Miss Dorothy Flood entertained her club with a dance Saturday night.
Mrs. Hurlbert of Oxford road entertained a few of her friends at tea Monday.
Miss Ethel Purtell of Madison, Wis., spent the week end with [word illegible] Everett.
Mrs. Mertz of Cincinnati, O., is visiting her daughter, Mrs. L. B. Kuppenheimer.
Mrs. Corbin entertained a few of her out-of-town friends at tea Sunday evening.
The three small children of Mr. T. G. Lange, who have been ill with grip, are much better.
Miss Charlotte Parmelee and Olive Bulley are on the sick list. Both of them have scarlet fever.
Mt. Charles C. Oliver is conducting the Woman's Bible class at the Presbyterian church in Wilmette.
Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Wing have reopened their home on Chestnut street after spending six weeks in Lansing, Mich.
Mrs. Howard Durham, who has been visiting her aunt in New Orleans for the past three weeks, returned home Sunday.
Thursday, March 6, Mrs. Kasten will have charge of German day of the Neighbors' at her residence on Melrose avenue.
Mrs. Claude Burnham entertained her cousin, Laurence Barrett, of Minneapolis, over Sunday. Mr. Barrett is attending school at Notre Dame. Ind.
Alpha Gamma Delta sorority of Northwestern university held initiation at the home of Miss Charlotte R. Everett. After the initiation a banquet was served.
Dr. H. H. Everett and Mrs. J. C. Everett were among the alumni of the old Chicago university, who attended the banquet Saturday evening at the Palmer House.
New Trier High school expects one of the prizes to be given by Everybody's Magazine for the solution of the plot of a murder story. The prizes will be awarded next month.
A smoker has been planned by the Kenilworth club for Tuesday, March 4. Mr. E. D. Parmelee is head of the committee, and all of the men are looking forward to a good time.
Mrs. Walker, who has been spending the winter with her sister, Mrs. S. C. Eastman, has left for a visit to her daughter's home in Michigan.
Mrs. Lovedale is still confined to her home by illness.
The last of the four lectures, "Brides of Ancient Song," by Miss Julia S. Henry, was given Tuesday Feb. 25, at the residence of Mrs. Grant Ridgeway on Cumberland avenue. The subject was "Beatrice D'Este."
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Armstrong expect to return to Kenilworth, March 1, and will leave immediately for a two weeks' visit with Mrs. Armstrong's sister in Menominee. they will return to Kenilworth the middle of March.
The Kenilworth gymnasium announces open night Friday, Feb. 28, at 8 o'clock. All members and friends are cordially invited. The program includes bowling, volleyball and basketball. Prizes will be given and refreshments served.
The last meeting of the Neighbors in February was held today. Mr. John L. Whitman lectured on "Some Problems of the Modern Philanthropist." The class in parliamentary law met at 1:15 p. m. at the residence of Mrs. Highbee on Cumnor road.
The class in Tango and one-step at the Kenilworth Assembly hall, under the instruction of Miss Frances Benedict of Evanston, was very well attended Monday night. There were about fifty present, and so much enthusiasm was aroused many more are expected next week. Another class under Miss Collins meets Wednesdays.
Mr. John L. Whitman, the speaker at the Neighbors' this week, has had charge of the county jail in Chicago for several years and has some very interesting experiences to relate. Mrs. Jackson of Wilmette will give several vocal selections. The next meeting will be March 13. Etchings by Mr. Earl H. Reed, and music by Mrs. Andrews and Mrs. Gilkey.
The inn in Kenilworth is to change hands. After extensive repairs, both inside and out, the newly furnished inn will be opened some time in May. Mrs. Witherbee of Kenilworth will have charge of it, and her many friends wish her great success in her new enterprise. Miss Cook has been quite ill this winter, and expects to take a smaller house in Winnetka.