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December, 1919

Antioch News11 December 1919
Richard Martin is among the sick this week.

Miss Mary Kerr is spending a few days in Lake Villa.

Rev. and Mrs. Ford of Chicago are guests at Harold Minto's.

Miss Nellie Cobb of Antioch spent Friday with Miss Ida Runyard.

It is rumored that Rev. Geo. Mitchell has sold part of his farm to a Chicago party.

Mr. and Mrs. Congdon have bought a home in Antioch where they expect to make their future home.

The Community social will be held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Guy Hughes Friday evening, Dec. 12.

Mrs. Florence Tower, mother of Horace Tower died in Chicago on Monday and was buried in the Millburn cemetery Saturday.

Antioch News18 December 1919
Rev. Ford will preach here Sunday.

Many in this vicinity are suffering with colds.

Mary Clark is quite sick with an attack of appendicitis.

Alex Hughes transacted business in Waukegan Saturday.

Percy Hook of Waukegan spent the week-end with home folks.

A daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. Ray Harmer of Waukegan on Dec. 12.

Mrs. Burnett and Mrs. Runyard of Antioch vicinity were Millburn visitors Friday.

Rev. Long of Yorkville, Ill., spent Sunday here in the interest of the Pilgrims Memorial Fund.

V. H. Strang and E. A. Martin and J. A, Strang transacted business in Chicago the past week.

Wm. Thom of North Bend, Nebraska died Sunday at the home of his son, W. G. Thom. The remains will be brought to Libertyville for burial.

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