Salem, Feb. 4.- The Salem Farmers' club met with Mrs. Mary Hamilton last Wednesday. A good crowd and an interestlng program helped everyone to have a good time. Mr. George Munn and wife, a former resident of Salem, are renewing old acquaintances in Salem. He is now a resident of New York. The Gleaners' surprise at N. A. Brokaw's last week was well attended besides beiug a genuine surprise. Miss Dale De Garwo, of Highland, Mlch., is the guest of Miss Eruina I.iine. The people of the Salem Congregational churcli utv( Charles Rider and wife a surprise last Thursday, it being his birthday. They left them a present is a token of their esteem. Mr. and Mi-s. Rider contémplate nioviiiíí to Northville in the ne:ir future. Mr. Burnett, of Illinois, bas returned home af ter attending the funeral of his brother, C. Burnett. Mis. M. A. Brükiiw ivcoívimI the sad news of the death of her father, Mr. David Burd, of' Emery. Mrs. Louise Ramsdale, of Bay City, is called to the bedside of her brother, Mr. Klem, who is very low at this writing.