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April, 1918

Antioch News4 April 1918
Many of the farmers in this vicinity are sowing wheat and oats.

Miss McCinn, teacher at the Hockaday school is ill at her home in Chicago.

Mr. and Mrs. E. Dennman of Libertyville spent Easter with home folks.

Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Crawford of Waukegan visited their parents here over Sunday.

Mrs. John Chope was operated on for gall stones, at the German American hospital, last week.

Dr. Jamieson, A. E. Martin, A. K. Bain and Miss McLin were Chicago visitors this past week.

Mrs. Young, a resident of Waukegan was buried at the Millburn cemetery Sunday afternoon.

Miss Pearl Cleveland, who is teaching school at Elgin, spent the week end with her parents here.

Mr. and Mrs. A. K. Bain and Bert Trotter left this week for their new home at Mahlius, N. Y.

J. C. Chope and family were called to Chicago by the serious illness of their mother, who, we are pleased to state is better at the present writing.

A farewell party was given to Mr. and Mrs. A. K. Bain on Tuesday, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Stewart. About one hundred friends were present.

Antioch News11 April 1918
Mrs. Mable Young was a caller here Monday.

Sam Larsen has moved to the A. K. Bain house.

Miss Inez Pollock of Chicago spent over Sunday here.

John Stewart returned to his home in St. Paul, Minn., Monday

Miss Vera Miller of Chicago has returned home to remain sometime.

Mrs. J. Chope is still seriously ill but at present writing holds her own.

Miss Bertha White returned home from the Chicago hospital Saturday.

Irving Duncan of Lake Forest spent the week-end with his grandmother, Mrs. Jane Jamieson.

The Wm. McGuire house occupied by Andrew Truax caught fire on Thursday afternoon but by the prompt action of neighbors was soon put out.

Antioch News18 April 1918
School election on April 20.

A. H. Stewart is visiting his children in Chicago.

Lee Edmonds and wife or Kansas, are here with home folks.

The Red Cross society will meet with Mrs. E. N. Cannon on April 24.

Doris Jamison and Mrs. E. A. Martin are in the German American hospital.

Mrs. Jamison is staying with her daughter, she has had an operation on her hip.

Barbara Pope, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Pope fell on the sidewalk in Waukegan and broke her arm.

Mr. Chope was home for a few days, but returned to Chicago Tuesday. Mrs. Chope is getting along nicely and we all hope she will soon be home.

Miss Lenore Dawson and Earl Priest were married at Three Oaks, Mich., on Wednesday, April 10, and have spent several days with Mrs. Priest's sisters, Mrs. L. S. Bonner and Mrs. V. H. Strang. Congratualtions.

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