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January
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1897
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Miss May Cooley left Snnday for Chicago to visit for two weeks. Mrs. Deern, of Flint, ia visiting her sou, Fraok Deem aud family. Charles Scbroen and wife spent Cbristmas with relatives in Saline. Miss Anna Bennetfc was the gnesfc of friends in Owosso duriog Christmas ■week. Mr. and Mrs. .T. Pred Hoelzle auc family spent Christmas with relative in Chioago. Henry E. Ridley, of Cleveland, O. visited old Anu Arbor friends ove Christmas. Dr. Nanoreda was entertained in To ledo Jast week by the Medical Sooiet of tbat city. Mr. and Mrs. George DeDgler bav been visiting his brother, Jacob Deng Ier, in Owosso. Mrs. Lizzie Williams, of S. Twelftb st. , went to Cbioago Tuesday mornin; to speud tbe week. Mía. J. J. Robison, of Shoarn, form erly of this city, is very sick at he home iu tbat towu. W. S. Qahrielski aud wife, of De troit, spent Christmas with Mrs. H Binder, of E. Wílliam st. Omar Hall is home from Cleveland Obio, for a brief visit with his parents Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Hall. Mr. and Mr. E. K. Freuauff, o Owosso, spent the (Jbristmas holiday with relatievs iu the city. Miss Louisa Horn, of Detroit, spen the Cbiistmas bolidays with Miss Ëm ma Beek, of W. Fourth st. John D. E. Duncan, of Terre Haote Ind., is visiting bis mother, Mrs. M L. E. Duncan, of 76 Miller ave. Dan A. Carroll, agent for the De troit Journal, spent Cbristmas in Flin witli bis parents and other friends. Mr. aud Mrs. Fred Schultz and family, of Detroit, spent Christma with Mr. and Mrs. Charles Dietas. Mr. and Mrs W. H. Butler euter tained a party of friends at tbeir home on E. William st. , Christmas night. Prof. G. A. Bruegel, of Thiel college, G-reenville, Pa., is visiting his brotbsr, A. T. Brnoge], of S. Fifth ave. Julias V. Seyler, of Detroit, was the guest of bis mother, Mrs. Catheriue Selyer, of 40 E. Liberty st., at Christmas. Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Yoet, of Ypsilanti, ate their Christmas dinner with Mr. and Mrs. W. .T. Booth, of E. William st. Harry Coleman, editor and proprietor of the Oakland Connty Post, at Pontiac, visited frieuds iu the city over Christmas. Dr. Samuel Mnmmery, of Lapeer, spent a few days with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur J. Mnrnmery at Christmas. Miss Belle Turnbnll spent the Christmas holidays with her parents in flamilton, Ontario. Sbe retnrned to Ann Arbor yesterday. Mrs. Margaret Diehl aud daughters, the Miases Bertba. Lizzie aud Kate Diehl, spent Christmas with the faruily of Mrs. Feldkanip, of Bridgewater. The Sigma Sigma Society of the high school gave a large sleighing party to Ypsilanti, Monday afternoou, whern tbey dined and spent the' evening in daiiciag. Frank .7. Parrine, soa of Mrs. Matiida L. Perriue, of this oity, has gone to Honolulú, Hawaiian Islands, where he bas a olerkship in a large commission honse. Mrs. Agnes Wahr's family had tbeir aunual Christmas gathering at her home, (!fi S. Ashley st., on Friday. Her children and graudcbildren were all present. D. B. Cheever, of Chicago, who had been visiting his mother, Mrs. L. E. Cheever since Christmas eve, was snddenly oalled back Tuesday on professional business. Charles Blaess, son of Albert Blaess, of Lodi, was married in Cbioago, Deo. 22. He and his birde have been visit.iiig his parents for several days past until today when they returned to 1 oago. C. R Stiokney, lit '89, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Stickuey, of this oity, was married Deo. 24 to Miss Graoe R. Robinson, daughter of Henry G. Robinson, commissioner of labor statistics at Washington, D. C. S. V. Twitchell, father of Mrs. Densmore Ccamer, reached the advaneed age oí' 00 years on Snnday last. He was formerly a resident of Hamburg and is oae of the early pioneers of this state. With the exoeption of his defeotive heariug and eyesight he enjoys remarkably good health. He has resided witb his daughter and son-iulaw at their home on E. Huron st. for the past few years. Herbert Carrow, wbo is home from the Military Aoademy, eujoyicg his Christmas vaoation, gave a dehghtful dinner at the resideuce of his parents, Dr. and Mrs. Fleming Carrow, on E. Huron st., to a party of Iris young friends Christmas eveniug. Covers were laid for eigbt persous. The puests were the Mísses Elsie Stauloy, Charlotte Walker, Christiae Lilly and Margaret Tatlock, Hurry Bn-wn, Harry Barr and Clinton Millen. i Miss Alta Beal is visiting relativas in Dexter. John Barry is visiting relativs in Jackson. J. D. Ryau has gone to New York to parchase goods. Ed. Wolfel spent Christmas Day with his parents in Detroit. Theodore Gross, of Lansing, is visit" iag his nnole, Fred Oross, of this city. Miss Julia Sohoettle, of Manchester, is the guest of friends on S. Fourtb ave. Mrs. Torn Kennedy, of Jackson, is visiting hor brother, Williaru Howard, of (jíeddes ave. Miss Mabel Halleck, of the Port Huron ecbools, is the gnest of her ïiiother ou Thompson st. Miss Hattie V. Havilaud, of Bay City, is spending the holidays with Alderrnan G. C. Rhodes aud family. Ralph Farnuru, who is teaching on Isle St. George, in Lake Erie, is home spending his vaeation with his inother. Representativo A. J, Sawyer will leave Monday for Lansing to get his affairs in shape for the opening of the legislative ba(w)ll Wednesday. A. Ed. Meyers, law '96, known as the "strong man" of his class, has opened np a law office in the Cbamber of Oommerce building, Detroit. We learn with regretthat we are soon to lose Wm, Amspoker and faiaily, as he has engaged to work for Wm. Rebfuss at Aun Arbor. - Manchester Enterprise. E. N. Ball, of Hamburg, has rented the Hisoock house corner of S. División and E. Liberty sts. , through the Baoh & Butler agenoy and has moved his family here. Mr. and Mrs. Charles B. Davison had a doublé celebration on Friday last, in that it was the 29th anniversary of their wedded life as well as beiDg Christin as Day. Prof. E. N. Bilbie, of Pittsburg, Pa., spent several days last week visiting his father and calling on Ann Arbor friends. The Argus is pleased to learu that Mr. Bilbie is sncceediDg in his : business in Pittsburg. ,' Miss Mary Brown, a well known 'Chinese ïaissionary and former resident of Ann Atbor, retnrned Saturday from a suveus years' sojourn in China, and is the guest of her sister, Mrs. MoNaugbton, of 33 E. Jefferson st. She bus a year's leave of absence. Mr. and Mrs. Fred A. Howlett had á very enjoyable family reunión at their home, No. 50 E. Ann st. , on Chrisrrnas Day, at whioh abont 30 persons were present, arnong whom were the aged pareuts of Mr. Howlett, who reside in Lyndon. Mr. and Mrs. Howlett, sr. , are 80 and 83 years of age respeotively.