Mrs. R. L. Kirk and Mrs. Wm. Panuska are on the sick list.
The children of Mr. and Mrs. Roy C. Osgood have the measles.
Mrs. C. D. Worthington is entertaining Mrs. Reeder of Germantown, Pa.
The Tuesday Card club met with Mrs. Carl R. Latham, 229 Sixth street.
Miss Florence Pond, 730 Elmwood avenue, gave a luncheon to her friends Tuesday.
Mrs. Ralph S. Baker, 606 Greenleaf avenue, is entertaining her aunt, Mrs. Sandman.
Mr. Henry B. Gates spent Sunday with his wife and daughter in Burlington, Ia.
Mrs. Wm. D. Bradley, 744 Eleventh street, entertained at luncheon Tuesday afternoon.
Mrs. Howard of Cleveland, O., was the guest of Mrs. Hoyt King the latter part of last week.
Mrs. J. E. Dempsey, 903 Elmwood avenue, entertained her card club Monday afternoon.
Mrs. Geo. T. Dyer, 1010 Chestnut avenue, has returned from the hospital, and is improving rapidly.
Mrs. P. M. Westbrook of Chicago is the guest of her daughter, Mrs. D. B. Macauley, 820 Lake avenue.
There will be a Washington's birthday party cotillion at the Ouilmette Country club Saturday evening.
Miss Charlotte Springer, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Springer, was unfortunate in spraining her arm recently.
Miss Grace Crane of Hillside, Mich., is visiting Mrs. E. R. Webber, 815 Forest avenue, and other friends in Wilmette.
Gordon, son of Mr, and Mrs. Louis Clark, has mumps; his brother, Samuel, has just recovered from the affliction.
Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Schoninger leave this week for Florida and Cuba, and will return by way of steamship to New York.
Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Carnahan will entertain at dinner on the evening of Feb. 22, preceding the cotillion at the country club.
Mrs. F. L. Joy, 812 Central avenue, entertained a few friends at luncheon Thursday, Feb. 13, to meet Mrs. Herbert Gates.
Mrs. C. H. Klemm, 420 Park avenue, entertained her sister, Mrs. B. Klemm, and daughter, Helen, at luncheon Tuesday of last week.
Mrs. Crastsenberg of St. Paul, Minn., who has been the guest of her niece, Mrs. Geo. A. Van Dyke, has gone to New York city.
Mr. C. S. Weinland, wife and two children of Wheaton were the week-end guests of their sister, Mrs. Carlton R. Dart, 706 Greenleaf avenue.
Mr. Wm. Windgren, 803 Elmwood, who has been ill for some time, was removed to the Evanston hospital, where he was operated on for appendicitis.
Mr. and Mrs. Kibby are home from their trip to Honolulu. Mrs. Kibby has been gone six weeks, her husband joining her after she had been gone a couple of weeks.
Mr. and Mrs. E. W. McCullough, 923 Elmwood avenue, entertained ten young people at dinner Saturday evening in honor of their son roger, who was home for over Sunday.
Mrs. H. A. Whitman, Greenwood avenue and Tenth street, gave a recital, assisted by Miss Mary Moore, pianist, of the Northwestern School of Music, last Tuesday evening.
Mrs. Pennyman, who formerly lived in the Foster house on Michigan avenue, but who now resides in the east, has been the guest of many of her friends in Wilmette during the past week.
Mrs. Harry Cumberland of 119 Fifth street, gave a valentine dinner party Monday evening in honor of her sister, Miss Annie McKean of Evanston. The house was prettily decorated and covers were laid for fourteen.
The residence formerly owned by Frank A. Brown, 502 Washington avenue, has been purchased by E. C . Webster, who recently built a home at 719 Linden avenue. Mr. Webster's place has been sold to a Mr. Babcock.
The members of the second division of the Ladies' Aid society of the Methodist church gave a colonial dinner at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Louis J. Pierson, 730 Lake avenue, Tuesday evening for themselves and husbands.
It seems a pity that our beautiful village should be so disfigured with waste papers, as it sometimes is along Wilmette avenue, and is now all around the terminus of the elevated railroad. Is there no one in authority to check such disorder?
Mr. Edw. gage of Kirksville, Mo., returned to his home after a ewek's visit with his wife and relatives, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Lee, 1010 Central avenue. He brought with him his little son Gwynn, who has undergone an operation. Mrs. Gage and son will return later.
About twenty-four young people were very delightfully entertained at the home of Miss Eleanor Nicholes, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. D. H. Nicholes, 816 Forest avenue, Saturday evening, Feb. 15. It was a valentine party, the decorations and refreshments carrying out the idea.
The stewards in preparation for the "World in Chicago" meet every Tuesday evening with the trainer, Mrs. Milton R. Baker, and now number twelve. There are eight who will take in the pageants. Mrs. Ralph H. Rice is secretary of pageants.
Mrs. R. W. Brand and daughter, Serena, of San Francisco, Cal., were guests of Dr. and Mrs. Byron C. Stolp during the week. They are just returning from a trip abroad and stopped on their way home. The Stolps met them while abroad and had many pleasant days together.
Mrs. E. H. Rexford of Blue Island and Mrs. C. L. Fuller and Miss Davidson of Chicago, who were here for the wedding of Miss Eleanor Day to Mr. John David Jones, which took place Saturday afternoon, remained here Sunday as the guests of Mr. and Mrs. F. D. Day of 810 Oakwood avenue.