Rev. Mr. Noble is bolding revival meetings at Friends' church this week. six miles south of the cicy of Ypsilauti. Mrs. George Russell has a dwarf white chrysanthemum whioh coatains six hundred and seventy-flve blossoms. Mrs.. Russell has sent bouquefcs to the sick and carried to the church besides. The Willis creamery gets ov r two thousand pounds of milk every otber day. An oyster supper was held at Willis for church expenses last Friday evening whioh netted a little over flve dollara. Miss Clara Lord and little Miss Helen are about to start for Toledo, Ohio, where they expeot to remain the greater part of the winter with an uncle, Samuel Lord. Mrs. J. M. Brining, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey S. Day were delegates to tbe statí üíunday school convention held in Detroit last week. Mrs. H. M. Abbey was somewhat surprised at the arrival of a dressed turkey and other things numerous for the retnembrance of her eighty-fourth birthday. She still does all her household work and does considerable for c-harity. The new pastor at Willis has moved into Abbott Russell's house, formerly occupied by Mr. Swass.