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Newspaper Clippings for
August, 1928

Antioch News2 August 1928
Wilson Lawrence of Aberdeenshire, Scotland, and brother William Lawrence of Boston, Mass., who have been visiting their aunt, Mrs. Low, for the past month started by auto Wednesday morning for the return trip to Mass. Mrs. Low accompanied them east for a visit with her niece, Mrs. Harry Bascom.

A large crowd is wanted at the Ladies Aid summer bazaar on Friday, August 10. There will be a fancy work table, bakery goods and a good supper served from 5:30 until all are served. There will be a short program at eight o'clock.

Frantz Nelson of Chicago spent the past week at the Nelson home.

Miss Dorothy Suydam of Libertyville visited Dorothy Hughes the past week.

Thomas Cosgrove and Miss Marion Neahous spent the week end at the Oscar Neahous home.

Misses Alice Jamieson of Racine, Wis., and Lavinia Jamieson of Berwyn, spent the week end at S. J. LeVoy's.

Mrs. Eva Ahling of Wawautosa, Wis., is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Edwards.

Mr. and Mrs. Buchert entertained relatives from Maywood Sunday.

Mrs. Pierstorff and daughters spent a few days the past week with Mrs. Pierstorff's mother, Mrs. Beck at Evanston. Mrs. Beck returned with them on Saturday for a short visit.

Howard Garby of Chicago was a week end guest at R. J. Bonner's.

The Hansen family of Chicago, were Sunday guests at the Wimann home.

Mr. and Mrs. A. K. Bain spent the past week with the former's sister, Mrs. Archie Brewer at Druces lake.

Mr. E. N. Cannon, who has been seriously sick in a Chicago hospital, has improved sufficiently to be up and around again, and he and Mrs. Cannon started for their home in Pasadena, California, Monday.

The Young People are giving a play at the church Friday evening. This play was written by Mrs. E. W. Mac Nair, and is entitled "The High Road".

Horace Tower, Sr., and H. H. Tower of Chicago called on old friends around here last Thursday. Mr. Tower, Sr., has recently moved from Stoughton, Mass., and will make his home with Horace Tower, Jr., in Chicago.

The Wearever Aluminum salesman, Mr. Schwenk of Lake Villa gave a cooking demonstration at the home of Mrs. E. A. Martin last Tuesday, and entertained about fifteen ladies. This week Wednesday, the demonstration was held at the home of Mrs. W. M. Bonner.

J. S. Denman is making a good recovery and expects to be able to come home from the hospital this week.

Antioch News9 August 1928
Mr. and Mrs. Wimann entertained about thirty Chicago friends over Sunday, members of a Glee club and their families. Mr. Wimann is a member of the Glee club in Chicago.

John Eichinger, who has been ill for several weeks, was taken to the Victory Memorial hospital for an operation Friday

Miss Louise Gerrity of Mukwonago, Wis., is spending the week with her cousin, Miss Mary Eichinger.

Mrs. A. K. Bain and Miss Jean Bonner spent Monday with Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Hughes at Gurnee.

J. S. Denman, who had been in the Victory Memorial hospital nearly six weeks, returned home Saturday. He is making a good recovery.

Mr. and Mrs. Kaluf of Druce Lake spent Sunday at the Frank Edward's home.

Instead of experiencing the usual summer slump found in many of our country this time of the year, the Rev. MacNair preached to a full home last Sunday. A large choir was present and the Rosecrans Community orchestra rendered a few delightful numbers. A church set on a hill of enthusiastic service cannot be hid. Do something and folks will naturally see something worth while about your church.

Antioch News16 August 1928
Miss Ruth Edwards spent the past week with her aunt, Mrs. Ahling at Wauwautoso, Wis.

Mr. and Mrs. Wilson and children of Richland Center were week end guests at the Pierstorff home.

Mrs. James Mayer and daughter of Chicago spent the past week with her cousin, Mrs. Carl Anderson.

Mrs. E. A. Martin has been ill with summer flu and confined to her bed for ten days.

Mr. and Mrs. George Beaumont, Floyd Beaumont, George Buzesto of Kansasville, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Moyle and son of Milwaukee, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Ekstrand of Chicago were Sunday dinner guests at R. J. Bonner's.

Mrs. Sarah Dodge of River Forest spent the week end at the J. S. Denman home.

Mr. and Mrs. Earl Priest, Mrs. Roy Dawson and son of Three Oaks, Mich., Mr. and Mrs. Victor Strang and sons and Jessie Ann Strang of Waukegan spent Sunday at Leslie Bonner's.

Mr. and Mrs. Schuetz and daughter of Rogers Park, and Frantz Nelson are spending two weeks with the Nelson family.

Mrs. Earl Edwards and friend of River Forest spent Wednesday at the D. B. Webb home.

Mrs. Lizzie Stewart of Gurnee spent the past week with her nieces, the McCredie sisters.

John Eichinger was able to return to his home on Monday after ten days at Victory Memorial hospital.

Antioch News23 August 1928
A very pretty wedding was solemnized at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Lucas last Wednesday evening at eight o'clock when their second daughter, Anna May, became the bride of Mr. Darnell Altshaus. Their many friends wish them success and happiness. Mr. and Mrs. Altshaus left on Thursday for a visit with the former's brothers in Iowa.

Richard Martin enjoyed a week's vacation in Chicago with his uncle, Norman Adams, and cousin, Mrs. Pessinc.

Mrs. Nettie Bowden and daughter, Mrs. Albert Sager, and son Eugene Bowden, of Washington, D. C. are visiting the former's sister, Mrs. C. E. Denman.

Mrs. Slocum spent the past week with her daughter, Mrs. R. G. Murrie at Russell.

Mr. and Mrs. Charles Holdridge and daughters were Sunday visitors at the Bauman home.

Mr. and Mrs. Johnson and son of Rogers Park spent the past week with the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Nelson.

The C. E. Society will give a lawn social and wiener roast at the home of Ethel McGuire on Wednesday evening.

Harold Slocum returned home last Sunday after a two week's vacation with his cousin, Meade Walker near Bristol.

Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Crawford and daughter of Waukegan spent Sunday at the J. T. Crawford home.

Mrs. Viola Runge of Florida, is spending two weeks with her daughter, Mrs. Warren Hook.

Mrs. George Edwards spent the past week with her sister in Elkhart, Indiana.

Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Thom of Chicago and Alex Thom of Chicago called on old friends at Millburn Sunday.

Mr. and Mrs. Harold Minto and family spent Sunday with the Holloway family at Paris Corners.

Mr. and Mrs. Robert McCann spent the week end with the former's sister, Mrs. John Smith in Chicago, and attended the Cubs-Brooklyn ball game.

Misses Vera and Muriel Burge of Waukegan spent a few days with their cousin, Roberta Hook.

Mrs. Peter Fisher of Pasadena, California, is visiting her sister, Mrs. Scott LeVoy.

Antioch News30 August 1928
Donald Rowling, Grayslake, spent Tuesday with his cousins, Roy and Harold Bonner.

Mr. and Mrs. A. K. Bain are visiting their niece, Mrs. Frank Cremin, and family in Rollins.

The Edwards and D. B. Webb families attended the Edwards reunion at Bert Edwards' on Sunday.

Mr. and Mrs. Ira Barchard and son, and Mr. and Mrs. Johannsen, Sr., Chicago, spent the week end with the Arthur Johannsen family.

Mrs. Robert Bonner and sons and Mrs. Gordon Bonner and children spent Friday with the Corrin and Pedley families at Long Lake.

Mildred and Milton Bauman had their tonsils removed at Lake county hospital Monday of last week.

Miss Margaret Gilbert, Waukegan, spent the last week with the Bonner and McCredie families.

Electric lights are being installed in the school, which is also being redecorated.

Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hughes and family spent Sunday with relatives in Libertyville.

Roy and Harold Bonner had their tonsils removed at Victory Memorial hospital Tuesday.

The Rev. Ralph Harris and son, Oak Park, attended church in Millburn Sunday and called on old friends.

The Lossman sisters, Waukegan, spent the last week at the home of their uncle, Carl Anderson.

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