Miss Darcy Orde is in Minneapolis for the winter.
Mrs. Ruth Collins has about thirty pupils in her dancing class.
Tuesday the members of the Union church guild met and sewed for the missionary box.
Mrs. Douglas Cornell and children have returned from their summer's outing spent in the east.
Mrs. Frank Laws entertained yesterday afternoon at auction bridge in honor of Mrs. Frank Scott.
Mrs. Caroline Daggett has returned from a visit to Racine, where she was the guest of her niece, Miss Blythe.
Don't forget the Glencoe Equal Suffrage association meeting tomorrow at the home of Mrs. Sylvan Newhall.
This afternoon at the Woman's Library club Mrs. Charles Guy Bolte of Winnetka will talk on "Personal Recollections of China." Mrs. Chas. D. Brandriff will furnish the music.
At the Union church, during the coming week, Miss Frances B. Patterson will conduct the church extension lectures. The first lecture will be given next Sunday at 2 p. m. The subjects are questions of political and social issue at the present time.