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No rains to lay the dust in our progressive city. Methodist social at Mis. Bells' Weclnesday afternoon. Mr. Frank Leonard is sojouming in flacón for a few weeks. Attorney Williams visited Ann Arbor the first of the week. Mrs. Pyle and'daughter left for the east the first of the week. Miss Maud Reynolds returned trom her Saline visit the first of the week. Several of the Milanites took in Barnum's circus at Ypsilanti this week. J. H. Ford and wife, E. A. Reynolds and wife are spending a few days at Crystal lake. Miss. Mertie Boweman and h:r brother Vernon, left for a visit at Ridgeway and vicinity . Miss Susie Hooker, of Burr Oak, is the guest of her sister, Mrs. F. Trussell for a few days. The Baptist social Saturday evening on Mr. Blakesley's lawn, was . a fine affair. Net proceeds $iS.oo. Airs. Huntington after a weeks sojourn with her parents in Milan, returned to her home in Detroit, Tuesday. Born to H. J. Zimmennan and wife, Saturday night, a six pound daughter. The whole family are doing well. Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Markham and son, of Ann Arbor, were the guests of Attorney Williams and family the first ot the week. The sons of veterans gave a vcry interesting display Friday evening. Their street parade and drill did their very efficiënt commander justice. The grounds where the ice cream was served, at the residence of BIr. Steidle's, were beautifully [ighted with Chinese lanterns. The scène was quite pleasing in its effect. The Milan cornet band sent forth some fine strains of music.


Ann Arbor Argus
Old News