í Miss Nina Waguer is ssrionsly ill. Postmusfer Lntz, of Byruu, was in the city this week. Dr. Huber haa been called away by tbe death of bis sister. Oscar Burlïbardt is ia Mauchester for a few duys on business. Mrs. Rathboue bas been spending ssveral days in Detroit. Wm. Renle aad Bertba Scbnlte were married Tuesday eveuiug. Mn and Mrs. N. J. Kyer visited frieuds in Lansiug Tuesday. Hou. Jarues S. Gorman was in Aun Arbor Monday calliug on friends. Herman MiJler attended tbe funeral of the late Michael Alber, in Saline, on Tnesday. George Greening, of Monroe, bas beeu visiting Aun Arbor friends for some time. Mrs. Lizzie Williams, of Twelfth st. , has returued borne from a week's visit in Chicago. Ed. Wolfe, lit '94, of Miohigan City, Ind., bas been the guest of Ed. Wells and faraily, Miss Euth Beckwith, of S. Tweltb et, bas returned from au extended visit in Bay City. Peter M. Gearing, of Detroit, visited old friends iu tbe city tbe latter part of last week. Miss Margaret Taylor, of Chucrh st., entertaiued a number of her young frieuds Firday eveuing. ' Mrs. Edna Chaffee Noble, of Detroit, was the guest of Miss Fmley, of S. Ingalls st. , on Saturday. Miss. Sopbia Sohmid retnrned VVedDesday from Columbus, Obio, where 8be has beeu sinue her brother's death. The Misses Bertha Muehlig and Gussie Adamschek atteuded tbe wedding of their frieud Miss Mary Heller, in Jackson, on Tuesday. Mrs. Coraelia Anderson, of Pittsfleld, bas renteJ ber farm looated alongside the motor line, and will take uu bec residenoe in Ann Arbor. Miss Lonise Bacorn has gone to Detroit, where she bas secured an excelleut position witb the Spragne Corres-, poiitlciice School of Jonrnalism. Tea mombers of the Ana Arbor braucb of tbe Daughtets of the Revolution attended the bauquet giveu by tbe Detroit members Friday evening. Rev. L. T. Cole, who with his mother and sister has been spending saveral months in Boston, has gone to New York to pursue his studies in Columbia college.