O. M. Martin attended a convention of undertakers in Detroit on Friday. N. J. Kyer is away on his annual business trip through the east and south. . B. F. Watts attended the Mystic Shiine meeting at Detroit on Friday night. Mis. B. St. James was called to Detroit Tuesday, by the illness of her lathor. Mrs. Alice Eckliff, of Detroit, is the guest of Airs. Emily Boutwell, of E. Huron st. Mrs. Fred Showerman left Sunday evening for Buffalo, N. Y., to meet her husband. Mrs. Wentworth and Mrs. Doak, of Eaton Rápida, are visiting their cousin, Mrs: P. W. Moore. Mrs. James Lamb, of Manchester, has been the guest of F. S. Gaige and family for a few days. Prof. Ralph Garwood, of Marshall, Mich., with his wife, are guests of his sister, Mrs. F. G. Novy. Miss Lizzie Shadford has returned to Pontiac to resume her position as trimmer in a large millinery store. Mrs. Martha Staebler of Dixboro, has been visiting Miss Clara Allmendinger, of N. Fourth ave., during the week. Prof. M. E. Cooley attended a banquest of an engineering club which bears his name, at Detroit on Friday evening. Dr. Will Loomis, who has been practicing medicine near Cleveland, Ohio, has returned to Ann Arbor with his mother. James H. Prentiss, general secretary of the U. of M. alumni association, attend an alumni banquet at Saginaw Friday night. Miss .Lillian Field, who has been at Calumet for the past year, has accepted a position in Mrs. J. M. Mortorr's millinery store. Mrs. Minnie Vanderwerker and son Ernest, have gone to Detroit to live, where Ernest is in the employ of W. W. Hannan in the real estate business. Prof. E. F. Lohr and wife, of Marshall, and Prof. Charles Spain, of Grand Rapids, have been spending the week with Mr. Lohr's family on Packard st. Cards are out announcing the marriage of Miss Emma M. Noll, to Mr. Edward J. Parker, of Lima. The wedding will take place Thursday, April 14, at the home of the bride's mother, Mrs. Helena Noll, 921 W. Huron st. Mrs. Elizabeth Cole, daughter of the late ex-Governor Alpheus Felch, and Miss, are in the city and will remain until after commencement. About July l they will go to Grawfordsville, Indiana, to live with Mrs. Cole's son, the Rev. Lawrence T. Cole, who has a pítrish there.