Mr. Charles Blackwell of Riverside, N. Y., was a visitor at the home of Mr. H. D. Muir.
A daughter, 3 weeks old, of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Stordeur died and was buried, Wednesday, Jan. 29.
The Gross Point band gave their first masquerade ball at village hall, Monday evening, Feb. 3. A good time was had by all.
Mr. and Mrs. John Phillips of 1726 Charles street celebrated their tenth wedding anniversary (wooden), thirty people were present.
Mr. N. J. Lauerman has gone to Sioux City, Ia., to take up the oil business. He has the good wishes of his friends here for his future success.
Mr. and Mrs. John Conrad will leave for Cutbank, Neb., to take up farming permanently. Their furniture preceded them Tuesday night via C. and N. W. Railway.
Mr. M. Becker and Miss Josephine Schaefner were united in marriage Tuesday, Feb. 4. They will reside at the home of Mr. Anton Hartman on Lake avenue.
Joseph Borre, the well known butcher of South Gross Point, has purchased the property formerly owned by Ed Zeutchel, at the corner of Wilmette and Ridge avenues.
Mrs. Frank Kreusch of Ridge avenue entertained the Ladies' club at euchre Thursday afternoon, jan. 30. The successful winners were as follows: Mrs. Anton Engels, first; Mrs. N. P. Miller, second; Mrs. C. Wagner, third. Luncheon followed.
The Saturday evening club was entertained by Mr. and Mrs. N. J. Miller of Charles and Ridge avenues, Saturday, Feb. 1 at euchre. The winners were: Ladies: Mrs. Chas. Hoth, first; Mrs. A. Weeks, second. Men: Mr. Frank Kreusch, first; Mr. John Phillips, second. Luncheon was served.
Mrs. Jack Schaefgen of Fourteenth street and Wilmette avenue entertained at cards at Forester hall for the benefit of the church fund. The winners were: Nick Schaefgen, Jr., first; Mrs. John Peters, second; Mrs. N. P. Miller, third; Frank Feltman, fourth. Luncheon was served.