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Parent Issue
Day
8
Month
June
Year
1887
Copyright
Public Domain
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Hon. T. M. Cooley is in the city.
Sam Gregory returned from a trip eas last Saturday.
Ex-Mayor W. H.Waldby of AdriƔn was in town last Friday.
D. C. Fall was out for the first time since liis illnes8on Saturday.
Mrs. J.C. Knowlton gives an afternoon coffee from 4 to 6 tliis p. m.
Dr. Frothingham and wife have gone to Chicago for a few day's visit. Mrs. Snow, of Detroit, is visiting Mrs. Israel Hall on Washtenaw Ave. J. E. Wyman was np from Detroit Saturday looking prosperous and happy. Miss Rose Berkey of Grand Rapids, is in the city the guest ot Mrs. Ferdon. J. II. Morris another of our old pioneers was stricken with paralysis Monday. O. O.Wales, agent of T., A. A. & N. M. Ry. spent Sunday with his family in Dundee. Mrs. Geo. Haviland leaves for Lake Gogebic on Friday where she will rciii:iin until fall. Mr. and Mrs. John Moore have returned from a visit to Prof. H. J. Robson, of Port Huron. Miss Knowlton givcs a reception tor Mrs. Prof. Hutchlns, on Wednesday evenlof, June 8th. Mrs. J. M. Stafford, left for Akron, O., last evening, called there by the severe illness of a sister. John Ferdon who ha been In the city to attend the wedding of his sister, returns to St. Paul to-day. Mrs. Prof. Perry and her twin ehildren will snlffthesalt sea breezes on Nantucket Island tilia sumiller. Mr. and Mrs. Dr. Jenkins have returned from their wedding trip and are at home to their friends, on North st. Miss Edith Taylor, of Ree9e, who ha9 been visiting in the city for the past few weeks left for home on Friday. Mrs. Charlotte lllrey, of Kalamnzoo, who has been visiting her nepliew, A. L. Noble, returned home tliis morning. Evart Scott returned from Petoskey last Wednesday. He will soon erect an elegant residence on Washtenaw Ave. James A. Robison, of the Detroit Free Press staff, was in the city over Sunday visiting his parents and other friends. Prof. Elisha Jones, was called to New York city last Wednesday to attend the funeral of a relative. He returns today. Mrs. Morse and tamily are to move back to Alpena as soon as the schools close, nnich to the regret of society people here. Mayor Sinith returned Saturday from a two or three week's trip out west ; principiilly looking nfter liis large landed interests in Iowa. Chas. Kaichen and Pliil Krause, of Cincinnati, and Miss Cora Kaichen, of Detroit, were visiting friends heru the lirsi part of the week. Mrs. John W. Maynnrd is expecting a visit from her two tiieces, the Misses Pierce, of California, and her daughter, Mrs. John H. Maynard. Profs. Palmer, Frothingham, Vaughan iii.l Hendricks left Monday to attend the uonvention of the American Medical Assot'iation held at Chicugo on June 7th. Richard Kearns, the genial "Dick," who lias been in Detroit for ome months, will liereafter keep books for Ilurnham ik Co , i Lansing firm, for whicli ptaoe he left yesterday. Donnell Davcnportof Helena, Montana, leaves for his home in the far west Friday. He will go hy way of the Iake9, meetlns liis sister in St. Paul. His many friemls wi.-li Iiini an enjoyable trip. Prof. Lorenzo Dn via, of Oakland, Cal., formerly well known here as " Lo," U in the city, liHVing come to see his father. He left San Francisco last Tliursday and trrived in the city last evening.