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Barrington Column Transcription, January 17, 1891

Saturday, January 17, 1891

BARRINGTON.

CHURCH AND SOCIETY NOTICES.

S. of V.-meet at Colburn’s hall, third Tuesday of each month. F. O. Willmarth, Captain; Albert Ulitsch, First Sergeant.

BAPTIST CHURCH-Mr. Henry, Pastor. Services every Sunday at 10:30 a. m. Evening services at 7:30 p. m. Sabbath School 12 m.

ST. ANNE’S CATHOLIC CHURCH-Rev. E. A. Goulet, Pastor. Services every other Sunday at 9 o’clock A. M.

METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH-Rev. Wm. Clark, Pastor. Services every Sunday at 10:30 A. M. and 7:30 P. M. Sabbath school at 12 M. Class meeting at 7 P. M.

GERMAN EVANGELICAL CHURCH-Rev. A. Schuester, Pastor. Services every Sunday at 10:30 A. M. Evening service at 7:30 P. M. Sabbath school at 9 A. M.

GERMAN EVANGELICAL ST. PAUL’S CHURCH-Rev. E. Rahn, Pastor. Services every Sunday at 10:30 A. M. Sabbath school at 9:30 A. M.

LOUNSBURY LODGE, No. 751,-meets at their hall the second and fourth Saturdays of each month. C. H. Austin, W. M.; A. Gleason, S. W.; C. H. Lines, J. W.; H. T. Abbott, Treas.; F. O. Willmarth, Sec.; L. A. Powers, S. D.; Albert Ulitsch, J. D.; Stewart Miller, T.

BARRINGTON POST, No. 275, G. A. R. Department of Ill.-meet every second Friday in the month, at Colburn’s Hall.  F. J. Buck, Commander; R. Purcell, S. V. C.; Fred Weisman, J. V. C.; L. Krahn, S.; Stewart Miller, Chaplain; A. Gleason, Q. M.; A. S.
Henderson, D.; C. G. Senn, O. G.

W. R. C., No. 85-meet the second and fourth Wednesday of each
month.  Mrs. R. Lombard, Pres. Miss R. Brockway, Sec.

M. W. A., No. 809-meet first and third Saturday of each month, at Lamey’s Hall.  D. A. Smith, V. C.; John Robertson, W. A.; C. H. Kendall, E. B.; C. H. Austin, Clerk; H.
K. Brockway, E.; Fred. Kirschner, W.; Wm. Antholtz, S.

C. V. Bogart is working in town.

Frank Wolthansen spent last Sunday at Elgin.

C. H. Austin went to Springfield Monday on busines.

Mark Bennett, of Chicago, was here on business Tuesday.

Mrs. L. Golden returned home Saturday from her visit in Chicago.

Dr. Sherwood, of Carpentersville, is visiting at Mr. Jackson’s.

H. A. Harden has built a new picket fence in front of his residence.

Mrs. Colby, of Libertyville, was at the installation Wednesday night.

Miss Ella Bubert, of Northfield, Ill., is visiting at Mr. Louis Elfring’s.

For Sale-C. J. Dodge’s place, inquire of M. W. Dodge, Barrington, Ill.

Wm. Hartman and wife, of Chicago, visited friends here during the week.

Mr. Jamholtz’s team ran away Monday but fortunately no damage was done.

C. A. Alberding and Frank Wolthausen are to leave here soon to clerk in Elgin.

Miss Minne Neindoref, of Elgin, attended the funeral of Mr. Pahlke last week.

Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert, of Wauconda, visited at Mr. L. E. Runyan’s Wednesday.

Mr. Louis Dresselhause of Manchester, Michigan, visited relatives here this week.

Mr. H. Geiske and daughter, Miss Ida, spent this week with friends at Wheeling.

Mr. and Mrs. Dempster, of Carpentersville, visited at Shubal Kingsley’s last week.

It is reported that W. Smiley has bought out Edward Peters’ interest in the meat market.

Charles Meyer went to Wheeling Monday to spend a few days with Mr. A. H. Boehmer.

The ice houses are being filled with a crop of ice which is 8 inches in thickness and very clear.

Mr. Louis Geiske and family visited Mr. James Custer and other friends in Chicago during the past week.

Mrs. Chas. Otis and daughter Grace went to Chicago Sunday, to witness the baptism of her daughter Maude.

Some of our young people attended the play at Dundee, last Friday night given under the auspices of the S. of V.

Mr. F. C. Richardson, his son Kenneth and daughter Lizzie, of Chicago, attended the Masonic Banquet Saturday evening.

Rev. W. B. Frazelle started for Demorest, Ga., to visit his wife and daughter and attend the Methodist conference at that place.

There is some talk of building a hall here 100 × 60 feet, which if built will be a great benefit to the town. How many shares will you take?

Charles Heimerdinger, of Vulcan, Michigan, arrived here Saturday evening, and attended the banquet given by Lounsbury Lodge, A. F. and A. M.

The young folks tendered Frank and Tillie Krahn a surprise party Friday evening of last week; a pleasant time was had by those who attended.

Mrs. Thos. Freeman and Frank Hawley’s little boy, who have been quite sick, are improving under the skillful treatment of Dr. C. H. Kendell.

The funeral of Mrs. Aug. Pahlka occurred Thursday at 10:30 o’clock last week at the German Evangelical Church. Rev. Wm. Schnester officiating.

Mr. and Mrs. J. Catlow entertained a number of their friends at their new home Friday of last week. John Edward Catlow’s baby was baptised that day.

Died-January 11th, 1891, Anna Wendt only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Wendt, age 3 yrs. 10 mos. Measels reported as cause of death. Funeral occurred Tuesday.

A run away occurred Thursday and headed towards the funeral procession of Mrs. A. Gerber, but the driver of the hearse turned in at Mr. Applebee’s place and avoided an accident.

At a meeting of the members of St. Paul’s Church held Tuesday the following officers were elected: G. Heunerdinger, President; H. Rieck, Secretary; Fred Reese, Treasurer; and August Krueger, Janitor.

Geo. Froelick has rented one of Mr. Sherman’s houses. Fred Brasel is making preparations to occupy another of Mr. Sherman’s cottages and it is reported that Chas. Lederle has rented one of Wm. Collen’s houses.

Farm for Sale-On reasonable terms containing 105 acres, with running spring on Des Plaines river and Milwaukee ave wood-land and pasture on the east side of the river; under good state of cultivation, located near Libertyvill, Lake Co., Ill. Address owner, D. N. Haven, Barrinnton, Ill. or O. D. Haven, Libertyville, Ill. 8-34
The Barrington G. A. R. Post. No. 275, W. R. C., No. 85, and S. of V. No. 323, held a public installation of officers at the M. E. Church January 7th, Mr. E. R. Clark, Past Commander of this Post, acted as the installing officers, were installed in their respected places. The audience then retired to the lecture room where they were furnished with a New England supper by the W. R. C. ladies. A large number were present from Crystal Lake, Palatine and other neighboring towns. The evening passed off pleasantly and a neat little sum was realized.