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Ypsilanti Town

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Parent Issue
Day
1
Month
August
Year
1902
Copyright
Public Domain
OCR Text

JIrs. Covert is stayïng with her siser, Mrs. M. E. Freeman, who is in rery poor health. And now the berry pickers are hieing o the blackberry flelds and whortleerry marshes. The Mistes Isabel and Thelene and Master iHarold Stevens, of Detroit, are taying with Mrs. Fifleld. Mr. Rawson is on the sick list. Mrs. Hester Dickerson, wife of the ate 'Peter Dickerson, died at her old ïome one-half mile south of Rawsonille Friday morning, July 25, 1902, at he advanced age of 84 years. Mrs. Dickerson had been in failing health for some time, but her last sicknes was of but a few hours' duratlon. Sh was an old and highly respected citl zen and leaves many friends who wit lold a warm place in their hearts sa cred to her memory. She leaves tw danghters, Mrs. Roland Fletcher, wh resides on the old homestead, and Mrs Samuel Fletcher of Ypsilanti city.