1883.04.11 SCB p6 Notes

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1883.04.11 SCB p6 Notes - d tended. l(e is line speaker, anil eaves a...
d tended. l(e is line speaker, anil eaves a good impression. Caps Anil Advertiser of Mareli 23rd s ivs: "Jjist bmidav Mr. .K. Tundin- Tundin- ion.of Tufts Divinity ScIujoJ, prea::lied u tiie Universalist Church, afternoon i'id evenii'iar, and gave two very inter- inter- .-ding' .-ding' .-ding' discourses, which were liiliiy njoyed by those in attendance, tht- tht- au- au- lii-nee lii-nee lii-nee being larger tlian usual." Cleveland Leader: Attorney AV. 15. blunders concluded the closing1 argu ment in the application for a new trial n'tlie skvt t-Cross-1 t-Cross-1 t-Cross-1 t-Cross-1 t-Cross-1 iobbitt case v ester- ester- lay afternoofi, and the case was "t.:ken ,to consideration by the court. It is d rrol.alle that their decision wid be vudered until about the time naviga- naviga- 011 opei). '"The Crowd," composed of ll ilpli J arnctt, Joesmitn, (.eorxce-St'iber. (.eorxce-St'iber. (.eorxce-St'iber. Fred Jirvan.lj. U. I lauseoin. l-'red l-'red l-'red U.s'inn. C. S. Cobus and Thos. Jo water, eei veil 111 elegant haiiouet at the K.'nnire House Thursday evening. The -pread -pread as sr-ed sr-ed sr-ed by Messis. llurneti .11, d 15owater in ci lebration of their li ith- ith- nys. Af er tiie baiaiuet the part-.' part-.' part-.' ai!- ai!- est church social of his Detroit congre gation lie was presented with a full set of "The Sacred Rooks of the East" ed ited by Max Muller, in Hi volumes.This set of oriental books will be a great help to Dr. Rextord in a held in which he is especially interested. For four weeks past Dr.Rexford has been preaching preaching in a distant part of the city and there are excellent prospects for a second Universalist Church in Detroit in consequence. ltie A. C. Society met at the home of Miss Maude E. Uerthie. 10'J Wooster avenue, last evening. The attendance of members was large, and the bom s were profitably spent. Charles Teeple gave a recitation, Miss Maude Deri hie ad a paper, making several good hits on the members. Miss Ma rv Ren- Ren- son gave a recitation, and Charles Ti ax- ax- fr gave an exceedingly interesting talk on "Caoutchouc." The remainder ot the evening was passed in social converse and games. 1 )oy lestown Journal: Chas. Howei ot Akron, son of J. H. Hower, a former Doylestonian. spent, Saturday, and Sunday with Dovlestown relatives

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  1. The Summit County Beacon,
  2. 11 Apr 1883, Wed,
  3. Page 6

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