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Many attended the Missionary Thank Offering Wednesday.
Miss E. Cunningham of Chicago is the guest of O. A. Nelsons.
Miss Una Minto entertained company from Wisconsin the past week.
Rain, rain, a most welcome rain visited this vicinity Monday night.
Mrs. Harry Gail of Highland Park, visited her sister Mrs. M. Webb.
Freddie Humpfner of Chicago is visiting S. Denman for a few weeks.
Mr. Finch of Joliet spent Wednesday and Thursday with W. G. Thom.
Relatives of Mrs. R. H. Edmonds returned to their home in Chicago Monday.
Mrs. Tukey and Mrs. Geo. Jamieson left Monday to visit Mrs. Helen Buss of Rochester, Wis.
Mr. and Mrs. Bradford Tukey and daughter of Berwyn, Ill., is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Jamieson.
Alex Thom and daughter Mable of Nebraska visited several days with the former's nephew W. G. Thom.
Many from here attended the Antioch Township Sunday School Convention held at Lake Villa Sunday.
Mrs. A. K . Bain and daughter Miss Dorothy and Miss Carrie Irving left on Tuesday for Madison, South Dakota to visit John Trotter and family.
Miss Bater is at Evanston for a week.
Miss Lewis is visiting Mrs. Bater this week.
Wm. Thom visited his parents at Libertyville Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Safford visited friends and relatives at Oak Park.
Mrs. Laura Brigham is visiting her aunt, Mrs. Richard Pantall.
Mrs. Tillotson is visiting relatives at Champaign, Ill., and LaGrange.
Mrs. Sam Larson is seriously ill at the home of her parents, R. Edmonds.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Mitchell and children of Waukegan spent over Sunday at Spafford's.
The Millburn Sunday School will give a picnic this month. Watch for date and place next week.
The C. E. business meeting will be held Friday evening at the home of Miss Bertha Crawford.
The Millburn church people will paint the church this fall. All who wish to donate to the cause will be thankfully received.
Earl White of Madison, Wis., is home for a vacation.
Mrs. Turkey returned here on Friday from Rochester, Wis.
Mrs. Bertha Larson is recovering from her serious illness.
Miss Maud Cleveland spent a few days in Chicago this week.
Misses Alice and Vinnie Jamieson are visiting their parents this week.
Miss Margaret White is spending this week with Miss Effie Frost at Rochester, Wis.
Chas. Ames is in a Chicago hospital where he had an operation last week. He is getting along nicely.
A few friends of Harris Thom surprised him on his eleventh birthday, on Saturday by taking supper with him.
A. K. Bain visited friends in Waukegan Sunday.
Chas. Ames returned home from Chicago Wednesday.
J. H. Bonner and family entertained friends from Chicago last week.
Wm. Marsells, who spent the summer at Wm. Thom's has left for Portland, Oregon.
Misses Josephine and Annie Dodge and friend Miss Brenton will leave for Peoria, Ill.
Miss Ruby Gillings won the piano and Miss Ida Strang the watch in the voting contest for the Gazette.
Freddie and Elsie Heumffner returned to their home in Chicago.
Many from this vicinity attended teacher's institute this week.
Mrs. Edmund Gerry has moved back to her old home from Gary, Ind.
Dr. Jamison and Miss Vida transacted business in Chicago Thursday.
Mrs. Horace Gerry and son of Waukegan, was a Millburn visitor last week.
Miss Pearl Cleveland spent several days with friends at Ingleside and Fox Lake.
Rev. Balcoff of Columbus Junction visited Mr. and Mrs. J. Dawson and family.
Mrs. Geo. Jameson and Miss Alice spent a few days with Mrs. John Russ at Rochester, Wis.
Mrs. C. E. Denman and son Schuyler visited from Saturday until Wednesday with friends in Chicago.
Messrs. Geo. Miller, Elmer Pollock and Nick Lukin made a business trip to Peoria, Illinois, Thursday.
Mrs. Eugene Clark and the Misses Nellie and Emma McDougall are visiting their brother at Highland Park.
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