Mrs. John Vennema entertained at cards Thursday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh B. Dyar are enjoying a cruise on the lakes. Mrs. G. P. Nichols is entertaining Mrs. H. J. Chapin of Boston. Myron Hart departed last week for Pittsburgh, where he will pass the summer. Mrs. Frank M. Chaffee returned Friday from an enjoyable trip in several cities in Iowa. Mrs. William S. Kies is entertaining her friend Mrs. Charles Starr of Chicago for a few days. Miss Eleanor Serrell has returned from Culver, Ind, where she has been attending a house party and other college festivities. Mr. and Mrs. William E. Dodson have closed their home in Melrose avenue and are on their farm near South Haven, Mich. Fred C. Traver and family expect to leave next week for an extensive trip throughout the east. They will spend two months on a motor trip in the New England states. Mrs. George W. Maher, who has been nursing her mother and father through an illness in their home on the south side, Chicago, has returned home, after a week's absence. Mrs. M. L. Bell returned last week from Des Moines, Iowa, where she has been for several weeks. She was accompanied by her mother, who will spend several weeks here. Mrs. Rufus K. Porter departed Monday for Boston, where she will enjoy an extended visit with her mother, Mrs. A. L. Dyar, formerly a resident of Kenilworth, Henry R. Corbett has returned to his home in Abbotsford road after a trip to Des Moines and Omaha. In the latter city Mr. Corbett visited with his mother, Mrs. H. M. Corbett, well known to many residents of Kenilworth. Mrs. Corbett accompanied her husband to Des Moines on the trip. Mrs. Franklin N. Corbin and daughter, who have been patients in the Evanston hospital for the last two weeks, are again at their home in Roslyn road. Both are improving steadily. Mrs. James Keith has returned to Kenilworth after an extended visit to Montreal, Canada, with her daughter, Mrs. Henry Hall, who returned to Kenilworth with her for a few weeks' stay. Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert W. Kelly left Tuesday for Plymouth, Mass., where they will pass six weeks or two months on a fishing and outing expedition. They will visit in Washington on their way to the coast. Mrs. Henry R. Corbett entertained Mme. Birdice Blye, the noted American concert pianist, Friday. Mme. Blye is a close acquaintance of Mrs. Corbett. She is recognized as one of the leading pianists of America. Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Reichmann will leave next week for a two months' tour in Europe. They will sail from New York on July 1. In the tour they will visit Germany, France and England. They expect to return to Kenilworth about Sept. 1. Mrs. C. K. Parmelee is the guest of her mother in Centralia this week. Mr. and Mrs. Leon M. Allen returned last week form an extended stay in Europe. They left Friday for the east, where they will attend the commencement exercises at the Cornell university. Mr. and Mrs. Percy Eckhart entertained twenty children in their home Friday afternoon in honor of the fourth birthday anniversary of their daughter, Marion West Eckhart. In the evening Mr. and Mrs. Eckhart also entertained eight couples, the occasion being the celebration of their tenth wedding anniversary.