Olayton Ward faas been very siok with brain fever. George Field, f rom Milford, oalled on friends bere last week. Miss Nettie Storms, from Ann Arbor, bas been spending a few days bere. Mrs. Mary Holden, from Qrass Lake, speet Satnrday witb Mrs. O. B. Gnerin. Mrs. M. Ormsbee and son Max, from Pontfac, spent part of last week with Mra. C. Brown. Mrs. Woodhonse and daugbter, from Stockbridse, have been visiting Mr. and Mrs. Linval Ward. A Sanday school has been organizad bere with Miss Bertba Spenoer as seoretary and treasnrer and Jay Easton as superintendent. We think the Lima girls are too sensible to get married, that is wby we were wondering who would oocupy the new house, have since learned that it is a lady out of town.