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The Book Club met at the home of Jean Bonner on Monday evening with seven members and five visitors present. Plans were made for an open meeting, where motion pictures on the League of Nations will be shown. The time and place of this meeting will be announced later.
The Rev. Mr. Holden, with his friends Dr. Laidman and the Rev. Mr. McBride were guests for dinner at the J. S. Denman home on Sunday. Dr. Laidman gave the sermon at the morning service, which was enjoyed by all. The beautiful flowers at this service were furnished by Mrs. E. A. Martin, Mrs. H. E. Jamison and Mrs. W. A. Bonner.
Mrs. Marguerite Griffin of Salem, Wis., was a week-end guest at the home of her friend, Grace Denman.
The Christian Endeavor business meeting will be held at the home of Miss Ruth Minto on Friday evening, May 5.
Misses Horrell and Olson, teachers in Warren Township High School were guests for dinner at the C. E. Bonner home Monday evening, and attended the meeting of the Book Club.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Kaluf are making their home with their daughter, Mrs. F. G. Edwards for the present.
Mrs. A. G. Hughes, who has been having a painful and serious experience with infection in her hand, expects to return home from Victory Memorial Hospital this week.
Geraldine Bonner was awarded second place in the typing contest held at Aurora last Saturday.
Word was received Thursday morning from Madison, S. Dak., of the death of Mrs. Lizzie Irving Trotter, wife of John P. Trotter, former residents of Millburn. Mrs. Trotter had been in poor health for the past year. Besides her husband, she leaves six daughters, one son, two grandchildren, also her mother, Mrs. John Irving of Hickory, seven sisters and three brothers, her father and eldest brother preceding her in death five years ago. Burial was at Madison, S. Dakota.
An entertainment will be held at the church Monday evening, May 22, under the auspices of the Book Club. A short musical program will be given and motion pictures featuring the League of Nations will be shown. No admission will be charged and the public is cordially invited to attend.
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Stiles and daughter of Evanston were callers at the Gordon Bonner home on Saturday.
The C. E. business meeting was held at the home of Ruth Minto Friday evening. The following officers were elected: President, Marian Edwards; Vice President, Kenneth Denman; Secretary, Grace Denman; Treasurer, Ralph McGuire.
Miss Ruth Edwards of Garfield Park Hospital spent Friday and Saturday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. G. Edwards.
The Ladies Aid Society met at the church on Thursday afternoon with a good attendance of about 60 at the supper.
Miss Katherine Koertge and her Sunday School class of High School girls enjoyed a hike and wiener roast on Saturday afternoon.
Mrs. Lewis Bauman and daughters, Alice, Helen and Mildred, also Eric Anderson drive to DeKalb on Sunday, where Mrs. Bauman was a guest of her daughter, Bernice, at the Mother's Day dinner.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Lange of Chicago spent the week-end with the Carl Anderson family.
The Harry Lossman and George Olson families of Waukegan, and Mr. and Mrs. Max Irving and son of Hickory called on their mother, Mrs. O. Anderson, on Mother's Day.
Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Torfin and family spent Saturday in Park Ridge.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Erwin, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Edwards of Waukegan, Mr. and Mrs. Warren Edwards and family of Wadsworth spent Sunday afternoon at George Edwards.
Memorial Day program is being prepared to be given at the cemetery on May 30th at two o'clock standard time.
Practice for children in the Childrens' Day program will be held at the church on Saturday afternoon.
The Rev. Mr. Holden was entertained at the George White home this week-end.
Mrs. R. C. Finley entertained her bridge club at her home in Gurnee Friday afternoon.
Miss Doris Jamison of St. Luke's hospital, Chicago, spent the week-end with her parents, Dr. and Mrs. H. E. Jamison.
Misses Annie McCredie and May Dodge were guests for dinner at the W. M. Bonner home on Sunday.
Mrs. Beck of Evanston spent several days with her daughter, Mrs. A. H. Pierstorff.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Keefe and daughter Barbara of Druce's Lake spent Sunday evening at F. G. Edwards' home.
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Denman of Gurnee attended the Mother's Day service on Sunday and were guests for dinner at the home of their daughter, Mrs. W. A. Bonner.
Memorial Day program will be given at Millburn cemetery on May 30th at 2 o'clock, standard time.
Millburn school closes Friday with a picnic at the school and a program in the afternoon. Miss Koertge, who has been engaged to teach the school another year, leaves for her home near Olney, Ill., on Friday night.
Mrs. Archie Webb will entertain the Bridge Club at her home on Thursday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Groebli and son, Harold, spent Saturday in Chicago.
Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Bonner and daughter, Lois, Misses Annie McCredie and May Dodge spent Sunday afternoon at the R. G. Murrie home at Russell.
The Millburn Book Club gave the community an interesting and instructive entertainment on Monday evening with the motion picture, "Seeing the League of Nations," also several numbers by the male quartet from Waukegan High School and several readings by Richard Martin.
Marian Edwards spent the past week at the R. C. Finley home in Gurnee.
Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Martin and son, Richard, spent the week-end at Appleton, Wis.
Mr. and Mrs. William Findlay and son of Evanston called at the J. H. Bonner home Sunday afternoon.
Fred Cribb taken to Victory Memorial Hospital Waukegan last week suffering from lockjaw, is making slow progress in his recovery from his illness, but his condition is slightly better the past few days.
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