Mr. W. C. Shurtieff is in Boston this week. Mrs. J. B. Olwin entertained her club Tuesday afternoon, March 5. Jerry Todd is in the Evanston hospital. Prof. Taylor Melville of St. John's university made his parents a flying visit during the week. Mrs. Goddaris of Edgewater is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Baldwin, 212 Woodbine avenue. Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Mathews, 1521 Lake avenue, will entertain their bridge club Saturday evening. The Monday reading club met with Mrs. Julian C. Smith, 826 Greenwood avenue last Monday. Miss Elizabeth McCue, is home from the hospital. Mrs. Frank Scheidenheim went to Mendota the latter part of the week to visit her mother. Mrs. H. K. Snider met with a serious accident Friday night when she fell and broke her wrist. Mrs. A. P. Foose of Elmwood avenue is entertaining her sister, Mrs. E. M. Baltes of Fort Wayne, Ind. Mrs. Albert W. Hawkes, 714 Central avenue, entertained her bridge club Tuesday afternoon, Feb. 25. Dr. and Mrs. R. S. Patillo and daughter have gone to Florida for an extended visit. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Maas have left for a trip to Panama and the West Indies. Mr. Edw. Gearing of Toronto, Canada, was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Clifton L. Keith, 222 Ninth street, last week. Miss Charlotte Springer, 430 Hill street, entertained about twenty-five of her school friends with a sleighing party last Friday evening. Mrs. Chas. Haskins of Glencoe, formerly of Wilmette, is in Summerville, S.C. She is accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Henry Pierce Pope. Rev. Roy E. Bowers was called to Rootstown, O., to preach the funeral sermon of a friend. He will visit Ashland, O., his old home. The ladies of the first division of the Methodist Ladies' Aid society met with Mrs. Byron Stolp Monday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Bartholomew, 607 Forest avenue, are contemplating making their home in New York city in the near future. Mrs. J. D. Decker, 901 Greenwood avenue, was called to Wellington, Kan., on account of the serious illness of her mother, Mrs. Bristol. The report has been received from Rochestern, Minn., of the death of Harry I. Mills, a former resident of Wilmette. Junior Anderson gave a sleighing party to his friends Friday afternoon. Mrs. Bell and Mr. Anderson chaperoned the party. Mrs. Peter R. Finley entertained about twenty-five friends Tuesday evening in honor of the birthday of her husband. Mrs. Charles Schlosser, 621 Elmwood avenue, was recently called to Michigan on account of the death of his sister. Mrs. A. F. Osborn of Augusta, Ill, on her return from a trip through California and New Mexico, visited with Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Dart, 706 Greenleaf avenue. The Public School Art league of Wilmette will hold its regular monthly board meeting Tuesday, March 11, at 10 a. m. a the home of Mrs. S. S. Dingee, 932 Lake avenue. Mr. and Mrs. George Van Dyke entertained a company of friends Monday evening in honor of their friend, Mrs. S. A. Barber of St. Louis, who is visiting here. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lyth Morley, 1204 Ashland avenue, have announced the engagement of their daughter, Gertrude, to James Herbert Walker of Detroit. The Neighborhood circle met at the home of Mrs. Frank Watt, 811 Ashland avenue, Tuesday. She was assisted by the Mesdames Frank and Ed Scheidenhelm, Roberts and Peirce. The Tuesday Card club was entertained by Mrs. Ira M. Hatch Feb. 25. George Van Dyke entertained with a sleighing party last Saturday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Dumbleton, who have been living in the home of H. S. Judd, 729 Ninth street, expect to leave Wilmette soon to make their home in Indianapolis, Ind. Mr. and Mrs. P. H. Heffron, 680 Forest avenue, will spend the rest of the winter at Hotel Royal Palm, Fort Myers, Fla. Their daughter, Miss Elisabeth, is in school at Saint Clara's college, Slusinawa, Wis. The Fellowship club will meet at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Couffer, 903 Lake avenue, Friday evening. Misses Dorothy and Helen Buts will entertain a few of their friends at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Emil Buts Saturday evenng, March 8. Mrs. O. C. Eastman entertained the H. and W. club Tuesday evening. The club of men who play team whist met at the home of Mr. Arthur Allen, 1029 Thirteenth street, Monday evening. On the same evening the wives of these men were entertained at the home of Mrs. Renneckar, 1022 Eleventh street. Mrs. Robert Stoddard, 524 Lake avenue, entertained in honor of her mother, Mrs. MacAdam, of New York, taking a few friends for a sleigh ride last Friday afternoon. They stopped at her home later for refreshments. Monday, March 10 at 8 p. m., the New Trier Township association will hold a meeting in the Wilmette State bank for the election of officers and the discussion of the village election and the advisability of a central delivery of orders. The last of Miss Henry's lectures, which was to have been given at the home of Mrs. J. B. Greiner, was given at the home of Mrs. Wm. Freeman, 711 Lake avenue, last Monday afternoon. The subject was "Beatrice D'Este." This series has been very enjoyable. It is reported that Mrs. D. L. Taylor, a former resident of Wilmette, has purchased the home of Mrs. Harry S. Griswold on Michigan avenue, to which she will make some additions. Mrs. Griswold has bought the home on Seventh street formerly occupied by the Smart family. The Parents' club of the Logan school met Monday afternoon. Mrs. Alvin Butz spoke of the plan and object of work for domestic science day in the Woman's club, and Mrs. Thurston, probation officer for Wilmette, Kenilworth and Winnetka, told of her experience in her work. Friday evening, March 7, the parents and friends of the school are invited for a social evening. Miss Ellis, head teacher of English literature of the Elgin high school, will talk. Light refreshments will be served. A concert was given by the University Trio, composed of Mr. and Mrs. Kuehn and Mrs. Hazel Eden-Mudge, on Thursday evening, Feb., 27. It was a most delightful evening, each performer being an artist in the number given. The next concert will be given Friday afternoon, March 14 at 3:30, at the Woman's club building. Frances Lee Shoecraft will give an interpretation of Maeterlinck's "Blue Bird" and William Griswold Smith will give humorous lyrics and ballads.