What People Are Doing In Gross Point
Lake Shore News (Wilmette, Illinois), 6 Mar 1913, p. 7

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6 Mar 1913
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    Latitude: 42.07225 Longitude: -87.72284
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Photograph of Martin Ballman, Director of Turner Hall Concerts.

Miss Lena Wagner returned Sunday from Chicago. A daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. Peter Hoffman Monday, Feb. 24. Hattie [damaged] of Kenmore visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Schwall of [damaged] Ridge avenue Friday. Thirty young people had an enjoyable sleigh ride party Thursday evening. Mr. Peter Vollman of Chicago spent a day in Gross Point visiting his relatives. Miss Kate Huerter of Schiller street leaves this morning for Detroit, Mich., to attend the funeral of a relative. Twin boys were born to Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Jennetten of Ridge avenue last week. Mr. and Mrs. Jacob [damaged] entertained a number of friends and relatives at supper Tuesday evening. A party of twenty young people had a sleighing party to Glen View Monday evening. A good time was had and all enjoyed themselves. Helen Schleyer of Chicago, who has been a visitor at Miss Florence Schaefer's, returned to her home Wednesday. Mr. Frank Kreusch and his brother George visited the clay products show at the Colleseum in Chicago the opening night, Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Stordeur, formerly of Ridge and Wilmette avenues, moved to the Schildgen home, Lake avenue, near Seventeenth street. Miss Barbara Martini, Markus Mick, Jr., and Joseph Rengel, Jr., visited at the home of Anton Martini of Waukegan last Sunday. Mr. Peter J. Schaefer of Wilmette and Mrs. Helen Sesterhein were entertained at luncheon Wednesday by Mrs. Alfred Weeks of Evanston. Edward Hoffman and Mr. Peter Heck returned Thursday after visiting Mr. Hoffman's parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Hoffman of Clifton, Ill., former residents of Gross Point. Beatrice Huester, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Huester of Schiller street, celebratd her fifth birthday anniversary Thursday. A few of her little friends were there to enjoy themselved. The Saturday Evening club was entertained at euchre at the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. Weeks of Evanston. Winners were as follows: First gents', Frank Kreusch; second gents' Charles Hoth; first ladies', Mrs. N. J. Miller; second ladies, Mrs. Geo. Kreusch. Mrs. J. Nilles and Mr. N. J. Miller were awarded the booby prize. Refreshments followed.

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What People Are Doing In Gross Point