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Alfred Drew and wife were Sunday guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jhas, Vooihis. Thomas Birkett entertained a num hei of liis relativos on Sunday. Mrs. Parsons was the guest of her ■daughter in Putnam, Sunday. Mrs. (roo. Boyden is entertaining Sier friend this week. Mis. Burnett dicd at her home in Webster, Sept. 13, and the funeral took place from the house Saturday morning, Rev. Mr. Baumgardner officiating. Robi'it Frwin and wife and Mrs. Wrn. Gregory and Mrs. Simpson went to Jackson. Saturday, to help celébrate Airs. Simpson,8 Wrthday, at the home of lier daughter, Mrs. Chas. McGilvray. Business called Mr. Densmore, of Ypsilanti. here last eek. The bean harvest is about over, and the erop isnnich better than expected. Miss Ada Blomlield is among her rptrrif. fripnds. A. Ferguson, of Ann Arbor, was on oiir streote Tuesday last. E. II. Carpenter and sister are home from Petoskey. D. Quirk and familyareentertaining friends from St. Louis, Mo. MissLillie Bross, Chauncey Coy, Jay ïjtanton, and E. Cushing were among some of the scholars who entered our school last Monday. At the annual meeting of the Congregational church last Tuesday, J. Paeey and D. Lyons were re-elected trustees, and Clarence Alley re-elected treasurer. S. A. Mapes, of Tlainfield, 8pent Saturday and Sunday in this village. Miss I. Kellogg of Iowa, is here on a visit with friends. Miss Mary Bell, of Ann Arbor, is "foeing entertained by Dexter friends fchï3 week. Frank Carpenter and wife entertained her brother and wife, Sunday. Jedele & Clark have purehased a new bean thresher, and are doing some eood work. Miss Mary Cobb entertained her friend from the university city, Sunday. Mr. Van Buren and l'amily now occupy one of Mr. Birkett's tenant houses. Messrs. James Gregory, Will Smith and Frank Erwin spent last Sabbath with their best gids in Pettysville. Clyde Carpenter is home from his Ann Arbor visit. Mrs. Whitlark and son, of Ann Arbor, visited Mr. Ilill and family this week. Max Robbins and family will spend fthe week in Ypsilanti with their parents. The marriage of Miss Emma L. Hicks and Nelson Burgess took place last VVednesday, at the home of the bride's parents in Putnam. Some one attempted to enter the liouses of E. Jedele and Mrs. A. H. iVatsoD, last Wednesday, by cutting a screen f rom tin; window. Richard Crossley. of Stockbridge, made us a cali, Wednesday. Mrs. Wm. Carpenter has returned irom her visit at Ann Arbor. J. V. X. Gregory has been entertaining a friend from Petoskey. Bom, Sept. 6, a daughter to John üancer and wife. Miss Mattie Glenn spent last week with her sister. Mrs. F. Pratt is home, af ter a short stay in Detroit. Mr. Hall and family. of Greeuville, liave been the guests of his mother for a ïew days. Miss McCabe spent the last of the week in Hamburg. F. S. Alley and wife are Detroit visétors during the fair. Hiram Butler has returned from Mason, and will spend the week in Detroit. H. Phelps made a flying trip to Pinckney one day last week. Mr. Cook entertained triends last Wednesday. W. I. Keal attended the fair in Detroit last week. E. D. Alley and wife, formerly of 'tais place, now ot Ungüton are spena;ing a few weeks in Colorado. P. Lavey and family spent the Sab; balh in Pinckney. A. Taylor and wife were the guests of her parents in Nortlifleld last Sabbath. Hearje. Wedding bells soon to be ringing. Miss Sarah Taylor entertained her class of twenty pupils in music at her home on Wednesday, Sept. 12, in the afternoon and evening. During tlie afternoon some fine selections botli instrumental and vocal were rendered by the pupils, in a very pleasing manner which showed the thorough training of their teacher. Refreshments were served and the day wasan enjoyable one that wil] long be remembered by both teaclier and pupils.


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