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Rev. R. N. Bouck is in Ohio this week. Born, to Mr. and Mrs. H. Fulcher, a son, June 14. Mrs. M. Day is entertaining guests from Pittsfield. Frank Gay, of Detroit, is visiting Milan fiiends. Mrs. Chapman is in Chicago a few jays this week. Miss Bessie Daly has gone to her home in Dexter. Walter Stimpson returned Monday form Elkhart, Ind. Ecboes of Sunday school picnics are Êbating in the aii. Miss Helen Tuttle left for her home in Ypsilanti Tuesday. June is lovely this week wearing her brightest, sunniest smile. Mr. and Mrs. R. Ingersol are entertaining O. Hall, of Mayville. Milan people will celebrate by going to Ann Arbor the 3rd of July. Claud and Florence Chapin are visiting friends in Ypsilanti this week. Miss Bright, of Jackson, is the guest of Mrs. Wm. Woolcott for a few days. Dr. and Mrs. Miller entertained guests from Dundee the first of the week. Miss Grace Debenham gave an interesting party Saturday evening to a few friends. Mr. Rollen and Miss Weinstein, of Ann Arbor, spent Sunday with Miss Imo Whitmarsh. Several of the Milan people went to Ypsilanti today to attend the State Normal commencement exercises. A new enterpriae in the shape of a pop corn stand, ron by F. W. McGaw, started operation this week on Main st. Miss Burroughs left for Newark, N. J., the last of the week. She will spend the summer there with her sister. Sunday night D. Hitchcock's house was burglarized and a gold watch and sorae motiey were taken. Burglars still at large. Children's day exercises were obj served with fine programs Sunday morning at the Presbyterian church and in the evening at the Baptist church. Both churches were beautifully decorated.


Ann Arbor Argus
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