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A gentle shower gladened our hearts Sunday morning. The D. of R's. had a very pleasant lawn fete on Chas. Blackmer's lawn Friday afternoon. Mrs. E. Bennet and daughter will leave for their home at Fort Dodge, Iowa, this week. Mr. and Mrs. E. Hinhley visited the Ridge Saturday. Miss May Bell entertained guests from out of town the last of the week. The picnic rage has struck Milan. The I. O. O. F's. are anticipating a fine entertainment for the 6th of July. Mr. Oscar Newcomb is visiting a sister in Wayne. Rev. J. W. McGregor was in Ann Arbor visiting one day the last of the week. Water works are next in order for progressive Milan. Miss Bessïe Daily has returned to her home in Dexter. Rev. J. P. Hutchinson and daughter Margery, of Ann Arbor, spent Saturday and Sunday with Milan friends. Rev. J. Ward Stone preached at Mooreville Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Debenham and daughter leave for Petoskey next week. Miss Ona Clark left for Detroit Tuesday where she will visit her friend May Robinson for a few days. H. Fulcher's house on VVilcox st. is growing finely. Mrs. Luxton and son Charlie were the guests of Rev. and Mrs. Mead at Mooreville Saturday. The Chautauqua Circle met at Mrs. G. R. Williams Saturday. This closed their second year's course and they will indulge in a vacation until the first Saturday in September when they will take up the third year's worlc which will be the Greek year. Mr. and Mrs. B. Waite and daughter Aggie, of Scio, were the guests of Dr. and Mrs. S. Chapin and Dr. and Mrs. J. C. Harper Saturday and Surïday. Prof. and Mrs. Koester and family have moved to Detroit. Prof. James E. E. Clark is the guest of his parents for a few weeks. Mrs. J. C. Rouse gave a pleasant tea to a few friends Friday evening in honor of her daughter Miss Cora King. Mrs. E. Bennet and daughter returned this week to their home in Fort Dodge, Iowa. Mrs. D. J. Anderson has returned from her New York state visit. Mr. Horace Allen was thrown from his carriage near the Wabash depot Monday and quite severely hurt about the head. Miss Mabel Dexter broke her ankle Saturday in jumping from a carriage at Azalia.


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