Miss Auna Luebke is getting well ; rapidly now. Mrs. Clarimau Pray is quite ill at i her home on Broadway. j Louis Rehberg, of Detroit, is visiting " his brother Ernest, of Broadway. ', Mr. and Mrs. Anton Sheffold are ; both ill at tbeir home oa Wright st. i Mrs. T. L. Davis has returned home from a visit with her mother in Jackson. Mrs. Lenora Aldrich and family have gone to Ülivet to spend the winter. Edward Boyle, brother of Supervisor Boy Ie, onr grocer, is in pretty bad shape, wrestling with grip. Mrs. Ohas. Douavan, who has been visting her sister Miss Margaret Donavan, has returned to Sioux City. Mrs. Cooper, of Azalia, who has been visiting her father John McCarthen, of Broadway, has returned home. I. J. Reynolds is home from Knoxville, having been mustered out of the Jlst regiment. He is looking hale and hearty. The young people will give their entertainment she lOth of Februaiy in the old chaprti. The admission will be 15 cents and we are exceedingly desirous of a good house for we have worked iiard and besides the funds go for the benefit of the new clmrch. Snnday school is held every Snuday iu the chapel frorn 3 Tintil 4 o'clock. Mr. John Loefler, of Wall at., is omsuprintendent and is doing most faithfnl work as such. The music is in charge of Mrs. Hogers and Mis. Charles Knapp. The classes nrnnber nine and all are in oharge of cornpetent teachers. We vish very much to add a class of young men to the list. If the boys will conn they won't be sorry. It would do you all good to come and visit iis. All who are interested in such work are invited especially. Everyone is welcome.