C. Farrmugton faas returned from his Detroit trip. Mrs. Kinggiey has retnrned from her Belleville visit. Flag day was oberved by nearly ev ery one in Milan. ChaB. Ganntlett has retnrned from his Chicago trip. Mrs. Wm. Puller, of Farwell,is visiting relatives here. Tuesday evening there were three in itiated by the East6in stars. Miss Helen Tuttle retnrned to her home in Ypsilanti Tuesday. Mrs. Dyke.of County st., is entertain ing guests from out of town. Mrs. 3. Lnckwood is still at the nni versity hospita] under treatment. Attorney W. Murray, of Ann Arbor spent Sunday with his parents here. Editor James E. Carr, of the Dundfie Reporter, visited Milan the last of the week. Nearly 200 bicycles in Milan. No soorchers but a fine lot of sitting pedes trians. Mrs. Florence Chapin gave an inter esting party to a few friends Satnrday evening. Several of the Milan people took in the Mystic Shrine excursión They had a fine time. Prof. Koester and family, of Texas, are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. James Ganntlett. Sohool is out. The teachers have gone to their several homes and the soholars are taking life easy. Prof. and Mrs. Carick and daughter left Wednesday for Dundee, where they will visit for a number of days. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Rouse returned Monday from the nniversity hospital where Mr. Rouse had an operation performed. The class day exercises were of a high order Tbursday evening. The stage deoorattons were beautifnl and the music fine. The gradnating exeroises were held Friday with fine music, abrilliant address by.Hon. H. R. Pattengill, short bnt expressive address by Prof. Carrick and the conferring of diplomas. The olass of '97 presented Prof. Carrick with a lovely lamp and stand. This is one of the finest classes ever gradnated at the Milan school. Rev. R. N. Bouck is a Baptist and his bioyole is a Baptist too, having been made so by immersion. Last Tuesday, while crossing the bridge over tbe "raging Saline" with his arm full of paokages, he lost his equilibrium and saught on the railing of the bridge, thns leaving his bike to plunge madly into the seething tide, without meditation and so the outfit from first to last is an emblem of the straight and narrow way by water.