Mrs. Eva Clementi is the guest of Mrs. A Dickerman in Austin this week. Miss Clara Corlett of Evanston was the week-end guest of friends here last week. Mrs. Frederick Penfield entertained at bridge Monday afternoon in her home in Sheridan road. Mrs. Laura Mortimer entertained at bridge Thursday afternoon in honor of Mrs. Frank Mortimer. Miss Philoma Becker, who has been a student in Miss Ely's school in New York, has returned home. Dr. and Mrs. O. D. Swain, Park avenue, are entertaining Mr. and Mrs. Edward Swain of Dallas, Tex. Miss Marjorie Sibley entertained a dozen friends in her home in Washington avenue Thursday evening. Mrs. Arthur Howard and son left Thursday for their home in Fairmont, Ia., after a two weeks' visit here. Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Whitelaw of Grove avenue have for their guest Mrs. A. J. Irwin of Montreal, Canada. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Trude entertained the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Trude, of Chicago last week. Miss Beatrice King arrived home Thursday from Menominee, where she has been attending Stout school. Mr. and Mrs. O. M. Howard have departed for Fairview, where they will be guests of Mrs. Charles Howard for a month. Cameron Whitelaw, who has been a student at the University of Illinois, returned home for the summer vacation last week. Miss Katherine Orde departed last week for Metcalf, Ariz., where she will be the guest of her aunt, Mrs. Katherine Scotland. Mrs. A. S. Reid of Edgewater was guest of honor at a tea given Monday afternoon by Miss Charlotte King and Mrs. H. J. Hutchings. Mrs. A. H. Blythe and daughter, Miss Helen Blythe, of Racine, Wis., were guests last week in the home of James R. Dennis in Downing avenue. Mrs. E. S. Cambloss of Atlanta, Ga., who has been the guest of her sisters, Mrs. Charles Alison and Mrs. J. Falls, for several weeks, has returned home. Mrs. G. D. Hall departed last week for Warwood, Va., a suburb of Wheeling, where she will be the guest of her sister, Mrs. Frank Evans, for several weeks. James Hirsch and daughter, Miss Vera Hirsch, left last week for Orlando, Fla., their future home. Mrs. Hirsch, who is visiting in the east, will join them in a few weeks. Mrs. Benjamin Newhall left last week for Manitou Island, where she will occupy her summer home for the next three months. Her daughter, Mrs. William Stark, will join her later. Mr. and Mrs. Henry P. Williams entertained Mr. and Mrs. Edward Kimball of Pasadena, Cal., a few days last week. Mr. and Mrs. Kimball are en route to Boston, where they will visit for several weeks.