Mr. Henry Taylor was re-elected president of the village board.
Mr. Durham has returned from a trip to Kansas City.
Mrs. Charles F. Meyer entertained at luncheon Friday.
Mrs. F. C. Little entertained at dinner Saturday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ware, who are traveling abroad, are in Paris.
Mrs. F. E. M. Cole entertained last Tuesday.
Miss Gladys Mars is ill with the mumps.
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Holden expect to occupy their new home on Warwick road next month.
Mr. and Mrs. Kelly o Connor road are entertaining Mrs. Kelley's mother, from Washington, D.C.
The next meeting of the Neighbors wil be March 27. Subject, "A Day for Gardens." Music by Mrs. May.
Kenilworth was busy last Tuesday looking for a woman who ran away from the North Shore health resort.
Miss Dorothy Coolidge played before Madame Bloomfield Ziezler last Tuesday.
Mrs. G. A. E. Kohler of Hubbard Woods entertained twelve Kenilworth women at luncheon Tuesday.
Miss Emily Durham celebrated her fifth birthday with a party for her friends Monday afternoon.
Mrs. D. J. Evans, who has been at the Hahneman hospital for a few weeks, has returned home.
The Zetas will give the "Kentucky Rebel" the latter part of this month. They are now rehearsing under the direction of Mr. Gasque.
Owing to the small attendance at the Parliamentary Law Classes, which were held at Mrs. Higbee's, they have been discontinued.
The military euchre scheduled by the Kenilworth club for Tuesday evening, March 18, has been postponed to Wednesday evening, March 25.
Mr. and Mrs. Eisendrath and children are at the Kenilworth Inn while their house, which was damaged by fire last week is being rebuilt.
Miss Marie Kasten entertained on Saturday night at a St. Patrick's party. Many out of town guests were there.
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas A. Kennedy of Abbottsford road are rejoicing over the arrival of a new son last Wednesday.
Mrs. George Pitts, accompanied by her young son, Gardner, left for New Orleans on Tuesday. They will be gone two or three weeks.
Mrs. Laughlin entertained a few friends to dinner Monday evening. They afterwards attended the Tango class.
Mr. Disney Fairley entertained several of the young people of Kenilworth with a Tango party last Saturday night.
Miss Dorothy Smith will spend Easter with her parents. Miss Smith is attending school at Waterman Hall at Sycamore.
The Zeta sorority will give "The Kentucky Belle" at the Kenilworth assesmbly hall March 28. The proceeds of the entertainment will be used for charity.
Mrs. Ed Stevens left this week for Washington, where she will meet her daughter, Frances, who is there attending school. They will spend Easter at Atlantic City.
Mrs. William S. Kies of Abbottsford Road is visiting friends in New York.
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Schultze left Saturday for Panama. On their return they will visit Kingston, Jamaica; Havana, Cuba; and Florida.
Mr. and Mrs. Al Hannah, formerly of Kenilworth, have been out each Monday evening to the Tango class. The last lesson of the course, given Monday, was a cotillion. About thirty couples were present.
Arthur Burrage Farwell occupied the pulpit of the Kenilworth Union Church Sunday. Mr. Farwell is the brother of Mrs. James Chapman and was her guest over Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Grant Ridgeway left last Friday for a trip through the west. They expect to meet Mr. and Mrs. Prentiss in Montana from where they will go to California and will return early in April.
Owing to the absence of Mrs. Grant Ridgeway, Mrs. Bellows has been made chairman of the nominating committee of the Neighbors. Mrs. Percy B. Eckhart will fill the vacancy made by Mrs. Taylor, who is in New York.