What People Are Doing In Lake Forest
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Lake Shore News (Wilmette, Illinois), 10 Jul 1913, p. 3


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10 Jul 1913
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English
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Mr. and Mrs. Richard T. Fox are visiting in Virginia. Mr. and Mrs. John Ware are at the Onwentsia club. Miss Laura Rossiter is visiting relatives in West Virginia. Prof. Lewis Stuart of Lake Forest college has returned from Europe. Mrs. C. Morse Ely entertained at dinner Friday evening at the Onwentsia club. Mr. and Mrs. Medill McCormick have taken a house at Marion, Mass., for the summer. Mr. and Mrs. Henry S. Robbins and children have sailed for Europe. They will not return until late in the fall. Mr. Clarence Buckingham has returned to Lenox, Mass., and is at the Curtis hotel. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Brewster and children have sailed for Europe. They are taking their automobile with them and will motor until late in the fall. Saturday, Aug. 16 is the date decided upon for the Lake Forest Open Air Horse show. This year there will be a departure from the usual show routine, and there will be a number of gymnastic events participated in by young men and women of the north shore. The officers of the association are Arthur Meeker, president; Prentiss L. Coonley, vice-president; Charles S. Dewey, secretary; Francis J. Johnson, assistant secretary, and Edward S. Moore, treasurer. Mrs. Hugh Johnstone McBirney will entertain at dinner preceding the two performances to be given tomorrow and Saturday evenings by the Lake Forest Players. Others who will entertain are Mrs. Hobart Chatfield-Taylor, Mrs. William Paul Martin, Mrs. Robert J. Dunham and Mrs. J. Allen Haines. The plays to be presented are Stanley Houghton's "Fancy Free," and Miss Gertrude Roberts' "Makeshifts and Realities." After the performance refreshements will be served on the porch of the playhouse.

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