Lom Center, June 16. Mr. George Johnson entertained a lively little company athispleasant farm house in Lodi on Saturday last. About eleven o'clock in the morning the Toxophilite Archery Club from Ann Arbor composed of about a dozen young ladies aud gentlemen, swarmed down upon Mr. Johnson's house, equipped with bows, arrows, targets and all tho necessary arohery paraphernalia, to indulge in a " shoot." After the party had done full justico to a bountiful dinner spread by their hostess the large lawn became the scène of revelry. All the afternoon the twang of bow-strings, the hum of arrows and the gay laughter of the archers snnnflorl , iu _:,f „,-j t!j„ ..HFca,liluce of the target after they had finished shooting, showed them to be skillful "shots." After teaan impromptu parlor concert was given, the club singing merry songs, such as only those who live in college townscan sing.selectionsfrom Pinafore, etc. And when the party left for home in the evening their jolly spirits were convincing proof of the good time they had enjoyed at the hands of their genial host and hostess.