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Mrs. J. M. Strang entertained a large company of friends Thursday evening.
C. B. Cummings, Geo. Gerrity and Mr. Harris were Chicago visitors last week.
Miss Jessie Strang who has been absent several months is expected home this week.
The church furniture is expected to arrive next week on special train from Grand Rapids.
Quite a number of our young people will attend the Easter cotillion at Antioch Monday evening.
William Chope will manage the mail route while W. G. Thom, the contractor, takes his usual spring vacation.
William McCann, who has been absent for the past year, has returned, and is the guest of Mrs. John Cunningham.
Mrs. Norman Adams and children, of Chicago, arrived Sunday evening and are guests of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Pantall.
For Sale: A quantity of good seed oats, free from foul seed. Jens Simonson, Millburn, Ill.
Mrs. Norman Adams and children visited Mrs. Pantall this week.
The Physical Culture class met with Mrs. Will Stewart last Friday.
Miss Jessie Strang who has been away the past winter is expected home this week.
Among the Chicago visitors this week were Messers. M. Mitchell, E. A. Martin, Mrs. Dr. Jamison and Mrs. I. M. Strang.
Mr. and Mrs. John M. Strang entertained thirty young people last Thursday and on Tuesday of this week again entertained another large assembly. All unite in saying they are royal entertainers.
George Miller who has been quite sick is able to be up again.
Isabella Dietmeyer and her brother Phillip are home from Lake Forest during the last week, both having had the mumps. The children at home took the mumps from them, also their mother so they have had quite a serious time, Mrs. Dietmeyer being very sick several days. Isabella and Phillip returned to school Wednesday.
Miss Garrity is still in the city not being able to return to her home here as yet.
Mrs. Norman Adams and her daughter Mabel went back to the city Wednesday morning after a few days visit at home.
E. A. Martin went to the city Wednesday with his sister Mrs. Adams.
Mrs. Dr. Jamison and Mrs. John M. Strang went to Chicago Thursday on business.
Levi R. Dyer, of Chicago, is a guest of Frank Wentworth.
John M. Strang and Ed Martin took in Waukegan Monday.
Mrs. Laura Brigham, of Chicago, is the guest of Mrs. Richard Pantall.
Why don't the Road Commissioners wake up and put the roads in shape?
Mrs. C. B. Cummings returned Saturday after a few days visit to Racine, Wis.
The Easter Services at the church Sunday were very fine and the church crowded.
Mrs. Norman Adams and children have returned to their home at Chicago Lawn.
The Physical Culture Society appeared in new uniforms at their last meeting, which was held at Mrs. Dr. Jamison's.
Rev. Geo. Mitchell, E. A. Martin, Mrs. Dr. Jamison, Mrs. J. M. Strang and Mrs. Wentworth were Chicago visitors last week.
The Debating Society met at the church last Thursday afternoon and adjourned for one week when the subject for debate will be given out.
J. M. Strang, Wm. Stewart and E. A. Martin were in Waukegan on business Monday.
Miss Lucy Stafford planned a nice little surprise for her mother on her recent birthday the 3rd of April.
Miss Laura Brigham of Chicago is visiting her aunt Mrs. Pantall.
Mrs. and Mr. John Thain have a young son about a week old; all rejoice with them.
Mrs. George Strang went to Ingleside Thursday to visit her two sons, Will Strang and Eugene and family. Her sons have a large store there.
Mr. Wentworth was in Antioch Wednesday.
Mrs. George Hardie of Waukegan is at her brother John Thain's admiring the new only son.
Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Bain of Lake Villa attended the Easter Sunday service here and kindly assisted in the choir.
Easter services were held in the church and were better than usual. The S. S. Supt. conducted the service. Mr. Dodge is the worthy and honored superintendent. The church was beautifully decorated with flowers, palms, etc. Miss Kittie Smith and Mrs. J. M. Strang always take into the church their finest plants and flowers. Mr. and Mrs. Bairstow made a generous contribution of lovely flowers from the city and Mrs. George Smith of Evanston mother of James Henry Smith, the millionaire always sends a collection of roses and lillies which adds greatly to the beauty of the church
choir were our....organists Mrs. Jessie Ha....and Miss Jessie Strang.....Jamison, Miss Carrie Bater and Mrs. Erma Strang, Ralph...., Mr. Bairstow, Geo. Dodge, Edwin Thom and our favorite .....Alfred Bain of Lak....Forest? The sining and music was beautiful. The infant class....led by Mrs. Dr. Jamieson...everyone. Gussie Thain's....enjoyed by all present....house was well filled. Rev. Mitchell made a short address...for the occasion. All....feeling the uplift of the Easter Sunday service.
Andrew White of Loon Lake and his daughter Miss Cora White were at church Sunday.
Mr. Wentworth and E. A. Martin were Antioch visitors Wednesday.
Miss Laura Brigham, of Chicago, is the guest of her aunt, Mrs. Pantall.
Lewis R. Dyer is visiting Mr. Wentworth and enjoying the fine spring weather.
Miss Katherine Smith and Mr. Mitchell were among the Chicago visitors this week.
Mrs. George Garrity is expected home Saturday. Her health being very much improved by her trip to Chicago.
Mr. Thain is the happiest man in Lake County. The reason is the arrival of a nine pound boy last Monday.
Easter morning services were given over to the children, who gave recitations, songs, duets, etc. In the evening Mr. Mitchell preached a fine sermon on "Christ is Risen," and the choir sang several beautiful selections. A large number were in attendance at both services and all admired the beautiful decorations of palms, flowers, etc.
The summer boarders have commenced to arrive.
Miss Carrie Bater is off on a vacation this week.
Miss L. Smith was in Chicago last week on business.
W. G. Thom started on his annual tour Friday morning.
Richard Pantall and Miss Adams left for Chicago Monday.
The Pink Teas given by the Physical Culture Club are a great success.
Mrs. George Gerrity arrived home Saturday much improved in health.
Miss Alice Judson and Miss Jamison were visitors to Waukegan last week.
Mr. and Mrs. John A. Strang are happy over the large increase in their family on Sunday.
What's the matter with Ed. Martin? A carload of household furniture arrived for him last week. Is he going to surprise us?
The Easter bonnets and hats made their first appearance at church last Sunday - the weather Easter Sunday preventing it.
The question before the Debating Society last Thursday was " Can a Banker Pay 15 per cent Interest and Have the Principal Ready to Pay Over When Called For?" W. G. Thom made a forcible speaker in its favor and was replied to by several others, but the matter was left to the judge who will decide April 25th.
Mrs. Walter Lucas spent last week at Trevor with her mother and father.
Mrs. Geo. Gerrity and her mother came up from Chicago Saturday. Mrs. Gerrity is very much better.
Wm. Chope now drives the mail coach for Wm. Thom.
Mr. Pantall went to the city with little Bae Adam the first of the week and stayed a few days.
Arthur Spafford and his sister Lucy and Maud Hughes visited Waukegan a few days returning Monday.
In the absence of all the Jessies, Miss Vera Worden played the organ for the choir Sunday. Ralph Spafford sang a piece most beautifully.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Strang and their son John M. went to the city Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Strang will visit their daughter Mrs. Mavor a week or two after which they will go to Somers, Wis., to visit Mrs. Brain and Mrs. Frank Yule.
The subject of street lamps is stirring the enterprising leaders of this suburb, led on by Mr. Mitchell who has not been used to darkness.
Miss Carrie Bater is spending the week at Rosecrans.
Miss Brigham and Mr. Martin dined with Mrs. J. Monteath Strang Thursday.
Laura Brigham returned to the city Friday after a two weeks visit at Mrs. Pantall's.
Miss Carrie Bater returned Saturday quite ill.
The stork is flying and it is expected to alight this week.
Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Strang were Waukegan visitors Saturday.
John Strang and Rev. George Mitchell were Chicago visitors last week.
Mrs. J. M. Strang entertained a small party of friends at dinner Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. John Bonner celebrated their 25th anniversary on the 19th of April.
The debating society will meet Thursday afternoon when the celebrated case will be decided.
Mrs. Laura Britton, who has been visiting Mrs. Pantall, returned to Chicago on Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Strang, Sr., left on Wednesday for Chicago to be absent several weeks.
E. A. Martin left Monday morning for Chicago, while there will visit 10, 20, 30 Madison street.
Mr. and Mrs. Harrington, from Iowa, were guests of Mrs. C. B. Cummings Saturday and Sunday.
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