Born to Mr. and Mrs. Chester Haigh, 1720 Emerson street, Friday, Feb. 14, a daughter.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank C. Hartray, 845 Judson avenue, announce the birth of a son. Jan. 23.
Mrs. S. F. Burden, 721 Washington street, was hostess at an informal tea Friday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Doose, 1508 Greenleaf street, announce the birth of a daughter, Feb. 3.
Mr. Robert Stuart, 1022 Wesley avenue, has as his guest his daughter, Mrs. M. S. Grant of Stuart, Neb.
The teachers of the Lincoln school entertained the parents Friday evening at a Valentine party at the school.
Mrs. Ellen C. DeGolyer, 1307 Judson avenue, is entertaining her sister, Miss Marian Clark, of St. Cloud, Minn.
A Valentine party was given at the home of Miss Marie Vock, 1020 Dempster street, by the Willard W. C. T. U.
Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Steele, 715 Michigan avenue, left Monday for a month's pleasure trip on their ranch at the Isle of Pines.
Miss C. C. Brotherson of Racine, Wis., was a guest of Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Dring, 1713 Boomer place, for several days last week.
The Zeta Phi Eta sorority of Northwestern university gave an informal dancing party Saturday evening at the Kenilworth Country club.
Mrs. Allen Drury gave an informal tea Friday afternoon at her home, 508 Lee street, in honor of Mrs. James Clark, of Cedar Rapids, Iowa.
Mrs. Harry Green, 703 Hinman avenue, returned Saturday from a short trip to Minneapolis, Minn., where she was called by the death of her father.
The Lambda chapter of the Kappa Delta sorority of Northwestern university gave its initiation luncheon Saturday at the Mission tea room.
Mrs. C. Schaefer, 1115 Church street, gave a card party Friday evening at her home in honor of her brother, Mr. I. Fieber of New York, who is her guest.
Mrs. C. Andrews of the Park apartments was hostess Friday at a valentine luncheon to six of her friends. Decorations appropriate to the day prevailed.
Mr. J. C. Shaffer, 1704 Judson avenue, returned Saturday from New York.
Miss Elsie Seifert, 811 Washongton street, gave a valentine party Friday night in honor of her birthday. Music and refreshments were delightful features of the evening.
Miss Constance Patterson, assistant superintendent of the Moody Sunday school, Chicago, who has charge of 8,000 girls, is at the Lake Shore Sanitarium, 2237 Sherman avenue, suffering with a nervous breakdown.
Miss Maude Weir of Sherbrook, Quebec, en route to Vancouver to reside, who has been the guest here of her cousin, James A. McDonald, for a month, left Saturday to visit her uncle, Mr. Frederick Weir at Winnipeg, Canada.
Thursdayy morning very early Mr. John Boyd of Rogers Park, 1818 Kenilworth avenue, a driver for A. W. Ullrich, Chicago, fell from his wagon and received two broken ribs and an injured spine. He was taken to St. Francis hospital.
Mr. William Wengren of Wilmette, who was to have been removed to Chicago for an operation for appendicitis, became so ill that he was brought to the Lake Shore Sanitarium, 2237 Sherman avenue, and underwent the operation at 3 o'clock Friday morning. He is getting along well.
The Misses Alice and Ruth Gustafson, 1625 Orrington avenue, were hostesses Friday to one of the prettiest and merriest of valentine parties. The decoration were of the season and well placed about the rooms and tables. A delicious supper, music and games made the evening all too short. The guests were the Misses Jeannette Beckstrom, Clara Pihl, Olga Gustafson, Ruth Beckstrom, Hilda Johnson, Emma Johnson, Leona Morgan, Lulu Leonard. Messers. Burdette Jones, Warren Betts, August Quintz, Hal Schooley, Emil Gustafson, John Hoth, Howard Beckstrom, Charlie Schempp, Leon Ronbdenet, Roy Swanson, Germaine Rondonet, Clarence Swanson.
Friday evening Mrs. C. T. Bartlett, 827 Greenealf street, was the delighted recipient of a birthday surprise party, given by her family, of whom there were fifteen children and grandchildren. Decorations of artistic variety made the valentine birthday cheery with color.
Ladies' night, the third of the season, Friday, at the Evanston club, was one of the most successful and enthusiastic in the history of the organization. The appreciation of the program was sincere. The richness of Mr. Gamble's generous voice, the harmony of the playing of the violinist, his wife, Mrs. Verna Page, as well as his pianist, Mr. Edwin Shonert, who accompanied him, afforded an evening of rare pleasure to the musical participants. A dance and supper, enjoyed by 150 people, followed the program. The touch of valentine decorations lent an added air of gaiety to the scene.