Mrs. George Safford, of Pontiac, is visiting ber fatber, E. JR. Field. Messra Bert Haight and Orrin Newbery spent Sunday in Ypsilauti. Albert DeWoIfe pent Snnday in Lansing witb his sister, Mrs. Lnln Einder. The I O. O. F. dancing party at Hamburg, Friday evening, was not largely attended. All reportad a good time. James Hanby, of Dixboro, visited friends here over Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. George Laveuder are visiting Dixboro friends. Mr. and Mrs. Patrick McDonald are visiting friends in Pinckney. Miss Troy Ruper is quite ill. Mrs. Frank Spiegelberg is still on the siok list. The I. O. G. T. had a new candidato last Saturday evening, Laurence Marr. , Mr. and Mrs. O.P. Safford, of Flint, are expected tö visit friends in this place soon. There will be a concert at the M. E. ohurch in Hamburg, March 26, for the benefit of the pastor. Admission 10 and 15 cents. Mrs. Ad die Field and daughters Lnln and Laura, will spend a few days in Saline. Mrs. Tom Moss is quite sick with the grip. Miss Lucy Kinney went to Howell Satnrday to visit her sister. Mr. and Mrs. Alex. Todd went to Bancroft Monday, to attend th eir nephew's auction. David Dickerson, wbo has been visiting relatives here, returned to his home in Dimondale, Saturday last.