Miss Ida Lathrop entertained a friend from Detroit over Snnday. Herman JRayer lost ons of bis valuable black horses recently. The attendance at the P. U. S. S. nniiibered 106 last Sunday. Children's day was observed in the Stone school house last Sunday. Mrs. Andrew Campbell has b9en entertaining her daughter Anna. Several of this vicinity attended the pioneer meeting at Saline last week. Harry Shirley, of Ann Arbor, called on friends in this place last Sunday. George Bassett has returned and again resumed his duties of farming. The P. U. S. S. will hold ohildren's day exeroises next Sunday. Everybody invited. Miss Kifctie Campbell has returned aome to spend her vacation with her parents. Gillie Howe, who bas been ill for some time past from being poisoned, is convalescing. Mrs. Roy McClure, who has been the ?uest of Mrs. Walter Lathrop, will re;urn to Chicago this week. Miss AUie Russell, of Ann Arbor, olosed her sohool in the Carpenter school house with a picnic. The people in this vicinity will regret ;o learn of the death of Christian Sayer, formerly of this township. The marriage of Mr. Ben Shelhorn of his place and Miss Mattie Adams, of Ann Arbor, occurred Wednesday evenng. Miss Bertha Moore olosed her school n the Grove School, last week with a )icnic. Her pupils presented her with ;wo volumes of Emerson's essays. . Mrs. J. C. Chalmers, Mrs. C. W. Rose, Miss Leolyn Nichols and Miss Julia Chalmers attended the meeting of the "Dont-You-Wish Yow-Knew Club" at Ann Aibor last Thursday. Town line school district No. 11 passed through here last Saturday with wagons deoorated with flags and cariying banners, en route to the museum and surrounding buildings at Ann Arbor.