Joseph Pray isstill very low. Limibard's Orchestra will play at Wali Lake this evening. Miss Ida Henry, of St. John, is expected home this week. Miss Lillie Digby, of Salem, called on friends here Saturday. Mr. andMrs. W. Fulton, of Brighton, spent Sanday with Mrs. Green. Miss Nellie Stevens returned home Chursday from a visit in Detroit. Mrs. E. E. Field and Mrs. Chris. Field spent Sanday in Ann Arbor. O. J. Newberry, of Hamburg, spent ast week with his sister in Jackson. Miss Nellie Green, of this place, visited friends in Ann Arbor last week. Miss Vera Hanby, of Dixboro, spent Sanday with her sister, Mrs. Lavender Mr and Mrs. H. Willson, of Webster, spent Sunday with W. A. Willson and 'amily. Mrs. Lane, of Webberville, spent ast week with G. M. Trusdale and 'amily. Mrs. George Pray, who has been visting Mrs. Joe Pray, went home Thursday to Lansing. John Ram returned home Saturday from West Virginia, where he has been xttending school. Miss Lizzie Green arrived home Monday from Conway, where she has been eaching this spring. Henry and Willard Wilson will put np a monument in the Hamburg cenie:ery week after nest. Quite a nurnber of Whitmore people attended cornmencement in Ann Arbor ast week. Miss Catherine Marr, of Detroit, came ou Saturday to her cottage, where she will spend the summer.