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Whitmore Lake.

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Miss Ida Henry, of Ann Arbor, spent Sunday with her couain, Nellie Wllson. The Misses Willson spent part of last week with friends in Webster. Mr. and Mrs.E. Henry and danghter spent a few days with their uDcle, Willard Wilson. Mr.JJames Burnett and daughters returned to their future home with here father, W. A. Willson. Mrs. Carrie Rouschenberger has been quite siok the past week. Mr. George Lemen, sr., is still quite UI. Mrs. Henry Dodge is very sick. There will be an entertainment at the Lake house Tuesday evening, given by Prof. Winans and Mrs. Trueblood. Edward Spiegelberg, of Elyria, Ohio, visited his parents Sunday. Mrs. Fred Roper, of Toledo, Ohio, is visitiug her sisters, Misses Roper. Mrs. May Lemen spent the week with her mother, Mrs. Hainer, of Hamburg. (From another Correspondent.) The Lake honse coutinues to be the headquarters for Ohio resorters, auc there is uot a day but some are coming or going. The lake this year is six feet lower thau formerly and the docks at the Clif ton and Lake huuses have had to be ex tended a long distanoe. Mr. and Mrs.Wirt Cornwell and chil dren, of Ann Arbor, are occupying theii new cottage near the Clifton house. Mr. Cornell has build a fine boat house for a naptha launch. Prof. and Mrs. Ren ben Kerapf.of Ann Arbor, were the guests Monday even ing of the Misses Schneider and Kaufmann. Af ter tea they gave a musical e in the Lake house hall which wa greatly enjoyed by the guests. The flshing in the lake this year is better than ever and some large fisb have been caught. Large preparations are being made for the farmers' picnic to be held on Saturday. W. L. Snell has his large residence filled with roomers. Prof. Levi T. Wines, of Ann Arbor, conducted a successful "'Deestrict Skule" on Tuesday evening,for the benefit of the M. E. ohurch. He was assisted by Mrs. T. C. Trueblood, who gave some delightful recitations. Peter Cook, of (Jrania, lef t his cottage on Tuesday to return home while his on John went to Boston. William N. Stevens, of Ann Arbor, formerly county clerk, arrived on Monday and is the guest of the Lake hous9. The fruit trees in the vicinityof the lakde are loaded.


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