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Mrs. Edna Pemler visited a few days last week with her father A. H. Stewart. She is from North Hampton, Ohio.
Mr. and Mrs. Mackintosh and children has been visiting at A. W. Safford.
Mr. and Mrs. Ames, of Rosecrans, spent Sunday at Charles Ames.
Misses Anna and Marie Popp, of Chicago, are visiting with Mrs. Gerrity.
Mrs. Wandel and son of Waukegan spent last Sunday at Mrs. Bater's.
The Ladies Aid will meet with Mrs. Bater on Thursday, June 1.
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Trotter returned to the city Sunday evening after a week here.
Mrs. Wienecke entertained her brother-in-law and her nephew, of Belvidere, over Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. John Buss and son have been visiting the past week with Mrs. Geo. Jamieson.
C. E. Topic June 4--"The making of a Christian; helping one another." Jesse Denman, leader.
Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Cannon went to Benton Sunday to see Mr. Cannon's father and mother who have returned from Oklahoma.
Mr. and Mrs. Bairstow, of Wheaton, accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Higley, of Grayslake, called in Millburn with their aunts.
Those who attended the C. E. convention in Waukegan from here were Harold Minto, Clarence Bock, Vivien Bonner, Lucy Spafford and Alice Dodge.
Mrs. Henlen Buss and little son returned to Rochester last Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Strang went to Chicago last Wednesday for a few days visit.
Miss May Niekirk has been visiting at Mrs. Wm. Thoms.
Rev. and Mrs. Mitchell and two children of Oak Park, were here last week.
Mrs. Wm. Mitchell, of Waukegan, was home last week.
Ralph Harris is here visiting with his sisters, Mrs. Thom and Mrs. Dodge.
Mr. Henry Bater and daughters Florence and Anna, of Waukegan, were here on Decoration Day.
Mrs. John Fulton and son James were here Thursday and Friday visiting her parents Mr. and Mrs. Pollock.
Mrs. Scott Leroy and son returned Monday to their home in St. Johns, Indiana, after spending a week with Mrs. Wienecke.
C. E. topic, June 11--"Not ashamed of the Gospel. Harold Minto, leader.
Mr. Ross, who recently returned from Scotland, called on relatives here last Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Matthews and sons, of Kenosha, spent Decoration Day at Herbert Matthews.
Mrs. Bater entertained about seventy five persons at the Ladies Aid last Thursday.
The C. E. business meeting was postponed from the date of June 9, to June 16, when it will meet with Mrs. H. E. Jamieson.
Mr. and Mrs. Pantall go this week to Nebraska to visit with their old friends, the Leiths', who live in Fremont, Neb.
Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Cannon expect to start on Tuesday for a ten day's trip to Nebraska.
Mrs. A. E. Stewart, of Washington, D. C. is visiting with her daughter, Mrs. C. E. Denman.
Mrs. Scott Levoy, of St. Johns, Ind., returned home Monday after spending a week with Mrs. Wienecke.
Ralph Harris is visiting his sister, Mrs. Thom and Mrs. Geo. Dodge.
Mrs. Dodge and Alice went to Rochester, Monday to attend the commencement at Rochester academy.
Mrs. Wm. Mitchell and son, Lester, were visiting with her mother, Mrs. Spafford.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Mathews, of Kenosha, visited Herbert Mathews on Memorial Day.
The C. E. business meeting was postponed from June 9, to June 16, to meet with Mrs. H. E. Jamieson.
Mrs. Yule returned from Waukegan Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. John Buss and son, spent last week with Mrs. Geo. Jamieson.
Rev. and Mrs. Mitchell, of Oak Park, spent a few days here last week with Mrs. Geo. Jamieson.
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Pantall go this week to Fremont, Neb., to visit.
Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Cannon went to Nebraska Tuesday.
Mr. Ross, who has recently returned from Scotland, called on friends.
Miss May Niekirk is visiting at Mrs. Wm. Thoms.
Mrs. Safford and Miss Foote were in Chicago the first of the week.
Mrs. Charles Ames and Mrs. Odum still continue very low.
Little Madge Strang is able to be out again after a long illness.
Vera Worden, Ole Cleveland and Victor Strang returned from Rochester this week.
Remember the C. E. business meeting on Friday evening at Mrs. H. E. Jamieson.
C. E. topic, June 18--Minor moralities. Mabel Irving, leader.
Mrs. Adams, of Chicago Lawn, is staying at Mrs. Pantall's while Mrs. Pantall is away.
Miss Vivian Bonner went to DeKalb last Friday to spend two weeks with school friends.
Messrs. Will and George Strang have started north on a hunting and fishing expedition.
The Ladies Aid society met with Mrs. Gerrity last Thursday to sew for the Fels children in Wadsworth.
Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Strang, Mrs. Dodge and Alice, Leslie and Gordon Bonner and Carrie Cropley attended the commencement exercises at Rochester last Thursday.
Mrs. Oscar Niekirk and children and Mrs. May Leighton who have been visiting at Mrs. Wm. Thomas returned home last Wednesday.
Mrs. Adams has returned home to Chicago Lawn.
Mr. Clark, of North Milwaukee, attended the funeral of Mrs. Charles Ames.
Ralph Harris returned home last Sunday.
Mrs. Pantall returned from Nebraska last Friday.
Miss Clara Safford has gone to Wheaton to attend the commencement exercises.
Mabel Bonner is home from school at Gurnee for vacation.
Dr. and Mrs. Kimball and sons Russell and Marshton, of Oak Park, are at Mrs. Bains.
Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Cannon returned last Saturday from their visit to Kearney, Neb.
Mrs. George Strang has returned from Waukegan where she has been spending a week.
A number from Millburn and vicinity attended the annual June meeting of Lake county Congregational churches held in Waukegan last Tuesday.
At five o'clock on Thursday afternoon, June 15, occurred the death of Mrs. Charles Ames, who has been very ill with cancer for several months. She leaves to mourn her loss her husband and two children, Simeon and Ethel, also a niece, Miss Lanora Ames, who makes her home there. The bereaved family have the sincere sympathy of the community.
Mrs. Charles Ames and Mrs. Odum still continue very low.
Miss Ruby Cleveland went to Gurnee last Friday to receive her eighth grade diploma at the Gurnee school.
Vera, Vivien, Ole Cleveland and Victor Strang have returned from Rochester for their vacation.
The repairs of the church are nearly completed.
C. E. business meeting at Mrs. H. E. Jamieson on Friday evening, June 16.
Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Strang, Mrs. Dodge and daughter, Alice, Carrie Cropley and Leslie and Gordon Bonner, attended the commencement exercises at the "Rochester Academy" at Rochester, Wis., last Thursday.
The Ladies Aid society met with Mrs. Gerrity last Thursday to sew for the Fels children at Wadsworth.
Miss Carrie Cropley is spending a week in Rochester with friends.
Mr. Mackintosh of Bowmanville, visited one day last week at Rev. Saffords.
C. E. Topic, June 18, Minor Moralities, Mable Irving, leader.
Will and George Strang have gone up north on a fishing and hunting expedition.
Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Cannon went to Kearney, Neb., last Tuesday on a visit.
There is a promise of a large yield of strawberries in the gardens throughout this vicinity.
Mr. and Mrs. Cannon returned from their visit to Kearney, Neb., last Saturday.
Mrs. Richard Pantall returned from Nebraska last Friday.
Mrs. Adams and daughter Bae have returned to Chicago Lawn
Miss Jessie Richardson of Lily Lake is visiting at A. H. Stewarts.
The C. E. Society will give an ice cream social on Mrs. Bater's lawn on Thursday evening, June 22. Everyone invited.
At five o'clock p.m. on Thursday, June 15, occurred the death of Mrs. Charles Ames after a long illness of cancer. The funeral was from the house, interment at Warren Cemetery. She leaves besides her husband two children, Simeon and J____ to mourn her loss. The bereaved family have the sincere sympathy of the community.
The Jolly Workers' will have a special meeting at Miss Minetta Denmans on Thursday, June 22 for the purpose of reorganizing.
The Juniors will meet next Saturday at the hall. Topic-What he says about studying our Bibles.
Mrs. George Strang returned from her weeks visit in Waukegan.
Ralph Harris returned home on Sunday after visiting for two weeks here.
Mrs. Alfred Bain was a Chicago visitor last Wednesday.
Mrs. Jeanett Matthews is visiting with relatives in Kenosha.
Mrs. Criss Van Patten has her four nieces from Sioux City, Iowa, with her.
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Matthews returned last Tuesday from a visit at Kenosha.
Miss Jessie Richardson, of Lily Lake, was visiting at Mrs. Stewarts last week.
The Kimballs returned to Oak Park last Monday.
Warren Brown is here for the summer with his grandmother, Mrs. Wentworth.
C. E. topic, July 2--"The making of a Christian; his destiny." Clarence Bock, leader.
Miss Anna Popp, of Chicago, is here on a visit till after the fourth with Mrs. Gerrity.
Miss Lucy Trotter is back from Evanston again. She is visiting with her sister Mrs. Bain.
Mr. Cummings and Miss Kittie Smith of Waukegan, were out last Monday. Mr. Cummings is much improved in health.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Pollock and son, of Iowa, made a short visit with his parents, who accompanied them from here to Lake Geneva.
Mrs. Manor , of Chicago, is visiting with her aunts, Mrs. R. L. Strang and Mrs. John Hughes.
Mrs. Taylor and her daughter Mrs. Allen Jamieson and little son were visiting at Mrs. A. H. Stewarts last week.
The C. E. social on Bater's lawn last Thursday evening was very well attended and an enjoyable time was reported.
Mrs. Fred Denman and son Clayton, of Highland Park, and Mrs. J. C. Denman and son, of Waukegan, spent a few days at Mrs. C. E. Denman's last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Peter Stewart and daughter, Gladys, and Miss Dell Bidwell, of Gurnee, Mr. Anderson, of Lake Forest, Mrs. Hardy and daughter, Lois, of Waukegan and Richard Phain, of Oak Park, were here Sunday to attend the reopening of the church.
Mrs. Mavor, of Chicago, is visiting here with relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Trotter and little child of Chicago are visiting at Mrs. Bains.
In place of the C. E. prayer meeting on next Sunday evening at 6:45 o'clock we will listen to the report of the C. E. convention at Baltimore. The report will be given by George Safford.
Mrs. Trotter, of Evanston, is visiting with her son and daughters.
The Ladies Aid will give a bazaar on Thursday, August 17, 1905, in the church. Each member of the society is requested to make one article, the Christian Endeavors have been permitted to have a handkerchief both at this bazaar and each member of this society is requested to make two handkerchiefs or articles made of handkerchiefs.
Mrs. J. M. Strang has gone to Michigan to attend a wedding.
Mrs. Mary Yule is able to walk about again after being laid up from running a nail in her foot.
Mr. L. W. Wakefield and Mrs. Landie Wakefield, of Gurnee were here to the rededication of the church last Sunday.
Mrs. Kimball's sister and niece, of Chicago, were here for a few days.
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