Kenilworth Society Busy with Out-of-Town Guests
Wilmette Life (Wilmette, Illinois), 25 Jul 1924, p. 11

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At a bazaar recently given by Shirley Ross and Elizabeth Kelly of Kenilworth at the home of the latter, $12.55 was cleared. This amount was sent to the Chicago Tribune to be used for the purpose of sending a child to Algonquin Camp.

Albert McDougal, 325 Abbottsford road, entertained at Sunday evening tea for the guests of Miss Helen Cresap and Miss Eleanor Eckhart. William Olmsted entertained for their guests Saturday night at the South Shore Country club. Miss Helen Little, 516 Essex road, gave an informal luncheon for them Tuesday.

Thaddeus Cullinan announces the marriage of his daughte, Marguerite Cullinan Boyd to Robert Charles Ostergren on Saturday, July 5. Mr. and Mrs. Ostergren [damaged] at 638 Sheridan square, Evanston. Mr. Ostergren was a former resident of Kenilworth.

Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Taylor of Evanston and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Taylor, Jr. of 431 Essex road, motored to Oconomowoc and Milwaukee last Saturday and Sunday.

Mrs. Fred Bulley, 220 Sheridan road, and Miss Bernice Bulley are expected home on Friday from a two weeks' trip to Yellowstone Park.

Miss Constance Hannah, 256 Woodstock avenue, returned from St. Luke's hospital Thursday of last week.

Mrs. Fred L. Workman, 222 Leicester road, entertained at a dinner party for eight Wednesday evening.

Miss Audrey Stixrud, 607 Willow St., Winnetka, is spending a few weeks visiting at White Lake, Michigan.

LeRoy Woodland, 366 Leicester road, and Miss Virginia Woodland left Friday to spend the week as the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Peterkin, at Lake Geneva. Mrs. Woodland joined them Tuesday to stay until the end of the week.

Edward J. Phelps, 328 Leicester Road, returned home Thursday from a three weeks' trip in the east, which included a visit at Marblehead, Massachusetts, New Haven, Connecticut and New York City.

Mrs. Roy Osgood, 423 Essex road, arrived home Wednesday from her stay in the east where she visited Mrs. Rufus K. Porter at Aphol, Massachusetts. She was also the guest of relatives at Lincolnville, Maine.

Mrs. J.J. Schreiner and Miss Lois Bassett of Dubuque, Iowa, are the house-guests of Mrs. Arthur W. Ruff, 236 Cumnor road for two weeks.

Mr. and Mrs. E.F. Harrison, who have been the guests of Mr. and [Mrs.] Charles Ware, 325 Abbottsford Road, leave Friday for their home in Denver.

Miss Elizabeth Merrill, 420 Essex road, entertained at tea Thursday afternoon in honor of Mrs. Harold McKenzie and MRs. Bertram Bennett.

The Misses Beatrice and Florence Pease, 320 Leicester road, entertained the Young Girls' Bridge Club on Tuesday evening.

Miss Mary Lovedale, 42 Kenilworth avenue accompanied friends from Lake Forest on a four day motor trip to northern Wisconsin.

Mr. and Mrs. Joe Weese of Lewiston, Montana, are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Weese, 141 Kenilworth avenue.

Mr. and Mrs. Herman C. Hintzpeter and family, 212 Sheridan road, are spending the summer months at Long Beach, California.

The Home and Garden club met Monday with Mrs. C. R. Erwin, 533 Roslyn road. Mrs. Boy gave a talk on "Edible weeds."

Mr. and Mrs. W.T. Gaskel who have come home from their eastern trip are occupying an apartment at the Soveriegn for the summer.

Miss Jeanette Cherry, 422 Abbottsford road, entertained at Sunday evening tea in honor of her guests, Miss Dorothy Bailey of Princeton, Illinois, and Miss Florence Gifford of Pasadena.

Miss Katherine Cooper of Logan, Utah, formerly of Kenilworth, spent this week with Mr. and Mrs. George Keehn of Ravinia on her way to visit her family in New York City.

Mr. and Mrs. Roy Jarrett, 534 Essex road, and Mr. and Mrs. Robert M. Burns, 614 Essex road, motored to Lauderdale Lake to spend the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Frank Phelps.

Miss Dorothy Bennett, 185 Sheridan road, who has been away for two weeks visiting Mr. and Mrs. Charles Tucker of Clinton, Ohio, is expected home today

Miss Leila Sain of Canute, Kansas, arrives Friday to be the guest of Mrs. J.T. Backus, 249 Cumnor road,for four days.

Mr. and Mrs. Alexander Hannah, 256 Woodstock avenue, are motoring through northern Wisconsin and Minnesota this week.

Mrs. Samuel Flod, 133 Kenilworth avenue, will entertain the Garden club this afternoon. Mrs. Arthur Ruff will read a paper on "Seedlings."

Bentley McCloud, Jr., 410 Cumnor Road, is home from Minitowoc, Wisconsin, where he enjoyed a month of camp outing.

R.C. Stirton of Sheridan road, left last Thursday for a ten day trip to New York.

Mrs. T.J. Brown, who has been visiting her sister, Mrs. Edgar W. Burchard, 310 Oxford road, leaves today for her home in Decatur. Mrs. A.B. Newcomb who is also a houseguest of her sister, Mrs. Burchard, is now visiting friends in St. Paul for a week.

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25 Jul 1924
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    Latitude: 42.07225 Longitude: -87.72284
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Kenilworth Society Busy with Out-of-Town Guests