100 Years Ago: Seaside Heights Newspaper Article Feb 12, 1915
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1915 Newspaper Article for the Sheridan Hotel Seaside Heights NJ

1915 Newspaper Article for the Sheridan Hotel Seaside Heights NJ

Seaside Heights NJ Newspaper Article

Friday February 12, 1915

Seaside Heights – Interesting Items Picked Up in the Borough about People You know.

– Miss Sara McNicholl* spent the week-end with friends at Toms River. (*My Grandmother)

– Mrs. Robert Milne was a Toms River visitor during the week.

– Mr. C. Shultz and family are visiting in Newark.

– The Ladies of the D.S.C. enjoyed a walk from Seaside Park to Seaside Heights Saturday Evening.

– Dr. George A. Jennings, Mrs. Jennings, and daughter, of Mt. Holly spent Wednesday here.

– The Seaside Heights Litery Society met on Tuesday evenning, adopted by-laws and transacted other business.

– A typewriter company has presented mr. Fredk. J.S. Sayles with a handsome gold watch.

– The Camp Fire Girls held a well attended meetin at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence D. Anthony.

– Miss. M.H. Esher has returned here from a visit to her parents in Philadelphia.

– Miss Olive Zisgen, of Arlington, Enjoyed a few days vacation at the home of her sister, Mrs. Christian J. Hiering.

– The First Troop of Boy Scouts had several drills during the week and they are making very rapid progress in learning the Morse code.

– Mrs. Anna M. Hall is with us again. She like Seaside Heights so well that it is trying for her to live in Philadelphia.

– Mr. Karl Weigand, of Philadelphia and one of the summer visitors here, has been given a contract to equip the new public school with window shades.

– Mr. and Mrs. John Whealon and daughter of Philadelphia were sunday visitors. Mr. Whealon has built a store and intends opening for business during the present season.
– The weather has been so very mild here during the past few days that it looks as if summer was about to visit before schedule time. The sunshine these days ought to make everybody happy – even the chronic grouch.

– A meeting of the Bridge Company will be held in Toms River to-morrow (Saturday) when it is expected that definite arrangements will be made to make the necessary bridge repairs.

– Mrs. A.R. Towers who has been associated with the Sumner Hotel in charge of the dining room since last summer, has been ill for some time and has gone to Philadelphia for a rest.

– The organization of the Q.T. Club is making rapid progress. It is composed entirely of ladies and in a short time it is expected that it will be one of the most progressive clubs in the town.

– The newly formed dancing class met at the home of Mr. and Mrs. C.G. Marcy on Wednesday night and dancing continuted until a late hour. Some new steps were learned. What became of Mr. and Mrs. R.M. Milne and Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Allen? They were badly missed.

– At a meeting on Thursday at the home of Mrs. Kramer, Sr. Hamilton avenue, a society was organized for Home and Foreign Missions. The following officers were elected; Mrs. Harry Kramer, president; Mrs. C.D. Anthony, corresponding secretary for the Foreign Mission; Mrs. W.H. Magill, secretary; The other officers and committees will be appointed later.

– Now is the time to make preparations for your summer homes. The builders along this section of the coast are planning for one of the busiest seasons they have had in years and a larger number of people than ever are making arrangements to have their seashore cottages and bungalows built ON TIME. Do not leave the building of your summer bungalow or cottage to the last minute. Now is the time to make your plans and to give out the contract for building.


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