Crete Sharps to Edward Watson Chgo Hts Star 3-6-1928
NEWS FROM CRETE Be Mrt. John S. Booer The Shutanka Camp Fire GiriB. under tbe'.direction of their guard- Ian, MrÂ». Ulaudiim Hone, gave- u party on Friday evening which was much enjoyed by a targe audience, It was "ThÂ« Call of Nohelo," mad* up of, three aetM and (showed how a "misfit" became a real Camp Fire Ctrl, through the inspiration of an Indian maiden. The parts were well"chOKen and each girl did her bent. MtiBlcal numbers were given by Clara Janota on the violin, accompanied accompanied by her Â»lnter, Helen, arid Mlpn Mildred Prnllw read a lining on Spring. S O C I E T Y Tho nineteenth birthday of Miss Selma OlufH WUH celebrated last woek when Â»he enteriulncd a n u m - ber ,of frlcndH from out-of-town. AIDQIIK them were her fellow em- ployes at Kllne'x, and alno Miss Margaret Hanairr, Krna llarlman anil "Leona Schwecr. MlÂ»Â» Clara Mneller was surprised by u number of frlcndH on her birthdy which occurred February The guests were from Monee, Crete and Chicago Dancing was the diver- needier, Heights. sion after which lunch was served. Mrs. Albert DuenHlng gave a JM-irty. In honor ot her daughter, Norm'a, wlio celebrated her eighth birthday Sunday. Those present wÂ«re Alice Dlersen, Ruby Kiefer, Marlon nnd Hetty Shaw, Huby Frazier, Norma Plepenbrink, Iluth ytuebe, Frances Brase, Dorothy Dueiming, Mildred Luecko and Vera Doehner. After games were played ice cream and cake were H'trved. Norma received nice sifts from her little friends. Clara Wllkenitig was surprised surprised on Sunday by a gathering of friends and relatives to honor hÂ«r birthday anlversary. Among those present were Mrs. C. F. O. Meisslor, Eric Meisflier, Mr. and -Mrs. Lester Tfbodu, Mr, and Mrs. Frederick WHhenlng, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Allgood and Mr. and Mrs. John Forrest, of Chicago Heights. V/LLAQE BOARD At meetings of the village board held In February the following important important Items of business were taken care of: The committee on streets nnd alley a reported that the sewer ditch on Cass street between Wood Main streets had been filled In. points visited the bakery of the Atlantic and Pacific Tea company. Mr. and Mra. Herman Baker anel son, Ralph, were dinner guests Mr. ami Mrs. George Tuck, of Kiverdale on Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Clinken- brand viÂ»ited the tatter's mother Chicago the latter part of the Mrs. E. J. Halway and Mrs. Arthur Ltiecke returned last week from a trip to Niagara Falls and Buffalo. They also visited relatives relatives of Mrs. Halway In Tawanna, N. Y. MrÂ«. William Zirzow, Mrs. Herman Herman Kaker and Mrs. Fred Pehrkon attended the funeral of .Mrs. Dora Bispiug at I'eoUme last. Friday. Horn to Mr. and Mrs. George Johnston, a son, Sunday, March t. Mrs. Urovur Peasu and Mrs. Charles Jacob and son returned Saturday from a two weeks' trip to Miami, Orlando and other points In Florida. Mrs. A. A. Weiman, who accompanied them, remained for a few days with u relative at Miami Beach. H. S. Stephens spent, the weekend weekend with relatives at St. Anne. Mr. and Mrs. Gustav Havtinnu, daughter Kva and their gucstH, Miss Gertrude and Freda Luecke, EiiBlav Luecke and Mrs. Arthur Salmon, of Woodwortb, attended a surprise party given In honor oÂ£ Morris Wllkcnlng, of Eagle Lake, Saturday evening. K. Cruekel, of Chicago, spent Sunday with his brother, Verne Cruckei, arid family. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Benson attended attended a birthday party in honor of Thomas Henn, of Steger, Saturday Saturday evening. Mra_ John Sharp, daughter Miss Dorothy, and Mrs. George Zelgler, of Chicago Heights, visited .Mr. and Mrs. Edward Watson, of Frankfort, on Sunday. M i . and Mrs. Albert Meek had as their guests during the weekend weekend Mrs. Albert Meek, Sr., sons Robert and Harold with Edward i'aapke and Mrs. Sam 1,111111, nil of Ladd. Thomas E. Northern and son, T. J. Northern, visited Mr. and Mrs. Henry Benson Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Harris and Miss Ethel Williamson spent Sunday Sunday with their mother, Mrs. Ida Williamson. Mr, and Mrs. Raymond Cole, Jr., of Hammond, spout Sunday with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hay Cole, Sr. Mr. and Mrs .Henry Benson, J u l i a n Adams, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Adnrns were entertained at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Adams, in Hammond, on Sunday, which was Mr. Julian Adams 77th birthday anniversary.