E. S. Haagman spent last Thursday in Adrian.
Miss Anna Armstrong returned from Albion Tuesday.
Clarence Berger has gone to Toledo to clerk for his uncle.
Mrs. Vernice Gary has been confined to her bed by a severe cold.
Bert Lowery intends to take a course in the Adrian Business College.
Frank Kramer has taken Clarence Berger's position in Haeussler's drug store.
James Blaisdell, who has been sick for several weeks is failing quite rapidly.
Henry Rushton spent Thanksgiving with his sister Mrs. R. C. Witherall, of Jackson.
Dr. Servis and wife are entertaining a small daughter who come to their home last week.
Corporal A. J. Hough left Wednesday morning to join the 31st Michigan regiment at Knoxville.
An Albino man who was in town last week advertizing cascarets attracted considerable attention.
Miss Cooper, of Detroit, gave a very interesting talk on missions at the Baptist church last Sunday afternoon.
Miss Garce Lee, who has been confined to the house by sickness for several days is able to be in school again.