Mr. Mark Cressap returned Wednesday from a business trip to New York. Mrs. Cecil Page gave a luncheon Friday. Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Maher, who have been in Cuba, have returned. Miss Kate Morrison of Jackson, Minn., visited the Misses Louise and Isabel Lovedale last week. The many friends of Mrs. Lovedale will be sorry to hear that she is still confined to her bed. Mr. and Mrs. Grimes of Portsmouth, O., are visiting Mr. and Mrs. C. L. McCloud of Cumnor road. Mr. and Mrs. Ruf are now occupying the house on Cumnor road formerly occupied by Mr. and Mrs. Hand. Mr. J. C. Murray was in Toronto, Canada, last week, visiting his old friends. Mrs. Stolp and Mrs. George Keehn returned last week from a two weeks' trip through the east. Mr. White, formerly of Kenilworth, was calling on his old friends last week. Mrs. Hurlbert of Oxford road entertained several of her friends at tea last Monday. Dr. and Mrs. Charles Adams of Kenilworth have taken an apartment in the Chandler building. Mrs. Walker, who has been spending the winter with her sister, Mrs. S. C. Eastman, is now visiting her daughter in Michigan. Mr. Lynn Willis, who has been in business in Detroit for the past year, in visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Willis. Mrs. Allen returned Tuesday from the east, where she visited her daughter, Priscilla, who is attending Wellesly college. Mr. Haslem, formerly of Kenilworth, was in town last week. Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Laughlin gave a dinner Monday night for the tango class. They entertained even couples. Miss Dorothy Coolidge, who is here from Detroit, visiting her aunt, Mrs. F. W. Coolidge, played before Mme. Bloomfield-Zeisler Tuesday. Edward Parmelee was given a book of bowling tickers last week for having the highest score ever bowled by a Kenilworth boy. He bowled 202. Miss Charlotte Freise entertained the cast of "Lady Patricia" Monday night. Much merriment was caused when the guests burlesqued Lady Patricia. Mr. and Mrs. R. Gilkey left Thursday for New York. They have closed their home at the head of Kenilworth avenue and expect to make New York their home. The Misses Carol Horswell, Priscilla allen and Lucy Chandler, former New Trier students and Kenilworth girls, now students and Wellesly, received honors in mathematics in the freshman class. Mr. Percy B. Eckhart lectured in Heidelberg, Strassburg and Ingolsheim last week, and will lecture on Paris and Fontainbleau next week. There will be but one more lecture, on March 16, on Versailles, Brussels and Antwerp. Mr. and Mrs. A. Shreve Badger have sold their home on Essex road and have taken an apartment in the Chandler building, 33 Bellevue place, which they expect to occupy after the return of Mrs. Badger from California the latter part of March.