Miss Eliza Fuller is in Ypsilanti visiting friends. Miss Mabel Graham is visiting friends in Saline. Mrs. Whitrnarsh visited Ann Arbor the first of the week. Mr. R. Rouse, wife and daughter, spent Friday with J. C. Rouse and wife. The Baptist social at William Whaley's, on Friday evening, was a success. Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Fuller reI turned to their home in Ypsilanti 1 Saturday. Editor A. B. Smith and wife have i gone south with the Michigan Press i Association. The farmers in this vicinity are taking advantage of the good sleighing to draw logs to the mili. The ladies' of the M. E. church gave a tea social at the residence of Mrs. James Gauntlett on East Main Street, Wednesday afternoon. The young people of the Baptist church are to have an entertaining social at Mrs. Fuller Dexter's on Dexter street Wednesday evening. Mrs. H. J. Zimmerman gave a party, Wednesday everiing, in honor of her sister, Mrs. B. Brown, of Hudson, who is visiting here for a few days. M. M. Clark died of heart failure January 16. Funeral services were held at the house Monday under the direction of the I. O. Ö. F. The remains were taken to Adrián for interment. La grippe victims this week are Atty. G. R. Williams and wife, Mrs. M. Barnes, Mrs. C. Gauntlett and daughter, Mrs. A. Hitchcock, Mrs. Patterson, Mrs. Reynolds, Mrs. Vanderwalker, Mr. Allsworth, Mr. Holt and many others. The VVomen's Relief Corps, of Milan, installed the following officers Monday evening: President, Mrs. Wm. Whaley; senior vice pres'dent, Mrs. Alex Smith; junior vice presieent, Mrs. Charles Davis; secretary, Mrs. W. Robison; treasurer, Mrs. D. Casé; chaplain, Mrs. A. D. Jackson; guard, Mrs. J. M. Crolins; conductor, Mrs. E. H. Davis.