Manchester, Mi-h.. Peb. 26. Granl Burkett, of Boti liag ( [reen, Óh the gue&t ui' Mts. Geo. .v ( T.i W. The hcilth talle glveñ by Miss Crozler at the M. E. rhureh parlora on Moiulny atfternoon was totensely interestlng and well attended. Mr. and Mrs. George Nisle, Jr.. were vi'i-y pleasantly surprised m Saturday evening by a nnmber of ttieir retotlvea and ï'ricnds. The occisión being the loth annlversary ft their marriage. Howard Macom-ber returned t'iom his eastern trip Tuc.iy morning. Hugo Kirehliafer, who is worklng at Toledo in au automobile taetory. is spending tlic week In Detroit and atteuding the automobile show toeld in tlial city. Bills are out annouucing the eitizons' and yoimu men's eaucauses, botli to be held on Saturday eveaing, Mmvli 1. The high school reoeived au invita tion from the Ohelsea high school to atend au efttertainment givea fey local talent and tor the benefit of thi 'U-isr 'ba 11 team, on Friday evenin?. the special feature of whtch is a íarce entitleil "Oaptalu Swell." Some of the young people avüI attend. M. I!. Kieeler, of Sharon, lias drawn 1,000 bushels of wheat to Iionier & ■Hoffer this week. Mrs. tieo. J. Haeussler entertalned a of tedies at eerde on Tuesday evening. Mrs. c. i. ValeBtlne is failing very rapldly. Her sister. Mrs. Royal. of ■'.una. Fla.. arrived here the flrst Of bhe week. Mrs. iicnry l'iiilK.-im]. of Freedom, whi has been ailing for a lpng time, died Snmday. The burial was Wednesday al BetheVs cliurch. Mis. Huiick. of Jaekson, has ben in town on bua past few days. Mr. and Mrs. i.'Mrs Kirln. of Chelsea, are visi-tlng relatives In town.