The banqnet and entertainment in honor of the sixth anniversary of the organization of Queen Oity Hive, No. 64, L. O. T. M., of Ypsilauti, held in Light Guard hall of that city, Thursday evening of lase week, was a ruost pronounced sneoess. Over 400 people partook of the banqnet among whom were the Great Hive offioers, who were the guests of the evening. After the banquet the literary and inneical program was carried out. Miss Emma E. Bower, of Ann Arbor, acting as toastmaster. Among those who spoke in response to toasts were Mrs. Nettie E. Lambert, comtnander of Qoeen City Hive; Mrs. Francis E. Burns, great lady cornmander, of St. Lonis; Mrs. Rachel Bailey, great lientenant commander, of Grand JRapids; Miss Mae E. Stanard, Rev. Wm. Gardam and Rev. Frank Kennedy. A recitation was also giveu by Miss Mina Weese, musical selections by the Misses Winifred and Marquita Walliu, and Haight's orebestra, and vooal solos by Oscar Gareissen, the Misses Miunie Stoup aiid Mary Wood.