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W. B. Stewart is on the sick list.
Rob McDougall is quite sick with paralysis.
Mrs. Bain and daughter are visiting at Evanston.
Miss Pearl Cleveland visited at Fox Lake the past week.
Mrs. John Hughes of Lake Villa, is visiting relatives here.
F. Snyder of Wheaton, spent a few days with Rev. Safford.
Mrs. Erma Strang attended the bazaar at Lake Villa Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Safford and son will spend a week at the parsonage.
The Ladies Aid society held a social Thursday evening on the church lawn.
The Missionary Tea has been postponed indefinitely on account of the illness of Mr. McDougall.
Mrs. John Stewart of Minnesota, is visiting her sister, Mrs. Leroy also Mrs. Hardy and Lulu Thain of Waukegan spent several days with her.
Paul Griffin spent Sunday with his parents in Waukegan.
Misses Hucker of Lake Villa spent Thursday calling on friends here.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Clark of Michigan are visiting their son Arthur Clark.
Mrs. Helen Russ and son of Rochester, spent several days with Mr. and Mrs. Jamieson.
Lyburn Stewart of Chicago spent Sunday here. His wife and daughter returned home with him.
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Thain expect to go soon to Montana to visit with their daughter, Mrs. Hazel White.
A. K. Bain spent Sunday at Evanston. Mrs. Bain and daughter returned home with him after a week's visit with her sister.
David Minto recently had eleven sheep killed by dogs. The total loss to the flock amounted to $105.
The Missionary Study class met with Mrs. Geo. Jamieson Thursday.
Miss Vivian Bonner spent the week end with Mrs. Helen Buss of Rochester.
The Millburn Congregational Sunday school will hold their annual picnic August 28.
Mr. and Mrs. R. Wheaton and son of Wheaton, Ill., are visiting at the parsonage.
Mr. and Mrs. Thom, Rev. and Mrs. Harris spent Tuesday with Wm. Thom and wife at Libertyville.
Mr. and Mrs. John Thain and son left Friday for a visit with their daughter, Mrs. Ernest White at Summers, Mont., will also visit other relatives at St. Anthony Falls, Minnesota.
The ladies of the Millburn Missionary society intend to hold their Thanks Offering and Missionary Tea Wednesday afternoon, Aug. 21, at the Millburn church and extend to their friends a hearty invitation to come and help them enjoy a good time. Missionary speaker from Chicago will address the meeting and a good Millburn supper will be served.
Doris Bain of Waukegan is visiting here.
Geo. Findley of Chicago spent Sunday here.
Miss Mabel Bonner is spending this week in Chicago.
Mrs. Ross of Minneapolis is visiting her mother here.
Miss Florence Anderson of Lake Villa spent Sunday here.
James Kerr and family of Lake Villa spent Sunday here.
The new barn of Scott Levoy was struck by lightning Sunday night.
Messrs. R. Wheaton and F. Snyder of Wheaton spent a few days at the parsonage.
Mrs. Sarah Dodge spent the week here before leaving for her home in Canada.
Wm. McGuire visited in Waukegan over Sunday.
Mrs. Ross returned to her home in Texas Tuesday.
Alex Thain of Canton, preached here Sunday for Rev. Safford.
Mrs. D. Knox and daughter of North Dakota, are visiting here.
C. E. Denman is entertaining his brother and family from Wilmette.
Several from here attended the Royal Neighbors meeting at Lake Villa Tuesday.
Mrs. George Gerrity of Virgil, Ill., is visiting here for a few days. James and Louise will return home with her.
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