What People Are Doing In Kenilworth
Lake Shore News (Wilmette, Illinois), 12 Jun 1913, p. 3

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    Latitude: 42.08586 Longitude: -87.71756
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Some text in microfilm scan is illegible. Marked [damaged]. Mrs. Fred Wing has gone to Michigan, where she will spend the summer. Mrs. John Howard Jones has returned from a few days' visit in Milwaukee. Mr. and Mrs. Fred C. Traver are home from a trip in New York and Maryland. Mrs. J. Monroe Graham, Abbotsford, [damaged], is convalescent from an attack of the mumps. Mr. and Mrs. Sidney C. Eastman have taken a cottage at Glen View for the summer. Richard Hornwell has gone to the Michigan woods, where he will pass the summer. James Murray is in the southern states on an inspection trip through the wheat section. Mr. and Mrs. G. P. Nichols returned last week from a three weeks' trip in the eastern states. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Durham returned Thursday from a week's trip through northern Illinois. Mr. and Mrs. Scott Tinsman and children have returned from an automobile trip in Wisconsin. Mr. and Mrs. F. E. M. Cole departed Saturday for Baltimore, Md., where they will remain two weeks. The Kenilworth Bridge club was entertained in the home of Mrs. Bentley McCloud Wednesday afternoon. Dr. W. M. Stearns and family have gone to their farm near Bear's Lake, Mich., where they will pass the summer. Mrs. Mary Higbee has returned to her home in Macomb after a two weeks' visit with her son, William E. Higbee. Mrs. C. L. McCloud entertained her sister Mrs. B. H. Knodler,of Beloit, last week. Mrs. Rufus Porter and son will leave Monday for Boston, where they will pass the summer. Mr. Portor will join them later. Mrs. Charles Machin and daughter, Miss Mary Machin, departed Thursday for Denver, Colo., where they will pass several weeks. Miss France Stevens has returned for the summer vacation after spending the last six months as a student at National Park seminary. Mr. and Mrs. William E. Dodson departed Tuesday for South Haven, Mich. where the will spend the summer on their farm near that city. Mrs. Emma Gillis, who has been visiting Mr. and Mrs. Claude Burnham for the last few weeks, has returned to her home in Manchester, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence W. Gasque had as their guests last week Dr. and Mrs. Harry Applegate of Chicago and Mrs. Louise Van Deventer of Quincy. Mr. and Mrs. Leon Alen are homeward bound from a trip in Germany and other European countries. They are expected to land in New York this week. Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Miles left Friday for Asheville, N. C., where they will remain indefinitely on account of Mrs. Miles' health. It is thought that the southern climate will be benefitial. Mr. and Mrs. Owen T. Reeves, Jr., have returned from an extensive trip in the east. Among the places visited were Philadelphia, Washington, Atlantic City and other points of interest. Dr. and Mrs. Calvin S. Case have decided to remain in Kenilworth this summer insteac of occupying their summer home iin Ludington, Mich. Extensive repairs are being made on their Kenilworth home. Dr. and Mrs. Henry H. Everett entertained a few friends Friday evening in honor of Mrs. H. G. Prescott of Marinette, Wis., who has been a guest in the Everett home. Mrs. Prescott has returned to her home. Mr. and Mrs. George Wentworth and Mr. and Mrs. James Parker of Chicago have leased the J. C. Everett home for the sumer. Mr. and Mrs. Everett have gone to Waukazoo, Mich., where they will pass the summer. Mrs. Oswald Lockett is expected home this week from Pasadena, Cal., and other western cities, where whe has been for the last three months enjoying a western trip in company with her father, E. J. Madden, of Chicago. Miss Dorothy Coolidge left Wednesday for her home in Detroit after spending the last five months with her aunt, Mrs. Frank Coolidge, in Woodstock road. Miss Coolidge has been a student at Northwestern university. During her stay in Kenilworth she has made many friends. Mrs. Frederick C. Little is hostess this afternoon at a reception in her home in Essex road, given in honor of her guests, Mrs. J. E. Tilt and Mrs. George Kollen, both of Holland, Mich. One hundred and twenty-five invitations were issued for the event. The first of the series of Thursday evening dinner-dances we held last week and the Glen View Golf club. A number of dinner parties were given. Among those who took part in the informal dance in the evening were Judge and Mrs. S. C. Eastman, Mr. and Mrs. Oliver T. Wilson, Dr. and Mrs. Charles G. Fuller, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Bentley and others.

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What People Are Doing In Kenilworth