What People are Doing in Kenilworth
Publication:
Lake Shore News (Wilmette, Illinois), 13 Mar 1913, p. 3


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Articles
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Brief notes of social events in Kenilworth
Date of Publication:
13 Mar 1913
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English
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  • Illinois, United States
    Latitude: 42.07225 Longitude: -87.72284
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Mrs. Stolp entertained last week.

Mrs. H. E. Marshall gave a bridge party Tuesday.

The Luncheon club met with Miss Evelyn Isom last Thursday.

The art class met at Mrs. Chandler's Tuesday morning.

Mrs. Lowrie McClurg, formerly of Kenilworth, was here Friday.

Master Robert Evans is ill with chickenpox.

Mrs. S. D. Flood gave a dinner party last Thursday night.

Mrs. W. S. Kles is visiting in New York.

Mrs. Claud Burnham entertained a few friends at dinner before the Tango class last Monday night.

Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Murray and son, John Robert, left Friday for a three weeks' stay in Pinehurst.

Mr. and Mrs. Leon Allen will leave April 10 for a two months' trip to Europe.

Mr. and Mrs. Brown, who have been living at the Inn, have taken a house in Winnetka.

Robert Lester spent the week end in Kenilworth. He attended the Wisconsin-Chicago game.

Charles Macklin, Alfred Veness, Bertram, Veness, and Franklin Bellows went to Peoria with the New Trier basketball team.

Mr. and Mrs. Paul Schulze will leave Saturday for a trip to Cuba, Panama and Jamaica.

The Kenilworth club will give a card party Tuesday night, March 18. Mrs. Bessie Taylor is chairman of the committee.

Mr. and Mrs. Grimes, who have been visiting Mr. and Mrs. Charles McCloud, have returned to their home in Portsmouth, Ohio.

Mrs. Sanborn has been visiting her mother in Chicago, while her sister, Miss Kirkland, was in Washington during inauguration week.

The guild of the Union church have finished sixty bathing suits for Arden Shore. Mrs. J. C. Everett and Mrs. F. C. Little served Monday.

The concert that was to be given by Mischa Kottler last Thursday was postponed to last night. Mischa Kottler was assisted by Alexander Nakutin.

Mr. Perch B. Eckhart lectured on Paris and Fontainbleau Sunday night. Next Sunday will be the last of the lectures, Versailles, Brussels and Antwerp.

Mr. and Mrs. James Prentiss left Tuesday for Denver. They will meet Mr. and Mrs. Grant Ridgway in Montana, and from there they will go to California, returning the first of April.

The Zeta Beta Psi sorority, with the help of some of the young boys, are going to give the "Kentucky Rebel" the last of March. They are rehearsing the play now under the direction of MRs. Gasque.

Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Miles gave a party at the Kenilworth Assembly hall on Wednesday afternoon for their children. Miss Georgene Faulkner gave a program of Russian folk tales and wore Russian costime.

The Sigma Kappa Chi sorority gave a sleighing party Saturday night. They drove to Evanston and had refreshments at Theoboad's. Mrs. Henry Taylor, Mrs. W. S. Tinsman, and W. I. Woodward chaperoned the young folks.

Mr. and Mrs. Charles Armstrong have returned from their trip around the world. They were in Kenilworth last week Thursday, but left to visit Mrs. Armstrong's sister in Wisconsin. They will return and open their house on Essex road today.

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What People are Doing in Kenilworth