100 Years Ago: Seaside Heights February 26, 1915
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Albert C Lewis Lumber and Millwork Advertisement 1915

Albert C Lewis Lumber and Millwork Advertisement 1915

Seaside Heights NJ Newspaper Advertisement Friday February 26, 1915

Seaside Heights: Interesting Items Picked Up in the Borough about the People You Know

– Mr. Robt. F. Cummings was among the Sunday visitors here.

– Mr. and Mrs. C. Milton Stimis, of East Orange, opened their cottage over the holiday.

– Mrs. Graham and her daughter, Miss Anna Graham, of Philadelphia, were among recent visitors.

– Miss Mary Kirpatrick is visiting her neice, Mrs. Chas. Brookfield, near Camden.

– Mr. George Todd, of Philadelphia, was here on Sunday and inspected his cottage which escaped damage during recent storms.

– Mr. and Mrs. W.L. Raage and family, of West Orange, who have been spending a few days here have returned to their home.

– Mr. and Mrs. Howard M. Keough, and their little daughter, Reba, and Mrs. Graham, all of Philadelphia, are spending a few days here.

– Mr. George Kykes, of Philadelphia, was the recent guest at the home of his brother, Mr. Frank R. Sykes, on Simson Ave.

– Quite a few of ur people attended the ball at Seaside Park, Monday night. All declared they had a fine time.

– The Camp Fire Girls will give an ice cream and cake party sale in the first floor of the Union Church on March 15 at 7:30 PM.

– Mr. William Hunter of Philadelphia secretary of the Seaside Building & Loan Association visited here on Sunday.

– Mr. Arthur R. Meyers, the popular captain of the fish pound, visited Philadelphia during the week and mixed business with pleasure. He will present a report later and his friends insist on a detailed one.

– Since our friend Jess rescured himself from a watery grave (tell it not that it was a barrel of water) Uncle Sam heard of the feat and appointed him a member of the Coast Guad Service. If Uncle Sam had known how he treated his friends on the bay last winter he would have made him a captain.

– Mr. and Mrs. C. Milton Stimis of East Orange spend the weekend and Washingtons birthday here. They were accompanied by their son Mr. Harvey Stimis, Mrs. Stimis and baby, and Mr. Joseph Hauser. This was the first visit of Mr. Hauser who is a brother of Messrs. George and William Hauser to Seaside Heights and he was delighted with the Town.


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