Miss Caroline Falls entertained with a tea Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Will Glasner spent the weekend at Starved Rock, Illinois.
Mrs. C.C. Beckwith will be hostess to the Mission Study Class Friday.
Mrs. Cadman Martin will be hostess to the Knitting club Friday, June 18.
Miss Lucille Crumbaugh is a guest at the home of Mr. Frank Compton.
Mr. Ralph Sargent is at home from Boston Tech. for the summer vacation.
Mr. and Mrs. G. Fred Earnshaw are happy over the arrival of a little son.
The Pro Christo circle of the Glencoe Union church have disbanded until fall.
Miss Jean Hurford graduated from the Columbia School of Music Thursday.
Mr. Preston Calhoun returns today from Illinois University for the vacation.
Do not forget the entertainement at the Methodist church this afternoon and evening.
Mrs. Gerry Taylor was hostess at a luncheon Tuesday. Covers were laid for twelve.
Mr. Alfred Blackstone was host at a stag Monday evening. Covers were laid for twelve.
A young son arrived at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Miner, 344, St. Palos street, last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Horace Cromwell of Chicago were the weekend guests of Dr. and Mrs. O.D. Swain.
Jirah and Gardner Cole entertained a number of their friends with a dance Friday evening of last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Fovard and Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Bennett left on Tuesday for New York City.
Rowena and Helen McDougal are home from Kemper Hall, Kenosha, Wis., for the summer vacation.
Miss Florence Weeks gave a recital by her classes in music Saturday last at her home, 670 Longwood avenue.
Mrs. Martin J. Power has for her guests Mr. and Mrs. M. Gaskill and Miss Wightman of Philadelphia, Pa.
The Glencoe chapter of the Daughters of the Empire were entertained by Mrs. Wilbur Sample on Tuesday.
Mrs. Marvin Miner, who has been spending the past six weeks at Cedar Rapids, Iowa, returned home Saturday.
Miss Margaret Heuer returns this week from the Glen Eden School at Poughkeepsie, N.Y. for the vacation.
Dr. and Mrs. Dwight C. Orcutt entertained an automode of seven guests from Hampshire, Illinois, for the weekend.
The tennis tournament was finished Saturday, Messrs. F.M De Beers and Clifford Cushman winning in the men's doubles.
Mr. Nelson and daughter, Miss Mildred, of Fort Scott, Kansas, will be the weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. C.H. Whitelaw.
Mr. John Jeffrey underwent an operation for appendicitis at the Presbyterian
hospital last Saturday. Reports are favorable.
[illegible] to Glencoe Sunday. They will occupy the Ben Newhall house for the summer months.
Mrs. George [illegible] luncheon Monday for the ladies of the St. Elizabeth Guild. Covers were laid for sixteen.
Mrs. Fred [illegible] Washington avenue will entertain the ladies of the Washington circless with a luncheon Wednesday, June 16.
Mrs. Henry Pope [illegible] Helen and Emily [illegible] Miss Sue Tracy leave June 15 to spend the summer at [illegible].
Mesdames John M. Chappell and Thomas Coyne will be hostesses. [illegible]
The family have Saturday. During their absence a number of alterations will be made on their house.
Mr. James K. Calhoun and daughter, Miss Helen Calhoun, leave Saturday for Salt Lake City, Utah, to attend the National Credit Men's Association. Miss
Calhoun will go from there to Berkeley, California.
Mr. and Mrs. [illegible] Boston were the guests last week of Mr.and Mrs. Williams. Mr. Kimbal was a former resident of Glencoe and was made welcome by a number of his old friends.
The Worth While Club held the [illegible] meeting of the season Tuesday with Mrs. Curran Weeks. A special meeting of the club wil be held at the home of Mrs. B.F. Clifford, 803 Lake Ave., Wilmette, Tuesday, June 15.
The wedding of Miss Helen Ruth Cashman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Cashman, [illegible] Bradley of Chicago will take place Wednesday evening, June 16 at her home [illegible] longwood avenue.
Miss Majory [sic] Whitelaw came home Wednesday last week from the National Cathedral School, Washington, D.C. for the summer vacation. A school friend, Miss Mary Moulton of Colorado, spent the weekend with her.
Miss Martha Stuart Budd and Miss Majory B. Sibley will graduate in domestic economy from the Lewis Institute June 17. The exercises will be held at the new First Congregational Church, Washington Avenue and Ashland boulevard, Thursday, June 17, at 8 p.m.
The Young People's Sunday Afternoon Society will meet in the church parlors Sunday at 5 o'clock. Tom Pope is the leader. The subject is "The Power of Hymns."
Description of the Children's Day program of the Glencoe Union Church.