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Mrs. Smith had the misfortune to fall last Thursday and break a bone in the hip, which will lay her up for several weeks. She is under the care of Dr. Jamison.
Mr. and Mrs. Short, of Los Angeles, Cal. are visitors at Mrs. C. A. Matthews.
Mrs. Adams and her two girls came Saturday night to visit her father and mother Pantall. Mr. Adams is in Wyoming.
Mrs. Thomas Anderson and her two children who have been at her mother's the last four weeks will start for home this week. Mrs. John A. Strang made a children's party for Maud and Mary Anderson last week Friday. There were twenty-three children present and all had a fine time.
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Mathews returned from Pontiac Monday.
R. J. Bennett, of Ravenswood, gave an interesting illustrated lecture here Tuesday night. Mr. Bennett has traveled extensively and is a fine lecturer.
Mrs. Geo. Strang is gaining slowly.
Mrs. Adams, of Chicago Lawn, is visiting with Mrs. Pantall.
Mr. Lee was a Chicago visitor Monday.
Miss Carrie Bater is an Antioch visitor.
Edd Martin was a Chicago visitor, Monday.
C. E. Topic, July 3, Ways of Consecrating to our Country. Jessie Jamieson, leader.
The Junior C. E. will meet next Saturday afternoon at two o'clock.
Mrs. Smith, mother of Miss K. L. Smith and Mrs. C. B. Cummings, of Lansing Court, Waukegan, fell last Thursday and broke her hip. On account advanced age, leaves her in a very precarious condition. At present writing she is resting quite easy.
The lecture given by Mr. Bennett was very interesting and quite well attended.
William Spooner of Oak Park is visiting at John Trotters.
Mrs. Lyburn Stewart and Miss Edna Stewart spent the fourth at A. H. Stewarts.
Mrs. Taylor is entertaining her sister, Mrs. Ayers.
Mr. and Mrs. Crandel of Chicago are visiting at Elmer Cannons.
Miss Wynn of Waukegan is visiting Carrie Bater.
Mr. E. P. Dodge has gone to Rochester to visit his daughter Mrs. Helen Buss.
Maybelle Bonner is visiting with relatives in Antioch.
Mr. and Mrs. Denmann and son Clayton of Highland Park spent the fourth at C. E. Denman's.
Mr. and Mrs. John Buss of Rochester, attended the funeral of their uncle Mr. George Dodge.
The monthly missionary society will meet with Mrs. R. L. Strang Wednesday, July 6.
The C. E. business meeting will be held at the home of Mrs. Eugene Clark, Friday evening July 8.
C. E. Topic July 10, Some Modern Idols and how to overthrow them. Rev. F. T. Lee, leader all young people especially invited.
The sudden death of George Dodge, Sr., occurred Wednesday morning, June 29. The funeral took place at the house at two o'clock Friday afternoon. Interment in the Millburn cemetery. He leaves a wife and two children, George and Alice to mourn his loss.
Mrs. Ayers from Hlllsdale, Mich., is visiting her sister, Mrs. Dr. Taylor.
Mr. Pantall went home with his daughter, Mrs. Adams, Tuesday.
Edwin Taylor, wife and son came out to spend the 4th with his parents.
Mrs. Dr. Ralph Taylor of Lilly Lake spent a few days with her father and mother, Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Stewart.
Roy Hughes has gone to Charlevoix for the summer.
Loyd White of Michigan City came home for the 4th. Everyone is always glad to see Loyd.
Frank Wentworth of Chicago made a run out in his automobile Sunday to see his father and mother.
Victor and Leone Strang returned from Somers Tuesday.
The Niekirk family are at her fathers, Mr. Wm. Thoms. Mr. Niekirk is just home from the Pacific coast. They will settle in Winnetka.
Mr. and Mrs. Peter Stewart of Chicago visited a few days at Mrs. Smith's and spent the 4th with them.
There was a family party at the old Trotter home on the 4th with Mr. and Mrs. John who live in the old home, Fred, Bert, Mamie from the city, Lucy and their mother, also Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Bain and Helen Trotter. They had a fine display of fireworks at night.
Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Strang went to Somers for the 4th.
Mrs. Robert Strang has gone to visit her daughter, Mrs. Hughes.
Mrs. Thomas Anderson started for home last Friday.
Mrs. Smith is quite comfortable and is bearing up wonderfully patient and hopeful.
Mr. and Mrs. Crandell, of Chicago, are at Elmer Cannon.
Mr. E. P. Dodge has gone to Rochester, Wis., to visit his daughter, Mrs. Helen Buss.
Miss Wynn, of Waukegan, is visiting with Carrie Bater.
Rev. Hughes has gone to Charlevoix, Michigan.
Mrs. Ralph Taylor of Lily Lake and Mrs. Lybum Stewart and Edna Stewart, of Chicago, spent the Fourth with their father, Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Stewart.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Denman and son, spent the Fourth with Mrs. C. E. Denman.
Mr. and Mrs. John Buss, of Rochester, attended the funeral of Mr. Geo. Dodge.
C. E. Topic, July 10-Some Modern Idols and how to Overthrow Them. Rev. F. T. Lee, leader.
Wm. Spooner, of Oak Park, is at Wm. Trotter's. He will stay there all summer.
Mr. and Mrs. Will Tower, of Chicago, spent the Fourth with H. B. Tower's.
Mr. and Mrs. Anderson, of Chicago, spent the fourth with Mr. and Mrs. John Chope. Mr. Anderson is a nephew of Mrs. Chope's.
The C. E. business meeting will be at Mrs. Eugene Clark's, Friday evening, July 8. A Special invitation to all young people.
Mrs. Lawrence's two daughters from Iowa are home for their summer vacation.
Mrs. Mathews and two sons Brice and Herbert, of Kenosha returned to their home last Saturday.
Mrs. A. E. Stewart has gone to Highland Park to visit her daughter, Mrs. Fred Denman.
Mrs. J. H. Bonner will entertain the Ladies Aid on Thursday afternoon, July 14. Visitors always welcome.
Miss Annie McCredie and Mabel Irving started Thursday morning for the state C. E. Convention at Springfield, Ill.
Mrs. F. T. Lee has gone to Evanston to visit her mother Mrs. Canfield for a few weeks. Her son Harold will join her this week.
C. E. topic, July 17--The world's gain through universal peace. Harold Minto, leader. The report of delegates will also be given.
Miss Katherine and Lucy Kimball attended the birthday party of Sylvia Sears at Mr. Sears' summer residence at Gage's Lake, Monday, July 11, 1904.
Mrs. Carrie Edgar Wallis of Chicago, and her son are guests at Robert Strangs.
Mrs. John Stewart, of Minneapolis, is visiting the Stewarts and Thain families here.
Mabel Irving and Annie McCredie went to Springfield last week to attend the C. C. Convention.
Prof. M. I. Lawrence of Tabor, Iowa, is visiting her mother here.
Mrs. Gerity went to the city Monday.
Miss Blake, who is visiting Lucy Spafford, sang a solo most beautifully Sunday morning in the church.
Miss Ina Lawrence, of Fargo, N. D., is home for her vacation. She is the stenographer in Fargo College.
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Strang have been called frequently to Grayslake since they arrived home from California, on account of the serious illness of her brother, Wm. Wedge's wife.
Mrs. Eliza Bonner has the Ladies Aid Society to supper Thursday.
Mrs. Eugene Clark is entertaining her niece from Waukegan.
Mrs. Margaret and Miss Edith Stewart, who were visiting with friends here, have gone to visit with Peter Stewart at Gurnee.
Mrs. John Chope was called to the death bed of her father, Mr. Chauncy Nellis, of Rosecrans.
Mr. Elmer Cannon's parents are visiting with him. His mother was taken sick while here but is improving.
Sunday evening, July 24, the C. E. meeting will be led by Rev. F. T. Lee. The meeting will take the place of the regular church service at 7:30.
Mrs. Adams, who has been spending some time this summer with Mrs. Pantall, returned to Chicago Lawn, Monday. She expected to leave the next day for Wyoming.
Mrs. Peter Duncan had a smash-up Tuesday morning and was thrown from her buggy injuring her shoulder quite badly. Her rig and Ralph :Miller's collided with the result that Mrs. Duncan's rig was completely smashed.
Harold Lee has gone to Evanston on a visit.
Mrs. Adams who has been visiting here with Mrs. Pantall, returned to her home last Monday, she expected to start for Wyoming the next day.
Mrs. Margaret Stewart and Miss Edith Stewart of Minneapolis, Minn., who were visiting relatives and friends here have gone to Gurnee to visit with Peter Stewart.
Last Tuesday morning the rigs of Ralph Miller and Mrs. Peter Duncan collided, throwing Mrs. Duncan from the buggy and hurting her shoulder quite badly. Mrs. Duncan's rig was quite badly smashed.
Mrs. John Chope was called to the death-bed of her father, Mr. Channcy Nellis, who lived in Rosecrans.
Mr. Rudale, of Chicago, is visiting with H. B. Tower.
Clarence Bonner is home for a visit with his parents.
Miss Vivien Bonner will entertain the Jolly Workers club, Wednesday, July 27.
Elizabeth Roberts is visiting Mrs. S. H. Kimball.
The Junior C. E. will meet at two o'clock Friday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Mitchell of Waukegan visited over Sunday with the Spaffords.
C. E. Topic, July 31, An evening with Burmahan Sian. Victor Strang leader.
The Christian Endeavorers will give a lawn social on Wm. White's Lawn, Thursday evening, July 28. Light refreshments will be served, no expense.
The Sunday School Township convention will be held here Sunday and with quite a large attendance. Mr. Everett and Mrs. Vail of Highland Park were here and Rev. Cleworth of Antioch preached the morning sermon.
Mrs. Wm. Mavor and Miss Gertrude Maver, of Chicago, came out Saturday for a short visit with her sister, Mrs. Hughes.
Mrs. Allen Jamison and son Philip, of St. Louis, came Saturday to spend a few weeks at her father's, Dr. Taylor's.
Mr. and Mrs. Cummings went to the city Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Jamison visited in Rochester with Mrs. Helen Dodge Buss recently.
Miss Annie Rowland and Hattie Davis, of Cedar Rapids, Iowa, are visiting the Hughes and Whites.
Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Stewart and John M. Strang and wife attended the business men's picnic Tuesday.
Mr. Winecker has four city boarders.
Mrs. Adams went back to the city Monday. She and Mabel will soon start for New Castle, Wyoming, where Mr. Adams has been sent for a few months as Stock Examiner.
Mr. Wentworth's son Frank and daughter Mrs. Archibald Brown and Mr. Brown came out in their automobile Sunday to call on their father and mother.
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