Master Frank Blymyer, son of B. F. Blymyer, is sick with scarlet fever.
Mr. John D. Couffer went to Pittsburgh Monday.
The Comanche club met with Mrs. John C. Mannerud, 1119 Lake Avenue, Tuesday afternoon.
The Drama circle met with Mrs. Jas. D. Colt, 1236 Greenwood Avenue, Wednesday.
Mr. G. W. Kibby was called to Boston last week on account of the death of an uncle.
The German study class met with Mrs. H. J. Smith, 806 Oakwood Avenue, Monday afternoon.
The Luncheon club will meet with Mrs. M. C. Beymer, 632 Hill St., Thursday.
Mrs. Charles Evans and daughter left last week for her former home in Missouri to be gone a couple of weeks.
Miss Marion Roberts is recovering from an illness which has lasted for about three weeks.
A valuable horse owned by Mr. A. S. Van Deusen died Sunday evening after three days illness.
Mrs. W. D. Matthews, 1521 Lake Avenue, entertained the Tri-weekly Club Saturday evening of last week.
Mrs. R. S. Childs of Winnetka entertained the Merry Matrons Wednesday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Hastings entertained their bridge club at dinner Wednesday.
Miss Lucile Hall of Fond du Lac is visiting her cousin, Miss Dorothy Hyde, of 721 Elmwood Avenue.
Mrs. Arthur W. Allen, 10 29 13th [Thirteenth] Street, entertained Monday afternoon.
Mrs. Panushka is ill at the home of her son, MR. Will Waidner, 1046 Greenwood Avenue.
Mrs. Daniel Macauley of Windsor Park is the guest of her son, Mr. D. B. Macauley, 820 Lake Avenue.
The Thursday Luncheon Club will be entertained by Mrs. G. F. Butler this week.
Mrs. Stone, mother of Mrs. Charles Paterson, 418 10th [tenth] St., has been ill for some time.
Mr. and Mrs. William S. Freeman left for Cleveland Monday to be gone a short time.
Mrs. Mattison of Minneaolis, Minnesota, is guest of Mrs. Frank L. Tolman of Lake Avenue.
The Boxer club were entertained at dinner by Dr. and Mrs. J. Lloyd Hammond, 833 Greenwood avenue, Monday evening.
Mrs. Lloyd S. Lowrie and son have returned from a trip through the south, where they have been for several weeks.
Mr. E. J. Kelly of the Sanitary District commission, and family, will occupy the Thompson home on Linden avenue.
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas C. Moulding left yesterday for Pinehurst, North Carolina. Mr. Moulding is in poor health and hopes to recover by the trip.
Mrs. Charles E. Casey and family, 1132 Lake Avenue, have returned to their home, which has been vacant for some time.
Mr. Arthur J. Taylor and son have been making a tour of the eastern cities, visiting Washington at the time of the inauguration.
Mr. Edward J. Man, 1152 Central Avenue, left for the west on a business trip of six or eight weeks duration, Tuesday morning.
Mrs. Edmond Dalton, 1625 Lake Avenue, will entertain the Five Hundred evening club and some out of town friends Saturday evening.
The Parents' club of the Wilmette Logan school will meet next Monday afternoon, March 17, at 2:30 p.m. The ladies are requested to bring their sewing.
Mr. Frank Simmons and family are to occupy the Stuart home on the corner of Lake and Eleventh Streets while their residence on Ashland, near Eleventh St., is being built.
Mr. A. J. Seymour, father of Mrs. Frank C. Nason, left last Thursday evening to go to Los Angeles, California, where he will stay for a couple of months.
The Men's Club held their regular monthly meeting Tuesday evening. Mr. Bruce Arnsbary, an interpreter of dialect literature, and the Illinois quartet furnished the entertainment.
Mrs. F. M. Wood of 753 12th [Twelfth] Street received word Sunday of the sudden death of her husband, Mr. Frank M. Wood, who was away on a business trip in the south.
The young ladies auxiliary of the Woman's Club are busy getting ready for their play, "The Suffraget," which is to be given on the afternoon of March 11. [unclear]
Mr. and Mrs. Hall, who have been occupying Mrs. Barry's home on Greenleaf avenue, have recently bought the Hildebrandt house, corner Forest and Seventh.
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Dr. George [illegible] Sunday evening from a [illegible] New Orleans, where he [illegible] before the surgeons and [illegible] of the Illinois Central [illegible].
At a meeting of the Royal Arcanum, Monday evening, [illegible] L. Scheidenhelm and [illegible] Drake told of their trip [illegible]. Mr. Scheidenhelm [illegible]his scientific observations and Mr. Drake witih the scenic features [illegible]
The Wilmette Woman's Christian Temperance Union [illegible] met with Mrs. George Hughes [illegible] Central avenue, or Tuesday [illegible] 2:30 p.m. This will be [unclear] meeting, the subject being [unclear] mother be her child's best friend.
Mr. and Mrs. Peter Steffens, Wilmette avenue near [unclear] street, are receiving congratulations of their friends upon the arrival of a baby boy, which [unclear] Sunday, February 2.
Mrs. [unclear], Elmwood avenue, celebrated her seventeenth birthday Thursday, March 6, by entertaing a few of her girl friends at luncheon and ater at the theater.
Earl Gowing of 630 [unclear] Washington avenue, will be the representative of the Chicago Latin School to accompany a party of one hundred American boys on a trip through Europe. They will sail from Montreal June 28th and travel for about two months.
Mrs. Helen May Bristol, mother of Mrs. J. D. Decker, [unclear] Greenwood avenue, died Friday, February 28, at the home of her granddaughter, Mrs. J. A. Volls, in Wellington, Kansas. Mrs. Bristol had many friends in Wilmette who extend their sympathy to Mrs. Decker in her bereavement.
Mrs. Martha W. Moores, wife of Charles Moores and mother of a daughter nine years old, died at her home, 325 Central avenue, after a lingering illness. The funeral services were conducted by the Rev. T. K. Gale Monday afternoon at 3 o'clock, and the remains taken to Watervliet, N. Y.
Friday night, the Social Set dancing club of Wilmette will hold the second of their series of four informal dances at the library hall. The first dance was held Friday, February 28. Mr. and Mrs. Northam and Mr. and Mrs. Gates acted as chaperons and a most delightful evening was spent by all.
The Travel club were entertained at the home of Mrs. Byron C. Stolp, 929 13th [thirteenth] Street, at a French luncheon last Tuesday. Mrs. Edward Corrette read a paper on "Lyons and the Rhone Valley." The table decorations were emblematic of the subject of the day, fleur de lis and French flags being used for favors. French prunes, a specialty of Touraine, and candied berries were served.