Thirty-five have joined the singing class. A little rain and mud for a change. Miss May Hale was home from Ypsilanti last Saturday. Mrs. John Day, of Detroit, is here visiting her father, O. E. Parker and other relatives. Several sick children in this vicinity. A little child of Charles Kanouse is very sick. There will be an entertainment at the Baptist church next Friday evening. The life of Christ illustrated. Last week was a very exciting week for Mooreville. A lawsuit between the principal of our school and one of his pupils; parties out hunting turkey thieves; a few cases of imbibing to much ginger ale, besides a few skirmishing all along the line kept it pretty lively. A good many turkeys have been stolen in this vicinity this winter. There seems to be a regular organized gang in the business. Last Friday night Andy McKinney had eight stolen and the week before Jesse Warner had five taken. Nearly every one who keeps turkeys has lost from two to eight. But the chaps who are in the business want to look a little out.