Mr. aud Mrs. Wi'.l Uphaus spent i Sunday with Mrs. Uphans's parents, j Mr. and Mra. Wm. Trolz Floyd Pardee is spending his vaca :ion at home. Albert Cook, who was overeóme by the heat while threshing on the Wm. Jones farm, bas so far recovered as to be arotind again. Mrs. Wm. Jones has been pntertaining her rieice, Miss Josie Hounson, cf Grasa Late. David DuBois and wife speut Satnrday and Sunday at Sand Lake. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Trolz spent Thnrsday in Norvell as the gnfsts of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Trola. Born, to Mr. and Mrs. George Srnythe, a son. jMrs. Harriet Bnllard aud grandsrn are visiting at Mrs. Helen (jilbett's. Mr. and Mrs. Strahle and daughter, of CLelsea, and Mr. and Mrs. Strieter and daughter and son. of Freedoni, visited at Charles Buss' on Sunday. Miss Editfj N. Lawrence rides a new vvheel. Mrs. Herbert Dewey has been viisiting her mother in Jacksou. Mrs. Fred Parnieter and danghteri Janet, of Elkhart, Ind., are visiting her pareuts, Mr. and Mrs. K. K. Fellows. Will Frey spent Saturday and Snnday in Norvell. The yonng people enjoyed a social hop at the home of Mr. and Mrs. George Klnmpp on Friday evening. George Feldkamp and family are visiting in Riga this week. Qottlieb Knehnle and wife spent Snnday at Ptrick McBnany's. Edward M. Pieroe was in Sylvan on business on Monday. Wilham Wacker and fatnily, of Manchester, spent Snnday at Chas. Buss'. j The Misses Carrie Buss, Mertie and Oora Kuhl.Berthaand Laura Lanwehr, Louise Buss and Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Pierce and sons spent Friday at Wolf Lake. Snnday school has been organized on Prospect Hill with Wm. F. Hall superintendent. Chas. Bnss and family spent Sonday in Lodi. Antón Uphaus is building an addition on his barn.