Gr. J. Bnss was iu Ann Arbor a few days on business. Dr. Taylor, of Duluth, Minn., formerly of Manchester, visited friends in town a few days last week. Mrs. Willis J. Abbot and 'soa Waldo, of Chicago were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. H. Kirciihoffer last Friday and Satnrday. Mrs. James Kelly spent Sunday with her daughter, Mrs. H. Cash, in Brooklyn. Miss Katie Marx was in Blissfield a few days visiting with Mr. and Mrs. Christ. Marx. Mr. and Mrs. B. W. Amsden and Mr. and Mrs. Dr. Kotts went to Brooklyn lasf Wednesday to attend the Ransom -King wedding. Mr Frank Stark, who is employed m uinciunati, V., carne home Saturday for a two weeks vaoation. Miss Elnia Short, of Bridgewater, is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Dr. Lynch. Mr. Meyer, of Aun Arbor spent Sunday with his friend Charles Wnertlmer. Mr. and Mrs. Grossinan and family of Ann Arbor and Mrs. Zeeb, of Eniery were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. Banschenberger. Mrs. J. Koch and daughter, of Detroit, are visiting friends in town. Miss Louise Uphous, who is working in Ann Arbor, visited a few days with friends. Messrs. N. Senger and G. A. Fausel are to have a new cement walk made before tneir stores. Mrs. Lutz and children, of Adrián, visited with Mrs. Marx last week. Messrs. M. Silkworth and H. Howard drove home frora Jackson Sunday to risit their parents. There will be no services at the Emanuel's church next Sunday. Rev. Schoettle goes to Jackson to attend the yearly conference. Prof. Barber, of Ypsilanti, will address the graduating class Sunday afternoon in Emanuel's church. Miss Lena Kuenzler has taken the position as cashier iu W alter C. Mack's store. The Ladies Aid society of the M. E. chnrch meet with Mrs. Milo Rowe.Friday afternoon. The ladies of the Universalist church gave au ice cream social at the home oi Mrs. George Nisle, Jr., Wednesday even ing. The ladies of the Emanuels' church gave au ice cream social at the home of Mrs. Lisie, Sr. ,on Thursday evening. The children's day exercises held in the M. E. church last Sunday evening wero very good and instructive. The chnrch was crowded with eager listeners. The illuminated scriptural pyramid was very pretty.