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Mrs. Sarah Dodge, of Rochester, came Saturday to keep house for Mrs. Bonner while she is away.
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Gerrity visited with friends in Ravenswood Tuesday.
Miss Mamie Trotter, of Evanston, visited over Sunday with John Bonner and A. K. Bain.
Clarence Bonner, of Chicago, visited the home folks over Sunday.
Miss Vera Werden, of Rochester, visited over Sunday with David White also Miss Margaret White was home.
Mrs. Herbert Mathews spent several days in Waukegan visiting friends and relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. David Young contemplates trip to Scotland in the near future.
Miss Edith VanAlstine closed her school at Sand Lake, Saturday, May 25.
Messrs. Steadman and Ormsby, of Gurnee, are painting W. B. Stewart's house.
Mrs. Mary Bater entertained her brother, James Taylor, of Taylorville, Ill, and nephews, James Low, of Evanston, and Samuel Low, of Chicago, Sunday. James Taylor is on his way to Scotland to visit his brother.
Miss Maude North, of Chicago, is visiting W. J. White and other relatives.
Miss Julia Adams returned to her home in Chicago Lawn, Wednesday.
Ed Martin returned home Tuesday from his trip to the coast with the Shriners.
Miss C. E. Bater came home Saturday returning again Monday to Evanston.
Miss Robinson, of Kenosha, well known in this vicinity who visited Miss Bater last summer, died Saturday and was buried Monday.
Sunday, June 2, is the Woodmen's Memorial day and the Warren Cemetery Society is to join the Woodmen the same day.
Mrs. Elizabeth Bonner of Russell is visiting here with her nephews.
Mrs. A. E. Stewart from Highland Park came Monday to visit with her daughter, Mrs. Denman.
Mr. and Mrs. Humphrey called on William Cremin last Wednesday.
Some of the bad places in the road south of Millburn will soon be a thing of the past.
Mrs. William Cremins visited in Waukegan Tuesday and Wednesday.
The Hockaday school closed last Wednesday.
Miss Watson is in Lake Villa attending her brother who is ill with pneumonia.
Miss Ethel Ames has closed her school and is spending her vacation at home.
Mrs. Sarah Dodge returned last Friday to Rochester, Wis.
A. K. Bain was quite badly kicked by a horse last Wednesday at the Mrs. Cunningham funeral.
Mr. and Mrs. John Hughes of Libertyville were seen on our streets last Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. W. G. McGuire and Jess Denman visited last Sunday with their uncle in Highland Park.
On Sunday, June 9, Children's day will be observed by the Sunday school.
Henry Bater of Waukegan visited here Monday.
Mrs. Sarah Dodge returned to her home at Rochester on Friday
Mrs. Bonner of Russell is visiting at the home of John Bonner.
Mrs. Odett and Lanora Ames visited the Broe school last Friday.
Mrs. Wm. Cremin visited in Waukegan Tuesday and Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Hughes of Gurnee visited here one day last week.
Mr. and Mrs. John Hughes of Libertyville were visitors here Wednesday.
Mrs. Emma Hughes of Chicago has been visiting with her mother, Mrs. Spafford.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Humphrey of Waukegan were callers here Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. W. G. McGuire and Jesse Denman visited in Highland Park on Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Edmonds attended the wedding of Miss Bertha Edmonds last Tuesday.
Miss Belle Watson went to Lake Villa on Monday last to take care of her brother Wm. Watson who is ill with pneumonia.
A. H. Stewart has received the news that he has another nephew at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Taylor at Lillie Lake.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Murdock and a party of friends from Zion City called here on decoration day while on their way to Fourth lake.
Mr. and Mrs. Brown of Chicago visited with Mr. Wentworth on Wednesday and Thursday, returning to the city Thursday evening with their son Warren.
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Humphery, of Waukegan, called on relatives here last week.
Rev. and Mrs. Geo. Mitchell, and children, of Fox Lake, visited George Jamison's last Tuesday.
Miss Margaret Watson, of Chicago, is visiting her mother for a week.
Mrs. C. E. Denman visited her mother and sister at Highland Park last Tuesday.
Word was received last Tuesday from Lily Lake that a grandson was born to R. H. Stewart.
Mrs. Sarah Dodge, returned to her home in Rochester last Friday.
C. E. Denman transacted business in Zion City Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Ward Bain, of Racine, visited Mrs. Bain's mother Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Hughes, of Gurnee, were Millburn callers Wednesday.
Miss Hannah Smith visited Mrs. H. D. Hughes at Gurnee recently.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Edmond and Mr. and Mrs. Gerry attended the Edmond-Willoughby wedding in Waukegan last Tuesday.
Mrs. Geo. Strang is visiting her son Eugene in Waukegan.
Wm. And Henry Wedge were Millburn callers last week.
Mr. and Mrs. John Hughes, of Libertyville, called on friends and relatives the past week.
Miss Mabel Adams, of Chicago Lawn, came Thursday returning Sunday accompanied by her grandfather, R. Pantall.
The body of Lloyd Bain, son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bain of Waukegan was interred in the Millburn cemetery Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Strang returned Monday from California where they spent the winter.
The students who attended school in Rochester are home for their summer vacation.
Rev. A. W. Safford and his sister-in-law attended the graduating exercises in Rochester, last week.
Miss Vivian Bonner closed her school last Thursday.
Mrs. Bonner returned to her home in Russell last Wednesday.
Alfred Bain received word Saturday of the death of his nephew in Waukegan.
Mr. and Mrs. John Bonner returned Wednesday from their visit to Nebraska
Miss Margaret White and Olin Cleveland graduated from Rochester academy last week.
Rev. A. W. Safford and Miss Clara Foote attended the graduating exercises in Rochester last week.
Olin Cleveland, Leon Strang and Robert Bonner are home for their summer vacation from Rochester academy.
Mr. and Mrs. David White and Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Strang attended the commencement exercises in Rochester.
The Misses Mabel Bonner, Pearl and Ruby Cleveland, Margaret White and Helen Safford returned from Rochester, Saturday.
Mrs. Tillottson, of Pikeville, is visiting Mrs. C. A. Mathews.
Mr. and Mrs. John Bonner returned last week from their visit to Nebraska and Iowa. They spent a few days with Mrs. Lawrence, of Tabor, Iowa.
Mrs. A. E. Stewart, of Washington, is visiting her daughter, Mrs. C. E. Denman.
Will Strang returned from the north last week.
Mrs. Mary Mavor, of Chicago, visited, several days with her mother and other relatives.
Miss Alice Jamison, of Berwyn, came Saturday returning Sunday to visit the home folks.
Mr. Holmes spent Saturday and Sunday with his family.
Miss C. E. Bater came home Saturday returning to the city Monday evening for two weeks.
Mrs. George Gerrity has been quite sick for several days but is better at present writing.
Ross Stewart, of Chicago, spent several days with his father, A. H. Stewart.
A son of Frank Bain, of Waukegan, formerly of this place was buried Tuesday in the Millburn cemetery. The many relatives of this place attended.
Misses Mabel Bonner, Helen Safford and Robert Bonner and Leon Strang returned from the Rochester Academy Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Strang returned Monday having spent the winter in California.
The Ladies Aid society was well attended last Thursday.
Children's day exercises were well rendered and a very large audience in attendance, the choir had several selections.
Mrs. Safford is expected home this week having spent the past week at Wheaton and was ill while away.
Tuesday was the convention or June meeting of the Congregational churches at Fox Lake only a few attended from here.
Clarence Bonner of Chicago spent Sunday at home.
Miss Lee of Zion City spent Saturday with Miss Ethel McGuire.
Mrs. A. E. Stewart is visiting with her daughter, Mrs. Denman.
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Strang returned from California last Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Odett visited in Milwaukee from Saturday morning till Monday.
Clark Ford of Milwaukee visited from Tuesday till Saturday with his sister, Mrs. Odett.
The C. E. society will give a shadow box social on the church lawn Thursday evening, June 20.
Rev. A. W. Safford and Mrs. J. H. Bonner attended the June meeting at Fox Lake last Tuesday.
Mrs. Giles Harris entertained her mother, Mrs. Bashaw, of Lake Geneva, and her sister, Mrs. Lowe, of Elkhorn, Wis., from Friday till Sunday.
Mr. Wentworth and his friend, Mrs. Cook, of Chicago, came out in their auto Saturday to visit with Mr. and Mrs. Wentworth, returning Sunday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Bonner and Rev. Safford attended the convention at Fox Lake last Tuesday.
Clark Ford, of Milwaukee, visited several days with his sister, Mrs. Marshall Odett.
The Misses Nelson gave a party last Saturday afternoon in honor of their niece, Electa Cunninham who will leave soon for her home in Indiana.
Dr. Jamison and his mother went to the city Monday. Mrs. Jamison left for her son's, Geo. B. Jamison, of Cherry Valley.
Millburn is on the verge of a meat famine. Here it is June 17 and no meat wagon has visited us yet.
Miss Grace Lee, of Zion City, was the guest of Ethel McGuire last Saturday.
Clarence Bonner spent Sunday with the home folks.
Miss Libbie Webb, of Antioch, was in our midst Sunday.
Olin, Pearl and Ruby Cleveland are home from Rochester. Olin was one of the graduates.
Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Holmes are rejoicing over a little grand daughter born at their home last Wednesday, June 12.
John Sharp and Bert Sullivan, of Rogers Park, stopped over night in Millburn on their way to Eagle Lake Saturday.
John Martin house was burned last Friday morning caused by a brooder catching fire.
Ed Martin and Rev. Safford were Chicago visitors the past week.
Miss Wendt, of Wadsworth, has been dress making again in our midst.
Wm. McGuire, and daughter Ethel visited Sunday with Sidney Hook at Grange Hall.
Mr. A. E. Jack is entertaining his niece, Miss Cone.
Curtis Wells of Waukegan spent Sunday at home.
Lloyd White of Waukegan was a Millburn caller Sunday.
The Missionary society will meet Wednesday with Mrs. Strang.
Fred Trotter and some friends of Evanston visited at A. K. Bain's Sunday.
Miss Josephine Bidwell of Gurnee visited last Thursday with Mrs. C. E. Denman.
Victor Strang returned last Wednesday from Beloit where he has been attending school.
Miss Thomas Finley and son of Lake Forest have been here visiting with Mr. and Mrs. James Bonner.
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