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November, 1906

Antioch News01 November 1906
Miss Jessie Jamieson is at home, sick with inflammatory rheumatism.

Rev. and Mrs. Safford returned from their two weeks vacation last Saturday.

Miss Alice Jamieson visited over Saturday night with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Jamieson.

Mrs. Mary Bater and daughter Carrie have been visiting for a few days with friends in Kenosha.

Mesdames Jamieson, Bain, Stephens and Thain returned Friday night from Springfield where they attended the Eastern Star Convention.

A. H. Stewart returned home on Friday last from North Hampton, Ohio, where he has been visiting his daughter, Mrs. Edna Pember.

Mr. and Mrs. W. J. White who have been to Nebraska to visit with their son Ernest, returned home on Tuesday last and report a most delightful trip.

Mrs. J. A. Strang and Mrs. Susan VanAlstine received word of the death of their mother, which occurred Monday morning at the home of her son at Warrenton. The funeral was held on Wednesday.

from the pages of the Waukegan Daily Gazette 15 November 1906
Leon Strang of Rochester was home for Sunday.

Leslie and Vivien Bonner went to Rochester, Wis., Saturday to visit with Miss Vera Worden, they returned home Sunday night.

Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Stewart went to Chicago last Thursday to attend the marriage of their nephew Byron Bates.

Mrs. Stewart's nephew, Raymond De Swarte, has returned to his home in Chicago.

Mrs. Fred Denman of Highland Park spent last Wednesday with her sister, Mrs. C. E. Denman.

Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Hughes are now settled in their new home in Chicago.

Mrs. A. E. Stewart has returned to spend the winter with her daughter, Mrs. C. E. Denman.

Mr. and Mrs. Ward Bain visited over Sunday with A. K. Bain.

L. J. White was home Sunday.

Ernest White, of Nebraska was home for a few days visit with his parents.

On Sunday morning at 7:30 o'clock at the home of Elmer Cannon occurred the death of his mother, Mrs. N. F. Cannon. She had been ill but two weeks, although she was very weak the family had hopes for her recovery until Saturday night. She leaves five sons, Fred of Iowa, Lew, of Oklahoma, Edd, of Waukegan, William of Zion City and Elmer of this place. Funeral left the house Tuesday at one o'clock thence to Hickory church for the services and burial at Hickory cemetery.

Mrs. Robert Strang celebrated her 87th birthday last Saturday by entertaining all her children but one daughter Mrs. Mavor who found it impossible to get here.

Wm. Thom is moving his family into the house he has rented from Mrs. Wienecke.

Miss Kate Gerrity of Waukegan was here Sunday.

Antioch News22 November 1906
Charles Ames has returned from the west.

The Rochester students will be home for Thanksgiving.

Mrs. Pantall has been visiting in Waukegan for a few days.

Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Strang visited all the past week in Chicago.

Watch for notices of a C. E. social to be given in the near future.

Mr. and Mrs. Roy Hughes of Chicago visited over Sunday with Mrs. Spafford.

Mrs. A. W. Safford visited with her daughter at Wheaton from Wednesday till Saturday.

The death of Mrs. Henry Wedge occurred on Sunday morning the cause being pneumonia. She had been a resident of Millburn for a number of years and was only recently settled in her new home in Waukegan. The funeral services were held at the Millburn church on Tuesday afternoon at one o'clock, the interment being in the Millburn cemetery. Her many friends extend their sympathies to the bereaved husband.

Antioch News29 November 1906
Mr. and Mrs. Scot LeVoy have another boy.

Mrs. J. A. Thain is entertaining her mother.

The Ladies Aid society will meet at the church on Thursday, December 6.

Miss Hazel Thain has gone to Kansas City to visit with her aunt, Mrs. Leonard.

Mrs. Susan VanAlstine is soon going to move into the house vacated by H. D. Hughes.

Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Strang started on Saturday last for California where they will spend the winter.

Remember the Thanksgiving social to be held at W. B. Stewart's on Thursday evening, November 29.

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