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Milan

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Parent Issue
Day
10
Month
April
Year
1891
Copyright
Public Domain
OCR Text

Snow, election day. J. C. Rouse is quite ill with la grippe. R. Derby has returned from his Claire visit. B. Marble is entertaining guests from the east. Rev. Jay Huntington left for Detroit, Monday. School opened Monday with a full attendance. C. M. Fuller will commence his school, Monday. Miss Annie Dexter is quite sick with the measles. Mr. and Mrs. Boutelle drove to Ypsilanti, Sunday. Miss Eva Woolcott returned to Ypsilanti, Monday. Miss Gertie Hanson has returned from her Detroit visit. Miss Grace Wilson entertaiued a few friends at tea, Tuesday. George Hill, of Detroit, is visiting his Milán friends this week. Miss Allie Harper returned Saturday to her school in Cadillac. Tiddly-Winks parties are quite the rage in progressive Milan. Miss Annie Delaforce is entertaining company from abroad. Born - A daughter, March 3ist, to Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Wilcox. Mrs. Alice Hitchcock is clerking for Alfred Putman, this spring. Mr. Doolittle, of Adrián, talks of opening a bazaar here this spring. Mell Barnes, wife and son are visiting relatives in Quincy for a few days. Mrs. F. A. Blinn and son Lester have returned from their Lambertville visit. Mrs. Milton Hitchcock, who was quite ill last week, is much better this week. R. H. Ostrander is in business in Stockbridge and his family will soon move there. F. Guy will move into one of B. Marble's houses, on County street, this spring. Mrs. Preston moved into her house on West Main street, the last of the week. The shoe social at A.W. Reynolds' Wednesnay, was a pleasant event. Receipts, L7. 50. Mrs. I. Vexelus died last Sunday forenoon. A husband and four small children survive her. A. Day and family moved into Mr. Burchard's house on County street, the last of the week. Mrs. Thomas Fuller, who has been living in the village, will move back to her farm near Milan, this spring. Married - At the Baptist parsonage, Thursday evevning, by Rev. Jay Huntington, F. Knaggs and Miss Nettie Redman. The whole democratie ticket was elected with the exception of treasurer, for which office J. H. Ford, republican, was elected.