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June, 1912

Antioch News6 June 1912
A. K. Bain was a Chicago visitor the past week.

Mr. and Mrs. Cremins spent the past week in Chicago.

Mrs. Cummings of Waukegan attended the funeral of Mrs. Heddle.

Miss Inez Pollock of Chicago spent Sunday with the home folks.

Dave Young and family spent a few days with relatives in Evanston.

The W. C. T. U. will meet with Mrs. Menzo Webb Wednesday, June 12.

Miss Alice Jamison of Chicago spent over Sunday with her parents here.

Mrs. Heddle of Somers, Wis., was buried in the Millburn cemetery last Friday.

James Thom and son Frank of Nebraska, spent a few days with W. G. Thom and family.

The Millburn Ladies Aid society will meet in the church, Thursday June 13. Supper will be served.

Antioch News13 June 1912
A. K. Bain will have ice cream every Saturday.

Mrs. Mathews and Miss Watson were Waukegan visitors Thursday.

Mrs. Harris of Peoria, spent a few days with her daughter here.

Mr. and Mrs. A. K. Bain entertained relatives from Russell Sunday.

Mrs. M. Spafford is spending a week with her daughter at Waukegan.

Leon Strang returned home from Urbana for a vacation this week.

Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Denman attend church and visited the home folks.

Mrs. Mann of Chicago and Mrs. W. Bain of Racine, visited their mother here the past week.

The Masons of Antioch Lodge No. 127 entertained several other lodges of Lake county Thursday.

Rev. and Mrs. A. W. Safford attended the graduation of their daughter Miss Helen, at Wheaton, Ill., this week.


Party at The Watson Home Turns Out to Be a Wedding.
A wedding that was a complete surprise to all, with the exception of the parents of the contracting parties took place at the home of the bride's parents Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Watson on Saturday evening, June 15, when their daughter Lillie Pearl became the bride of Lloyd J. White. Only the immediate relatives and a few intimate friends from Waukegan were present and even those, having received invitations to a party, were kept in ignorance of the real nature of the gathering until just at 7:30 o'clock when the bride and groom stepped into the parlor, and Rev. Chidister pastor of the Presbyterian church at Waukegan stepped forward and proceeded with the wedding ceremony, after which the guests were ushered into the dining room where covers were laid for fifteen and a sumptuous wedding feast was served, the decorations consisting entirely of roses.
The bride was beautifully gowned in a dress of cream colored imported voile over white messelain and carried a boquet of bride's roses. She is the only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Watson and is a populor young lady in the circles of Antioch which is counted as her home, and also in Waukegan where she has been actively engaged in educational work for the past three years.
The groom is the eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. White of Millburn and is numbered among Waukegan's most energetic young business men, being one of the partners in the undertaking firm of Tobin & White. At the conclusion of her remaining week of school duties Mr. and Mrs. White will take an extended wedding trip. Upon their return they will begin housekeeping on West street, Waukegan, where they will be at home to their many friends after August first.
The News joins in offering congratulations.

Earl White of Madison is home for a vacation.

Mr. and Mrs. D. M. White are visiting relatives in Nebraska.

Carl Hughes of Highland Park visited his brother Guy Thursday.

Mr. and Mrs. A. K. Bain are entertaining relatives from Chicago.

Wm. Cremin and wife left this week for New York State to visit relatives.

The Keystone class of the Sunday School will have a party this week at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Alex Hughes.

It is reported that Lloyd White of Waukegan and Miss Lillie Watson of Antioch were married Saturday. Mr. White is a son of W. J. White of Millburn. They will reside in Waukegan.

Antioch News27 June 1912
The contract has finally been let and work is to start at once on the memorial fence which heirs of the late 'Silent' James Henry Smith are to erect at Millburn cemetery in memory of the rich man's mother who died a few years ago.
This memorial fence is to cost about $5,000 and is paid out of money left by James Henry Smith for that purpose. Work is to start at once as a result of the contract having been signed this week whereby the F. P. Smith company of Chicago is to rush the work to completion as soon as possible.

Mr. and Miss Gear of Chicago are guests at the parsonage.

Earl Edwards has returned to Madison, Wis., for a short time.

Mrs. Geo. Jamieson is entertaining her neice from New Jersey.

Mrs. Safford returned home from Wheaton, Ill., last Wednesday.

Dave Young and Geo. Jamieson visited Mr. McDonald at Evanston Sunday.

Misses Inez Pollock and Alice Jamieson spent this week end with the home folks.

Wm. Findley and Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Anderson and son of Lake Forest spent Sunday here.

Misses Maude and Pearl Cleveland attended the wedding of their cousin Maude Lewin in Waukegan Saturday.

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