Volinsky, Dora stays at hotel at Delaware Water Gap, NJ Brooklyn Daily Eagle, Aug 13, 1916

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Volinsky, Dora stays at hotel at Delaware Water Gap, NJ  Brooklyn Daily Eagle, Aug 13, 1916 - In of a a J. J. of of of of a is Is Water Gap...
In of a a J. J. of of of of a is Is Water Gap Throng Finds Delight in Bathing (Special to The Eagle.) Delaware Water Gap, August 12 The weather man promised extremely extremely hot weather for the past week. Perhaps his predictions were correct. At any rate, thcRo happy vacationists at the Water Gap would claim him to be a member of the Ananias Club. Away from the torrid weather of tho cities, the arrivals here are en-Joying en-Joying en-Joying the cool and balmy breezes from the Delaware River and Mount Tammany. Never has the Water Gap been so filled with people as it is at the present present time. The bathing and fishing are unsurpassed and hundreds find the beach a delightful place to cool off, after a tennis game or some other outdoor Bnort. The New Klttatlnny is but a few minutes walk from tho bathing beach and boat landing, and is very popu liir with lovers of water SDorts. It is also on the main thoroughfare through the Gap, and on the direct line to the Poconos, and IB therefore a mecca for motorists wno nave Deen enjoying its splendid hospitality during during the summer, under the pro-nrletnrshln pro-nrletnrshln pro-nrletnrshln and manairement of J Purdy Cope. The Sunday evening muslcales are the talk of the Wator Sports of all kinds characterized the past week at the Glenwood. At tennis t i. HjeriDerg ana narry Burgls defeated Tom Foley and Tinsnoll Hnnforrl in the foursomes. At the prize dancing on Friday eve ning Miss trances ivenzei oi croon-ivn croon-ivn croon-ivn nnri TTTnnlf MoTovnv of Manhat tan won the fox trot. Miss Beatrice Hodglns and Frantz of Philadelphia Ml.uc TT-ranees TT-ranees TT-ranees RstellB and Mad- Mad- lyn Kenzel of Brooklyn are at the Glenwood for another season, and are leaders in the activities of the younger folk. The Delaware House is still the headquarters for fishermen. Cuno Mayer, Howard Clark. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Conrad of Brooklyn are lovers of this sport, and have had The "Electric City" Quartet of Scraiitnn, wnn ai. t.oneBei. companlst. gave a delightful concert Arrvlals at the hotels: Klttatlnny Miss Edna BrtttoO, Mrs. A. Fleotman, Mrs. S. Oppen-heim, Oppen-heim, Oppen-heim, Miss M. oppenholm, Claire l-ijisett, l-ijisett, l-ijisett, .ei.io Katamlly, Helen Kat-umlly, Kat-umlly, Kat-umlly, Lillian Grasburg, Evelyn Her: ohllel.l. J. Dressel, S. Dressel, Mr. find Mrs. 10. U. Balagner, Mr. an. I Mrs. W. It. Davis. Mrs. John G. White, George H Wife. Harold Wlte, John C. B. tilth unit Louise M. Orth, F. Combeler. R. A. Picard. Central House Mrs. G. A. Bunnell, Bunnell, Miss I. Bunnell, Miss Florenoe and Josephine Hiinn.-ll. Hiinn.-ll. Hiinn.-ll. Grace Miller, Dora Volinsky, S. Weinberg. Castle Inn Mrs. Z. W. Wersa, Miss t ecilc Weiss, Mabel Churchill, Mr. and Mrs. S. Fondon, Arthur Davis, Mr. and Mrs. B. Black, Mr. and Mrs. William A. Clark, Mr. and Mrs. Rosehurg. Forest House Mr. and Mrs. Cart A. W. Strom and daught-r, daught-r, daught-r, Mr. and Mrs. F. Vanderporter, Mr. and Mrs. R. Frelner, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph MacElrath. sen. Mario C. Rersen, Frieda Hall, John Dyer Al. Fitzgerald, George Hlbner. Delaware House Mr. and Mrs, Charles Conrad, Emily Barke Cuno M. vcr. Cecelia A. Schramm, C. O. and Helen Schramm. Cataract Herbert C. Kane, Kitty Cavenaugh, Mario Pane, Johanna Pane, Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Sewards, Herome N. and Sylvia M. Sewards, Alma and 1'icida Inlnnol, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Slater, Mr. and Mrs, Oscar Siffedt. Willow Dell Mabel Morris. Mrs. Charles Connor, Emily A. Nelson, Clare Miller, Frances Smith, J. E. HlckSOn, S. L. Hickson, Loretta Smith. G. E. Stein. Bellevue Howard C. Carter, Jerry F Carey, F. J. Monopan, Frieda E. Miller, Elenor Enis, Catherine Enls. M. W. Winterson, Florence Fern-Mountain Fern-Mountain Fern-Mountain House Mrs. Fisher, Mrs noisier, Mr. nnd Mrs. T. H. child, Miss Child. Miss Rowley, Mrs. Glenwood Grace, Gertrude, Elisabeth Elisabeth and Augusta McNaught, E. L. Crosby. Mrs. J. J. Crosby, J. H. Lvnch. M. C. O'Neill, A. E. O'Neill, Joseph F. McCook, Harold B. Dennis,

Clipped from The Brooklyn Daily Eagle13 Aug 1916, SunPage 22

The Brooklyn Daily Eagle (Brooklyn, New York)13 Aug 1916, SunPage 22
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