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Mrs. Winkler of Chicago, is spending a week with Mrs. H. B. Tower.
Mrs. Clark, of Michigan, is visiting her son, Eugene Clark.
Miss Alice Jameison, of Berwyn, visited over Sunday with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Jameison.
Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Wentworth and grandson, Warren Brown, were called to Chicago Monday by the illness of their daughter, Mrs. Brown.
Mrs. John Bonner arrived home from Peoria, Saturday accompanied by her son, Clarence, of Chicago, to spend Sunday with the home folks.
Lester Mitchell, of Waukegan, is visiting for a few weeks with his grandmother, Mrs. Spafford.
Mr. and Mrs. Edward C. Voos, of Chicago, just recently married are on their wedding trip for a week at C. E. Denman's
The Sunday school convention was well attended, Waukegan, Highland Park, Deerfield, Gurnee, Antioch and Libertyville were well represented.
Mr. and Mrs. F. D. Everett, Judge Hibbard, Mrs. Underwood, C. H. Warren and Major Vail, of Highland Park, attended the convention.
Rev. Lawler, wife, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Thom, Sr., and Mrs. Hughes were among the Libertyville attendance at the convention.
Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Mayer and Mrs. Hole, of Deerfield and Mrs. May Munro, Mrs. Leach, Rev. Zeran and wife, of Gurnee, Rev. Geo. McGinnis, Dr. J. F. Roemer, L. J. Yager and Mrs. Yager, of Waukegan.
Mrs. Tyler Gilbert, of Round Lake, attended the convention and visited her brother and sister, Mr. and Miss Bonner.
Miss C. E. Bater returned home Wednesday accompanied by her friend, Mrs. Wright and son, of Evanston, who attended the convention.
The Ladies' Aid Society will meet in the church parlor Nov. 7. Picnic supper. A large attendance requested to talk up supper and sale in December. Be sure and come and bring something for supper, Nov. 7.
C. Bonner was home from Saturday till Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Voos of Chicago are visiting with Mrs. C. E. Denman.
The church has been presented with a communion table by Mr. Pratt and Mrs. Charles of Evanston and Mrs. A. W. Safford, and Mrs. Bater, of Millburn.
Mrs. Bonner returned from Peoria, last Saturday.
Miss Alice Jamieson was home over Sunday.
The Ladies aid will meet at the church on Thursday, Nov. 7, a picnic supper will be served. At this meeting the ladies will decide on the date for their annual sale and supper.
The Missionary society met on Wednesday afternoon, October 30, with Mrs. Mary Bater.
Mrs. Robert Strang who has been so poorly the past months, is reported to be quite comfortable.
Mrs. David White of Loon Lake has been on the sick list the past week.
Mr. and Mrs. Wentworth are in Chicago visiting with Mrs. Brown who is quite ill.
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Denman visited on Sunday in Ravenswood.
Mrs. Safford and Miss Foote visited last Thursday and Friday in Chicago.
Mr. and Mrs. Slocum of Waukegan visited Sunday with R. H. Edwards
Mr. Weed moved this week into the William Chope house south of Millburn.
Mrs. James Thom and little son are visiting with Mr. and Mrs. Yule in Somers, Wis.
Mr. and Mrs. Dippie of Chicago visited Saturday and Sunday with Mrs. George Gerrity.
Mrs. Winkler, who has been visiting with Mrs. H. B. Thom, returned to her home in Chicago Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Voos of Chicago visited last week with Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Denman and Mr. and Mrs. W. G. McGuire.
Mr. and Mrs. Bairstow and daughters Dorothy and Irene of Wheaton visited Friday and Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. John Bonner.
At the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Thain on Hollowe'en night about thirty-six ghosts were entertained in honor of Mrs. Gussie Hughes, whose birthday falls on that day. The guests were ushered into the rooms where, in accordance with the usual custom of such affairs, everything was shrowded in darkness with the exception of light shed by Jack-o-lanterns. A number of appropriate games were played till the hostess, Miss Hazel Thain, took the guests to the kitchen where everyone enjoyed themselves by pulling taffy, after this was finished they were seated on the floor in the sitting room where sandwiches, doughnuts and coffee were served. Soon after twelve the party dispersed each one voting that they had spent a pleasant evening.
Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Stewart, Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Strang, Misses Hazel Thain and Vivien Bonner, Leslie Bonner and Gordon Bonner attended the football game at Lake Forest Saturday.
There was a Hallowe'en party at Miss Hazel Thain's last Thursday night.
Mr. and Mrs. Dippie of Chicago, were visitors here Saturday and Sunday.
Mrs. Winkler returned to Chicago last Saturday.
Miss Mary Eichinger has gone to with her aunt in Magnolia.
Mr. and Mrs. Voos returned to Chicago on Saturday last.
Mr. Ray, of Chicago, spent last Saturday with G. H. Harris.
The C. E. Business meeting will be at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Minto on Friday night Nov. 8.
Mr. and Mrs. Bairstow and children of Wheaton visited last Friday and part of Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. John Bonner.
Miss Foote and Mrs. A. W. Safford visited Thursday and Friday in Chicago.
Robt. Strang, of Gurnee, and Mr. Ryder were Millburn business callers last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Bairstow and daughter, of Wheaton, are spending a few days with John Bonner and calling on friends.
Miss Mary Eichanger left Monday for Magnolia to visit some time with relatives of that vicinity.
Mr. and Mrs. George Gerrity gave a birthday party for the twins sixth birthday Louisa and James, Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Voos returned to their home in Chicago, Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. Dippie, of Chicago, spent Saturday and Sunday with their daughter, Mrs. Geo. Gerrity.
Mrs. Winkler returned to the city Saturday having spent sometime with Mr. and Mrs. Tower.
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Denman spent Sunday in Chicago and Ravenwood.
Miss Vivian and Leslie Bonner and Miss Hazel Thain attended the foot ball game at Lake Forest, Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. A. K. Bain were in Chicago, Wednesday and Thursday transacting business.
Mr. McGuire and daughter, Ethel visited Sunday with Mrs. Esty at Lambs' Corners.
Miss Hazel Thain gave a Hallowe'en party Thursday, Oct. 31. The guests appeared as ghosts and a jolly good time was had by all as Miss Hazel is a royal entertainer.
The Ladies Aid Society met this week Thursday in the church parlors.
Miss Foote left Tuesday for Wheaton to visit her niece, Mrs. Ralph Wheaton.
James Thom left Thursday for Washington state and his wife and son have gone to her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Yule, of Somers, to remain a while. Perhaps James will locate there. We are sorry to lose them.
The C. E. society will hold their regular monthly business meeting Friday, Nov. 8 at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Minto.
Lon Strang is home for a week's visit from Rochester academy.
Miss Inez Pollock, of Chicago, visited with her mother Sunday.
Mr. Jayer, who bought the Harris farm at Dodge's Corners, was out Sunday and will take possession the latter part of this week.
Mrs. W. F. Wentworth returned from the city Saturday having spent nearly two weeks with her daughter, Mrs. Brown.
Mesdames R. L. and J. M. Strang were Chicago visitors Friday.
Miss Bater spent a few days with Mrs. Oliver, of Russell, last week.
Bairstows, of Waukegan, were doing work in Millburn cemetery this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Jamison and daughter, Vida, also Mrs. Thain and Hazel were Chicago visitors the past week.
Richard Trotter called on relatives the past week.
Simeon Ames visited relatives at Pleasant Prairie Sunday.
Giles Harris will soon move to Woodstock or that vicinity.
Millburn is planning to have some kind of an entertainment for Thanksgiving at the church. Look for the announcement.
The Ladies Aid will hold their annual sale and supper, Dec. 5.
Frank Slavin had the misfortune to have his hand crushed in a corn shredder this week.
Miss Clara Foote spent two days last week in Chicago.
Mr. and Mrs. Cannon were Chicago visitors Saturday.
Mr. Jaeger of Chicago spent Sunday with G. H. Harris.
Mr. Carlyle Druce of Grayslake was seen on our streets Sunday in his auto.
Miss Minnie Peterson spent last Saturday afternoon and Sunday at home.
William Thom of Libertyville was a visitor here the middle of the week.
Dr. and Mrs. Jameson and daughter Vida were Chicago shoppers Saturday last.
Clarence Bonner and a friend of Chicago spent Sunday with Mr. Bonner and family.
Miss Inez Pollock of Chicago came out Saturday to spend Sunday with her grandmother, Mrs. Watson.
Miss Florence Anderson of Lake Forest visited from Friday till Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Stewart and other relatives.
Miss Annie McCredie was home from Friday till Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Giles Harris and son moved Friday to Richmond, McHenry Co., where they will make their home.
A. L. Jaeger is expected to take possession of the G. H. Harris place soon.
Charles Ames went Sunday to Pleasant Prairie where he will spend a few days.
Simeen Ames, Guy McGuire and Jess Denman made the trip to Richmond last Friday, moving the household goods of Giles Harris.
Miss Lucy Trotter left last Friday for Evanston to stay some time.
Miss C. E. Bater has gone to Evanston for a week or more.
Mrs. Geo. Strang is visiting her son in Waukegan this week.
Giles Harris and family left Friday for their new home in Richmond, McHenry Co., Ill.
Mr. Jayer, of Chicago, with his father and sister have taken possession of their new home recently purchased of G. W. Harris.
O. A. Nelson spent several days in Chicago recently.
Rev. A. W. Safford was a Chicago visitor Monday and his sister of Rockford returned with him to visit for several days.
Simeon Ames, Guy McGuire and Jess Denman moved Mr. Harris last Friday to Richmond returning home Saturday.
Mr. Fagan and Wm. Thom, Jr., were Chicago visitors this week.
Mrs. R. Pantall is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Adams, of Chicago Lawn, for a few days.
Mrs. Jospephine Mathews is visiting friends at Rosecrans this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Gonyo, of Waukegan, have been visiting the grand-daughter, Mrs. Mabel Young.
Scott LeVoy, formerly of Millburn, now of Wadsworth left Tuesday for Genoa, Ill., to take charge of a creamery.
The students of Rochester will be home next Wednesday for a short vacation.
James Pollock has decided to retire from active business about Dec. 1st. His warehouse will be let to Bartlett Bros.
The Ladies' Aid Society will hold their annual sale Thursday evening, Dec. 5th.
Nov. 28, Thanksgiving night there will be an entertainment at the church, Miss Bergman, of Chicago, an elocutionist, will be the attraction and good music by home talent.
Rev. A. W. Safford is entertaining his sister from Rockford.
A. L. Jaeger of Chicago, moved into the Harris house last Tuesday.
Mrs. H. B. Tower visited in Chicago from Saturday till Monday.
Mrs. Pantall has been visiting with Mrs. Adams in Chicago for a few days.
The Peterson ditching machine passed through here last Tuesday on its way to drain a swamp south of here.
Mrs. John Buss and little son of Rochester, Wis., were here from Thursday till Monday visiting with Mrs. George Jamieson.
Mr. and Mrs. Will Tower of Chicago, visited a few days last week with Mrs. Elizabeth Tower and Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Tower.
Mr. Herman Shaw, father of Mrs. David Young and Mrs. Peter Duncan, died at his home near Wadsworth on Friday night, Nov. 22.
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