Miss Gertrude Smith. of Saline, is the guest of Mrs. deo. Miller. Miss Aggie Finnell spent Sunday at Representative Stumpenhusen's of Ypsilanti town. The pupils of our village school are again wheeling along the road that leads to fame. Miss May Wheeler, j onr new teacher, will lighten their ! roads and make straight their paths. There will be an oyster stopper at j Jas. Rasch's Friday ñight. Aliare! inivted to come and swell the ! ceeds. ; The, L. A . S. meets at Mrs. Edith Townsend's Thnrsday. A pleasant i hostess and a delicious dinuer always : mcaus a good attendance. The foot social at Jay Grcen's Satnrday night was a success, despite the inólémency of the weather. Ordinary feet sold from 25 cents to $1, while one of the largest brought $5.25. Jim i Finiiel was auctioneer. Miss Ryder's socials are always a success. i ( Monday night about midnight the inhabitants of our peaceful burg wcre awakened from their shimbers by . what seemed to be meteoric shoAvers. , A few days later it was learned that the villag& storekeeper had sold skyrockets and Roman oandles without number.