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April, 1912

Antioch News11 April 1912
Leon Strang of Urbana is home for a short vacation.

Mrs. Mary Bater is improving from her long illness.

Missionary study class met with Mrs. George Jamieson Wednesday.

Earl White of Madison, Wis., spent several days with the home folks.

Mrs. Josephine Mathews was called to Rochester, Minn., last week to stay with her aunt.

Miss Hellen Safford returned to Wheaton last Tuesday to remain until school closes.

Henry Edmonds returned last week from Denver where he has spent several months with relatives.

Miss Libbie Paddgett of Charleston visited several weeks here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. James Jamieson.

Miss Ruby Hughes, teacher in a college at Mishawaka, Ind., spent part of her vacation with her brother Alex Hughes.

Antioch News18 April 1912
D. M. White transacted business in Chicago Wednesday.

Miss Clara Foote has gone to Wheaton to remain some weeks.

Miss Alice Jamieson of Chicago spent Sunday with the home folks.

Newton Levoy and family will move to Kansasville, Wis., this week.

A. K. Bain, Mrs. J. H. Bonner and L. S. Bonner were Chicago visitors Thursday.

A leap year basket social will be held at the church Friday evening, April 19. Boys, bring baskets.

On Saturday evening, April 27, the Dixie Jubilee singers will be at Millburn. The last of the course.

Rev. A. W. Safford is attending the Minister's convention held at the Union Park Congregational church Chicago.

James Anderson, the county surveyor of Lake Forest, surveyed the Millburn cemetery Monday. The work of fixing the cemetery will soon commence.

Antioch News25 April 1912
D. M. White lost a colt the past week with lockjaw.

Olin Cleveland of Chicago visited his parents here Sunday.

Robert Bonner of Winthrop Harbor visited his parents here Sunday.

Miss Pollock of Chicago visited Saturday and Sunday with the home folks.

Mrs. Sarah Dodge of Canada is visiting her brother and other relatives here.

The Ladies' Aid society will meet Thursday, May 2, in the church parlor. Supper will be served.

The Dodge school elected John Chope for director for the full term and John Bonner to fill a resignation term.

Mr. and Mrs. Richard Pantall returned home Sunday from Chicago Lawn where they have been for the winter.

Mrs. J. A. Strang attended the funeral of her sister, Mrs. Elizabeth Getham of Wards Corners. She died in North Dakota.

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