What People Are Doing In Kenilworth
Lake Shore News (Wilmette, Illinois), 5 Jun 1913, p. 3

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5 Jun 1913
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    Latitude: 42.08586 Longitude: -87.71756
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Mrs. Claude Burnham left Saturday for New York for a few weeks' stay. Mrs. E. A. Laughlin has returned from a visit with relatives in New York. Mrs. Hugh Foresman entertained twenty ladies at luncheon in her home Thursday. Mrs. C. W. Utley and daughter have returned from a three months' trip in California. Mrs. Joseph Sears and children are guests at the Kenilworth Inn for a few weeks. Miss Blanche Horswell left last week for Michigan, where she will pass the summer. Two more victims of the mumps in Kenilworth are Cleveland Taylor and Ruth White. Mrs. Grace Lind of Lake Forest was the guest of her mother, Mrs. Calvin Case, Friday.

James E. Gillis of St. Paul was the guest of his daughter, Mrs. Claude Burnham, Friday. Mrs. James H. Prentiss entertained at bridge Thursday afternoon. Twenty guests were invited. Mr. and Mrs. Kerry Meagher expect to leave the middle of the month for Atlantic City for a brief stay. Dr. and Mrs. Charles Horsewell entertained Dr. and Mrs. E. G. Lewis of Muskegon a few days last week. Dr. George Pitts and F. E. M. Cole passed the week-end and Memorial day holiday at Lake Beulah, fishing. Miss Dorothy Smith, who has been attending Waterman hall at Sycamore, Ill., has returned home for the summer. Mrs. E. D. Wheeler entertained Friday in her home in Abbotsford road in honor of her mother, Mrs. Catharine Ristine of Chicago. Mrs. G. W. Dalton of Oshkosh, Wis., who has been visiting her daughter, Mrs. O. M. Ruth, here for a few weeks, left Tuesday for San Francisco, Cal. Mrs. Alvord Harrow and Mrs. Katherine Taylor of Ottumwa, Iowa, were guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Merritt Starr last week. Mr. and Mrs. Frank M. Chaffee of Cumnor road left Monday for a ten days' trip through Iowa to visit friends in various cities in that state. Word has been received here that a son was born recently to Dr. and Mrs. H. E. Stone of Toledo, Ohio. Mrs. Stone was formerly Miss Charlotte Walker of Kenilworth. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Dyar will leave in a few days for several weeks' trip throughout the lake region and western states. They have leased their home in Abbotsford road for the summer. Myron Hart returned Friday from Champaign after a visit with fraternity brothers in the university city. He will leave this week for Pittsfield, Mass., where he will visit for several weeks. Miss Marie Kasten, who is in Wellseley college attending commencement week excersises and social functions incident to the graduation season, will also attend a session of the alumnae committee of the college. Fritz Laughlin, small son of Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Laughlin of Cumnor road, suffered a painful injury Thursday when he fell from the front porch of the home. Three stitches were require to close a deep cut in the forehead. Mrs. Fred Little entertained at cards in her home Thursday in honor of Dr. E. A. Patterson of Baltimore, Md., who was a guest in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Armstrong. Dr. Patterson returned to Baltimore Saturday. Mrs. Eleanor Sorrel, who went to Culver, Ind., last week to attend the annual commencement exercises in the academy in that place, has written friends here that the largest class in the history of that institution will be graduated this week. A pretty home wedding occurred in Kenilworth Satuday when Miss Susan Phelps, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edward J. Phelps of Kenilworth, became the bride of William F. Zimmerman, also of Kenilworth. The ceremony was performed in the home of the bridegroom, best man, and and Hilmar Zimmerman and Robert Hammil, ribbon bearers.

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What People Are Doing In Kenilworth