What People Are Doing In Lake Forest
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Lake Shore News (Wilmette, Illinois), 19 Jun 1913, p. 3


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19 Jun 1913
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English
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The Ferry Hall alumnae gave their annual luncheon Tuesday afternoon. Tuesday at the Onwentsia club the second of the season's woman's golf matches was held. A number of luncheons were given at noon by the different women who participated on the links. Mrs. Harold F. McCormick, who is spending the summer at Zurich, Switzerland, is taking many short motor trips with her daughter, Muriel, and son, Fowler. They will not return until fall. Mr. Harold F. McCormick and his daughter, Mathilde, will open their Lake Forest house upon his return from the east, where he has been learning to operate his new airship. Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Carey are in Lake Forest for the summer. A large number of Lake Forest people were attracted by the polo games at Meadowbrook, Long Island. Among those who attended the international contests were Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Meeker and Miss Katharine Meeker, Mr. and Mrs. Edward S. Adams, Mr. and Mrs. James Ward Thorne, Mr. and Mrs. Edward S. Moore, Harold F. McCormick and Frank Hibbard. Countess Clzycka again is home after an exended visit with Mrs. Thomas K. Laughlin in Washington, D. C. She is now busily engaged in planning the landscape garden which will adorn her new home on Ahwahnee road, a recent gift from her mother, Mrs. Robert W. Patterson. The house, which was purchased from Mr. Louis F. Swift, is surrounded by ten acres of ground, which will have the personal supervision of the new owner, Mr. Charles W. Folds. While the work is going on Mr. and Mrs. Folds are keeping the house in primitive style in the guest bungalow nearby. Mrs. Patterson will spend the summer at the Onwentsia club.

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