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Dexter

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Parent Issue
Day
11
Month
August
Year
1893
Copyright
Public Domain
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Mr. and Mts. Chas. Conrad spent Saturday and Sunday with relatives in Livingston County. W. Taylor and cousin spent Sunday with their many friends near Emery. Mr. Schauffle and family entertained relatives from abroad last Sunday. George Reade jr. will start in a few days for the White City to view the World's Fair. Mr. and Mrs. John Sheehan and family, of Hamburg, spent Sunday with her mother. Mr. and Mrs. P. Lavey had a number of their friends dine with them on Sunday. Mr. E. Ferris and family entertained friends, from Howell, the first of the week. The Misses Bennett have been entertaining friends from Ann Arbor, the past week. John McGuinness, of Pinckney, was here on business, Friday. A number from here attended the picnic at Cavanaugh Lake Wednesday. The McCabes and Reids with some of their friends spent Saturday at the lakes. Byron Green and family are enoying a visit from friends from abroad for a week. The Misses Fleming had the pleasure of entertaining some of their friends Saturday evening. Geo. Boyden has erected a fine new wind mili on his farm. Miss Libbie O'NeilI is entertainIng her friend for a short time. Mrs. Vernam entertained friends :rom Iosco, over Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Sears spent Sunday with friends in Pinckney. Miss Hettie Foran entertained a 'riend last Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. E. Stanton spent Sunday with her parents in Lima. Mr. and Mrs. S. Teeple, of Ham)urg, spent Sunday in this place. P. Walsh, of Silver Lake, was ïere on business Monday. John Harris of wife, of Putnam, pent Sunday at A. Taylor's. N. Reid visited friends in Scio, Sunday. A family from Detroit are soon to Decome residents of Birkett. Miss Edna Mowers entertained a riend Sunday. Mr. Bishop, of Mason, is visiting lis daughter for a few weeks. C. M. Hicks and family have been entertaining their cousins. Miss Cynthia Carpenter visited in Pinckney the first of the week. Miss Hattie Lucas spent Thursday as the guest of Ann Arbor :riends. T. Birkett is making improvements on his mili property. George Clark, of Hamburg, made us a pleasant cali Wednesday. P. Sloan was at the lakes on Thursday. Mr. Taylor and daughter spent Thursday with Chelsea relatives. R. C. Reeves and family have jeen at the lakes the past week. J. Lee and F. Sleator spent Thursday with friends in Chelsea. H. and J. Schieferstein were in Hamburg, Friday and Saturday. Mrs. P. Fleming entertained her sister from Podunk, Wednesday. Miss Anna Miller, of Pinckney, ïas been visiting her uncle and :amily for several days. Misses Ida and Etta Stevens, of Stockbridge, were visiting friends here the last of the week. Quite a number from here attended the Maccabee picnic at Whitmore Lake, Thursday. The young people of Hamburg, broke up camp at the bluffs the first of the week. Miss May Guiñón has been visiting her cousins here. Tramps entered the house of George Holmes last Tuesday afternoon relieving Mrs. Holmes of a gold watch, also entered Mrs. T. Johnson's house taking $12. They were arrested and taken to the county ja.il. Davis Bro's with a number of their relatives are camping at their new cottage at the Portage. W. J. Keal returned to Chicago the first of the week after a short visit with his family in the village. The Germans held their annual picnic in Jewell's grove, a large crowd being present. All had an enjoyable time. Mr. Birkett is busy engaged in harvesting his peaches, and reports a fine erop. Mrs. Thomas Peatt died at her home in Dexter village, Sunday, July 30, 1893. The funeral took place from the house, Tuesday afternoon, August ist, 1893. Rev. F. E. Pearce of the M. E. church officiating. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Carpenter entertained friends from Lansing, last week. A. Dancer visited North Lake the last of the week. Chas. Rockwell, of Fosters, visited here several days last week. Miss Minnie Campbell and her brother Frank, are spending the week with relatives in Dixboro. E. Campbell spent Saturday and Sunday with relatives in Superior. Mr. and Mrs. Roberts, of Flushing, are the guests of friends, here. H. W. Newkirk and wife and girl have each a new bicycle. Miss Mabel Moore, of Texas, has come to spend the summer with her mother and brother. Fred Waite, of Washington, is visiting his aunt also making arrangements to enter the University next year. Mr. and Mrs. B. Hopkins were at Lyndon, Sunday, to visit his brother there. Miss Mary Burr is visiting relatives in Ypsilanti for a few days. George Gray and sister Miss Marión, of Alpena are visiting their cousins here. George Sill and wife, of Detroit, visited their son and family the past week. Dr. Morris, of Bay City, made his brother a visit last week. The social circle, of the M. E. church, met at the home of Mrs. J. Hall's, Wednesday afternoon. Mr. W. Cobb was looking after the interests of 200 campers last week. Miss Nellie Bennett, of Owosso, accompanied by her cousin was the guest of Miss Sarah Taylor, Monday. Miss Maud Barber has returned home after several days stay with friends in Hamburg. Miss M. E. McCabe, of Green Oak, is visiting her cousins for a few days. The Misses McCourt, of Northfield, spent Saturday with friends. Mrs. R. Erwin and daughter Miss Carrie, started Wednesday, for London, Ont., to spènd a month with relatives. No services will be held at the Baptist church during this month. Mr. and Mrs. H. Williams, of Ann Arbor, are visiting their parents. Floyd Vanriper has returned to his home in Fowlerville after several days visits with relatives in this place. John Hill was a Pinckney visitor on Monday. Mr. and Airs. J. Parsons and amily, of Webster, spent Sunday with friends here. Miss Lucy Courtney, of Podunk, s spending a few days with her uncle and family. George Stoll sr. had the misforune to cut his leg quite badly with a scythe one day last week. Two large loads of Ann Arbor people passed here Sunday morning at daybreak on their way to the akes. Mrs. H. McCabe and daughter "lorence visited her sister in Podunk, Vlonday. Mr. Fred Warner and son visited n Marión the past week.

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Ann Arbor Argus
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