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March, 1916

Antioch News2 March 1916
Miss Ruby Strang of Gurnee is spending some time with friends here.

Mrs. Lura Culver spent a few days with her mother returning home Sunday.

Mrs. Bonner and Miss Vivian Bonner served dinner for the Ladies Aid Thursday.

We are glad to note that Mr. and Mrs. A. K. Bain will remain with us a while longer.

The friends of Mrs. Archie Webb gave her a surprise Saturday evening. The evening was pleasantly spent in games and a good time reported.

A Washington party given by the Volunteers class of the Sunday School at the home of Miss Margaret Gilbert Friday evening. About 50 were present and a fine time reported by all.

Miss Nomine Christianson and L. W. Haines were married Feb. 23, by Rev. Jedele of Wilmot. The guests assembled in the parlor and just before 2 p.m. an effective song "Oh Promise Me" was rendered by Leslie Haines, brother of the groom. At 2 p. m. to the strains of the wedding march played by Miss Geraldine Jackson of Milwaukee, the bride and groom appeared attended by Miss Ida Christianson, sister of the bride and Leslie Haines. The bride was gowned in white crepe de chene and carried white rose buds. A four course dinner was served. The wedding took place at the home of the bride's parents Mr. and Mrs. Mathias Christiansen. Miss Christiansen is much loved by her many friends. The groom is the oldest son of Mr. and Mrs. Haines of Gurnee. He is a young man of sterling worth and is respected by all who knew him. Congratulations.

Antioch News9 March 1916
E. A. Martin was in Waukegan on Monday.

Theo. Badendyke of Wadsworth, who was found dead was buried Tuesday in Millburn cemetery.

Henry Patch and wife of Rosecrans spent Sunday with their daughter, Mrs. Ernest Wells.

A petition is out for the consolidation of the Hockaday, Grubb and Dodge school in Millburn.

Geo. Jamieson, known as Uncle Geo. fell and broke his arm near the shoulder Friday. He is resting easy.

Harold Minto is in the German American hospital in Chicago was operated on for appendicitis Thursday morning. At present he is resting easy.

Geo. Mitchell having bought the barn on the John Rowland farm is having it razed and will rebuild on the farm he has divided.

Miss Pearl Cleveland is spending her vacation with home folks and while here will give a recital at the church on Wednesday, Feb. 15. Miss Cleveland is a pupil of the Art Institute in Chicago.

Antioch News23 March 1916
Miss Irene VanDuzer returned to Chicago Friday.

J. S. Denman was a North Chicago visitor Saturday.

Mr. John Bonner is running for supervisor of Lake Villa Township.

Chas. Tucker and B. Dooley of Gurnee transacted business in this vicinity Monday.

W. G. Thom of North Bend, Nebraska spent a few day with friends in this vicinity.

Mrs. O. Nelson of Loon Lake went to the German America hospital in Chicago for an operation.

The many friends of Harold Minto we know will be glad to learn that he is getting along nicely.

Miss Baker, teacher of the Grubb school spent Saturday with the home folks in Highland Park.

Miss Ruby Strang of Gurnee spent Saturday and Sunday with her cousins Madge and Ida Strang.

Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Haines of Pikeville attended the party at the home of Ida Christiansen Friday evening.

The Misses Ruth Pollock, Helen Cannon and Ida Christionsen each having a birthday this month gave a party at the home of Miss Christiansen Friday evening, a very pleasant evening was spent.

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