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Parent Issue
Day
3
Month
May
Year
1895
Copyright
Public Domain
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The Baptist Mission band met at Mrs. Geo. Minto's Tuesday afternoon. Pullen & Lewis' coal business south of the Wabash depot, with several hundred cords of wood were consumed by fire early Sunday morning and two kilns were spoiled. Loss about $1,400. A switching train on the Wabash was run into by a train on the main line near the depot late Friday night and several cars were demolished. One car was filled with live stock which was badly shaken up, No one hurt. Mrs. Chas. Gauntlett and Cecil returned trom their Detroit sojourn Saturday evening. The Baptist ladies will give an interesting rausicale at Mrs. Chas. Schmitts residence on Country Street. The Chantauqua circle will meet at Mrs. G. R. Williams Saturday afternoon. Walton Barnes, who has been quite til, is on the convalescent list. Rev. G. Heiser, of Detroit, preached fine sermons at the Presbyterian church Sunday morning and evening. Mrs. E. E. Mains, of Detroit, was the guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harper, Monday. Claud Chapin returned from his fishing tour the last of the week. Mrs. Barnes visited Ann. Arbor, Tuesday. Conductor F. Bray is the guest of his parents on Wabash street for - a few days. i Mrs. J. Sittimons returned to her home in Dundee Saturday after a short visit with her ccusins, Mrs. A. B. Smith and Mrs. A. E. Putman. Miss Forsytbe returned Monday from a two days visit with friends in Lodi. Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Fuller were the guests of Mr. Utter Fuller Friday and Saturday. The M. E. ladies elected the following officers at their last annual meeting: President, Mrs M. C. Edwards; ist vice-president, Mrs. C. F. Buxton; 2nd vice-president, Mrs. Alex. Smith; secretary, Mrs. Chas. Peppes; treasurer, Mrs. H. A. Taylor. Mr. H. Braham is quite ill. Married April 24. Mr. Page Fensksbury and Miss Leah L. Goulu, both of Milán. Rev. J. Ward Stone, officiatincr. Mrs. A. B. Smith and Miss L. Curtis were delegates to the Women's Foreign Missionary society of the North West, at Detroit, the last of the week. They reported an interesting meeting. The Presbyterian Missionary society met at Mrs. McGregor's Tuesday p. m. The fire department meet every Monday evening for practice. Mrs. H. Fulcher is in Arm Arbor for medical treatment. Mrs. Pyle is entertaining her sister from Niágara Falls. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Sill entertained friends Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Hathaway, of Detroit, are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. Burnap.

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Ann Arbor Argus
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