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Another wedding again this week. Who next? John Haas lost a valuable horse last week. 'T. S. Flinn was ii Chelsea,Saturday, on business. Miss Bertha Heggie is spending a few weeks in Detroit. Miss Mary Vogel has returned from an extended visit in Marshall. Rev. Henney preached his farewell sermón Sunday night. He goes to Hersey. Will Wacker and family leave this week for their new home in Oregon. Our best wishes attend them. Father Stauss was able to go to Manchester last Saturday. He has been confined to the house nearly two months. House cleaning is now under full headway and our man about the house is using all the pet words hè has in his vocabulary. If our people would use the needless expenditures for the fixing up of their homes, there would be a boom in the painters trade here this spring. Those of our young people who attended the dance at Lim Center last Friday night report a large crowd and a good time. We believe it. B. V. Sage is teaching in district No. I, AddieWestfall in district No. 2, F red Feldkampat Pleasant Lake, Miss Bond at Silver Lake, L. E. Guiñan in district No. 7, T. S. Flinn in district no. 8, Will Schlict in the Brenning district, Frank Quinan in the Kappler district, Allie Guiñan in district No. 9. [Krom another correspondent.] Mr. (_'. Schnirring is on the sick list. We learu that Mrs. F Breitenwischer is very sick. Miss B. Hegge went to Detroit, last Monday, to visit friends. Mr. L. Lit, one of ourold settlers, has moved to Jackson county . Quite a number of our young folks went tu the Lima Center dance last Fnday night. A young emigrant trom the old country by the name ot E. Horning arrived at his uncle's, Mr. G. Horning's last week. Mr., L. Koebbe has returned home trom Sharon with his engine, where ríe has been wood for the past few weeks. Mr. C. A. Hoffman, of Fort Wayne, Ind., has bought seventy barrels of eider from Freedom and vicinity lor shipment.


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