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Miss Emma Kimes, of Ypsüanti, wa ïiKiriifd 'I'ui'srtay to C. G. Bohne A. .f. Rowe and Miss Mflry Lotliaru wure marreifl ín Ypsllautl, Tuesdaj by Rer. Mr. Woodruff. Dr. A. B. Nellis, assistaut in the hon eopathie hospital, and Miss .Tess: Stuckey, of this city, were married o June 2-1 at the residenee of the bride parents, by Revv. J. W. Bradshaw. Miss Rose R. Rommel, of Ypsilant became Mrs. William W. White, als of Yp-.Uanti, ou Thursday, of last week Howard Stephenson, the Ypsilant insurance agent, was married June 2-. in Kofcoma, Ind.. to Miss Jean Bark alow. They are epending their honeymoon in Ypsilanti. Morris F. Lantz and Miss Julia Kennody were marriod by Re. Fr. Kelly, last Tuesrtny A roception was privón thrm at tho residenco of 1I1 bride 'e p&rente, Mr and Mr. i. Ken nedy, and the.y left on the nlght train for Chicago and a t-.vo weefes' trip Married, at tho CathoHc church Tuesday morning, June 30, William Howard and Eliza Hayden. A very pleasant reception was given to a large number of friends in the evening by the bride's parents, at their residence. Guests were present fronï Detroit and Saginaw. The preeents were the admiration of all. They were numerous, valuable, and above all use ful. L. D. Hubbai-d aod Miss Jennie Mon roe were married last evening at the residence of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Monroe. Their tved:ding trip extends as far as Duluth. Prof. F. G. Novy, assistant professor of hygiene and bacteriology in the university, and a young man of brilliant promise, was married to Miss Grace Garwood, last Tuesday evening at the home of the bride's mother. Mrs. Dr. V. D. Garwood. Dr. and Mrs. Novy left on the evening train for a trip around the lakes. They will reside on Lawrence street. 1 At the residence of J. W. Knight, on William strpet, Tuesday evening, occurred the marriage of his daughter, Miss Adelaide Knight, to Fred C. Clark, instructor in history and political econ omy in the University. Rer. J. W. Bradshaw officiated at the ceremony. Only relatives and a few of the most intímate frienda were present. The wedding was a very pretty one. They left on the night train for the east. Prof. Paul C. Freer and Miss Agnes A. Leas were married Tuesday mornteá', in the Unitarian church, by Rev. J.T.Sunderland. A hundred wedding guests were present, many being froni abroad. Dr. and Mrs. Freer have the best wishes of very many friends.