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Miss Lucie Trotter spent last Thursday in Evanston.
Mrs. Elizabeth Tower has returned from her visit in Grayslake.
Mr. Heddle and Mr. Jensen are still in the neighborhood carpentering.
Mr. and Mrs. David Young entertained relatives from Chicago Sunday.
Clarence Bonner of Chicago spent Thanksgiving with his parents here.
Mr. and Mrs. Bain and Dorothy spent last Thursday with Mrs. Trotter in Evanston.
Mr. Huntley of Chicago spent Thanksgiving with his sister, Mrs. Chas. Matthews.
Mabel and Bae Adams of Chicago Lawn visited with their grandmother the latter part of the week.
Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Jack entertained a niece and nephew from Lake Forest the latter part of the week.
George White, Leon Strang and Maude Cleveland of Rochester were home from Wednesday till Monday.
Miss Clara Foote went to Bowmansville last Friday where she will visit with her nephew, Mr. George Safford, and her niece, Mrs. R. L. Wheaton.
Miss Clara Foote left Friday for a two weeks visit with Geo. Safford and Ralph Wheaton.
Mrs. C. A. Mathews entertained her brother, Mr. Huntley, of Chicago, over Thanksgiving.
Mr. and Mrs. John Bonner entertained the Murrie families also their son, Clarence, of Chicago, Thanksgiving.
Victor Strang has returned to Beloit, Wis., where he attends college.
Miss Maud Cleveland, Leon Strang and Clarence Crawford returned to the academy at Rochester, Wis.
Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Hughes, of Chicago, visited over Thanksgiving with the latter's mother, Mrs. Spafford.
Thanksgiving night the Johnsons, of Chicago, gave a concert at the church and it was well attended.
Mabel and Bae Adams, of Chicago Lawn, spent their vacation with their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Pantall. The latter accompanied them home Sunday.
Misses Clara and Alice Nelson visited over Thanksgiving with friends in Chicago.
Henry Edmonds lost a valuable horse last Wednesday by lightining.
A. H. Stewart visited Thursday and Friday with his children in Chicago.
Miss Annie McCreadie, of North Chicago, spent her vacation with her sister and brother, Miss Ella and Will.
Miss Gladys Stewart, of Gurnee, visited relatives in this vicinity Thursday and Friday.
Mr. and Miss Cone, of Lake Forest, niece and nephew of Mr. Jack, visited from Wednesday until Saturday with them.
Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Thom entertained Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Thom, of Libertyville, and Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Thom and baby of Bristol, Wis., Thanksgiving.
The C. E. society business meeting was held last Friday at the home of Earle Crawford. A fine time was reported.
Mrs. Jeanette Matthews entertained her brother, Mr. Huntly of Chicago, on Thanksgiving day.
Miss Foote is visiting in Chicago and Wheaton.
Victor Strang returned to Beloit, Wis., on Friday last.
Miss Cone and her brother of Lake Forest spent a few days last week with their uncle, Mr. Jack.
The Ladies' Aid Society will hold their annual bazaar and supper in the church on Thursday afternoon and evening, December 19. Oysters will be served in connection with the supper. Ice cream and candy booths will be in charge of the Christian Endeavor society.
Mrs. Richard Pantall is visiting in Chicago.
A. H. Sweet returned Friday from Lily Lake where he spent Thanksgiving with his daughter, Mrs. Ralph Taylor.
Mabel and Bae Adams spent the latter part of last week with their grandmother, Mrs. Pantall.
Gordon Bonner returned from the north on Thursday last.
W. G. Thom spent a few days last week at the fat stock show.
Mr. Saeger is here visiting with his cousin R. H. Edmunds.
Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Strang attended the stock show in Chicago on Thursday last.
Mrs. George Holmes and two children came Monday to visit Mr. and Mrs. I. L. Holmes.
Mrs. Winkler of Chicago visited from Friday until Monday with Mrs. H. B. Tower.
Mrs. J. A. Strang, Ruby Gillings, Edith VanAlstine and Ethel McGuire attended the fat stock show in Chicago Saturday
Mrs. George Duncan and brother Geo. Jamieson visited with relatives in Chicago during the past week and attended the stock show.
H. B. Tower returned last Friday from Iowa
Frank McCarthy spent last Tuesday in Chicago.
J. S. Denman spent last Tuesday night in Highland Park with his uncle.
Mrs. J. A. Thain was a Christmas shopper in Chicago on Wednesday last.
Wm. McGuire and daughter visited in Waukegan Friday and Saturday.
James Gerrity of Round Lake Spent Sunday with Mrs. Horace Tower.
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Bock and children of Canada are visiting at Rochester, Wis., they will soon be in our vicinity.
Mrs. Winkler, of Chicago, was a guest of Mrs. Sarah Tower from Friday until Monday.
Miss Clara Foote returned from her visit Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. I. L. Holmes' daughter-in-law and two children came Monday from Indianapolis, Ind., to remain until after Xmas.
John A. Strang and Will Reilly attended the fat stock show Saturday and Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Thom spent Sunday with Edwin Thom and family at Bristol.
Mrs. J. A. Strang, Misses Ruby Gillings, Edith Van Alstine and Ethel McGuire spent Friday and Saturday in Chicago.
A. K. Bain transacted business in the city last Friday.
Wm. Thom and Alfred Spafford attended the fat stock show Tuesday.
Mrs. C. E. Denman transacted business in Chicago Tuesday.
I. L. Holmes visited in Chicago Sunday and Monday.
C. E. topic Dec. 13 "Books That Delight and Strengthen," Carrie Bater, leader.
Geo. Jamieson and sister, Mrs. Duncan were visiting relatives in the city the past week.
Will Strang is again in our midst.
David Young has his little nephew from Chicago with him for a while.
A. K. Bain and Wm. Bonner were Chicago visitors Monday.
A. L. Jaeger of Chicago spent Saturday and Sunday with his father here.
Miss Hanna Patch of Russell visited Sunday with Miss Edith VanAlstine.
Mrs. Lucette Vose of Gurnee visited last Saturday with Mrs. Charles Mathews.
Miss Foote returned last Tuesday from Wheaton where she has been visiting her niece.
Mrs. Mary Mavor of Chicago spent a few days this week with her mother Mrs. Robert Strang.
Mrs. Helen Buss and son of Rochester came Saturday night to visit a few days with Mrs. Geo. Jamieson.
Mrs. Landis Wakefield of Gurnee visited last Thursday with Mrs. C. E. Denman and Miss Carrie Bater.
Miss Lucy Spafford returned home Saturday from Chicago where she has been visiting with her sister Mrs. Roy Hughes.
Mrs. George Duncan and sister Miss Jessie Jamieson returned Saturday from Chicago where they have been visiting relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. O. A. Nelson, Rev. and Mrs. Safford, Mr. and Mrs. I. L. Holmes took dinner one day last week with Mr. and Mrs. W. J. White it being their wedding anniversary.
There will be special Christmas services next Sunday at the Millburn Congregational church and on Christmas eve the Sunday school will give an entertainment.
A. L. Jaeger of Chicago was out over Sunday.
A. K. Bain was a Christmas shopper in Chicago Monday.
The Sunday School will give a Christmas entertainment in the church on Tuesday night, Dec. 24. Everybody welcome.
Mrs. Mavor of Chicago spent Sunday with her mother, Mrs. Strang.
Mrs. John Buss of Rochester has been visiting with Mrs. Geo. Jamieson.
Mrs. Mary Mavor, of Chicago, visited has mother over Sunday.
Mrs. Helen Dodge Buss and little son, James, of Rochester, Wis., visited her aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Jamieson, the first of the week.
Mrs. Not Vose, of Los Angeles, Cal. spent Saturday with Mrs. C. A. Mathews.
O. A. Nelson and wife, L. L. Nelson and wife, Rev. and Mrs. Safford all dropped in at W. J. White's last Tuesday and took dinner with them and had a jolly good time, recalling their younger days. The White and Holmes being married 32 years and Nelsons 34 years all in December. To say they had a fine time is only half telling it.
The bazaar held by the Ladies Aid, Dec. 10, cleared about $40. The next meeting will be held the second Thursday in the month of January.
A. K. Bain was a Chicago visitor Monday.
Miss Jessie Jamieson and sister, Mrs. Maggie Duncan, returned from Chicago Saturday.
James Pollock transacted business in Belvidere, Monday and Tuesday.
Clarence Bonner spent Sunday with the home folks.
Mr. Sager, of Chicago, is visiting his cousin, Richard Edmonds, for a few weeks.
There will be a Christmas entertainment in the church Christmas eve. Everyone welcome.
C. E. topic, Dec. 20: "Why Was the King Born?'. A Christmas meeting. Rev. A. W. Safford, leader.
James Jamieson is attending federal court in Chicago as juryman.
Richard Pantall is on the sick list this week.
Mr. McGuire and Miss Ethel spent Friday and Saturday with relatives in Waukegan.
Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Tower visited Mr. and Mrs. George Gerrity, of Round Lake, last Saturday. James returned with them and visited among relatives until Wednesday.
Mrs. Robt. Strang's nurse, Mrs. Jenson, returned to her home in Zion City this week.
Ernest Wedge went to the hospital in Waukegan, Wednesday to have an operation performed on his neck. He has had considerable trouble with an abcess.
Rev. A. W. Safford will have a friend and classmate of his fill the pulpit next Sunday. A cordial invitation extended to all.
Mrs. John Wedge is in Waukegan where she can be near her son, Ernest.
Miss Helen Safford, of Wheaton college, Wheaton, Ill., will spend her vacation with her parents.
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Bonner were called to For Hill by the serious illness of Mr. Bonner's brother-in-law, Tyler Gilbert, the first of the week.
Mrs. E. Martin transacted business in Chicago, Monday.
C. E. topic: Foreign Missions, "The new Life of China". Mabel Bonner leader.
Clayton Denman, of Highland Park, spent a week with his cousins, Edwin and Schuyler Denman.
The church society of Millburn will meet in the church Saturday, Dec. 26 at 2:30 p.m. A full attendance is desired.
R. H. Edmonds was a Chicago visitor Sunday.
Mr. James Jamieson has returned from Chicago.
Clarence Bonner of Chicago was home for Christmas.
John Roberts of Chicago spent Xmas with James Jamieson.
Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Hughes of Chicago spent Christmas here.
Miss Helen Safford of Wheaton is home for the Christmas holidays.
Mrs. Norman Adams and daughter Bae are visiting with Mrs. Pantall.
The Masons will install their new officers on Thursday evening, Dec. 31.
Clarence Wedge is entertaining his niece from Waukegan for a few days.
Miss Inez Pollock of Chicago spent Christmas day with relatives.
Mrs. Warner has been visiting for a few days in Antioch with friends.
Miss Annie McCredie came home last Wednesday to spent the holidays.
George Holmes and family of Indianapolis are here spending the holiday.
Mr. and Mrs. John Bonner and family spent Christmas day at Russell.
Rev. A. W. Safford has been entertaining a friend, Rev. Clapp, for a few days.
George White, Leon Strang and Maude Cleveland of Rochester are home for the holidays.
Mrs. George Duncan and daughter will return this week to her home in North Dakota.
Victor and Leon Strang entertained a number of young people at their home on Saturday night.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Gillings and daughter of Waukegan spent Christmas with Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Wells.
Clayton Denman of Highland Park visited from Tuesday till Saturday with his cousin, Edith Denman.
Ernest Wedge, who had an operation performed on his neck last Monday at the Jane McAllister hospital, is getting along nicely and is expected home this week.
Mr. Richard Pantall is very sick with the grip and has been under the doctor's care for nearly a week.
Mr. and Mrs. Padgett and daughter visited from Friday till Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. James Jamieson.
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