Prof. Èvan líssery and wife entertained the senior class at their home last Wednesday evening. Wra. Lehr, Eugene Kirchgessner and Mrs. N. Schraid went to Adrián Wednesday to attend the funeral of Mr. Chas. Arnold. Herbert León Cope, a student of Albion college, and formerly of this place, visited friends in town over Sunday. Mr. Cope expects to give an entertainment in the near future and no doubt it will be well attended, as all that are acquainted with him know of his abiüty as an elocutionist. The Alpha Sigma held a meeting in the high school chapel last Monday evening, which was well attended. Albert Aylesworth, who has been living in town the past three years, is moving back on the farm. The dance at Arbeiter hall, on Washington's birthday, was largely attended and was a very pleasant affair. Mr. and Mrs. Schultz went to Adrián, Wednesday, co spend a few days, visiting friends. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Hengle, of Fort Wayne, visited his parents over Sunday. Presiding Eider Davis, of Ypsilanti, expected to preach at the M. E. church last Sunday evening, but as he did not return from Sharon m time to do so. Mr. H. L. Cupe conducted the services. A number of young people from Saline, Jackson, Brooklyn and Clinton attended the dance at Arbeiter hall last Friday evening. Miss Bertha Lehn, who for the past week has been on the sick list, i is recovering. The twelve delegates drove to Ann Arbor last Tuesday to attend the democratic convention. Miss Louise Allmendinger, who had been cashier in Walter C. Mack's store, has returned to Ann Arbor. Misses Edith Kapp, Edith Case and Jennie Campbell spent Feb. 22 at home, returning to Ypsilanti, Saturday. Messrs. Fred Burtless and Gust Kuhl, of Ann Arbor, spent a few days in town visiting their parents. The Union Savings bank has moved into the new bank. Mr. Howard Macomber who has been on a business trip the past week, returned home Tuesday. A number of ladies belonging to the Eastern Star went to Tecumseh last Thursday evening to attend a reception given by the Eastern Stars of that place. Miss Julia Kirchhofer closes the winter term of school in the Short district, Friday. February 27 was Longfellow's birthday and the high school held appropriate exercises. Miss Julia Schoettle went to Blissfield last Thursday, to spend a few days visiting Mr. and Mrs. Chris Marx. Miss Kittie Hogan, of Clinton, spent Sunday visiting her friend, Miss Blanche Stark. Miss Margaret Blosser is the happy possessor of a new beautiful upright piano. The W. R. C. will have a box social at their rooms next Tuesday evening. Miss Emma Engle, of Brooklyn, spent a few days visiting her parents. Mrs. E. Green, of Ypsilanti, attended the funeral of her father, Mr. Carr, last Frïday. Last Friday afternoon the funeral of Mr. Elijah Carr took place. Mr. Carr was born in New Lebanon, N. Y., in 1809, and in 1832 came to Michigan. He leaves a wife and four children, namely, Mrs. Wm. Burtless, Mrs. T. J. Thorn, Mrs. E. T. Green, and Mr. Spencer E. Carr. The funeral was conducted by Manchester lodge, No. 148. Last Saturday afternoon occurred the funeral of Mr. James Hendershott, who died last Wednesday at the age of 83 years. Within a short time four of our earliest pioneers and most respected citizens have been called to the better home.