[damaged] Mr. George A. Thorne is extending the pier at his beach to accommodate the better leanding of his new yacht. Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Kloepfer of Linden street are cruising the great lakes. They are away on a three weeks trip. Mr. Clarence E. Snyder, late of the Girton school, left Monday for his summer camps for boys at Big Bav, Mich. Miss Mary Gillespie, 969 Elm street, has rented her home for July and August to Mr. William J. Masure of Chicago. Mrs. William H. Martin and sons, Briton and John, left Monday for an extended visit in Garden City, Long Island, N. Y. Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Noble, who occupied the house at 1010 Pine street early in the summer, are now living in Kansas City. Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Downs and Mrs. Downs' father, Mr. H. H. Dennick, left Monday for a ten days' fishing trip at Monocqua, Wis. Mr. Aaron Younkers of Hubbard Woods is building a large new residence on the corner of Sheridan road and Willow street. Miss Mary Hewes is taking a summer course of six weeks in the library training department of the University of Illinois at Champaign, Ill. A son has been born to Mr. and Mrs. Theodore But of Highland Park. Mr. Butz is the son of Mr. and Mrs. O. C. Butz of Sheridan road. Mr. John L. King was a member of the graduating class at Amherst college. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. King attended the commencement exercises. Mr. and Mrs. Maverick of San Antonio, Tex., are the guests of their daughter, Mrs. William B. Lloyd. Miss Lucy Maveric is also the guest of Mr. Lloyd. Mr. Frank O. Meyer formerly a resident of Winnetka and for several years in the fruit growing business in Fullerton, Cal., is visiting his brother, Mr. M. K. Meyer. Mr. Elmer E. Adams and Mr. Carlton Prouty spent Saturday and Sunday on a fishing trip to the small lakes of southern Wisconsin. The trip was made by automobile. Mr. F. E. Herdman returned Friday from a trip to his summer home in Frankfort, Mich. Mr. Herman expects to make week-end trips to Frankfort during the summer.[damaged].