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Miss Maude Keyes is in Kalamazoo for a mouth's visit with friends. Mrs. E. A. Cordley is visiting at her old home in Pinckney until Sept 1. Rev. T. W. Young and family spent last week camping at Portage Lake. Dr. and Mrs. W. S. Moore are spending a two weeks' vacation in Bay City. Mrs. S. D. Allen and daughter Nellie are visiting Dr. V. L. Allen, in Grand Rapids. M. H. Hoey, of Chicago, formerly of Dester, was a caller at the Argus office Tuesday. Adolph Kemper, of Chicago, is in the city visiting relatives and friends for a short time. Dr and Mrs. Guy Laraway returned Saturday from their wedding trip in northern Michigan. W. G. Doty attended the funeral services of the late Alexander McGregor in Detroit on Tuesday. J. E. Travis and family have gone to Kalfnazoo, Cooper and Gun Lake to be absent two weeks. Mrss. J. H. Wade is so seriously ill at the family home on S. State st., that her life is despaired of. The bachelors of the Keystone Club are having a two weeks' outing at the Zukey Lake clubhouse. The Misses Belle and Gretta Mullison are spending their vacation at Clars Lake, Eagle Point. Luther G. Beokwith left for Helena, Mon., Saturday evening, where he will engage in the practice o" law. The Misses Rosa and Shella Laffery and Mrs. Kent, of Detroit, are guests of Mrs. E. Andrés, 46 S. Ashly st. Frank Pack, savings teller of the Farmers and Mechamos Bank, is spending a two weeks' vacation at Base lake. Mr. and Mrs. John C. Fischer and Miss Bertha Schneider are spending the week at the Juniper clubhouse, Island Lake. Eugene Mutschel is away on his vacation which he will spend in Grand Ledge, the St. Clair Flats, and other places. George B. Learnard arrived home from Mt. Pleasant, Monday, where he had been in the imeiest of the Ann Arbor Organ Co. Charles O'Cormor has resigned his position as manager of the Chicago shoe store and will lfiave the city to go into business for himself. Sheriff Judson, W. W. Wedemeyer, S. C. Randall, L. J. Liseraer and others atteoded the Republican state convention at Grand Rapids Misa una Abell, the young actress, who has been visiting her mother a1; the S. A. E. house, will travel with the Frohmans next season. Mayor W. E. Walker and family returned Saturdáy night from their outing at Zukey Lake. They expect to go back to the lake next week. Mrs. T. W. Mangay, accompanied by Mrs. E. A. and Miss Blanche G. McEwen, is spending a few days at the Cornelian cottage, Island Lake. Miss Margaret V. Bower, who has been reappointed state organizer fld instructor of the L. O. T. M., Jert Monday to begin her season 's vork. George R. Cooper. foreman of the Inland Press offlc, aas been spending the past week with his mother and other Tplatives and friends in Howell. B. F. Watts was in Detroit Tuesday atttending the funeral of the late Alexander McGregor, grand tyler of the Masonic grand bodies of Michigan. Miss Mary Sullivan, of the post offlce forcé, has returned from her visit to Chicago and again taken up her work much to the joy of the mail carriers. D. J. Ross and family, J. M. Feiner and family and Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Pollard, of Chicago, are enjoying a few days at the Oak Grove clubhouse, Zukey Lake. Rev. J. Dieterle, two sons, and his sister-in-law, Miss Lucy Dohler, of Troy, O., are here to spend a mouth with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. Adam Dieterle. The Misses Johannah Neumann, Johannah Stranger and Flora Krause left Tuesday for Buffalo as delegates from the Bethlehem church to the grcat Y. P. S. C. E. convention. Miss Lillian I. Mills and Mr. John Cory were united in marriage at Boyne City, Mich., July 8. Miss Mills is a sister of Glen V. Mills and attended school here a few years ago. Mrs. Mary E. Sshroeder, of N. Ashley st. , was 74 years old Thursday of last week and as a remembrance of the occasion a number of her friends called upon her and gave her a pleasant surprise party. Miss Elizabeth Irland, daughter of Mrs. Amelia G. Irland, of 65 Washtenaw ave., is to be married at the First Presbyterian church next Wednesday to Prof. Ira A. Baddow, principal of the Plymouth high sshool. Mrs. H. B. Dodsley went to Lyons, O., Tuesday, to attend the funeral of Mrs. Thomas Blair, of that city, who died on Sunday. The deceased lady was the wife of Dr. Thomas Blair, who graduated from the medical pepartment in 1892, and who lived in Mr. Dodsley's house on Detroit st., for several years. Postmaster Beakes has returned from his vacation. Miss Anna Zeeb, of Chicago, is visiting Miss Emma Wesch. Mrs. Frank Feiner and children are visiting her brother in Detroit. Stafford Nickels, Frank Tice and Al. Donahue are oamping at Base Lake. Miss Minnie Drake leaves for a visit with friends at Chesaning tomorrow. Mr. and and Mrs. J. W. Robison are spending a few days at Whitmore Lake. Mrs. Lawrence Curtis is entertaining her sister Mrs. Sanford, of Rochester, N. Y. Mrs. H. I. Shearer and daughters, of Lansing, are visiting friends in Ann Arbor. Miss Amanda Henning returned Saturday from a trip among the northern resorts. Prof. A. C. McLaughlin and family have moved into their new home on Tappan st. Mrs. Martin Keck and son Clarence, of Fon du Lac, Wis., are visiting relatives in the city. Miss Sophia K. Allmendinger and Miss Ruth Baur are at Whitmore Lake enjoying an outing. Mrs. N. H. Drake, of E. 'Hurón st. , has been entertaining Mrs. H. M. Wheeler, of Saline, during the week. A. A. Terry returned home from a three months' visit with relatives and friends in Illinois and Iowa yesterday. Mrs. J. L. Babcock, who is spending the summer at Waukesha, sang Sunday evening in the Presbyterian church ol that .city. Mrs. John Howard and son Vincent of Ypsilanti, are the guests of her parents Mr. and Mrs. P. W. O'Brien of E. Liberty st. Miss Susie Smith, of Jackson, who is spending the summer at Whitmore Lake, has been the guest of Miss Minnie Drake this week. Mrs. M. E. Briuknell, of Logansport Ind., who has been visiting her brother W. E. Walker and other friends or the past three weeks, returned home this morning. Prof. Calvin Thomas and family have returned from their year of study and recreation in Europe and will ai once commence preparations for their removal to New York. They expect to be in the city about two weeks, anc then to visit several more weeks about the state.