Mr. Lawrence McCurdy is ill with scarlet fever. Mrs. James P. Dike gave a tea on Wednesday afternoon, March 19. Miss Helen Calhoun is home from the University of Wisconsin for the Easter vacation. Mrs. Chas. Hess entertained with auction bridge Thursday afternoon. There were four tables. Miss Bernice Trude is at home from Ferry Hall, Lake Forest, for the Easter vaction. Miss Hermona Shirk arrived home last week from California, where she has spent the winter. Miss Beatrice King is home from "Stonts," Menominee, Wis., for the Easter vacation. Miss Margaret Coyy is home from Waterman Hall for the Easter vacation. The William Claveys moved into their new home on Fletcher avenue Thursday. Mrs. Harriett Postle of Columbus, Ohio, is the guest of her daughter, Mrs. Fred Patton. Mr. Ray Dadle of Regina, Saskatchewan, Can., was the guest of Mr. Ben Schnur last week. Mrs. Cook of Kenilworth has taken a five years llease of the Ligore property and will open a private hotel. Mrs. John Beck entertained Miss O'Connor and Miss Martha Beck of Chicago over Sunday. Mrs. R. D. Coy of Greenleaf avenue entertained with a musical Tuesday afternoon, March 25. Mrs. Henry Behrens, who had an attack of appendicitis last week, is much improved. Frederick Grabo, son of Mr. and Mrs. Otto Grabo, is ill with bronchial pneumonia. Miss Hoploytner and Mr. Bode from Chicago spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Lawrence. A service for the baptism of children was held at the St. Elizabeth church Sunday afternoon. The regular mid-week meetings of the Glencoe Union church are held on Wednesday evenings at 8 o'clock-all are welcome. Mr. and Mrs. Mort Samaders and little daughter spent the week end with Mr. and Mrs. Will Schnur. The little son of Mr. and Mrs. Pietro De Cesare died Sunday, March 16, of bronchial pneumonia. Mr. A. B. Jones and family have moved into their new home on Bluff street. Mr. Frank Boardman of Milwaukee was a guest at the home of his brother, Mr. H. B. Boardman, last week. The 'Ladies' Aid of the Methodist Episcopal church met Tuesday afternoon, March 25, at the home of Mrs. Geo. E. Baude of Woodlawn avenue. Mr. Chas. Borncamp has purchased the Babcock property in the Sylvan Newhall subdivision and will take possession next month. Mrs. Fred Patton and Miss Dresser entertained thee Basket club at luncheon Friday March 21, at the home of Mrs. Patton. Covers were laid for sixteen. The Women's guild of the Glencoe Union church met in the church parlors Tuesday afternoon. The work in hand was tying comforters. Tea was served. The class in gymnastics which meets Wednesday mornings at the Union church did not meet last Wednesday owing to a slight indisposition of Miss Kingman, the teacher. The class will not meet again until after the spring vacation. The Young Ladies' guild of the Methodist Episcopal church will meet with Mrs. C. A. Forberg, Hubbard Woods, tomorrow afternoon at 2:30. Miss Georgene Faulkner, "the story lady," will entertain the children on children's afternoon at the Women's Library club Saturday, March 29. A very attractive exhibition of the paintings of Mrs. Aleta Willets Burnham of Hubbard Woods is being shown at Marshall Field's. Mrs. Burnham is a former student and teacher at the Art Institute and her many friends and pupils in Glencoe are glad of this opportunity to view her excellent work. Thirty-six ladies attended the lecture given by Miss Julia Henry at the home of Mrs. Louis Hopkins Monday afternoon, March 17. "Judith of Bethulia," the first lecture of the series, was well received and the ladies were enthusiastic in their praise of Miss Henry as a lecturer. After the lecture refreshments were served. The second of the lectures, "Francesco la Rimni," will be given at the home of Mrs. George P. Pope Monday afternoon. On account of the service held under the auspices of the Sunday school at Glencoe Union church Sunday afternoon the Young People's Pleasant Sunday Afternoon club did not hold its regular meeting. Next Sunday evening at 7:30 there will be a stereopticon lecture, the subject of which will be "The World in Chicago," given under the auspices of the Young People's Pleasant Sunday Afternoon club, to which all are cordially invited.