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R. L. Hughes was home over Sunday.
Miss Pollock returned to Chicago Monday.
Miss Bell Hughes has returned to Antioch.
Miss Carrie Bater went to Lake Forest Monday.
Mr. Abbott was a guest at Mrs. Spafford's over Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Strang visited in Racine last week.
Clarence Bonner and a lady friend were out over Sunday.
Mrs. Kimball and Miss Rogers went to Chicago last Thursday.
Mrs. Matthews has gone to Minnesota to visit with relatives there.
Rev. and Mrs. Mitchell of Oak Park, are the happy parents of a baby girl.
Mr. and Mrs. Britton of Pikeville, visited Sunday with Mr. Ed. Wells.
Mrs. J. Thain, Gussie, Hazel and Lyman were Chicago visitors one day last week.
The C. E. Society gave a lawn social on the church lawn on Tuesday night, Sept. 4.
Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Cannon spent last Thursday and Friday at the Woodstock Fair.
Mr. Roberts and son Alfred, of Chicago, have been visiting with Mr. and Mrs. J. Jamieson.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Thom, Sr. have been visiting with their son, Edwin Thom, in Racine.
The C. E. business meeting will be held at the home of J. H. Bonner on Friday evening, Sept. 7.
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Gerrity attended the McHenry County Fair at Woodstock last Thursday and Friday.
Mrs. Lawrence left Sunday morning for Tabor, Ia., where she is going to live with her daughter Margaret.
Bert and Frieda Wieneckie left last Tuesday for Sycamore, Ill., where they have gone to attend high school.
The Hockaday school will open Sept. 10 with Miss Clara Nelson as teacher. Miss Vivien Bonner will teach the Dodge school again.
Mamie Trotter was out for a few days last week.
Wm. Finley visited last week with the Bonners.
Miss May Dodge is visiting with Mrs. John Bonner.
Victor Strang has returned to Beloit to attend school.
Mrs. Stephens has recovered from a two weeks' illness.
Mrs. A. W. Safford was a Chicago visitor last Friday.
Miss A. L. McCredie started her school at Deerfield last Monday.
Victor Strang and Leslie Bonner spent last Friday in Chicago.
Mrs. Hatton is here visiting with her brother Mr. Geo. Yocum.
Mrs. Brown has been visiting with her mother Mrs. Wentworth.
Mr. and Mrs. Padgett and child returned to Charleston, Ill., Sunday.
Ruby and Mabel Hughes went to Chicago last Tuesday and returned on Thursday.
Victor Rossback spent a few days here last week returning Friday with his children.
Mrs. Wright Stewart and Mrs. Wright Scott are spending some time at John Trotter's.
Margaret and Bertha White, Pearl, Baby and Olin Cleveland, Mabel Bonner, Helen Safford, Leon Strang and Robert Bonner all started Tuesday for Rochester where they will attend school.
Leslie Caine visited over Sunday with Mrs. Bater.
Miss Mabel Chope has been visiting with relatives in Russell. (According to the Russell, IL article right next to this one, she was visiting her aunt, Mrs. C. A. Edwards.)
Mr. Wm. McGuire has moved into Mrs. Lawrence's house.
Miss Eunice Fendic is visiting with her cousin, Mrs. Mabel Young.
Mrs. Kimball and son Marston of Oak Park returned to John Trotters last Friday.
Mrs. Fred Denman of Highland Park spent Saturday with her mother and sister here.
Misses Rose and Hulda Voos of Chicago visited Saturday with Mrs. C. E. Denman.
Mr. and Mrs. John Chope and daughter, Irene have gone to Amboy, Ill., for a visit with relatives and friends.
Mrs. D. B. Taylor of St. Louis and Miss Jessie Richardson of Lillie Lake are here visiting with Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Stewart.
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