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Mrs. A. H. Stewart spent a couple of days last week in Chicago.
Erma VanDuzer has gone to her home in Antioch for a few weeks.
Mrs. Frank Strang of Waukegan is visiting Mrs. Geo. Strang.
Mrs. Pantall is entertaining her daughter Mrs. Adams of Chicago Lawn.
Carrie Bater and her mother visited friends in Kenosha last week.
Mrs. A. H. Stewart is quite sick at present writing.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Cook spent Sunday with their cousin John Chope.
Miss Rose who has been visiting Miss Jessie Jamieson returned to her home in Rochester last week.
Mr. Mathews, Wm. Stewart and James Jamieson were called to Waukegan to serve on the jury.
Mrs. Yule went to Plainfield, Ill., last Thursday, where she will visit her sister, Mrs. Patterson.
Mrs. John Buss of Rochester visited with old friends here the latter part of the week.
The C. E. will give a social at the parsonage on Friday evening, Nov. 4. Refreshments will be served and a good program is being prepared. Everyone cordially invited.
A number of boys surprised Edwin Denman last Saturday afternoon, it being his eleventh birthday. The afternoon was spent in playing base ball, until about four o'clock when refreshments were served. Among those present were; George White, Lewis Galligher, Robert Bonner, Carl Galligher, Frank Houser, Bert Wienecke, Armond Ocker, Albert Galligher, Mortimer Cannon, Leon Strang, Carl Chope, and Schuyler Denman.
Mrs. Bates and Carrie went to Kenosha last week to visit Mrs. Robson and her daughter.
Mrs. A. H. Stewart has been quite sick for several days.
Mrs. Norman Adams and her two girls, Charlotte and Belle, were out to their Grandfather Pantello's over Sudnay. Mr. Adams is expected home from the west soon now.
Herbert Matthews and wife are away visiting at Richmond with the Hunter family.
Mr. and Mrs. Strang lately moved to Waukegan from Marshfield, Wis., were out to visit their Grandmother Strang Saturday and Sunday.
Mrs. John Buss, of Rochester, spent Sunday with Geo. Jamieson's.
Mr. and Mrs. John Rose, of Waukegan, visited at Henry Wedge's recently.
Arrangements have been made to receive the election returns by telephone in Young's hall Tuesday night. A supper will be served by the ladies. All are invited.
There will be a C. E. sociable held at the parsonage Friday evening.
Miss Emma and Lucy Spofford visited their sister, Mrs. Mitchell, in Waukegan, Tuesday.
Mrs. Matthews will set up housekeeping in her cottage this week, Elmer Cannon brought a load of goods from Kenosha for her Wednesday.
Mrs. Pantall visited in Waukegan with Mrs. Dr. Tombaugh a couple of days this week.
Jeanette Rose, of Rochester, spent a week with Jessie Jamieson recently.
The Misses Popie from Chicago visited Mrs. George Gerrity over Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Will Stewart went to the city Monday to meet friends from Spokane, Wash.
Mrs. Cora Knox McBride and her husband were out from Chicago to visit their Spafford cousins over Sunday.
Mrs. Lee went to Evanston Monday with her guest Miss Millspaw, of Conn.
Dr. and Mrs. Jamison and little Vida went to Libertyville Sunday to call on their grandfather Jamison.
Mr. and Mrs. Crimen of Grayslake were over to Alfred Bain's Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Thom visited their daughter, Mrs. Niekirk and family in the city last week.
The sociable at the parsonage was very largely attended.
Jennie Mathews is a visitor at her brother Herbert's.
Mr. and Mrs. A. Stewart expect to go to Lilly Lake to spend the week with their daughter, Mrs. Dr. Ralph Taylor.
Miss Young of Lake Forest is a visitor at her brother David Young's `
Mr. Harry Kerr has rented Wm. Chopes's farm.
Mrs. Pantall is visiting in Chicago Lawn this week.
Mrs. Yule has gone to Waukegan to spend the winter with her daughter, Mrs. H. Gerry.
Miss Emma Spafford has gone to the St. Louis Fair, and also to visit with her brother, Arthur.
Horace Tower, of Englewood, is visiting a few days with his uncle, H. B. Tower.
Mrs. Elizabeth Tower has been spending a few days with Mrs. Frank Shepard, of Chicago.
Mrs. C. B. Cummings and son, Clarence, were out for a few days from Waukegan visiting with her mother, Mrs. Smith.
Mrs. Richard Liston, of Colorado, is visiting with Theo. VanAlstine and other relatives.
The C. E. Business meeting will be at Ethel McGuire's, on Friday evening, Dec. 9th.
Victor Strang, Ole Cleveland and Vera Worden were from Rochester, over Thanksgiving.
Roy Hughes was a Chicago visitor last week.
Mrs. Mitchell and little son, Lester, came out last Friday to stay at Mrs. Spafford's for a few days.
Harold Lee came home from Evanston, to spend Thanksgiving with his parents.
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Matthews gave a dinner party on Friday, Nov. 25, in honor of the tweny-fifth anniversary of their marriage. Just the near relatives were invited.
Harold Lee returned to Evanston, Sunday, accompanied by his mother.
Miss Josie Bidwell, of Gurnee, was the guest of Mrs. Denman for a few days.
Another traveling library has come to Millburn and is at Mrs. Homer Jamieson's. It is in charge of the Ladies' Aid and every one is welcome to the books.
Mrs. Robert Strang will entertain the regular monthly missionary meeting on Wednesday afternoon, Nov. 30.
Mrs. A. H. Stewart will entertain the Ladies' Aid on Thursday, Dec. 1, to make preparations for their bazaar.
C. E. Topic, Dec. 4: How to worship in Spirit and in Truth.
Mrs. R. L. Strang gave a party for her son, Victor, on Thursday evening, Nov. 24. A delightful time was reported by all who were present.
The bazaar to be given by the Ladies Aid will take place on Friday evening, Dec. 16th. Many useful things can be bought and supper will be served. Don't forget the date.
Mrs. Trotter and daughter, Mamie, of Evanston, spent a few days with Mrs. Bain and John Trotter.
The Warren cemetery society will meet with Mrs. Jane McGuire, Wed. Dec. 7th, 1904.
Fire was discovered near the Hockiday school house last Wednesday in some old rails that were piled there, but for the timely aid of some of Farhney's men it might of done considerable damage. A very high wind was blowing at the time. Hunters should be very careful while it is so dry.
Mr. and Mrs. Van Alstine were Antioch callers last Sunday.
The Juniors sent a box of good literature to Pontiac last week.
The C. E. business meeting at Jesse Denman's on Friday evening, Nov. 11
Miss Elsie Stephens will entertain the Jolly Workers on Saturday afternoon, Nov. 12.
Joe Eichinger has a head of cabbage on exhibition at K. L. Smith's store, that weights 21 pounds.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Eichinger and daughter Mary attended the funeral of Frank Sage last Wednesday.
The Warren Cemetery Society will meet with Mr. Geo. Gerrity on Wednesday, Nov. 16.
C. E. Topic, Nov. 13-"Our partnership and fellowships. Alice Dodge, leader.
The social given by the Christian Endeavors last Friday evening at the parsonage was very successful, both socially and financially. The dining room was prettily decorated with bouquets and the table in charge of the C. E. was trimmed in pink and white. Miss Safford and A. K. Bain furnished music.
James and Louise Gerrity celebrated their third birthday on Nov. 3. A large dinner party was given in their honor and they received many beautiful presents. Among the out of town guests were Mrs. Teresa Gerrity and Miss Kitty Gerrity, of Waukegan, Misses Anna and Marie Popp, of Chicago.
Elsie Stephens will entertain the Jolly Workers Club on Saturday afternoon, Nov. 12.
The Warren Cemetery Society will meet with Mrs. Go. Gerrity on Wednesday, Nov. 16.
Mr. and Mrs. John Eichinger and daughter, Mary, attended the funeral of Frank Sage, last Wednesday, in Chicago.
Joe Eichinger has a head of cabbage on exhibition at K. L. Smith's store, that weighs twenty-one pounds.
The Junior's sent a box of good literature to Pontiac, last week.
The social given at the parsonage last Friday was very successful, both socially and financially. Chrysanthemums predominated in the house decorations, the dining table in charge of the C. E. being all in pink and white. The young people spent an enjoyable evening in playing and listening to the programme.
The C. E. business meeting will meet with Jesse Denman on Friday evening, Nov. 11.
James and Louise Gerrity celebrated their third birthday, Nov 3, '04. A large dinner party was given in their honor and they received many beautiful presents. Among the out of town guests were: Mrs. Teresa Gerrity and Miss Kitty Gerity, of Waukegan. Misses Annan and Marie Popp, of Chicago.
Rev. Safford, of Chicago, filled the pulpit Sunday in the absence of Mr. Lee.
Earnest Whise, Roy Hughes and Leslie Bonner spent last Saturday in Evanston.
A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. John Duncan last Tuesday.
Mrs. Wienecke and her brother Scott LeVoy went to Barrington last week.
Scott LeVoy has purchased the Briggs farm, now occupied by Frank Clark, who is to move to Michigan soon.
Miss Alice Dodge has accepted the position as Primary teacher at the Grayslake Public School. She filled as a substitute for Miss Rena Decker, who has gone to California for the winter.
Lawyer Edwin Theron Taylor, of Chicago, was out last Saturday for a rabbit hunt in the woods all day. He secured two fine ones and went home pleased.
Mr. and Mrs. John Duncan have another young son about two weeks old.
Alice Haggerty just home from Toledo visited at James Pollock's a few days last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Clark visited their daughter, Mrs. Albert Cole at Pleasant Prairie Saturday and Sunday. They will soon move to their new home in Michigan.
Rev. Mr. Spafford, of Chicago, preached here last Sunday in the absence of Rev. Lee. He is a fine preacher and also a fine singer like all the Spaffords.
There was a family reunion last Thursday,. Nov. 10th, at the home of Mrs. Robert Strang, Sr., it being her 85th birthday. There were present: J. M. Strang and wife, Mrs. Wm. Mavor, Mrs. Eliza Hughes, Mrs. Ward Bain, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lincoln Strang and Mrs. Frank Yule. Mrs. Strang received a present which she prizes very highly from her much esteemed friend, Mrs. Andrew White, Sr. Of Lyons, Neb. It is a testament in broad Scotch. There was a beautiful cake made by Mrs. J. M. Strang with candles all round and 85 in the center of the white in red figures. The day was spent in a social way with a fine dinner and supper by Mrs. R. L. Strang.
Gertie Mavor is out from the city visiting her aunt, Mrs. John Monteath Strang and others.
Mrs. John Bonner was away last week caring for her sister, Elizabeth Bonner, who is very sick at Rosecrans.
Mr. and Mrs. George Tillotson, of Pikeville, Wis., were visitors at Herbert Mathews' the first of the week.
The Cummings were out over Sunday. They are planning to go to California this winter for Mr. Cummings' health.
The Thanksgiving Praise service will be next Sunday evening at 7:30, Nov. 27.
Mrs. Lee returned from Evanston last Friday.
C. E. Topic, Nov. 27--How intemperance hinders missions.
The Warren Cemetery society met with Mrs. George Gerrity last Wednesday a large crowd was in attendance.
The President of the Jolly Workers has called a special meeting to be held at the home of Mrs. John Trotter on Saturday afternoon, Nov. 26.
Mrs. White gave a party in honor of the Jolly Workers last Tuesday evening. The young people spent an enjoyable evening and decided to have no more meetings through the winter.
The friends of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. McGuire gave them a surprise in honor of their twenty-fifth wedding anniversary, on Thursday Nov. 17. A beautiful clock was presented to them as a token of friend ship. A fine supper of chicken sandwiches cake and coffee to which all did ample justice. About sixty were present.
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