What People Are Doing in Gross Point
- Lake Shore News (Wilmette, Illinois), 22 Aug 1912, p. 8
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Mr. and Mrs. N. J. Miller are ill with attacks of sore throat.
A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Albert Zeutschel last week.
Mr. John J. Schmitz spent three days at Paw Paw Lake last week.
Mrs. Ralph Klemm left Monday for Muskegon, Mich., to spend the week.
Mr. John Luckeisen returned last Sunday from a trip to Niagara Falls.
Mr. John Hoffmann and son, David, of Clifton, Ill., visited here last week.
Miss Florence Schaeffer is spending the week with Miss Helen Schleyer in Chicago.
A surprise party was given to Master Edgar Svanson by his little friends last Friday.
Mrs. Caecilia Wagner will spend several weeks in Chicago visiting friends and relatives.
Mrs. Hermine Stordeur received the sad news last week of the death of her mother in Europe.
The three-year-old son of Hubert Hoffmann is improving after an attack of appendicitis.
The nine-year-old son of Mr. Paul Bohn fell down from the hay loft and broke his arm last week.
Miss Josephine Trucha of Des Plaines, Ill., will be the guest of Mrs. Paul Nanzig for two weeks.
Mr. and Mrs. Ph. Doetsch of California were entertained at supper by Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Heinzen Monday.
Mr. Carl Heck, brother to Mrs. Sam Schwall, arrived last week from Europe and will make his permanent home in Gross Point.
Mrs. Jos. Schneider, Sr., who for two weeks underwent treatment in Chicago for heart trouble, returned home much improved.
Mr. Phillip Doetsch of California entertained some of his friends at the home of his father in honor of his birthday last Thursday.
Thirty young men were entertained at a stag party by Mr. Peter Roemer at the home of his parents last week in honor of his twenty-first birthday.
Mr. Sam Hens, employed by the Meier Bros. Ice company, dislocated his shoulder last Monday in his successful effort to stop his runaway team.
The barn of Nich. Wagner on Ridge avenue was struck by lightning Monday evening. There were no horses in the barn, but considerable hay was burned.
Mr. John Mueller of Lake avenue, town of New Trier, aged 63 was buried at Niles Center, Sunday. His ailment was cancer and dropsy. He had been sick for months.
The Evening club was entertained by Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Nilles Saturday evening. Prizes were awarded to Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Miller, Mr. John J. Bell and Mrs. J. P. Nilles.
Mr. John Felke, who completed his eighty-fourth year last Thursday, had all his children gathered around him the preceding Sunday in honor of the event. Mr. Felke is enjoying comparatively good health.
Next Sunday afternoon the ladies of the parish will have a social in St. Joseph's school hall. In the evening a prize card party at which very nice and useful articles, donated by the ladies, will be raffled. Everybody is invited to be present. The proceeds will go to the fund for the new school building.
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- 22 Aug 1912
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