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John Robertir. is entertain ing his chum. Will Pidd i'iieilaincd bis friend last ! Saturday. Frank Agin jsited An'n Arbor last I Wednesday. Mrs. ThursUl is visiting relatives in Ann Arbor. Mr. Swarthcit, of Pinckney, was here Thursday. ; Mr. Smith, ofknn Arbor, spent Friday in this piad Chas. Chambihüu entertaiued liis friend last weel. Miss Pearce, tj! Hamburg, spent Friday ia this plae; W. Moran, of pinckney, made us a cali last Tuesd.y. Miss Connorsipent Friday with lier brother and famly. Dan Iloey mide a short cali on Birkett friends FrdayMrs. Blade Oent Monday with her daughter and limily. G. Andrews vas among his Chelsea friends last Thirsday. P. Sloan mad? his Pinckney friends a short cali on ?uesday. Patrick Laver made a business trip to Pinckney, Tmrsday. John Pidd anl wife are entertaining relatives for a áw days. Richard McQiillan, of Lansing, visited his brothertast week. Mr. Telford his returned home after a few weeks' stay in Ohio. L. llodman spent the first of the week in Livingston county. H. Bentz anï sister entertained friends, Tbursdiy evening. "Will Leverett, of Pettysville, was the guest of fritnds Friday. Mrs. John ledvedge entertained some of her friends Tuesday. Miss Anna Les entertained some of her friends, Tuesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Carpenter spent Sunday with Scio friends. Mr. Ilasson and son, of Iosco, shook hands with old friends Saturday. Mrs. P. ttuinon visited relatives at Silver Lake the ürst of the week. Will Hudson and sisters, of North Webster, visiúed here last Friday. Mr. and Mrs. O. McClain entertained some of their relatives Sunday. Fred and Lew Straith, of Ann Arbor, are the guests of their cousins. Miss Tessie Sweetman has been visiting her sister and family in Marión. Mrs. Robbins entertained her father from Ypsilanti the last of the week. J. H. Hooker and mother, of Pettysville, spent Wednesday in this place. Mrs. Wm. Carpenter spent Friday with her parents in Livingston county. Miss E. Bross has opened dressmaking parlors at her home in this village. John Scheiferstein is entertaining his friend from Detroit for a few days. Mr. and Mrs. Schauffie, of Chelsea, spent Thursday with their daughter. H. L. Stoup, of Ypsilanti, spent Saturday and Sunday in this vicinity. Mrs. Stevens Ú entertaining her grand children from the University city. Will Taylor and mother spent Saturday and Sunday with Northfield relatives. Miss Maud Blade, of Pettysville, has been the guest of her sister the past week. Messrs. J. Lyrnan and G. Smith were Pinckney visitors the first of the week. Will Dolan and C. McGuinness attended the Pinckney dance Friday night. D. Stanton has returned home after several weeks' stay with his cousins in Mason. O. A. Vaughn and wife entertained a number of their Webster friends Sunday. Mrs. Wm. Ryan and son, of Silver Lake, called on their Dexter friends, Tuesday. The entertainment a,t the opera house last Friday evening was well attended. Mrs. F. Whitehead and mother, Mrs. Barrett, of Pinckney, speut Sunday at A. Taylor's. John Firth, of Owosso, is spending a ie w days with his naany friends in this vicinity. A number of the young people from here attended the dance at Hamburg Friday night. The social at C. Carpeuter's netted $4.50 for the benefit of the Birkett Sunday school. Chas. Carr, of Hastings. a former Dexter boy, spent the past week looking after old friends. Supt. Cavanaugh, of Ann Arbor, has been making his rounds to the schools in this vicinity the past week. Mrs. H. W. Newkirk and Mrs. S. Newkirk were the guests of Ann Arbor friends one day last week. The dance at S. Thurston's last Friday evening was attended by a number from Ann Arbor and Pinckney. The masquerade given by the young bachelors of Hudson at their opera hall last Friday evening was a grand affair. Sixty couples were present.


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