(Crowded out last week.) Miss Alma Teeter oloses her school Friday for a vaoation of a week. Miss Helen Leson visited Miss Agnus Obersmitu, of Sbaron, over Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Thorn have removed from the farm to their house in town. Mr. and Mrs. Vogeding have returued from Uhioago wbere they went on their wedding trip. Artbnr Lowery bas been giving bis house a new coat of paint, greatly apiroving its appearnoe. Mrs. Einma Weling bas been visiting iiiends here and iu Iron Greek. She retnrned to her home in Tecomseh the flrst oí the week. Fred Briegel has so far reoovered bis eyesight as to be able to resume business and will open a stook of boots and shoes over Younghan's baiber shop. The first meeting for the year of the Wasbtenaw Teachers' Association was held in the ohapel of the oentral sohool building last Satarday. In spite of threatening weather, a goodly number was in attendanoe, and the meeting was a snccess iu every way. The paper read by Miss Marie Kirohhoffer dnring the forenoon session was a rare treat. She gave a deligbtful history of the trip made to Washington last Jnly for the purpose of attending the National Teachers' Assooiation and the many interesting sights there. Although the discnssions were all impromptu, owing to a misunderstanding in regaid to the program, they were very interesting. Musio was furnished by the Manchester sohool.