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Robert Jamieson and Willie Duncan skated to Lake Forest, last Saturday.
Mrs. Christian Payne has been visiting her brother, James K. Pollock.
Rev. Edward Harris and family have been visiting his parents, the past week, Mrs. Harris and daughter remaining here over Sunday.
Mrs. Robert Strahan is entertaining her brothers, Messr. Speers, of Pontiac, Ill.
The young people enjoyed a surprise and watch meeting last Tuesday evening - New Years eve - with Alfred and Hattie Bain.
The ladies are planning to furnish dinner on Saturday, Jan. 11, for those in attendance at the Insurance meeting. The proceeds will be given to the church.
Mr. and Mrs. John Bonner entertained relatives on New Years.
Skating parties have been very well attended the past week. Through there are many novices, we have no broken bones to chronicle.
Mrs. Pantall returned last Thursday, after a short visit in Chicago.
The lowest thermometer record for last Saturday morning, as yet reported is 15 degrees. "Let the good work go on."
E. A. Martin spent part of last week in Chicago, returning Saturday with his niece, Charlotte Adams.
Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Stewart and Mrs. H. S. Strang spent Friday and Saturday in Waukegan.
Cards are out for the golden wedding reception of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Strang on Saturday, Jan. 18.
Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Strang, of Lake Villa, visited with his mother, Mrs. _. J. Strang, last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Trigg, of Half Day spent Friday and Saturday of last week with Mr. and Mrs. W. J. White.
The Y.P.S.C.E. business meeting was held last Friday evening at the home of Mrs. Spafford.
The Insurance Meeting on last Saturday was very largely attended. The officers elected were President, Geo. B. Stephens: Secretary, John A. Thain; Treasurer, John Bonner.
The ladies of the church served dinner on last Saturday, to those attending the Insurance Meeting, and cleared over twenty dollars, which will be given to the church.
Roy Wood, who is attending school in Rochester, Wis., spent a short time at Mrs. Minto's this week.
The removal of the poplar trees along Poplar Avenue makes quite a difference in the appearance of that part of town, together with the disappearing of the grove near the cemetery.
Terms-$10 and under, cash; over $10, one year's time,
at 6 per cent. No goods removed until terms of sale are
J. A. Thain visited in Kenosha last week.
Miss Bell Buse, of Racine, is visiting friends here.
W. G. Thom returned last week from school at Valparaiso, Ind.
The Ladies Aid Society met on Thursday of this week with Mrs. George Strang.
Misses Mary and Inez Jamieson, of Antioch, have been visiting in Millburn for a few days.
Mrs. Heddle, of Somers, Wis., is visiting relatives and friends here. F. W. Heddle is staying at A. Clark's.
Miss Nellie Trotter has gone to the city to spend some time. Her brother, Richard Trotter, has been quite ill.
The social event of the season was the golden wedding reception of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Strang, which was held last Saturday at Albion Place. There were about forty guests and all enjoyed themselves to their fullest capacity. Among the gifts were a beautiful leather- upholstered reclining chair, fifty dollars, and a Montana coyote rug. Letters of congratulation were read and the spirit of rejoicing was everywhere present.
On last Saturday evening the M. S. and L. Club celebrated the second anniversary of its organization at the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Stewart. The officers elected were: President, Nellie Trotter, Vice President, Addie Pollock, Secretary and Treasurer, Jessie Strang. Refreshments were served and the evening passed very pleasantly and all too quickly. The club is greatly indebted to Mr. and Mrs. Stewart for their repeated kindnesses, and desires herewith to express its gratitude to them.
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