Asa Whitehead was home over Snnday. " Mrs. Nora Guyhas returned from her Detroit visit. H. Brakman has a fine new hack on toe road. W. H. Hack is bnying wool this snmmer. Mr. and Mrs. Hollis have returned from their Flat Rock visit. Editor W. H. Houseman, of the Milan Leaaer, gave Wbittaker a culi Tuesday. Geo. M. Chandler, of Duudee, gave Milau friends a cali the last of the week. The school will have to be enlarged again, oue more room, at least, is greatly needed. Mrs. McLachlan is improving her home on Tolen st. this spring with paint and new roofing. Miss Imo Whitmarsh, of Detroit, carne out to Milan by iuvitation and favored tlie audience at the junior exercises with a beautiful solo. She visited friends bere a few days. Xura Swick, Leo Burgess aud A. Avery are the Milan boys that have 1eturned to their Milan homes from Cuba. They were meiubers of Co. O, 31st Michigan. Mrs. H. C. Markham, of Ann Arbor, and Mrs. V. E. Sprague and son of Detroit, were the gnests of Mrs. G. R. Williains the last of the week. Mr. and Mrs. Preston Ronse and Mr and Mrs. Ransom Rouse and family, were tbe guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Roue the first of the week. Flojd H. Pepper retumed Saturday to Blkhart, Ind., after a wetsk's visit with his mother and friends. The B. Y. P. U. and his classmates gave him a very, pleasant surprise party during his stay here. Thë junior class entertainment was a suecess from start to finish and the decorations were beuutiful. Prof. C. H. Carrick with his usaal push procnred fine music and eaoli and all participant deserve much credit. Rev. Geo. E. Wilson, of Clyde, Ohio, wil] preach the memoria] sermón for the G. A. R. at the opera house Sunday p. m., and he has been engageo to deliver the address Decoration day. Prof. Carrick has engaged him to deliver the baccalaureate address for the class of '99 in June. Evidently Rev. Wilson is quite a favorite of the Milan people. He preached at the Presbyterian church Sunday morning and evening. It was with the deepet ïegret that the Milan citizeus learned that Prof. Chas. H. Oarriok had handed íd his resiguation, as eveiyone was feelng so pleased when they thought he was to remaiu in the Milan school another year. During Prof Carrick's stay witb ds he has eudeared hiroself to all and his work has been uoticed by the Milan people iu the rapid advaucemeDt of the school. No pains or labor has ever been spared to cnake the best out of existiug circnmstaDces. He has been the rueans of gainiug Milan and vicinity rnany au iutellectnal treat that they could not have otherwise had, throngh the organization of the H. S. L. C. He -will leave Milan to take np a conrse of stndy in the U. of M. next year. The best wishes of the Milan people go with Prof. Carrick and family.