Mrs. Winthrop Girling was hostess to a number of friends Friday at bridge. Mrs. James K. Calhoun left for Hinsdale Monday for a few days' visit with Mr. and Mrs. Ned Wells. Mrs. Elbert Haight and little daughter will return this week from a visit at Sycamore, where they were guests of the former's parents. Miss Helen Calhoun, who has been spending the winter attending college in Madison, Wis., will not return home for the summer vacation. Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Smith of Grove street, contemplate leaving Glencoe [damaged] for their summer home at Black Lake near Holland, Mich. Mrs. Thomas Browning plans to [damaged] the last of this week or the first of next for Ludington, Mich., where she will pass the summer. Prof. Arthur [damaged] superintendent of the Glencoe schools, left last week for [damaged], Cal., where he plans to pass the summer months. The [damaged] home has been rented for the summer to Mr. and Mrs. O. M. [damaged] Howard of Chicago. They will move into the property within the next two weeks. The Ladies Aid society of the Methodist church held an all-day meeting in the home of Mrs. William [damaged] Tuesday. A box luncheon was one of the enjoyable features of the meeting. Miss Margaret Thompson left this week for Atlanta, Ga., where she will be the guest of Mrs. H. Gambloss, who will be remembered by many Glencoe residents as visiting here several weeks ago. Francis Asbury, a former well-known resident of Glencoe, now residing in Vancouver, B. C., was the guest of old friends last week. He will remain in this vicinity another week before returning to Vancouver. Dr. John Nutt of New York, visited with his son, Howard Nutt and wife last week. He was in attendance at the Neurologists' convention in Chicago. He also attended the Minneapolis meeting of the American Medical society two weeks ago. Rev. D. H. Cornell will leave on his vacaton Monday. He plans to spend a few days in Michigan and may take an eastern trip. During his absence the pulpit at the Union church will be supplied by various pastors from the city and neighboring towns. Mrs. Josephine Breese Olmsted, daughter, Miss Cordelia, and her mother, Mrs. H. E. Breese, left Monday for Frankfort, Mich., for a few weeks' sty. After a short time Mrs. Olmsted and daughter will go to Lelund, Mich., where they will remain until September 1.