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Parent Issue
Day
7
Month
November
Year
1894
Copyright
Public Domain
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Mm. J. V. Sheéhan went to Detroit morning. O. E. Gooding, of York, lias been granted aa original pension. Dr. V. C. Yaughan is making repairs on his house on State st. Mise Bell Brewer, oi Marshall, has been visiting MLss Tortor oí this city. The O. 33. S. will hold its annual election on Wednesday evening of this week. W. E. Burk, a prominent druggist of Detroit, is in the city vislttag relatives. Mrs. Wines, who has been in Detroit for some time, is visiting with her son, Levi D. Wines. ! IRev. J. L. Hudson, of Alpena, has , been visiting his son Arthur, "9S lit. for a few days. Chas. Fantle, of St. Paul, Minn., is looking after his Ann Arbor property for a few days. Mrs. L. D. Hubbard, fonnerly Miss Jennie Monroe, of Saginaw, ís in the city visiting her old home. Thos. R. Coogan, of Chatham, Ont., high constable- conforming to our sheriff- is in city to-day. Chas. IVlieeler a.nd wife returned last evening from a few days' visit with friends in Eaton Rapids. Mis. Dr. Suker, of Toledo Ohio , forinerly Miss Birdie Dunster, is visiting lier ofiThome for a few days. Mr. and Mre. Geo. W. Miley have returned from a visit with their daughter, Mrs. Dr. Hart, of Port Huron. Miss Hattie Yetley, of Toledo, and Mrs. J. Bengler, of Owosso, are visiting Mrs. Goo. Dengler 33 South First street. Mr. and Mrs. August Haidlau, of "Waterloo, who havo been visiting at M. J. Lehiman's, will return home Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Perry, oí Lima, have been spending a few days with Mr. and Mrs. W. I. AVhittaker, of Fourth ave. Tliere waa a happy llulloween surpTiiee party at thO home of Winnifred Beanam. Au oid tíeie Hallo ween was onjoyed. Hon. H. W. Newkirk, of Dexter, is in Ann Arbor to-day. He is very enthusiaetic about tlie republicun prospects this fall. Jerry Taylor, of Northville, who luis been visiting for six weeks or so. at his uncle's, i'rof. F. M. Taylor's, hos returned home. Mts. C. A. Youug has arrived in Ann Arbo-r, from Detroit, where she leen for a few days, after her return turn from California. Miss Harriet Campbell, daughter of Prof. G. Campbell, of Dartmouth college, is visiting her uncle Kobert Campbell', on Packard ut. Dr. T. E. Burgess who has been stopping a few days in the city, left last eveniing for Alpuna, with a view ot making that his future home. Mr. and Mrs. Homer Henderson, of Cleveland, Ohio, are in tlie city, called here by the severo illness of Mrs. U's father, . M. Henion. Miss McMonegal, iormprly of Detroit, will five lessons in Delsarte and eüoeutton, Overy 'iliursday p. m., at 4:15 o'clock, at l!;irr:s Hall. Mr. and Mrs. llarry W. H.iwUv. who have been visiting Mrs. H's parents Mr. and Mrs. C. Mack, for some weeks, left for New York this morning. Mrs. AVÜliam T. AVhedon returns tomorrow from an Adrián visit, and Saturdaj goes to Iiochester, N. Y., wheve Bhe will tmeet her husband and return to her home in Norwood, Mase. Mrs. .luiliu 0. Holmes, of Burr Oak, ; wlio has been the guest oí Mrs. Geo. H. FojkI. Tor a few days, returncd to lier home th'iis ïnorning. The famL'.y expect to remoA to Ann Arbor before loiig for permanent residence. Dr. and Mrs. J. A. Lenfestey, of Mt, Clemens, rejolce in the advent of a ten pound ba.by girl att lieir home on the 5th inst. The Dr. graduated wiith the Homeop. clnss of '92. Mrs. L. was formerly Miss Xellie Soailier, oí Dexter, and ha many friends here in Ann Arbor, ivlio wHl send congratulations.

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Ann Arbor Courier