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Rev. A. W. Safford is attending a convention in Peoria this week.
Miss Pollock of Chicago spent Sunday with her mother.
Mrs. Safford and sister, Miss Foote, are spending the week in Wheaton, Ill.
Mrs. Geo. Gerrity has been entertaining a lady friend from Chicago the past week.
The Ladies' Aid Society will meet on Thursday, June 4, at the church.
Mrs. Mary Bater and daughter, Carrie are visiting in Taylorville, Ill.
Will Strang, who has been north for some time, returned home last week.
Mrs. John Bonner entertained two lady friends from Chicago over Sunday.
Mrs. Foster has been entertaining her sister, Miss McGinty, from Chicago.
Mr. Richard Pantall accompanied Mrs. Adams to Chicago Sunday for a few days visit.
Several from here attended the memorial services at Warren cemetery last Sunday.
Mrs. Adams and daughter Bae came Saturday for a day's stay with Mrs. R. Pantall.
Mrs. Mavor and daughter of Chicago visited over Sunday with Mrs. Robert Strang.
Mrs. Frank Yule of Somers, Wis, visited last Thursday with her mother, Mrs. Strang.
Mrs. Sarah Tower will entertain the Warren Cemetery society on Wednesday, June 3.
Mrs. Mary Yule entertained her daughter from Chicago a few days during the past week.
The Millburn Ladies Aid society will meet on Thursday, June 4 at the church. Every one welcome.
Miss Carrie Bater and her mother returned from Taylorville Saturday after a ten days visit with relatives.
Rev. and Mrs. Safford also Miss Foote returned home Friday.
Mable Chope and Marjorie Cannon graduated for high school from the Dodge school.
Miss McGinity and Mr. Foster's son visited from Friday until Sunday with Mrs. Foster.
Will Strang returned from northern Wisconsin and while there shot a bear.
Mrs. Mary Yule entertained her daughter from Chicago the past week.
Mrs. Norman Adams and daughter, Bae, of Chicago Lawn, visited a few days with her parents.
Mrs. Mary Bater and Miss Bater returned home Saturday from Taylorville where they have been visiting.
Lloyd White, of Waukegan, spent Sunday with the home folks.
Miss Lillian Watson, of Antioch, was a Millburn caller Saturday.
Bruce Stephens, of Waukegan, spent Sunday with his parents.
Miss Hazel Thain and Lyman visited relatives in Waukegan the fore part of the week.
John A. Strang took a trip to Minnesota last week returning with a carload of cattle.
Mrs. Mary Mavor and daughter, of Chicago, visited the former's mother Friday and Saturday.
The Dodge school closed last Friday. Miss Van Alstine, the teacher, contemplates a trip to the west in the near future.
The Ladies' Aid will meet Thursday. Madames Strang, Nelson and Stephens will serve supper.
The Warren Society met with Mrs. Sarah Towner Wednesday.
Clarence Bonner, of Chicago, spent Sunday with the home folks.
Richard Pantall visited relatives and transacted business in Chicago Monday and Tuesday.
Mr. Pantall returned home last Tuesday.
A. K. Bain was a Chicago visitor Monday.
A. L. Jaeger was home Sunday from Chicago.
Clarence Bonner of Chicago was home over Sunday.
Mrs. David White and daughter Bertha are visiting in Champaign.
Mr. and Mrs. Manzo Webb spent Saturday and Sunday with relatives at Round Lake.
Miss Mabel Anderson of Kansas is here visiting with her grandmother Mrs. George Strang.
Mr. and Mrs. Edd Gillings of Waukegan visited Sunday with their nice, Miss Edith Van Alstime.
Those who served supper at the Ladies Aid Society last Thursday were, Mrs. Nelson, Mrs. J. M. Strang and Mrs. G. B. Stephens.
Rev. A. W. Safford, C. E. Denman, Mrs. J. M. Stang, Mrs. Mary Baten, Mrs. Jeanette and Josephine Matthews attended the June meeting at Rockefeller Tuesday.
Mr. Clarence Bonner of Chicago spent Sunday with his parents.
Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Stewart, Rev. A. W. Safford, Mrs. Josephine and Jeanette Matthews, Mrs. Mary Bater, Mrs. J. M. Strang and C. E. Denman attended conference on Tuesday at Rockefeller.
William Thom of Libertyville was here visiting with his son W. G. Thom last Wednesday and Thursday.
Miss Mabel Anderson of Kansas is here visiting with her grandmother, Mrs. Eliza Strang.
Ethel Ames closed her school last Thursday.
Leon Strang returned from Rochester Sunday.
Bert Trotter of Evanston spent Sunday at A. K. Bain's.
Mr. Foster of Chicago was home for a day's visit Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Stewart spent last Tuesday at Rockefeller.
Carl Hughes of Libertyville was here Sunday visiting with relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. John Bonner left Sunday for a week's visit with friends.
Victor Strang is home from Beloit college for his summer vacation.
George White, Ralph Miller and Robert Bonner returned home Saturday from Rochester.
The C. E. business meeting will be held at the home of E. N. Cannon on Friday evening, June 19.
The Christian Endeavor will give and ice cream social on the church lawn on Thursday, June 18. Everyone cordially invited.
Miss Helen Safford, Miss Ruby Cleveland, Miss Mabel Bonner and Miss Pearl Cleveland graduated from the Rochester academy last Thursday and returned home Saturday.
Rev. and Mrs. A. W. Safford, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Bonner, Miss Clara Foote, Miss Lucy Spafford and Miss Vivian Bonner attended the commencement exercises at Rochester, Wis.
Mrs. Lewis, of Waukegan, is spending a few days with her sisters, the McDougalls.
Louise Gerrity visited a week with her cousins of Gurnee and vicinity.
Henry Wedge, of Waukegan, spent Sunday with his sister, Mrs. J. M. Strang.
Victor Strang returned home for the summer from Beloit, Wis.
Miss Mary Eichanger visited her cousins at Gurnee this week.
There will be a barn raising at Alfred Spafford's Thursday.
Mrs. Chas. Ames and daughter, Ethel, contemplate a trip in the near future to visit Mr. Ames' father.
Children's Day exercises were well rendered. Also a very large display of flowers were sent to Chicago.
The C. E. society will hold a strawberry and ice cream social on the church lawn Thursday of this week.
Bert Trotter visited relatives the past week.
Mr. Foster spent a few days with his family this week.
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. White were Antioch visitors Thursday.
C. E. business meeting will be held at the home of E. N. Cannon Friday, June 19.
Olin Cleveland, of Chicago, visited his parents here Sunday.
The Misses Safford, Bonner, and Ruby and Pearl Cleveland, graduates of Rochester, Wis., returned home Saturday.
Leon Strang, Ralph Miller, Geo. White and Robert Bonner returned home from Rochester Saturday.
A. H. Stewart visited at the home of his son Ross last Thursday.
Earl White of Champaign was home from Thursday till Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Spafford are here visiting with Mrs. M. Spafford.
Mrs. A. K. Bain and daughter Dorothy visited in Evanston for a week.
Mr. and Mrs. John Bonner returned from their visit to Peoria last Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Carlyle Druce of Grayslake were seen on our streets last Tuesday.
Miss Vivien Bonner attended the funeral Sunday of Mrs. Ross Stewart in Chicago.
Miss Clara Foote visited in Bowmanville and Chicago last Thursday and Friday.
Miss Hazel Thain attended the wedding of Miss Margaret Wilcox at Oak Park Tuesday.
Several persons from here attended the funeral of Marshall Odett which took place Sunday.
A large number attended the barn raising last Friday afternoon at Mr. Alford Spafford's.
Mrs. J. H. Hughes of Lake Villa has been here visiting with her daughter Mrs. R. L. Strang.
Mrs. R. L. Wheaton and son Lowry of Wheaton, Ill, are here visiting with Rev. and Mrs. Safford.
Mr. and Mrs. John Spafford of Pikeville attended the barn raising Friday of his nephew Alford Spafford.
Mrs. William Mitchell and children of Waukegan and Mrs. Roy Hughes of Chicago are here visiting with their mother Mrs. M. Spafford.
Mrs. R. L. Wheaton and son, Lowrie, are visiting with Mr. and Mrs. Safford.
Mrs. Richard Pantall went to Chicago Monday for a visit with Mrs. Adams.
The C. E. social last Thursday night was well attended.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Spafford and children are here for a few weeks' visit from the east.
E. A. White was home from Champaign for a few days.
Miss Foote spent Thursday and Friday in Chicago.
Mr. R. L. Wheaton visited over Sunday at Rev. A. W. Saffords.
Miss Margaret White went to DeKalb Monday to take up a six weeks' study.
Mrs. Mitchell of Waukegan is visiting this week with her mother, Mrs. Spafford.
R. L. Hughes of Chicago visited here over Sunday.
Miss Marjorie Cannon entertained the C. E. business meeting last Friday evening.
Miss Vivien Bonner attended the funeral Sunday of Mrs. Ross Stewart.
In the severe electrical storm last Saturday night C. E. Denman's house was struck by lightning which did considerable damage but no one was hurt, and Elmer Cannon's barn was struck but he was very fortunate to not lose any stock.
A. H. Stewart was in Chicago from Thursday till Monday and while there attended the funeral of his daughter-in-law, Mrs. Ross Stewart.
Mr. and Mrs. Dippie, of Chicago, spent Saturday and Sunday, with their daughter, Mrs. G. J. Gerrity.
John Spafford and family, of Pikeville, attended, the barn raising at Spafford's last Friday.
Bert Trotter, of Evanston, spent Sunday with A. K. Bain.
R. L. Hughes, of Chicago, spent Saturday and Sunday with relatives returning home Monday.
Miss Florence Anderson returned home to Gas, Kan., last Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Wheaton and son, of Wheaton, Ill., came Saturday to visit the latter's parents, Rev. Safford. Mr. Wheaton returned home Monday.
Mrs. Richard Pantall left Monday to spend a short time with her daughter, Mrs. Adams, of Chicago Lawn.
Mrs. Roy Hughes returned to the city today having been out here for the past three weeks.
Mrs. W. B. Stewart and Miss Mable Anderson visited a few days at Lake Forest.
Miss Hazel Thain, attended the wedding of Miss Wilcox, of Oak Park, June 16, as bridesmaid.
Mrs. Wm. Mitchell and children are visiting her mother, Mrs. Spafford, for a few weeks.
Arthur Spafford and family came last Thursday to spend some time with the home folks.
Miss Foote spent Thursday and Friday with Chicago friends.
Mrs. A. K. Bain and Dorothy left last Thursday for Evanston and Chicago to spend several days.
Benj. Martin, a lawyer of California; visited a few days with his cousin, Ed Martin.
Lawrence Gail, of Highwood, visited his aunt, Mrs. Webb, recently,
Mrs. J. H. Hughes, of Lake Villa, visited her daughter, Mrs. R. L. Strang, several days the past week.
Chas. Ames and daughter, Ethel, leave Wednesday for Nebraska to visit the former's father, who is quite ill.
Word was received Friday that Ross Stewart's wife died at 9 a. m. A. H. Stewart and Miss Vivian Bonner from here attended the funeral. Mrs. Stewart was buried at Rolling Prairie, Ind.
A. H. Stewart was called to the city Thursday by the sudden illness of his son's wife.
The storm of Saturday night was a severe one and lightning struck a tree near J. A. Thain's house also E. N. Cannon's barn and C. E. Denman's house. No one hurt.
C. E. topic June 28, Foreign Missions. Victor Strang, leader.
The large barn of Mrs. Spafford was raised last Friday afternoon.
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