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A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. [damaged] Sunday Feb. 2. The Men's League gave a dinner Monday evening at the church. Miss Bartholf and Mr. Herbert Barthof have been home for a visit from Ann Arbor. The Misses Beinlish gave a party Tuesday evening. All had a very pleasant evening. Mr. George Clementi died last Saturday. The burial was Tuesday at Rosehill cemetery. Mr. Knox of Duluth, Minn., spend the week end with his brother, Mr. Geo. Knox on Greenwood avenue. Glencoe will miss a familiar face at the depot. H. W. Meline, the operator has taken up work at Winnetka station. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Brandt entertained Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Jackson and daughter of Chicago on Sunday, Febreuary 9. The Ladies Aid of the Methodist Episcopal church met Tuesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. I. E. Marsh, Vernon avenue. The Women's guild of the Church of St. Elizabeth met Tuesday, Feb. 11 at the home of Mrs. G. H. Morris on Greenwood avenue. Mrs. Mike Schramm, who went to California some time ago, is gaining so rapidly that she intends to take a trip to the Klondike later. Mrs. Wightman passed away Sunday morning. Services were held at the home on Bluff street Tuesday. Interment was at McHenry, Ill. Fire broke out at the home of Mr. Lloyd in Hubbard Woods. Glencoe volunteer fire department was called and the blaze was soon checked. Fire started in the home of George Griffith Saturday morning, but the Glencoe volunteer fire department soon had the blaze under control. The Young Women's guild of the Methodist Episcopal church will meet tomorrow afternoon with Miss Isabel [damaged] Oak street, Winnetka. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Flanders entertained informally Wednesday evening for the Misses Ziesing and Miss Brigham who left Friday for the south. Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Meline entertained Mr. and Mrs. T. Mathieson and daughter from Kenilworth Sunday. All had a very pleasant evening. A complete motion picture production in five parts of Oliver Twist as played by Nat Goodwin was given at the Glencoe public school Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Basil Moorer were surprised by a party of friends Sunday evening. There were eighteen present, all of whom enjoyed a very pleasant evening. Refreshments were served. Dr. M. N. Darling, who was operated on last Monday at Augustana hospital, passed away Saturday afternoon. Services were held at the Glencoe Union church Wednesday, Feb. 13. Interment at Duluth. The Women's Missionary society of Glencoe met Tuesday afternoon, Feb. 11, at the home of Mrs. George J. Pope. The ladies brought small gifts for use in the hospital and school at Shanou, China, where Dr. Lucy and Miss Frances Bennett are doing mission work. Mr. Robert Pope and Mr. Max Grubo returned Sunday from Florida after a very pleasant trip. They having guns with them, spent a great deal of their time hunting alligators and other game, starting from Palm Beach in a motor boat on a ten-day camping trip through the Everglades to Lake Okochobee, a distance of about 220 miles. It is said that they killed alligators rangint from three to twelve feet in length, bringing back eight of them.