On Wednesday, June 24, at 12:30 p. m., Rev. J. W. Bradshaw united in marriage at No. 18 8. University ave., Rev. Ernest R. Latharu, pastor of the Congegational church at Fort Dodge, towa, and Miss Olga F. Obenauer, late principal of the high school at Ithaca. Mrs. Emma Obenauer, mother of the bride, and mernbers and f rienda of the family were witnesses of the simple but impressive cerernony. After partaking of a tastefully arranged luncheon the newly wedded pair took t!je 3 :50 p. in. train for Detroit. They Bxpect to reach their home in Ft. Dodge, July '15. On Thursday morning, June 25, at 9 o'clock, in St. Thomas' ohnrch, Rev. E. D. Kelly united in marriage Mr. C. B. Dawson, of Laporte, Ind., and Miss Belle Bonner, youngest daughter of Patrick Bonner, of this city. The young people left the same day for Laporte, which will be their future home. On Thuvsday afternoon June 25, at the residencie of the bride's parents on Washtonaw ave., Rev. T. W. Young performed the oeremony which united the lives of Miss E. Anna Flynn and Mr. Lyman E. Jones, law '96, of Indianapolis, Ind. The young couple left the same evening for their future home in Indianapolis. Miss Flynn is well and favorably known in this city, having been a clerk in E. F. Mills & Co. 's store for several years. Two popular young people in university circles were married Thursday afternoon, June -35, by Rev. J. W. Bradsaw, at the Congregational church. They were Miss Daisy Helen Truesdell. of ths city, and Mr. Louis A. Pratt, of Traverse City. The church was very appropriately decorated with daisies and palnis and Aun Arbor society was argely represented among the guests. Jrevious to the ceremony Prof. E. N. iilbie rendered a violin solo and Miss Clara Josie Jacobs sang "Ave Maria." 3oth selections were much appreciated. Drof. R. H. Kempf played the wedding march. After the ceremony the bride and groom and several relatives parook of a wedding dinner at the Arington hotel. The oouple left on an vening train and will spend several weeks in traveling. Mr. Elruer J. Neville, law '96, of Omaha, Neb., and Miss Clara Markïam, of this city, were ïnarried on Saturday moming at 9 o'clock by Rev. J. M. Gelston. The young couple started at 0110e for their future home in Omaha. At the home of the bride's parents, kir. aud Mrs. John Sobaeberle, 73 W. jiberty st., on Saturday evening, Miss Vlattie Schaeberle and Mr. Grunwald ierheim, both of Chicago, were married by Rev. John Neurnann. Only the relativos an intímate friends of the family were present at the ceremony. Aftei the knot had been tied a bounteous wedding supper was heartily enjoyed by all. Mr. and Mrs. Nerheim left for their future home in Chicago, where Mr. N. is employed in one of the printing offices, on Monday night. One of the two last weddings iu the mouth of June in this city was that of Mr. Justin B. Bullis to Miss Anna E. Wetmore, which took place at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Wetmore, on W. Huron st. , Tuesday evening. Only relatives and most intímate friends were present. The father of the bride, Rev. W. W. Wetmore, assisted by Rev. J. M. Gelston, performed the uereruony After the ceremony the couple left for a two weeks' trip to Mackinac Island and the Soo. After August 1 they will be at home at 43 S. Fourth ave. The other one of the two last weddiDgs was that of those two popular young people in the Germán society of this city, Mr. Gustave A. Hoffstetter aud Miss Sophia M. Schneider. It was celebrated at the home of Mrs. Jacob Hoffstetter, No. 48 E. Washington st., at 7:30 o'clock on Tuesday evening, by Rev. A. L. Nicklas, the uew pastor of Zion Lutheran chnrch, who thus auspiciously celebrated his advent arnong his people. The wedding march was played on the piano by JÚiss Emily Fischer. Tiie bride was attended by her sister, Miss Bertha Schueider, and tbe groomsmau bis brother, Mr. Reuben Hoffstetter. The bride wore a bandsome dress of cream gloria silk with pearl triruiuiugs and carried a boquet oí bridal roses. Tbe bridesmaid was gowned in cream silk and oatried a boquet of aweet peas. It was quite a large wedding, 125 people being present. A suinptuous wedding supper was served, tbe tables being decorated with nasturtiums and sweet peas. The house was also decorated with flowers and shrubs. The presenta were elegant and numeróos, aruoagthem being au elegant mahcgany chair fiom Mr. Goodspeed, the eruployer of the bridegroom, also one froiu his fellow employees. The employees of Schairer & Milieu, -were the bride clerked for a long time, also gave her a haudsorue ehair. The young people weut at ouce to their owu home (S W. Liberty st.