Prof. B. A. Hinsdale has gone on a tour of school inspection throughout tbe state. Mies Matida Wiesenrueier is spending the Easter holidays with her parents in Monroe. Miss Flora Koch has accepted a position as leading soprano at the Congregational churob. Mrs. W. W. Whedon expects in a few days to accompany her son Will to his home in Boston. Miss Helen E. Boell has returned frorn Detroit and has taken np her residence at No. 13 S. Ingalle st. President aud Mrs. Angell have goue to New Orleans for a two weeks' stay for the benefit of Mrs. Angell's health. Mrs. T. B. Preston has returned to her home iu Ionia, after a week's visit with ber mother Mis. Win. Campbeli. Frank S. Abbott, of this city, has accepted a position as local agent for the Deering binders at Jackson, Mich. R. S. Greenwood, of tbe Wabash railway, is in the city looking after the student trade for the coming Easter vacation. Mrs. G. W. Miley and daughter, Florence, left Wednsday morning for Saginaw to visit Dr. E. T. Loeffler and family. Mis. John V. Sheehan wiïï receive her lady friends at her home on E. Huron st, Tuesday afternoon from 3 to 6 o'clock. Robert Wiedenmann, of New VTork, was the guest of his sister Mrs. R. H. Kempf the early part of tbe week, retnrniug home Tuesday. Chas. H. Allmand, formerly of Jauuüo & Allruand, bas taken the ! ageuoent of tbe shoe department of Mack & Company's store. " Mr. aud Mrs. Philip G. Lohr, of 34 Packard st., celebrated the golden anniversary of their wedding last evening among their imruediate relatives. A. H. Soliel, of tbe Chioago University, spent the past few days at the American house, wbile he visited the University and several faculty friends. Mrs. Mary Scott Carter and family and her brother Ranny C. Scott, have arrived home from Honolulú, and will occupy the old homestead on Washtenaw ave. Luoius Perry Hills, the Georgia poet humorist, was the guesc of Mr. and Mrs. Walter L. Taylor, of 86 Broadway, duriug a stay of several days in the city. Rev. J. M. Gelston was in Lansing, Wednesday evening and delivered tbe address at the installation of Rev. Mr. Caldwell as pastor of the Presbyterian church of tbat oity. Miss Forsyth, of this city, who has been ill in Philadelpbia for some time, is slowly recovering. Mrs. Forsyth, who has been with her daughter, expects to return shortly. Dr. Jesse E. Castle, of the Sauitarium at Battle Creek, arrived here Wednesday morning to attend tbe celebration of the golden wedding of Mr, and Mrs. Philip Lohr held last evening. August Dietele went to Detroit Monday to take a position with Newcomb, Endicott & Co. as salesman and window trimmer. Mr. Dieterle is well qnalified to fill the bill in both reispects. Twenty-eight of the intímate friends of Mr. aud Mrs. Wiliam Goodyear surprised tbem at tbeir home on N. División st. Thursday evening of last week and a most enjoyable time was the result. Dr. Fred Graham has located at Muncie, Ind., his sister Florence is with him and they are keeping house. His mother is still iu Ann Arbor but expects to joiu them soon. He has a good practice in dentistry. - Manchester Enterprise. Dr. Geo. Hathaway, of Saline, has purchased the practice of Dr. W. A. Conlan and has moved to thia place. Dr. Conlan will go to Detroit. - Chelsea Standard. Both th3 young men mentioned are graduates of the dental department aud bave many friends in this city. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Feiner, of 102 E. University ave., celebrated the seveuth anniversary of their wedding among a company of relatives and friends on Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Feiner reoeived several hands ome presonts as remembrauces from their friends. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Binder, of 54 Packard st., Ruteitaiued tne 1 sive Pedro Club at their home on Thnrsday eve:iing of last week. Mrs. Albert Maun ;nd Martin SchaUei won the head prizns and Mrs. Geo Dengler and Will Millrfr enturen the "boobies." It was a very pleasut evening's amusemmt. Mrs. Augusta E. Gregg and her daughter, Miss Jessie Gregg, returned home from their visit in Marquette. Mis. A. B. Lewis and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Robinson, of Poutiac, are saests of Mrs. Hollister, of Washington st. Mrs Catfcerine Ryan and danghters, the Misses Kate A. and Elizabeth, left for Detroit thiR morning where tbey will ruake their future home at No. 9 Chase st. County Clerk J. F. Schuh is able to get about the house on crutches now and will soon be able to be at his office. The captain's many friends will rejoice with him thereat.