Simon C. Colton, 602 Central avenue, was in Oshkosh, Wis., a few days last week. Mrs. H. S. Ward of Philadelphia is the guest of Mrs. H. S. Gemmill, 829 Greenleaf street. Clifton L. Keith has returned from a three weeks' trip in Colorado and other western states. Mrs. Albert Webber and daughter, 506 Washington avenue, are visiting relatives in Galesburg. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hastings, 503 Central avenue, visited with friends in Galesburg last week. Mrs. T. K. Gale's mother, Mrs. Anderson, has come to make her home at the M. E. parsonage. Mrs. Fred F. Cain, 907 Central avenue, left last week for a two month's trip in England and France. Mr. and Mrs. Harry L. Baker are expected home this week after a visit in Pittsburgh, their former home. William Savery, a student in the McGill university at Toronto, Can., has returned home for the summer. Miss Helen Skinner gave a dinner for several friends from Chicago in her home in Central avenue Sunday. Miss Marion Whiffen has returned to her home in 1120 Ashland avenue after a three weeks' visit in Galesburg. Miss Edith Edminson of Mount View, Cal., is the guest of her aunt, Mrs. P. Albert Fagg, 925 Greenwood avenue. Margaret, the little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Sterrett of Lake avenue, is confined to the house with measles. Mr. and Mrs. George E. Redfield, Jr., who spent the winter in Chicago, have returned to their home, 1013 Linden avenue. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Taylor entertained several friends at dinner Wednesday evening in their home, 835 Central avenue. Mrs. E. M. Stafford, 936 Sheridan road, has been entertaining her niece, Miss Crumpacker, of Westville, Ind., for the last week. Mrs. William Hopp. 1011 Chestnut avenue, entertained the ladies of the second division of the Methodist church Tuesday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Charles McCue and daughter, 631 Washington avenue, will leave today for Fairfield, South Carolina, where they will visit for three weeks. D. K. Dickinson and daughter, Miss Helen, of 511 Washington avenue, have returned from Rockford and Oregon, Ill., where they visited relatives last week. After a residence of eleven years in Wilmette, R. W. Gore and family are leaving here having sold their home in Woodbine avenue. They will locate in the east. Miss Margaret Hall was hostess in her home, 1229 Central avenue, Thursday afternoon for a few friends in honor of Miss Robbins of Middleton, Ohio, who is visiting here. Miss Vivyenne M. Morin, daughther of Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Morin, 535 Hill street, entertained a number of her little girl friends at a party given in honor of her ninth birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Fred C. Irwin and daughter, Miss Mildred Irwin, who have been passing the winter in their Florida home have returned to their home, 627 Forest avenue, for the summer. The Women's Aid society of the Baptist church were entertained at an all-day sewing party in the home of Mrs. John Segsworth, 1147 Wilmette avenue, Monday. Luncheon was served. Miss Marion Roberts went to Madison, Wis., Friday where she attended the annual spring entertainment given by the Sigma Phi sorority, of which she is a member. She is visiting in that city for a few days. Mrs. Percival N. Cutler, 1016 Ashland avenue, entertained her mother, Mrs. George F. Butler of Attica, Ind., last week. Miss Blanche Booth of Chicago also was a guest in the Cutler home last week for a few days. An old-fashioned country dinner followed by a dance was given by Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Kibby, 835 Lake avenue, Friday night in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Nathaniel Webb, who are leaving Wilmette soon for Biloxi, Miss., their new home. Miss Clara Gillespie of Philadelphia was the guest of Mrs. Percival N. Cutler, 1016 Ashland avenue, a few days last week. She left the last of the week for a trip in the western states, expecting to return to Wilmette about July 1, when she will remain for several weeks. James G. Barber, who has been in Cairo, Ill., for several weeks, spent Sunday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Barber, 621 Linden avenue. He returned to Cairo Monday. He reports much work in the electrical engineering line, in which he is engaged in that city. He also stated that the downstate city did not suffer much from the flood and is now in good condition, with the streets clean and dry.