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G. Wuerthner, of Tecumseh, visited his parents on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Keek, of Scio, visited i j at Mrs. Kurfess' over Sunday. Fred Kalmbach lias taken i position :s clerk with Schaker & Millen, Ann ; Arbor. Miss Julia Conklin has gone to ii silunti to take a course at the Normal { schooi. Miss Emma Schultz went to Adrián V Saturday to spend a few days visiting Meada. The cold weather of Sunday and I Monday was favorable for the different parties to ent ice. N. Schinid and a party of men went j to tíand Lake, Monday, to cut ice to fill his ice house. May Aylesworth enttertained the j j class of '93 and teachers at lier home Ij Saturday evening. j August Nisle, of Anc Arbor, came home Saturday to raake his parents a visit aud returned Tuesday. Bert Waite left for Grand Kapidfl AVednesday to atteud tlie Business Colleije'. His raany friends wish him success. The ladies' society of the Emanuel ohurch met at Mr. and Mrs. John Schlicht's, in Sharon, Wednesday af ternoon. The Epworth league hold their social in the churoh parlors Friday evening, instead of last Friday as announced. S. W. Clarkson, cashier of the First National bank, and Sheriff Brenner, of Ann Arbor. were in town Tuesday, to attend the funeral of Mr. Van Duyn. The store occupied by Fred Steinkohl, druggist, caught üre Friday niglit by the explosión of a lamp. Mr. ! D. Gilbert passing the store at an ! early faour noticed the smoke, quickly j secured help, and by the careful management prevented a great fire. Mr. John D. Van Duyn, a very respected citizen of this village, died Saturday forenoon, aftera long illness. j The funeral took place at his residence Tuesday, at one o'clock p. m., ander the charge of the Adrián Commandery of the Knights Templar, of which he was one of the oldest members.