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Day
28
Month
October
Year
1898
Copyright
Public Domain
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Misa Mary Fritz is visiting in Lansing. S. E. Howe, of Owosso, was in the oity Tnesday. Miss Rosalie Krause ia visitiug in Grand Rapids. Rev. F. Volz, of Haginaw, is visitiDg Ecuaunel Spring. F. X. Carmody, of Notre Dame, was in the oity Satnrday. Mrs. Elizabeth A. Rafifeusberger is visittug relatives ia Ohio. Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Wbeelook, of Owosso, are visiting in the city. Dr. Garwood, of California, is visitiug her danghter Mrs. F. G. Novy. W. H. Butler returned from a two weeks' vacatiou in Washington, Sunday. Mre. L. E. Cbaever has been in Teouraseh tbis week v.siting her ruother and sister. Miss J. Bailey, who bas , been visiting bere for three weeks, has retnrned to Adrián. Mrs. Albert Manu retnrned Monday frona a week's visit with relatives in Bridgewater. Oscar Buikhart was ont Taesday for the first time aiuce his return from Camp Poland. Mrs. Herman Friesek, of Owosso, spent Sunday with her friend Mrs. Engen K. Frueanff, of W. Huron st. Miss Clara Perdne and Miss Flora Gay, of Detroit, spent Sncday with Misses Bertha and Canie Christinan. (j Mrs. John Burg gave a very pleasant young people's party Tnesday evening in nonor of Miss Hager, of Marqaette, Mich. Mrs. L. L. Gort-on, of Waterloo, Mrs. N. F. Prndden and Mrs. MoLaren, of Ohelsea, visited Mrs. A. O. JSchairer Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Gwinner, Miss Emma Gwinner and Alfred Paul went to Grand Rapids Wednesday to attend the carnival. Miss Emma E. Bower, great record keeper L. O. T. M., is iu Detroit attending a meeting of the exeoutive committee of the order. Rev. W. L. Tedrow is in Three Rivers attending the aanaal meetiDg of the Northern Indiana and Southern Michigan Synod of the Englisn Lutheran obnrcb. Charles Mills is also there as delégate from the Trinity Lutheran congregation of ibis city. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Dinginan gave a family reunión, Oot. 23, in honor oí her sister. Mrs. T. B. Albro, of Lrs Ángees, Cal. There were abont 25 guests present and a most enjoyable time was had by all, as Jíre. Albro had spent thé past two years on the Paoifio coast.