Mr. and iMrs. George VVebb were at Ann Arbor Thursday last. Howard Fisher returned to his ; home in Detroit Saturday last. itárs. Pierce and son visited rel-; atives at Muiren and North Lak:; last week. S. O. Hadley and f!aughter, Mr?. Kirkland, wül soon remove to Dexter village. A nice delegation of young Misses from the camp grounds attended church here Sunday. The Dexter people carne up here for a day last week and enjoyed a big treat of shade and lake. Sam Manes was with friends here Sunday last. He is helping his father build a fine house this suramer. Harry Twamley lias ust arrived home for a visit tü lus paren ts on the farm, aftera visit to the White City. Campers are getting quite scarce. It rains so much novv-a-days that the frogs have gone undertheir unibrellas. Quite a few jobs remain unthreshed about here vvhich owners are anxious to have done so as to get seed for another sowing time. Your scribe has a mine of aluminum which he is anxious to have developed in the near future and wants some one to put ia a plant and go "snucks." Claude Rounsville, of Fowierville, was the guest of your scribe's family last Sunday. He came from Portage lake camp where the band boys are spending a few days. Last week was nearly all given up to picnics and pleasure, if it can be called pleasure to ride twelve miles in the dust and then eat a lunch on the ground. But what's more fun than a picnic party with victuals all on the ground? Much good speaking was listened to.