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Parent Issue
Day
20
Month
December
Year
1895
Copyright
Public Domain
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Mr. Reason, of Marión, was here on business Monday and Tuesday. Prof. Sage, of Aun Arbor, bas closed his term of vocal instruction in school distriofc No. 8, Dexter townsbip. Messrs Hall and Brown, of Putnam, called on their friends Monday. John Ludrick, of Saline, is visiting his sister, Mrs. C. Schoen. Mrs. Jobn McCabe spent the first of the week with friends in the village. Henry Fleming made a business trip toPinckney Monday. William Ballou and wife entertained relatives last Sunday. Miss Minnie Campbell is the guest of Hudsou friends. Mr. Reid was in Jackson recently. Mr. Keiler, of Detroit, has been the guest of his cousins the past few days. Mrs C. McComb and children, of Ann Arbor, have come to epend the holidays with friends. Miss Auna Connors and friend were afc Silver Lake Friday. P. Lavey was at Ann Arbor on Fria&y. Mr. Guinon' and family are entertaining friends. Brnest Voorheis has so far recovered as to be out again. Miss Clara Schmidt and soholars will give au entertainment at the Gallagher school house this evening, Friday. Admission ten cents. Mrs. L. D. Alley and Miss Grace, were guests of the former's rnother in Pinckney Saturday. Vacation next week. Rev. Heury Tatlock, of Ann Arbor, preaohed in St. James' chnrch last Sunday. Geo. Bell has moved his family on his farm near Birkett, and ho will take a position in Chicago. Mr. Cook is home from his Saline visit. Miss Collins, of Fowler?ille, is the guest of Miss Terssa Pidd. The Hudson singing school wa royally entertained by the North Lak singing class Tuesday evening. Mr. Sears and wife were in Plnck ney Thursday. Torn Rabbitt lost a valuable horse last week. Turkey and chicken thieves ar nnmerous herí. Owen Gallagher, an aged and muc respected resident of Webster, died at his home, Sunday, Dec. 15. The funeral'took plaoe from St. Joseph's church Tnesday morning at 10 a. rn. Mr. Cushing, of North Webster, was in Hudson the first of the week. Judge Sidney Thomas, of California, lectured at the Baptist church on Tnesday evening to a largo audience.

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Ann Arbor Argus
Old News