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Manchester

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Parent Issue
Day
21
Month
October
Year
1898
Copyright
Public Domain
OCR Text

Will Gray has gone to Traverse City to spend the winter. Miss Mary Layher and bert Logan were married Tuesday. Miss Blanche Stark has gnne to Cincinnati to speod several weeks. Dr. Will Reed, of Tecumseh, visited his naotber here over Sanday. Mrs. MoCord went to Jackson last Friday to stay with a sick friend. The Alpha Sigma held their regular meeting in the high school chapel Mon(ïay evening. The Jnoior League held a social last Friday night at the home of Miss Bessie Weisner. M. D. Blosser has been taking a rest from his editorial duties for a few days and visiting in the east. Bert Waite aod a friend oaine from Beading to visit bis parents Mr. and Mrs. O. A. Waite over Sanday. Mr. Warren Mann and children returned home to Leslie Monday after aiew weeks' visit with parents and fiiends. We learn that Allie Hough, of Co. C, 31st Mich., is confined in the hospital in consequence of the amputation of a ñnger. A lady from abroad gave a lectuce on "The New Woman" at the Universalist church Saturday afternoon. The attendance was stnall. The Ladies' Aid Society and friends of the Baptist church met Thursday with Mr. and Mrs. Richard Green southwest of the village. The Washtenaw Teachers' Association will hold a meeting in the high school Saturday. Mies Marie Kirchhofer, will have a paper on "Our Trip to Washington." Mr. and Mrs. James Weir returned home last Saturday. Doring their absence of two weeks they visited Rev. and Mrs. Geo. Wright, at Northport and other relatives. Miss Mary Gumpper was married Tuesday to Samuel Voegeding at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Gumpper. Mr. Voegeding has purchased a place in the eastern part of the village and they will make their home there. Manchester union school has a janitor ot which it may well be proud. Mr. Volland has of his own record, made a list of all historical dates of inoportance and is very faithful in displaying the stars and stripes on the days on which these dates occur.