E. S. Hagaman is in Brooklyn on business ttais week. Haimon Clark and farnilyspent Sunday witb friends and Brooklyn. Hert Chapin, of Albion, visited nis annt, Mrs. Armetrong, over iSuuday. Frank G-ieske, who ent a bad gasb in his foot a few days ago, is around on erntohes. The senior olass will have an ioe crearn sooial Friday evening at the home of Kathryn Nisle. Iu the absence of Rev. Hutohins, the Baptist pulpit was oconpied last Snnday by a stndent from Kalamazoo. Henry Jacquemain, who failed to pass tbe examination at Camp Earon, is again olerking for Gieske & Bulm. Albert Paul is again olerking for ,T. Roller & Co. after an absence of a few weeks on acoount of injuries in a runaway. Miss Marie Kirchhofer entertained the senior class at her home Wednesday eveniug of last week. Only one out of the olass of 12 was absent and a pleasant time was reported. The funeral of Mr. Rushton was held at the home of her son, Win. Rushton May 10. It was largely attended as she bad been a resident of the community for many years.