The Masonic entertainment was . fine event and the chairman, C. M. De beoham, has ocoasion to congratulat hiinself over the sncoess of it from first to last. 425 tickets were sold f o banqnet and danoe. The program wa interesting ; the Valentines were langh able, the music good and the commit tee well cbosen. The next thing in the way of enter tainments is to be under the auspicie of the M. E. society at their church the 22d of February, a Washington enter tainmeut and a donation for Rev. H F. Shier and fainily. Mrs. G. R. Williams, who was qnite ill last week with la grippe, is able to be oot again. Mrs. J. C. Eonse retnrned Tuesday from a fonr day's soj jurn with friends in and néar Saline. C. M. Debenham.and family are en tertaining guests from Ohio. Mrs. Chas. Farmington is seriously ill. Mrs. Wm. Taylor is qnite ill. Wm. Smith and family will move nto the house lately vacated by S. Brown and family, on the corner oi Wilcox and E. Main streets in a few days. The Presbyterian 8ewing sooiety met at Miss M. A. Palmer's Tuesday afternoon. The Misses Hattie and Eva Wooloott were the gnests of their mother on County street Tuesday and Satnrday, jut returned Satnrday eveniug to their home in Ypsialnti. Mr and Mrs. Will Barnes retnrned ?nesday to their home in Tecumseh. J. Lockwood has retnrned from his Toledo visit. Prof. Geo. A.. Deanison and wife, f Dundee, attended the Masonio enterainment. Prof. and Mrs. C. M. Pulier, of Hoorevlle, took in the Masonio eDterainmeut. Mrs. Chase entertained guests from Iooreville the first of the ■week. Miss Reinprank spent Snnday vpith ïer friends in Saline. Miss Forsythe visiied her people in jodi from Friday nntil Monday. Prof. and 7Ats. W. Babcock, of Ann Arbor, have been visiting Milan relatives for a few days. Miss Sarah Reeves, of Milwankee, is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. H. Sill. Mrs. W. E. Ward entertained guests from'Ann Arbor theglast of the week. Theheavy wind last week loosened the tin roof on the Odd Fellow's temple. A few of the Chequamegons, of Ann Arbor, fnrnished mnsic for the Masonio entertainment. Mrs. Alex. Smith has returned from her visiting tour. Mr. Brooks is home for a few days before engaging in business with a new firm near Jaokson. The school cantata will be given in a few weeks. Rev J. Ward Stone is on the sick list. Mrs. A. Hanson, who feil on the ioe, is slowly recovering. The new school honse is still being cussed. Mrs. F. Andrews and family entertai led guests from out of town the first of the week. Mr. Thomas Wilson was 90 years old the 18th of Feb. Surprise parties are in order at the present date. Mrs. J. Bray is entertaining gnests from Ypsilanti.