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August, 1906

Antioch News2 August 1906
Earl White is home after a trip in the west.

Gladys Stewart has been visiting relatives here.

Miss Clara Foote is visiting in Chicago and Wheaton.

Mrs. Elsie Lawrence is visiting with her sister in Waukegan.

Bertha White is visiting her aunt, Mrs. Ida Douglas in Waukegan.

Mrs. Hardy of Waukegan is visiting with her brother J. A. Thain.

Mrs. Mary Yule is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Gerrity in Waukegan.

J. S. Denman's friend Edward Voos returned to his home last Friday.

Miss Helen Safford is entertaining a friend from Bowmanville.

Mrs. Libbie Padgett and sister Jessie Jamieson are visiting their parents here.

Try to attend the C. E. Echo Rally at Deerfield Friday night, August 3.

Mrs. Lottie Bain and daughter returned to their home in Racine last week.

Mrs. A. H. Stewart will entertain the Ladies Aid society on Thursday afternoon August 2.

Mrs. Fred Denmann of Highland Park spent a few days last week with her sister, Mrs. C. E. Denman.

Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Stewart, Mr. and Mrs. John Bonner, Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Stewart and Miss Carrie Bater took in Ravina Park last Saturday afternoon.

On Thursday afternoon James Kerr and wife and Peter Lund and wife went to Millburn to be initiated into the Eastern Star lodge. This chapter is just starting and they are about the first to be initiated.

Antioch News9 August 1906
Mrs. Watson entertained her daughter from Chicago over Saturday.

Miss Clara Foote returned from her visit last Friday.

About forty attended the Ladies' Aid Society at Mrs. Stewart's last Thursday.

Clarence Bonner was home from Chicago over Sunday.

Mrs. Etta Wienecke went on a visit to Sycamore last Wednesday.

Many from here attended the big Waukegan picnic last Wednesday

Mrs. Eliza Chope is visiting with Mrs. M. Lewis

Miss Marjory Cannon visited last week with uncle her Will Cannon, of Zion City.

Mr. and Mrs. Evan Colwell visited last Friday with Mr. and Mrs. W. G. McGuire.

Mr. and Mrs. Grice, of North Chicago, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Strang.

Mrs. H. G. Harris has been entertaining her friend, Mrs. Needham, of Waukegan for a few days.

Mrs. John Wedge is in Waukegan taking care of Mrs. Amanda Hockaday who has been very sick.

Antioch News16 August 1906
Mrs. Sarah Dodge has gone to Canada.

Rev. Mitchell, of Oak Park, was here on business last Saturday.

Will Strang was a Chicago visitor last week.

Mr. Will LeVoy, of Belvidere, was here over Sunday with Mrs. Wienecke.

Mr. Dippy, of Chicago, is visiting with Mrs. Gerrity.

Robert Bonner has been visiting with his cousins in Russell for a few days.

Mrs. Harris, of Peoria, is here visiting with her daughter, Mrs. Jessie Thom.

Miss Edith Morehead, of DeKalb, is here visiting with Miss Vivien Bonner.

Geo. Safford returned to Chicago Monday after spending a few days with his parents.

Mrs. John Wedge returned from Waukegan last Friday where she has been taking care of Mrs. Amanda Hockaday.

Mr. and Mrs. Scott LeVoy and son, of St. Johns, Ind., are here visiting with Mrs. Wienecke.

Word reached here on Monday of the arrival of a son at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Bock, of Davidson, Can.

Mr. and Mrs. Victor Rosback, of Evanston, came out in their auto last Friday and visited at John Trotter's.

Mr. Wentworth and Miss Cook, of Chicago visited on Sunday with the former's father here.

Mrs. Ralph Wheaton is here visiting with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Safford. Mr. Wheaton was here over Sunday.

The C. E. Society gave a "Hard Times" social on the lawn at the parsonage on Tuesday evening, Aug. 14. Watermelon was served.

Mrs. J. M. Strang gave an afternoon party one day last week in honor of Mrs. Lawrence, who is going west about the first of September.

Mr. J. S. Denman, Miss Mabel Bonner and Miss Helen Safford attended the Echo Rally at Deerfield last Thursday night. The reports of the meeting were given last Sunday night.

Antioch News23 August 1906
Geo. Safford was home last week.

Miss Lanore Ames is visiting in Rosecrans.

Miss Alice Jamieson, of Berwyn, spent Sunday with her parents.

Mrs. Halloway and son, of Missouri, are visiting with their aunt, Mrs. Pantall.

Mr. and Mrs. John Buss returned home Monday.

Miss Kittie Smith is able to be about the house again.

Miss Carrie Bater returned from Kenosha last Friday.

Miss Nellie Robinson, of Kenosha, is visiting with Carrie Bater.

Mr. and Mrs. John Buss and son spent a few days with Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Jamieson last week.

Mrs. H. G. Harris entertained her sister Miss Bashan and friend Mr. Geisler, of Chicago, from Friday till Sunday.

Miss Edith Morehead returned to her home in De Kalb last Wednesday. Miss Vivien Bonner went with her for a week's visit.

Antioch News30 August 1906
Miss Belle Hughes, of Antioch, has been visiting relatives here.

Miss Mabel Bonner spent a few days of last week in Evanston.

The Misses Gilbert, of Round Lake, visited last week with Mabel Bonner.

Miss Mabel Bonner returned from De Kalb Tuesday.

Miss Vera Worden, of Rochester, Wis., is spending a week with Margaret White.

Will Thom is all smiles since the arrival of another boy.

Miss Erma Van Duzer, of Antioch, is spending a week with Miss Jessie Jamieson.

Mr. and Mrs. Robertson, of Williams, Iowa, are visiting with Mr. and Mrs. Geo Jamieson.

Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Harris entertained their nephew from Geneva, Wis., over Saturday.

Mr. and Mrs. Lyburn Stewart and child, of Chicago, are visiting with Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Stewart.

Mrs. Hillman, Mrs. Cole and their children, of Lake Zurich visited from Monday till Wednesday of last week with Mrs. Wienecke.

Found--at Lambs' Corners, a child's navy blue Jacket, Friday, Aug. 3. Owner please call for it at Mrs. H. B. Towers', Millburn.

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