Mrs. Helen M. Rasch, wife of James G. Rasch, of Ann Arbor town, died at the family home near Geddes, on Sunday, aged 59 years. The funeral servicesjwere held at the house Tnesday afternoon and tbe remains were interred in the Geddes cemetery. Mrs. Statira D. Hawkins, widow of the late Walter H. Hawkins, died at her home in Ypsilanti, Tuesday evening, of cáncer trouble, aged 58 years. She leaves two children, Norval Hawkins, of Detroit, and Clara, of Ypsilanti. The funeral services were held yeserday afternoon. With the exception of a short residence in Detroit, Mrs. Hawkins had lived all her life in Y ilanti. The Times' Ypsiianti correspondent is authority for tbe statement that two Ann Arbor Romeos paid a snrreptitious visit to two Normal sohool girl students in their rooms at betweeu 1 and 2 o'olock Snnday morning. The means they took io effeot an entrance was not by a rope ladder, however, but by the porch of the house. The noise they made awakened the owner of the honse who turned out en deshabille with bis revolver in hand and held the young man in that position until an officer who happened along very opportnnely took oharge of the Romeo and locked him up for a couple of hours, probably to cool off his ardor.