MR. and Mrs. Fred M. Webster will move May 1 to 2304 Central Street.
Mr. George H. Scurlock, 824 [unclear] Hinman avenue left Tuesday on a six weeks' business trip.
Mr. Aaron Cutting, 1932 Orrington avenue, returned Saturday from Howe Military School.
Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Poppenhusen, 653 Michigan avenue, returned Wednesday from Florida.
Mrs. Squire Rush Harris, 1316 Judson avenue, has as her guest, Mrs. G. Mellor of Malvern, Iowa.
The Sigma Alpha Iota sorority will give a dance Saturday evening, April 12, at the Woman's Club.
Miss J. D. Terras, 944 Asbury avenue, entertained Tuesday afternoon in honor of Mrs. C. L. Burch.
Mrs. Fred Connor entertained the Music Study class Monday at her home, 125 Dempster Street.
Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Moore, 1300 Main street, will leave this week for a month's visit in Caldwell, Idaho.
Miss Grace McElwain of Kenosha, Wis., was the week-end guest of Miss Bertha Moore, 2403 Prairie avenue.
Mrs. H. B. Cutting, 1922 Orrington avenue, gave a delightful dance Monday evening in honor of her son, Aaron V. Cutting.
Mr. and Mrs. William Thompson and family have moved this week from the Greenwood Inn to 1028 Hinman avenue.
Mr. Edward Dawason will return this week from Cornell University.
Martha Mathison, 825 [unclear] Chicago avenue, aged 12 years, was taken Saturday to St. Francis hospital with scarlet fever.
Mr. Curtis Rainy, 326 Dempster street, was removed Saturday to St. Francis hospital, suffering from scarlet fever.
Mrs. Louis A. Wheeler, 1028 Elmwood avenue, has as her guest her mother Mrs. C. B. Fuller of Mount Vernon, New York.
Mrs. Clarence C. Raetz, 919 Hinman avenue, underwent a successful operation at St. Francis hospital Saturday. She is doing well.
Mrs. John H. Long of the Newstead entertained informally Wednesday afternoon a few friends. Two tables of cards were played.
Mrs. Lew Aabye, 1516 Sherman avenue, left Monday night for a week's visit with her mother, Mrs. Henry C. Driggs, at Moline, Illinois.
Mr. Lester Parke, principal of Geneva, Ill., high school, has been visiting Mrs. M. W. Ormes, 647 Judson avenue, for a few days.
Mrs. Albert Graff, 846 Judson avenue, entertained a number of Chicago friends at dinner Sunday. Covers were laid for fourteen.
Miss Eleanor Van Vlissingen, 315 Davis street, has returned to Milwaukee Downer seminary, after spending the Easter vacation at home.
Miss Isabel Hardie, 911 Hinman avenue, and Miss Lillian Elliott, who has been Miss Hardie's guest for a short time, returned to Albion college Tuesday.
The Visitation Alumni auxiliary will hold their next meeting, April 16, in the Evanston Woman's club building. Father H. P. Smyth will be the speaker.
Mrs. Royal J. Whitlock, 2608 Park place, will give an auction party this afternoon at 2 o'clock. Eight tables will be played. The rooms will be prettily decorated in spring flowers.
Mrs. P. Schwin and daughter, Helen, of Elkhart, Indiana, will be the guests this week of Mrs. James Roy Ozanne, 2627 Stewart avenue. Miss Schwin expects to enter Northwestern next year.
Dr. Cosner and Mack Cosner are safe with their family in Dayton, Ohio.
The North Shore Neighborhood club met Saturday night at the Orrington avenue school.
Mrs. A. S. Best, 1936 Orrington avenue, went to New York Monday for a three weeks' trip.
Prof. and Mrs. E. P. Baillot [unclear], 426 Hamilton street, will return this week from a trip to New York.
Mrs. J. F. Henderson, 919 Asbury avenue, will give a tea this week in honor of Mrs. C. L. Burch.
Mrs. John F. Strickler, 553 Sherman avenue, entertained the Neighborhood Club of ten ladies Friday afternoon at her home.
Mr. William H. Rankin, 1722 Ridge avenue, and family, will move May 1 to the home of Prof. Walter Dill Scott, 2036 Orrington avenue.