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Will Trotter started Saturday for his home in Minnesota.
Miss Annie McCredie was home from Friday till Sunday.
Miss Vivien Bonner returned Sunday night from Chicago.
Clarence Wedge has moved back onto his mother's place.
R. L. Strang went to Chicago Monday where he will spend some time.
Miss Edith Van Alstine resumed her school tasks Monday morning.
Dan Slaven and family moved Monday to the Williamson farm north of Millburn.
Mr. and Mrs. John Gillings of North Dakota were here visiting relatives last week.
Mr. Wentworth went to Chicago Sunday. He will be back again before settling there.
The Ladies Aid society has been postponed from Thursday, March 5, till Thursday, March 12.
William McGuire and daughter visited last Tuesday and Wednesday with Mrs. Cook at Gurnee.
Mrs. C. E. Denman, who fell and hurt her knee three weeks ago, is slowly getting about the house.
Miss Bater returned home Saturday from Evanston.
Mr. Wentworth went to Chicago Sunday and returned Monday night.
Dan Slaven moved Monday to the Williamson Farm.
R. L. Strang is in Chicago on the jury.
John Chope is moving the big barn from the Wedge farm, down near his house.
Mr. and Mrs. John M. Strang and Mrs. R. L. Strang attended the wedding of their niece, Miss Yule, of Somers, last Wednesday returning home Thursday evening.
Miss C. E. Bater returned home from Evanston last Saturday for a short time.
Will Trotter returned to his home in Minnesota last Saturday having spent two week's in this vicinity visiting relatives.
W. F. Wentworth went to Chicago Sunday and returned Monday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Strang spent Saturday in Antioch transacting business and calling on relatives.
The Missionary Society will meet with Mrs. Mary Bater, Wednesday afternoon.
Miss Nellie McDougall fell and sprained her ankle. Hope she will soon be out.
The C. E. business meeting was held at the home of Geo. Miller, Thursday. March 5.
The Ladies' Aid Society postponed their meeting until one week later. The meeting will be held in the church parlor Thursday, March 12. Supper served by Mrs. C. E. Denman, Miss Foote and Mrs. H. E. Jamieson.
Mr. and Mrs. John Gillings spent several days with their niece, Miss Van Alstine last week and left for Gurnee to visit Fred Gillings.
Miss Edith VanAlstine resumed teaching at the Dodge school Monday of this week.
Miss Alice Nelson is able to be out again.
Jeppie Jepson was a Chicago visitor last Wednesday.
Messrs. Peterson and Lee and Zion City were here last Thursday.
R. L. Strang was home from Friday night till Monday morning.
The Missionary society met last Wednesday with Mrs. Mary Bater.
Miss Florence Anderson of Lake Forest visited here from Friday till Sunday.
Mrs. H. E. Jamieson, Mrs. John Crawford and Mrs. A. K. Bain were Chicago visitors Friday.
John Chope moved the big barn from the Wedge place down to his own place in two days. It reached its destination in nice shape.
Rev. George Mitchell of Oak Park, formerly of Millburn, has accepted a call to a Presbyterian church in Missouri, where he will soon move his family.
Miss Florence Anderson of Lake Forest, spent Saturday and Sunday with her grandmother Mrs. George Strang.
Robert Strang was home from Friday night till Monday.
The C. E. business meeting met on Tuesday night in the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. J. White.
F. W. Wentworth went to Chicago Sunday to visit for a few days.
J. L Koebelin of Waukegan was a caller here last Thursday.
R. L. Strang came home Friday returning to Chicago, Monday.
Miss Marion McDougall spent a few days visiting Mrs. Cremon.
W. F. Wentworth left Sunday for Chicago. When he comes again will finish moving.
Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Thom and Mr. and Mrs. Ed Wells spent the day with Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Thom, of Libertyville, last Wednesday.
Mrs. Mary Yule was a Millburn caller Monday. She has been making her home with her grand-daughter, Mrs. Belle Clark this winter.
The C. E. business meeting was postponed last Thursday on account of the storm and was held Tuesday night of this week at W. J. White's.
C. E. topic, March 15, "The Wise Use of Money," Margaret White, leader.
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Kerr, of Lake Villa, were surprised last Wednesday evening by two sleigh loads of their Millburn friends walking in on them. They took advantage of the good sleighing. It rained before their return, but a good time was reported.
The Ladies' Aid met Thursday afternoon of this week.
Miss C. E. Bater left Monday to spend the week at Russell.
Mrs. James Yule Thom left last week for Nebraska her future home.
Mrs. Pantall went to Chicago Sunday to visit for a few days.
N. LeVoy moved his family here from Waukegan last Friday.
Miss Inez Pollock and friend from Chicago were here Sunday visiting.
Olin Cleveland was a visitor the last of the week at Rochester, Wis.
Mrs. H. B. Tower entertained Mrs. Winkham of Chicago the latter part of the week.
Mrs. Norman Adams and two daughters were here visiting Saturday. They returned home Sunday.
Miss Foote and Mrs. Safford went to Wheaton Friday to visit with Mrs. R. L. Wheaton, Mrs. Safford returning home Saturday night.
The Misses Margaret and Bertha White and Ethel McGuire went Friday to Rochester to attend a basket ball game and returned home Saturday.
Mrs. George Mitchell of Oak Park spent Saturday here with Mr. and Mrs. George Jamieson. Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell and family will move to Missouri this week.
The C. E. Society will give a social at the house of W. R. Stewart on Friday evening, March 17. Supper will be served in European style. Every one come.
The Ladies Aid society meeting was well attended last Thursday considering the roads. Those who served supper were Mrs. C. E. Denman, Miss Clara Foots and Mrs. H. E. Jamieson.
Mrs. Pantall went Sunday to Chicago to visit with Mr. and Mrs. Adams.
Miss Ethel Ames is at home for a week's vacation.
Mrs. Oscar Nielson has been entertaining a friend, Mrs. Chandler from Chicago.
Misses Margaret and Bertha Whyte and Ethel McGuire visited last Friday and Saturday with Mrs. Sarah Dodge in Rochester, Wis.
Mrs. Geo. Mitchell, of Oak Park, visited Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Jamieson.
Olin Cleveland spent the latter part of the week in Rochester.
G. B. Stephens was home from Thursday night until Monday morning. He has been on the U. S. jury for the past two weeks.
Rev. George Mitchell of Oak Park was a caller here last Thursday.
There will be a European social at W. B. Stewart's on Friday evening March 27th, given by the Christian Endeavorers. Everybody come and have a good time.
Miss Lucy Stafford went to Chicago Monday to visit for a few days with her sister, Mrs. Roy Hughes.
John C. Chope moved to Buffen barn from the land that he just recently purchased, to his home place. This is the fourth time this barn has been moved in 50 years.
Ernest Shepardson and family have returned from their visit, to Pennsylvania and are living on the John Rowllin farm.
Rev. Geo Mitchell, of Oak Park, was a Millburn caller Thursday.
Mrs. J. M. Strang has been suffering several days with neuralgia.
Mrs. A. W. Safford and Miss Foote visited with the former's daughter at Wheaton. Mrs. Safford returned home Saturday.
L. Levoy and family moved the past week from Waukegan to Wm. Chope's house north of town.
Mrs. Winkle, of Chicago, was the guest of Mrs. H. B. Tower from Friday until Monday.
Mr. Slaven moved last week to the farm occupied by Christenson.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Thom visited Edwin Thom, of Bristol, Wis. last Thursday.
Mrs. Chandler, of Chicago, spent Saturday and Sunday with Mrs. Wirhaus.
Mrs. Jessie Mitchell visited Saturday with her parents.
Mable and Bae Adams came Friday for a few days visit with their grandparents.
Eleta Cunningham of Indiana, is visiting her aunt, Mrs. O. A. Nelson, and will attend school while here.
Clarence Wedge has moved back to the home place. His mother of Waukegan, is with them at present.
Misses Ethel McGuire, Margaret and Bertha White spent Saturday at Rochester, Wis. The guests of Mrs. Sarah Dodge.
Olin Cleveland spent Friday and Saturday at Rochester, Wis. And took part in the basket ball game with the class of 1907.
Tom Irving had the misfortune to fall on the buzz saw last Wednesday and cut his elbow. It is a very bad cut. He is staying at John Trotter's.
Norman Adams and daughters accompanied by Mrs. Pantall returned to their home in Chicago Lawn Sunday.
Miss Inez Pollock and friend, of Chicago, spent Sunday with her mother.
Rev. Geo. Mitchell and family, of Oak Park, formerly of this place, leave this week for Missouri near Kansas City to take charge of a Presbyterian church there.
Miss Ethel Ames, teacher of the Browe school has a vacation this week.
R. L. Strang and Geo. Stephen are attending U. S. court in Chicago this week.
C. E. topic Mar. 22, "The Wise Use of Influence," Ralph Miller, leader.
The C. E. society will give a social at the home of W. B. Stewart, Friday, Mar. 27. Supper served in European style. Old and young cordially invited.
Mr. Junge of the Forest Glen Creamery Co. will be at their Millburn creamery Saturday at 1 p. m., March 21 to contract for milk. Everybody come.
A. L. Jaeger of Chicago, spent Sunday here.
Victor Strang came home Friday from Beloit.
Mrs. Pantall returned from Chicago last Thursday.
Lucy Spafford returned Sunday night from her visit in Chicago.
Remember the social at W. B. Stewart's on Friday evening, March 27.
Mrs. Dodge of Rochester, is here visiting with her brother, David White.
John McGuire of Antioch, is here visiting with his brother, William McGuire.
Miss Hannah Patch of Rossell, was here Sunday visiting with Miss Van Alstyne.
Miss Lucy Trotter of Evanston, spent Sunday with her sister, Mrs. A. K. Bain.
Dr. Jamieson, R. L. Strang and A. K. Bain were Chicago passengers Monday.
C. E. Bonner of Chicago, visited over Sunday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Bonner.
Rev. A. W. Safford will exchange pulpits on Sunday, March 29, with Rev. McNamer of Antioch.
Vera Worden of Rochester, Wis., has been here visiting with Margaret and Bertha White.
Leon Strang, George White, Robert Bonner, Ralph Miller, Helen Safford, Mabel Bonner and Pearl and Ruby Cleveland are home for their spring vacation.
Victor Strang of Beloit and Leon Strang of Rochester are at home for ten days vacation.
Clarence Bonner was home over Sunday.
The young people are home from Rochester for their spring vacation.
The Ladies Aid Society will meet at the church on Thursday afternoon, April 2, 1908. Everyone invited to supper.
Mrs. Sarah Dodge and Miss Vera Worden of Rochester, Wis., have been here for a visit.
Lucy Stafford returned home Sunday after a weeks visit to Chicago.
J. McGuire of Antioch visited the past week with relatives.
Mr. Wood was a visitor at Lake Corners last Tuesday.
R. L Strang was home from the U. S. jury over Sunday.
A. K. Bain and Dr. Jamieson were in Chicago Monday.
Mrs. A. W. Stafford and daughter Helen spent Tuesday and Wednesday in Chicago and Wheaton.
Mr. Wilcox, of Libertyville, was the guest of Dr. and Mrs. Jamison, Saturday and Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Gerrity gave a progressive euchre party last Tuesday, seven tables were played. Prizes won, first gent, Wm. Thom; first lady, Miss Ethel McGuire; second gent, Joe Eichanger; second lady, Mrs. Ed Wells.
R. L. Strang, Ed Martin, Dr. Jamison and A. K. Bain transacted business in Chicago, Monday.
Mrs. Geo. Jamison is on the sick list.
Mrs. Mary Yule moved back to her home Friday and will stay for the summer.
The Ladies' Aid Society will hold their regular monthly meeting Thursday, April 2nd.
C. E. topic, March 29, Home Missions: Progress in the Philippines. Mabel Bonner, leader.
The C. E., Society will give a European Social at the home of W. B. Stewart, Friday, March 27. Everyone come.
Miss Lucy Trotter of Evanston, visited her sister, Mrs. A. K. Bain.
The students of Rochester Academy, Rochester, Wis., came home Friday for a ten days vacation.
Mrs. W. J. White visited her son, Lloyd and other relatives in Waukegan last week.
Victor Strang, of Beloit College, Beloit, Wis., is home for a ten days vacation.
Ed Dodge, of Rochester called on Millburn friends the past week.
Mrs. R. Pantall and Miss Foote returned from Chicago, Wednesday.
Adolph Jaeger, of Chicago, visited his father, and sister, Sunday.
John McGuire was the guest of his brother, William, this week.
Mrs. Smith, of Chicago, visited Tuesday and Wednesday with her brother, Dave Young, returning accompanied by her little son, Gilbert, who has been out sometime with his uncle.
Miss Lucy Spafford returned home Sunday having spent a week with her sister, Mrs. R. L. Hughes, of Englewood.
Mrs. Sarah Dodge and niece, Miss Vera Worden, of Rochester, spent Saturday and Sunday with relatives and David White. They contemplate a trip to Canada in the near future.
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