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Oscar Sohinid, of Jackson, spout ■liiday.with bis parents in this city. Mrs. R. S. Greenwood arrived home TMonday from a vist wifch her mother in "Silver Lake, Ind. Mrs. Knox, of Dundee, was a gnest ■chis week of Mrs. Dr. S. M. Hartley. Mrs. Agnes Wahr visited friends in IPlymouth bis week. . F. S. Abbott lef tMondayfor Pennsyl'vania. Dr. Emil Baner, of Chicago, visited :lns mother, on West Huron street, this ■■week. George O'Uearn, of Detroit, spent íáunday with his pareats, Mr. and Mrs. JPatrick O'Hearn. Miss Oarrie Barker, of Whitinore Xake, spent Snuday with Ann Arbor relatives. " Miss Nellie Curtis entertained Miss JMinnie Wyckoff, of Hudson, over Sun'3ay. C. H. Ke:npf, ofChelsea, was in the 3ity Wednesday. Dr. Emil Baur, who had been seudIng a few days with his inother, Mrs. Bertha Bai-r, of Dexter, returned to lis home in Chicago Wednesday evening. Mr. [and Mrs. John Moore were 'Called to Haokley, O., Tuesday, by the illness of their daughter, Mrs. George S. McKean. R. E. Staebler was in Detroit Tuesiay. E. B. Norris spent Tnesday in Detroit. W. K. Childs is studying hard as to 2jow he can sit on the board of regisTÉration in his ward and be present at the state grand army encampment at Saginaw March 31. He is a member of an important committee of the state Jepartment and has to make a report. Miss Mattie Dodd is visiting friends an Chicago. Wirt Doty, of Detroit, spent Snnday "with his pareuts, Mr. and Mrs. A. M. ..Doty. Miss Grace Van Hosen, of Grand 3Rapis, spent Snnday as a guest of Miss .Den a Keek. CommissionerjWedemeyerjVisited the -"Milan schools yesterday.J


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