M. B. Skinner has returned from Pittsburgh, where he was on a business trip. Stanley [damaged] was the guest of friends in Blue Island [damaged] last week. Miss Mildrid McCullough [damaged] Elmwood avenue, is suffering from an attack of appendicitis. Louis Springer returned last week from New York where he has been for the last few weeks. Sidney [damaged]. H. K. Snider and family are now at home in their new residence, Eighth street an Washington avenue. Albert Wigglesworth left Monday for Pasadena, Cal., where he will visit Gerald Hill for several weeks. Mrs. [damaged] and children have gone to Paw Paw Lake, Mich., where they will remain during the hot months. Mrs. Charles Kindel and children departed last week for Grand Rapids, Mich., where they will spend several weeks. Mrs. A. F. [damaged] and daughter have returned from Madison, Wis., where they have been for several weeks. Rev. Linn McMillin of Racine college, Racine, Wis., was the guest of Mr. A. E. Barber, 621 Linden avenue, Sunday. Miss Helen Pratt has returned to her home in New Jersey, after a few weeks visit with Mr. and Mrs. E. W. McCulloch. Elroy Vanderkloot, an Annapolis graduate, visited with friends here last week. He is en route to his home in California. John Allen has returned to his home in New York, following a visit with Mr. and Mrs. S. S. Crippen of Linden avenue. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Spinney and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Thompson plan to celebrate the Fourth tomorrow at Cassopolis, Mich. Mrs.J. J. Siddall, with her mother, Mrs. A. H. Blymer, who have been visiting in Minneapolis, have returned to their home here. Rev. Roy Edwin Bowers, pastor of the Congregational church, and wife, are enjoying their vacation period near Auburndale, Wis. Mrs. Skinner, mother of Mrs. Fred White, 1021 Central avenue, has been spending several weeks in Austin, the guest of her son. [damaged] Worthington, 602 Lake avenue, departed last week for Hollandd, Pa., where he will pass the summer months with his grandparents. The Drama study class was entertained in the home of Mrs. William A. Mann, 1121 Greenwood avenue, Wednesday evening of last week. Mr. and Mrs. Carlton R. Dart, 706 Greenleaf avenue, returned the first of the week from Lansing, Mich. where they visited for a few days. Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Belt and Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Greiner and daughter departed this week for Topinabee, Mich., where they will pass the summer. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Mannerud, 1119 Forest avenue, will leave today for a trip through Minnesota and the Dakotas. They will be gone about three weeks. Miss Helen Skinner is in Ottumwa, Ia., this week, the guest of Miss Esther Hutchinson. She will also visit friends in Missouri before returning home. Willard Thayer, 519 Washington avenue, left Monday for Pasadena, Cal., where he will enjoy the western climate for several weeks. He will also travel in Colorado before he returns. J. C. Wilson, 121 Lake avenue is making plans to remove to [damaged] Ontario., where he will take charge of the Sentinel-Star, a newspaper formerly edited by his father, the late Isaac G. Wilson. The last meeting of the Wilmette Reading circle for the season was held Monday evening in the home of Mrs. Edward L. Scheidenhelm, 704 Lake avenue. Prof. H. H. Kingsley of the Evanston schools gave a stereopticon lecture on th subject of "Grecian Art." James G. Barber, 621 Linden avenue visited with his parents Sunday. He left Sunday evening on the Seminole limited for Cairo, Ill., despite the fact that the thermonmeter was hovering around 100 degrees. During the last few weeks Mr. Barber has been stationed in Galesburg and Peoria, Ill. Fifteen couples enjoyed an informal dance at the Ouilmette club Saturday evening. Mrs. [damaged]. Mr. and Mrs. [damaged] Temple, 436 Lake avenue [damaged] have sold their home will spend the summer at Harbor Point, Mich. Philip [damaged] Linden avenue, left Saturday for [damaged] Point, Ohio, where he will attend the skat tournament. On his return home the last of this week he will stop at Clevelang, where he will be [damaged] by his daughter, Miss Mary Dittman. They will return this week. Mr. and Mrs. [damaged] of 1310 Sheridan road [damaged] the Second division of the M. E. church Friday evening at a lawn party. The two [damaged] with Miss Peterson as solost, rendered [damaged]. F. D. Vreeland, formerly of Wilmette, but who has recently been living at the Greenwood Inn, Evanston, is in New Jersey for a visit with relatives before sailing July 3 for a European Trip. Dr. Vreeland will first visit London, after which he will spend several weeks in Vienna, Berlin and Paris. He will be gone about three months, during which time he will attend a clinical course in a noted Berlin medical college.