Mr. and Mrs. Web Wheeler are both oo the sick hst. JSchool was resumed last Monday after a vaeation of two weeks. Mr. Wbeeler takes charge of both departmnts alone. The band is progressing linely with Mr. George Quackenbush as teacher. 3Ir. Ladd, of Ann Arbor, delivered a sermón at the Lapham church last Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Meivin Waters spent Saturday and Sunday with Mr. Waters' brother Bert, near Ypsilanti. Mr. Asa Atchison, who has been in very poor health for a long time, died Friday, April I3th. He was boni February 12, 1841, on the sarue farm on whicli he died. The funeral was held Monday at the Baptist church, Kev. Conrad ofliciating. Interinent in West M. E. church cemetery. He leaves a wife asid many relatives to mourn bis loss. Married, at the home of the bride's parents, Wednesday evening. April 18, Miss Donna B. Packard to Mr. Jessie Tyler. A large number of relatives and friends were present to witness the ceremony, after which a splendid supper was served. Many elegant presents were received. Rev. Mr. Benton was the ofliciating clergyman. The home of Mr.and Mrs. Tyler will be near Plymouth. Spiritualists in Owosso are increasing. They have outgrown their present quarters over the Tinies office and are considering the purchase of the old Methodist church property. The ladies of ütsego have arranged for a bee that will be looked upon with favor by every right-mmded person. It is their purpose to get all the men toeether they can and clean the cemetery of brush and weeds. Extra efforts are being made at Vasaar to reorganize the old band, so that concerts can be given during the coming season. The boys have a full set of very fine silverplated Instruments which they purchased last season. Arrangement are being made to have the new monument in the soldiere' home cemetery at Grand Rapids dedicated with impressive eeremonies on Memorial day. One of the best speakers of the state will be secured for the occasion.