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TIIE SUNDAY .OREGON! AN, PORTLAND, JULY 11, 1920
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-jr ONTO BEACH. Wish, July 18. J
I r (Special.) Fl&blngr rocKa ana
A th-e promontories along the coast
nr substituted for mounUlas last
week-end by a party of Mazamae,
who made merry around the Drift
wood hotel. Hikes and bonfires were
.supplemented with a surprise party
for Miss Alice Stearns In honor of
- her birthday.
. .The group staged an old-fashioned
'da.ice and . masquerade In Driftwood
'hail and wound up with a midnight
- vi!per In the Bluebird confectionery.
jTbVob a cake with candles was pro
Tided for Mies Stearns. Mrs. M. E.
'libby and Mrs. S. E. Bush chaperoned
'e party. . Othr Mazamas at the
. I'tel over Sunday and Monday -were
' Cb ace Campbell, Bertha "Watson. Mar
;rerita Colpitta, It A. Treed, Olga
He llingby, Olive Hallingby. Elsie F.
Drack, Margaret Griffin, Louise Vial,
-SOnet G. Sherman, Harry C. Libby,
Kot w- Ayer, Ethel Freeman of Chi
:. eas'o,' Janette Maclntyre of Chicago.
ArUiur S. Peterson, Perlee G. Payton,
. Alice Wilson, Earl N. Davidson, K. A.
' Holloway, J. C. Bush, D. I Dutton,
' M. Uutton and Frank-H. Bush.
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Walton ; Spent
tbe week-end at the Knott cottage.
Other sruests were Dewey Norrls and
Mrs. Mina Harry and daughter.
Mr. and Mrs. H. Goldstein have
vponod a cottage in the Meadows.
They have with them Sam Hochfeld
and Bill and Jack Spellman.
William McMurray and Miss Agnes
McMurray arrived at Long Beach on
Sunday and registered at the- Drift
wood. They had just come from Sea
side. E. F. . Peterson. Mr. and Mrs. F.
Tisino and Mr. and Mrs1. A. King were
all at the Driftwood during the week.
Mre. P. S. Bates is in the Noon cot
tage for the season.
Mrs. H. Cruikshank and children
are In their house at Tioga.
- F. Marty and family are at Long
Mrs. E.- D. Harold and children
-have taken the Lyne house for the
summer. Mr. Harold will join them
Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Toder are spend
lnp their honeymoon at the coast and
are among those staying at the Long
Mr. and Mrs. William Peareon
pawed a week at Long Beach.
Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Stout have
opened their house at Beach Center.
Mrs. C. G. Applegath has arrived
with her children and will spend part
of the summer here.
The A. E. Wellington family is now
"at Long Beach.
Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Bell have
".Joined the summer colony here.
A large party of Knappton folk
passed three days at the North Beach
Inn.' They included Mr. and Mrs.
Williams and son, Mr. and Mrs. L. A.
Mansur, Mr. and Mrs. Higgins and
family, Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Settem,
Barbara and Elizabeth Settem, Mr.
and Mrs. L. Ward and daughter. Mrs.
L. T. Nelson. Mr. and Mrs. G. Mc
Allister and Mr. and Mrs. W. W.
Mrs. W. H. Criegler of Portland is
TlsiUng friends at North Beach inn
for a week.
Harry Coulter was here over the
Fourth and has since gone on to
D. G. Woodward has established his
"family in a house at Tioga. He re
turned to Portland Wednesday.
Among thooe at the Long Beach
hotel the past week were O. H.
Kuger. W. H. Fisher. Clare Monks,
".".Mr. C. G. Monks. Marie Monks, Mary
-A. MacKinnon, Mrs. J. F. Magers, Mr.
and Mrs. A. C. Heintz,' .Pearl and
F.mma Gross, A. R. Morris, Ellis J.
Sharkey. G. H. Behnke, Mr. and Mrs.
. C. Smith, Mr. and Mre. J. 3. Ken
nedy. C. J. Scoffins and Mrs. . H. E.
F. H. Woodman and family are
now at the beach. .
Charles Arthur was host for a
house party near the Breakers last
; Mrs. P. Hughes has opened a cot
tage for the summer. Her daughter
Vi with her.
. Jack Routledge spent last week
end on the beach.
The register at North Beach inn the!
past week contained the names of
H. M. Bates, Mrs. Sutten. Earl Sutten,
., W. M. Thelen, James Moore of Chi
l cago, R. C. Tiilson, M. Moore. Mil
dred peeder. Mr. and. Mrs. Eugene
, Chase of Dufur. Thomas E. Olson,
i Jack Adamson, Stuart F. Olson, F. B.
-Cook and Jean Hammer.
J. C. McFarland has opened a house
r. at Long Beach. ' . ,
COTTAGES OPEX AT SEAVIEW
Summer Colony Begins Entertain
ment at Week-End Parties.
SEAVIEW. Wash.. July 10. (Spe
" cial.) The Fourth of July celebration
at Ilwaco attracted many Seaview
cottagers this year. An all-day pro
gramme Included a baseball game be-
tween liwaco and Naselle and fire
works. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Thornton Ladd
: have moved into their summer home
at the Willows and have their chil
Iren here for the season. Mrs. Ladd's
mother is also to be with them.
Mr. and Mrs. William Sheely and
their daughter are at Seaview. - Mr.
Sheely's son-in-law was also a visitor.
He returned home Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. S. H. Dewart and son
arrived Sunday and have taken the
Millard house for the summer.
Captain and Mrs. J. J. Reynolds of
-Seattle, have taken the Pope Allen
house for the season. Mrs. Reynolds
was formerly of Portland.
Mr.- and Mrs. C. N. Huggins and
. their four children are passing the
summer in the Amme cottage on the
"." Mrs. J. T. McDonald has her family
.. . established in a house facing the rail
road jrack. Mrs. George E. Hogan
1 . .'V JTjZT v'iA
of Memphis. Tenn., paid a visit to Sea
side. With Mr. and Mrs. A. E. . Mc-
Croskey. J. A. Van Wie and Sada J.
Collamore. all of Portland, they drove
to the beach and made Locksley hall
Others passing the Fourth at Locks-
ley hall were: J. J.-Zanelle, Warren
E. Oliver, W. A. Mitchell. Mrs. Sam
Deitrich. Mrs. J. B. McKenile. R. A.
Earl. Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Grant, Mr.
and Mrs. C. E. Green, Mr. and Mrs.
A. C. Johnson. Mrs. Max Friedenthal, j
Miss Delia Payne. Mr. and Mrs. J.
Reed ana Mr. and Mrs. V. S. Estes.
Miss Helen Lucas. Miss Charlotte
Luaa and Miss Louise Bruce passed a
portion of their vacation here. They
stopped at Locksley hall over the holidays.
Jack and Dick Grant are spending
the summer at Seaside.
Dr. P. S. Koadt and sister, Mrs.
Mary Graham, were here for the
Other visitors included Mr. and Mrs.
Arnette and Rowena and Wilma A r-
nette of Culbertson. Mont.: R. Clough
of Colorado Springs. Marie and Fran
ces McGlumphy. Frank Thompson and
family, Mrs. B. D. Jacobs, Minnie
Kuhn. Gladys Thompson, Mr. and Mrs.
O. B. Scharrer. Mrs. Oscar M. Smith.
Sylvia G. Novotny of St. Paul. Minn.;
C. C. Koehler. O. L Dundas and son.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Wollrich and son
and daughter of Oregon City. Mr. and
Mrs. L. M. Thomas and daughter. Miss
B. A. Sheldon. Mrs. Alfred West of
Oregon City and George W. Bowers.
Soljoy Clarence Gray spent the week
end at the Seaside hotel. He was ac
companied' by . his wife and daughter
Mrs. J. B. Bridges, accompanied by
her daughter Marie, are at Seaside
for the summer months.
BOXFIRES DOT CVXXOX BEACH
Summer Home of ex-Governor West
Is'Scene of House Party.
ECOLA, Or.. July 10. (Special.)
way to this resort, Sunday after
noon and yet perhaps the greater
proportion of the machines did not
make their appearance here until
Monday, the parties having stopped
at some of the other resorts for Sun
day. But though the housing re
sources of the beach were taxed to
the limit, everybody was well cared
for and all enjoyed the elaborate pro
gramme prepared for their entertainment.
Scarcely were the holiday throngs
speeding homeward before the various
committees began active preparations
for the reception and entertainment
of shop employes of the Southern
Pacific, who will hold their annual
holiday at Rockaway. Saturday, July
17. Between 1300 and 2000 visitors.
bringing with them their 40-piece
band, will arrive during the morning
on two special trains from Portland,
and every effort will be made to
insure that their brief stay will be 1
as enjoyable as possible.
- Miss Eva M. Brandberg spent the
holidays with Miss Nellie Wehoffer
at. Hart's content. Lake Lytle. Miss
Brandberg and .Miss Wehoffer were
Sunday visitors at Bayocean.
Spending the season at Ocean Crest
apartments are Mrs. D. C. Burkhart
and children. Donald, Florence and
Jean of Portland.
For the coming week. Rockawav
cottage will shelter Mr. and Mrs. C.
J. Rldnour and family of Lincoln
Mr. and Mrs. Emil W. Martin and
son. Adrian of Portland, spent the
holidays in " Colorado cottage.
spending a week s outing at Taft
cottage are Mrs. F. D. Woods and
Mrs. R. B. Rector of Portland.
Oceana cottage houses Mis Grace
Beery of Portland. Miss Jones of Ta
coma. Mr. and Mrs. John Bickner
and daughter. Edith, and Mr. and
Mrs. Boyd, all of Oswego.
lue;ts at Kloshe Ulahee Mltlite
are Mr. and Mrs. Jones of Milwaukle
j-ieignts. Mr. Kinney of Sellwood and
Mr. Darling of Portland.
m iiasnmFion cottage are Elmer
Hundreds of motorists braved narrow I Baker and Glenn Leach of Tillamook
and three children from Fresno, Cal.,
are with. her.
The F. B. Stambaugh family, who
are in Harmon lodge, entertained
guests last week-end.
Mr. and Mrs. George A. Donald are
in a house at Holman station. Their
son is with them.
Mr. and Mrs. O. A. Cook and three
children have opened the Cook house
on the boulevard for the summer.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Munley, after
spending several days at Seaview
hotel, have taken the Waltham cot
tage for a month. . Their children,
Raymond, Margaret and Robert Jr.,
and Josephine E. Keefe are with
Miss Helen Chandler has been en
tertaining guests in the Waters cot
tage. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Sheen have
"La Casita" this summer.
C. L. Simpson and W. C. Benbow
have been visitors on the beach dur
ing the week.
The William Hull family cut short
their vacation a week ago Friday and
returned to Portland.
The following were at Seaview
hotel the past week: J. E. Carver of
St. Helens, J. S. Dudley and family
of Kalama, G. W. Yates, Miss D. M.
Craige, Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Collins,
H. O. Irvin. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph
Brackett and grandson, Mrs. Jessa
mine Van Hoeranberg. Mr. and Mrs.
Earle S. S. Smith. Lillian Biersdorf,
Silvia Crear. Mr. ana Mrs. R. N. Mil
ler and F. R. Beck of Pullman.
Mrs. S. A. Mulkey and daughter ar
rived at the beach early in the week.
Mrs. C. A. Doty and Charlotte Doty
of Chehalls, are visiting at Shel
bume hotel. They were joined later
this week by the remainder of the
Raymond ' Lewis and Leslie Ruble
cam motored over from Seattle for
the Fourth and were guests of Curtis
and Julia Hoare.
Portlanders at the Shelburne are
Gertrude Druck Glutsch, Mrs. Nellie
Glutsch, Mr. and Mrs. George J. Kelly
Holiday guests at Sunset hotel were
Miss Eula Gibson, Lamar R. Gibson.
Mrs. G. W. Allen, Mr. and Mrs. T. J.
O'Brien, Anita F. O'Brien, Irene C.
O'Brien, Anna Plettenberg and Flor
ence Mclnnis. Elmer Reed and Clif
ton Berry were also here for the
Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Douglas and
their family are in the Dan Kellaher
Miss Eliza Parker spent several
days at the Parker house, which has
been rented for the season to a
Seattle family. .
Mrs. J. Walter Johnson and her
baby are summering in "Blankholm"
-Mr. : and Mrs. J. A. Jennings and
family are established in "Aloha" for
the season. .
Mr. and Mrs. W. F! Manthey opened
their cottage at Seaview the past
week and had as their guests for the
week-end Mrs. C. H. Walzek and chil
dren, Mr. and Mrs. Roger Gregg. Mr.
and Mrs. William C. Sorsby, Robert
McCabe and Frank Linnoth.
self famous by organizing the "Hexa
Mr. and Mrs. Cameron Squires
headed the list with another group
of motorists at the hotel. With them
were Mr. and Mrs. Carleton Betts,
Miss Rhoda Rummelin. Miss Cath
erine Hart. Mr. and Mrs. William
Stevens and Ernest Swigert
The hotel register also contained
the names of Mr. and Mrs. H. D.
Angell. Mr. and Mrs. Brockwell Stat
ter, Brockwell Statter Jr., Dorothy
and Marlon Statter, Mr. and Mrs. H.
V. Carpenter, Nancy Jane, Mary Ellen
and Martha Ann Carpenter. They
later drove to Cannon beach.
John L. Etheridge and Frank W.
Keeler also drove down and were at
the hotel. They spent Sunday night
at the Grossmayer cottage In Gear
hart. Monday they returned to Port
land, racing in with Phil Metschan.
Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Gray brought a
party to the hotel In their machine.
Those who made the trip were Miss
Edna Gray, Mrs. N. Mills and baby.
Edna Crume and Bertha Hall.
opened the big Thompson house on
the board walk and will soon be
joined by the Lewis I. Thompsons
and Mr. and Mrs. Edward A. Thomp
son. While Mr. Thompson is passing
ten days at the coast he is enjoying
golf on the Gearhart links.
Mr. and Mrs. Monte Mayer motored
down for the Fourth and are spend
ing a vacation at Seaside. With them
is Miss Fisher of San Francisco, who
will later in July be the guest of Mr.
and Mrs. Harry Lang at Gearhart.
Mrs. Bernard Albers and her family
motored down last week and are in
their cottage on the -hoard walk. ,
Mrs. H. W. Schwartz of Walla
Walla has opened Round-Up cottage.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Marker Smith have
a cottage on the board walk and are
entertaining Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Hussa.
Mrs. Ralph Mitchell, who has had
her children at the beach since May,
now has as her house guest Mrs. J. P.
Rettenmayer of San Francisco, who
will remain another week. Last Sun
day Mr. Mitchell. Mark Woodruff and
Miss Ruth Joslyn were also at the
Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Digman and
three sons are passing the summer at
Mrs. Katherine Moss passed a week
at the beach.
Irving Huntington was the guest of
the J. A. Prag family over the holi
days. . Included in a party of Portland
youths who drove down for the
Fourth were Earl Clark, Fred Walker,
Richard McLardy, Ed and Bob Bur
ness, Malcolm Ringler and Lee Jones.
Robert Corbett and Earl Mett
motored down last week-end and
stayed at Mrs. Gertrude Corbett's
Gene Whitten and his father, W. J.
Roy Olson, Mies Theresa Brown and
Ed Schumaker. They were here over
Mr. and Mrs. G. Johnson drove down
roads and hairpin turns in order to
pass the holidays at Cannon beach.
which was the scene of much activity
over the Fourth of July. Numerous
bonfires dotted the beach during the
The summer home of ex-Govern "r
over the week-end, bringing with Oswald West- was the scene of a llve-
Erfward Rrazell and Dr. E. F. Zel-
gelman were at the Seaside hotel Sun- Whitten. were on the beach for the
SEASIDE DRAWS THOUSANDS
Resort Over Week-End Has Fourth
of July Aspect. .
SEASIDE, Or., July 10. (Special.)
Crowds that are said to have
equalled any ever on this beach spent
last Sunday and Monday here and
cramped every accommodation for
visitors. Good weather brought sev
eral thousand motorists, whose cars
lined the downtown streets.
Bonfires and pyrotechnic displays
dotted the sand Sunday night and
gave the place a truly Fourth of July
atmosphere. Firecrackers and tor
pedoes and small boys running here
and there with punks were plentiful.
With such a rush did the holiday
merrymakers descend upon the beach
that preparations for handling them
were far from adequate and almost
every restaurant entertained a wait
ing line from early morning until late
at night. The greater number of the
visitors left late Monday, but the
more permanent vacationists re
mained over to enjoy the local cele
bration consisting of races and fire
works near the pier. Elaborate sky
rockets and other pyrotechnics wound
up with a set piece, an American flag.
. While actual social events have not
yet taken a place on the calendar,
one affair ' of interest was the first
of-the evening dances in the grille a
the Seaside hotel Saturday night.
Seaside hotel was crowded over th
Fourth and was the headquarters for
numerous motor parties. On Friday
Mr. and Mrs. Phil Metschan, Dorothy
and Phyllis Jane Metschan. Mr. and
Mrs. K. K. Kubli and Margaret an
Katherine Kubli arrived. . Mr. Kubli
was much elated when- he caught 1
fish off the pier in front of the hotel.
Mr. Metschan . meanwhile made him
day and Monday. The register also
contained the names of Mr. and Mrs.
C. S. Samuel. Leo and Willard A.
Samuel, Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Gosliner
and Terese Gosliner of San Fran
cisco, Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Koshlome.
Delphtne and Teddy Koshlome and
A. H. Salomon. i
Miss Sarah Harris. Miss Rae Gold
smith and Sol Harris were at the
Mr. and Mrs. William D. Nash, Mrs.
Howard Nash and children made the
hotel their headquarters. Another
group included Mr. and Mrs. C. K.
Zilly and Mr. and Mrs. Don Ross.
Vera Grant came with Mrs. A. J.
Grant and Ruby L. Archambeau of
Portland was accompanied by Mrs. J.
H. Symons of Elyrta, Ohio. Mr. and !
Mrs. W. O. Fenaughty had with them.
J. I. Overman, J. F. Gumane, D. J.
Fenaughty. D. K. Fenaughty. A. P.
Jameson and Dorothy Peterson.
Mrs. Fred Zanello accompanied Le
Roy Brandenstein and Miss Helen
Brockhaven. who were registered at
he hotel. C. W. Twining Jr.. George
W Hochs. Miss Frances Rusch, Miss
Edith Suttle and Miss Grace Hochs
made up another party.
The register also contained the
names of Mr. and Mrs. O. H. Schwerd
mann, Joseph Simon, Mrs. A. Ober
dorfer. Doris Oberdorfer, Mr. and Mra
R. J. Schestler. Mr. and Mrs. Elwell
Eastman, K. Peare. H. L. Gray, Mr.
and Mrs. R. L.. Barron. Roy I. Mun
dell. Harry Marcus, Mrs. Edith Mead,
Ruth Mead, C. H. Mead, George D.
Schaen and wife, Mr. and Mrs. B.
Rosenfeld ' and son, Mr. and Mrs. M.
J. Harlan and son, Mr. and Mrs. C.
M. Hall and three children, Mrs. R
H. Entoe and two children. Mr. and
Mrs. W. F. Temby. Deo Mallett, Frank
Elvers, Mrs. M. Sichel, H. H. Sichel,
Mr. and Mrs. H. Kelly, W. F. Powers,
M. Murray, Mrs. E. Blank and sons.
Mrs. C. W. Hastings, Mr. and Mrs. D.
T. Eaton. L. C. Wright of La Grande,
J. A. Griffin of Eugene, W. D. Carter,
M. A. Baker. Air. and Mrs. I. Aronson,
Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Tucker, Dr. and
Mrs. H. L. Chandler. W. J. Kuhl, J.
G. Sterling, Naomi Beleter, Mr. and
Mrs. L B. Senosky, Mr. and Mrs. Irv
ing R. Stearns, G. O. Cady and family.
R..W. Grant and family, Mr. and Mrs.
N. Brownstein, Miss R. and Miss P,
Brownsteln. M. Cohen, R. W. Hallett.
C. F. Gemberling, A. I. Brown, F. J.
Miller, A. McAllstein, Miss Mabel
Schott of St. Louis, Miss Belle Martin
Miss H. Loewy, ' Dr. A. G. Bett-
man. Miss Bessie. Bell, Miss Lorna
Couperthwaite and R. J. Couperth-
Dr. Sanford Loeb and his mother
and sister were -at the Seaside hotel.
Another group registered was com
posed of Bina A. Faymonvllle Jr.,
Bernard Faymonvllle Jr., Miss Juanlta
Hart and Fred L. Abbott. Mr. and
Mrs. R. M. Townsend, Mr. and Mrs.
C. H. Levis. Mrs. Willard Bond of
Pendleton, Miss Lois Macy, Mrs. Leo
Martin of Harrisburg, Betty Bond of
Pendleton and Mrs. A. L. Hays made
up another week-end party.
F. C. Stewart with his wife and son
were Kelso folk at the hotel. Mra
Frank Welch of Pendleton was with
Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Cullinan and son
were at the hotel early In the week,
coming last Friday. The two "men
folk" took an active part in handling
the fireworks around the hotel.
Mr. and Mrs. D. H. Flnsmoor and
Mr. and Mrs. F. T. Mundell were at
the Seaside. J. G. Howell, Mrs,
Howell and Master John, and Mrs.
S. Schuletn also week-ended there.
Others on the list were Mr. and Mrs
Theo E. Harlihy, Mr. and Mrs. F. L.
Thompson, Mrs. T. M. Ltghtner, Joy
Lock, A. K. Bagley, Mr. and Mrs.
M. M. Cohen and daughter and Mau
rice Oppenheimer of Spokane. Mrs
George L. Greenfield, Altha M. Green
field, F. W. Eisenhardt, Miss Florence
White, Mrs. W. E. Wilson, Mrs. B.
Taylor, -Mrs. H. A. Burbank, Daisy
Carter, Melessa Varner, Anita Stanley
and C. Krohy.
Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Thompson have
Mre. H. Cofoid and her two sons.
Harry and Walter, are at the beach.
Mrs. Cofoid's mother is also at the
Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Brady, Mr. and
Mrs. .A. M. Mears and W. F. Brady
are in the cottage just purchased
by M. F. Brady, formerly the McFad
Mr. and Mrs. F. Tebben motored
down Sunday with their family. .Their
four daughters, - Elizabeth; Charlotte,
Beatrice and Winifred, made the
Mrs. Katie A. Cook and Miss Isabel
Cook spent the week-end here.
Mr. and Mrs. William McMurray
and daughter spent the Fourth in
Mrs. Dan J. Malarkey has a house
ful at her place on the board walk.
Neil, Dan and Tom, and their cousin,
Herbert Malarkey. are with her, also
her daughter. Mrs. Cartwright, and
the Cartwright baby. Mr. Malarkey's
brother, Jim. has taken a house near
by and his wife and son. Hunt, are at
The Murlark this year Is being oc
cupied by Mr. and Mrs. C. Henri Labbe
and their children.
When they were unable to secure
accommodations for the Fourth at the
beach, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Metzger
stopped in Astoria. They motored
daily to Seaside. .Mr. and Mrs. Joe
Rothchild were with them.
Milton R. Klepper passed last
week-end at the beach as a guest at
Dr. Locke's home.
Among the groups of Portlanders
who were at the coast last Sunday
and " Monday were two carloads of
young people who drove down to
gether. Mr. and Mrs. John Mortimer
Bruhn (Pauline Wolfard). Miss Le
nore ' Blaesing. Maurice Mann and
Miller Bruhn occupied one machine,
while in the other were Mr. and Mrs.
William Daughtrey (Helen Buckley),
Miss Margaret Versteeg and Richard
Mr. and Mrs. Will Wheelan and
Jack, Dick and Jean Wheelan are
here for the summer. They have se-
ured the W. T. O'Brien house.
Mrs. Charles T. Early opened her
house last Sunday and spent the
Fourth here with her son, Ray. She
returned to Portland, planning to
come back to the beach Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. James Cellars (Mig-
non Allen) spent the Fourth in. Sea
side. They are well known in uni
versity circles and are now making
their home in Astoria-
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Korell and
child are established in a house on G
street for the summer. Miss Mabel
Korell spent last week-end with the
Mr. and Mrs. Harry H. Austin mo
tored to the beach and passed the
double holiday here. With them were
Irma Austin and Earl Cash.
Mr. and Mrs. William Ehrman and
Joe Ehrman are in their cottage for
Mrs. William McKlnney has opened
her house on the board walk.
. Dr. H. F. Sturdevant was with his
family at Seaside Saturday, Sunday
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Gray have taken
one of the Butterfield cottages on
the board walk and will remain
through the summer. With them over
the holidays were Mr. and Mrs. J. B.
Miss Georgia Benson and Miss Ruth
Hopkins are house guests of Mrs.
C. B. Unander. Miss Benson has just
graduated from finishing - school in
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hopkins mo
tored to the beach over last week-end.
Mr. and Mrs. Reynelle G. Cornish
have taken a cottage on the board
Mrs. Charles Shea has brought
Charles, Jr., Maxine and the baby to
Seaside for the summer.
V. C. Stetson drove his car down
last Saturday, bringing with him Miss
Leona. Philo, Miss Margaret . Brojt n,
them a party of Portland girls. In
the group were Lottie Corbin, Helen
Kaseberg and Sarah Johnson
Mrs. David Dunne and Gladys
Dunne opened one of their houses this
week. They were Joined by Dorothy
Dunne, who was here earlier with a
party of girls.
Mr. and Mrs. Dean Hayes have been
guests of Mrs. C. B. Unander on the
board walk. They brought their car
to the beach
"Locke-Haven" has been occupied
the past week by Dr. and Mrs. J. K.
Locke and son, Edward. Miss Beat
rice Locke is passing week-ends with
them. The family will remain until
July 15, -when William Huesner is to
have the house.
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Sigglin
(Marguerite Palisch) spent the Fourth
of July at Seaside
Mrs. M. A. Heltkemper Is visiting
her daughter, Mrs. A. R. Wascher of
George E. K. Flchtner and his
daughter, Mrs. B. A. Claussenius, are
established in a house on First
One of 'the tents at Simpson's has
been occupied the past week by Mrs.
D. I. Cooper of Portland, who has
with her Mrs. F. H. Carey of Terre
Haute. Ind., and Mrs. A. M. Elliott
and son, William, of Fairfield, 111.
The J. D. Leonard family are In a
house on the board walk. They mo
tored down last week.
The H. Claussenius cottage on
Ninth avenue has been opened.
C. F. Neidermeyer has established
his family in their house here.
. Mrs. E. Stevens and children ar
rived, a week ago Thursday and are
in a house on Third street
Conrad Roth, Kenneth Condon and
Donald Condon are a trio of Portland
boys spending the summer here.
Miss June Jacobs, accompanied by
her mother and Ralph Morse, motored
down for last week-end.
Mrs. Ellis E. Clary and daughter,
Miss Salona Clary, are in their cot
tage for the summer.
Al Mellke and Ray Ward spent
Sunday and Monday in Seaside. They
came down in a motor car.
Gus Hixon is spending the summer
at the beach. He is one of O. A. C.
best known football players.
Mr. and Mrs. A. Apel are in their
Opal and Hazel Blinn and Bernice
Hunt made up a motor party down
for the Fourth. They were chaper
oned by Mrs. Blinn, who has taken
the Adams house for the season.
Miss Madeline Stone was at Seaside
last week-end with a party of friends
Mr. and Mrs. N. F. Johnson and
Mrs. 1.. K. Shrajler was hostess at
cromle cottage to the following
quests over tne holidays: Mr. and
-irs. -iartlon Doty. Mr. and Mrs. E
J. cneiiinK. Pau tit anH R.t..
Schelllng and Mr. and Mra Ka
Captain John Groat and nieces, tlie
.H isses L.niy and Kmma Groat, all of
Tillamook: P. P. Whltmore and Miss
c na Linden of McMinville.
r.siaDiisned for the summer in her
cottage. GlanLlyn. are Mrs. John A.
Hyland and her guests. Mrs. V Till
man. W. M. Tillman, all of Portland,
and Mrs. W. J. Black and son. James.
u ii .
. .i. uiriK cottage has been opened
me season oy Mr. and Mrs. G. L
V. and family of Portland
j.i Roosevelt cottage are Beulah
L Y " lss ,"lttI of Tillamook.
a..na nungaiette shelters .Mr. and
p . ;, T L,UUI!1"' and son, Jimmie, of
r-k . .
.-'um.cuea in McKinley cottage for
present week are Mr.
A. D. Leach of Pnrtbnj
Portlanders who spent 'the holldavs
at the Hotel Elmore are Adolph H
Rebe, Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Robinson!
Mrs. J A. Thurm. Miss Julia Thurm,
Dr. and Mrs. D. O. Webster -
t . Haystrom and Mrs. vi3vi-nn. n
and Mrs. H. A. Malone.v hh ,t..." '
Mr. and Mrs. J. C Slp'nvin m-
Mrs. F. W. Camp. Mr. and Mrs. C
Haas and daughter u.c i
and son. Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Lefever.
W. L Page and family. Mrs. Margaret
Robertson and daughter. Lillian- Mr
and Mrs. Fred Dose. Mr. and Mrs!
Nels Jacobson. Mr. T3d Trautman.
Mr. and Mrs. McKinley Mitchell and
Tnw ar.V, Mr,' "nd Mrs' A" B Smih.
J. W. Neville M TJ. ... r
A ... .nr. ana
Mrs. George Miller. rr.ro o cm
well. W. L. Hempy. J. A. Cooper. Mr
and Mrs. Jack Russell and son. Mr.
and Mrs. Fred R'l .
Tom Tracy and Melvin Aust.
curler Hotel Elmore ol.i
were M. Le.uoh. Al II r:,,i,trnm vt-
Harvey P. Ebinsrer . j ' "
t 'v''1 Dor,s Sumerlln. Iona
lembroke. Lrrold Haltom. Roy Trout
Howard Trout. Ethelyn Crawford
-Arlene Rnro-A u i T
cupy their own house. They will pass Lamar. Blanche T...n. ' J Ta..s
Martin and daughter, and Merle RoW-
",5 l imamook: Mr. and Mrs. R. H
Glovis of Great Falls. Mont.: Mr and
;.'"' Apperson and niece of
i,nuvfr' Wash.: J. H. Chatterton
of Wheeler; D. E. Bever of Rrih,-
and Mrs. Al Smith f r... i.'
ly house party. Miss Helen West had
her guests on a motor trip Will-
am Hawkins Jr.. Helen Hawkins and
Harry Cofoid. Mr. and Mrs. B. C.
Patterson and Edmund C. Giltner also
were with the Wests. Mrs. West's
father and mother, Mr. and Mrs.
Owen Hutten. will remain with her
through the season.
Miss N. G. Tucker was hostess over
the week-end to Miss Hanita Frieden
thal. M. H. Mayne, W. E.'Robbins and
Mrs. Meta Dekker in the Friedenthai
Mrs. S. L. Eddy has her children
Beatrice and Emma Jane, at the War
ren hotel for a week before taking
them to Newport for the remainder
of the summer. Mr. Eddy was at the
coast over the holidays.
Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Brodie of Ore
gon City passed several days at the
Warren with Madelon and George
Brodie, Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Harding,
Ben Harding and Mrs. Margaret Bean,
all of whom motored to .the beach.
Mr.' Brodie had Just returned from a
A large party at the Warren for the
Fourth included Dr. and Mrs. Charles
E. Sears, Norma and Marcella Sears,
Mrs. S. D. Mentz of Chicago, Mrs.
Richard Miller of Seattle and Hiss
Marjorle Miller of Seattle.
State Senator A. W. Norblad and
his family have opened up their house
for the season. Mrs. E. S. Fisher of
Portland. Me., is their guest.
Baltls Allen motored to the beach
with his family 'over last Sunday.
Misses Monta , acd Esta Megley
drove in from Portland last Sunday.
Madame Lucie Valair was one of a
party that passed the week-end here.
She drove with friends from Port
W. R. Allen and family arrived
Wednesday from Walla Walla to oc-
Chrlstlne Bergsvic of Portland, spent
the Fourth at Mary Ethel cottage.
Walla Walla people who will spend
the season at Ocean Crest apartn ents
are Mr. and Mrs. B. E. LaDue
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Talbott, of Mon
roe. Ore., are guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. 3. S. Johnson and
daughter, Mary Elizabeth, of Tilla
mook were at Newcomb cottage over
the Fourth. Mr. Johnson dellve ed
the Independence day oration at the
Dr. and Mrs. W. C. Hawk, of Bay
City, spent the Fourth at -their new
Domiciled in Re!d cottage for the
(season are R. A. Lucas and Charles
T. Coffee, both of Portland.
At the Johnson cotta is Mrs. C.
C. Relsman. of Portland.
The following Portlanders were
registered at The Fireside during the
week: Mrs. E. O. Shepherd. Mr. and
Mrs. G. A. Ridgon. O. O. Smith. Louise
Bruce. Gertrude Wodtley and J. J.
Vernon and George Lawrence of
Portland, are making a brief stay at
A novel and artistic fountain has
been installed in the yard of the
Occupying the Brown cottage for
the week are Mr. and Mrs. Samuel H.
Roane and daughter, and Paul Wig
gins all of Portland.
After a separation of 40 years, three
sisters, Mrs. Julia Cree of Bowie. Tex..
Mrs. J. M. Ovelman of Portland and
Mrs. H. S. Musser of Pittsburg, are
enjoying an extended vacation at
Ocean Crest apartments.
Recently at Bide a Wee for a short
vacation were Mr. and Mrs. Harry
McWade and son Billie of Portland.
Sea View cottage is sheltering Mr.
and Mrs. J. C. Mayer and family of
At the Schrantz cottage is Mrs. L.
L. Williams of Portland.
For the remainder of the season
Rockaway cabin will be the home of
Mrs. A. C. Allyn of Portland
Schrantz camp shelters Mr. L. P.
Rockwood of Forest Grove.
Registered at Brownie camp over
the Fourth were Mr. and Mrs. Oscar
Weidner. Marion and Dorothy Weid-
ner of Yamhill and Charles E. Hursh
and wife of Portland.
For the month of July the McCord
cottage will domicile Mrs. W. J. Wil
cox and the Misses Elizabeth and
Marion Whitney, all of Portland.
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Neth and daugh
ter Frances of Portland will spend
the months of July and August in
their cottage. Neth-Erlands.
Salem people registered at the Salt
air hotel over the week-end were A.
A. Unruh. Doris Unruh, Mr. and Mrs.
Lee M. Unruh and Vera Oehler. Glen
da Sumerlin and Mr. and Mrs. L, E.
Ilinman. all of Portland, also spent
the Fourth at that hotel.
Mr. and Mrs. E. B. fittings of Port
land are visiting the latter's sister.
Mrs. G. A. Boldrick, at Cosy Corner
Mr. and Mrs. Faye Stallcope of Bri
dal Veil, Or. , were among recent vis
itors at this resort.
Guests of Mrs. Frank Hart at their
cottage. Lake Lytle. over the Fourth
were Mrs. George France and Doro
thea France, Miss Tillle Amensen and
Ray Rldeout. all of Portland.
Mr. and Mrs. B. E. LaDue of AValla
Walla, Wash., are spending the sea
son at Elmore.
At Russell's camp over the holidays
were Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Soderberg
much of their time with the Bert Al
iens in the Gallagher hpuse.
Mrs. William loung Is established
in her cottage for the season.
Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Brandt and son
are passing their vacation at the
The Ekstron cottage housed a
croup from Astoria over the Fourth. Mr. and Mrs ii, .?
Misses Georgia and Alma Ekstron
had as guests Winnie Van Dusen and
Miss Hazel Crook. Miss Crook is
former Portland girl, though now liv-
ig in Astoria.
Among those registered at Ecola
inn during the past week were Mr.
and Mrs. J. C. Lee. Mr. and Mrs. F. L.
Francis. Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Francis,
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Mansfield and
Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Jones and Mrs.
Miss Joy Johnson are spending two I J. R. Jones and three children are In
weeks at the coast. Mr. Johnson a house here. J. R. Jones is passing
formerly was chief of police of Port- I week ends here and will probably be
Chauncey Wightman, Jess Digman
and William B. Mahoney were at the
beach Sunday and Monday. The boys,
whose homes are in Portland, have
been passing the summer seining at inn.
with his family part of August.
Mrs. J. O'Connor is visiting her son.
J. R. O Connor at Cannon beach.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Tenser and
daughter have been at Sylvan Park
Miss Clovlna Larson is spending
the summer with her uncle. Will
Basil Burke. Ed Geary and Robert
Cole are three members of Portland's
younger set who motored down over
Charles Schnabel and family are in
a cottage on the board walk.
George Rogers and family have the
F. A. TJrfer cottage
Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Chapin and fam
ily have taken the Bailey bouse for
John A. Beckwith will have hi:
I family in Mrs. Cornell's cottage dur
lng the season.
Visitors at the Warren hotel in the
past week have been Miss Julia A.
fj '.;-. ca"a -Mrs' w- J- Page and
Mr. and Mrs. W .T vni,
ing a month at Ocean y-(... .
Miss Aleen Hart arrive.! i...
" "Peno tne summer with her r,srun.
AT r .1 n, . '
Established for the .ovr, i
,af ' 0or"t Ldge. Is W. A. Ches
ley. of Portland, with him is his
daughter. Miss Charlotte Chesley. Mrs
niey win join the party later.
Portland registrants at the
Anderson hotel were H. T. Griffith,
A. H. Winter. D. W. Money V M
Broth. L. Slmonson. Mr. and Mrs' W
Dawson and David Petty.
airs, f . Miller had as her - ..
over the Fourth the Misses Muriel
Myrtle and Mildred Stevens. Geneva
Stempleton. A. M. Jones arid daughter
Mildred and J. C. Carr, all of Portland.
In the Idol tent are Mf- nnt Af-..
V. W. Hickman, of Rav r-iix-
Guests of Mr. and .Mrs. H H w
at the Studio annp a r i.- j
Workman, of Twin Falls and Mr. and
Mrs. J. H. Corbett. Mr.
Among those who have been regis- Mathew, Miss Harriett Lenox of
tered at the Rollins hotel, especially
over the Fourth, were B. L. Metzger,
K. Morrison. Mr. and Mrs. N. L.
Bailey, R. G. Bailey, Dr. A. C. Bailey.
D. F. Murphy, Mr. and Mrs. A. B.
Fox, Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Kizer, Mr.
and Mrs. L. B. Miller and Mr. and Mrs,
J. O. Laws,
Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Morgan and Miss
Gladys Morgan passed the Fourth at
the beach. They were registered at
Necanicum Inn. Others at the same
hotel were Mrs. J. A. Bell. Mfss Eu
genia "Morse, Gladys V. Barrette. L. M.
Clark, R. J.. Glck. Mr. and Mrs. J.
Lovett of Oregon City, Mr. and Mrs.
T. H. Burgess. Mrs. A. M. Knapp, Mr.
and Mrs. W. Schmuckli. Mr. and Mrs.
W. F. Breen, Mr. and Mrs. F. W.
Torgler, Mrs. L. P. Kllppel, Essie
Drake, Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Pratt and
A Beaverton party at Necanicum
Inn over the Fourth included Mr.
and Mrs. Doy Gray, John Myron and
Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Spaulding and
Jean Marie Spaulding had a house
over the week-end. They were ac
companied by Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Swart. The entire party came from
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bosch have
been spending a portion of their
wedding trip at Seaside.
A party of Portland, folk made
merry at a big bonfire opposite
Locksley hall last Sunday night, en
joying a beach supper and fireworks.
In the group were Robert Koshland
of Boston, Elise Feldman, Gladys
Dunne, - Miss Delphine Rosenfeld,
Joseph Ehrman Jr. of San Francisco.
Rae Goldsmith, George Wolfe. Ade
laide Myer, Mrs. C. Rosenfeld, Mr. and
Mrs. Koshland and H. H. Sichel.
Mr. and Mrs. L. Adams of Oregon
City and Mrs. Gilbert Hedges and
three children are occupying the Piper
Locksley hall housed over the
Fourth a party composed of Mra
Charles Rosenfeld, Miss Emily Wise
of New York, Miss Elise Feldman,
Miss Delphine Rosenfeld. Joe Feld
man and Robert J. Koshland of Bos
ton. . While oh their honeymoon on the
coast. Mr. and Mrs. Charles. Stephens
neapolis, Mrs. Z. K. Carson, Mrs. F. T.
McBride, F. Reed McBride and family
Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Gile, Dr. and Mrs;
Jean Cllne. Helen Prentiss, W. D.
Chessman. Mrs. C. W. Budd, Beulah
and Helen Budd, J. A. Lawson. Miss A.
Wilson of Wauna, Esther Kasen,
a A. I Rude. Mrs. Elmer Wills. Miss May
Min- Hennessy and Willis Barker, all of
Mr. and Mrs. George D. Mullen and
son. of Portland, are spending their
vacation in Tent park.
l-iammond cottaee shelters fnr ih.
entire season. Kathleen and Marie
Kirkley. Mrs. W. Selkirk and MrC n
Mella. Olin eer. J. L. Rov. W. M. Clark A. Bates, all of Portland
and wife and child. Mr. and Mrs. Ted Miss Margaret M. Reed, of Wheeler,
Wood. Mrs. L. L. Townsend. Mr. and ,a Nebraska cottage.
Mrs. P. J. Anderson, Hortense Mac Domiciled In Bide A Wee cottage
Master and Leatta R. Newton of Pen- are Mr- and Mrs. Harry McWade and
dleton. son Billie. of Portland.
Mrs. Mary E. Fawcett. dean of Mrs- s- E. McGuirk and son Ralph,
women at Oregon ' Agricultural col- f Portland, are spending the present
lege, and Lillian M. George, also of
the college, were at the Warren.
Two professional women who
passed the week end at the Warren
were Miss M. P. Flack, advertising
expert, and Dorothea Nash, Portland
Mr. and Mrs. John H. Hartog passed
the holidays at the Warren.
Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Brown and Mr.
and Mrs. W. A. Hanscom are at
"Browny Court" for the season. They
are Astoria folk.
Dr. and Mrs. Carl Hoffman and
children have taken a house for the
summer. The Hoffmans live in Wood
Senator W. W. Banks was with bis
family over the week end. He has
returned to Portland, but the family
will stay at the beach.
Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Gearhart of As
torla have their children at Cannon
D. A. Pattullo and his family mo
tored through Sunday on a short
trip, returning to the city by way of
Tillamook. Dr. McCool has the Pat
tullo house for the month of July.
Motorists Arrive by Hundreds
Popular Beach Resort.
ROCKAWAY, Or.. July 10. (Spe
cial.) By far the largest crowds in
the history of this . beach took ad
vantage of the holidays to attend
the Independence day celebration at
Rockaway. July a. Over a thousand
cars were counted in one hour as they
passed - through. Tillamook- on their -
lorinigni at rtussell camp.
Forest Grove people who are es
tablished for the season in Nestle
down cottage are Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
Loomis and Miss Mamie Loomis, who
are the guests of Floyd Loomis. of
At Three Sisters cottage are the
Misses Edna Wiles, Lucille Oswald,
Thelma Fulkerson and Dorothy May
Murphy, all of Portland.
For the coming week May-Bea-Mar
cottage will be occupied by Miss Mar
ion Quackenbush and Ray Quacken
bush. of Portland.
Miss Wilma Cronwell. of Portland,
is spending a pleasant week at Saltalr
as the guest of Mirs Margaret Davies.
Miss Emma B. Penfield and Master
Peter Bryant of Portland, are the
guests of Mr. and Mi-s. G. A. Boldrick
at their cottage. Cosey corner.
Among Portland people at Camp
comfy are C len A. Bently. Fred L
Gerspach. Wilbert H. Bloecher, Jesse
F. and Earl P. Utter. Miss Hattie F.
Wolff. Miss Gladys F. Walling, J. P.
Krupke. Mrs. D. r. Morris. Mrs. C.
Lyon, Miss Leslie Lyon and Fred J.
Shelby Davies. of Portland, enent
ROCKAWAY last week-end with his father, W. A.
Davies at Saltair.
Otto Shrader. resident engineer
stationed at Amity, spent the holi
days with his ' mother, Mrs. L. E.
Shrader at Eromle cottage.
Nina cottage. Hart's content, is the
home for the coming week of Mr.
and Mrs. J. N. Fay and nephew,
Harold Fay of Portland.
Spending the week at Johnson's
park are' Mrs. H. C. Cunningham and
Miss Nellie Cunningham of Portland.
-Anton and Max-Bergsvic and Mies
GOLF POPULAR AT GEARHART
Several Hundred Persons Flock lo
Greens for Holiday Tourney.
GEARHART. Or., July 10 (Spe
cial.) Golf continued to hold the
center of the stage last week and
especially on July 4. Several hun
dred persons flocked to the greens
on the holiday, many of them inter
ested in the Astoria tournament in
Practically all of the new arrivals
among the cottagers have driven their
cars here and many new machines
are in evidence along the avenues.
Gearhart has been chosen by Mr.
and Mrs. Hamilton Corbett (Harriet
Cumming) as the place in which to
spend at least a portion of their hon
eymoon. They are guests of Mrs.
Elliott CorbeH and her sister. Miss
Lucy Smith, in the latter's house.
Mrs. F. L. Warren made a novel
trip to Gearhart last Saturday when
she chose to Journey there by way
of airplane. The remainder of her
family arrived by train. Mrs. Thomas
Kerr, her sister, and the Kerr baby
are with them at "Fairhurst."
Holt Cookingham has brought his
wife and baby to spend the summer
in the Huber cottage. They arrived
last Friday and have Mrs. Biddle
with them as a guest.
Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Frank motored
down last Saturday and opened the
Hamilton cottage. Mrs. Frank and
her son will remain through the sea
son. Dr. and Mrs. A. E. Mackey motored
from Portland last Friday to Gear
hart and are established in their
summer home here. They brought
with them Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Prael
and the two men h4rve joined the golf
Will Lipman spent July 4 with Mr.
and Mrs. Arnold Blitz, who have been
here several weeks.
Harry Lang spent last Saturday out
on the links telling all his friends of
his wonderful motor ride to the beacn
and what good roads he encountered
en route. Mrs. Lang and his sun
and daughter accompanied him to the
Mr. and Mrs. William Van Scuyvcr
opened up their house in time for July
4. They brought to the beach Mr.
and Mrs. W. E. Fletcher as their
Circuit Judge Kavanaugh. who gets
a two weeks' vacation each year. Is
spending it with his family at the
Learn. The Kavanaughs are in their
Mrs. C. D. Clark is a guest at the
(?. A. Staver summer home at Gear
hart. Mr. and Mrs. Clark D. Simonds have
taken the Fraley house for the sea
son, arriving here in time for July 4.
Their two children are with them.
D. W. L. MacGregor has established
his family in the Sanborn house for
Mrs. Henry Goode and Mrs. J. H.
White are. in Mrs. Norrie's bouse. Mrs.
Goode has brought with her her pet
Belgian police dog, which Is to be
seen frequently on the beach.
Mrs. C. E. Grelle and her family are
occupying the Henry cottage this
Dr. and Mrs. A. E. Mackay's house
party was augmented last Saturday
by the arrival of. Mr. ana Mrs. O. B.
Stubbs and their son Jack, who mo
tored from Portland. Jack Stubbs is
just home from Harvard.-
Mrs. Graham Glass has opened her
summer home for the season.
Mrs. Harry Beckwith and children
arrived last Saturday and joined the
summer colony. They have their
own house here.
Mrs. L. C. Mitchell and two daugh
ters. Dorothy and Lillian, are spend
ing part of the summer with Miss
Louise Pfunder and her father. Miss
Pfunder has gone to Portland, but
will return August 1. Mrs. Mitchell
is her sister.
Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Stewart and
their children are in their cottage for
Albert Holman and Harry Falling
motored to the beach last Saturday.
with Dr. G. N. Pease and spent the
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Rosenblatt and
their children arrived last week and
are in their summer home .
Dr. Andrew J. Browning was a
.week-end guest of Charles Gage, who
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