Miss Belle Sperry has returned from Lansing. Frederic Dansingburg is in New York city. Ralph Mason has returned from Bear Lake. C E Pray has returned from Providence, R I. Fred M Tinker returned from Chicago Taesday evening. John MoKinnon and family have moved baok to Saline. J E Travis and family have returned from Maoatawa Park. Rev and Mrs J T Sunderland have airived at Oakland, Cal. Aid George Spathelf is spending a vacation at Temple, Mich. Miss Winifred Gannell, of Lansing, has been visiting in the city. Mr and Mrs Charles Dietas, of Chioago, are visiting in the city. Charles Walz, of Manchester, visited relatives in the city Thursday. Miss Josephine Rathbone returned to Brooklyn, New York, Saturday. John Slater was the guest of Miss Bessie Miller at Toledo Sunday. Roland Jenny and children, of Nevrberry, are visiting Royal A Jenny. Miss Bessie Pond returned Saturday from a two weeks' visit in Detroit. Misse? Einma and Lena Haupt, of Toledo, are visiting relatives here. Mr and Mrs Harry Randall, of Saginaw, are visiting at S C Kandaü's. ftobert S Dan-forth, of Oakland ave, left Wednesday to teach in Palmer. Coioner Bal! and family have moved into their new house on Washtenaw ave. Hardy Woodruff is spending a ten days' vacation at Buffalo and Niagara Falls. Miss Garrie Gregg, of Wellington, Ohio, is visiting her father H P Danforth. Miss Carrie Sohatïer has returned from a visit in Champaign and Urbanna, 111. Mr and Mrs Harry C Benham attended the funeral of a cousin in Chelsea Tuesday. Col B M Thompson returned from the northern part of the state Tuesday evening. Miss Harriet Cornwell has gone to Point Pleasant, N J,for the rest of the summer. J E Sage attended the funeral of his sister, Mrs Hannah Walker in Alma, Wednesday. Dr McMurrioh and family left for Buffalo Monday to be absent until colIese ocens. Dr and Mrs J N Martin have returned from their trip to the Hawaiian Islands. Mrs Dunster and daughters, Misses Elizabeth and Annie, have returned from Toledo. Miss Marnie Kinne has returned from Europe and is visiting her father, Judge Kinne. Mrs William H Pettee and daughter Miss Sybil, returned from Chicago Tuesday evening. Miss L M Volland has returned from a several weeks' visit with her brother in Grand Rapids. Calvin Boylan left Tuesday evening with bis family for Richmond, Iowa where he will teach. Misses Mary Bell and Anna Wesch leave tomoriow for a week's etay in Cleveland on bnsiness. L L Renwick, who has been studying in Paris dnring the summer, sailec for home last Saturday. Mrs E D Einne returned Tnesday from an extended visit with her daughter near Baltimore, Md. Edwin W Groves bas returned frcm New York, wbere he has been at work on the deep water survey. Mr and Mrs Herman Zeitz retnmed home from their visit to the Adiron dacks yesterday morning. Mies Minnie Davis, the pianist, as3isted the Haydn Trio in a ooncert at ïpsilanti Monday evening. Miss Lois LeBaron Avery has gone to Sault Ste Marie, where she will fceach during the coming year. Mrs Fannie Holmes Jack, of Memphis, Tenn, bas been visiting her nieoe, Mrs Kittredge, of S División st. Miss Adille Ferdon, wbo has beon viaiting her grandfatber, John Ferdon, returned to Bnffalo Wednesday. Rev Henry Tatlock and family returned yesterday fium their vacation spent in the MusKoka district, Ontario. Hon Joseph T Jacobs and family removed to Detroit Wednesday. Ann Arbor is sorry to lose one of its public spirited citizens. Mrs George W Hartley, of Toledo, who had been visiting friends in Ann Arbor for a couple of weeks, returned home Wednesday evening. Misses Mattie Bowdish, Lillian Fields, Minnie, Emma and Lizzi Kemper and Ella Siommons, of Kala mazno, leave tomorrow for a week' outing at Zukey Lake. Mr and Mrs C M Stark, of Webster returned Tuesday from an enjoy able trip to Cbarlevoix, Petoskey, Bay View and other northern points. H be says wouldn't trade his little farm in Webster for all thü land be saw u there. Chelsea Standard: Misa Jeannette Storms will take up work in the University of Wisconsin, Madison, inetead of resnming her course in the U of M Her brother, Rev A B Storms, of Detroit, beoomes the pastor of the first M E chnrch of that city. Mis Challes Binder, of W Jefferscn t, ís visitiug in Coluinbia City, Ind. Mrs J M Morton leavas Monday for week's stay iu Cleveland, ou busiess. John F. Aleyer, of Dundee, was tbe nest of bis sou Henry Meyer aud wife n Sunday. Einaunel Spring and wife left Tuesday for Omaha, Neb, to attend the exposition and visit relativas. Miss Amalie Huss, of Saginaw e. a., who has been making an extended visit witb relatives in Washtenaw county, eft on Wednesday for home. Miss Wanda Heim, of Saginaw e s who has been visiting her grandrnother Mrs Sophie Hutzel, of W Washington t, returned home Wednesday. Rev. Frederich Volz, of Saginaw, E. S., spent Sunday with his brothei-inaw Emanuel Spring, of S Fifth ave. He left on Monday evening for Woodawn, Ohio, to attend a Mission festival. YPSILAKTI FERSONALS. Mrs R Robbins is visiting in Lansng. Miss A M Cutoheon is visitiug in Detroit. Miss Kate Denbell has been visiting n Owosso. Rev William Gardam has returnfid from Boston. Mrs M E Straight is visiting in Grand Rapids. Mrs Samuel Post haa retnrned from St Clair Flats. Miss Grace Wiard is teaching at Sault Ste Marie. Miss Alioe Bogaidus has retnrned from Sugar Island. Miss Bessie Neat has retnrned from Martba's Vineyard. C. Soper, of Chioago, is visiting his father, Joseph Soper. Hou Edwin F Uhl, of Grand Rapids, was in the city Sunday. Mrs A H Burke, of Chicago, is visitmg her sister, Mrs Carlos Childs. Miss Helen McNichcl is spending two weeks with her brother in Durand. Miss Mamie Wood has gone to Cleveland to stndy mnsio. Major John P Kirk returned to the 31st Michigan last Friday. Miss Mattie Rappleye has returned to her sohool in Everett. James Deubel and family are spending a month in Jersey City. Miss Addie Parker has returned to her school duties in Esuanaba. Mrs Ponaeroy and family left yesterday for the Hawaiian Islands. Mrs A Fraser is spending two weeks in Toronto and Niágara Falls. Miss Hattie Colwell bas returned from a month's visit in Toledo. Misb Marie liarreissen has retornea to her school in Millersville, Pa. Alben Foerster of Co F, 32d Michigan is home on a ten days' furlough. Miss Katherine Campbell has returued to her school in South Rend, Ind. Rev Henry M Morey, of Sontb Bend. Ind, visited old friends here Saturday. Miss Ida Covert has gone to Traverse City, where she will teaoh this winter. Gladys Tyler, of Dulnth, will spend the winter with her grandmother, Mrs Edmund Hewett. Mrs Frank MoKeand and Mrs E M Spencer leave for Knoxville tomorrow to visit the soldiers.