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30
Month
July
Year
1884
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Miss Nettie Ames is visiting in Detroit. Lou Hall was at Whitmore, Monday. Miss Gertie Wade is visiting at Jonesville, Mich. C. II. J. Doliólas leaves for Westcrly, K. I. to-day. Miss Emily Hugglna is the guest of Mrs. T. P. Wilson. Mr. and Airs. CL. GVffin liaveretumed toMinneapolis. Lou Taylor is expected home to-nigut from Wliitmore. Mis. Wm. Noble left for Petoskey last Friday evening. Msss Sophia Wal returned Monday from her Adrián visit. Will Watts visited friends in Detroit Thun-day and Friday. Miss Mary Kuebler has gone to Marshall for a six weeks' visit. J. (J. Watts, of East Saginaw, spent Sunday with lus fatnily here. Miss Clan Gott is the guest of Miss Blrd Gillespie, Grand Rapids. Miss Mary G winner and sister were the guests recently of Miss Binder. Miss Bessie Bartholornew, of Lansiug, is visiting with Miss Maud Hudson. Missess Jennie and Nettie Daniels are spending a few weeks in the country. Miss Mary Douglas, of Grosse Isle, is visiting her cousins on Huron street. Mrs. Tilomas Haiey left Thursday last on the White Mountains excursión. Mrs. H. Reeve, Brooklyn, N. Y., is visiting her sister, Mrs. James II. Wade. Fred Wallace isnursing a sprained ankle received on a Delhi walk yeslerday. Rev. K. B. Pope left for Bay view Monday evening, to be absent two weeks. John Lawrence is sojourning in the Lake Superior región for a few week?. Miss Mary Klimmer, the guest of Miss Walz last week, lias returned to Jackson. Will Condón and Will Burke are in the Portage L-.ike camping party from here. E. N. Gitbert spent a couple of days at the Lake this week. He carne iu last evening. Gillie 8. Pitkin, of Petrolia, Canada, paid liis mother and sisters a short visit last weck. Mrs. T. G. Grady, of South Lyons, spent yesterday with Mr. and Mrs. Lew. Goodrich. Mrs. DeLong, of Detroit, is spending a few da3's in the city with her sister, Mrs. Winchell. Henry Haskell, of Bad Axe, was in the city yesterday, also Mies Carrie Frazer, of Jackson. Mr. C. W. Belser and mother return to-day from a short visit to New Washington, O. G. Morgan, of Kent, England, reached Anti Ar hor last week tojoin his brother E. Morgan. Postmaster and Mrs. Lathrnp have rooms at Mr. Thompon's new house on Fifth street. Miss Ida Belle Winchell slngs in Detroit every Sabbath during her visit home for tlie summer. Bert Lamb, of Winana & Stafford's, attended the funeral of an aunt in Mt. Cleinens Sunday. Mrs. S. Hartiey, M. D., and daughter leave next week for a ten da3's' vacation at Ft. Wayne, Ind. AdolphKrause, of Grand Rapids, spent a few days with his parents recently. He returned yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. Dr. Worden have returned home to Des Moines, Iowa, after a delightful visit here. Mrs. A. W. Ames reached San Francisco in safety, one week from the day she left Ann Arbor. Nelson Booth's faniily are expected home this weok from a three week'a visit in Saline and vicinity. Edward Dunn, on his way to Ft. Wayne, Ind., has been visiting E. A. Eaton for several weeks. Miss Etta G. Gorton and Mrs. N. G. Hill, of California, are visiting with Andrew Climie and famlly. Charlie Woodward and Ed. Guiñan drove out to the Lake, Monday, stopping at Mr.Boyden's on the way. Mrs. Ronaldson, State street, expects to go south in September. Her sou Henry is at Baton Rouge, La., now. Mrs. Elizabeth Wanty, formerly of Ann Arbor, now of Grand Rapids, is visiting relatives and friends in the city. Eugen e Mutschel, of Wincs & Worden's, " took in " the Lake and Soutli Lyon the latter part. of the week. Mrs. Thomas Haley left Ann Arbor on Thursday morning last to visit her mother and other friends in Boston. Zach Roath returned Saturday from a two weeks' trip in Syracuse, N. Y., and elsewhero. He reports a plendid time. Rob Hunt started for Charlevoix Monday. Mrs. Gen. Hunt and Harry expect to reach Charlevoix the latter part of the week. M. C. Peterson and wife left last night for a vacation tour to New York. She will remain at Richfield Springs a few weeks. Ned Eaton, of this office, left for Toledo yesterday afternoon. He tliinks of working in the Blade office. Ned's a good compositor. Mrs. Eliza B. Eaton and family mored to Toledo, O., yesterday. Rae A. Eaton, with Andrews & Witheiby the past year, aecomDanies them. Miss Cclle, sister of Mrs. Prof. Morris, accorapanied Mr. aiul Mrs. Pettee, who started east Monday for a six weeUs' visit in Boston and vicinity. A married daughter of Mr. and Mr.=. Theodore Eoyer, from Ohio.who has been rlalttDf them the past two week?, returns to lier home to-morow. Georffe Wanty, of the firra ol Fletcher & Wanty, of Grand ltapids, was in town for a short time last week. He made a cali on the Couhiek office. Col. H. S. Dean, who attended the National G. A. K. meeting last week in Minneapolis, has gone on farther West. He is expected home Friday. Airs. Nettie Boyden, nee Robinson, livin- about five miles from the city, is repoTted quite sick. Miss Mollie Kennedy is out assisting in taking care of her. MissBessie P. Hunt expects to join her father, General L. C. Hunt, in August or early in September. She will probably remaiu with him somc time. Harry Hunt, Will Thomas, Kred Blcbmond and Geo. Frothingham returned Saturday from a three week's camp at Whitmore. They report a splendid time. Misses Ilebecca Henriques and Louise Hugl8 'cave Tuesday for the east, the formêr going to Philadelphia, and Mim Hufrgins to Atlantic City, N. J., and BalÜ0'f Conklin, the artist, wüo has been with Lewis & üibson for some time, lea ves the latter part of August to accept a potlon in a puotographic establishment in Omaha, Neb. Duane Braley of Kansas, Miss Charlotte Braley of Albion, N. Y., also, Miss Mina Packard of Macedón, N. Y., are vislting Mrs. Charles Howe and other frienda in the city. F. If. Calcott, of Albion, otter for N. II. Winans at one time, was in tlic city last Sbttirday. He expects to take the management of a mercb&nt tailoring business at Marshall soon. Miss Annie Beakes and cousin Willard Beakes, Miss Fannie Steele and brother, went to Wbitmore on Friday. The ladies and Mr. Steele remain a week. Mrs. Beakes spent Tuesday there. Miss Carrie Binder closes her work at the Bee Htve this week. " Strawg show the way the wind blows," you remember. It takes some little time, of course, to prepare for a coming important eyent. Mrs. Win. Wells, of Detroit, stopping with her mother-in-lav for a few weeks past, expects to leave soon for Bay City in coinpany with Miss Lily Wells. They will be the guests f Mrs. Charles Wells. Gen. Lewis C. Hunt has recently been transferred from Sydney, Nebraska to Fort Vancouver, Washington, Ty. Oen. Morrow, father of Robert and Henry, of '83 and '87 respectively.in the University, has (ien. Hunt's fonner location it Syddey. Word has just been received by friends from Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Kinne that their European trip is passing otf very pleasantly. They were at Melrose Abbey, Scotland, on the 18th inst., and had been preceded at that pointonly a few days beforo by Mrs. H. W. Rogers, Huron St,

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Ann Arbor Courier
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