Mrs. Henry Pope will entertain her German club Saturday.
Mrs. Daniel McArthur entertained at tea Thursday afternoon.
Mrs. John H. Bullen is expected home the end of this week.
The William Sutherlands are at home from Pinehurst, N.C.
Mrs. Bruce McLeish is visiting her sister at Wilkesbarre, Pa.
Mr. F. M. Holbrook and family moved last week to Lombard, Illinois.
Mr. Samuel R. Hurford left last week for Texas.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Moris have moved to Elgin, Illinois.
Mrs Markham B. Orde and children have returned from the west.
A daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. Burmeister Tuesday morning of last week.
Mr. Howard N. Foote and family have moved into the Murdon house on Central street.
Mr. and Mrs. Lamprecht left Tuesday for New York, where they will make their home.
The Neighborhood Dancing Club meets tomorrow evening in the Women's library club rooms.
Mrs. J. G. Van Winkle gave a theater party Thursday for Mrs. James Thompson and Miss Gunther.
Mrs. Arthur Brintnall gave a luncheon for Mrs. James S. Thompson and he sister, Miss Gunther, Wednesday.
The B. A. E. Dancing club has its last party for the season Saturday evening in the Woman's Library club.
The little son of Mr. and Mrs. Maurice S. Miller, Central avenue and Sheridan, is ill with scarlet fever.
Dr. Littlefield of Brooklyn, New York, a man of national reputation, was the speaker in the Union church Sunday.
The School Dancing Club, under the guidance of Mrs. Laughray, gave a cotillion Monday afternoon after school in the assembly hall.
The new house which Mr. and Mrs. T. Lathrop are building in Fairview is almost finished. They expect to be in it by the first of May.
The guild of the Church of St. Elisabeth held an all day meeting Tuesday at the home of Mrs. Tapper, Sr. Luncheon was served at 12:30.
The ladies of the guild of the Church of St. Elizabeth will have a rummage sale in the village hall Friday and Saturday, April 25 and 26.
Mr. Joe Brandl and Mr. P aul Conrad celebrated their birthdays together, since they came on the same date, April 15. There were cards and refreshments.
Mr. H. C. Champlin, Jr., gave a most interesting illustrated lecture on Alaska Tuesday evening in the Union church. There were about two hundred views, all of which were taken by himself.
The little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Field, Sheridan road, fell through the glass of a hot bed, sustaining serious cuts about the arms. She is reported to be improving.
The third lecture of the course "Brides of Ancient Song," "Beatrice Pontinari," was given Monday afternoon of last week by Miss Julia Henry at the home of Mrs. Henry P. Pope.
Charles William, infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Lane, died Monday, April 14, of meningitis. The burial was in County Line cemetery.
Dr. and Mrs. Oliver D. Swain received news of the arrival of a little grandson April 11 at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Swain in Dallas, Texas.
Mrs. Benjamin Becker and son, Ben, and mother, Mrs. George Combs, returned Tuesday last from French Lick Springs.
Mrs. Henry Smith and daughters have returned from the South. Mrs. Mary Becker is the guest of Mrs. C. H. Howard. Mr. Ralph Pate is confined to the house by illness. Robert, the little son of Mr. and Mrs. Maurice B. Miller, is ill with scarlet fever. Mrs. Jacob Beck and daughter, Dorothy, returned last week from California. Mr. and Mrs. Hilhopp and son were the weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. August Schepp. Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Schnur have returned from an extended trip to Australia and New Zealand. Mr. Markham Orde was called to Toronto, Canada, last week by the illness of his mother. Mrs. Clark, who has been the guest of her sister, Mrs. W. A. Fox, left Friday to visit friends in Indianapolis. Mr. Charles Dupee of San Francisco, California, spent several days ast week with Mrs. Emmeline Dupee. Miss Cecelia Hollingsworth of Rennselaer, Indiana, is the guest of Mrs. Louis F. Hopkins. Miss Margaret Ziesing entertained Tuesday afternoon Tuesday afternoon for oMiss Cecelia Hollingsworth. Mrs. Sampel Powell entertained the Basket club at luncheon Friday. Mrs. W. A. Fox entertained at tea Tuesday. Mrs. Grace Abbott will speak on "The Immigrant Problem" today at the Woman's Library Club rooms at 2:30 o'clock. Rev. S. G. Ayres, librarian of the Garrett Biblical Institute, spoke at the Methodist Episcopal church Sunday in the absence of the pastor, who is in Eureka attending the conference for the presidents of the Illinois college associations.