Dr. W. N. Fowler was in Tetroit Wednesday. Marshal Peterson was in Muskegon over Sunday. James II. Prentiss was in Chicago on business last week. G. W. Turnbull of Chelsea, was in the city Wednesdy. A. C. Schumacher is in Detroit purchasing holiday goods. Dr. John Petty visited his parents at Tyrone, Mich.. last week. Miss Ella Meuth is home, after an extended visit in (. hicago. Henry Laskey of Detr. it, was an Ann Arbor visitor over Sunday. Mis. Alice W. Taft will spend the winter in southern California. Miss T.izzie Thorpe of Pontiac, is visiting Christian üauss and family. W. L. Clements of Battle Creek, was in the city last week on business. Miss Gillis, late of alyer's grocery, has gone to Illinois to teach school. Miss Nellie O'Keefe of Monroe, visited friends in the city last week. Prof. Knowlton is disconsolate over the loss of his fine Scotch Collie dog. Miss Hattie Burnett of Jacksoni visited friends in the city over Sunday. Miss Amanda Reyer returned last week from an extended visit in Detroit. Mrs. Bunker of Muskegon, was a guest of the Alpha Phi ladies over Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Staebler entertained O. S. Schairer of Saline, over Sunday. Mrs. Dr. Ilartley is visiting her daughter, Mrs. II. J. Kililea, in Milwaukee. Mrs. X. D. Seelye and daughter of East Washington street, are visiting in Indiana. Pres. Winter of the sfreet railway, was in town this week several days on business. Ilon. Jas. L. High of Chicago, is in the city for a week's lectures before the law class. Dr. Herdman entertained Eev. J. M. Fulton of Grand Hapids, during his stay in the city. Mrs. E. ï. Hollister of E. Washington st, has returned from a two months' visit to California. D. F. McNiel of Church street, left Monday on a business trip to Cincinnati and the South. Mr. and Mrs. A. Hoagland of Napoleon, Mich., were the guests of Ann Arbor friends last week. Geo. P. McCallum returned to college this week. Mr. McCallum is president of the U. of M. Masonic club. Rev. J. II. Mclntosh of Chelsea, was in the city Tuesday placing his daughter in the school of short hand. Mr. and Mrs. Ilarty Close of Toledo, spent Sunday with Mrs. Close's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Reuben Kempf. Mrs. J. II. Lockwood of Jackson,who has been visiting her daughter, Mrs. F. A. Tinker, returned home Monday. A. R. Peterson was in Detroit Monday. Mrs. James Morton of New Vork City, is visiting her aunt, Mrs. Arm Xorth. .Allen Alderman of Milan, was in the city on Saturday last, visiting his sister who is attending the High school. Mrs. A. W. Dunn and Mrs. Lovelace of Brooklyn, Mich.. were in the city list week for eye treatment with Dr. Carrow. Mrs. Francés E. Burns of St. Louis, Mich., was the guest of Miss Emma E. Bower, We}nesday and Thursday of this week. Miss Marie Gareissen of Ypsilanti, who sang at the Congregational church last Sunday evening, is one of the leading vocalists of our twin city. E. J. Ottaway, of the Detroit Free Press called on friends in the city last week. No newspaper man is more welcome in Ann Arbor than "ütt." The engagement is announced of Miss Emelie Meddaugh and Mr. Duane Stuart, both of Detroit. Mr. Stuart graduated from the University last year, was prominent in athletic circles, and has recently been appointed instructor in Latin. . Dr. John Randolph Rogers, M. '92, of Grand Iiapids. and Miss Grace Heyser of Jackson, will be married at the latter city. Wednesday of next week. They will make their home in Grand Rapids. Dr. Rogers is a son of Randolph Rogers. the sculptor who made Ann Arbor and U. of M. so famous.