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January, 1928

Antioch News5 January 1928
The annual meeting of the Millburn Mutual Insurance company will be held at the Masonic hall Saturday. The ladies of the church will serve their annual chicken pie dinner at noon.

Mrs. Clarence Bonner and Jean visited friends in Park Ridge from Monday till Friday.

Misses Catherine and Ruth Minto returned to their school duties at Beloit college Wednesday.

Mrs. R. G. Murrie, Miss Doris Murrie, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Murrie of Russell were entertained New Year's at the L. J. Slocum home.

John LeVoy of Chicago spent Sunday and Monday at Scott LeVoy's.

Miss Alice Bauman returned to DeKalb Normal school on Monday.

Mrs. William Reilly returned home from the Victory Memorial hospital Wednesday.

Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Bonner and Jean, Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Bonner and children, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bonner and sons were entertained at W. M. Bonner's New Year's.

John Eichinger visited at Mukwanago, Wis., from Friday until Sunday, when James and Louise Gerrity accompanied him home.

The P. T. A. met at the school on Tuesday evening.

Mr. and Mrs. MacNair spent the past week with relatives in Michigan.

Mrs. Robert Bonner and children and Mrs. Gordon Bonner and children spent Friday with the R. G. Murrie family at Russell.

John A. McCredie has closed his home on Grand avenue and is spending the winter with his cousins, the Misses Annie and Ella McCredie.

Antioch News12 January 1928
Mrs. Wollcott of Chicago spent a few days with her brother, A. G. Torfin and family.

Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Miller are rejoicing over the birth of a son, born December 28.

Mr. and Mrs. Walker and son of Bristol spent Sunday at the L. J. Slocum home.

Mr. and Mrs. Frank Clark are spending a few weeks with relatives in Lake Villa.

Little Evelyn Clark, who has been seriously ill with pneumonia is now reported to be on the gain. A trained nurse is in attendance.

Miss Una Minto spent Saturday and Sunday with Miss Cora White in Grayslake and spoke in Grayslake, Ivanhoe and Mundelein.

Geraldine and Lyman Bonner attended a birthday party in Waukegan Saturday in honor of Lloyd Strang's ninth birthday.

The Insurance meeting was well attended on Saturday. About seventy-five enjoyed the chicken pie dinner.

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bonner spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. George Beaumont of Kansasville, Wis.

Mrs. Ruby Faulkner of Gurnee is helping in the Arthur Clark home, during his daughter's illness.

The Parent Teachers association will have a basket social at the Masonic hall on Saturday evening, January 14. One of the features of the program will be a debate "Resolved that the radio is a greater invention than the telephone." Come and enjoy the evening.

Antioch News19 January 1928
The entertainment given by the P. T. A. on Saturday evening was well attended and enjoyed by everyone. The debate, "Resolved that the radio is a greater invention than the telephone" had been carefully prepared and was given with equal amounts of jokes and seriousness. The judges after much deliberation gave the verdict 4-2 in favor of the affirmative, which had been taken by Mr. MacNain, J. S. Denman and E. A. Martin. The negative speakers were L. J. Slocum. L. S. Bonner and Mrs. MacNain. A song by the school, violin duet, a piano solo, a vocal solo and recitations furnished the rest of the program. Over $40 was realized from the sale of the baskets.

Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Torfin and Mrs. Frank Edwards spent Monday in Chicago.

Mrs. Laura Corris of Long Lake visited her nephews, Bonner Brothers and their families from Wednesday until Sunday.

Mrs. Louis Schwicht of Waukegan spent several days with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Chope.

Miss Myrtle Lahey of Wadsworth was the guest of her sister Mrs. Will Reilly several days the past week.

Little Evelyn Clark, who has been ill with pneumonia, is now on the gain.

Mr. and Mrs. Charles Gorham of Waukegan were entertained at J. G. Bonner's for dinner Friday.

The funeral of Mrs. John Knox of Rosecrans was held in Millburn church on Saturday afternoon, with burial in Millburn cemetery.

The Christian Endeavor society are planning a Father and Son banquet for Wednesday evening, Feb. 8.

Warren Hook served on jury in Waukegan the past week.

Mrs. C. E. Bonner has been on the sick list the past week.

Next Sunday evening, Jan. 22, the community is invited to the church to attend a play which has been produced by Mrs. MacNair. Mr. and Mrs. MacNair will be assisted by several of their classmates from the Seminary in giving this, and it is hoped that all who possibly can, will take advantage of this opportunity to hear something worth while.

Antioch News26 January 1928
The teachers and officers of the Sunday School met at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Denman Saturday evening and discussed the problems of the school and made plans for the coming year.

The infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Odom of Riverdale was brought to Millburn for burial Wednesday. Rev. Pollock of Antioch officiated at the grave.

D. H. Minto and Bert Edwards of Hickory, in company with other Lake County farmers, attended a meeting of the Illinois Agricultural association at Rock Island last week.

The open meeting of the Christian Endeavor society was enjoyed by a full house on Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. MacNair were assisted by four friends from the Theological Seminary and Chicago University, in giving a play "The Color Line" which had been written by Mrs. MacNair.

Mr. and Mrs. Carl Christiansen and family spent Sunday with the Rasmussen family at Gurnee.

Mr. and Mrs. Strohal and Lillian visited friends at Cary on Sunday.

Miss Ruby Gillings is spending a few weeks with Mrs. Chas. Hook at Gurnee.

Miss Una Minto will speak at the church Sunday morning at eleven o'clock, and will bring a message from the Mission field of Africa. May all of her friends take advantage of hearing another of her interesting talks.

The Ladies Aid will serve dinner at the church Thursday, Feb. 2. Mrs. W. A. Bonner, Mrs. F. G. Edwards and Mrs. W. A. Bonner will be the committee in charge.

The Christian Endeavor Society will give a Father and Son banquet at the Masonic hall Wednesday evening, Feb. 8. Rev. Ganster of Waukegan will be the speaker for the evening.

Mr. and Mrs. Will Strang of Waukegan called on relatives here Sunday and attended the play that evening.

Mr. and Mrs. Schuyler Denman and Elvin of Waukegan visited at C. E. Denman's Sunday.

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