Miss Hincheys spent Saturday and Sunday with her parents in Marión. Miss Nellie Newkirk spent the Sabbath with her grandfather, Mr. Birkett. Mrs. Haab and family were guests of relatives in Salem over Sunday. Mr. D. Erwin and son, of Leslie, spent several days of last week with his brother and family. Mrs. William Carpenter and children visited her parents in Pittysville, Thursday. Mrs. Wra. Sweetman entertained her daughter and family on Sunday. B. Hopkins made a trip to Chelsea, Friday. L. L. James and family were here on Sunday. Mrs. John McCabe will spend the week in Hamburg with her daughter. Mrs. Story and family entertained friends on Sunday. Miss M. E. Taylor spent Wednesday with her grandparents in Northfield. Miss T.Pidd is on the sick list. Will Spoot will spend the summer on a farm near Pinckney. E. Campbell was in Hudson Sunday. R. Erwin, wife and daughterwere in Pinckney Sunday. There will be a dance at Carpenter's hall in Hudson Friday evening. John Pidd and wife had about twenty-five of their friends todinner on Sunday. Mike Ryan, of Jackson, formerly of Pinckney, has opened a saloon in Dexter village. Frank Mowers and Burt Hooker, of Portage, spent Sunday with their best girls in this place. Stephen Crane and wife entertained friends Sunday. E. Stabler, of Four Mile Lake, was with friends Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. Katherine De Vinney died in this village Sunday morning, aged 76 years. The funeral took place from the house on Tuesday, Rev. Frank Blanfield officiating. U. . aiiöy is home trom Bay City. Chas. Ryan was in town over Sunday. G. S. Sill, of Detroit, was on our streets Friday. G. Harris, of Jackson, visited his mother Sunday. Mr. Stanton and wife are now located at Mason. Torn Beil and farnily spent the Sabbath with his brother. Geo. Boyden was in Pinckney on business, Monday. Mrs. Wm. Curlett and children are home from their Pinckney visit. Rev. J. Claffin, of Perry, was in town part of last week. Mrs John Dolan, of Grand Rapids, is the guest of her daughter. Mrs. D. L. Quish is entertaining her mother. Miss B. Fagan, of Deerfield, is visiting friends in the viliage. E. Hiscock, of Ann Arbor, was out to his farm Tuesday. Wm Hoyt, of Plymouth, was with old friends Friday. Mrs. Chas. Van Riper entertained the Willing Workers' society last Wednesday. Mrs. Trueblood and the Misses Rose Allen, Clara Clark and Maud Stebbins, of Ann Arbor, visited friends last week. Miss Josephine Costello has resigned her position as teacher in our high school. The Dexter high school will have a gradualing class of six members. They are as follows: Misses Nellie Hawkins, Minnie Rieder, Mary Benton, Minnie Hawkins, and Messrs. Guy Hicks and George Keal.