What people are doing in Kenilworth
Publication:
Lake Shore News (Wilmette, Illinois), 10 Apr 1913, p. 3


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Brief notices of social events in Kenilworth, Illinois
Date of Publication:
10 Apr 1913
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English
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  • Illinois, United States
    Latitude: 42.07225 Longitude: -87.72284
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Miss Charlotte Parmelee is out of quarantine.

Eugene Stearns is quarantined with chicken pox.

Mr. Benham has returned from a trip to Panama.

Repairs have been started on the Kenilworth Inn.

Mrs. H.A. Foresman entertained at tea Sunday night.

Mrs. C. K. Parmelee left Sunday for Hot Springs, Arkansas.

Mrs. Howard Durham gave a d inner party Friday night.

Mr. F. E. M. Cole has purchased a new saddle horse.

Mrs. Shipman gave a party for her youngest daughter Saturday.

Mr. and Mrs. Hall are remodeling their home on Abbotsford road.

Mrs. Charles Ware entertained with a dinner party Monday evening.

Mrs. Charles Armstrong is entertaining her mother and grandfather.

Miss Katherine Drake entertained several of her friends Saturday night.

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

Mr. and Mrs. Laughlin spent a few days at their farm in Oregon, Illinois, last week.

Mrs. Ruth gave a theatre party for her daughter at the Evanston last week.

Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ware have returned from a two months' trip to Europe.

The guild of the Kenilworth Union Church did not hold a meeting Monday, April 7.

Mrs. Walker has returned to Kenilworth after a visit with her daughter in Michigan.

Mr. and Mrs. Paul Schulze have returned form a trip to Jamaica, Cuba, and Panama.

Mrs. Spaulding (nee Miss Fairlee of Kenilworth) has a daughter, born Easter Sunday.

The Travel club met with Mrs. Percy B. Eckhart, on Tuesday evening of last weekk.

Mr. Dana Pierce, formerly of Kenilworth, visited his sister-in-law, Mrs. Porter, last week.

Mr. and Mrs. Mark Cresap gave a dinner for several friends before the dance Friday night.

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Mr. and Mrs. S. Holden expect to be in their new home in Norwich road the middle of the month.

Miss Frances Stevens has had a slight attack of diptheria. She is in Atlantic City with her mother.

Mr. and Mrs. Lon Allen left April 10 for Europe. They will return in time to see their son graduate from Cornell.

Mr. and Mrs. Grant Ridgeway and Mr. and Mrs. James Prentiss have returned from a four weeks' trip to California.

Mrs. A. F. Reichmann and children, William and Harriet, have returned to Kenilworth after spending the winter in California.

The luncheon which was to be given at the Union church on Monday next has been postponed, but the guild will have its regular meeting on that date.

Miss Charlotte R. Everett will entertain the Lambda chapter of Alpha Gamma Delta sorority and their escorts at a five hundred party Friday night.

Instead of the children's party at the dancing school, last Friday, the class met as usual under the direction of Miss Hinman herself. The dress party will be given April 11.

Mr. Roy Keith gave a dinner party before the dance at the Kenilworth Assembly hall Friday night. Several Chicago friends and Miss Frances Benedict of Evanston were present.

Dr. and Mrs. E. F. Syndacher were box holders at the ball given by the Woman's auxiliary of St. Mary of Nazareth's hospital in the turn ballrooms of the Hotel La Salle last week.

The Rev. E. Reginald Williams has been honored with a call to St. Mark's church, Milwaukee. Mr. Williams came to Kenilworth nearly seven years ago from the diocese of New York. He has not indicated whether or not he will accept the honor.

Dr. Denys, who has charge of the mission work for the Dutch East Indies, spoke at the Union church Sunday. His talk was so interesting that he has been asked to give another on the "Wild Man from Borneo." The date will be announced later. Dr. Denys is a former pupil of Dr. Horswell.

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What people are doing in Kenilworth