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Pittsfield

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Parent Issue
Day
22
Month
May
Year
1891
Copyright
Public Domain
OCR Text

Henry Paul has removed the fence and set out a fine row of apple trees along the street. Oats sown this season have not made a large growth. Some, in fact, are not yet up. Henry Preston and Miss Mary Preston have charge of the Sunday school in the Sutherland district. Grain and grass, while looking well yet, are not as forward accordingly as one month ago. Rain is needed. Fred Mills has removed his family to Ann Arbor and is aSsisting in the completion of the new hospital building. N. E. Freer, of the law department, was the guest of Fred. Webb, of Pitttfield, over Saturday and Sunday last. The Pittsfield Union Sunday School under the superintendence of W. J. Canfield, is gotng on as usual with a large attendance. There was a heavy frost in this vicinity last Sunday morning. Some damage done. The young partly formed leaves on the young oak and hickory trees were killed to a certain extent. Mrs. E. B. Griffith, of Jackson, has been spending a few days with her aunt, Mrs. Stephen Mills, and left there Monday for New York, from which place she sails this week for Europe to spend the summer.