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Dexter Township

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Mis. A. Simpson will spend the winter íq Canada. Theodore Stanton and wifetookdinner with their daughter, Sunday. Prof. E W. Bilbee, of Aun Albor, is instructiug a class in niusic on the violin in oar village. P. Fleming and wife enjoyed a visit from her sister last week one day. Frank Pierce, of Portland, is the guest of lus uncle and family. He made the trip on his bicycle. Fred and Mand Blades, of Pettysville, are here on a short visit. A. Taylor and wife have been entertaiuing their daughter from the nortliern part of the state. Mr. Sears and wife were arnong their Pinckney friends several days of the past week. John Gallagher and wife were Chelsea visiLois, Thursday. Miss Cyntha Carpenter gave tea to sonue of her friends last Friday afternooii. Á.Pidd is slowly recovering from his recent sickness. Will and Joe Walsli are entertaining their cousin from Brighton. O. A. Vaughn lost two valuable cows last week. Austin Goodwin and Weit Carpenter speut Sunday with the former's parents in Ann Arbor. Burt Taylor and sister Myrta, were guests of friends at Emery Sunday. Mr. Foran and wife visited his uncle in Northfield Tuesday. Mrs. Clarence Carpenter entertained a number of her friends from the village the first of the week. Chas. Namer is painting his barns. C. F. Stabler and wife, of Fosters visited Mrs. Erwin's family this week. Lew Chamberlain, was a Pinckney visitor, Monday. Mr. Cook, wife and daughter visited Ann Arbor, Monday. James Story and J ames Gregory were at Whitmore Lake Friday and Saturday. Michael Conley and wife, of Podunk, spent the Sabbath with her sister. Mr. Rosfoot lias repainted his house and made other improvements. J. c. Wilsoii and wlfe, rf ,nu wc re lieve Tuesd iy m! VWdru'hd Geo '! íCíins visited Chelsea 0.11e day last week. Ottmai' Andvewa lias returned !o J ickson. M193 June Phelps is visiting in Detroii Mrs. Rosief is entertaining (hiuiihter frotn Stoclrbridge. ]i. Smith and ;iini!v. of Mason, have been viaiting her raother. Miss Palnner will .spen'l the week in Lnnsiiig. Miss Ann IJross is attending the University. i!r. Haa') spentWediwsday with. Pinckne.v friends. Win. Bentz niafle a Üying trip to Pettysville. Tuesday. John McCorab and fatnily, of Ohio. will spend a few weeks with nis paients. A young Iadies' quartette has beei ' organized in i ur villasre, mdcoraposed of the following misses: Mattie i nier, Anna Whittaker, Mamie Murdock, and Klla Day.


Ann Arbor Argus
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