Frederick Schmid, of Ann Arbor, spent Thursday and Friday in town. Miss Florence Kellain, of Chelsea, is visiting friends here this week. Howard Macomber was home over Sunday. William Arnold, of Tecumseh, was in towu on business Tuesday. Mrs. Charles Kreitner and children, of Norvell, are visiting Mrs. J. Miller. Tobías Laubengayer and wife, of Scio, visited friends in town on Thursday. Misses Isabelle Millen and Alma Schmid drove to Wolf Lake Friday. Miss Louise Schmid went to Tecumseh last Tbursday to visit with Mrs. William Arnold. Peter Ryan and Clarence Breger went to Marine City Thursday morning with Father Tern's team. Amoug those who went to Aun Arbor last Saturday to attend the teachers' association were: Prof. Essery, Miss Nettie Gillett, Elnier Silkworth and Charles Leeson. A nuniber [of the members of the C. E. society went to Ann Arbor Sunday to attend the third anniversary of the C. E. society of the Bethlehem chureh. At the teachers' association held in Ann Arbor last Saturday, Prof. Essery of our public school, was eleoted president of the association. Miss Julia Kirchhofer closed a very successful term of school in district No. 8. last Friday with appropriate exercises. Of the twenty-seven scholars, six were entitled to badges. The memorial services held in the Baptist chureh last Sunday at 10:30 a. m. by Rev. Platt were appreciated by all who attended. The Masonic lodge dedicated their new hall last Tuesday evening, a great many inasons l'roin neighboriug places attending. Hou. E. P. AUen, of Ypsilanti, Hod. A. J. Sawyer and Hon. William G. Doty, of Ann Arbor, and Chas. Townseud, of Jackson, were present to take part in the exercises. The banquet was in Arbeiter hall. The merubers of Comstock Post decorated the graves of their comrades on Thursday forenoon. At two o'clock the exercises in Arbeiter hall in wnich the school participated were as follows: Song by the quartette,' Messrs. Case, Yocum, Esseiy and Bailey ; prayer by ïtev. Yocum ; reading of general order y Adjt. Teeter; opening exercises, Cornmander Hough, song, quartette; ong by , school ;ad dress, Col. E. D. Penn ; song, quartette ; essay, Lizzie Tarrell; memorial exercises, intermeiate room; song, second primary; 1 itaton, Edith Tracy ; song, high school ; uu drill, second primary; song,"Our Hag" first priinary; recitation, ward chool; song, ward school; benediction, Chaplain L. F. Rushton; song, ''Amerca" audience.