Bertha Wilsou is very sick withlung trouble. Mrs. Etta Stocking is sick with the grip. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Parker, a girl, Feh. 5. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Wenk gave au oyster supper Tnesday niglit. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Meyers gave an oyster snpper Saturday uight. The Farmers' O lnb wijl have an oyster dinner at their meeting Feb. 22. at Henry Lnick's. John Joss is senously ill with luiig trouble. Mr. Joos' wife died about three weeks ago. A man from Waterloo attended the funeral and died two days later. Last week Miss Julia Haarer who was working for Mr. "Joos died. The yonng people will give an entertainment afr the hall Thnrsday night, Feb. 23. The proceeds wiil be giyen to the Epworth League. Admission 15 cents. The entertainment will consist of music and speaking. Jay Easton and schol ars will show yon how the last days of the Deestrict Sknle of 40 years ago werecouducted, also a play will be given entitled "The Heroic Dntchman of Seventysix, " a comedy ia five acts, with the following cast of characters: Col. Brown, an oíd man and a story, John Steinbach; Major Jones, a story and i British officer, Arl Guerin ; Harry Walters, a rebel captain, O. C. Burkhadt; Captain Lile, a British officer, Charles Hawley; Jake, the Heroic Dutchman, Fred Stabler; Sam, colored servant, Jnlins Neihans; Torn, British corporal, Ernanuel Strieter; May Brown, daughter of Col. Brown, Estella Guerin; Kate Brown, daughter of Col. Brown, Bertha Spencer; Bridget, Sárvant girl,Martha Hinderer.