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WINEGAR - To Parent Directory

WINEGAR - To Parent Directory

WINEGAR - To Parent

' -• :" •-.'•••. • . ,. V ' " W t T p H ; M A L . I O B T Q - y y A R D t ^ O K T E A N D C H A R I T Y F O R A L L / VOL I. LOWELL, KENT COUNTY, MICH., JUNE 23, 1894. NO. 52 He Buys Best Who Buys die Best. WINEGAR Sells the Best. Leave Your Order with R- B . v BOYLA.]N ibr bi* a. First Olaas Bieycle Fully \V arrante »ai BEST 16.00 FENCE KACEQTC EVER SOU) IN MICHIGAN Please Call at my Store and Examine the Superior Merita of this Machine. Respectfnlly yours. , Hx-adqaartm for \ D D D / \ V I A fU (ienenl lUrdtrare. ( W\m Om D V S f l a A n Spring ^ o p d s T h e L a t e s t A n d T h e B e s t . We niah it Distinctly Understood that we Make No $15 Beady-Made Suits to Order. Our woA is CUSTOM* WORK, and will Compare , Favorably with any done This Sideof the MW. Now is the Time to Place Your Orders. tkTaikr. A COMPLETE LINE OF FURNITURE —ISO— UUIERTAKER'S j. B. n ^-SOODS On^ Door East of Wisner/s Mill From tiie Wdl-KnowTi Factory q{ E P. Eeed & Co. all the Latest Styles in - OUR GRADUATES. Moile Hall Paoked to SuffooatioDi Heeting of the Hooker Pioneer Sooietf. M U T TIAT DeaUu of Hra. Mover and Mr.BoMnaon. CLAM Vi. " llanc kail WM packed toiufccHion Thursday eTening, the occasion bong the commeooement exercbee of the Jiovell tefaook; mud thao& the heat **5 exce»Te, the pregrani is pronodboed one of the best and aMsi creditably performed commeowments ever held ia Lowell, The etage was baaatifelly decorated with blooming plante and the dan colore. bine and white. Aa evergreen a Launched,* the das# antto, mm mapended acron the ftx»t, and a tnioiatore ship uoder full Bail WM the center piece of the stage decoradons. The dan of "94 ii conpoeed of the following mem here: Louisa Barber, Will Iforphy, Ellis Faulkner, Matlie Ftockaid,' Delia Hatch, Jeasie TUdea, Katie Mella boa, Clara Walker. the dasB, teachers, aad school officers occupied the stage, and y/s wy. *IM •**: passed off nicely, and the graduates acquitted themselves nobly. The das of *94 rs now "laaathed. May it have a long, happy and presperons life voyage^ LADIES FOOTWEAR! ^ Lowell ev MURRAY. Following is the pcegrsm: Orniion, "II Does Move," Bflis E, Fanliow. Prophecy, Katie IL MeMahon. Piano solo. "WaJtz," Leila FwKn. Essay, "After the Battle, the Re wastd." Delia P. Hfitdi. Maledictory, Louisa C Baibtr. Presentfltaou of Diplomas. Octet, "Good Nigbt Good Night, BdoWd.* Benediction. "Prayer, Bev. A- P. Moore. Piano tm, Maaaie Walsh, B «le MdCarty. Ura Weekea. Salutatory, Martae A. Packard. Oration, "Every JUa Has His Place." Wifl «. Mnrp^ Vocal «oJo, '"Oeole LoVe Hattw IL WiboD. dan hintory, Clara M. Walker. Essav, "reaciiings and laAaences of Nature." Jessie L. Tilden. Anderson's octet, "Who Knows WW iJhe Bells Sayf Mesers. Andw- 60H, Hunter, Winegar and Morgat) and Mesdames Sl«»ne, Look and Peck and Miss Anna Hunter, R. D. Stockpasaed) and last but not least, cigars, which were enjoyed by a portion of the men. After the tables were cleared the society was called to order by the president. The secretary was called oa to read the constitoticn, by-laws afld the minotes of the meetings durihg the year. The proceedings of the previous meetings were approved. There was a membership of about 38 one year ago and about 30 have joined since, making a membership of G8. Om. PEEHDETT HOOKEB. Wilson of Saranac aa invited gaestt W|fl called on and read a well prepared paper oa early pioneer life, aad naaiag dosn to the present, aod treating slightly on the top.ti of capital and labor. Mok D. L. Eaton gave a paper on the life aad pioaasr practice of her Suttfver/A Aa ^k-hsnda, M. D. It was pronounced aa exccHent paper bat Ihe reader eooU not be heard by the oatiide drde. Mrs. Xeleoo Collar was called out and gave some reniaiacecces of early trade in Lowdl, ^ their with Orson Peck and other early raerchanta. John Maynard was asked to prepare a historical sketch of the early musical band of Lowell. Mr. Maynard be. ing one of tLe active nembere, well prepared for ibe irker, the cl:airman, was asked to give some icddeatti and tharaoteriptics o!f the Indian was and Indian life, which he did in a happy manner, ofien being assisted by the Robinsons, StocklagB and o^wrs of the -oide* aetllei^. Her foarapaa are €^a|L,«f Detroit. George L.; J. C. English was eaJled out' and •OTE PLOJJEERK. one.N.J. aad F, of Stanton, Tb. Hocker kxmt d htnr- g»« > coakg «, Michigan of tihe firtt pioneer tiat lo- The bereaved haAaad i Lsoue< ell held its second annnal focaic lust B< attffl. He soea ran dowa ^ ^,® r ' 0B8 * Wednesday^ the pleasant aad epacious home and grounds of 3Tr. and to ibepraDentand tndtilgfed^in some DEATH OF WE. AEKSTOf VGj prospertive ibonghts and surmises in Mrs. Rnbea Quick. The Pioneers I>>ed, ia Hygeaw, Saturday, Jena | regard to fnture electrioity, when we otimmenoed assembling at 10^ a. m. !«, Oha tw Armstrong aged 57 veaafc | may see bieydes. ton by electricity and Ad-noJ-momiDencie to dispej* nntil 5 p. m. Yoik*it\ aoftgd there, kd c w ^r. Araottragyaas^rn^ New ' and alen anr ships propelled and guided ; by the same electric enrr-ents. There was mooh tiattjug aad stoiy. : to tke towtffcirip of CJannons'jujg, The following were elected officers wiling e^oyed dosing tlhe spreading where he Kv< d twtaty years. He has for the ensuing yoar: ofDhejtabJes *iti ijaked.^oik and ««aded in Vergessaiferihe past fsur Jsolm & . Hookerr indent; Mrs. and beana, cakes, pttS^nAi meats and yeaw, Laat waatcr he had an attack fiobti-Mardial, vice president; Ifaa. aadh nthcr sAstantkls and delicacies rf la grippe, from whVa ke never fially reesvetai, and alaek was tha itbe pi on eei-s well . know how la nlti- time and unable to be present at meeting.' The earae spread on the minutes .of the j and a copy presented to Mrs. Mi Resolutions of thanks were ded to "Mr. and Airs. Quick and speakers/ - 4i Invited"guesta from abroad were. 1 UKT GeoHooker and wife of Ada, Clias. Wilaon and Hiram Olmstead of Saranac. , tt^as voted to hold thei neat annual meting June 20,189&& the home aid gr&jnds'of Mr. aM Geo. W. Parker", > Mn. ' '*• • BASE BALL. . " The high school club w*Jt to Alto to play the .boys at-that place, last Satarday7 and were defeated by sco're o ^ toi2. * -• ^ ^ On Wednesday the h%fa school boys played ^the ^Athletics - and defeated them by a score of 24 to'21in a ten inning game. The game of the week was the contest between the fats and the leans, Tbanday afternoon.. The band escorted the teams to the fair ground and quite a crowd followed oa. a Tbo. leans were not "in it,* 1 with the fats and were trounced to the tone of 37 1014, and the fats had an inning to spare. Yesterday, the Lowells played tho Keene boys and were defeated 7 to 14 MBS. CATBAEDTB SELOVER died in Vergennea, Satarday, June IS. The funeral services were conducted bjr Pasl^rShiatr} at the residence, at' 4 p. m. Monday, ^^M^he remains were interred in the new ah^tery.l Mra. M^over was bom at keepcie, K. Y, Angast^St, 1840. At the agt ofasreatoai eifc waa married to Mr Sdover, aad with him cung to this state, M.*tt!iag aa the farm north of the village, FW aone,, all of whom are married, and her Kusbsnd survive her. They ham*|sympaib ies of the commeeity. Since the above was let np we have received a commnnieation froai which the fcilowing tddit^aai Mrs. Server's maiden name wa» Catherine A. Peppier. Her deati: by geaasai dedine, sk having been in poor health fcr Hght yeara. Sfee was a kind and iomg mother, and a trae hnlpnwte as a wife. She was very doaeslic in Her habha, having been to Lowell, naly two and one half mSes distant bat twice eight ynare, Ike laat time being at Ike fair ia 18937 v - Siie wj a a atember of the first presbytcriaa ckorch af Aabara, ». Y, bat owing U paovkeaHh has taken no aptire part Mnee reasanng hare. sonadedMd At 1 p. «. the-blatter' of the heal] J pioneers !&*, paHak- MC: with the straw- M. M Perry, tres-, Mrs A. C. Sherman, sec.; Ruben Quick. Mrs. |aka Maynard and Xga, D. L. toes. A ret o'ulion of condokiioe j r-*y was- Ml, one of: the society Helsawaa wife and three cWdren* Was aad a good oitf^ i * The a r by ids maey v, m parity" -

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