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Tinley Park

Tinley Park
Blue Island Sun-Standard
November 15, 1928

The daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Schmitt, our motorcycle cop celebrated her first birthday last Monday and her proud father didn't forget her either.

Wm. Schaer is having hist roof shingled.

Last Monday, Harry Brighton visited in Chicago Lawn.

Mr. and Mrs. Christ Mager are now the happy possessors of a radio and from now on Schafskopf will be played to music.

The Ladies' Aid of Zions church held their regular monthly meeting in the school house last Wednesday and the hostess served a delicious luncheon.

The school room was packed last Wednesday evening when the children had their annual achievement meeting. A fine program was rendered by all the grades. Miss McClaughery gave a short talk and Mr. Bailey was the entertainer.

The Happy-go-Lucky Bunco club met and played at the home of Mrs. Stricker, Wednesday evening.

Mrs. H. Hick (Grandma) entertained the T.P. Bunco club, Thursday p.m. and the delicious Kuchen which she served disappeared in a hurry.

Mrs. Stelter celebrated her birthday Friday and 500 was played and full justice was done to the refreshments.

Last Saturday, Mr. and Mrs. E. Gotham and family motored to Chicago to spend the week end.

The German M.E. church Ladies Aid held their meeting last Wednesday at the home of Mrs. C. Steinhagen.

Mrs. G Habenicht had the Ladies Aid of the Bachelors Grove church held their regular meeting at her home last Wednesday.

Wednesday was the day Mrs. Wm. Schaer attended the Mokena St. John's church bassar and she went there with her working mitts on.

Mrs. J. Keleher is suffering from a cold in her vocal cords. It not only keeps her from singing but worse, she can't talk, but her husband says, now he gets a chance.

"There are more ways then one of getting there," so says a certain young man. He wanted a letter to get to a certain party in Palos and as there is no air mail and the regular was closed--he motored there, dropped the letter in the box and returned home. With that "grand and glorious feeling" that "she would get it early in the morning.

Mrs. Wm. Clemens spent Sunday in Chicago at the christening of their grandchild. Elinor Edith.

Barber Walter Mancke and Il. Brueggman returned from their hunting expedition, with their full limit.

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