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Children's day services, with a short playlet, "At the Cross Roads" will be held at Millburn church at 10 o'clock on Sunday, June 8.
Mrs. Earl Edwards with her daughter, Mrs. John Dickey and son of River Forest visited with the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Webb over the week-end.
Mrs. Mabel Adams Pessinc and children, Chicago, spent several days with her uncle's family, Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Martin.
Mrs. W. B. Stewart, Waukegan, spent Memorial Day at the J. H. Bonner home.
Miss Doris Jamison, Milwaukee Downer college, with her roommate, Miss Morrison spent Friday at the Dr. Jamison home. Miss Jamison spent Saturday and Sunday with Miss Morrison at her home in Evanston.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bonner and sons spent Sunday with Mrs. Bonner's parents at Kansasville, Wis.
Mrs. Wm. McCarthy spent several days with her brother, Lee Stevens, Richland Center, Wis.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Millard, Chicago, attended church services here Sunday and were entertained at the home of J. S. Denman. Mr. Millard is a son of Rev. N. A. Millard, who was pastor of Millburn church from 1887 to 1890.
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Slocum, Waukegan, spent Memorial Day with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. L .J. Slocum.
Misses Vinnie Jamison, Berwyn, Ill., and Alice Jamison, Racine, Wis., spent Friday with Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Bonner and attended the Memorial exercises at the cemetery.
The regular meeting of the Ladies' Aid has been postponed until June 12, when there will be a display of quilts in the church parlor, followed by supper at five o'clock. Anyone having quilts, either old or modern, are asked to bring them. For further information inquire of the committee, Mrs. A. H. Pierstorff, Miss Vivien Bonner, Mrs. Emmett King and Mrs. L. J. Slocum.
The New-Bean-Mill-Hicks 4-H club held their second meeting June 2, at the home of Mrs. W. A. Bonner. There are 13 members and all were present. After the business meeting Ruth Wells gave a talk on "The Necessity of Clean Underwear." The rest of the afternoon was spent darning and patching. Helen Bauman, reporter.
Miss Grace Holdridge, Waukegan, visited her cousins at Lewis Bauman's this week.
Mrs. Jessie Low, accompanied by her niece's family, Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Mayer and daughter of Chicago, left Friday for Toronto, Canada, where they will visit their niece and cousin.
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Denman of Gurnee, Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Denman and sons of Waukegan attended the Children's day service Sunday and were entertained at the Edwin Denman home for dinner.
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Jones of Gurnee were entertained at the L. S. Bonner home Tuesday.
Mrs. Dorothy Brown and little son, who have been housekeeper at the S. L. LeVoy home for several months, left Sunday for her home at Manhattan, Ill.
The Christian Endeavor business meeting for June was held at the home of Homer and Ward Edwards Friday evening with a large attendance.
John Eichinger, who was painfully injured two weeks ago while starting his pumping engine, is still seriously ill.
Six young people, Alice and Bernice Bauman, Ruth Edwards, Ethel McGuire, Kenneth Denman and Richard Martin, from Christian Endeavor society, left Wednesday for Sawyer, Michigan, where they will attend the Tower Hill summer conference for one week.
Mrs. George Gerrity of Mukwonago, Wis., spent several days at the John Eichinger home recently.
The quilt display sponsored by the June committee of the Ladies' Aid last Thursday was a great success. Over seventy quilts, old and modern, were shown. A short program was given and supper was served to about 100.
Mrs. Thomas Anderson and Mrs. W. B. Stewart of Waukegan spent Thursday with Mrs. E. A. Martin and attended the Ladies' Aid meeting.
The alumni of Millburn school with Miss Madalyn Sheehan enjoyed a day's outing last Thursday, with a picnic dinner at Lake Forest and a theatre party in Waukegan.
Mrs. Dalrymple, Lake Villa, spent the past week with Mrs. H. E. Jamison.
Mrs. Eva Ahling spent the past week in Chicago.
Twenty members of the Millburn church attended the sixty- second June meeting of Congregational churches held at Ivanhoe Tuesday.
The adult Bible class will give an ice cream social at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Bonner Wednesday evening.
The New-Bean-Mill-Hicks held their third meeting on Wednesday, June 18, with twelve members present and their leaders, Mrs. Emmett King and Mrs. W. A. Bonner. Helen Bauman gave a report on "Standard Cleanliness" and Verne Denman spoke on "Care of Hair and Finger Nails."
Mrs. John Smith, of Chicago, with her two children are spending the summer at the home of her mother, Mrs. Thos. McCann, near Millburn.
Miss Mary McCann left Monday for Milwaukee, where she will take a six-weeks summer course at the Normal there.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Erwin, Waukegan, were callers Sunday at the George Edwards home.
Mrs. Earl Edwards, son Marc, and daughter, Mrs. John Dickey, and son are visiting at the D. B. Webb home.
Miss Helen Bauman spent several days recently with her cousin, Dorothy Larsen, in Waukegan.
Rev. Ralph Harris, Mrs. Sheldon A. Harris, and Mrs. George W. Dodge of Oak Park called on old friends here Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. George Beaumont and son spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bonner.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bonner attended the funeral of the latter's cousin, Albert Ludman, at Rochester, Wisconsin.
Mrs. Peter Strang, Waukegan, is visiting at the Walter Lucas home.
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