Joseph Lamb bas begun the spring erm of school at Rowe Corners. Myron C. Pierce has been confined ;o the house with la grippe bnt is able ;o be out again. Miss Florence Rossell has been supjlying Miss Nett Gillett's place during ;he latter'8 serious illness. Chas. G.Leeson will teach thejapring ;erm ofjschonl in the Craft's district. Miss Laura Huesman is spendiug a cew weeks in Bridewater. C. A. Bullard aud Will Wacker were ut Iron Creek on Saturday. Lestei. Feilows, of Clinton. is visiting bis paren ts. Miss Lucy Burch and Bert Niohols of Grass Lake, were married at the Methodist parsoaage in Manchester, on March lOth, Rev. Yokum offioiating. Thus another veteran in school work drops from the rauks. Miss Lydia JSeckinger, of Bririgewater, visitad Miss Lena Trolf on Sunday. Miss Anna Huber, of Manchester, and Will Ahrens will be inarriea soon and will reside in Frank Merithew's house, so it is reported. Mrs. Wm. Jones will sell a largo amonnt of personal property on her farm ín the edge of Norvell township today. Frank Merithew sold his personal property at auction this week and will move ioto Manchester. We understand that he will devote himself to the celery business The sooial at the residenoe of Lambert Giske last Thursday was well attended and all report having an excellent time. The M. E. chnrch society in couneotiou with the Epwoith League held rhe ast social of the season at the Center ohuroh on Friday evening last. A fair sized audiencá listened to a good program. The republicans will probably nominate Wm. J. Dresselhonse, at present township treasurer, for supervisor, while the deniocrats will undoubtedly re-nominate and re-eleot William F. Hall. Mrs. David DnBoise, who has been taking care of her mother, Mrs. Avery in Bridgewater, has returned to her home in Sharon Hollow. Miss Clara Landwehr spent last week with her grandmother, Mrs. Dieterle in Freedom. Will Schlioht, of Sharon, and Miss Katie Soheible of Hamilton, O. were married last week, returniug here Friday. They will reside in Sharon.