Don E. Marsh, village engineer, who has been ill for the last few days, is convalescent. Mrs. Henry Behrens had for her guest Mrs. T. H. Talmage of Carey, Ind., last week. The Long home in Bluff street has been leased to Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Holland of Chicago. Mrs. Mary C. Becker, Sheridan road entertained Mrs. W. J. Underwood of Wauwatosa, Wis., last week. Francis Asbury, who has been visiting friends here for a few days, has returned to his home in Vancouver, B. C. Mr. and Mrs. Heston Owsley entertained a group of friends in their summer home in Central avenue, July 4. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Fox of Greenwood avenue entertained Mr. and Mrs. Sperry B. Pope of Chicago over the Fourth. Mrs. Jams F. Brewster plans to leave Glendoe in a few days for Cleveland, where she will pass the summer with friends. Mrs. Charles H. Howard has gone to Alta, Cal., where she will remain during the summer months with her son, Dr. Burt Howard, and family. Mrs. Norman R. Williams entertained members of the Women's guild of the St. Elisabeth church in her home in Greenwood avenue Tuesday afternoon. Harry W. Stannard and sister Mrs. H. D. Miller, have returned to Glencoe after a trip in the eastern states. Dr. and Mrs. Harry D. Wiley have as their guest Miss Katherine Howard of Racine, Wis. Miss Elizabeth Packer departed last week for New York, where she will spend a few weeks with her sister, Mrs. Edith Vinal. Early in the fall Miss Packer will leave for a European trip, which will include travel in Italy, Greece and Egypt. Rev. D. H. Cornell, pastor of the Union church, and family left Monday for Vermont and New Hampshire, where they will spend three weeks. During the absence of Rev. Cornell, the pulpit in the Union church will be supplied by ministes from other cities and towns. More than seventy women attended the reception given in honor of Mrs. Sherman M. Booth in the home of Mrs. F. P. Walton, Park avenue and Sherida road, Monday afternoon. The reception resolved into a garden party and several interesting talks were given by Attorney Otto Raymond, Mrs. Edward Glassnet and others. Mrs. Booth told of her experience in getting the suffrage bill passed.