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Dexter

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Parent Issue
Day
21
Month
February
Year
1896
Copyright
Public Domain
Obituary
OCR Text

Thomas Birkett and H. W. Newkirk and daughter, Nellie, wre in Ann Arbor on Saturday to attend the Winter Circus Byron McCauley was a Hudson visitor on Friday. D. S. Quish and fatnily and lady friend, wern Ann Arbor visitors the last of the week. Mr. Slo:in was out of town on business last Friday. T. T. Honey was at the oounty seafc ou business Saturday. Mrs.O. S. Gregury ia on the sick list. James Gregory is home froai his Jackson visifc. Miss Jessie Robbins has returned to her home after severa! weeks stay with her parents in Ypsilanti. Mr. Harris and wife, of Pinckney, were Dexter visitors Wednesday. Miss Keiler has returned to Detroit after a raonth's stay with her coosins. Mr. Reid entertained a brother the past few days. Willis Benton and family entertained friends froin Stookbridge several days last week. Omar Nordman, wife and baby of Ann Arbor, were guests of her parents uear Silver Lake over Sunday. Mr. Sleator visited Ann Arbor frieuds the flrst of the week. Mrs. Hoey and daughter were in Ann Arbor Saturday last. Some improveinents are being made in the Lutheran churoh. The Hudson pulp milis are ruunng full blast and farmers are hauling poplar wood there in large quantities. The Leap year party at the opera house last Friday evening was a success. öood musio was furnishert and guests were present f rom Detroit, Ypsilanti, Ann Arbor itnd Jackson. Miss Dora Wall has been entertaining friends from abroad. Torn James opens his hardware store in this village about the 25th of this month. Success to Torn. H. S Cope drew a large andience at the Baptist oburch last Monday night. That was the last entertainment in the lecture course. Mrs. Stanton died at her home in this village Sunday afternoon, aged 83 years. She leaves three sons and two daugh ms to mourn her loss. The funeral wus held un Tuesday afternoon at two o'clook from the Congregational church. Some of our village people will take up their resídence iu Detroit in the spring. The dance at "Mr. Smith's Monday night was well attended E. Reeves, of Ann'Arbor, spent SatuTday 'and Sunday with his aunt Mr. Monks and daughters, of Pinckney, passed here Sattirday on their way to Anu Arbor. Miss Savory grnade her Ann Arbor friends a visit [Saturday last. James Carpenter entertained his oonsin over Sunday.