Mr. Paul Bleser has been on the sick list, but s now recovering.
Mr. Nick Borre, Sr., had the misfortune to fall off his wagon and break his elbow Friday.
Mr. Nicholas Mueller, Sr., of Ridge avenue, spent a few days at the home of his son, John J., of Chicago.
Mr. Math Barneck has broken ground for a new home he is to build on Seger street, near Clark.
Mrs. John M. Steffens of 1726 Charles street, entertained a few friends last Wednesday afternoon.
Mr. George White of Klinge & White's received news from his home in England of the death of his sister.
Mr. and Mrs. James B. Hoffman of Segar [Seger] street will entertain the Saturday Evening club at cards this week.
Walter Felke, son of Frank Felke, was accidentally shot in the back one day last week while climbing a tree with a rifle.
Mr. and Mrs. N. J. Miller of Ridge and Charles streets left Monday evening for a sightseeing trip to the flooded district of Ohio.
The Young Ladies' Sodality will give its first annual dance at the village hall May 8. Music will be furnished by Schneider's orchestra.
Rev. H. J. Ezell returned from Santa Rosa Island, Florida, Saturday. Mr. N. P. Miller left Saturday evening for Indianapolis, Indiana, on a business trip. Mr. John Hoffman, Sr., of Clifton, Illinois, formerly a resident here, returned home Monday after a few days visiting his children here. Mr. Peter Wagner of 1702 Charles street has accepted a position as clerk in the Wilmette bank. He resigned his former position with the C & N.W. railway two weeks ago. The wedding of Mr. Rudolph Adams and Miss Anna Gautschy took place Saturday, April 19, at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Gautschy, Lake avenue near Ridge. Miss Elizabeth Lauerman of Ridge avenue is spending a few weeks in St. Paul and vicinity visiting relatives, but will leave there soon to go to Sioux City, Iowa, to visit at the home of her brother, Nicholas, for a few weeks. Otto, John and Joseph Doetsch have returned from Riviera, Texas, where they spent a few weeks looking over some land they intend to purchase. Mr. Joseph Doetsch and family intend to make their home there permanently.