Mrs. Thomas Keane Gale is ill in her home 1024 Lake street.
Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Hannah, 923 Greenleaf street, are enjoying a visit in Excelsior Springs, Mo.
Mrs. Burt C. Hardenbrook entertained at luncheon in her home, 1101 Forest avenue, Tuesday.
Members of the Spinx club enjoyed a dance at the Ouilmette Country club Friday night.
Alfred W. Hawkes, 714 Central avenue, left last week for a three weeks trip throughout the southern states.
Master Blon Bradbury of Waukegan was the guest of his cousin, La Rue Davis, 238 Doyle street, over Sunday.
The new officers of the Epworth league will be installed in the meeting at 6:15 Sunday evening.
At 5 p.m. Louis Falk will give an organ recital next Sunday evening during the entire vesper hour at the Methodist church.
Mrs. William Affeld of Minneapolis, Minn., is the guest of her mother, Mrs. Louis F. Braunhold, 919 Chestnut avenue.
Mrs. Ethel Anderson of Kenosha, Wis., was called to Wilmette last week by the injury suffered by her son, La Rue Davis, while playing golf.
Mrs. F. H. Judd has leased her home at 729 Ninth street to Mrs. Bello Pitts and sons of Waukegan for the summer.
Mr. and Mrs. David Forsythe Anderson have moved from 530 Washington avenue to their new home at Chestnut and Ninth street.
A machinery merit badge has been received by William Kleinpell, 915 Linden avenue, a member of the first Boy Scouts troop here.
An informal luncheon was given by Mrs. Frank J. Baker, 507 Lake street, to a number of friends Wednesday of last week.
John D. Greig and family have moved from 922 Oakwood avenue into their home at Ninth street and Greenwood avenue, one of the most beautiful residence structures in Wilmette.
Members of the No Name Sewing club were entertained at a 1 o'clock luncheon in the home of Miss Louise Fatch, 611 Washington avenue, Tuesday afternoon.
While playing with a crowd of boys Saturday, master Dick Hopp, son of Harry W. Hopp, 125 Linden avenue, tore the ligaments in his right foot. It will be several weeks before he will be able to use the injured member.
Mr. and Mrs. David Rand of Birmingham, Ala., and Miss Ada Rand of Chicago passed the week-end with Mrs. D. L. Earle, 238 Doyle court.
Miss Marie Casper has been ill in her home, 125 Wood court, for the last week.
Mrs. Charles Sanford Clark was hostess to a number of friends Thursday in honor of Mrs. Roy Ware of Salt Lake City, who is visiting in Wilmette, and Mrs. Walter Lewis, who will leave soon for her new home in New York City.
Next Sunday will be Mothers' day. Rev. T. K. Gale, pastor of the M. E. church, will preach on "God as a Mother." Good music by the quartet, Sunday school meets at 9:30, Junior league, the boys and girls, meeting at 4 p. m.
Mrs. Claude E. Fitch entertained a number of children in honor of the sixth birthday anniversary of her daughter, Lillian, Thursday, in the family home, 1033 Elmwood avenue. Games and music furnished entertainment for the little tots. Dainty refreshments were served.
The reading circle was entertained at a 1 o'clock luncheon in the home of Mrs. P. A. Fagg, 925 Greenwood avenue, Wednesday afternoon, more than a dozen members attending. Mrs. Claude Fitch gave a reading and several entered into discussion of various literary topics.
Fred A. Smith, credit manager for Reid, Murdoch & Co., who has resided at 729 Eighth street for the last four years, has purchased the property from Mrs. H. N. Taylor of Los Angeles. The lot has an east frontage of 110feet on Washington avenue and is in a splendid location, with a fine lawn, shrubbery, etc.
A progressive luncheon was given by members of the Central avenue circle of the Congregational church Friday. The courses were served in the following homes: Mrs. Monroe R. Venables, 908 Greenleaf street; Mrs. S. A. Wheelock, 822 Central avenue; Mrs. Arthur J. Taylor, 835 Central avenue, and Mrs. F. L. Joy, 812 Central avenue. The social hour was passed in the home of Mrs. S. A. Wheelock with a brief program.
A pretty luncheon and miscellaneous shower was given by Mrs. Richard Durnford Allen in her home, 630 Central avenue, Saturday afternoon at 1 o'clock in honor of Miss Helen Waugh of Sheridan Park, whose marriage to Andrew Jackson Newell will be solemnized next fall. Bridge was played during the afternoon with the following guests winning the prizes; Miss Catherine Kelly, first prize; Miss Helen Waugh, second prize; Mrs. Wallace Moore, third prize. The consolation prize was awarded Miss Margaret Gildey. The color scheme was lavender, yellow and white. Many pretty gifts were showered upon Miss Waugh. The date of the nuptials has not been announced.