Miss Catharine Cushing is in Minneapolis. Robert Hussey is home from school at Lakeville, Conn. Roger Wolcott is home from the University of Wisconsin. Mrs. Franklin B. Hussey is expected home from Yellowstone Park July 5. Miss Mildred Thayer is home from Hillsdale, Wis., where she has been attending school. Mr. and Mrs. James Lane Allen, formerly of this city, have purchased a summer home at Harwich, Cape Cod. Miss Dorothy Schwarz of Boston, who has been the guest of Mrs. Edward A. Smith, returned to her home Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. George Lytton of Chicago have leased the Vine avenue home of Theodore Schwartz. Mr. Schwartz and his daughters are in the east. They will spend the summer on the seashore of Rhode Island. Mrs. A. B. MacCauaghey entertained at tea last week Tuesday in honor of Mrs. W. S. Forest, who is occupying a residence on Sheridan road pending the completion of her new home on Moraine road. Mr. and Mrs. John Irwin Marshall entertained at a large dinner last Sunday in honor of Dr. Lauro Severiano Muller, special ambassador from Brazil to the United States; Dudley Field Malone, third assistant secretary of state, and Mrs. Malone; Capt. La Vert Coleman, U. S. A.; Commander R. C. Bulmer, U. S. N. and Lieut. H. A. Rafferty, U. S. A.