Geo. D. Santord is stlll very Hl. The B. Y. P. U. ice creara social mnounced for last Friday night at James Hall's was postponed on j oount of the death of his sister. Rev. A. R. Mead and wife, Mrs. S. Hale, and Mrs. W. F. Clark attended the Baptist associational council at Dexter last Wednesday. Died Tuesday, April 30, at her home, three miles Southwest of this place, Julia Hall Warner, wife of Frank Warner. Deceased had been in poor health for some time but her sudden death was a shock to her many friends. The funeral was held Thursday morning in the Universalist church. There was a doublé wedding last Wednesday at the residence of Rev. T. F. Smith, in Ypsilanti. formerly pastor of the Baptest church of this place. The contracting parties were, Mr. Milton S. Davenport and Miss Mollie Dexter, and Mr. Emmett Morgan and Miss Donna Dexter. The young ladies were sisters and the daughters of Fuller Dexter, of Milan. All four of the young people are well know here and highly respected. Mr. and Mrs. Morgan will reside near Detroit where he has has a position on a fruit farm.