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Aid. Prettyman is at Island lake. Prof. Ross Cole is at the World's Fair. Mrs. C. A. Muma is visiting in Flint. E. E. Beal returned from Chicago Monday. Miss Malvina Koch is visiting in Lansing. Major Soule left for Topinabee, Tuesday. G. H. AVild has returned from Chicago. Miss Franc├ęs Seabolt is visiting in Milan. Dr. J. A. Dell went to Chicago last Friday. Charles Sedgwick has returned from Chicago. Miss Bertha Hill has returned from Chicago. Miss Allie Howard is home from Elgin, Illinois. F. G. Graupner spent Sunday at St. Clair Flats. Dr. J. C. Wood went to Cleveland last Friday. Miss Mary Sessions returned from Chicago, Friday. John R. Miner returned from Chicago, Friday. Clinton Hardy Woodruff is doing the World's Fair. Dr. A. C. Nichols went to Alpena, Monday evening. Prof. W. H. Pettee returned from Chicago, Saturday. Miss B. Wells, of Ashley street, is visiting in Alma. Mrs. A. Gwinner and Miss Louisa Kupff are in Chicago. Prof. Albert H. Pattengill was at Charlevoix this week. Miss Zada Rhodes is spending two weeks in Chicago. E. T. McClure, of the Cook House, is in Chicago. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Gruner are in Chicago this week. Miss Maggie Reyburn, of Alpena, is visiting Mrs. J. E. Beal. Mrs. E. E. Calkins and Mrs. Paine are at Lake Side, Ohio. , Mrs. W. W. Beman and children went to Bay View last Friday. Dr. and Mrs. Louis P. Hall returned from Chicago last week. Prof. Charles E. Greene and family left for Boston, Monday. Mrs. Wilder, of Chicago, is visit ing her father Daniel B. Brown. Chas. R. Whitman argued a law case in Grand Rapids this week. Charles F. Dietas and Henry Ridley left Tuesday for Chicago. Mr. Gilbert Pitkin, of Petrolia, Canada, arrived here Wednesday. Mrs. John Guise, of Bay City, is visiting Mrs. Jacob Laubengayer. Mrs. J. Martin, of Portland, Oregon, is visiting Mrs. AbramTice. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Mutschell, left Tuesday to visit the World's Fair. Mrs. Smith Motley left Saturday to visit friends in Ohio for two weeks. Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Whitlark, of Montreal, Canada, are visiting in the city. Rev. J. A. Morrison, of Montreal, Canada, is spending the month in the city. Mr. and Mrs. John Schmid and daughter returned from Chicago, Tuesday. t Mr. and Mrs. Michael Brenner, of Devil's Lake, N. D., were in the city this week. Prof. J . M. B. Sill and family, of Ypsilanti, have moved into a house on Wiliiam street. Mr. and Mrs. John Kenealy, of Detroit, were guests of ex-sheriff Dwyer over Sunday. Hon. and Mrs. Wiliiam G. Doty returned from the World's Fair, Wednesday evening. Thomas McGrayl, of Salt Lake City, has been visiting his sister, Miss Kittie McGrayl. Thomas J. Cavanaugh Esq., of Paw Paw, visited his brother, M. J. Cavanaugh over Sunday. Mrs. James N. Martin and sisters, the Misses Garside, of Lancaster, Ohio, have gone to the World's Fair. Rev. Mr. Bradshaw and family, with Judge Cheever's, had a delightful picnic at Whitmore Lake on Saturday last. Mrs9. Essig, of Owosso, who resided in this city while her sons went through college, was in town last Saturday. .Mr. and Mrs. John Lewis and child, of Tecumseh, are visiting Mrs. Lewis' sister, MissHattie Luce, of Geddes avenue. Major Thomas E. Morris, of Newport News, Virginia, has been the guest of Mrs. Loomis on Ann street, the past week. Mrs. S. V. Clarkson has been in Lansing this week to attend the graduation of her brother at the Agricultural College. Louis Weinmann is in Chicago. Miss Christine Lilly has returned from Old Mission. H. J. Brown returned from Old Mission, Wednesday. Prof. H. N. Chute and family leave today for Gravesend, Ont. I. K. Pond, of Chicago, has been visiting his father, Justice Pond. Jacob Wiel and daughter, of New York, have been visiting friends here. B. Sloan, of Detroit, who is spending the summer here, is in Detroit this week. Eugene Oesterlin, grand treasurer of the grand lodge, D. O. H. left for Manistee, Saturday, to attend a meeting of the grand lodge. Prof. H. Engels, of Dresden, Germany, is stopping at the Germania. He is professor of hydraulics in the Royal Saxon School of Technology. Rev. J, M. Gelston, Philip Bach, S. W. Clarkson and A. W. Hamilton and families formed a picnic part at Widenmann's grove, Whitmore Lake, last Friday. Prof. Adam K. Spence, of Nashville University, formerly of Salem and later of the University here, has been in the city this week visiting his brother, after an absence of twentyyears. Mrs. Woolsey, and daughter, of Detroit, have taken Mrs. Olivia Hall's house, on the corner of Washtenaw and Geddes avenues, lately occupied by Mrs. Babcock, for the summer. President and Mrs. James B. Angell left yesterday for New York City, where their son is expected to arrive from Germany today or tomorrow. From New York City they go to Narragansett Bay, Rhode Island.


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