On Taesday eveuing about 25 oouples gatbered at the home of John Claiicy, in Northfield, for the purpose of helping nina celébrate bis birthday anniversary. Among several valuable presents that were given Mr. Clancy as mementoes of the oocasion was a $5 gold pieoe by Philip Dnffy, a handsome chair from Nathan Nixon, and an elegant rug from Mrs. John Shanahan. During the evening dancing was indulged in by the young people to music fnrnisbed by the Cbeqaarnegons, of Ann Arbor. Supper followed, after which a program of songs and speeches was givan, embraoing soprano solos by the Mi8ses Nona O'Brien and Katie Seabolt, a couple of songs by Walter Crego, and a speech by Lew Renwick. At the conclusión of the program danoI ing was again taken up until an early hour of the morning.