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Mrs. B. Kahl couMnues very ill. Mrs. John Jones is very sick at Sharon Center. Kittie Pierce was sick a few days last week. Albert Trolz is cntting veood for E. M. Pierce. Miss Minnietjphans is staying at E. W. Crafts tor the snmnier. Miss Lnnie Bnss is stayiug at E. M. Pierce's for the sammer. David DnBois has moved in Richard DnBois' honse in Sharou Hollow. Merrick Bnrch and wife iiave retnmed from Grand Rapids. Miss Auna S. Knhl visited in Norveil a few days this v? eek. Mrs. John Rice is able to ba out after a severe attack of La (irippe. Mrs. Rhodes, of North Sharon, is sufifering from a severely burned arm. Mrs. Mowry A. Pierce was confined to the house for several -days with a bad cold. Mrs. William Trolz and Mrs. Albert Trol epeut Wednesday at Charles Walker's. Ben Landvvehr ana family have removed from Sharou to the tovvn of Freedom. Mr. and Mrs. Edward M. Pierce attended a surprise at John Landwehr's on Satmday, April 8. John Haenssler, who was badly injnred in a runaway a short time ago, is on the gain. Several of our young people will at tend a social party at GeorgeRoschon's this evening. John Knhl, of Sharon Hollow bas bonght 15 acres of land of Mr. Kempf. of Chelsea. Mr. and Mrs. Orner Nordman enter - taiued a company of friends at cards on Friday eveniug. L. S. Hnlbert bas retnrned home from Ann Arbor, where he has beeu taking treatmenfc at the U. of M. hospital. Floyd O. Pardee bas returued to school at Detroit after spending his vacation with his parents Mr. and Mrs. Charles Pardee. On Saturday, April 8, abont 100 of the friends and relatives of Mr. and Mrs. Jobn Landwehr gathered at their home to jóin with thern in celebrating the 25th auniversary of their marriage. They were the recipients of costly presents in remembrance of the high esteeru in which they are held. After spending the day the friends departed wishiüg them many years of happiness.