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Mrs. T. H. Garrett spent the past week at Racine.
Miss Maud Cleveland of Wheaton, is home for the holidays.
Miss Inez Pollock of Chicago spent Xmas with her mother.
Robert Bonner of Chicago spent a few days with his parents here.
Simeon Ames and wife of Hickory spent Xmas with Millburn relatives.
Mrs. M. Spafford spent a week with her daughter Mrs. Mitchell of Waukegan.
Miss Annie McCredie of Champaign, Ill., is spending her vacation with the home folks.
Miss Gertrude Davies of Libertyville spent several days with her cousin, Miss Vida Jamieson.
Miss Helen Safford a high school teacher of Taylorville is spending her vacation with her parents.
Miss Alice Jamieson of Chicago and John Buss and family of Rochester, are spending several days at the home of George Jamieson.
Mrs. L. Levoy is entertaining two of her sisters of Wisconsin.
Miss Alice Jamieson of Chicago spent Christmas with her parents here.
Mrs. Martha Safford is ill with pneumonia, at present she is on the gain.
Earl White of Madison, Wis., visited his parents for a few days returning home Monday.
Mrs. Geo. Duncan and children returned Monday to Fargo, N. D. They spent sometime with relatives here.
Mr. Griggs of Baraboo, Wis., visited with Mrs. Erma Strang and family and also attended the funeral of his aunt, Mrs. Emerson Thayer.
Word reached here recently of the death of Andrew Thom, Dec. 19, in Amarilla, Texas, of tuberculosis. He was 41 years and 4 months. Andrew Thom formerly of Millburn leaves to mourn a wife and two sons, father and mother, three brothers and one sister.
Miss Vivian Bonner is visiting in Chicago this week.
Mr. Cremins of Waukegan is spending the week here.
The Hawkeye Glee club will give an entertainment at the church, Jan. 18.
W. J. White and wife left Monday for St. Andrews, Florida, to spend the winter.
Insurance meeting Saturday, Jan. 11, at the Mason's hall. Dinner served by the ladies of the church.
W. B. Stewart and wife left Wednesday for Jacksonxille and other places in Florida for the winter.
The Millburn Cemetery Association will hold their annual meeting at the Church, Monday, Jan. 13, at 2 p. m.
The funeral of Chas. Waterbury of Superior, Wis., was held at the Millburn Cemetery, Tuesday, Jan. 7, under the auspices of the Tribe of Ben Hur of Wadsworth. Mr. Waterbury formerly lived here.
Vera Miller is again at the German-American hospital in Chicago.
Mr. and Mrs. Warren Hook, William Riley, Robert McCann attended the dance at Gurnee Friday.
A. C. Corris of Russell died Saturday at noon. He was a brother-in-law of Mrs. John Bonner. Funeral at Russell Monday.
Mrs. L. M Bonner, formerly of Millburn died Saturday morning at her home in Russell. Mrs. Bonner was a sister of Mrs. John Bonner of this place. Rev. Safford officiated at the funeral. Interment in the Millburn cemetery, Tuesday, Jan. 14.
Farmer's Institute will be held at Millburn, Feb. 6.
Mrs. Laura Wakefield of Gurnee, spent Sunday with Carrie Bater.
Miss Josephine Dodge of Peoria, Ill., is visiting her aunt Mrs. John Bonner.
George Anderson of Lake Forest was in this vicinity Monday visiting relatives.
C. E. business meeting will be held Friday, Jan. 24, at the home of A. H. Stewart.
Mrs. Douglass of Lake Villa spent several days with her sister, Mrs. R. L. Strang the past week.
Mrs. Richard Edmond's mother, Mrs. Jane Hellman died Saturday at the home of her son in Waukegan. The funeral was held Tuesday with burial at Warren.
David Minto is seriously ill with the grip.
J. P Dawson and wife were in Chicago the past week.
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Ernest White, Sunday, Jan. 26, a son.
Mr. Snyder of Wheaton, Ill., was the guest of Miss Helen Safford Sunday.
Miss Vera Miller has returned from the German hospital much improved.
There will be an entertainment given by Noah Beilhartz at the church. Feb. first.
John Bonner has gone to Springfield, Ill., as a delegate to the State Insurance convention.
Miss Josiephine Dodge returned Saturday to Peoria, Ill., where she will remain for a week and then go to Detroit, Michigan.
The Farmers Institute will be held at Millburn, Thursday, Feb. 6. All day and evening sessions will be held. Dinner and supper served the Ladies Aid.
Miss Lucy Spafford and Wm. G. Marselis of North Bend, Neb., were married Saturday, Jan. 18 at Milwaukee, Wis. The Rev. Counolly, pastor of the Plymouth Congregational church officiated. Miss Spafford is the youngest daughter of Mrs. Matilda Spafford. They will make their home on the Spafford farm. Accept congratulations.
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