Charles Steidle left for Chicago last Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Fuller visited Ann Arbor Saturday. Will Dent spent Sunday with his sister, Mrs. Frank Guy. T. Barnes, of Dundee, spent Sunday with Milán friends. Claud Chapin entertained a few friends Wednesday evening. Milton Clark, of Blissfield, is spending a few days in Milán. Mr. and Mrs. A. Day entertained guests from Ypsilanti the first of the week. Mrs. F. A. Blinn is entertaining Rev. Chas. Case and family, from Lambertville. Mr. Vidder and family are moving on the Dr. Pyles farm near the Wabash depot. Mrs. Alice Hill, of Alma, was the guest of her mother, Mrs. Putnam, last week. Rev. Mr. Sloan, of the M. E. church, administered baptism to twenty, Sunday. Mrs. Rouse and Mrs. Nellie Whaley and daughter spent Wednesday at Stony Creek. Miss Imo Whitmarsh was the victim of a surprise party, Saturday, the occasion being her i2th birthday. School will be out in one more week and then the children will have a nice long rest from their books. Dr. Calhoun, our enterprising dentist, has started a branch office at Britton, and will be there every Wednesdaj. The Epworth League gave an ice cream social at Mrs. Woolcott's residence on County street Wednesday evening. Two Quaker Evangelists, Rev. John Holly and George Jackson, are holding a series of meetings in the Union church. Decoration day was observed in honor of the fallen héroes in a very appropriate manner, Gen. Spaulding, of Monroe City, delivering the address. The music was fine. The Sons of Veterans, under the command of Chas. Robinson, fired the salute at the soldiers' monument. The flowers were beautiful and the day was pleasant. Everything worked in perfect order., The 2oth anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Clark was quite an event. They were the recipients ofa surprise party Saturday evening and a fine lot of presents. About fifty guests were there to honor the event and congratulations were many and sincere. The menu was of a rare order and the guests after spending the last of the week and a little bit of the next week departed in good spirits.