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Parent Issue
Day
20
Month
March
Year
1896
Copyright
Public Domain
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From another Correspondent. A unruber of young people attendd the I. O. O. F. dance at Hamburg Triday evening. Mr. Shannon purchased a new piano ast week. Wm. Wilson and wife have moved to Greeu Gak, onto the farm of S. Osborn. Byron Kenny was made a member of he Maocabees at Hamburg last Saturay night. Mr. Barrett, of City, who fhas jeeu spending some time here witb riPnds, has returned home. LLLLLL; Henry Pinokney spent a day here last week. Auotions arej very plentiful thi pring. Rev. S. W.'Hloks, of the M. E. hurch, was called to Pontiac Monday, ;o attend the funeral of a brother minster. L -,.-, Cj,'Íne,!,WíE0% - ! Mrs. Wallace diedat her home,March 3th, of heart disease. Her remains vere taken to Shiawassee connty, for burial. Mrs. August Leudric died last Sunday, March 15, aged 22 years Funeral services were held at the Germán Lutheran chnrch Tuesday. f"H ■ Miss Taylor, of Pinckney, called on 'riends here Monday. Osbert Williams, an old resident of Webster, died March 14, of pneamonia. 3e leaves a son and daughter, bis wife having died some years ago. __ Miss Abba Lowe visited JÊriends in Dexter a few days last week. f . - ,7- Miss Nellie Wilson called oa]„her frieuds here this week.

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Ann Arbor Argus
Old News