Florence Hammond has the measles. The Lima Band played at Dexter Sunday. JVIiBS Nettie Storms, from the university, returned home Monday. W. E. Stocking, from Ann Arbor, has Deen spending a few days here. Walter Dancer, from Ann Arbor, atended the strawberry festival here. Archie Palmer, from Leoni, called on friends here Monday and Tuesday. Orren Burkhart is nursing a bruised oot, caused from catching it in the )lcw. Lima has decided not to celébrate the Fourth but will attend the celebration at Ann Arbor. . The Chelsea AI. E. church society will hold a soeial at Mrs. O. C. Burkïart's this afternoon. Mrs. Wm. Dancer and granddaughter jizzie have been spending a couple of weeks at Stockbridge. The strawberry festival was a grand ncoess. There were about 150 present. After supper the band played several pieces. Speaking by the children and music by the orchestra was also part of he program. Mrs. Smith, wife of Ebenezer Smith, died Saturday night. Mrs. Smith fell a sohrt time ago and failed very rapidy. She leaves a husband and one sou. "he funeral services were held at the house Tuesday.