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June, 1929

Antioch News13 June 1929
Theodore A. Frazier, son of William Frazier, was born at Hickory, Lake county, Illinois, August 23, 1859. He was married on November 12, 1884, to Nettie G. Paddock, Grass Lake, Illinois. They made their home in Warren township one year, moving from there to Hickory, where they lived until the year of 1920. To this union were born three children.
Upon his retirement the farm was sold and Mr. and Mrs. Frazier then moved to Bluff lake, where they resided for five years. They then purchased the present home at Lake Villa.
About a year ago Mr. Frazier's health slowly began to fail. On the evening of May 29, 1929, his condition became serious and he was taken to the Victory Memorial hospital at Waukegan, Illinois. His wife and children were in constant attendance here, hoping for his speedy recovery, but at 10:30 Thursday morning, June 6, he willingly answered his Father's call.
Mr. Frazier's many acts of kindness will long be remembered by his many friends.
He leaves to mourn his loss his widow, Nettie, and their children, Mrs. Charles Griffin, Antioch; Mrs. Bert Logan, Evanston; and Walter I. Frazier, Chicago; also one brother, Thomas W. Frazier, Waukegan.

Funeral Services Are Held From Home Saturday Morning
Funeral services for Mrs. Mary Morley were held from the Morley home, Victoria street, Saturday morning at 10 o'clock.
Mrs. Morley, who was 82 years old, died at her home Thursday evening at 5 o'clock, after an illness of only a few hours.
She leaves one daughter, Mrs. Chase Webb, and a son, John J. Morley, both of Antioch. Her husband and a daughter preceded her in death.
Mrs. Morley was a member of the Lakeside Rebekah lodge. Funeral services were conducted by the Rev. H. Campbell Dixon.

Dr. and Mrs. H. E. Jamison and Mr. and Mrs. George White and sons drove to Milwaukee Sunday and spent the day with Doris Jamison.

Mrs. Slocum, Sr., returned Friday from a two weeks' visit with her brother's family, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Smith, Kenosha, and with her daughter, Mrs. R. G. Murrie, Russell.

Mrs. Beck returned to her home in Evanston, Monday after a two weeks with her daughter, Mrs. A. H. Pierstorff.

Miss Belle Hughes, Waukegan, is visiting her cousin, Mrs. Gordon Bonner.

Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Bauman and daughters and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Holdridge drove to DeKalb Thursday and attended the commencement exercises of the Normal school. Miss Alice Bauman was among the graduates.

The June committee of the Ladies' Aid society is giving a mother and daughter picnic on George White's lawn, Saturday, June 15. Everyone is asked to come in picnic attire.

Mr. and Mrs. Louis Schwicht and daughter, Chicago, spent Sunday at John Chope's home.

Ruth and Margaret Hughes spent Saturday and Sunday in Gurnee with their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Hughes.

Arthur Irish is still seriously ill at his home.

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bonner and sons spent Sunday at George Baumonts, Kansasville.

John Edwards returned home Monday after two weeks spent with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. John Kaluf, Druce Lake.

Howard Slocum fell from the milk platform Tuesday, striking his head on a milk can. Three stitches were necessary to close the scalp wound.

Children's day exercises will be held June 23.

Antioch News20 June 1929
One hundred and thirty mothers and daughters enjoyed the picnic on George White's lawn Saturday afternoon. There were nine sets of three generations and these were honored by having their picture taken. There was a short program, including tableaux, showing the "Seven Ages of Woman," from infancy to grand-motherhood. Fifty- five dollars were realized for the Ladies Aid treasury.

Kenneth Denman and Jack Neahous, with other students from Antioch High school, drove to Urbana Thursday and entered the dairy and fat stock judging contests, returning Saturday.

Margaret Denman spent the last week with relatives in Waukegan and Gurnee.

Arthur Irish's condition is slowly improving from his recent illness.

Robert Bruckner has the measles.

Mrs. Erwin Fuller is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Hopson, in Rock Island.

Mrs. Earl Edwards, River Forest, spent the end of the week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Webb.

Mr. and Mrs. Charles Marshall, Chicago, spent Saturday and Sunday with the latter's aunt, Mrs. J. H. Bonner.

Glenn Nelson spent the last week in Chicago.

Ruth Barber, Silver Lake, Wisconsin, Josephine Work, Escanaba, Michigan; Janice Grutzmacher, and Eunice Blott, Mukwonago, Wisconsin, all students of Milwaukee Downer college, spent the end of the week with Miss Doris Jamison.

Mr. and Mrs. D. H. Minto and children and Mr. and Mrs. Pierstorff, and daughters drove to Beloit, Wisconsin, Monday and attended the commencement exercises. Miss Catherine Minto was a member of the graduating class.

D. B. Webb has been ill with flu the last week.

Childrens' Day exercises will be held at the church Sunday morning, June 23, at 10:30 o'clock.

A miscellaneous shower was given for Miss Lillian Strohal at the hall Monday evening.

Mr. and Mrs. George White and Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Denman drove to Beloit Monday.

Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Martin and son, Richard, were entertained at the Achen home, Kenosha, Sunday.

The annual conference of Congregational churches of Lake county will be held at Half Day Friday, June 21.

The Misses Catherine and Ruth Minto returned from Beloit Monday evening for their summer vacation.

The organized Adult Bible class will give a lawn sociable on Carl Anderson's lawn Tuesday night, June 25.

Antioch News27 June 1929
Ceremony is Performed in Church Monday Morning At 10:30
Monday morning, June 24, at 10:30 o'clock a pretty wedding was solemnized in Millburn church when Miss Lillian Strohal, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Strohal became the bride of Charles Lucas, second son of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Lucas, Wadsworth. The church was beautifully decorated with ferns and peonies with a large arch of ferns and white roses. Before the ceremony, Mrs. E. A. Martin and Richard Martin played several organ and violin duets. Mrs. George White gave two vocal selections, after which the bridal party entered to the strains of the Lohengrin Wedding March which was played by Mrs. Frank Edwards. The bridegroom was attended by Phil Anderson. Lester Lucas, Wadsworth, and Joseph Hansen, Wadsworth, were ushers. Miss Viola Alshouse and Miss Doris Jamison, Millburn, and Miss Julia Suchy, Cary, were bridesmaids and Mrs. Viola Yukel, Chicago, was matron of honor. The bride was beautifully gowned in satin and lace, and a bride's veil. She entered the church on the arm of her father preceded by Gloria Yukel, Chicago, who scattered rose petals before the bride. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. A. H. Pierstorff. After the ceremony 40 invited guests partook of the wedding dinner at the Strohal home. The bride and bridegroom left Thursday for a trip through Iowa and Wisconsin after which they will be at home to their many friends at the Stohal home. Those present from a distance were: Mrs. Violet Yukel and daughter, Gloria, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Hammer, Mrs. J. Sedlacek, Miss Grace Sedlacek, all of Chicago; Mrs. D. Tauba, and Charless Neff, Kenosha; and Mr. and Mrs. Johnson, Libertyville, and Miss Julia Suchy, Cary.

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Cosgrove and Miss Helen Neahous, Chicago, spent Sunday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. Neahous. Mr. and Mrs. Cosgrove start this week for an automobile trip through the east. Mrs. Neahous will accompany them as far as Jackson, Michigan, where she will visit her sister for 10 days.

Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Denman and daughters spent Sunday with the Benwell family in McHenry.

Carl Pierstorff, Richland Center, Wisconsin, is spending some time with his uncle, A. H. Pierstorff.

A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Arthur E. Boyer, Wednesday, June 19.

Children's Day services at the church were well attended. A pantomine, "The Happy Road," was presented. John Donald Irving, infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Max Irving, was baptized.

Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Torfin and children spent Saturday in Chicago.

Nineteen boys and girls, graduates from Millburn school in 1927, 1928, and 1929, were given a pleasant day last Wednesday when Miss Madlyn Sheehan, teacher, took them to Lake Geneva. A picnic dinner was furnished by Miss Sheehan.

Mrs. Dalrymple, Lake Villa, is visiting Mrs. H. E. Jamison.

Mr. and Mrs. Buchert entertained company from Chicago Sunday.

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