Tohn Huil, Jennie Hnll, George Pray and Lou Pray are visiting friends in Whitmore. They will return to their home in Dimnndale, Wednesday, Feb. 12. The Good Templars will hold a neokie sooial at the home of Mrs. Henry Spiegelberg.Thursday evening,"Feb. 13, Boys furnish neckties and supper, and the girls buy them. The boy making the best tie receives a prize, alao boy making poorest rec ives prize. Bill 25 cents. All oome. Mrs. Mary Burnefct and sister, Nellie Wilkin, spent Wednesday and Thursday ast with Webster friends. Wirt Whitlock is visiting his brother, 3arry, of Hamburg. Ernest Fulton went to Pontiao Monday morning to spendjajf ew days. Ladies' Aid meet at the home of Mr. E. Snell, Wednesday afternoon, tea at five o'clock. Everyone invited. Lillian Lombard and John Weismyer spent Saturday and Sunday with Dixboro friends. Fred Swart, of Dixboro spent Snnday with Lansing friends. Mrs. Hieks, who was thrown from the cutter a few weeks ago, is gaining slowly. Eleotion of offioers in I. O. G. T. Lodge of thie plaoe as follows: C. T., Jay Pray; P. C. T.. John Turner; V. T., Pearl MoCormick; L. D., Louise Dalkey; S. of J., Francés Moss; Treasurer, Ida Dhiyle; Financial Sec, Tory Roper; Seoretary, Nellie Willson; Asst. Sec, Francés Lumbard ; Marshal, Geo. Close; D. M., Claud Moss; Sentinel, John Weismyer.