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News Notes From Manchester

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Parent Issue
Day
24
Month
January
Year
1902
Copyright
Public Domain
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Manchester, flöch., Jan. lti.- The Southern Waatotenaw Farmers' Murual Insurance Co. havo a total membershlp of .'.vi and carry risks amounttng to $863,290. There was no assessmi'nl last ycar and the total disbursements of the cbnjpany were $332.80, of wlncli $24: was paid for losses. Mr. and Mrs. .lames Martin left for ïms Angeles, ('al., todáy, where tliey may spend the winter. Twins were lxrn to Mr. and Mrs. Henry Steinegeweg, Jan. 13, a boy and a girl. Mis. Stegemeier has sold Her residence to "VVill 'Holt. The Arbelter Verein are contemplatIng iniproving thelr hall eonsiderably. Luther Benedfct, of Manchester town, recent ly sluit white owl whose wlnge spread live feet tliree inclies. It is being toounted by Ed. Kief. It is said that there was a eock flght hereabonts Monday niglit. The Jithodist sooial yesterday netted $8.69. The Union Savings baak have added (1,000 to tlieir surplus fund. Tlie People'S bank has elected the following directora: B. ï. Lovejoy, A. K. Preeman, Vreá Stelbkohl, Frank Spafard, Fred Kensler, E. 'M. Conklin, Fred Spafard, ,T. A. Lowery and O. L. Torrey. Frank Spafard was re-eiected president and C. W. Oase cashier. Miss Fran'ces TTlil, of Freedom, and John Stafb, of Clinton, were married today at St. Mary's church in this village by the Iiev. Fr. MolJlaughlin.