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A. H. Stewart returned Saturday from his trip to Canada.
Mr. Frank Yule spent Sunday at his home in Somers, Wis.
Mrs. Wright of Evanston is here visiting with Miss Carrie Bater.
Born to Mr. and Mrs. James Armour on Tuesday, Aug. 25, a daughter.
Miss Annie McCredie resumed her school duties Monday at North Chicago.
Mr. and Mrs. W. G. McGuire visited with Mrs. Cutler in Zion last Sunday.
A number of the young people from here went to Ravinia Park on Tuesday last.
William Finley of Lake Forest is here visiting with his uncle, W. A. Bonner.
Mr. and Mrs. Bairstow of Wheaton spent Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. John Bonner.
Mr. and Mrs. Lyburn Stewart and two children returned Sunday to their home in Chicago.
Miss Alice Jamieson is here spending two weeks with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Jamieson.
Mrs. Padgett and daughter Helen returned Friday to her home in Charleston after visiting several weeks with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. James Jamieson.
The Browe school pupils of sixty years ago held their fourth annual reunion at the school grounds Thursday last. This schoolhouse has stood for over seventy years thus making it the oldest school in the county. About 300 people attended this reunion and Roderick Ames, the oldest living teacher, who taught the Browe school over fifty years ago, was the guest of honor. Among the oldest scholars were: Roderick Ames of Rosecrans, Ike Winters and Samuel Miller near Wadsworth. The day was most pleasantly spent and it was decided that the last Thursday in August each year should be set aside for a similar reunion.
A. H. Stewart returned Saturday from his trip to Canada.
Mr. and Mrs. F. Bairstow of Wheaton spent Saturday night at Mr. and Mrs. John Bonners.
R. L. Strang and son Leon were Chicago visitors Saturday.
Miss Hazel Ames of Gurnee visited over Sunday with her cousin Ethel Ames.
Miss Gladys Stewart of Gurnee spent Sunday with Miss Agnes Bonner.
Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Armour are rejoicing over the arrival of a daughter.
Mr. and Mrs. John Trotter and family started Tuesday on a trip north.
Mrs. Axtell of Rochester has been visiting for a week with Mr. and Mrs. Safford.
Miss Cutler returned to her home in Zion City the first of the week.
Mrs. Jas. Jamieson visited for a few days in Chicago last week.
Mr. Harris of Chicago spent Sunday with Mr. Oscar Niehouse.
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. McGuire spent Sunday in Zion City.
Miss Alice Jamieson of Chicago is spending her vacation at home.
Mrs. William White and Mrs. David White have returned from a visit in Michigan.
Mrs. Elizabeth Padgett and daughter returned to their home last Friday.
The Ladies Aid society will meet on Thursday afternoon, September 10 at the church.
Robert Bonner spent Saturday night in Russell.
Mrs. Holmes is entertaining friends from Chicago.
Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Thom spent the week in Libertyville.
Mr. and Mrs. John Trotter and family are visiting in Minnesota.
William Finley returned to his home in Lake Forest on Thursday last.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kennedy and little son spent Sunday in Libertyville.
Mr. and Mrs. Dippie of Chicago are visiting with Mrs. George Gerrity.
Robert Pollock and family are here visiting with Mr. and Mrs. James Pollock.
William Bonner started Sunday for Nebraska where he will visit relatives for a short time.
Mrs. Frank Yule of Somers, Wis., visited over Sunday with her brother, Robert Strang.
Miss Effie Frost of Rochester, Wis, came Friday night to visit with the Misses Margaret and Bertha White.
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Bonner started Friday for Iowa, where they will visit with Mr. Bonner's sister, Mrs. Eusden.
Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Stewart went last Tuesday to visit with Mr. and Mrs. John Stewart at St. Anthony Park, Minnesota.
Mr. and Mrs. W. G. McGuire, Misses Ethel McGuire and Margaret White, William Bonner and Jess Denman spent last Thursday in Lincoln Park.
Miss Lucy Trotter is back from Evanston.
William Bonner has gone west on a visit.
Miss Maud Cleveland, George White, Laura Strang and Clarence Crawford started to school in Rochester this week.
Mr. and Mrs. James Bonner are visiting with Mrs. Eusden in Iowa.
Mr. and Mrs. William Stewart are visiting with John Stewart in St. Paul, Minn.
Miss Marjorie Cannon, Miss Mabel Chope and Mortimer Cannon began school at Gurnee.
Mrs. Marsha Odett of Milwaukee is here visiting with Miss Ethel Ames.
Ea. A. Martin had a lathing bee friend attended.
Arthur Clark and his friend Miss Van Alstine returned from Michigan Sunday.
William Finley of Lake Forest returned to his home last Thursday after a short visit with his uncle W. A. Bonner.
Miss Effie Frost of Rochester is visiting with Miss White.
Marion Tukey, of Berwyn, of Ill., has been visiting at the home of George Jamieson's the past week.
Mr. and Mrs. James Jamieson entertained their son-in-law, Mr. Roberts, of Chicago, this week.
Miss Annie McCredie returns to North Chicago to teach this year.
Miss Maud Cleveland, Leon Strang, Geo. White and Clarence Crawford left Tuesday for Rochester, Wis., to attend the academy this year.
R. M. Pollock and family, of Gilman, Ill., are visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. James Pollock.
Olin Cleveland, of Chicago, spent Sunday with the home folks.
A lathing bee met at Ed Martin's new house Monday night to help lath, about 45 men of the neighborhood, were there and a lot of work was done.
Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Thom and children spent last week at Libertyville and attended the fair. Mr. Thom received some blue ribbons.
Geo. Gerrity and family expect to move to Round Lake this fall.
The barn belonging to Mrs. Watson has been sold and will be moved away.
C. E. topic, Sept. 13, "Commending our Society by Church Attendance," Jesse Denman, leader.
Mrs. Chittenden, Miss Alice Chittenden and Mrs. E. J. Heydecker, of Waukegan, visited the former's daughter, Mrs. Cleveland this week.
B. F. Yule and men started Tuesday to shingle John McCredie barn.
Mrs. Marshall Odett, of Milwaukee, will spend two week's visiting at the home of Chas. Ames and other relatives, she goes from there to West Coventoning, Penn., to spend the winter with her brother.
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Bonner left Friday to visit the former's sister, Mrs. Annie Eusden, of Iowa.
Mr. and Mrs. John Bonner, Mrs. H. B. Tower attended the entertainment the Eastern Star at Waukegan, Thursday night.
Mr. and Mrs. I. L. Holmes entertained company from Chicago this week.
Mrs. Hattie M. Taylor, of Waukegan, is visiting her aunts the McDougalls this week.
Everybody dances next Saturday evening at Amann's hall, Round Lake. Fine music and a good time. Tickets 50c.
F. H. Heddle returned to Somers Saturday and will take a ten days vacation to visit Wyoming and other western states.
Mrs. B. F. Yule, of Somers, Wis., spent Saturday and Sunday with her mother, Mrs. Robt. Strang.
Mrs. J. M. Strang has been quite sick the past week but is some better. Mr. Strang also has the rheumatism.
Mr. and Mrs. Dippie, of Chicago, are visiting their daughter and family, Mrs. Geo. Gerrity for a few weeks.
Mr. and Mrs. W. G. McGuire, Misses Ethel McGuire and Margaret White, W. B. Bonner and J. S. Stewart enjoyed a days outing at Lincoln Park last Thursday.
Miss Mamie Griffin attended the Wisconsin state fair last Thursday.
Charles Humphrey and Eugene Strang of Waukegan spent Sunday here.
Miss Barbara Robertson of Lake Forest visited last week with Mrs. W. G. Thom.
Miss Inez Pollock of Chicago came Sunday to visit with her aunt, Miss Watson.
Miss Ethel McGuire is spending this week with Mrs. H. G. Harris at Elkhart, Wis.
Mrs. J. H. Hughes and daughter, Mrs. Douglas, of Lake Villa visited here last Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. William Knox of Lamb's Corners spent Sunday with their daughter, Mrs. Burge.
Miss Helen Safford departed Monday for Wheaton, Ill., where she will attend Wheaton College.
Simeon Ames is visiting this week with relatives in McBride, Mich.
Mrs. M. Sage of Waukegan spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Yocum.
Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Safford accompanied their daughter Helen to Wheaton Monday, where she is to attend college.
Mr. John Crawford and son Earl were Chicago visitors Monday.
Miss Ethel McGuire visited during the past week with Mrs. Giles Harris at Elkhart, Wis.
Mr. Galloway of Libertyville is painting E. A. Martin's house.
Wm. Weed of Geneva, Wis., spent Sunday with Wm. Chope.
Miss Roberts of Lake Forest visited last week with Mrs. William Thom.
Miss Inez Pollock of Chicago visited here from Sunday till Tuesday.
Miss Griffin took in the Milwaukee Fair last Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Denman went to Lincoln, Ill., Tuesday where they will visit with Mr.. Denman's parents Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Denman.
Jas. Armour lost a valuable cow last Saturday. Death was caused by choking on an apple.
Miss Helen Safford left Monday to attend college at Wheaton, Ill. Mrs. Safford will visit her daughter, Mrs. Wheaton, for several days.
Mr. Galloway, of Libertyville is painting Ed. Martin's new house.
James Armour lost a valuable cow Saturday. The animal choked on an apple.
Mr. and Mrs. Dippel returned to their home in Chicago last Thursday accompanied by Mrs. Elizabeth Tower. Mrs. Tower will spend three weeks with friends in the city.
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Bonner expect to return this week from Iowa where they have been visiting .
Mable Chope, Marjorie Cannon and Mortimer Cannon are attending the Gurnee school.
A. K. Bain and A. O. Nelson, attended the Milwaukee Fair last Thursday.
Miss Roll, of Wadsworth was dressmaking in this vicinity last week.
Wm. McGuire and Mr. and Mrs. W. G. McGuire visited Mr. and Mrs. Sid Hook of Grange Hall vicinity last Sunday.
Miss Inez Pollock returned from New Mexico, Saturday where she has been visiting friends and will visit the home folks until Tuesday, returning to the city.
Mr. A. W. Safford will take a two weeks vacation commencing Monday, Sept. 14. He will visit Rockford; on his return a sister from Pennsylvania whom he has not seen in 32 years will accompany him home.
Simeon Ames left Sunday for a week's visit with his aunt at McBride, Michigan.
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Strang leave Wednesday for Michigan.
Miss Ethel McGuire left Saturday to spend a week with Mr. and Mrs. Giles Harris at Elkhorn and also to attend the Elkhorn Fair.
The county Sunday school convention will be held at Deerfield this month.
Another lathing bee met Monday night to finish lathing Ed. Martin's house.
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Denman will spend a short time visiting Mrs. Denman's parents at Lincoln, Ill.
Miss Barbara Roberts, of Lake Forest, is a guest of Mrs. W. G. Thorn.
C. E. Topic, Sept. 20: "Commending our Society". Mrs. Geo. Jamieson, leader.
Mr. Trotter of Evanton spent Sunday with Mrs. A. K. Bain.
Mrs. David Young entertained relatives from Waukegan Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. John Trotter and family returned last Tuesday night from the north.
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Bonner returned last Tuesday from a visit with Mrs. Eusden in Iowa.
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Denman have been visiting during the past week with relatives in Lincoln, Ill.
Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Stewart returned last Wednesday from North Dakota where they have been visiting with John Stewart.
Miss Ethel McGuire returned Saturday from Elkhorn, Wis. where she visited with Mrs. G. H. Harris and attended the Walworth County Fair.
Peter Strang of Millburn, a farmer well known in the county was overcome by the heat Saturday afternoon of last week and as a result was in a serious condition for a few days. At the present writing he is much better.
Fred Trotter, of Evanston, visited over Sunday with his sister, Mrs. Alfred Bain.
C. E. topic Sept. 27, Home Missions "The Cry of the City." Vivian Bonner, leader.
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Denman were expected home Tuesday night from their visit in Lincoln
Mr. Hailey of the Moody Institute filled the pulpit Sunday.
Mrs. A. W. Safford returned Saturday from a week's visit with her daughter in Wheaton.
E. A. Martin was a Chicago visitor Tuesday.
Mrs. Josephine Matthews is spending a week in Milwaukee.
Mr. and Mrs. John Trotter returned last Tuesday from their visit to the Dakotas.
Victor Strang left Wednesday for Beloit.
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