It was a very pleasant little coinpaDy that gathered at the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Edwards, 9 S. Thayer st., ou Tuesday eveuing at the wedding of their daughter, Miss Grace Edwards to Mr. John H. Loeffler, late of Decatur, 111. The simple ceremony was performed by Rev. J. W. Crippen. The bride was ueatly aud prettily dressed in creain surali silk. The eveniug wa? speut in a delightfnlly informal manuer, with mnsio, Binging aud refreshments. Among the many dainty and useful presents was a beantiful enamel bedroom set and a valuable silver tea set, frorn the bride's pareuts. The bride's brotbers presented her witta a flae parlor lamp. Mr. and Mrs. Loeffler will remain in Anu Arbor during the coming shool year and will jnake their home at 9 S. Thayer st. Mr. Loeftier is a student ac the nniversity.