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8
Month
April
Year
1898
Copyright
Public Domain
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Rudolph Kern, of the Nortbside, is on the sick list. Mrs. W. C. Reade, of Plymouth, was in Aun Arbor Thursday. Geo. Alexander will reinain in l.attle Creek, as ticket agent. Frank Glenn, of Ypsilanti, will hereafter be an Aun Arbor resident. W. W. Alexander is in town, from Jackson, for two or three days. , Norris E. Marvin has accepted a position in lowa, and lef t ïuesday for that state. Misa Elizabeth Covert has been mak in g a visit with Jackson friends this week. Fred Wagner, of Pleasanton, Kansas, is the guest of bis brother-in-law, Ilenry J. Mann. 'Noble R. Waterman, of Salt Lake City, Utah, is speudiug a few days with his parents and friends in this city.. Mis. George L. Mooie is in Cleveland, Oliio, spending a few weeks visiting her brother, George C. Hascali. Miss Annie Knowlton, who has setiously ill for the past two months, is now much improved and is able to Ue up. Miss May Muma, of the Saginaw schools, visited her sister, Mrs. Rice A. Beal, of First st., during her vacation . L. A. Pratt, of the Island Press, has gone to Washington and New York ou a three weeks' eornbined business and pleasure trip. "Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Bliss have returned from a two weeks' visit wltb Mr. Bliss1 sister, Mrs. Dor Gasser, of Kenton, Ohio. Miss Nina Doty, who teaches school at Vassar, is home spending her Easter vacation with her parents Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Doty. Miss Matilda Mutschel, of Detroit, has been. the guest of her brother, C. E. Mutschel. She was accompanied by Miss Pauline Maier, of Ypsilanti. Mrs. Smith, of Sheridan, who was been here with her daughter while the latter underwent an operation on her eyes, returued home Monday morning. Miss Louise Gaunt, of Chicago, is ia tbe city to attend the goveruor's reception Monday night. She will be the guest of Mts. D. F. Schaïrer during her stay. An entertainment was given at the opera house, Chelsea, last evening in wbich Miss Claribel McMonagle, Miss Ellen Clarken, and Mr. D. A. Britten, oï Ann Arbor, took part. .Mrs, White and daughter, Miss líattie Luce, who have resided on Creddes ave. for the past 28 years are nbw at liome in the residence which they lateiy purchased at No. 518 S. Main st.

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Ann Arbor Argus
Old News