College Folks Prepare to Leave as Holiday Closes
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Wilmette Life (Wilmette, Illinois), 4 Jan 1924, p. 5


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Many of the young college set have already departed for their various schools and by the middle of next week all will hav resumed work again. Jack Camerorn, Eugene Pattison, Joseph Davis, Robert Belt, Billy Jordan, Billy Winslow, Miss Dorothy Hartman and Miss Edith Adkins have traveled back to the University of Illnois. Philip Bright, Sidney Butz and Frank Blymeyer are returning to the University of Michigan. Miss Madeline Hammond and Miss Louise Koepke will leave shortly for National Park Seminary; Miss Annette Kelley is returning east to Miss Leslie's school in Cambridge; Andrew Willard, Jack Goddard [damaged] Scott Smith and Karl [damaged] go back to St. John's Military Academy at Delafield, Wisconsin.; Miss Alice Katherine Mills returns to Principia. Miss Marguerite Lundbert to Stuart Hall, Staunton, Virginia, the Misses Dorothy and Priscilla Lloyd to Oberlin College, and Miss Margaret McCue to Dana Hall; Miss Mary Lucile Cutler is going back to National Park Seminary; Henry Cutler returns to Philip Exeter academy, and Paul Cutler to the [damaged] School.
Miss Elizabeth Thompson, a student at Michigan, returns this week-end to Ann Arbor, and the Misses Doris Woodcock [damaged], Betty Ward, Betty Monroe, Janice West and Katherine Newey are leaving for Boston to resume their training at Miss Wheelock's school. Nathan [damaged], Edward Yonkers, Keith Drake and David King have returned to Dartmouth; Miss Ethel Gilchrist returns to Denison university at Granville, Ohio; The Wellesley girls who leave early next week include Misses Dorthea Schmedtgen, Joy Scheidenhelm and Mary Louise Scheidenhelm. Miss Harriet Carlson and Miss Ethel Wray will return to Bradford academy, and Robert [damaged] is on his way to St. John's Military academy. Miss Alice Wray is returned to the University of Wisconsin, and Kenneth and William Kerr are students at the University of Michigan.


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Local college students have departed for their schools following the holidays.

Date of Publication:
4 Jan 1924
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Wilmette.News.304122
Language of Item:
English
Geographic Coverage:
  • Illinois, United States
    Latitude: 42.07225 Longitude: -87.72284
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College Folks Prepare to Leave as Holiday Closes