James F. Dennis is ill in his home in Downing avenue. Mrs. E. H. Trude entertained at bridge in her home in Park avenue Friday afternoon. Mrs. A. D. Watson entertained at bridge in her home in Sheridan road Wednesday afternoon. Twelve guests were entertained in the home of Mr. and Mrs. George S.Carrington Saturday night at dinner. Mrs. Benjamin F. Becker entertained eight friends at luncheon Thursday in her home in Hazel avenue Saturday. Mrs. Martin J. Power and daughter, Miss Grace Power, have returned after an extended trip in the eastern states. George Newhall of Alberta, Canada, is the guest of his uncle, Mr. Franklin Newhall and family, in Central avenue. A pantry sale will be held by the ladies of the Methodist church in the Walters building in Vernon avenue Saturday. Mrs. Charles A. Barker entertained at bridge in her home in Ida place Thursday afternoon in honor of Mrs. Frank Mortimer. Members of the Young Ladies' guild of the Methodist church will meet in the home of Miss Rebecca Antossowski tomorrow afternoon. Fifteen members of the Basket club were entertained at luncheon in the home of Mrs. Joseph Cormack in Greenleaf avenue Thursday. In honor of her guest, Miss Helen Ray of Yorkshire, England, Mrs. Frank Miller entertained a score of friends in her home in Adams street Thursday evening. Several from here attended the graduation exercises of the Cumnock School of Oratory in Evanston Thursday night. Miss Hermona Shirk was one of the graduates. Mrs. Joseph Cormack gave a luncheon in honor of her sister, Miss Ethel Lowe of Chicago, who is soon to be married, in her home in Greenleaf avenue Wednesday. Covers were laid for thirty guests. Rev. G. Wade Koons, a missionary from Korea, who has recently returned to the United States, occupied the pulpit in the Union church Sunday morning. He gave an interesting description of the Koreans. Mrs. Emma E. Adams gave her fifth lecture on "Suffrage" before members of the Woman's Library club Thursday night. She explained the difficulties which are being encountered at Springfield in securing legislation looking towards equal right for women.