Mr. Roberts is visiting his son, Mr. D. Roberts, the past week. Emma Dieterle and Bertha Apfel ure visiting relatives and friends in town and vicinity. Mrs. Zimmerman and daughter of Tecumseh spent Sanday visiting her uncle Mr. Schultz. Al. Kubler, Will Rehfus, and Gust. Schultz, who were attending Cleary's Business College, are at home for a week 's rest. Misses Minnie McAdam, Louise l'ayne and Mae Avlesworth went to Clinton last Saturday to attend the teachers' association. Will Hough is visiting his parents. Mrs. E. Lapham is visiting friends at Clinton. Geo. Torrey, who is attending the university at Ann Arbor, came home last Saturday to spend a week's vacation. Mr. Stitt. of Evans' Lake is visiting his daughter, Mrs. A. C. Aylesworth. A nurnber of the high school pupils went to Clinton last Friday to attend the "Hard Time" social. Mrs. Fountain, who spent the winter with her son in California, returned home last Wednesday. Miss Margaret Blosser spent Saturday at Jackson. Next Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock the W. R. C. will hold memorial services at their hall, in memory of Mrs. Matie iïelson, who died April 13, and was a member of the corps. Among those who came to attend the funeral of Joseph Vogelbacher were Messrs. and Mesdames Charles Vogelbacher, of Wayne, Donhagan and Munch, of Charlotte, J, Horning and .T. Waltz. of Francisco. G. ham, of Okemus, J. Horning, of Jackson, Messrs. Adam Vogelbacher, oí Chicago, Jacob Horning, of Clayton, Jacob Neebling, of Okemus, William Horning, Mesdames C. Bauer and Snyder, of Jackson, and Mrs. Spiernagel, of Chelsea. Rev. E. G. Aldinger and wife, of Francisco, visited at Eev. Schoettle's last Thursday. Mrs Catherme Marx spent a few days visiting friends at Adrián. Miss Cora Saner, of Jackson, is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C.Sauer. Miss Rosa Eugel, who is attending the conservatory of music at YpsilaRti is cspending her vaeation with her parents. Misses Blanche Stark and Grace Burns went to Clinton last Friday to attend a social given by the members of the senior class. Misses Edith Case and Henretta Weir, Ayho are attending the Normal at Ypsilanti, came home last Friday for a week's vaeation. Miss Julia Conklin, who is attending the State Normal school, is visiting her mother. Wm. Reichert is having an addition built on the store now occupied by Miss L. Pflster. The pupils of the primaries with the ir teachers went to the woods af ter fiowers Tuesday af ter school .