A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Meier of Schiller street Monday.
Mr. J. Schindler of Glencoe was buried at St. Joseph's cemetery Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. John Felke, Sr., of Ridge avenue, are reported on the sick list.
A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. William Parks of Schiller street Friday.
A daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. John Hoffman of Reinwald avenue Monday.
Roman Engels of Seger street is still on the sick list and under physicians' care.
Services and sermon every Friday evening during Lent at St. Joseph's Catholic church.
Mrs. James B. Hoffman of Seger street entertained ten of her lady friends at luncheon Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Klemm of Schiller street, spent the week-end with relatives in Peru, Ill., last week.
Mr. A. F. Sterritt of 1137 Lake avenue, has been confined to his home for the past few days with rheumatism.
Miss Helen Scheyer of Chicago is visiting at the home of Miss Florence Schaefer of Ridge avenue and Schiller street.
An infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Meier, Blum street, died Wednesday and was buried at St. Joseph's cemetery Friday.
Miss Florence Schaefer had the misfortune of scalding her arm by steam last Sunday. It was very painful, but no serious complications set in.
Beatrice Huerter, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Huerter of Schiller street, had the misfortune to run a sliver in her foot. Complications set in which caused an operation on the injured member.
A painful accident befell Mr. Michael Baumgarten while returning from Chicago by wagon. One of the rear wheels of the wagon broke off which caused Mr. Baumgarten to fall into the road, resulting in painful bruises to his face and body. He is employed by Mr. Paul Nanzig.
Mr. and Mrs. John Phillips of Charles street entertained the Saturday Evening club at cards (euchre). The prize winners were as follows: First gents', John Phillips; second gents', Charles Hoth; first ladies', Mrs. Charles Hoth; second ladies', Mrs. James B. Hoffman. refreshments were served.