" Miss Nefctie G-illett bas been sicfc the past week with la grippe. Mrs. John Q. A. Oook, of Morrice, yisited her parents.Mr. and Mrs. Morey A. Pierce,and otberrelatives, last week. Tbe Epwortii League and The Old Folks' Societies hold an entertainment at tbe Center cnnrch tnisevening. This being their last social an effort has been made to make it an enjoyable affair. Chas. A. Bnllard was in Ann Arbor the flrst of the week. School closed in District No. 6 last week. After one week's vacatiorj the spring term commences with Ella M. Pierce as teacher. As James Tracey was learning to ride h?s son 's vrheel in the front yard, he lost control of the affair and the resnlt was two broken spokes. E. M. Pierce is spending this week Tisiting nis pnpils in District No. 2. Mr. and Mrs. Johu. Pardee have returned home f rom Brooklyn and Cambridge where they have been visiting. School has commenced in district No. 1 with Joseph Lamb, teacher. Miss Martha Kappler is very sick at her home in North Sharon. Mrs. David DuBois was called to the home of her parentsin Bridgewater Jast week by the serióos illness of her mother, Mrs. Avery. G-eorge B. Raymond is in Ann Arbor oting as juror.