Lyman Drake, Jr., attended the automobile races in Indianapolis Friday. Sixteen couples enjoyed an informal dance at the Ouilmette Country club Saturday night. Mrs. Melville Brown entertained the reading circle in her home, 738 Eleventh street, Monday afternoon. Mrs. William T. Smith was hostess to nine guests at luncheon in her home 615 Lake street, Thursday. Roger McCullough of Rockford, visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. W. McCullough, 923 Elmwwod avenue, over Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Henry J. Burt entertained the members of the H and W club in their home, 1027 Elmwood avenue, Tuesday night. Roy and Elizabeth Thompson, passed the week-end with relatives in Appleton, Wis. An informal dance was enjoyed by several couples of the Town club in the Woman's club rooms Saturday night. Frappe was served. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Baldwin of Tuscola, Ill., were the guests of the former's brother, Mr. Walter Baldwin, 212 Woodbine avenue, last week. Miss Alberta Bayliff, who has been visiting her aunt, Mrs. Edward S. Lloyd 714 Sheridan road, returned to her home in Memphis, Tenn., Friday. Miss Alberta Bayliff, who has been visiting her aunt, Mrs. Edward S. Lloyd, 714 Sheridan road, returned to her home in Memphis, Tenn., Friday. Mrs. M. H. Comstock of Elgin, who has been the guest of her sister, Mrs. Frederidk B. Crossley, 600 Washington avenue, has returned to her home. Members of the Palette and Chisel club of Chicago were entertained in the home of Mr. and Mrs. James Harvey Dulin, 1330 Sheridan road Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Burton Thoms have returned from Daytona, Fla., where they passed the winter, and have opened their home in 500 Lake avenue. Mrs. Charles Austin, daughter of Mrs. Benjamin Gage and son, Charles Gage, 901 Oakwood avenue left last week for a month's trip through the east. The survey for elevaton of the Northwestern railroad tracks in the street crossings have been made by civil engineers during the last ten days. Members of the art and literature committee of the Woman's club were entertained at a luncheon Monday by Mrs. George Van Dyke in her home, 610 Washington avenue. Mr. and Mrs. Hoyt S. King, 711 Forest avenue are the guests of Edward Shelton and wife, in Muskegon, Mich., for a few days. Mr. and Mrs. Shelton formerly lived in Wilmette. Mrs. Ainslie J. Bell, 823 Greenleaf avenue has returned from the Henrotin hospital in Chicago where she was a patient for several weeks. She is greatly improved in health. Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Weber and children, 813 Forest avenue, left Saturday for Three Mile Lake, Wis., where they will open their summer home. They expect to be gone until Sept. 1. Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Drake, 933 Lake avenue, entertained Mr. and Mrs. Nathaniel Whiteside of Hinsdale the last of the week. Mr. and Mrs. Whiteside formerly resided in Wilmette. A dozen little girls were guests at a birthday party given by Mrs. D. K. Dickinson, 511 Washington avenue, Thursday, in honor of their daughter, Miss Helen, who celebrated her ninth birth annniversary. H. S. Gemmil and family, 829 Greenleaf avenue, with Miss Marlon Perkins, plan to leave Saturday on a month's automobile trip through the east. New York will by the destination of the party. Mr. and Mrs. Albert N. Page, 1107 Elmwood avenue, left Friday morning for a six weeks' trip through Colorado and Utah. They will join friends in a camp near Salt Lake City, where they will remain for some time. Mr. and Mrs. P. Albert Fagg and son, Kenneth, 925 Greenwood avenue, left Monday for a three months' stay in Wisconsin. They will visit in various cities, including Madison, Milwaukee, etc., and will locate in Mercer late in June, where they will pass the remainder of the summer months. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Hair of Chicago have taken the Fagg home for the summer. A motoring party composed of residents of Wilmette invaded Edgewater, Mich., Sunday making the spin in a few hours. Those in the party were Mr. and Mrs. E. Jackson Casse, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Worthington, Dr. and Mrs. C. N. Reese, Frank Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Sanford Clark, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Clark, Mr. and Mrs. Theodore B. Potter and Mr. and Mrs. Albert W. Hawkes. An enjoyable trip was reported and not a mishap marred the journey. Mrs. M. B. Skinner was hostess to a dozen guests at a luncheon in her home, 725 Tenth street, Tuesday afternoon. The marriage of Miss Edith A. Cross, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles J. Cross, 714 Greenleaf avenue, to Charles Wesley Killen of Hubbard Woods was solemnized in the Cross home Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock. Dr. Leach of Glencie officiated. On account of the recent death of the bridegroom's father, C. T. Killen, only the immediate relatives and friends of the couple, numbering about thirty-five persons, were guests at the wedding. After a trip to New York, Mr. and Mrs. Killen will be at home at 4739 North Hamilton avenue, Chicago.