E. Keyes ia sick vcith the gripp. Harry Haramond is on the sick list. Mrs. T. Morse is quite a little better. Mrs. Henry Wilaon is siok with the glip. Mrs. Ella Eaton is siok with la grippe. Mra. EUen Covurt is very sick with lung fever, The oyster sapper was not very largely attended. The Farmers' Club will meet at James MoLaren'a March 15. Mrs. Mary Staebler and danghter Einma have moved toChelsea. Miss Ada Sobenk was anable to teaoh last week on account of having the grip. Miss Editb Staebler will work for Mies Minnie Steinbaoh, of Ann Arbor. Miss Bertha Spencer attended tbe teachers' meeting at Ypsilanti last Saturday. Jay Wood and Mrs. May Luick bave one toaColdwater to attend the funeral of tbeir aunt. Mrs. C. Brown's neighbors gave her a surprise party Maroh 1. It was her 80th birthday. Two sleighloads of the Lima people epent Tnesday evening of laat week at Mra. M. Staeblei's. Mr. Sam Smith and Miss Carrie Egler, both of Lima, were married in Ann Arbor, Maroh 3. Fred Wenk will work Mrs. Staebler's farm. He bas hired his brother Albert and wife to work for him.