What People are Doing in Gross Point
Lake Shore News (Wilmette, Illinois), 14 Nov 1912, p. 8

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Brief notices of social activities in Gross Point, Illinois.
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14 Nov 1912
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  • Illinois, United States
    Latitude: 42.07225 Longitude: -87.72284
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What People are Doing in Gross Point

Mr. John Bleser, Jr., spent two days at Fox Lake last week on a hunting trip.

Miss Lona Heinzen was operated on for appendicitis last Thursday. She is getting along nicely.

Mr. John Evert, Sr., returned from the Evanston hospital last Friday and is now at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Margaret Ketter.

Mr. and Mrs. Bruning, parents of Mr. C. L. Bruning, arrived Saturday from Allegan, Mich. They will make their home with their son until spring.

Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Braun have taken up their abode with the mother of Mr. Braun on Reinwald avenue until their bungalow on Lake avenue, on which excavation will begin this week, is completed.

Instead of the usual card party the members of the Ladies' club were treated to a theater party at the Evanston theater last Thursday by Mrs Anton Engels, Jr. After the show lunch was served at O's restaurant.

The marriage of Mr. Wm. Keil and Miss Katie Reck of Chicago took place at St. Henry's church last Wednesday. A reception followed at 6 o'clock at the home of the bride's parents and dancing in the evening at a hall engaged for the occasion.

The young ladies' sodality will have a bazaar at the Foresters' this evening and Sunday evening for the benefit of the new building fund. There will be dancing this evening. This afternoon there will be a social for the married ladles and Sunday evening a card party. The young ladies are trying hard to do as well as the married ladies did at their bazaar and they fully deserve it if hard working to this end counts for anything.

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What People are Doing in Gross Point