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Mrs. Ainbrosc Kcarney has gone to Chicago for a few day's visit. A üttle daughter at the home of Frank Looinis causes great rejoicinij therein. M. J. ltourke now rejoiccs in a stronglunged yoting daughter slnce Saturday. Mrs. Prof. Delos Fall, of Albion, and cliild, are visiting at 1). ('. Fall's for n few days. C. H. Sinith and B. J. Holcomb of Detroit, rode out on their blcyclea Monday afternoon in four hour?. Miss Mabel Raudolph, of Toledo, Ohio, is visiting her sister Miss Lou Kandolph, of the literary class of '90. Miss Mary Keye, of Cliaton, wlio has been visiting Mrs. John Burg fora couple of weeks returned home Monday. Miss Alta l'arker has accepted a posltion as clerk with Mr. Matthews the pension agent at Ann Arbor. - Chelsea Echo. Miss Grace Hollenbeck of Perrysburg, Otilo, has returned to her home, after a week's visit with Hn. (Uney on N. State street. Geo. Jacobus, of Toledo, waa iu the city yesterday, and was a pleasant culler at the Couriek office. He looks as if the muddy Maumee azreed with liini, being as jolly as ever. Wa. Allaby of tuis city, and Thos. Blake, of Ann Arbor town, left Monday for Europc, to revisit the old home and old scènes In England. They will doLondon, and visit relativcs iu Spaulding, Lincolnshire, and ex peet to return about August lst


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