School begaa Monday with a large attendauce. Ernest Kueuzler left Tnesday to resnme his work at Elmhurst College after spending the snmmet with his mother. . Mrs. Henry Kirohhpfer aud sons, Hugo and Henry visited Aan Arbor relatives froni Wednesday until Mentí ay. Miss Orrell Grigsby, of Allegan, Mich., has retnrned to take up her posi tion as secoud piiruary teacher for the school year. Mrs. Win. Pfeiffle and children wbo have been visting with her motber, Mrs. Mars, the past nine weeks, have returned to their home in Hamilton, Obio. Satnrday, Aug. 22. Miss Katie Marx died at the home of her mother. Por over a year she had been sick with oonsumDtion and nntil a few weeks before her death she had hopes of getting better. She was born in Adriao, in 1875, and carne to Manchester when only two years of age. She attended the Manchester public school aud abont fonr years ago learned dressmaking at whioh she faithfully busied herself until a short time before her death. She was an estimable youug lady and will be greatly missed by all who knew her. ïn church and society shew as an active worker. The funeral was held at the Emanuel church the following Tuesday and was largely attended. She leaves a mother, türee brothers, and three sisters besides a large circle of friends to mourn her loss.