Everybody is preparing for Christin as. Morey A. Pierce continúes in poor health. Lloyd Lockwood bas retarned home after a year's stay in Ohio. August Oversmith, of the U. of M., is spending the vacation at home. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Trolz, af Norveil town, called on friends on Sunday. Charles Bnllard, of Wolf Lake, was in town oü Monday on bis to Toledo. Mrs. Henry Steiuigeweg andj daughter Linda are visiting in Clinton this week. Mrs. Berkly Osborn, wbo bas been siok for some time, is somewhat im proved. Miss Anna S. Kuhl has returned to her borne after spendiug the suniruer at Morey Picrce's. Willis Greeu, of Bridgewater, is spsndiug the winter with his grandfather, Thomas Green.