Territos and Francises leave their resorts on Round Lake
Three Lakes Has a Few Late Vacationers THREE LAKES—(By News Correspondent)-—Tom koehig of Milwaukee spent the weekend at the koenig summer home on Island lake.—Mr. and Mrs. Earl Zuellke and children, Johnny and Barbara, and Mrs. Zuellke's parents, of Milwaukee, spent a few days at the Zuellke summer home oh Deer lake. —Ray Ryan, owner of Lake Breeze Resort on Town Line lake, returned from his winter home in Delavan and plans to leave soon on a Canadian fishing and hunting trip. Stanley K1 i tit a 8 c w s k I has returned to Milwaukee, where he is employed, alter .spending a vacation with his mother, Mrs. Alice Rlimazewski.—Mr. and Mrs. Frank Francis, owners of the Francis cottages on Round lake, will leave this week for their home in- Tucson, Ariz., where they will operate the Airport Trailer Court this winter.— Mr. and Mrs. Sam Territo and daughter, Linda, are closing Whispering Pines Resort on Round lake and will leave soon, Mr. Territo to go to Chicago, where he will be employed, and Mrs. Territo and Linda to Tucson, Ariz., where they will spend the winter. Mr, and Mrs. Richard Comslock have arrived from California to spend their vacation at the Mrs. Alice Comstock home on Big Fork lake. Some years ago Mr. Coms.tock came annually to Three Lakes for his vacation and is well-known in the area.—After spending the past week in Milwaukee visiting friends, Mr. and Mrs. Emil Hinke have returned home.—Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Beach and family of Milwaukee spent the week-end at the Mrs. Clara Beach home. The Beachs are former Three Lakes residents.— Damyon Batagowski, who is employed in Green Bay, spent the week-end at his home here. Miss Anita Stedjcc, who is employed in Milwaukee, spent a few days with her father, Lewis Stedjee. —Kdward Weinbord of Joliet, 111,, was a visitor at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Prosper Olkowski. — Mr. and Mrs. Harold Purdy and friends of Ironwood, Mich., spent Sunday with Mrs. Purdy's mother, Mrs. W. J. Neu. Mrs. Neu accompanied them to Ironwood and will spend the week there.—Mr. and Mrs. Harry Dinkleman returned to their summer home on Island lake from Chicago, where they spent a few days. Miss Sharon Halverson, a student at Oshkosh State Teachers College, was home for the week-end. She was accompanied by some friends who were guests at the Halverson home.—Sam Allison of Chicago is vacationing at the Allison summer home on Little Fork lake.— Mr. and Mrs. Robert Anderson and family of Campbellsport, Wis., spent a few days at their Planting Ground lake summer home. - - - ,.- ..-. •'•' Connie Tillotson and a group of friends from Moline, 111., who make up the Tillotson Motors bowling team; are vacationing in Three Lakes. They played a match game with a group of Three Lakes bowlers at the Black! Forest on Monday evening following the league bowling.—The E. Prahl family of Milwaukee spent the week-end at their summer home on Long lake.—E. Wagner and friends of Milwaukee spent the week-end at Lakeside Resort on Spirit lake.—Jack Watts visited friends in Three Lakes Saturday. Mr. Watts was employed at the Northernaire and Marty's Showboat for the past few summers and spent last winter here.