Mrs. Percy Hood has returned from New York. Mrs. Siegel, mother of the village marshal, is ill with pheumonia. Art Lundquist had a stroke of paralysis Monday. Mrs. R. D. Coy entertained informally Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Otto R. Barnett entertained the Friday Afternoon Bridge club Friday. Mrs. John C. Parry enterained with a luncheon Wednesday. The Royal Neighbors met at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Austin Armstrong last night. Mrs. Fred Ebert entertained the Ladies Sewing club on Thursday afternoon. Mr. Robert Davis and daughter, Miss Dorothy, returned last week from Florida. Misses Leslie and Helen Pope are boarding at the Girton school during their parents' absence in the south. Mrs. Harry B. Boardman gave a small informal card party Wednesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Max McDowell are expected home Saturday. They have been traveling in the south. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Borgwardt of Chicago visited friends in Glencoe and Schermerville Sunday. The all-day meeting of the Woman's guild of the Union churce met Tuesday. Luncheon was served at 12:15. Miss Ethel De Lang was hostess to the Thursday Evening Bridge club. Feb. 27. Prudence Goodspeed entertained a number of her little friends Monday with a birthday party. Mrs. E. T. Bush has as her guest her sister, Mrs. Schulte of Houghton, Mich. Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Meyer, Miss Elsie Ray and Daniel have returned from a trip through California. Mrs. William S. Southerland and daughter Jane left Tuesday, Feb. 25 for Pinehurst, N. C. Mrs. H. H. Brigham, Miss Edith and Master Henry left last week for Maitland, Fla. The infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Casper was christened Sunday, March 2. A daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Lawrence Saturday, March 1. Mrs. Muellenhauer entertained a few friends Thursday afternoon, Feb., 27. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Behrens entertained a number of friends Tuesday in honor of Mr. Beherens birthday. Mr. James Abbott announces the engagement of his daughter, Bonnie Edwins, to William L. Pattison of Chicago. Mrs. Samuel G. Goss has returned from Maitland, Fla. Mr. Goss and daughter, Miss Hazel, will remain for some weeks longer. Mrs. James P. Brewster has been giving a series of afternoon teas, the fourth of which was held Friday, Feb. 28. Mr. Henry Taylor, who has beem with the People's Gas Light & Coke company for forty-seven years, has been retired on a pension. Mrs. Albert Olson entertained a few friends at dinner Saturday evening. The Henry T. Smiths left for Florida last week. An illustrated address was given Sunday evening by Rev. A. W. Patten, D.D., professor of Biblical literature at Northwestern university on "How the English Bible came to Us." Twenty-six young people enjoyed a sleigh ride Thurday evening. After the sleigh ride refreshments were served at the home of Miss Elsie Jost, Vernon avenue. The Men's league of the Glencoe Union church will hold its annual meeting and banquet on Monday evening, March 10. The speakers will be men who attract general attention, and assisting in the program will be some artists from Chicago. "Mrs. Temple's Telegram" will be given at the public school auditorium Thurday evening, March 13, for the benefit of the Community gymnasium. Reserved seats, 75 cents; general admission, 50 cents. A fellowship dinner was held at the Woman's Library club by members and friends of the Methodist Episcopal church Thursday evening. Mr. T. C. Northrope was toastmaster. A musical program was given during the evening. Dr. and Mrs. Fred P. Patten, Dr. and Mrs. Dwight C. Orcutt, Dr. and Mrs. Harrison L. Mettler attended the banquet given in the Louis XIV room at the Hotel La Salle Tuesday evening, Feb. 25, for Dr. S. Wier Mitchell. Mr. Hayes has purchased the Bell greenhouse. The Glencoe Equal Suffrage association met Monday afternoon, Feb. 24 at the home of Mrs. Sherman Booth. Mrs. Atchison, former dean of Northwestern university, gave an address on "Suffrage the World Movement," and Mrs. Booth gave an interesting report of her work as chairman of legislative work for the state of Illinois.