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Manchester

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Parent Issue
Day
18
Month
May
Year
1894
Copyright
Public Domain
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Geo. Marx and wife drove to Ann Arbor Sunday to visit her sister, Mis. F. O. Marty. Mrs. Harvey Anthony and daughter went to Jackson last Friday to visit friends, returning Monday. Miss Emma Engel, of BrooklyD, carne home last week, sick with rheumatism. Ira K. Fox, of Marinette, arrived in town last Thursday to visit relatives and friends a few weeks. Mrs. Jacob Rommel and daughter, of Waterloo, have been visiting Mrs. Fred Briegel. Clint Farrell, of Grand Rapids, is visiting his parents and intends spending several days at the lakes. Last Sunday evening the M. E. church was well attended, and the exercises conducted by members of the Epworth JLeague, in honor of the fifth anniversary, were iuteresting. N. Schmid went to Ann Arbor Tuesday on business, returning Wednesday, accompanied by Walter Maek. Victor Wurster spent Sunday and Monday with his parents at Ann Arbor. J. Kelly is improving his residence by having an addition built on same. Sam McCord is very sick with dropsy of the heart. Miss Rychie Snyder, of Brooklyn, spent Sunday visiting friends in town. Mrs. Clifford Drake, of Philadelphia, arrived in town last Wednesday to visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Sanford. Geo. Marx has purchased one of the Leim cottages and moved into the same. lJrof. Essery has rented the house lately occupied by Mr. Marx. Mra. Chus. McNeal, of Tecumseh, spent a days last week visiung frieud in town and vieinity. D. E. Roberts and fumily left for Moutpelier, Oliio.. last Thursday. Mr. Roberts is au honest and careful businesa mari and our people very mucta regret bis departure, but wish hini success in his new location. Last Sunday the home of Mr. and Mrs. X Schmid was made bappy over the birth of a little son. The Manchester Gram mar room boys went to Norvell last Saturday to play against the boys of that place aiuí returned home very nmcli pleased as they we re victorious. The school board held a meeting last Saturday evening' and all the teachers were invited to remain another year. Mr J. Blum is mo;ing into his house lately vacated by by E. Roberts. Mrs. Amos Lazell and Mrs. J. Lee have improved their residences by having thein painted. Miss isabelle Milieu spent Sunday witb her pareuts at Wolf lake. Mr. M. Day sold his studio to Mr. Welling, of Tecumseh, wïio ia ready to take ürst-cass pilotos. Miss Lmnia Schaible went to Aoivell to spend a few weeks with Mrs. C. Kreitner. The W. R. C. is increasing in number. Two new members were received last Tuesday. Mr. (herwood and family.of Clinton, spent Sunday visiting relatives in town. Miss Ida Silkworth closed her term of school in the Zim uierman district last Friday. The reading circle of the second piïmary met at J. Wisner's last Monday after school, and all had a very pleasant time. The little ones were treated to cake, oranges and bananas. Last Thursday the remains of Mr. Fred Lehman.of Jackson,were brought to this place for burial. The funeral was largely attended. A number of the Workingmen Aid society of Jackson carne to attendthe funeral. Mr. F. Yanderbilt, of Roseland, Chicago, arrived in towii Tuesday', and on Wednesday was married to Miss Anna Schaible, of this place. The happy couple left the same day for their new home, and carried with them the best wishes of their many friends.

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Ann Arbor Argus
Old News