Mis. Alice Taft, of l.ouisville, Ky., ís visiting ber daughter, Mrs. . V. Sheeban. Fred Clement lias resigned his ! position in the Ann Arbor Organ Works, and takes a position in a Cheboygan shoe store. Miss Mary E. Diekey went to j Marshall yesterday, to spend a few i days with her mother. F. H. Zoellner is visiting relatives in Ontario. Merman Roys, of Farwell, has been visiting his father, A. H. Roys. Sedgwick Dean attended the annual meeting of the Michigan Gas ássociation, of which he is president, in Saginaw, this week. Dr. and Mrs. W. J. Mummery, of Wilford, visited A. J. Mummery the first of the week. George E. Bliss was in Chicago this week. Mrs. John George Koch celebrates her seventy ninth birthday tntiav. Iler husband is eiehty years of age and they are both pioneers of the city. George and Michael Reichert have returned from a trip to Bay City made in a cutter. Thomas j. Keech was in Saginaw Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Coleman, of Buffalo, have been visiting Mr. and Mrs. Chris. T. Donnelly. Mrs. E. B. Wood, of Tecumseh, is visiting her sister, Mrs. H. S. Cheever. Mrs. Gersham Powers, of Grand Rapids, is visiting her mother, Mrs. S. G. Benhani, on Liberty street Éd. Henion, of Kalamazoo, is visiting relatives here for a few days. A number of Ann Arborites go to Dexter tonight to attend the masonic nartv. par ty . Samuel Sloraan, of Detroit, was in the city yesterday. Miss Emma Schmid is visiting in in Detroit. Mrs. Andrew Muehlig gave a pleasant tea party, Thursday, at her home on North Fifth avenue, to about thirty of her lady friends. Mr. and Mrs. Ross Granger will give their VVashington's birthday party next Tuesday.