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Miss Grace Wilson returned from her northern sojourn the last of the week. Mrs. VVm. VVhaley, Mis. Taylor and Miss Lelia Kelley are on the sick list this week. Mr. C. Fuller visited Ann Arbor Monday. Mr. W . S. W allace has gone up in the northern part of the state to spend several weeks. Milán people are anticipating a fine time at the picnic to be held in Henry Hack's woods Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Rouse are visiting fnends in Pittsfield, Saline and vicinity. Chas. Steidle and Lue Blinn left Saturday for Devil's Lake, to be gone a few days. Mrs Whitmarsh and daughter, returned from Urass Lake Saturday. Mr. Everet Rouse, of Homer, was the guest of his father, Mr. Rouse, of Milan the first of the week. Messrs. Kelley and Whitmarsh with their families, lett for Devil's Lake Wednesday to be gone several days. George Odeil left the i ith, to visit his parents at Brighton. Mr.f Blinn and family and Mr. and Mi. Chas. Case, are camping at the Belieille camp grounds, enjoying the teasts of the Methodist revival. Mrs. Brown, of Tecumseh, was the guest of Mis. Chapín last week. Miss Allie Harper returnèd the last Of the week from her Grass Lake and Scio visit. . Mr. and Mrs. H. Sill left Saturday for Wolf Lake, where they will be joined by Prof. C. Hoyt and family and together they will spend several days in fishing and boating. Mrs. W. E. Sprague and son, ot Detroit, who have been the guests of Attorney Williams and family, returned home the last of the week. A cold wave struck Milan Sunday and Monday, Born to John Clark and wife a son, Aug. Sth, and all are doing wel). Saturday Ann Arbor Brovvns played with the Milan boys. Score, ii to 2, in favor of Milan. Miss Wa;t, oí Scio, is the guest of her aunt, Mis. Harper, ior a few days. Prof. Hearn visited Milan friends last week. The Rebbeca social at the residenceof Mrs. Chas. Blackmer's Saturday evening, was a pleasant affair. The ice cream was nice, the grounds vvere decorated beautifully with Chinese lanterns, the band played its best, and all had a fine time. Miss Emerin left for Detroit Monday. Miss Sanger left for Mooreville Monday.


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