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Tlie I. O. G. T. hall is nearly done. Lillie Bauer is home for the present. Geo. Frey went to Toledo, O., Thursday. Brickyard boys are taking it easy nowadays. Mary Rawden is entertaining friends trom Lansing. Mrs. H. W. Robiuson went to Toledo last week. Miss Shier was the guest oL Miss Pheifle this week. Mrs. Alton's two daughters and mother will return home next week. Edward Kawden will return to Lansing to hold a positiou at $ΓΆΓΆ a month. It makes the brickyard boys smile to see that girl drive Robert Hutzel's horse. Robert Hutzel, of Ann Arbor, bas speut most of the week at bis father's brick-yard. Mary Robinson is gaining, but is not able to take her place as telegraph operator yet. Jacob Zeeb and John Wagner have a new thrashing machine; also Robinson and G-alligan. Henry Miller and the carpenter of the Good Templar hall keep things lovely with their hammers. Mike Brenner, the sheriff, made Enaery a short cali Friday niorning, looking after the robbery ol' an old man. The people of this town will have to look at the almanac to teil if it is Sunday or Monday, on the day they start for church. Eugene Galligan hurt himself very badly Saturday, by one of the boards of the Good Templar hall breaking. We hope he will not be laid up very long. Myrtie Renwick and Myrtie Robinson we re irightened very nicely Thursday evening. Those that frightened them had better not show up very soon.


Ann Arbor Argus
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