Short News Items from 1889

After the close of the meeting in district No. 5 last Sunday afternoon, it was voted unanimously to start a Sabbath school to commence next Sunday at one o’clock p.m. Amzy Clay was elected superintendent and Mrs. Esther Brundage, secretary.  (Tuscola County Advertiser, August 10, 1889)

Will Emmons and D.D. Rorick took their wives and visited at O.H. Pruners at Spring Lake last week. They brought home some samples of Pruner’s corn which is as good as any ever raised in the county. It is of the Bloody Butcher variety. (Hand County Press, August 15, 1889)

Amzy M. Clay returned home on Monday of this week. (Tuscola County Advertiser, September 14, 1889)

Jerome Mullaney departed yesterday for Boise City, where he will attend school this winter.  (Elmore Bulletin, November 2, 1889)

On Tuesday the flag purchased through the Detroit Tribune for our school was unfurled. Speeches were made by Rev. Clemo, J.T. Rorick and John Maywood. There was a fair attendance of citizens. The singing furnished by the school was good. (The Huron Times, November 22, 1889)


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