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Parent Issue
Day
10
Month
April
Year
1896
Copyright
Public Domain
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Exeroises at the Willis M. E. cliurch on Easter day were very moe, and showed unusual talent for ohildren of the age of some of those who took an active part Rev. Mr. Noble, of the Friends' churoh, gave a very fino talk on Easter Sunday and the lisen Savior. For missionary purposes the collection aniouoted to $12.05. Augusta town went republican through and through . Mr. and Mrs. Derbyshireentertained a few friends last Saturday afternoon, it being the anniversary of their rnarriage. Mrs. Thomas Thorn, sr., is failing in health. The early part of the winter she had a shock of paralysis, it being the second. Sbo recovered so as to sit up with help and sew a very little, but she is now suffering frorn a bilious attack which seems to have reduced her very much. The chalk talk meetings have been [juite largely attended. They closed last evening. There are severa] oases of soarlet fever in the Childs neighborhood. The sohool has been closed. Mrs. John Post's healtb is very poor. We hope spring will give her new strength. Michael Breining was called to Freeclom on Tuesday to attend the funeral of a brother, who died of cáncer of the stomach.

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Ann Arbor Argus
Old News