What People are Doing in Gross Point
- Lake Shore News (Wilmette, Illinois), 12 Sep 1912, p. 8
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What People are Doing in Gross Point.
A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. John Kalmes Monday.
The Gross Point Juniors defeated the Evanston Ramblers Sunday, 13 to 5.
Miss Lillian Ehlen of Chicago was the guest of Miss Barbara Meyer for a week.
Mr. Sam Hens and Miss Anna Haas of Glen View were married quietly in Chicago, August 29.
Peter Heck was overcome by the heat Monday but no grave consequences are expected.
Miss Corwin of Chicago, who has been the guest of Mrs. Kost for three weeks, left for home Tuesday.
The marriage of Mr. Charles Hoth and Miss Mary Bleser is announced to take place Wednesday, Sept. 25.
Mr. Charles Mentzer and Mr. Charles Leis spent several days last week on a fishing trip to Wisconsin.
Mr. and Mrs. William Parks now occupy the rear flat of the building, corner Ridge avenue and Schiller street.
Mr. William Thalmann left last week for a visit to Mr. Joseph Eischen at Patsch Grove, Saskatchewan, Canada.
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Nanzig attended the wedding of Mr. Aloysium Becker and Miss Susan Mertens in Chicago last Wednesday.
Mr. Frank Felke has bought the green houses and 200 feet facing Charles street from his parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Felke.
Master Joseph Heinzen entertained twenty of his boy and girl friends with a lawn party Saturday evening in honor of his 17th birthday.
The Ladies' club was entertained by Mrs. Matthew Hoffman last Thursday. Mrs. John J. Huerter won first prize and Mrs. A.M. Lauermann, second.
Mr. and Mrs. P. Doetsch of California were entertained last week Wednesday by Mr. and Mrs. J. Roemer. Besides Mr. and Mrs. Doetsch five married couples and Joseph M. Sesterhenn were present.
Mr. and Mrs. Peter Wagner celebrated their wooden wedding anniversary last Wednesday. The guests present were: Mr. and Mrs. Nic. P. Miller, Mr. and Mrs. N.J. Miller, Mr. and Mrs. J.J. Bell, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Bell, Mr. Edward Bell, Mr. and Mrs. John Phillps, Mr. and Mrs. John M. Steffens, Mr. and Mrs. George Neuhaus and Mrs. G. Bell. Progressive euchre was played, the prize winners being; Mrs. Neuhaus and Mr. J.M. Steffens, first prize; Mrs. John Phillps and Mr. N.J. Miller, second prize.
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- Brief notices of social activities in Gross Point, Illinois.
- Date of Publication:
- 12 Sep 1912
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- Gross Point (Ill.)
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Illinois, United States
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