Henry Nournann was in Tecumseh last Fi'iday. Augustus Wnerthuer, of Tecuraseh, spent Sunday with his parents. Walter C. Mack and Mr.Eisemaan.of Ann Arbor, were in towu on business Monday and Tnesday. Miss Auna Fellows, of Saline, was the guest of Miss BI anche Stark Sunday. Mis. Gleeson is visiting relatives at Lenawee Junction. Rev. and Mrs. Butler, of Ohio, are the gnests of Mrs. Butler's pareuts,Mr. and Mrs. Williams. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Sanford started for Philadelphia last Friday for an exteuded visit with their daughter, Mrs. Drake. Mr. Wolff and family, of Saline, visited at Oonrad Naurnann's Suuday. Mr. Williain Koebbe was in Adrián last Monday on business. Mr. August Nisle drove to Ann Arbo1' last Sunday to visit friends. Mrs. H. Stark, who has been visiting in Cincinnati, O., the past three weeks, returned home last Monday. William Rehfuss and son, of Ann Arbor, were in town over Snnday visiting old friends. John Engle, who has been a resident of our village the past 30 years, bas moved his family to Ypsilanti. Mr. John Patohin and two children, of Traverse City, are visiting relatives and friends in and aobnt Mf nchester. Last Friday the pupils of our public school had a day of vacation. The superintendent, together with the teachers, visited the Adrián schools. The Misses Florence Kellam, Julia Kirchhofer and Mrs. Florence Russell aocompauied them. The Manchester tent, No. 141, K. O. M. , dedicated their new hall, formerly owupied by the Masons, Tuesday evening, with appropriate exercises, followed by refreshments.