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Parent Issue
Day
18
Month
August
Year
1887
Copyright
Public Domain
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Mrs. Irving Clark visited Detroit the 17th inst. Mrs. Fred. Corden is visiting friends at Mason. Leonard Bassett, of Lodi, has moved to Arm Arbor. Mr. T. Sanford, of Arm Arbor, was in town the llth inst. Mrs Joe Sanders, of Ypsilanti, was in town the 12th inst. The Presbyterian S. S. gave an excursión to Detroit the 17th. Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Marsh and son visited Detroit the 17th. The social at the M. E. church, the 13th inst, netted about $16.00. Emma Armstrong, of Ann Arbor, returned to her home the 12th inst. Oscar Robinson. of Ann Arbor, visited at Justice McKinnon's the llth inst. The Saline Arbeiter Society will give a picnic at Bassett's grove on the 24th inst. Mrs. G. W. Lucking and son, of Ypsilanti, visited in town several days last week. The M. E. church S. S., will give a picnic the 19th at the grove west of H. W. Bassett's. Dennis & Glover's machine shop in the Wallace block will be ready to run in a few days. Fannie Sanford, of Hamilton, N. Y., 3 visiting her cousins, Mr. and Mrs. Julius Sanford. Austin Rheinfrank has gone to Summerset Centre to take charge of the L. S. & M. S. freight office. The I. O. G. T. lodge donated the money in the treasury to the members in ice-cream installments the 12th inst. Geo. Amsden and Geo. Anderson, of Ypsilanti, were in townthe 12th. looking after the job of painting the Baptist church. Ed. Ruckman, who has been at work for the Champion Co.,asexpertthrough Dakota, arrived home the 13th inst. The game of ball between the Cone nine and Lake Ridge nine, the 13th inst., resulted in favor of the former by a score of 18 to 27. A. K. Rouse has lèft for a sojourn in Pennsylvania, Maryland and West Virginia as agent for the Albion manufactujrlng company. E. R. Aldrich & Son, Tommy and Wm. Jackson, went to Silver Lake, the 12th inst., fishing. Master Tommy was the captain of -the party, catching 7 out. of the 10. The contract for painting the Wallace block was let to Mr. Coburn, of this place ; Ann Arbor parties' bid being $130, Mr. Hull's, $85, Howard & Briggs', $84.75, Mr. Coburn's, $75. E. A. Hauser, Mat Schittenhelm, O. E. Hawkins, Frank Krause, Irving Clark, Will Clark, Geo. Benton, John Gillen, W. H. Smith, Geo. Litchard and R. H. Marsh took in the ball game at the Ridge the 13th inst.

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Ann Arbor Register