Mr. Ellery Wood is home from the East. Mrs. Kelly is entertaining her mother. Master Edward Parmelee is visiting Hovey Tinsman. Mr. and Mrs. Kiels have returned from a trip to New York. Mrs. W. I. Woodward is entertaining her mother and father. Mrs. David B. Evans is home form the hospital very much improved. Miss Eleanor Serrell is spending Easter week at Culver Military academy. Mr. Howard Durham has returned to Kenilworth after a short trip to Kansas City. Mrs. Stevens is spending Easter week with her daughter, Frances, in Atlantic City. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Cornue have returned from an extended trip through the north of Africa. Miss Priscilla Allen will return to college Sunday after spending the Easter vacation at home. Miss Gladys Mars is again attending classes at Northwestern, after a two weeks siege with mumps. Mrs. Cook has taken a five years' lease of the Lagare property, and will open a private hotel this spring. The dancing class for children will not meet Friday, March 28. The next class will be held Friday, April 4. Mr. and Mrs. Luther Hammond have purchased the last house on Cumnor road from the Joesph Sears estate. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Murray and small son, who have been in Pinehurst, are expected home the last of this week. Mr. Carmen, formerly of Kenilworth, has been seriously ill. He underwent an operation and is rapidly recovering. The next dance to be given by the Kenilworth club will be Friday, April 4. This is the last club dance of the year. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Schulze left Saturday, March 22, for an extended trip to Panama. On their return they will stop at Kingston, Jamaica, Havana, Cuba, and will come home by way of Florida. Mr. Warren Pease, Jr., who is attending the University of Wisconsin, was pledged Alpha Tau Omega Wednesday. The guild of the Kenilworth Union church have finished the fifty bathing suits they were making for Arden Shore. Mrs. Bentley McCloud and Mrs. Fred M. Wing served at the guild of the Kenilworth Union church last Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Randall and daughter have just returned from a several weeks' trip to Panama and the West Indies. Several of the Kenilworth children went to the children's Easter party given Saturday by Mrs. G. A. E. Kohler of Hubbard Woods for her son, Jack. Mrs. G. W. Pitts and son, Gardiner, are visiting Mr and Mrs. Todd in New Orleans. Mr. and Mrs. C. Meyer and daughter, Elizabeth, are also in the South. Mr. and Mrs. Leon Allen will leave April 10 for a two months' trip abroad. They will return in time to see their son, Leon Ballard, graduated from Cornell university. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Everett entertained with a dinner party Friday night in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Armstrong, who have returned from a trip around the world. Mr. and Mrs. Alexander Hannah, formerly of Kenilworth, have purchased the home of Mrs. Peter Rathbone, on the corner of Warrick and Kenilworth avenue. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Taylor, Jr., gave a reception Wednesday evening, March 26, in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Badger, who have sold their residence in Kenilworth and will move to the North Side of Chicago. The Military euchre party, postponed from Tuesday, March 18, was given Tuesday at the Assembly hall. As Mrs. Bessie Taylor, chairman of the committee, is in New York, Mrs. Allen and Mrs. Tinsman had charge of the evening.