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I Mrs. O. L. Yonngs is serionsly ill. Mrs. H. A. Vincent is an the sick I Hst. I Mrs. Grane is visiting friends in ' diana. A. E. Putman has returned from his '{ western trip. j Sleighing in Milán and vicinity fine i at present writiug. Miss Grace Debenham is suffering i from a sprained ankle. Mrs. G. R. Williams, who bas been ' ill, is now convalesoent. Pinder, the magician, drew a good ! honse Saturday evening. W. H. Whitmarsb and T. W. Barnes ' have returned frora their Elkhart trip. , Mrs. L. VanWormer is visiting her ' danghter, Mrs. McCormick, at An Sable. Maad and Walter Auiba will leave in a few days to attend the Perris school, ! at Big Rapids. 1 The third animal Masonic reception ' aad ball is a much talked of event by ' onr party goers. ' Mr. and Mrs. Elau Gauntlett have retnrned from a four weeks' visit iu Traverse City and Elk Rapids. Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Markham and son, of Ann Arbor, spent Snnday witb Atty. and Mrs. G. R. Williams. Miss Myrtie Vandewerker was the victim of a surprise the other evening. In honor of her birthday, her yonng friends said. The vitasoope exhibition at the Baptist church Tuesday evening, under the auspices of the B. Y. P. U., is expected to be a fine treat. Rev. J. P. Hutchinson is seriously ill at his home in Ann Arbor, and is unable to fill his pulpit at the Presbyterian church in this village. Rev. R. N. Bouck is assisting Rev. Mr. Berry with his revival meetings at Mooreville. The results are fine, about 40 haviug made a start ia the right way. Rev. D. C. Riehl, of Detroit, closed a nine days' engagement at the Milán HL. E. church, Monday eveuing. Mr. Riehl's chalk talks were very eutertaining.


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