Harvey A. Craig, sailed Friday for London
- Wilmette Life (Wilmette, Illinois), 8 Jun 1933, p. 50
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Harvey A. Craig, 716 Lake avenue, sailed Friday on the Volendam for London. His children, Daphne, James, Norman and Roger will be attending various summer camps in Wisconsin.
Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Schwartz of New York are guests of Mrs. Schwartz' sister and family, the Louis Suekoffs of 819 Chestnut avenue. They are visiting to witness the confirmation of Rosehelen Suekoff.
Miss Barbara Crowe, 234 Raleigh road, Kenilworth, is home for the summer from Briarcliffe.
Mr. and Mrs. Willis H. Hutson, 1112 Elmwood avenue, returned from a trip to Indiana
Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Loucks, 234 Sheridan road, Kenilworth, had dinner party on Tuesday
Gordon Cutler, 207 Woodstock avenue, Kenilworth, will visit a Princeton classmate in Baltimore.
Mrs. George Fraser, Mrs. Boyd Anderson (Helen Fraser), Doris and Agnes "Babe," 645 Abbotsford road, Kenilworth, traveling to Annapolis. They will also visit Lieutenant and Mrs. John H. Spiller and children [the former Hazel Frazer] in Boston.
Mr. and Mrs.Charles J. Cote, 323 Oak Circle, to attend the marriage of their niece, Miss Lucille Cote, and Herbert Hudson, both of Omaha.
Mrs. Ella Ambuhl, who lives with her daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Staver Moulding of 934 Oakwood, returned from visiting another daughter and family Mr. and Mrs. Harold Johnson, in Omaha.
Robert Welterer, age 9, son of Dr. and Mrs. Frederic Welterer, 230 Raleigh road, Kenilworth, had surgery for appendicitis on Monday.
Richard Cooke, 355 Kenilworth avenue, returned Friday from Lehigh University in Pennsylvania.
Mrs. B. C. Wilson of Morgantown, W. Va., has been visiting with her daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. William G. Bayliss of 610 Central avenue. Also visiting were Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Bayliss of Columbus, Ohio, and Mrs. W. G. Bayliss of Charleston, W. Va.
Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Hemmelmann of St. Louis, Mo., visited with their daughter an family, Mr. and Mrs. Laurence Schwabs, who have recenly moved to 627 Warwick, road, Kenilworth
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Newport of 520 Abbotsford, road, Kenilworth, and their two grandsons, Charles Jr. and David Rockcastle, were visiting Mr. Newport's sister, Miss Ida Newport, in Seneca, Ill.
Mr. and MRs. Walter Baumbogger and two children of Chicago have leased the Carl Huck home at 605 Essex road, Kenilworth, for the summer. The Hucks are at their summer home in Trout Lake, Wis.
Mrs. E. O. Essig and daughter, Mary Isabel, of Berkeley, Cal., will visit Mr. and Mrs. Frank Adams of 925 Greenwood avenue.
Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Allen, 258 Melrose avenue, Kenilworth, have a houseguest, MRs. William Allen of Davenport, Iowa.
The Ralph T. Huff family, 706 Washington avenue, leaving for their summer house at Delavan Lake, Wis.
Harry Weese, Jr., 141 Kenilworth avenue, entertained his orchestra, the Weese-Holmes orchestra, at dinner Saturday. Younger brother, Benny, had a 4th birthday party.
Mrs. O.P. Olson, 736 Roger avenue, had bridge luncheon last Thursday. Tuesday dinner guests were Mr. and Mrs. I. Vogel of Saginaw, Mich., and Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Snell of Wilmette.
Miss Louise Humphryes of 519 Gregory avenue, passed probation period in nurse training school. Her sister, Miss Olive is entering traing on June 19.
Jane Nystrom, 714 Central avenue, entertained at tea Tuesday in honor of Mrs. Charles Long of Framingham, Mass., who is visiting her mother in Ravinia.
Lawrence Lawson of Los Angeles, Cal., and William Stockton of Geneva, Ill., were guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Fatch of 611 Washington avenue.
Mr. and Mrs. Otto E. Hillsberg, 1220 Gregory avenue, visitied with friends in Madison, Wis.
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- 8 Jun 1933
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- Craig, Harvey
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