Little Bobbie McAllen has scarlet fever.
Mr. John Day has returned from Micco, Florida.
Mrs. James P. Brewster entertained last Friday.
Mrs. P. N. Hood entertained Tuesday afternoon.
Mr. James H. Hirsch returned last week from Orlando, Florida.
Mrs. Alex Smith, daughter and son, have moved to Ravinia.
Mrs. Colman Martin entertained at tea Thursday afternoon.
Miss Margaret Heuer entertained Tuesday evening, April 2.
A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. John Miller Monday, March 31.
Mrs. Norman Williams entertained with bridge Thursday afternoon.
Mrs. William S. Crosby is in New York city visiting her daughter.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles J. Mortimer returned last week from Panama.
Mrs. Wilbur S. Sample entertained the Bridge club Friday afternoon.
Mrs. Ruth Schnur entertained the Basket club with a luncheon Friday.
Charlotte and Rodney Wilkins of Grove street are ill with the mumps.
Mrs. Charles Whitelaw returned last Tuesday, April 2, from Palm Beach, Florida.
One of the daughters of Mrs. A. B. Jones of Bluff St. is ill with the mumps.
Mr. and Mrs. G. M. King of Chicago spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kelling.
The Royal Neighbors met with Mrs. P. W. Armstrong Wednesday evening, April 2.
Miss Kingman resumed her classes in gymnastics at the Union Church Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. H. V. Richardson expect to move to their bungalow on Skokie Road soon.
Miss D'Arcy Orde entertained with a dinner Saturday evening. Covers were laid for ten.
Mrs. Albert Dennis left for Toronto, Canada, Tuesday, April 1, accompanied by Madame Dennis.
Mrs. Gaythorne and Miss Pamela Gaythorne are guests of Mr. and Mrs. Hamilton Robinson.
Mrs. Max M. Markwell and son, Robert, returned last week from French Lick Springs.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Andrews entertained with bridge Friday evening for Miss Pamela Gaythorne.
Mrs. Benjamin Newhall gave a bridge party Tuesday evening, April 1. There were six tables.
Mrs. Charles Dwight Budd, Jr., has rented Mrs. Marc N. Darling's residence on Railroad avenue.
The Sewing club of the Lutheran Evangelical church met Thursday at the home of Mrs. Fred Ebert.
Several Glencoe people attended the birthday and card party given by the Eastern Star lodge at Ravinia.
The Women's Missionary society of the Union church met Tuesday with Mrs. D. H. Cornell at the Manse.
Little Jame Stewart, who was operated on at the Evanston hospital for the removal of tonsils, is getting along nicely.
Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Smith and daughters, Dorothy and Gertrude
were expected home from Florida, Saturday.
The Young Women's guild of the Methodist Episcopal Church will meet with Miss Edna Powers April 11, at 3 o'clock.
Mrs. E. J. Sherwin entertained the membership committee of the Glencoe Equal Suffrage Association at luncheon Saturday.
The Ladies' Aid of the Methodist Episcopal church met Tuesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. H. J. Peasteron Hazel avenue.
Mrs. Henry G. Phillips gave a dinner party Saturday evening. After dinner all went over to the B. A. E. Dancing club in the WOmen's Library club rooms.
"Children's Day" was held Saturday at the Women's Library club rooms. Miss Georgene Faulkner, "The Story Lady," told fairy stories and Miss Trude sang.
Mr. and Mrs. William Walters and family have moved to their house on Skokie road. Their flat on Vernon avenue, near Park, is occupied by Mrs. Richardson and children.
There was a guild luncheon in the Union church Tuesday, April 1, followed by the annual business meeting. Mrs. J. L. Lane was re-elected president and Mrs. Gerry Taylor secretary.
The second lecture of the course given by Miss Julia Henry, which was to have been given March 31, at the home of Mrs. George J. Pope, was postponed on account of the illness of Miss Henry.
Mrs. Charles White entertained Tuesday, April 1, with a birthday dinner. The decorations were narcissus and Jonquils. The guests were relatives and friends from Chicago. Covers were laid for twenty.
F. E. Scott, Albert MacRae and F. A. Davis attended the funeral of the late George T. Nicholason, vice-president of the Santa Fe, held in Lawrence, Kansas, on Friday. The Santa Fe ran a special train for railway officials and other friends of the deceased.
The members of the F. F. F. Club gave a dinner to their husbands Monday evening at the home of Mrs. Sherman M. Booth. Covers were laid for twenty-six, and the long table was very pretty with its decorations of pussy willows. Dinner was served by half of the club.
Miss Mary Trude sang at a recital and reception given by her teacher, Miss Bagg, in the Little Theater in the Fine Arts Building in Chicago, last Monday. Miss Trude sang again on Wednesday in the rooms of the Wellesley College club in the Fine Arts building. She was accompanied in some of her selections by the violin.
Mr. Patterson Holmes, father of Mr. Fred L. Holmes, died Monday evening, March 31, at the Evanston hospital, where he had undergone an operation. Services were held at the Union church Wednesday afternoon at 2:30 pm., address being given by Dr. Cornell, pastor of the Union church, assisted by Dr. F. A. Noble, who for years has been an intimate friend of the family. Mr. Holmes was born in Ridgefield, Connecticut, in 1830. The body was taken to his old home town, Geneseo, Illinois, for burial.