H. Kirchhofer spent a few days of last week in Ann Arbor. Owing to the drif ts the trains were not on time last Tuesday. Rev. Ilauson. of Detroit, preached at the Lutheran church last Sunday. Miss Kate Braun, of Jackson, is at home daring the illness of her mother. Miss Miunie McAdam went to Clinton last Saturday to visit her parents. Mr. J. Waerthner went to Lansing to attend the grand lodge of the K. of II. Mr. and Mis. Gross, of Detroit.came to attend the funeral of her father, Mr. Seitz. F. Schmid, of Ann Arbor, spent the first of the week visiting liis brother, N. Schmid. Mrs. John Braun is very siek. Some of the childrea have been sick but are recovering. Mrs. Klein and children left last Friday for Ionia which will be their future home. Mr. Will Marx went to Hamilton, O. last Tuesday, where he bas obtained employment. Miss Grace Smith went to Saline last Friday to visit her pare.nts, returning Saturday. Miss Margaret Blosser went to Three Rivers last Saturday to visit her friend Miss Alta Sheldon. The musical entertainment which was held Tuesday evening at the M. E. church was well ittended. The W. R. C, have prepare a good program for their entertainment, and will serve oysters from five to eight. All are invited. Last Monday during the storm, Col. Fenn walked to Manchester in order ti send a telegram. Finding the storm more severe than he anticipated he hired Geo. Millertotake him home. Last Friday the funeral of J. Seitz took place. He had an attack of la grippe. For manyyears he had been a resident of this place and lived to attain the ahre of 81 years, He leaves a wife and seven children, six daughters and one son,all but one daughtei being present at the funeral.