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March, 1893

from Antioch News23 March 1893
The Hockaday school closed Friday for a month's vacation.

Miss Edna Stewart is spending a week with relatives in the city.

If you want a good time be sure to attend the social Friday evening.

Miss Jessie Bater is visiting Miss Lucy Mason at South Evanston.

Miss Mamie Thain visited at Oak Park last week from Wednesday till Saturday.

Miss Edith Huntley, of Pleasant Prairie is spending this week with Mrs. Matthews.

Mrs. T. Adams and daughter and niece, of Chicago, were up over Sunday at Mr. Pantall's

The butter factory is expected to start work this week and it will probably enliven our little town.

Andrew Thom, of the Recorder's office of Waukegan, Sundayed at home. His father is slowly improving.

Mrs. George Young, and son Georgie, of Escanaba, Michigan, came Saturday for a three weeks visit in this vicinity.

The ladies of the church are making an album quilt and every one by paying ten cents can have their names put on. The proceeds from the quilt will be used for improving the church inside.

The young people are trying to aid the "Church Improvement Society" and will give a Basket Social in the Foresters' hall, Friday evening March 24. The ladies will please bring baskets with lunch for two, also their names in the basket. The gentlemen will buy the basket and eat lunch with the lady whose name is inside. So girls do your best at cooking for it may result favorably for you.

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