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September, 1928

Antioch News6 September 1928
Mrs. E. A. Martin and Richard several days with the Achen family, near Kenosha, who left Sunday for a year in Arizona.

Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Mac Nair started Monday for three weeks vacation with Mr. Mac Nair's parents in West Ashville, North Carolina. Mr. Pierstorff will fill the pulpit during Mr. Mac Nair's absence.

William McGuire is critically ill at the home of his daughter, Mrs. W. M. Bonner. Mrs. Corris, Long Lake, is assisting them.

Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Hughes and family spent Sunday at Gurnee with Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Hughes.

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bonner and sons spent Sunday at R. G. Murrie's in Russell.

Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Slocum and sons and Mrs. Slocum, Sr., were dinner guests Sunday of Robert Smith, Kenosha.

Miss Marion Neahous, Chicago, spent the end of the week at home.

John Levoy, Oak Park, spent several days at home, being called by the serious illness of his mother, Mrs. S. J. LeVoy, who expects to go to Mayo Brothers as soon as she is able.

Mrs. Stanley Wood returned to her home in Evanston Monday after a week's visit with he aunt, Mrs. Fuller.

Clarence Mayer, who has spent the summer at Carl Anderson's, returned to his home in Chicago Monday.

Miss Jean Bonner spent the last week with the Stowe family in Park Ridge.

Mark Edwards returned to his home in River Forest Monday, after spending the summer with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Webb.

Norma and Phyllis Torfin spent several days with the Hinchman family in Harvard.

Mrs. Inez Ames left last Friday morning with her brother, Gordon Jamieson and children, for Glascow, Montana, the home of the Jamiesons. Mrs. Jamieson, who was injured in automobile accident recently, and who is in St. Luke's hospital, Chicago, was unable to make the trip.

Antioch News13 September 1928
Miss Gardiner and Miss Bannister of Evanston were end of the week guests at the George Edwards home.

Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Bonner and daughter and Mr. and Mrs. A. K. Bain spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. T. D. Kidd, Libertyville.

Mrs. John Welch, Libertyville, visited several days at the home of Dr. H. E. Jamieson.

Miss Alice Bauman returned Sunday to her school duties at DeKalb.

Miss May Dodge, Peoria, and Miss Dee Petit, Chicago, were end of the week guests at Gordon Bonner's. Miss Dodge will remain for several weeks visit with the Bonner families.

Mrs. S. J. LeVoy left Thursday for Rochester, Minn., for medical care at Mayo Brother's. She was accompanied by her sister, Mrs. Peter Fisher, Pasadena, California.

Ralph McGuire had a piece of bone removed from his nose Monday at Victory Memorial hospital. Dr. O. C. Breitenback performing the operation.

William McGuire who suffered a celebral hemorrhage September 1, is in a very week condition.

John Eichinger spent Wednesday and Thursday with the Gerrity family in Mukwonago.

Mr. and Mrs. Darnell Altshaus returned Friday from a two week's trip to Iowa.

Mr. and Mrs. Gardner and nephew, Deerfield, visited the McCredie sisters Sunday.

Antioch News20 September 1928
Mrs. D. B. Webb spent several days in River Forest with her daughter, Mrs. Earl Edwards.

Miss Doris Jamieson left Tuesday for Milwaukee to enter Milwaukee Downer college.

Misses Katherine and Ruth Minto returned Tuesday to their school duties at Beloit college.

A large crowd witnessed the opening steeple chase of Ontwensia club last Sunday.

Mr. and Mrs. Kaluf, Druce's lake, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. F. G. Edwards.

The Ladies Aid met at the church Thursday afternoon. Supper was served by Mrs. A. G. Torfin, Mrs. W. A. Bonner and Mrs. John Crawford.

Antioch News20 September 1928
Lake Villa Man Has Estate Of $43,898.00
John A. McCredie, Lake Villa, left an estate of $43,898 to his heirs it was shown last week in probate court where the inheritance tax was placed at $987.12 by County Judge P. L. Persons. Ida Douglas, Robertie Miller and George McCredie, sisters and brother of the deceased, received $7,317 each.

Following a paralytic stroke of September 1, William McGuire, Millburn, died Friday at the home of his daughter, Mrs. William M. Bonner.
Mr. McGuire was seventy-six years of age. Besides his daughter with whom he made his home, four grandchildren, Ralph and Ethel McGuire and Ray and Harold Bonner, are left.
Funeral services were held Monday afternoon at 2 o'clock, with the Rev. A. H. Pierstorff delivering the sermon. Burial was made in Warren cemetery.
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