Seaside Heights NJ – Friday January 22, 1915 Newspaper Article
Interesting Items Picked up in The Borough about the People you know
– Don-t forget the supper, Thursday night.
– Miss Elsie Schneider, of Brooklyn, was a visitor here during the week-end.
– Mayor Kramer was a Philadelphia visitor on business on Thursday and Friday.
– Mrs. George Taylor returned home from Barnegat where she has been for some time.
– Builder C.G. Marcy was in Philadelphia on Thursday and Friday attending to business.
– Mr. Fred Havens, of the Beacon, Point Pleasant was a visitor here on Tuesday.
– The Ladies Aid of the Union Church will hold a 15 cent supper in the church basement, Thursday evening, Jan 28 from 5 until 9 o’clock.
– Mr. Joseph G. Endres, of the Sumner, returned to his home here on Tuesday after a two days visit to Philadelphia.
– The Hyuh Tyee of the D.S.C. Club hereby notifies the members that the regular meeting of the Club will be held on Wednesday Jan 27.
– On Thursday Dr. T.C. Scott and Mr. H. G. Titus, of Philadelphia visited here and in the evening went to Point Pleasant on business.
– Contractor E. C. Kramer has gotten out some pretty calendars which show much artistic taste and are greatly admired.
– Grandma Holland returned home after spending several weeks with her daughter, Mrs. Charles Brookfield. Grandma was kept very busy trying to keep little Charles Jr., who is but two weeks old, in good humor.
– Some very pretty calendars have been obtained by Contractor N.E. Rex. They will be highly prized and carefully preserved for their sheer beauty of design. Builder Rex went to Philadelphia to-day on business.
Titty went to the city
to buy for herself a new dress
But when she got there
She found everything in a glare.
So you can guess the rest.
How about it Mikes?
– On Tuesday Chas McDermott, State School Inspector, inspected the new public school built by Contractor Clyde G Marcy. He reported that the building was one of the finest in the country.
– The Stork called at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Christian J. Hiering this (Friday) morning and left a beautiful baby girl. Mother and child are doing nicely. The happy parents are receiving the congratulations of the entire Borough and their many friends in Newark, Trenton, Philadelphia, and other cities.
– The annual meeting of the Arlington Beach Company was held at the New Jersey office 317 Market street, Camden on Thursday and the officers and directors were re-elected as follows: President, R.F. Cummings; secretary, W.H. Cummings; treasurer, Christian J. Hiering. Directors: Christian J. Hiering, R.F. Cummings, Geo. S. Cummings, W.H. Cummings.
– William Reed who received a serious gunshot wound on November 6, and whose life was despaired of for a long time was sufficiently recovered to leave the Spring Lake Hospital on Tuesday. His mother met him at the hospital and accompanied him to his home here. The doctors said that the recovery of the young man was almost miraculous. He is by no means fully recovered and for some time will visit the hospital twice a week.
Boy Scout Troop Organizing Here
Rush of Boys to be Enrolled. George Holland Tactician and Scout Master.
Steps have been taken to organize a troop of Boy Scouts in Seaside Heights and already there has been a rush among the boys to enroll their names. George Holland who was in the service during the Spanish-American war and is recognized as an efficient drillmaster and tactician, has been chosen scoutmaster. Clarence Ellis Anthony will be secretary and the other officials including two experts will be elected later.
Among the boys already enrolled are: Clarence E. Anthony, Milton Hibler, George Holland, Charles Patton, George Bennett, Gordon Homer, Charles Homer, Daniel Allen, Harold Hibler, Ellis Maxon, Francis Johnson.