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September, 1909

from the pages of the Waukegan Daily Sun 18 September 1909
Miss Helen Safford left Monday for Wheaton College, Wheaton, Ill., accompanied by Rev. and Mrs. Safford as far as Chicago, where they will visit a few days.

Mrs. Dennison died Monday at her home near the Jones school house vicinity.

Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Strang went to Chicago Tuesday for another operation on Mrs. Strang's face.

Mrs. Norman Adams returned home to Chicago Lawn. Her father, R. Pantall is getting along nicely.

Mrs. John Rose is still seriously ill. Relatives and friends take turn about taking care of her.

Mrs. J. A. Strang and Miss Van Alstine transacted business in Chicago last Wednesday.

Frank Hauser left last week for Washington State.

F. D. Foster had to kill a horse which had it's leg broken by a kick from another horse.

Mrs. C. A. Mathews returned home from Chicago Lawn Saturday, accompanied by Mabel Adams.

Mr. and Mrs. Pember, of Ohio, are visiting the latter's father, A. H. Stewart.

The officers of the church society formed a bee and are hauling gravel and cinders to lay a cement walk around the parsonage. The Ladies' Aid will help paint the parsonage this fall. A much needed improvement.

We understand that C. A. Nelson is looking around to find a farm to buy. We hope they can get one in this vicinity and stay among us.

Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Cannon attended the Woodstock fair and visited friends Thursday and Friday of last week.

from the pages of the Waukegan Daily Sun 25 September 1909
Miss Carrie Bater returned from Evanston Tuesday morning, having been gone the past two weeks.

Wm. Wandell, of Waukegan, passed through here Tuesday in his automobile.

The Missionary Society will hold a thanks offering tea at the home of Miss Nellie Dougall at the Oaks, Wednesday, Sept. 29 in the afternoon.

Mr. and Mrs. Lyburn Stewart and children are visiting a few weeks with their father, A. H. Stewart. Lyburn came out Saturday and returned Sunday.

Mrs. Turkey and daughter, of Berwyn, Ill., spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Jamison.

C. E. Denman hauled a car load of cement to build a barn.

Chris Sorensen is quite sick with typhoid fever.

Miss Mary Eichanger has been visiting in Chicago for a week with relatives and friends.

Geo. Jamison moved the ice house he purchased from the Creamery Co. last Saturday to his place alongside his shop.

Mrs. C. A. Mathews is entertaining company from Kenosha.

We are glad to note that R. Pantall is able to be out again.

Mrs. Denman entertained Mrs. Voos, of Austin, and Miss Voos and Miss Kraeckman, of Chicago, from Saturday until Monday.

Chancy Cummings, of Waukegan, was a business caller last week.

Henry Wedge, of Waukegan, called on relatives Sunday.

C. E. Topic: Sept. 26; How Missionaries Win Souls for Christ. Ralph Miller, leader.

Mrs. Graves, of Wadsworth, was buried in Millburn cemetery last Friday.

The following attended the Milwaukee fair last week: Miss Ethel Ames, Frank McCarthy, Spencer, Ernie and Curtis Wells and Miss Tessie and Ed Cunningham, Lucy and Alfred Spafford, Mr. and Mrs. Miller and Wm. Beck.

Mrs. John Rose died last Friday morning at 1:30. Mrs. Rose had been sick for a long time. She leaves beside her husband, a host of friends and relatives to mourn her loss. Funeral Sunday at Millburn cemetery. This vicinity extends sympathies.

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