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Sharon Notes Of Interest

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Will Frey, of Norvell, was in towu on Saturday. E. C. Wolf is at Norvell, workiug in the celery honse. Will Uphaus plays ball with the Manchestei team. Willis Green bas been speuding a few days in Bridgewater. Supervisor Wiu. F. Hall is able to ba abont after a bneí illuess. Mrs. George Bahnmiller of Norvell, called ou fneuds here ou Friday. "'! Miss Edna Joues, of Norvell, called at E. M. Pierce's on Satnrday. Goncli C. Dorr has gone to Texas with another carload of sheep. We were favored by a fiue rain tou Monda?. It was much needed. Mrs. Harret Bullard is visiung'ber sou, C. A .Bnllard, iu Jackson. Mrs. Oiner Nordman bas been stsying at Frank Trolz's at Wamplei's Lake. Watthew T. Pront bad a valnable borse badly iujured ou a barb wire receutly. F. Mande Goodell bas resnmed her duties as teacher in tbe Sharon Hill district. Mrs. Edwin Green audsou Mervin, of Ypsilanti, have beenj visitiug at ïbomas Green 's.
Martha Kuhl will teach the winter and spring terms of school in District No. 9, Freedom.
Mrs. Mary Spielman of Adrián, raccompanied by ber cbildren, is visiting ber parents.Mr. and Mrs. John Moehn.
Mrs. Edwin Taylor of Traverse City, accompauied hy her children, is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Williani Trolz. Richard DuBois has returuea trom Detroit, where he has beeu visiting bis uephew. D. A. DuBois, and cousin,Dr. W. C. Stevens. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Trolz have been at Wampler's Lake caring for tbeir sister-in-law, Mrs. Frank Trolz, who bas been very ill with peritonitis and appendicit:s. Died, at the residence of bis daughter, Mrs. Eltner Logan, in Sbaron, on Mouday, Sept. ■ 11, 1899, of inflammation of the bladder, Denuis VauDuyn, aged 80 years. Deceased was one of the oldest residents of Bridgewater, whete he resided on nis farm nntil the death of bis wife abont a year ago. T he in terrneiit was at (Jak Grove cem etery Manchesthr.