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June, 1933

Antioch News1 June 1933
Rev. A. H. Pierstorff conducted the services at the Methodist Church in Grayslake on Sunday, during the absence of the Rev. Mr. McKeown, who was called away by the death of his father.

Mrs. Archie Webb entertained her Bridge Club at her home Thursday afternoon.

Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Pessinc and family of Milwaukee were guests for dinner at the E. A. Martin home on Sunday.

Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Bonner and Miss Vivien Bonner spent Thursday afternoon with relatives in Lake Forest.

Walter Weller and son, Dale, of Three Oaks, Mich., spent Thursday at the L. S. Bonner home.

Mrs. Beck of Evanston is visiting her daughter, Mrs. A. H. Pierstorff.

Barbara Bock is spending her vacation with her sisters in Chicago.

The Young people enjoyed a wiener roast at the C. E. social held at Lloyd Atwell's last Friday evening.

Miss Doris Jamison of St. Luke's Hospital, Chicago, spent the week-end at her home here.

The memorial exercises held at the cemetery on Tuesday were well attended. George White was chosen chairman for 1934.

Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Denman and family of McHenry called on old friends here Sunday.

Antioch News15 June 1933
Miss Lelah Webb,
Born at Hickory,
Dies at Sister's Home, Waukegan
Miss Lelah Webb, a former Hickory Corners girl, died in Waukegan Wednesday morning at the home of her sister, Genevieve Webb. She has been a teacher in Lake County, also New York and Indiana schools for the past thirty years.
Miss Webb was born at Hickory Corners, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Webb. She is survived by two sisters, the one with whom she resided, and Mrs. Josie Brown of Dallas, Tex., and a brother, Ira of Great Falls, Mont.
Funeral services will be held Friday at 2 o'clock. The Rev. J. B. Martin, pastor of the M. E. Church will officiate. Interment will be made at the family lot in Union Cemetery, Hickory.

Miss Minto Discusses Seams and Dresses
Miss Ruth Minto, leader of the Cheerful Stitchers' 4-H Club discussed types of seams with the beginners and the dresses and underwear which will be made with the second year members, at the meeting held last week at the Oakland school house. Margaret Pierstorff, who has the measles, was unable to attend the meeting.
Antioch News22 June 1933
Mrs. John Irving Buried at Millburn Cemetery
Funeral services were held Monday afternoon at Millburn Congregational church for Mrs. John Irving who died Friday at the home of her daughter, Mrs. L. Ryckman, Waukegan. The Rev. S. W. Chidester of the Waukegan Presbyterian Church officiated.
Mrs. Irving, who had been a resident of Lake County for 46 years, was a member of the Millburn Eastern Star. She is survived by her husband, and ten children who are: John L. of Wadsworth; Mrs. Mabel Patton, Amarillo, Tex.; Mrs. Sadie Cevey, Kenosha; Mrs. Belle Summers, Muscatine, Ia.; Mrs. Carrie Shirey, Junius, S. D. and McAlister of Antioch Township, Mrs. Jane Salisbury, Mrs. Vera Ryckman, Mrs. Irma Schneidt and Warren H. all of Waukegan.

The Hickory Unit of the Home Bureau met at the home of Mrs. Gordon Bonner on Thursday with 14 members and five guests present. The minor lesson, "The Selection and Arrangement of Pictures," was given by Mrs. George Vose. The major lesson, "Planning of Meals," was given by Mrs. Frank Kennedy and Miss Vivien Bonner. The next meeting will be at the home of Mrs. Harold Minto on July 20th.

A Christian Endeavor Social will be held at the home of Miss Evelyn Miller at Sand Lake Friday evening.

D. G. White of Grayslake and Miss Cora White of Grayslake were guests for dinner at the J. S. Denman home on Sunday.

Ruth Edwards of Garfield Park Hospital is spending a two weeks vacation at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. G. Edwards.

F. G. Edwards and D. B. Webb motored to River Forest and called at the Earle Edwards home.

Mrs. O. Anderson, Philip and Margaret Anderson, Mrs. George Olson and Edward Anderson of Waukegan left Tuesday morning for an auto trip into Canada.

John Trotter and son, John, Jr., of Madison, S. Dak., Mr. and Mrs. Hollenbeck of Madison and Mrs. Carrie Shirley of Junus, S. D., called here by the death of the latter's mother, Mrs. John Irving, are spending a few weeks with relatives.

Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Cartano spent Friday evening in Chicago.

Miss Irene Barstow of California by the death of the ___________________

Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Simmons and son of Niles Center, Mrs. Gertrude Clark, son and grandson of Evanston were callers at the George Edwards home Sunday afternoon.

Mrs. J. Caluf spent several days with Mrs. Alvin Griffin at Grange Hall.

Mr. and Mrs. Dan Cutler of Russell called at the George Edwards home Sunday afternoon.

Miss Katharine Minto is attending school at Madison, Wis., this summer.

Antioch News29 June 1933
The Mothers' Auxiliary of the DeMolay were entertained at the home of Mrs. E. A. Martin on Wednesday afternoon. Bridge and five hundred were played. At 6:30 o'clock 100 DeMolay boys and their guests joined them in a pot luck supper.

Mrs. Eva Alling entertained the Bridge Club at the home of Mrs. Frank Edwards on Friday afternoon.

Hungry thieves broke the front window of the E. A. Martin store Sunday night and helped themselves to ham, bacon, flour and other food.

Mr. and Mrs. David Pullen and son, Kenneth, of Hickory were callers at the D. B. Webb home Wednesday afternoon.

Mr. and Mrs. George Edwards and Mrs. Eva Alling were callers at the Charles Edwards home at Russell.

Misses Alice, Bernice, Helen and Mildred Bauman, Ruth and Grace Holdridge spent Tuesday at the Century of Progress.

A large crowd enjoyed the lawn social at the home of Evelyn Miller at Sand Lake, Friday evening.

Be sure to go to Grayslake on Friday evening to hear Earl C. Smith, President of the I. A. A., discuss the Farm Relief Measures and the progress of farm organizations. The Home Bureau is staging a wedding gown review the same evening. This meeting will be in the auditorium of the Grayslake school.

Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Bonner and family spent Sunday afternoon at the Victor Strang home in Waukegan.

Mrs. Mina Gilbert of Waukegan, is spending a few weeks with her niece, Miss Annie McCredie, during the absence of Miss Dodge.

Mrs. Ray Harmer and son, Robert, Mrs. Madge Tebbins and son, Wendell, of Waukegan, spent Thursday afternoon with Mrs. Ida Truax.

Mrs. A. W. Safford, Miss Clara Foote, Miss Helen Safford of Chicago, and Mrs. R. L. Wheaton of Wheaton, Ill., spent Thursday calling on old friends here.

Miss Edith Holden is visiting friends in Indianapolis.

Mrs. E. E. Denman and daughters of McHenry spent Sunday afternoon at the W. M. Bonner home.

John Trotter and son, John, Jr. of Madison, S. D., spent the past week with his sister, Mrs. Clarence Bonner.

Miss May Dodge, who has spent the past year with Miss Annie McCredie, left Friday for a few weeks vacation at her home in Peoria.

Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Bonner and sons spent Saturday and Sunday at the Beaumont home at Kansasville. They attended the Beaumont family reunion on Saturday, when 89 relatives gathered for dinner and supper.

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