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The Baptist church of this village is without a pastor. Conrad Lehman, of Ann Arbor, was here on Wednesday. Special Easter services will be held at all the churches next Sunday. George McLean is building an addition to üis house on North Polk st. Supervisor Lighthall is preparing to take the assessment for this townsñip. H. G. Prettyman, of Ann Arbor.was the guest of R. A. Snyder the flrst of the week. Miss Eva M. Taylor is spending the spring vacation of the Normal school at home this week. C. W. Maroney has put a large plate glass window in the front of his house and a veranda around two sides of it. The village board met last Monday night and appointed D. B. Taylor vilage attorney and Rush Green marshal and street commissioner. Plowing for spring crops has been commenced on sandysoil on all sides. The spring wil] be an early one if no more setbacks come. George B.Whitaker bas been elected superintendent of the M. E. ehurclt Snnday school and Miss Nellie . Congdon secretary. Preparations are being made for th& erection of seven or eight new houses in the village next summer. Mauy more would be built but tor the fear of high taxes. The market has been very changeable the past week. Wheat now brings 81 cents, oats 17 cents, rye 2a cents, beans 40 cents, potatoes 15 cents eggs 7 cents, butter 13 cents. Arrivalslight. Two thousand and forty-five loads of wheat have been taken in at this elevator since last July, and 400 morO must be taken in before uext July to make as maDy loads as were taken in on the previous erop. The men of the M. E. church wilt give au Easter supper at the parlors of the church next Tuesday night, consisting principally of eggd in variousforms. The men will do all the work, including the cooking and washing oL the dishes. Hugh Sherry died at his residence in this village last Saturday of fatty degeneration of the heart. He was 6& years oíd and leaves a wife to mourn his loss. He was well and favorably known in this community and will bemuch missed by the church and peopl among wliom he had lived so long.


Ann Arbor Argus
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