Press enter after choosing selection


Personals image
Parent Issue
Public Domain
OCR Text

L. J. Liesemer was in Detroit Monduy. August líoehm, of Eaton R.ipids, is In own for a day or two. Frank E. Legg spent Suiuliy witli lus hirents at Colon, MicU. Mrs. Miry Collins Wliiting was in Owosso on business Saturday. Z icli Roatb went to ïiew York Monay on a two weeks business trip. Allen B. Pond, of Cliicago, lcfl Monday fter a few day's stay witli his puren ts. Thos. F. Hill and wife leave next Monday for Kansas City for a stay of scveral weeks. Mr. aml Mrs. John Lewis, of South jyon, visitcd Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Blakfi ast week. Miss Iva McII;uMy, of Ypsilanti, isited friends In Aan Arbor last Friday nd Saturday. Es-City Recorder C!ias. J. Durbeim, ow of Manistec, lms been In the city uring the week. Mrs.VVm. Steueferwse Eunice Schalrer, f West Point, Neb., had a sou bom to o lier Mareh 7tli. Mrs. Dr. Lewis Drake nee Nettie !regg, of Marquette, iiow rejoicss over a on bom March lOth. Fred Binder, who bas beeu with Schuh fc Muehlig leaves Saturday to accept a wsition in a hardware store at Eist Sagiaw. James E. Ilarkins bas been engaged o take pari in the St. Patrick's Day elebration at Linsing uext Monday, he 17th. Mrs. C. E. Alfred, of Jeddo Mich, also [ia A. Hndson and daughter, of San francisco Cal., are guests of Mrs. Fishcr, f North University Ave. George Apfel and wife, of Butler, nd., are spending a week or so in this city. üeorge looks as if Indiana atmosphere perfectly agreed with hira. David F. Allmendinger is slowly recovering from a wrestle witli the grlppe. He appeared at the factory Monday for the iirst time in Iwo weeks. Rev. S. Hendrickson has been visiting his daughter Mrs. Arthur Stalker of Clinton. Upon his return she acoompanied him to pass a few d:i5'S at her former home. Miss Carrie Bell, daughter of Andrew Bell on Liberty Street, is now a teacher in the high school of Miuneapnlis, Mimi., writes home that they have teachers' meetings of G00 at a time. Mrs. James Jones of the 5th ward, Is gerlously 111, and there Is little hope oí recovery. Mr. and Mrs. White and James Jones, all of Port Huron have been called here by reason thereof. Edwin F. Gay is to salí on the 15tli lost. from New York for Europe, to pursue his studies. His mother and sister will follow after the school year closes, sailing from New York about Juue lSth.


Old News
Ann Arbor Courier