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Quite a number of children in this vicinity are sick with the measles. Mrs. John Braun is getter better from the bad attack of pneumonía which she had. Your correspondent has a smal! set of apotheeary scales that came over in the dutch fleet of 1760 and they were old scales at that time. A good many rabbits are around nere this winter, the first to amount to anything in three or four years. And the hunters are liaving fine sport shooting them. A large number of friends and relatives met at William Bush's to celébrate the 25th anniversary of his marriage with Mrs. Mary Townend. A number of fine gifts were sresented among them bp'mg a plendid silver tea set. There was a largeturn out Christmas evening to witness the exercises at the M. E. church and receive presents. The church was nicely decorated and the Christmas trees looked beautiful growing under their heavy loads. The exercises were conducted in good shape and the children acted theii parts splendidly. Dr. John Lemen enteVtained the crowd with two well selected songs. Among the valuable presents was a fine siiver watch presented to the pastor, Rev. Mr. Palmer by his congregation. He said he had no idea that his congregation were watching him, but he was verv thankrul for the gift, vvhich was a big surprise to him. Mis. Jacob Mayer received a handsome gold watch from her husband. The superintendant of the Sunday school, Mr. George Wilber, got a line large chromo painting from the Sunday school scholars. There were many other presents.


Ann Arbor Argus
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