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November, 1913

Antioch News06 November 1913
Miss Belle Watson spent Saturday in Chicago.

Mr. and Mrs. Dawson have returned from Minnesota.

Miss Alice Jamieson of Chicago spent a few days here recently.

Miss Inez Pollock of Chicago spent the week end with home folks.

Mrs. Ed Martin received word Sunday of the death of her sister's baby in Kenosha.

Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Martin are the proud parents of a baby boy born on Oct. 31.

A Hallowe'en party held at the home John Dawson Friday evening was a great success.

Miss Josephine Mathews left Thursday to spend the winter with her aunt at Rochester, Minn.

The Ladies Aid society postponed their bazaar until Wednesday on account of Miss Bonner's death.

Mrs. Eliza Wedge will take a months vacation and Mrs. Smith of Grayslake will take her place as nurse for Mrs. Strang while she is away.

Thursday was moving day in this vicinity, Wm. Meyer and family moved to Mo., Newton LeVoy and family moved to Belvidere, Ill., and Mr. Hutchinson and family to Libertyville to work on the Insull farm.

Miss Agnes Bonner died Tuesday morning having been ill the past two years with creeping paralysis. Funeral from the house Thursday afternoon at 1:30 o'clock with interment in the Millburn cemetery.

Antioch News27 November 1913
C. E. Denman and wife spent Sunday at Zion City.

C. E. Denman is entertaining his father from Lincoln, Ill.

Mrs. Eliza Nellis, aunt of Henry and Richard Edmunds, of Millburn, died at Waukegan. Burial at Lockport, Ill.

Mesdames. Edith Clark, Hannah Wells, Nellie Bain and Miss Mary Eichanger attended the banquet of the R. N. A. at Grayslake last Thursday.

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