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25
Month
June
Year
1897
Copyright
Public Domain
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Mrs. W. H. Krapf visited in Milford last week. Mrs. Win. Scott, of Owosso, bas been visiting in the city. Miss Pauline Keppler, of New York city, bas been visiting in the city. Miss Fannie Taylor is spending severa] days with her sister in Detroit. Miss Eliza HUI bas returaed frora her school in South Dakota for the summer. Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Dodsley are visiting their son in Fargo, North Dakota. Miss Abbie A. Pond will leave next Thursday for California to spend the summer. Fred H. Belser bas been enjoying a few days' fishing at Cavanaugh Lake this week. J. Sprague is away on a two weeks' business trip through the northern part of the state. Albert and George Murna, of Detroit, spent Sunday with their sister Mrs.. Rice A. Beal. Mrs. G. A. Varnum will spend Sunday with her aunt, Mrs._ F. T. Harris, of Catherine st. Miss Eleanor Demmon has gone to Colorado Springs, Colo., to visit her sister Mra. Nindfi. Sidney and E. E. Martin let for Saginaw Monday night where they will epend the suiumer. Karl E. Harriman will take np his duties on the editorial staff of the Detroit Journal July 5. E. T. McClure has purchased the Hotel Palmer at Joliet, 111., and will be itH landlord in the future. Miss Genevieve Cornwell will roake a tour in Europe this summer with a party of Ypsilanti friends. E. N. Bilbie returned to Ann Arbor from Pittsburg, Pa., on Sunday. He will spend the summer here. Mrs. J. L. P MCAllaster was called to President, Pa., Monday afternoon by the serious illness of her brother. Miss Ella M. Bennett will leave July 1 to attend the Christian Endeavor convention at San Franoisco, Cal. The Nn Sigma Nu fraternity will oooupy Mrs. Rathbone's house, on N. Division sfc., the coming year. Miss Estelle Keeler, of Detroit, is the guesfc of the Misses Emma and Louise Weinmann, of E. Washington st. Sam McLaren, of the fire department, and his family went to Strawberry Lake Tuesday for a ten days' outing. J. T. Jacobs started Tuesday afternoon for Los Angeles, Cal., to look atter some basiness interests in that vicinity. Mrs. John Kress and daughter, Gertie, have gone on a visit to relatives in Elk Rapids and friends in Grand Rapids. Roy Sage celebrated his 21st birthday at his home on Spring st. Tuesday evening with a party of his young friends. Mr. and1 Mrs. Day Dickerson and childen, of Pike's Peak, Wayne county, are visiting the family of C. J. Snyder, of Gott st. Dr. John Bigharn, professor of philosophy at the DePanw University, is in the city and will spend the summer with his family. John Wilcntt, who had his leg fractured four weeks ago by a fall from a wagon, is able to be abont again with the aid of crutches. Mrs. Fred Wiedman of Manchester, is visiting Mrs. K. A. Fiegel, of 66 S. Fifth ave. Her son is undergoing treatment by Dr. Carrow. Dr. E. N. Brooks has been in Buffalo, N. Y., the past few days attending the annual meeting of the eye and ear specialists of America. George R. Cooper, W. J. Kirby, Henry McLaren and Noble Monroe went oat to Strawberry Lake Sunday on their bicycles and leturned home Monday morning. Mrs. Catherine Seyler has rented her house corner of Liberty and Thompson sts., and with her daughter, Miss Bena, will move to Detroit to reside with her sou Julius V. Seyler.on Biainard st. Dr. and Mrs. V. C. Vaughan and their three sous left Saturday night for New York, from where they sailed yesterday on the steamship Friesland for Germany. They spent Sunday viewing the beauties of Niagara Falls and its vicinity.