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Titus Hutzel was in Detroit yesterday. Mrs. A. Jaycox returned from Kentncky, Tuesday. Adolph Spring has gone to Hubbard, Midland county. F. M. Leighton, of Detroit, visited friends here Monday. Mrs. Flemraing Carrow has been visiting friends in Detroit. Mr. and Mrs. C. VV. Wagner spent ycsterday in Detroit. Henry P. Krell, -of Leadville, Colorado, is visiting M. J. Lehman. Rev. J. T. Sunderland is visiting the midwinter fair in San Francisco. Miss Minnie Simon, of Cleveland, Ohio, is visiting the Misses Drake. Stephen Pratt, of Detroit, visited his brother-in-law, Fred H. Belser, Tuesday. Mrs. W. F. iireakey has been called to New Yoik city by the death of a brother. Mrs. Hattie Mann, nee Ailes, of West Superior, Wisconsin, is visiting at her father's. Rev. H. Palmer, of Adrián, formerly of Dixboro, and F. J. Buck, of the Adrián Times forcé, were in the city this week. Mrs. M. M. Rosenberg, of Reed City, will spend Easter with her mother, Mrs. S. A. Goodale, on North Main street. The annual State Convention of the W. C. i1. U. will be held iivthis city the third week in May, in the Presbyterian church. John G. Wooley will speak one evening. Rev. Henry TatJock was in Detroit Monday in attendance at a meeting of the Detroit Clergy. He read a paper before that body on "The Relation of the Rector to the Parish."