Mrs. Norman Williams has returned from an extended visit in Batavia, N. Y. Mrs. H. O. Miller and brother, Harry W. Stannard, are in Atlantic City for a few weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Alex Falls are entertaining Mrs. M. H. Falls and daughter of Cedar Point, Wis. Ed Murdow has as his guest Arthur Braybrook of Jacksonville, Fla., a few days last week. Dr. and Mrs. D. C. Orcutt entertained a group of friends from Chicago Saturday afternoon. Miss Bessie Key of Aberdeen, Wash., is visiting in the home of Miss Bessie Day for a few weeks. Miss Helen Martin is the guest of her aunt, Mrs. H. J. Gilmore, in Michigan City, Mich., for a few days. Miss Mabel Buchanan of Urbana is a guest in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles H. Meyer in Hazel avenue. After an extended visit with his daughter, Mrs. John Jenks, in Paris, Ill., Jacob Nelson returned to Glencoe Friday. Miss Bessie Day and Miss Rose Dennis of Chicago were the guests of Miss Clara Corlette a few days last week. Mrs. H. F. Blyth and daughter, Mrs. C. D. Grassett, left Friday for Toronto, Canada, where they will pass several weeks. Misses Hilda, Ruth and Anna Meline of Clifton avenue, Chicago, were guests of their sister, Mrs. William W. Harry, in Milton avenue, Sunday. Mrs. A. G. Bennett is in Berlin, Wis., this week, the guest of friends. E. C. Swain and fammily departed Friday for Dallas City, Tex., their future home. Carl Harris of Champaign and Fred Cox of Little Rock, Ark., have left for their homes after a two weeks' visit with their college friend, Cameron Whitelaw. Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Kelly of Melburne, Australia, have visited with friends in Glencoe several days during the last week. Mr. Kelly is commissioner of public lands in Australia. Frank Taylor, who has been in Madrid, Spain for the last six months, will arrive home within the next few days. After a brief stay he will leave for New Orleans, whence he will sail for South America later. Mrs. Charles H. Howard will depart this week for San Diego, Cal., where she will pass the summer months with her son, Dr. J. Burt Howard, and family. Her daughter, Miss Nina Howard, is also in San Diego. John Day, Jr., returned home from Daytona, Fla., last week unexpectedly. He left Friday for Minneapolis, where he will pass a few weeks and later return to Glencoe to be with his parents for the remainder of the summer. Dr. and Mrs. O. D. Swain had for their guest their daughter, Mrs. M. C. Bigelow of Cedar Rapids, Iowa last week. On Friday she departed with her husband, who joined her here for a six weeks' trip throughout the east. Miss Emma Hartwell, a missionary who is enjoying a furlough in the United States, was guest in the the home of Miss Isabel Brown last Friday. Mrs. H. H. Holloway entertained seventeen guests at the Skokie club Thursday evening. Joseph Schindler, a clerk in the Glencoe State bank, and Miss Lulu Johnson of Sweden were married by Rev. Father F. J. Haarth in Hubbard Woods last Wednesday. They are enjoying a two weeks' honeymoon trip in Wisconsin. They will reside in Glencoe. A card party was given by Mrs. Henry Mollenhauer in her home Friday night for members of the Glencoe Royal Neighbors' lodge. Ten tables were filled with card players. Many prizes were awarded to the half dozen making the highest scores. A luncheon was served. According to a letter recently received from Mr. and Mrs. Thomas C. King, who are enjoying a European tour, they are at present enjoying the beauties of France. For the last two weeks they have been in Paris. Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Penfield returned last week from a ten days' visit in Cleveland. Mrs. Wilbur S. Sample is entertaining her sister, Mrs. Edwin Hagar of Toronto, Canada, for a few weeks. Owing to illness, Miss Ada Kuhn of Evanston, teacher in the fifth grade of the Glencoe schools, was unable to attend her duties three days last week. Her place was filled by Miss Burna from Chicago.