Gilí Warner is engaged iu teaching at Evait. Monaay night a danoing party was held at Fred Heiniager's. Jay Campbell, son of Senator Campaell, has been quite siok with measles. Mr. Smith and sister, of Milan, spent Snnday with Mr. and Mrs. Josoph Cady. Walter Lathrop has rented his farm to a man from Kalamazoo for the corrting summer. Samnel Coleman, who has been employed in a meat market in Belleville rïuriug the past snmmer, has tetnrned to his brother-in-law's for the presunt season. Thursday evening, Feb. 3, Everett Rose aud Albert Klager took a sleighride to the home of the Misses Squares where the Stone School Snnday School held a social. Mr. and Mrs Fred Ottmer and daugbter Dess, of Bridgewater, and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Falk and daugbter Elsie, of Milan, spent Monday with Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Armbrnster. The W. C. T. U , of Ypsilanti, gave an entertainment "The Milkmaids' Convention" Friday evening, Feb. 4, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Alton flinokley, after which supper was served. A jolly nnmber -ere present. Mr. and Mrs. Newland Carpenter, Mr. and Mrs. Dick Kellogg, Mrs. Frano Sweet, the Misaess Maud and MahRi Carnenter and Emraa Rayer and Herman and Rob Rayer, of Pittsfield, and Mr. and Mrs. Mort Crane, Mr. and Mrs. Wirt Seymour, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Laflin and Mr. and Mis. Hnnry Miller, of Ypsilanti, met the other evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Fletcner, of Ypsilanti, for a progressive pedro party. Miss Maud Garpenter won first prize and Mrs. Wirt Seyaionr bonhy prize.