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Day
3
Month
January
Year
1896
Copyright
Public Domain
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We surely hope this will be a Happy New Year and not one of mouruing for bloods hed in war. "Peace on eartb. and good will toward man." Milo E. Hammond and his grand - mother, U. Hammond, are visiting relatives at Flat Rock. G. Hammond's family and II. M. Abbey and wife were present at the bome of H. 8. Day's C├╝ristmas. Chicken pie suffered severely as also aiany qfcher viands. Beside the hostess gave each a very acceptable present. Mrs. Charles Hammond is among the sick ones. "Willis Epworth League adjourns next Tuesday evening for an indefinito time. Mr. and Mrs. Swass, of Willis, gave a party for their daughters which was e'njoyed by young folks far and naar. Souie guests as far as Ypsilanti were present. A revival meeting will begin atRawsonville the 6th oi1 7th of January, Rev. R. Emery offlciating. A grand supper was held on Xew Years day at the Rawsonville hall. A night school will begin January 10, at Eatous Mills. Penmanship, book-keeping and several things will be taught, Mr. JJilion, teacher.

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Ann Arbor Argus
Old News