Mom stays at Clear Lake
PATRONS VISITING LAKE COTTAGES Keen Interest Exhibited For Reservations in August. CLEAR LAKE—Interest in Clear Lake as a summer resort is still keen with parties and family groups coming to spend week-end or longer periods at the cottages around the lake. For many August is the last opportunity to get a vacation before school opens in September and many reservations are coming in for. cottages to be available through that month and over Labor day. Mr. and Mrs. S! B. McGinnis, are vacationing at-the Nineteenth Hole cottage on the North Shore. The Misses Veronica Greenwood and Marion Draheim, Charles City, have taken a cottage at the camp grounds will be there until Friday. Campbells arc at Oakwood. Mrs. Marie Bailus, DCS Moines. | has a cottage at Oakwood for the week, Lyle Juhl. Harold Melton and Glenn Reese, Waterloo, spent th-: week-end at the Christy cottage. Mr. and Mrs. Bowen Campbell and family, Des Moines, are spending two weeks in Teed's cottage. Best of All, at Oakwood. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Talbott and family, Brooklyn, are spending two weeks at Oakwood in the Moffett and Thompson cotiage. Mr. and Mrs. John Tuthill, Waterloo, spent the week-end at the Lake Shore hotel. Belmond Girls Are Here. Blanche McNulty, Margaret Vil- lion. Ethelyn Hinman, Leona Lawn' san, Barbara Chamberlain, Viola I Quigley and Adele Octran, Belmond. I are spending some time at the I ileershack cottage on the camp | grounds. They are chaperoned by | the Misses Mary acd Kals Blake. Forest City girls spending the week at Seldom Inn are the Misses Marilyn Thompson, Dorothy Thurs- 'on Hortense Kloster. Irene Kloster Marie Drugg, Delores Brown and Betty Cleophas.