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Parent Issue
Day
21
Month
December
Year
1894
Copyright
Public Domain
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Mrs. J. D. Corey is reported very sick. Mr. Gauntlett, of Milan, was in town on business. Miss Mamie Bradner, of Clinton, visited friends in town a few days. Miss Myra Spafard was in Toledo a few days last week. Mrs. Chas. Kreitner and children, of Norvell, spent Sunday with friends in town. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Rehfuss drove to Ann Arbor last Monday. Miss Pauline Pfeiffle went to Brooklyn last Saturday, to visit Mr. and Mrs. C. Schneider. Mrs. H. Younghausand son Fred, of Toledo, attended the GrossmanHay wedding, last Tuesday. Miss Katie Grossman who is at work at Jackson, came home to attend her sister's wedding. Miss Bertha Kirchhofer went to ' Ann Arbor last Friday to attend the I dedication of the Columbian organ, also the dedication of the new Zion j church. Mrs. N. Schmid and two children spent a few days with Mrs. Wm. Arnold, in Tecumseh. The M. E. and Emanuel's churches are to have Christmas trees on Christmas eve. The dancing school opened by H. G. Conklin, last Friday evening, at Arbeiter hall, was well attended. William Payne, president of the sophomore class, entertained his classmatesand teachers at his home last Wednesday evening. They all report a good time. Mr. Amsden, of Ypsilanti, has completed the fine decorations in the People's bank. The work is admired by all. There was no service at Emanuel's church last Sunday morning, as Rev. G. Schoettle went to Owosso to attend the ceremony of placing Rev. C. Spathelf in charge of a congregation there. Messrs. N. Schmid and H. Stierle went to Ann Arbor to attend the dedication of the Zion church. Rev. J. B. Meister and family, of Adrián, were the guests of Bev. G, Schoettle a few days last week. Rev. Meister will take charge of the Rogers' Corners church. All who attended the Stacy's snap shot story at the Universalist church last Thursday, Friday and Saturday evenings, were well pleased with the same. Thursday evening the Alpha Sigma held a meeting at the school chapel. All friends interested in school were invited. The election of officers took place for the coming term. The following program was carried out: Instrumental solo, BessieTorrey; recitation, Bertha Clark; stump speech, Peter Ryan; discussion, - Resolved, that the strength of the army and navy should be increased. Affirmative, Belvia Waters; negative, Arthur Gillett. Recita:ion, Fred Kapp. Paper, Frank Kramsr and Dora Schultz.

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Ann Arbor Argus
Old News