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Mr. Weed has gone to California to take up his abode.
Mrs. John Protter and three children started Tuesday to Madison, Lake County, S. D., where they will make their home.
Miss Jamieson of Chicago spent Sunday with Mrs. George Jamieson.
A kitchen shower was given at the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Stewart on Hallowe'en night in honor of Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Martin.
William Weed started last week for California.
Miss Alice Jamieson of Berwyn visited Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Jamieson
Mrs. Norman Adams returned to her home at Chicago Lawn on Wednesday last.
Mrs. John Trotter and children will start Tuesday for their new home at Madison, South Dakota.
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Strang intend to start in about a week for California to spend the winter.
Mrs. Harry Gail, who has been visiting with relatives, returned to her home in Highwood on Saturday last.
Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Martin have returned from their wedding trip in the east and will be at home to their friends after December 1st.
Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Strang and little daughter visited Friday with Mr. and Mrs. Yule at Somers, Wis., it being their thirtieth wedding anniversary.
A kitchen shower took place Saturday night at the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Stewart, in honor of Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Martin; who are about to settle in their new home. The evening proved enjoyable to each one present and many useful pieces of kitchenware were left. The hostesses were: Mrs. W. B. Stewart, Mrs. H. E. Jameson, Mrs. R. L. Strang, and those assisted in serving the refreshments were: Miss Hazel Thain, Miss Vivian Bonner and Vida Jameson.
Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Safford left Wednesday for a week's visit with their son and daughter in Chicago and Wheaton, accompanied by Mr. Safford's two sisters, who will return to their homes soon.
The young people of this vicinity gave a "Kitchen shower", Hallowe'en to Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Martin at the home of W. B. Stewart. Mesdames R. L. Strang, H. E. Jamison and W. B. Stewart entertained the young people to a bountiful repast. Mr. and Mrs. Martin received many useful gifts.
Mr. and Mrs. Del. Douglas and daughters, of Waukegan, visited Saturday and Sunday with the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Archibald McCreadie.
C. E. topic Nov. 8, "Commending our Society". Bertha White, leader.
Be on the lookout for an entertainment at the church Thanksgiving night. Something good in store.
Hallowe'en was very quiet only a few pranks by the small boys.
Miss Laura Brigham returned to her home in Wilmette Sunday.
Mrs. Kidd visited from Thursday until Saturday with friends in Chicago.
Mrs. I. L. Holmes entertained her nephew and wife, of Indiana, several days.
Miss Alice Jamieson, of Berwyn, Ill., spent Saturday and Sunday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Jamieson.
Mr. Cannon transacted business in Chicago, Saturday.
Miss Annie McCreadie, of Waukegan, spent Saturday and Sunday with her brother and sister.
Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Strang and daughter attended the wedding anniversary of Mrs. Jessie Strang Yule, of Somers, Wis., last Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. Safford have returned from Wheaton and Brownsville, where they have been visiting with their children.
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Strang will start Thursday for Pasedena, Cal.
Mr. Safford has been entertaining his two sisters, Mrs. Isbel of Rockford and Mrs. Fury of Pennsylvania for a few weeks.
I. J. White of Waukegan was a caller here Sunday.
Antioch Cash shoe store is headquarters for good shoes.
George Gerrity was home from Round Lake last Tuesday.
Rev. and Mrs. A. W. Safford have been visiting in Chicago and Wheaton since last Wednesday.
Mrs. Josephine Matthews has closed her house and will soon start for Nebraska where she will spend the winter.
Mrs. Isabel of Rockford and Mrs. Fury of Antonia, Penn., have been here visiting with their brother Rev. A. W. Safford for a few weeks.
Lucian Mathews, of Norwich, Vt., spent Wednesday and Thursday with his aunt, Mrs. Chas. Mathews.
Mr. Simpson, county superintendent of schools, visited the Hockaday school last Wednesday.
Edward Martin transacted business in Chicago the first of the week.
A. K. Bain was a Chicago caller Saturday.
Scott LeVoy brought a load of goods by train from Geneva last Wednesday. They will move as soon as H. B. Tower vacates.
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Strang left Thursday for Pasadena, Cal., where they will spend the winter.
Fred Trotter, of Evanston, visited A. K. Bain this week.
Messers. Heddle and Jensen, of Somers, Wis., are shingling W. B. Stewart's house.
Mr. and Mrs. T. Edwards and two children, of Rosecrans, visited Mr. and Mrs. John Chope last Saturday.
C. E. topic: Temperance meeting. "A Study of Temperance Organization," Jesse Denman, leader.
The Ladies' Aid Society decided to hold their bazaar Dec. 10. Each lady will furnish two articles.
Miss Jessie Jemeson of North Dakota is here visiting with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. James Jemeson, enroute to California.
Mrs. Josephine Matthews started Tuesday to Nebraska.
Remember the entertainment at the church on Thanksgiving night.
Simon Ames and sister, Miss Ethel visited with Henry Ames at Taylor Grove recently.
Mrs. George Duncan and Mrs. Libbie Padgett and children are here visiting with Mrs. James Jemeson.
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Strang started last Thurday for Pasedena, Calif., where they are to spent the winter.
Miss Carrie Bates and her mother visited from Saturday till Tuesday with Mrs. Robinson in Kenosha.
Mr. Gerrity moved his household goods to Round Lake last week, Mrs. Gerrity and children went to stay Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Tower moved this week into the William Chope house.
Clarence Bonner was home Sunday from Chicago.
Rev. A. W. Safford returned from Wheaton last Thursday.
George Gerrity moved his family to Round Lake last week.
J. S. Denman attended the S. S. rally at Lake Villa last Sunday.
Mrs. Charles Matthews will soon return to her home north of Millburn.
Miss Mary Eichinger spent part of last week with Mrs. George Gerrity in Round Lake.
Mrs. Elizabeth Tower went last Tuesday to spend the week with Mrs. Kapple at Lake Villa.
Mrs. Sidney Hook and Mrs. Charles Hook of Gurnee spent last Wednesday with Miss Ethel McGuire.
Mrs. May Bater and daughter Carrie visited from Saturday till Tuesday with the Robinsons in Kenosha.
Mrs. Libbie Padgett and daughter of Charleston, Ill., came Saturday to visit with her mother, Mrs. Jamieson.
Miss Jessie Jamieson of North Dakota is here on a visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. James Jamieson. She will go to California from here.
A colored troupe, called the Johnson family, will entertain at the church on Thursday night, Nov. 26, under the auspices of the C. E. society.
Miss Jessie Jamieson and Mrs. Geo. Duncan and daughter, of Fargo, North Dakota, came last week to spend some time with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. James Jamieson.
Geo. Gerrity moved his family to Round Lake last Wednesday. The Millburn creamery is now vacant.
Mrs. Libbie Jamieson Paddgett and little daughter Helen, of Charleston, Ill., are visiting her parents.
Leslie Bonner transacted business in Evanston recently.
Mrs. and Miss Bater visited from Saturday until Tuesday with Mrs. Robinson, of Kenosha.
Clarence Bonner, of Chicago, spent Sunday with the home folks.
Mrs. Elizabeth Tower is visiting Mrs. Ed Kapple, of Grayslake, for a few weeks.
Mr. Safford returned from Wheaton the later part of the week. Mrs. Safford will remain a while longer.
Mr. Foster of Chicago, was out for a few days visiting Mr. Kidd. Mr. Foster has rented the K. L. Smith farm.
Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Tower moved Monday to Mr. Chope's house.
Word was received here recently of the death of Mrs. Wm. Berry, formerly of this place. Mrs. Berry died at the home of her daughter in Washington state.
Mrs. Josephine Mathews left Tuesday of this week for Nebraska where she intends to spend the winter with relatives.
Bruce Stephens, of Waukegan spend Sunday at home.
Don't forget Nov. 26, Thanksgiving night there will be entertainment at the church. Something good.
C. E. topic, Nov.22, "Songs of the Heart", Thanksgiving day meeting, Jeppe Jeppson, leader.
Mr. Jensen has bought the place know as the Peter Duncan place of Fred Trotter. Mr. Jensen rents part of the Farhney farm.
Mrs. Safford returned home Wednesday from Wheaton.
George Danziel of Gurnee was seen on our streets Sunday.
Victor Strang is home from Beloit where he attends college.
W. F. Wentworth of Chicago visited Sunday with R. Pantall.
Miss Hope Robinson returned to her home in Zion City on Wednesday last.
Mrs. Josephine Matthews started last Tuesday for Nebraska where she will spend the winter.
Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Strang of Waukegan visited Saturday with Mrs. Eliza Strang at this place.
Mr. and Mrs. Scott LeVoy and children moved last Thursday into their new home just vacated by H. B. Tower.
Misses Vivien and Mabel Bonner and brother Leslie spent Sunday with Mr. Tyler Gilbert and family at Fort Hill.
A fire started early Sunday morning in a straw stack on the Alford Mead farm south of Millburn. Help was summoned from miles around and they succeeded in saving the buildings, although the straw and long stacks of corn were consumed.
Victor Strang is home from Beloit to spend Thanksgiving with his parents.
Mr. A. H. Stewart went Tuesday to Chicago where he will visit till after Thanksgiving.
Miss Hope Robinson returned to Zion City last Wednesday.
Miss Carrie Bates visited from Saturday till Tuesday with friends in Evanston.
Mrs. A. K. Bain and daughter Dorothy, visited at the home of C. B. Cummings last Wednesday in Waukegan.
Miss Hope Robinson returned to her home in Zion City last week.
Mrs. Wm. Cremin visited several days in Waukegan with Mrs. Charles Humphry.
Miss Bater spent several days in Evanston returning home Monday.
Vivian, Lester and Mabel Bonner spent Sunday with their aunt, Mrs. Gilbert at Fort Hill.
Geo. Anderson, of Lake Forest, was a business caller in this vicinity and visited at Wm. Bonner's.
Mr. and Mrs. Cannon went to Waukegan, Saturday and their horse took sick and died at the Arlington Barn.
E. W. Wentworth, of Chicago, one of the stockholders of the Millburn creamery attended the meeting of the Creamery Co. Saturday night, returning home Sunday.
Miss Agnes Bonner visited relatives in Lake Forest over Sunday.
Victor Strang, of Beloit college, Beloit, Wis., spent Thanksgiving at home.
Mr. and Mrs. Chittenden returned to Waukegan last week to remain over Thanksgiving..
Mr. and Mrs. A. K. Bain transacted business in Chicago last Tuesday.
Mrs. Ed Gerry's mother, Mrs. Campbell, of Kansas, is very ill at present writing.
The Missionary Society will meet with Mrs. C. A. Mathews at Rest Cottage, Wednesday afternoon.
Don't forget the bazaar Dec. 10 at the church.
Miss. Maude Cleveland and Leon Strang, of Rochester academy, Rochester, Wis., returned Wednesday for a short vacation.
Mr. and Mrs. James Pollock left Tuesday of this week to visit over Thanksgiving with their daughter, Mrs. John Fulton, of Waukegan.
C. E. topic Nov. 29, Home Missionary, "The New Life of China." Mabel Bonner leader.
Sunday morning about 5 a. m. the telephone bells rang along the line and the word was that Alfred Meade's barn and contents were burning. It was calm and a heavy fog and the straw stack was a fire and all the corn stalks were burning, but with the prompt response to the cry for help they got it under control and saved the barn.
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