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21
Month
February
Year
1896
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Public Domain
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Maj. W. T. Johnson,of Chioago, was a guest over Sunday of Capt. Chas. H. Manley. C. J. Durheim, of Muskegon, was in the city the first of the week visiting old acquaintances, Ann Arbor being his former home. Joe. T. Jacobs left Monday on a trip to the Pacific coast, going first to Los Angelos. August Birk, of Owosso, was in the city this week on business. Mrs. Howard, of Lansing, was a gnest this week of Mrs. V. C. Vaughan. Geo. ├Âraut, of Detroit, spent Sunday "with Mr. and Mrs. Edward Staebler. Judge Babbitfc has returned from a trip west. Miss Lizzie Green, of Whitmore Lake, spent the week with John Mathews and family. Attorney General Maynard, of Graud JRapids.was bere a few days this week. j The announcement is ruade of the j engagement of Miss Harriet, dauyhter ! of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Treruper, to R. H. Welsh.of Pittsbnrg, Pa. Mrs. Wna. Dieterle gave a luneheon lapt Tuesday to twenty of her lady friends. Lizzie Kempar has boen visiting j friends in Manchester the first of the i week. Miss Louisa Zwergle, of Niles, ia visiting Miss Lohr, on Packand street. Oswald Herz attended a leap yeir dance in Manchester the first of the week. Mason Whipple, supervisor of Lima, i and Otto D. Luick, clerk of the same township, were in the city Monday on ! business. School Commisioner Wedpmeyer visited schools in Salem and Superior townships this week. Rev. Henry Tatlock and Rev. L. Co)e attended a reception in "Spsilanti Tuesdny evening to weluome Rev. and Mrs. Gardaui to St. Lukes church in ; that city. School Cortimisiouer W. W. Wedemeyer is in Detroit today. Bruno St. James was in Cleveland, O., Wednesday. Dr. Leandor Fnapp has returned from Colo. A. F. Freeman, Esq.,of Manchester, was in the city Tuesday Mrs.C. L. Kemp, of Detroit, is visiting her sister, Mrs. W. A. Clark. Rev. O. G. Stanger, of Detroit, has been visiting his parents here this week. Mrs. James Bycrafr, of Ypsilanti.visited Mrs. Henry Schulz, yesterday.

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Ann Arbor Argus
Old News