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Milan

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Parent Issue
Day
13
Month
January
Year
1899
Copyright
Public Domain
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J. H. Ford is in Chicago this -week. Miss LaRuis is the new kindergarten teacher here. The M. E. society are ohserving the week of prayer. Ira Hitchcock, who has been quite ill, is improving. Milán has 13 secret societies and is still calling for more. Milán school opened Monday with an increased attendance. Miss May Alderman returned to her school in Ypsilanti Friday. J. Moffltt, of Delta, Ohio, is visiting Milan friends for a few days. Geo. Giffard has a fine fast roadster that he pnrchased in Ypsilanti. Mis. O. A. Kelley and daughter Lelia spent Saturday in Detroit. Geo. F. Minto is holding a refunding sale at his clothing store this week. W. F. Seavery, of Fort Wayne, was the gnest of Miss L. Kelley qyer Snnday. Misses Amiba, Kelley and Gauntletfc returnd to their studies in Ann Arbor Tuesday. W. C. Houseman and wife entertained gnests from Maybe the last of the week. C. H. Wilson has retnrned from his business trip in the northern part of the state. Mr. and Mrs. S. T. Blackmer and family have returned to their home in Fowlerville. Miss Nellie Hanson entertained gnests at her home on First st. Saturday evening. F. W. Robison has retnrned to the Agricnltnral Ooilege after a short visit with his párente. Died, little Inez Lee, Dec. 29. The funeral veas held at the house, Rev. F. O. Jones officiating. Miss Clara MacMonagle, of Ann Arbor, was in Milan last week prospecting for a class in elocntion. The Milan Forum is in a prosperous condition. They are only about two years old and have a membership of 40. The Baptist ladies will hold their tea social at the residence of Mrs. John Jackson on W. Mainst, Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. W. A. Farmer and children have retnrned to their home in Toledo after a short visit with C. M. Blaokmer and family. Editor A. B. Smith and family were the recipients of a pleasant surprise. About 60 of their friends came to wish them a pleasant voyage to California. Mr. Fraser, of Wisconsin, is the next lectnrer in the M. H. S. course. He is a nuinber one. All who fail to hear him will miss a treat. He comes Feb. I.