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Wm. Kennedy was in Dexter MoDday. Miss May Breakey has returned from a visit in Marshall. M. Noli left last wpek for Germany, to try and regain his health. A. L. Noble goes to Butler, Ind., tomorrow, to be gone over Sunday. Miss Flora C. Goodale has accepted a position in the Reed City high school. Calvin Bliss entertained C. F. Billings and wife, of Jack9on, during the past week. Miss Ella Bsnnett, of S. Thayer st., was given a pleasant surprise party last Thursday evening. Mrs. Wiley leaves this week for Grand Rapids to visit her daughter, Mra. Dr. Hart, and sister. George Werner, well known in Aon Arbor, was elected alderinan in the fifth ward of Jackson. Mrs. C. H. Ludlow, of Detroit, is visitng her patents, Mr. and Mrs. John Moore, of South Division-st. Mr. and Mrs. Z. S. Pulcipher, of the óth ward, celebrated their golden wedding las week Wednesday. The South Lyon Excelsior says: Giles Lee has leased his farm in Green Oak and will move to Ann Arbor. W. A. Hatch, formerly with Sohairer & Millen, goes to Jackson to-day to clerk for J. J. Twomey, dry goods. Mrs. C. F. Wade and son, of Jonesville, returned hoine Tuesday, after a week's visit with J. H. Wade and family. An air plant at Ed. Eberbach's residence last week sent out its blossom, a long purple iiower. It was brought from Florida. Fr. Fierle was called to Pittsburg, Pa., last week on account of the illness of a brother who died before he reached there. Miss Amelia Schmid, who has been visiting her aunt, Mrs. Dr. Hartley, returns to-morrow to her hoaie in Fort Wayne, Indiana. Charles Perry, of Detroit, and Ernest Goulet, of Reed City, have been visiting at the residence of the latter's aunt, Mr. S. A. Goodale, in Ann Arbor. Mrs. Whiting has sold a house and lot on S. University ave. to Capt H. P. Danfortb, of Foster, O., who comes to Ann Arbor to edúcate his children. At a recent meeting of the Michigan branch of the Woman's board of interior, Mrs. James B Angelí was elected president, and Mrs. Robert Campbell treasurer. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Krueger will move to a residence on Huron-et. near J. M. Wheeler's. Mrs. K.'s mother, Mrs. McMillan, of Detroit, has come to reside in Ann Arbor. Mrs. Alice Slockbower has sold her property on S. Universitv avenue to P. H. Danforth, of Fostoria, Öhio, for $3,500. Mrs. Slockbower intends to remove to Denver, soon, to lócate permanently. Miss Kittie Fohey, the popular attendant at the telephone exchange, will resiga soon, and Miss Walz will take her place. Miss Fohey'8 coming marriage with Dr. Frank C. Sarrazin, medio '88, of Lake Linden, Mich., is announced. Isaac Dunn, of North-st, reached the good oíd age of 73 years, April 6. He had forgotten that it was his birthday until about 25 of his children and grand-children surprised the old gentleman, tak me possession of the house, managing matters to suit themselves. After a fine dinner, Mr. Dunn was presented with a gold-headed cañe, and Mrs. Dunn with a silver berry dish. It was a happy occassion long to be remembered.


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