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A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. John Buss of Rochester last Tuesday.
Mr. Humphrey of Waukegan was out to A. K. Bain's last Friday.
Mrs. Adams and two daughters of Chicago Lawn were visiting with Mrs. Pantall.
Rev. and Mrs. A. W. Safford and family left Tuesday for DeKalb where they will attend the wedding of a friend.
The C. E. delegates to the banquet at Libertyville reported an enjoyable time and bought good reports of the toasts.
On account of the bad weather last Wednesday the missionary meeting was postponed till May 8. It will meet with Mrs. Robert Strang.
Mrs. Wm. Mavor of Chicago, and Mrs. Frank Yule of Somers, Wis., are visiting with their mother, Mrs. Robert Strang, for a few days.
Mrs. Wentworth received word last week of the death of her brother-in-law, Joseph Jefferson, the actor.
Last Thursday afternoon while driving home from Antioch, Ed Martin's horse got frightened at an automobile and became unmanageable, throwing Mr. Martin and his sister from the buggy. Mr. Martin's shoulder was badly hurt while his sister escaped uninjured.
Mrs. Mary Yule returned home last Friday.
Mrs. Elmer Cannon will entertain the Ladies Aid on Thursday, May 11.
A. H. Stewart and James Jamieson were Chicago visitors last week.
A son arrived at the home of Mr. and Mrs. George Stone last Friday.
Mrs. Cremin, of Rollins, visited over Sunday with Mrs. Bain.
Miss Carrie Bater is visiting with friends in Evanston.
The C. E. business meeting will be at Mr. C. E. Denman's on Friday evening, May 12.
James A. Thom, M. D. C.
ADDRESS--Antioch R. F. D. No. 2.
Miss Maud Holland of Waukegan is visiting with Mrs. John Trotter, and Mabel and Sadie Irving.
Mr. M. H. Sage moved to Waukegan last week.
Mr. Armour is moving on Mr. Sage's farm.
David Young has been visiting at Lake Forest and Chicago.
Mr. John Stewart of Minneapolis, Minn. visited here last week with his brothers and sisters.
C. E. Topic, March 5. The Making of a Christian, his speech. Carrie Bater leader.
A large number attended the euchre party given by James Jameson at Young's hall last Friday night, Feb. 24. Miss Armour and Geo Gerrity were awarded first prizes and Mrs. Geo. Gerrity and Horace H. Tower received the second prizes.
Lucie Trotter returned Monday night from her visit in Evanston.
Mrs. Croply is in Grayslake staying with Mrs. Moore.
The song service which was conducted by Mr. Pratt last Sunday evening was appreciated by all present. The songs were jubilee songs.
E. A. Martin was in Chicago last Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Armour gave a card party and dance at their home on the Waterbury farm last Monday night, previous to moving on the Sage farm. A large number was there and all reported a fine time.
After several months wandering through the lumber camps in the north, Jeppie Jepson is back in Millburn again.
A. K. Bain has recovered from a recent attack of rheumatism.
Mr. Starkweather of Rockford spent the past week here.
Miss Kittie Smith of Waukegan visited here a few days last week.
Mrs. Charles Ames and Mrs. Odum were reported worse the past week.
Messers A. H. Stewart, Wm. Stewart, Jas. Pollock and Herbert Mathews were visiting in Chicago last Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Strang have returned home from Florida where they have been spending the winter.
Mr. and Mrs. Philip Dietmeyer attended the funeral of his brother-in-law, Mr. Stuber, at Chicago last week.
C. E. Topic, May 21--Growing up for God. Union meeting with the Juniors. Junior committee.
Mr. Lester Moody visited the Hockaday school last Monday. He superintended the eighth grade examination.
Mrs. Wm. McGuires mother Mrs. Esty had the misfortune to fall and break her hip last Friday. She is resting as well as can be expected.
The C. E. society will give an ice cream social on the lawn at the parsonage on Tuesday, May 23. Everyone old and young invited.
C. E. Denman received word on Monday of the death of his little nephew who was drowned in a ravine at Waukegan this week.
Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Stewart were Chicago visitors last Thursday.
Mrs. Dodge and daughter Alice were Chicago visitors last Saturday.
Mrs. George Jamieson has been spending a few days with her niece, Mrs. Buss, at Rochester.
Miss Alice Jamieson of Birwyn has been visiting with her aunt, Mrs. George Jamieson, this week.
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Denman and family attended the funeral of their nephew and cousin, Joseph Denman, last Wednesday.
Mrs. Lawrence has returned to her home for the summer after spending the winter in Tabor, Iowa.
Mrs. Safford has been quite sick, Mrs. Ames is some better, and Mrs. Odum is no better.
Mr. James McGurie and daughter Nellie Harmer of Hickory spend last Tuesday with Wm. McGuire.
C. E. Topic, May 28--Missions in Roman Catholic countries. Annie McCredie, leader.
Frank Webb of Kenosha repaired telephones at Millburn on Tuesday.
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