Howard Macomber was home over Sunday Walter C. Mack of Aun Arbor was ! in town ou busiuess Monday. A. F. Freeman and N. Suhinid were in Ann Arbur on busiuess Monday. Mrs. James Kelly is viaiting her daughter, Mis. Henry Cash, iu Brouklyu. Mrs. C. Lehn spent a day with Tecumseh friends. Mrs Herbert Reed and little daughter, of Brooklyu, are the guests of Mrs. D. Reed. Mrs. N. Holt spent a few days with friends in Jacksou. Mrs. Natis, of Detroit, who has been visiting her daughter, Mrs. Fred ! tenburger, has returned home. Mrs. Bert Amaden has goue to Brooklyn to visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Culver. Msdames Jedele, Sloat and Hanensteio went to Brooklyn last Monday to visit friends. Miss Emma Engle, who is employed in Brookiyu, gare her friends a pleasant visit for a few daya. Saturday she went to Ypsilaati to visit her parents for a few weeks. The Methodist social met with Mr.'. Fred Fensler last Wednesday afternoon and the Epworth League sooial was held there in the erening. Merlie Yokom closed a suocessful term of school in Dist. No. 2, Bridgewater, last Friday with appropriate exercises. Herbert León Cope, the impersonator, will gire an entertainment at Arbeiter hall for the benefit of the senior olass of the high school next Wednensday evening, March 18. Miss Jnlia Kirchhofer, teaoher of Dist. No. 8, Bridgewater, olosed a snocessful term last Friday afternoon. Sidney and Donna Lowery being neither absent nor tardy during the term, received honor badges. The school will open tor the spring term April 6th The annual charter election was held in this village last Monday, the following offioers being elected : President, Warren Kimble; trustees, William J. Holmes, Frederick Kentsler, Franklin Spafard; clerk, Bert W. Amesden ; treasurer, William Koebbe; assessor, Henry Kirohhofer.