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Newspaper Clippings for
December, 1918

Antioch News5 December 1918
Miss Jessie Cannon and Mr. and Mrs. Harmer spent Thanksgiving with the home folks.

Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Minto entertained Mrs. Minto's parents from Union Grove, Thursday.

A party from Chicago moving on the Achen farm by auto was stalled south of Millburn Saturday night.

Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Denman and babe of Libertyville spent Thanksgiving with the former's parents.

W. B. Stewart and wife will leave this week for St. Petersburg, Florida, where they will spend the winter.

The Ladies Aid society will have their regular monthly meeting Dec. 12, at the church. Dinner will be served.

On account of the stormy weather the Thanksgiving song service was postponed and will be held some time later.

The greater part of this vicinity helped at the fire at Frank Kennedy's last Wednesday. Frank was hunting in northern Wisconsin and returned home Thursday.

Antioch News12 December 1918
W. A. Bonner motored to Lake Forest Friday.

J. M. Cannon and wife of Waukegan spent Sunday with home folks.

W. B. Stewart and wife left Wednesday for St. Petersburg, Florida.

John A. Thain and wife and Mrs. Howard spent the week-end with Mrs. John Perkins at Kenosha.

L. S. Bonner, J. A. Thain, Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Denman and others attended the Stock show in Chicago the past week.

Mr. and Mrs. Harry Knox of South Dakota spent a few days with the Bonner families while on their wedding trip.

Antioch News26 December 1918
Former Residents Dies in Longmont, Colo.
Word has been received here of the death of John J. McDougall, which occurred at his home at Longmont, Colo., on Wednesday evening, Dec. 11, the cause being Bright's disease.
McDougall family were residents of this vicinity for many years. (editor's note: portions of this obituary are unreadable) About ten years ago they went west and have since made their home in Longmont. He has been in failing health for some time and his death was not unexpected.
He is survived by his widow and two sons J______ Bob, besides four sisters who live near Millburn and a large number of other relatives and friends.
Antioch News26 December 1918
A Happy New Year to all.

Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Clark are very sick with the flu.

Louie Horton of Great Lake was released and is at home with his parents.

Miss Helen Safford of Bloomington, Wis., is spending her vacation with her parents here.

Mrs. J. A. Strang has pneumonia. J. A. Strang, Wm. Rielly, and Irene Elenor have had the flu.

Miss Inez Pollock of Chicago spent Christmas with her aunts, the Misses Margaret and Belle Watson.

Miss Aneta Hucker closed her school Tuesday, and is spending her vacation with her mother at Antioch.

Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Jack's two sons Elmer and Marshall have been released from Urbana, Ill., where they were training.

Mrs. Bartlett of Wadsworth was buried Tuesday, Dec. 24, at Millburn cemetery. Jim Bartlett her son is very sick with pneumonia.

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