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Parent Issue
Day
24
Month
September
Year
1884
Copyright
Public Domain
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Miss A. Mack has been visiting in Chicago. Miss Cynthia Knight is visitinsr friends 11 Duiulee. Palmer Stewart, of Detroit, smiled on lis friends in town Salurday. Mrs. Pope, Mis. Day and John Fcidon mve returned from Bay View. Hon. E. D. Kinne and wife returned Tuesday from their European brida] our. Wm. Livingston, Jr., collector of the )ort of Detroit, was in town Saturday ast. Mis. H. J. Beakes has returned home 'rom a visit lo her sister, Mrs. Sinclair, in Detroit. Mrs. N. C. Goodale, of Delhi, leaves this morning for an extended trip In the eastern states. Miss Satia Hyde has returned from her summer vacation passed at Niagara Falla and Búrlalo. Will Price of the First National Bank ïas returned from a ten days vacation pent in Lansing. Miss Jennie Vandeventer returned Satirdaf from an extended visit among friends in Dundee and vicinity. Col. Wm. B. McCreery, of Plint, was n town Friday last, accompanying his son, Who is to enter the university this fall. Mra. Jennie Foster, of Detroit, has been visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. James Clark, on N. Main st., durinj; the week. John Hemick, train dispatcher of the M. C. R. R., at Detroit, spent Sunday in the city with his mother, on E. Catharine street. Miss Lettie Staoluke, of Pontiac, and Miss Mary McCulloDgh, of Ypsilanti, were the guests of Mrs. Geo. H. Pond during the week. Miss Lilliel. Boughton, who has been spending the summer at her old home in Sheffield, Hls., bas returned to the city, and is once more at her post in the post office news depot. We were glad to meet B. Frank Bower on the street Monday morning, looking well and happy. Frank is making the local department of the Detroit Post look bright and cheerful.