Lewis Bunz is still very ill. Frank Rowe has been conflned to the house by sickness. Miss Carrie Widmayer, of Manchester, called on her brother and family last week. Henry ïrolz and wife, of Norvell, were in town on Saturday calliüg on friends and relatives. AVillis Green was the guest of his grandfather, Thomas Green, from Saturday until Tuesday. Prof'. Samuel Osborn, of Manistee, came here to attend the funeral of his mother, Mrs. W. B. üsborn. Prof. Albert Osborn, of Rochester, N. Y., was called here by the death of his mother, Mrs. W. B. Osborn. Mr. and Mrs. John Q. A. Cook, of Morrice, are in town, the guests of Mrs. C's father, Morey A. Pierce. Mrs. Naney Murch has returned from Reading, where she has been caring for her sister, Mrs. Meivin Raymond. Mrs. Raymond and her daughter, Mrs. Croman, of Grass Lake, were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Smith last week. Mrs. Chas. Pardee entertained her sister, Mrs. Wilber Comstock and daughters, Hazel and Ruth, of Grass Lake, last week. The young people gave the Misses Clara and Minnie Landwehr a surprise at their home on Tuesday evening. A very pleasant time was had by all.