cnjVUTJlJTJTJXTLrUUTJTXLTinjTrULriJlJXrUTJtl f Fred Steinkobl, of Mauchester, is the guest of W. G. Dieterle. Aid. Arthur Brown was in Flint Monday uigbt on business. George Wabr and Williain Weimer speut Sunday at Base Lake. Miss Ella Publ, of Detroit, is the gnest of Mrs. Diehl, of 309 Paokard st. Dr. W. B. Smitb has gone to Ottumwa, Iowa, to look after bis property interests there. Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Taylor and son have been vieitiug friends in Greogry for a few days. Rev. John Dieturle will pieacb in ïrinity Lntberan ohnrch at the eveuing service next Sanday. Miss Bertha Gibbes, of Detroit, was the gnest of Miss Anna D. Robinson during the May Festival. Mrs. A. F. Freeman, of Manchester, was the guest of Mrs. S. W. Clarkson during the May Festival. Mrs. Gersbora Powers and dangbter Miss Bessie, of Grand Rapids, are the gnests of Mrs. E. F. Benham. Miss Mary H. Storrs, of Cbioago, was the gnest of Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Babcock duriug the May Festival Mrs. Frank B. Tibbals, of Detroit, was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Baboock during the May Festival. Mrs. Charles LeSeur, of Toledo, spent the May Festival season with her sister, Mrs. C. B. Davison, of N. Main st. Harry Nichols, of Chicago, is visiting relatives and friends in the oity. He is in the employ of the Standard Óil Co. Miss Anna Marión Scotten, of Detroit, attended the May Festival and was a gnest of Mrs. Bullis, of W. Hu ron st. Rev. .T. W. Bradshaw occupied the pulpit of the Plymouth Congregational charcb in Lansing Snnday morning and evening. Mrs. Isaac Sheets, of Troy, Ohio, is spending a few days with her parents, Rev. and Mrs. J. G. Schweinfnrth, of ij. State st. Major C. B. Nancrede, surgeon of the Thirty-tbird Regiment, was in Ann Arbor yesterday on a brief leave of absence. Pontiac Post : Mark Ormsby leaves today for a short visit with friends at Ann Arbor,' Cbelsea and in Washtenaw oonnty. Rev. W. L. Tedrow will be in Grand Rapids, Snnday, to assist in the ceremonies of laying the corner stone of Grace (jutberan chnron. Gerote Blum wbo bas been laid up f rom the effects of an operation for about four weeks, is again abïe to attend to bis duties of mail carrier. Judge and Mrs. George Wahty and ex-Senator and Mrs. John Paiton, of Grand Rapids, were the gnests of J. E: Beal and family during the May Festival. Mrs. B. JSÍ. Thompson and danghter Miss Ethel have arrived in New York and after a two weeks' stay in Washington, D. C, will return home to this oity. Miss Elsa Von Grave, of the School of Music, left with the Boston Festival orcbestra last Saturday night for Madison, Wis., and will play a series of eigbt or ten engagements with that organization. Miss Mand Uplegger, of Mt. Clemens, and Miss Dorothea Kranse, of Grand Rapids, who were visiting Miss Flora Kocb, of S. Fourth ave., dnring tbe May Festival, have returned to tbeir homes. Rev. Fr. Andrew R. Dooling, assistant pastor of St. Thomas' chnrob, on Toesday performed the marriage ceremony at Niles which united bis brotber, J. C. Dooling, of St. Jobns, and Mss Anna A. Lormey, of Niles. Miss Sara O'Brien is in St. Louis, Mo. , attending the meeting of the national convention C. K. and L. as a delégate from the local branob. Sbe will also spend a conple of days visiting tbe schools of tbat city. Archie Muir, deut '99, gave a very pleasant dancing party Monday evening at Nickels' hall to about 50 young people in honor of bis sister, Miss Agnes Muir, and Miss Belle Onderdonk, of Bradley. Mrs. T. W. Mingay and Mrs. Z. York chaperoned tbe party. Charles B. Davis gave a house party at bis parents' home 615 S. Ingalls st., Tuesday evening, to a gathering of 30 young people which was greatly enjoyed by all. Dancing formed tho principal part of the evening's amnsement. The party broke up sbortly after 11 o'clock.