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mjTfinjxriruanjTJuuiJTJiJiJTnjxjxruTJiJirQ Mrs. James Dean, of Owossn, has been visiting Ann Arbor friends. Eugene K. Frneanfif, of W. Harón st., left Wednesday for Kalamazoo. E. Frank Oliuger, of Lansiag, spent Monday in tbe city oalling ou oíd friends. Henry C. Beuham has a posifcion in Frank Showerman's jewelry store io Ypsilanti. Prof. A. A. Stanley left for Enrope on Monday where he will spend the nummer. Dr. Herdrnan retnrned borne witb his sori Elliott from Nashville, Tenn., Friday evening. Dan Zimrnerman left Monday for Berlin,Germany, in company with Prof. A.: A. Stanley. ■Mr. and Mrs. George H. Pond spent a cóuple of days in Mt. Clemens the latte part of last week. S Q. A. Sessions and W. K. Cbilds took part in tbe Deooration Day exeroises'tft Saline on Monday. Miss Edna Converse went to Owosso Saturday evening for a brief visit with her friend Miss Mary Beathie. Mra. Arthur Clark, of Grass Lake, Micb., bas bflen spending the week Witb Mr. aud Mrs. G. E. Dibble. Herbert C. Watts, of Syracuse, N. Y., spent Sunday and Monday with his father J. C. Watts, of E. Liberty st. Mrs. Nellie Gleason, of New York city, is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Cbilds for several weeks. Lonis Mars and Henry Ridley, of Cleveland, O., former residents of Ann Arbor, spent Memorial day in the city. Henry Kyer, nf Seattle, Wash., and bis wife, were visiting his parents Mr. and Mrs. N. J. Kyer the Jatter part of last week. Mrs. Frank Lnomis.of Grand Rapids, wbo has been here attending her mother Mrs. McMahon for the past six weeks, retaras to Grand Rapids tomorrow. Jodge Uewkirk and family Mr. and Mrs. Fred Rentschler Geo. W. and H. T. Pbelps and families, D. F. Schairer, Dr. Baike and W. W. Wadbams were among the Ann Arbor people who spent Memorial day in Dexter. The engagement of Mr. George M. Chandler, of Chiuago, to Miss Faiinie Cooley, of Lansing, is annonnced. Mr. Chandlei is a senior in the engineering department, and l8ft a few weeks ago with the Detroit Naval Reserves and is now aboard the Yosemite. Miss Cooley is tbe granddaughter of Jndge Thomas M. Cooley and is very well known in Ann Arbor sooiety. Rev. J. T. Sunderland ertient last week in Boston attending tbe national anniversaries of the Unitarian denomination. On Tuesday he delivered an address at the annual meetng of the American Unitarian Association in Tremont Temple, and on Wednesday evening anotber at the annual oonvention of the Yonng People's Religieus Union in tbe Second chnrch, Copley Square.