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August, 1918

Antioch News1 August 1918
Miss Sarah Browe returned home last week.

Mrs. Warren Hook left last week for New York.

Mrs. Etta Wineckie returned to Sycamore Sunday.

C. E. Denman and family motored to Highland Park and Libertyville Sunday.

Miss Margaret Gilbert is visiting her sister Mrs. Lula Culver at Monaville.

Miss Pearl Hughes of Chicago spent her vacation with her brother and sister in this vicinity.

Peter Strang has had the misfortune to loose his discharge and pension papers of the Civil War.

Mrs. J. P. Dawson having spent sometime with her daughter has returned to her home in Three Oaks, Mich.

Lyburn Stewart and family returned to their home in Chicago last Sunday. Alice Stewart will spend the rest of the summer with her grandfather, A. H. Stewart.

Antioch News8 August 1918
Miss Voos of Chicago is a guest of Mrs. C. E. Denman.

Miss Foote returned home from Wheaton last week.

Mrs. Wm. Cleveland is visiting her children in Chicago.

Ward Bain of Racine, Wis., transacted business here Friday.

Many from this vicinity attended the Hickory picnic last Thursday.

The Red Cross society held their sewing meeting at the church this week.

The Misses Ruth Pollock and Madge Strang returned home Friday from Dekalb.

Jessie Ann Strang is spending several weeks with her brother at St. John, Ind.

Leslie Kemper, wife and children of Chicago called on relatives here Sunday.

Mrs. Eliza Ross returned to her home at Fort Worth, Texas, Tuesday after having spent a month with her sisters, the Misses Watson.

Antioch News15 August 1918
E. A. Martin was in Chicago on business Tuesday.

C. E. Denman and family were Libertyville visitors Sunday.

Miss Inez Pollock of Chicago spent over Sunday with relatives here.

Lieut. Wm. Pope, son of W. H. Pope of this vicinity was injured in battle recently.

Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Bonner and daughter of Park Ridge is visiting the home folks.

Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Bonner and daughter of Park Ridge is visiting the home folks.

Mr. Sorenson and family of Waukegan have moved on to the David Young property and the sound of the anvil is heard again.

Miss Ruby Gillings of New York is calling on relatives and friends here, she is with her uncle Ed Gillings of Waukegan.

Antioch News22 August 1918
J. A. Strang is buying wheat in this vicinity.

Born to Mr. and Mrs. Geo. White, on Aug. 13, a son.

Mr. and Mrs. Ed Caddock entertained company Sunday.

Dr. Bellows and family of Waukegan were callers here Monday.

Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Bonner returned to Park Ridge Friday.

The Red Cross society meets this week with Mrs. Wilmer Hook.

Born on Aug. 5, a daughter to Mr. and Mrs. Earl White of Urbana.

Mrs. Dalrymple returned to Lake Villa having spent some time at Dr. and Mrs. Jamieson's.

Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Kemper, and Mr. Kemper and daughter of Chicago spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Denman.

The children of Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Denman came home Thursday evening and surprised their parents. It being their 35th wedding anniversary.

Antioch News29 August 1918
Mrs. Jane Jamison fell last week and broke her wrist.

Miss Madge Strang is spending this week in Waukegan.

Theo Strang of Waukegan is spending this week here.

Mr. and Mrs. Achen and children of Kenosha spent Sunday here.

C. E. Denman and wife entertained company from Wilmette and Chicago Sunday.

The Hockaday school opens Monday, Sept. 2, with Miss Aneta Hucker of Antioch, as teacher.

Mrs. Emma Hughes and nephew Ralph Spafford of LaSalle, and Alfred Spafford of Chicago are spending a few weeks on the home place.

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