Mrs. Badger of Chicago called on friends here a few days last week.
Mrs. Bently McCloud and small son are visiting relatives in Ohio for two weeks.
Dr. and Mrs. C. S. Case are passing a few days in their summer place, near Ludington, Mich.
Mrs. Herbert Walker went to Detroit, Mich., Saturday for a short visit with her daughter.
The Birch club met with Mrs. Grant Ridgway in Cumberland avenue Tuesday afternoon.
Mrs. J. O. Baird and daughter, Miss Jessie, are expected home this week from California, where they have been during the winter.
Miss Marjorie Burchard is ill in her home in Oxford road with rheumatism. She recently returned from a sojourn in southern California.
Robert Dyar left last week for Huntington, Va., where he has accepted a position with the Pneumatic Tool company.
Mrs. Robert P. Cross will leave this week for Canada, where she will join her mother, Mrs. James Keith, for a few weeks' visit.
The Kenilworth Inn will be opened soon, under the charge of Mrs. Witherbee. Many improvements and alterations are being made in the building.
The annual concert of the New Trier high school orchestra and glee club will be held tomorrow evening in the high school auditorium. A small admission fee will be charged.
Mrs. Calvin Case, who was chosen president of the Neighbors' club in the annual meeting two weeks ago, was hostess at an informal luncheon for the newly elected and retiring members of the board of directors last Wednesday.
Several ladies of the Union church are making plans to visit the Glenwood home for boys at Glenwood, Ill., on May 16. The ladies have done much sewing for the boys in the school and are anxious to acquaint themselves with the work which is being conducted in the institution.
Mrs. Herman A. Kasten [illegible] is giving a luncheon today in her home in Melrose avenue to eight guests in honor of Mrs.Louis E. Braumhold of Wilmette and her daughter, Mrs. William Affeld of Minneapolis, Minn., who is visiting in Wilmette, and Mrs. Monroe Cole, who has just returned from her honeymoon.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Munroe, 1234 Lake Shore drive, Chicago, have taken the Joseph Sears home in Waverly place and will move into it Saturday. Their Chicago home will be occupied during the summer by Mrs. Munroe's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank G. Logan.
Friends of Mrs. Sidney C. Eastman, who underwent an operation for appendicitis in the Evanston hospital recently, will be pleased to learn that her condition is steadily improving. She probably will be able to return home next week.
A linen shower will be given by Mrs. George B. Calkins and Mrs. George Brown in the former's home May 16 in honor of Miss Susan Phelps, who will become the bride of Mr. William Zimmerman, the nuptials to be solemnized the last of May.