Mrs. S. Hack is very ill. Town meeting talk filis the air at present. Easter day was one of the loveliest days on record. Miss Flossie Chapin is quite ill with throat trouble. Boni- To Mr. and Mrs. J. Clark, a son, Sunday, the 29th. Several Milan Knights visited Ann Arbor, Monday night. Mr. Barnes entertained friends from Detroit, last week. Dr. Breakey, of Ann Arbor, came to Milan for council, Monday. Miss Grace HuntingtO'i returned from her Detroit visit, Friday. Kuiler Dexter and wife have returned from their Inkster visit. Miss Dolly Smith, who has been ill with diphtheria, is convalescent. Mr. Arthur Delaforce and mother left for Chicago, Monday morning. Miss Allie Harper is at home from Cadillac, spending a week's vacation. C. M. Fuller and wife have returned from their Ann Arbor soiourn. Miss Grace Wilson gave a progressive tiddly winks party, Saturday evening. Rev. Jay Huntington and Rev. Mr. Rundell, of New Boston, visited Ann Arbor, Monday. . Maurice Day has returned from Alma and is engaged as salesman at ffm. Whitmarshe's store. The maple sugar social was a suc cess in every way, Wednesday evening. Net proceeds, #18.27. The Baptist Missionary Society will meet at Mrs. G. R. Williams' residence, Wednesday evening. The "Dutch Recruit" will soon be put on the boards. The Sons of Veterans commeuce work this week. The Easter services at the Baptist church, Sunday evening, were very fine. Preston Rause, of Saline, rendered two very fine selections. Rev. Mr. Rundell, of New Boston, delivered a short but impressive address.