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The High School lyceum has become quite interesting. Prof. Dennison visited his parents in Ypsilanti, Thanksgiving day. Mrs. C. ivi. Fuller left for Carleton, Tuesday, tobe gone a few days. Mrs. Leo Moore, of Ann Arbor, gave her Milan friends a short cali last week. Mr. Arda Andrews broke the first finger of his right hand last Friday in the planing mili. Mr. Geo. Minto will start out soon as a traveling salesman of a large clothing house. Miss K. Lamb, of Blissfield, was the guest of Mr. H. Knight and family, Saturday and Sunday. Mr. F. W. Hill will start out as a traveling salesman for the Cleveland Bicycle Company next month. The Milan nimrods have returned with five deer, so venison has been quite plenty for the last few days. Miss M. A. Palmer visited Detroit, last Friday. She purchased a fine line of millinery when in the city. Mr. S. A. Moran, of Ann Arbor, gave an interesting talk on shorthand at the Milan high school, Friday evening. The band concert, Thanksgiving evening, was a grand success. The band boys were looking their best and did Prof. Wedge, under whose supervisión they were, great credit. Their selections were fine and well Jh rendered. The vocal quartettes were beautifully sung, and also the duets. The clarinet solo, by Prof. Wedge, of Boston, Mass., were fine, and the song given in fancy costume with guitar accompaniment, by Prof. Bryant, of Vernon, Mich.,was very pleasing. The encores were enthusiastic, and the encoré songs were also very pleasing. The quarterly meeting at the M. E. church was well attended. Presiding Eider L. P. Davis, of this district, delivered a very interesting sermón Saturday and also Sunday. On Saturday the services were made very interesting by the presentation of a communion service by thejunior league of the church. There are 69 bright little workers under their superintendents, Mesdames, Pyle and Kelsey, who have taught them much that is valuable. Miss Maud Belle made the presentation and the service, composed of six beautiful silver pieces, was brought in by some of the members of the league and was responded to in an interesting manner by their pastor,R. G. E. Sloan, who complimented them highly.


Ann Arbor Argus
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