Sentinel 6/28/1899: Cherryhill
Under the auspices of the C.H. ball club the drama “Uncle Josh” will be presented here Friday and Saturday evenings this week June 30 and July 1.
James H. Hanford has been engaged to teach the school here for this coming term. The hiring of Mr. Hanford is no experiment as he taught five successive terms here and gave the best of satisfaction. He has worn for a number of years a gold watch chain presented him by his pupils at the close of the fifth year.
The annual meeting will be held at the school house on Monday evening, July 10. Ed J. Gunn closed his school at Springwells last Friday and Miss Maggie Gunn did likewise at Emery.
The P.O. Department informs the Postmaster here that owing to a pressure of business in getting the Sat route for operation July 1st, they have not had time to investigate protests against the change in the schedule of carrying the mail but will do so at the earliest opportunity. In the meantime the schedule will be changed and mail will start from Ypsi July 1st.
Miss Ada Bentley is visiting at Williamston.