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In hand-gome in of Its of in all H. Peas-ley High-field; at of E. at N. of A. of of In at Plan-fleld, of two-weeks' of by of of of FENWICK PROMISES GAY SEASON THIS YEAR. Nearly All the Cottages arc Already. Open. (Special to The Couranty Fenwlck, June 29. Fenwlck season has fairly begun. The hot wave of the past week brought down a number of the cottagers and more will follow this coming week. The cottages are nearly all occupied by the owners or by tenants, and they will all be open by July 1 or thereabouts. thereabouts. The season of 1909 promises to be very gay, as an unusual number of young matrons are here and there will be a great deal of entertaining and a large number of guests at the cottages and hotel. Fenwlck Hall opened Its season with a large number of guests and a still larger booking of guests for July and August than there was last year at this time. Horatio Chapman will continue continue as manager. A very successful season at the hotel is anticipated. Senator and Mrs. Morgan G. Bulke-ley Bulke-ley Bulke-ley of Hartford have opened their cottage cottage on Beach road for the season. Members of the senator's family are occupying the cottage at the present. Mrs. Robert Erwin of Hartford has opened her cottage on Fenwlck avenue. avenue. Mrs. George H. Day of Hartford has opened her cottage on Fenwlck avenue. Mr. and Mrs. George Bulkley of Hartford, with their two children, have opened their cottage on Fenwick avenue. Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Beckwith, with their two sons, opened their cottage Monday. Mayor and Mrs. Thomas Macdon-nough Macdon-nough Macdon-nough Russell of Middletown, with Master Thomas Macdonnough Russell, Russell, Jr., and little Miss Russell, opened opened their cottage on Beach road Saturday. Saturday. Miss Ruth Jackson of Middle-town Middle-town Middle-town is a guest of Mr. and Mrs. Russell. Russell. ' Mr. and Mrs. William B. Clark of Hartford spent Wednesday to Saturday Saturday night at Sea Grove Cottage. Mrs. Clarence Wadswortlr and two sons of Middletown have arrived to spend the season at their cottage on Beach road.. . Miss Caroline ' Parker of Hartford Is a guest of her sister and brother-in-law, brother-in-law, brother-in-law, brother-in-law, brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne of Cincinnati Cincinnati at Edgemere Cottage on Beach road. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Post and children children of Englewood are guests of Mr. Post's mother and sister. Mrs. Post and Miss Post of Englewood. Mrs. Leverett Brainard and Miss Brainard of Hartford have opened their cottage on Fenwick avenue. Mr. and Mrs. Morgan G. Brainard and two children of Hartford have rented the cottage of Mr. and Mrs. William Matson of Hartford on Fenwick Fenwick avenue. Mr. and Mrs. Lyman Bralnerd and two children opened their cottage on Beach road, Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Lucius J. Barbour and Master Hlllard Barbour of Hartford arrived on Friday at their cottage on Fenwick avenue. They will spend the season here: Dyer Hubbard of Middletown has rented the cottage on Beach road of Charles E. Dustin of Hartford. Editor Henry B. Hale of East Hartford Hartford has opened his cottage at fenwlck. fenwlck. The Bradln cottage on Hartford place has been opened since June 17. The Misses Bradin have as their guests Miss Jackson of Middletown, Miss Haust of Newark and Miss Waite of Hartford. Recent arrival." at Fenwick Hall are F. N. Shepard, Portland; A. S. Havens, Havens, Bridgeport; J. L. Pratt, Essex; Miss Oakman, Pittsfield; Mrs. Clapp, Wlnthrop, Mass.: Miss Clapp and chauffeur. Pittsfield; N. G. Grlnn, Philadelphia; B. S. Clark, Mr. and Mrs. E. V. Bowers and chauffeur, Providence, R. I.; Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Thompson, Brooklyn, N. Y.; R. R. Hooper, New York; C. C. Hawes, Philadelphia; Philadelphia; G. M. Creig, Middletown; Laurence Perkins. Russell Perkins, Arthur Saysley and chauffeur, Pom-fret; Pom-fret; Pom-fret; Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Wallace and chauffeur, Mrs. C. J. Bushnell, Thomas Wallace, Charles English, Rudolph Rudolph Howall, New Haven; Mrs. J. H. Eden, J. H. Eden, Edenhall; Miss Chidsey, Mrs. R. I. Robely and chauffeur, chauffeur, Great Neck, L. I.; Alwyn Ball, jr., Alwyn Ball, 3d, New York; Robert O. Eaton, North Haven; Arthur Shepard, Shepard, Portland; Louis F. Ullman, New Haven; Robert H. Jackson, New Haven: Haven: Thomas Macdonaugh Russell, Middletown; Walter Wright, Essex. Hartford guests registered at Fenwlck Fenwlck Hall: Heywood H. Whaples, E. L. Ropklns, C. A. Goodwin, George Roberts, Roberts, Miss Constance Roberts, Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Potter and chauffeur. Miss Powell, E. W. Smith, H. H. Hathaway, Hathaway, Mr. and Mrs. E. V. Bowers, jr., and chauffeur, Mrs. W. A. Kelley, Miss S. Driscoll, Mr. and Mrs. J. L Martin, Martin, Jr., Miss Hall. R. Hollister, E. Bos-son, Bos-son, Bos-son, Miss Katherlne Martin and chauffeur. chauffeur. is a a at 30 In of is

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  1. Hartford Courant,
  2. 30 Jun 1909, Wed,
  3. Page 15

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