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Milan

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Parent Issue
Day
23
Month
January
Year
1891
Copyright
Public Domain
OCR Text

Mrs. C. M. Fuller is quite UI. Mr. Boutel is quite ill with la grippe. Attorney G. R. Williams is on the sick list. Miss Ida Allen visited Ann Arbor Saturday. Bom, to Clark and wife, a son, Jan. ii. Mrs. C. M. Fuller visited Ann Arbor, Saturday. Mrs. Fuller, of Dexter, visited Milan friends Thursday. Several of the Milanites did Detroit the last of the week. The Milanites are doing their bes to keep a cold wave warm. Miss Millie Hitchcock has re turned from her Detroit sojourn. Mrs. Chas. Steever is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Harris, near Oak ville. Mrs. M. Barnes is entertaining her mother, Mrs. Wilber, of Quincy, Mich. Several of the Milan Masons visited their Adrián brothers Thursday evening. Miss K. Knight entertained Miss K. Lamb, of the state Normal, over Sunday. Chas. Gauntlett has erected a line of horse shedsathis stables on Main street west. 'Geo. Millen, of Ann Arbor, did a good run of life insurance in Milan Friday and Saturday. The Excelsior Renovating Co. are doing a fine work in Milan vicinity in making clean feather beds. Miss Grace Huntington conducted the Y. P. S. C. E. meeting at the Baptist church Sunday evening. E. Wright and Miss N. Andrews were married at the M. E. parsonage, January n, by Rev. G. E. Sloan. The M. E. ladies will hold a social at Mrs. Wm. Whaley's residence on West Main street, Wednesday afternoon. Rev. Mr. Weed, of Lansing, is assisting Rev. J. W. McGregor in holding a series of meetings at the Presbyterian church. Rev. G. E. Sloan is still holding revival meetings with fine success. Many have gone to the altar in the last few evenings, and still the good work goes on. The following officers were installed at the Woman's Relief Corps Wednesday evening : President, Mrs. William Whaley; senior vicepresident, Mrs. D. Case; junior vicepresident, Mrs. Alex Smith; secretary, Mrs. W. Robison; treasurer, Mrs. F. Thorpe; chaplain, Mrs. A. D. Jackson; conductor, Mrs. Chas. Davis; guard, Mrs. T. B. Fulcher.