Press enter after choosing selection

Personal And Social

Personal And Social image
Parent Issue
Public Domain
OCR Text

Mrs. R. Chnpin returned frotn Chicago last evening. Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Keech were in Toledo, Tuesday. Willis Olney returned írom Springfield, 111., Saturday. C. S. Ashley, of Toledo, was in Ann Arbor yesterdiy. Joseph Reek, a former Aon Arbor boy, died Tuesday ia Lansing. Mrs. D. J. Fisher and fatnily are visiting Mrs. Fisher's, of Main-st. F. A. Liteon, of Jack&on, was at D. C. Fall's in Ann Arbor Monday. Mrs. D. Loomis and Mrs. Nuble, oí Catherine-st, visited Detroit this week. James Coleraan, of Grand Rápida, attended the funeral of his father Tueeday. E. N. Kendall, of Toledo, spent Friday evening Ia9t with his relatives in this city. W. A. Marker, of Wayne, spent Sunday with hisbrotherin the medical departtnent. Mr. and Mrs. J. Berry start for Milwaukee tomorrow to reside with their son, Dr. F. Berry. Louis Roland a former tobacconist of this city, now t Denver, is back to Ann Arbor on a visit. Willis F. Cornell, the hustling traveler for Barnhart Bros. & Sptndler, of Chicago, was in the city Tuesday. Rev. Dr. Rnsey will return from a visit to his mother at Winchester, Ohio, and occupy bis pulpit next Sunday. Geo. Haviland, the happy and successful manager for the glee club, weet to the Gegobio región Tuesday, fot a week's visit. Will C. Holland, formerly employed in The Register bindery, has a bindery of his own in Jackson now, and last Tuesday married a Jackson lady.


Old News
Ann Arbor Register