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Dexter Township

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Mrs. Chas. Schoen is entertainiug her sister for a few days. Miss Kate Lockhardt, of Ann Arboi, spent the week with her sister. The campers are at the lakes enjoying the fresh breezes of the early sumrner. Chas. Voorhis an wife entertained friends over Sunday. Mrs. John Pidd entertained friends last Sunday. Frank Lavey and wife spent Sunday inthis place. Mrs. A. Voorhis was the guest of her sister ia Lima, Monday. Fred Andrews and chum, of Ann Arbor, spent Sunday with nis father here. B. Hopkins and family spent several days of the past week with Ypsilanti relatives. Mrs. L. Boyden and Mrs. Owen McCain and baby, spent Sunday here. Mr. Sears and wife were entertained by Pinckuey friends Sunday. Messrs. Thompson and Waters, of Conway,were the guests of their many friends in this place th last of the week. The dance at the opera house was largely attended last Friday eveniug. Miss Jessie Phelps entertained the B. Y. P. U., at her home last Friday evening. Prof. S. B. McLeen, of Tonawanda, Pensylvania, gave a pleasant entertainment at the Baptist church Tuesday evening. The Christian Endeavor Union for Washtenaw county, wil] assemble in convention in Dexter village, Friday, April 2Oth. Arthur Flintoft, of Pettysville, was the guest of nis cousins, Sunday. C. Cobb,wife and children spent last week with her parents in Livingston county. Thomas Birkett was in Anderson on business last Friday. Mrs. Tyler and lady friends were guests of Pinckney friends, Monday. A party of Ann Arborites spent Sunday at the Portage. Some of the farmers around here attended the auction at DeCamp's, in Webster, Tuesday. Mrs. H. W. Booth has been entertaining friends from Grand Rapids. Luke Tubbs and family have been entertaining relatives from Charlotte. H. Bostwick, of Grand Rapids is the guest of bis mother. Mrs. T. J. Ritter, of Wadsworth, Ohio, is the guest of her sister for a short time. Mr. Wagner, of Emery, shook hands with old friends here Monday. Jesse Parsons will work the old Ayers farm this year. Miss Cyntha Carpenter entertained some of her friends the first of the week. Mr. Loomis, of Grand Ledge, spent the past week in this vicinity. Mrs. Geo. Bell and children visited friends here on Tuesday. R. Flintoft and sister, of Emery, visited their sister Saturday. Mrs. James Story and Mrs. John Howard were in Pinckney on Saturday. E. Howard and family entertained his sister on Sunday. Burt Hudson and family kave moved in the Gallagher house. Mrs. Wm. Sweetman and family entertained friends on Sunday. The farmers in this vicinity are busy putting in their spring crops. Miss Ida Stevens, of Stockbridge, is visiting friends for a few days. Mrs. K. Wheeler and Miss Maud Barber were Pinkkney visiters on Saturday last. Business called Clarenee Carpenter to Pinckney one day the last of the week. Mrs. John Bell entertained some of ker friends on Sunday. Mrs. A. II. Watson is entertaining her sister for a few days. Mrs. B. McCauley, of Caro, is amon. her Dexter friends. Mrs. G. Briggs is home after a winter's stay in Saginaw. W. I. Keal will open an ree cream parlor in the rear of the Novelty store, with Miss Met Miles in charge. The Hudson pulp mili is n-ow shipping pulp to Kalamazoo. R&v. Fr. Fleming has been visiting in Chicago. A. Taylor and daughter. Miss Carrie, attended the funeral of their cousin in Chelsea last Thursday. Married at St. Joseph's church, on Wednesday, April 11, Mr. Thomas Murray and Miss Maggie Welch, Rev. E. D. Kelley., of Ann Arbor, ofliciating. T. Dolan was in Pinckney on business, Tuesday. Clarenee Carpenter and family will move on the old Chris. McGuinness farm.