. Fox, president; St. John Power, vice-president; J. M. Chappell, secretary; W. S. Hamm, treasurer.
The Ladies' Aid of the Methodist church held an all-day meeting Tuesday at the home of Mrs. W. H. Hamm, Hubbard Woods, to work on articles for their sale, which will be held in the Walter's block, Friday and Saturday, December 6-7. There will be a sale of aprons, fancy articles, cake and pastry.
At the Woman's Library club this evening the Tel-Electric company will give a concert to the club and their friends. The artists taking part will be Franz Wagner, the celloist; Marion Green, baritone, and Ludwig Becker, violinist. The Tel-Electric company will bring out one of their grand pianos. Mr. Pond, the manager, will be the accompanist.