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Newspaper Clippings for
July, 1919

Antioch News10 July 1919
E. A. Martin and wife motored to Chicago this week.

Dr. Jamieson transacted business in Chicago this week.

A daughter was born on July 6, to Mr. and Mrs. Wilmer Hook.

Miss Ruth Pollock is entertaining her sister Edith this week.

Miss Maude Cleveland of Chicago is visiting her parents this week.

Mrs. Chas. Mathews of Kenosha is visiting Mrs. Josephine Mathews.

Miss Inez Pollock of Chicago spent several days with her aunts, the Misses Watson.

Mrs. R. H. Edmonds of Grayslake visited her daughter, Mrs. Sam Larsen the past week.

The Wheaton family of Wheaton, Ill., spent several days with their parents, Rev. and Mrs. Safford.

W. J. White and wife, Mrs. Bower and Mrs. Webb of Waukegan, spent the 4th with the Denman and White's on the banks of Mill Creek.

Miss Louise Gerrity, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Gerrity of Mukwonago, Wis., (formerly of Millburn) is visiting relatives here.

Antioch News24 July 1919
Mrs. Jannette Mathews is very low at present writing.

Mrs. E. A. Martin and son spent the past week in Kenosha.

Mr. and Mrs. Lyburn Stewart returned to Chicago Saturday.

Miss Russell of Waukegan spent several days with Miss Vera Miller.

Mrs. Hardy of Chicago spent a few days with her sister Mrs. Scott LeVoy.

Mr. and Mrs. Anderson of Chicago transacted business here Friday and Saturday.

Clarence Wedge returned home from a Chicago hospital Saturday and is doing nicely.

Mrs. Ruby Hughes Tothill and daughter of Canada, and Miss Mable Hughes, daughters of Hugh Hughes spent a few days with their brother.

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