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Milan

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Parent Issue
Day
27
Month
February
Year
1891
Copyright
Public Domain
OCR Text

Chas. Clark is on the sick list. Attorney G. R. Williams is a victim of la grippe. Born, Thursday, a daughter to Mr. and Mrs. P. Vescelius.' Miss S. Wheaton, of Chicago, 111., visited Milan friends Friday. Chas. Woolcott, of Blissfield, is visitinghis mother in Milan. Wm. Ayers, of Ypsilanti, gave Milan a business cali Saturday. Miss Millie Hitchcock has returned home after a visit to Detroit. Miss Fannie Huntington has returned from her Detroit sojourn. The M. E. tea social at Mrs. J. H. Ford's, Tuesday, was well attended. Rev. Mr. Stone, of Richmond, Ind., returned home Wednesday evening. Mrs. Rouse returned Monday from a three weeks' sojourn at Algonac. Mr. Hinkley has moved his cigar factory to No. i Blackmer block, up stairs. The usual Washington birthday dance will be held at the rink Monday evening. Miss May McGregor will teach the spring term of school in the Mead district. Mr. and Mrs. A. Hitchcock, of Alma, visited Milan friends Saturday and Sunday. Married by Rev. H. Palmer, Eeb. 14, E. Haight and Miss Lucy Stuart, both of London. Mrs. L. G. Eddy is in Milford to attend the funeral of a sister, who died last week Thursday. Miss Lena Blinn, of Cass City, is visiting her mother, Mrs. F. A. Blinn, for a couple of weeks. Wm. Whitmarsh will erect a three story brick store on the corner of Main and River streets this summer. Mrs. James F. Ward and Mrs. A. Cook, of Ypsilanti, were the guests of Attorney G. R. Williams and family Saturday and Sunday. E. M. Heston, of Minneapolis, Minn., and Miss Sadie Coe, of Milan, were married Wédnesday, Feb. 18, at the residence of the bride's mother. Rev. G. E. Sloan performed the ceremony.