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Lelia Kelley has returned frorn her Dearborn visit. Mrs. V. Hanson, of Virginia, is visiting Milan relatives. Mrs. Pyle returned from her eastern trip Wednesday. Cluey Johnson, of Detroit, spent Sunday with Milan friends. Miss Nellie Delaforce is visiting friends in Wayne this week. Miss A. Brooks left for her home in Minneapolis, Minn. , Friday. Vant Tuttle, of Detroit, is visiting Milan relatives for a few weeks. Mr. Arthur Kinear will leave for Kalamazoo the last of the week. Mr. and Mrs. Mell Barnes entertained friends from abroad last week. Miss Edna Springner was a victim of a surprise party Friday eveninsr. Mrs. Chas. Gauntlett is entertaining friends from Blissfield this week. Mrs. Minto and daughter left for their home in Corunna Saturday afternoon. Miss Matie Smith and Flossie Chapin returned from Zukey Lake, Wednesday. Mr. Warren Babcock, jr., of Lansing, is spending a few weeks with Milan friends. W. E. Sprague, of Chicago, was the guest of his sister, Mrs. G. R. Williams, Monday. Miss Anna Delaforce and Miss Grace Wilson returned from their visiting tour Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Whitmarsh and daughter are sojourning at Zukey Lake for a few days. Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Fuller are housekeeping in Mrs. Davis' house on East Main street. Miss Donna Dexter, of Dexter street, entertained a party of young people Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Perry Robinson and family, of Detroit, spent Sunday visiting Milan friends. -Miss Hattie Woolcott and Miss Rogers, of Ypsilanti, are visiting Milan friends for a few days. Tuesday afternoon the M. E. tea social was held at the residence of Mrs. H. Taylor, on First street. Mr. and Mrs. J. Sprague, of Ann Arbor, are the guests of Attorney G. R. Willams and family this week. Mrs. James Hobbs, of Detroit, and Misses Gertie and Cora Hobbs, of Milan, visited Ann Arbor friends the last of the week. Miss Lena Blinn and her brother Legter left for Deerfield, Friday, where they will visit Dr. Yale and family for a few weeks. The Baptists held their tea social at the residence of Mrs. A. Hanson, on West Main street, Wednesday afternoon. It was well attended and all had an enjoyable time. Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Thompson left for Kalamazoo, Tuesday, where they will make their home for the present. Milan's loss is Kalamazoo's gain. They leave many friends here who regret their leaving. Thursday, August 20, the colored camp meeting will open at the Milán driving park, under the auspices of Rev. Isaac William, and will continue for five days. The music is expected to be extra fine.