What people are doing in Kenilworth
Publication:
Lake Shore News (Wilmette, Illinois), 3 Apr 1913, p. 3


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Brief notices of social activities in Kenilworth, Illinois.
Date of Publication:
3 Apr 1913
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English
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  • Illinois, United States
    Latitude: 42.08586 Longitude: -87.71756
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Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Murray and son John Robert have returned home.

Olive Bulley is out of quarantine and back at New Trier.

Mrs. Wing's old home in Omaha was destroyed by the cyclone last week.

Leon Bullard Allen is expected home this week.

The dancing school class for children will meet tomorrow.

Mrs. W. I. Woodward is entertaining her parents.

Mrs. Kieth has left to visit her daughter in Canada.

Mrs. Ellsworth of Milwaukee visited Mrs. Prelise [unclear] for several days.

Mr. Sydney Eastman was toastmaster of the Foss banquet at the La Salle hotel Friday night.

Eugene Stearns has the chickenpox.

Mrs. W. L. Serrell entertained her Edgewater club last week.

Mr. and Mrs. Meagher formerly of Kenilworth, were calling on friends here last week.

Mrs. Stevens has returned from the East, where she spent the Easter vacation with her daughter, Frances.

Mr. and Mrs. Foresman entertained several of their friends at tea Sunday night.

By request the Easter music was repeated at the Kenilworth Union Church on Sunday, March 30.

The dance to be given by the Kenilworth Club Friday night is to be a country dance.

Mrs. Louis T. Wilson entertained several of her friends at luncheon Tuesday.

Mr. and Mrs. Meyer and daughter, Elizabeth, have returned from New Orleans.

Mr. and Mrs. Prentiss and Mr. and Mrs. Ridgeway are expected home soon.

Mrs. Kees and daughter, Margaret, will visit Mrs. Kees grandmother in New York.

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Mrs. W. L. Serrell entertained her cousin, Mrs. Briggs and daughter, of Milwaukee last week.

Mrs. Peter Rathbone has been the guest of Mrs. Willis while she has supervised the moving and storing of her furniture.

Mr. and Mrs. Luther Hammond have moved into the house they recently purchased from the Joseph Sears estate.

Mrs. Merritt Starr, assisted by her daughter, Mrs. Fletcher Dobyns, gave a reception Tuesday, April 1, for Miss Edith Carpenter Beach.

Mr. and Mrs. Graham, who have been spending the past two months with Mrs. C. H. Parmelee, have returned home.

Miss Charlotte Freise will leave soon for the East, where she will attend the senior promenade at one of the colleges.

Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ware, who have been abroad for two months, landed in New York Friday and will return to Kenilworth immediately.

Mrs. Highbee of Cumnor road gave a luncheon Thursday for twelve in honor of Mrs. O'Connor, who spoke at the Neighbors' meeting.

Frank Pavlik, Jr. of Kenilworth is on the New Trier Citizens' league ticket for the justice of the peace.

Miss Priscilla Allen has returned to school in the east.

Mr. and Mrs. Alexander Hannah, who have purchased the residence of Mrs. Peter Rathbone, will redecorate during the summer and will move in the fall.

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Mrs. E. R. Williams and daughter, Dorothy, spent a few days last week with her father, Mr. B. Eckhart in Chicago. Mrs. Eckhart is in California with her daughter, Mrs. Brophy of Kenilworth.

The children of the Kenilworth public school are having their spring vacation this week. They expected to occupy the new school building next week, but owing to a delay in the furnishings they will not be able to do so.

Miss Cook has moved to Glencoe, where she has taken a five years' lease of the Ligare property and will open a private hotel. The Inn, in Kenilworth, is now undergoing extensive repairs and will be reopened the middle of May under the direction of Mrs. Witherbee.

The Kenilworth Lightweights basketball team defeated the St. Mary's team of Evanston, 33 to 32, at the Kennilworth gymnasium Saturday night. The score was tied at the end of the regular period, making five minutes of extra play necessary. St. Mary's led, 20 to 12, at the end of the first half.

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What people are doing in Kenilworth