Mrs. Ben Newhall leaves Saturday for North Manitou island.
Mr.and Mrs. J.E. Ingram are at French Lick Springs, Indiana.
Mrs. Robards is the guest of her daughter, Mrs. Robert Davis.
Miss Mabel Becker graduated from Chicago university this week.
Mrs. W.A. Kittermaster returned home last week from Montreal.
Mrs. E.H. Stafford and family will spend the summer at Ionia, Michigan.
Fine chocolates and other candies made to order by George Gelhar.
Cameron Whitelaw graduated from the University of Illinois this week.
Messrs. Charles Dresser and W.F. Coosier left Sunday for New York City.
Miss Rose Dennis is home from the University of Illinois for the summer vacation.
Mrs. Will Schnur was hostess to a bridge Thursday in honor of Mrs. Richard Mills.
Mr. Austin Armstrong was called to Lincoln, Nebraska, Sunday by the illness of his mother.
Messrs. Phil Schnur and Herbert Bartholf came home this week from Ann Arbor, Michigan.
Mr. and Mrs. E.J. Sherwin entertained with a dinner Monday. Covers were laid for seven.
Mrs. James K. Sweney [sic] was hostess to the Pot Luck Club from Birchwood, Monday afternoon
Mrs. Meader of Elkhart, Indiana, was the guest last week of Mrs. Marc W. Darling, 594 Glencoe road.
Misses Jessie and Ethel DeLong were hostesses at a tea Tuesday in honor of Miss Helen Cushman.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank W. Darling left this week to attend the graduation exercises at Grinnell college, Iowa.
Mrs. Otto R.Berneet will entertain with a luncheon Tusday, with bridge at the Skokie club in the afternoon.
The Ladies' Aid of the Methodist Episcopal Church mete Tuesday to work on aprons and comfortors. Orders taken.
Mrs. Henry Pope and daughters, Leslie, Helen, Emily and Sue Tracy, left Tuesday to spend the summer at Monomet, Mass.
Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Williams are in the Sperry Pope house, 675 Greenwood avenue. The Popes left Wednesday for Glen Ellyn, Illinois.
Mr. and Mrs. C.W. Hess entertained at dinner Friday evening, at their home, 261 Hawthorne avenue. Covers were laid for twelve.
Mrs. Grank Gelhar was hostess to a progressive euchre Friday of last week. Mrs. Austin Armstron and Mrs. Walter Seiler were the prize winners.
Miss Laura Williams will make her debut as a singer at a musicale given
for her by her teacher, Mrs. Samuel Wright, at the Fine Arts building today at 3 o'clock.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Fovargue and Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Bennett are expected home today. Mr. Fovargue played in the national open championship at Baltusrol.
The Young Peoples' Sunday afternoon society of the Union church will meet Sunday at 5 o'clock. Miss Ruth Storms is the leader; subject, "What Christianity Has Done for the World."
Mrs. Douglas Cornell and three daughters and Mrs. Andrew Davis left Monday for Fitchburg, Mass., where they will spend the summer. Mr. Cornell will join the family for the month of July.
The Young Ladies' guild of the Methodist Episcopal church will hold a lawn fete at the home of Mr. and Mrs. W.S. Hamm, Scott avenue, Thursday evening, June 24. Ice cream and cake and other articles will be on sale. All cordially invited.
Miss Marjory Curry, who has taken the Sherman Booth bungalow for the summer, entertained her Chicago, Evanston and Glencoe friends delightfully with an outdoor playett, by Ben Hecht, "A Satire on Audiences," Saturday evening.
Dr. Dwight C. Orcutt's automobile was badly damaged Monday evening. The machine was standing in front of Clarence T. MacNeille's residence, 828 Bluff street, when the accident occurred. An automobile containing three men, all appearing intoxicated, coming south on Bluff street, crashed into the machine, damaging both cars.
The ladies on the commitete for the Arden Shore ask donations of rocking chairs, sweaters, little and big rompers, coats or jackets, camp chairs, sofa cushions, pieces of gingham or calico, large enough for rompers, from 6 years to 8, will be acceptable. Any one having any of these articles to give, kindly call up Mrs. J.T. Mitchell, 836 Greenleaf avenue (telephone Glencoe 634)
Can something be done for the oak trees in Glencoe, which seem to be affected by a parasite? A number of people are spraying their trees. Could any one suggest something better? Another thing that should be attended to is the throwing of newspapers on the streets for the wind to carry all over the town. Persons burning papers are careless. A cheap wire frame for burning papers and waste can be made with five or six feet of thirty-six-inch chicken wire fencing. Try it.
The wedding of Miss Helen Ruth Cushman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Cushman, and Arthur J. Bradley took place Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock at the family residence, 434 Greenleaf avenue, Rev. Douglas Cornell officiating. Miss Vera Bradley, sister of the groom, was maid of honor, and the best man was Clifford Cushman, brother of the bride. Master Theodore Osborne was ring bearer. The bride wore a gown of ivory chiffon satin and Chantilly lace. She carried a shower bouquet of bride's roses and lilies of the valley. The maid of honor was gowned in pink and carried Killarney roses.