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Mr. C. D. Johnson will soon be about again, it is hoped. Mr. A. H. Glenn is here from Florida, will make a short stay this time. R. C. Glenn will be founa at home íor a few days with a sprained ankle. Miss Tirzey Twamley will be surprised with a birthday party Monday evening. North Lake begins to open around the edges. Some nice fish were taken out last week. Lyceum is still in full blast, will close as soon as sap starts so we can have a licking good time. The play, Soldier of Fortune, wil be given by Unadilla amateurs on Friday evening next. A good chance to laugh and get fat if you board yourself. Nearly all the varieties of spring birds are on hand. Some mornings will make them think of an early spring or an extra pair of socks for their feet. Daney, a colt owned by your correspondent, died Friday only sick three hours. This is the second horse for me this spring. Don't know what the trouble is, as yet. The teachers think it about as easy to get married and keep house as to pass so hard an examination as this spring. Some that failed wi'I have to fall back on it or something else. Your scribe and daughter, Lou, went to Fentonville, Friday, and attended the teachers examination which lasted two days. Had a good time calling on relatives and friends and had a little maple sugar in it, but little made yet. Mr. D. O. Sutton and son, A. L. Sutton, are about as happy as anybody you can find. Their imported registered shropshire ewes are giving great promise so tar. Two pair of twins when an hour old, weighed 18 and 241 lbs., while single e we lambs weigh 12 and 13 pounds. The mothers are careful and affectionate, rivalling many of the so called human species. The middle wool will overrun and close out the fine wool sheep in the near future as it looks at present.


Ann Arbor Argus
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