Mis. A. Holcoinb is visitiug friends iu Detroit. (. g #ítt Wilmer Butler, of Detroit, speDt Sun3ay with Milán friends. Misst Leona Clark is at borne from Manchester for a few days Messrs. Bliss & Paine have opened a aew rueat market on Main st. D. MoLaren, of Chelsea, was in Milán Tuesday looking np the snpply of hay. Mrs. Alma Gauntlett is entertaining Miss Warren f rom Detroit for a few aays. : , .%;; ...am tigfrt&to i' Prof. C. H. Cairick Tis organizing several classes ia shortband for the 9ommer. j The commencement exercises of the Milán high school will take place Jane 9 and 10. Mrs. Engene Menzey, of Chicago, is tbe guest oL Dr. and Mrs. Pyle for a few weeks. Mrs. Crane and son Milton have moved into one of J. Blakeslee's honses on Marión st. Mrs. Mary Murray is home] from New York oity and has broogbt a friend with her to spend a few weeks. Memorial services were held at the M. E. chorch Sunday afternoon. Rev. F. O. Jones preaching a fine sermon to the membeis of Lncins Taylor Post. Deooration exercises were observed Monday afternoon at the M. E. cburch. The program was fine from start to finish. JEtev. F. O. Jones' address was a masterly effort. Mrs. A. B. Sinith attended the meeting of the animal Miohigan Women's Press Assooiation at Jackson last week and reports having bad an interesting time. ïftau?: fiáQS! 4fc Died, of oancer, May 31, Mrs. Ann Fnller, aged 76 years, and 6 months. The deoeased leaves two sons, Prof. C. M. Faller aud Edwin Fullar, and a large circle of friends to mouru her loss. Sbe was a consistent cbrietian, and was a rnember of the Baptist cburch at York for maoy years. Her good deeds were many, her faults few.
Ann Arbor Argus