_Mrs. C. S. Filia visited Ypsilanti friends over Sunday. Prol. Thompson went to HoweJl Monday on legal business. .T. A. McDonald, of Detroit, 8undayed with his párente, on Fores-t ave. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur E .Shaw are in Boston, visiting frienda at their old home. Edward V. Seyler, who has been confined to the house by illnees, Í8 about once more. Mrn. Howard, of Lanaing, has bea a guest of Mr. and Mrs. 8. W. Clarkeon, during the week. Paris Banlield has been confined to the house by influenza several days during the past week. Mr. and Mrs. Ja. Bradley, of MitnneapoliH. are guettta of A. A. Meuth and family for a time. Miss Alice Barnheart, of Mason, spent Sunday with her cousin Miss Marie Hoard, of E. Ann Kt. J. D. Pyan has returned home from his eaetern business trip, looking as if they had trcated him well down there. Tfie address of Bev. Frank Russell, at the Congregational church last Friday evonlng was exceedingly interestin, and f uil of good things. John T. McCurdy, son of Hugh MeCurdy the well known Corunna MaBOn, was in town last Friday for the first time in 15 yeara when he wae bere in college.