Mr. Carl Johnson is quite ill.
Mrs. G. M. Hubbard has returned after an extended visit in Milwaukee.
Mr. G. H. McIllvane is building a new house on Green Bay Road.
Miss Olive Taylor has returned after spending five weeks in Chicago.
Miss Rose Enright, who has been ill with tonsilitis, is improving.
Mrs. Bowers is visiting at the home of her son, E. K. Bowers.
Mrs. Watson of Spring Lake, Michigan, is visiting at the home of her son, C. B. Watson.
Miss Ruth Forberg entertained the Young Ladies' guild of the Glencoe M. E. Church last Friday afternoon.
Mr. William Nethercott has returned after spending several weeks in St. Louis.
Mrs. F. N. Whitney is visiting at the home of her daughter, Mrs. C. Wortley.
Miss Helen Schneider is visiting at the home of her brother, W. N. Schneider, on Asbury avenue.
Mrs. C. M. Recktenwald spent a few days last week with Mrs. James Dingwell.
Mr. and Mrs. John Hardin, have returned from California, where they have been spending several months.
Miss M. Taylor of Chicago spent Sunday and Monday with friends and relatives.
Mrs. A. R. Metcalf of Chicago spent the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Fitzgerald.
Miss Dora Williamson, formerly of Kenilworth, was out for the play and dance Saturday night.
Mr. Norman Malcolm has sold his residence on Burr avenue to Mr. Dally, who will occupy it. Mr. Malcolm is returning to a ranch in North Dakota.
Mr. and Mrs. Karl Magnuson have returned from Galena, Illinois, where they attended the funeral of Mrs. Magnuson's mother.
Mr. A. L. Loomer, who has been staying at the home of J. L. Linville, has returned to his home in Benton Harbor, Michigan.
Mr. Henry Fresch has returned from a trip to West Baden, Indiana, and Louisville, Kentucky. He was delayed by the flood in Southern Indiana.