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Mrs. A. J. Leeth has returned f rom Georgia. Mrs.Jennie 15. Kinne is spending the week in Mason. Mrs. .1. F. Webb is a victim of the measles this week. Bom, to Mr. and Mrs. Lee X. Brown, last Monday, a girl. Miss Adah Sanders of Detroit spent Sunday in this city. Miss Loa Miller spent Friday and Saturday in Detroit. D. C. Griffin was a Chicago visitor the first of the week. Miss Plunkett entertained her mother from Ovid last Sunday. Miss Ackerman received a visit from her mother from Bay City. E. E. Trim attended the K. P. convention in Detroit this week, P. Kay Croeker of the Commercial is spending the week in Chicago. il on. E. P. Allen will deliver the Memorial Day address at Ionia. Mr. Charles Lee of Chicago, is visiting at the home of Capt Korison. Rev. E. W. Ryan will deliver the Memorial Day address in this city. Miss GraceLoomis has returned from an extended visit in Grand Ra Mrs. Wilkinson, of Marquette, spent part of the week with Ypsilanti friends Dr. Boone attended the State Superintendents' meeting at Lansing last Friday. Leaii, the little daughter of Rev. E. W. Ryan, who has been very ill, is recovering. Miss Ada Van Stone Ilarris will do institute work at Ilillsdale today and tomorrow. S. D. Wyman, of New Whatcom, Washington, spent part of the week with H. P. Glover. Miss Stratford has resumed her work in the Normal after a ten days' absence on account of illness. Mrs. C. B. Sewell has returned to Chicago, after spending several days with Mrs. Ilenry Platt. Prof. Austin George went to Lansing last Friday to attend the State Superintendents' Association. Wm. Dusbiber will represent the Arbeiter Yerein at the Convention to be held at Owosso, June 8. 9 and 10. Mr. and Mrs. Ira Younglove and Miss Bes-sie Younglove of Chicago are visiting at the home of D. L. Quirk. Prof. W. P. Bowen returned Monday I from St. Louis, Mo., wliere he attended the (ierman National Turners' Association. Miss Edith Xewcomer entertained her father, brother and sister and Miss Mary Aten, of Memphis, last Monday and Tuisday. Prof. D'Ooge spent last Friday inspecting the Sand Bèach school, which he reports to be in fina condition and doing excellent work. Mrs. Frank Simons, of Detroit, arrived in the city Monday, and will assist in W. II.. Sweet & Son's millinery 'department for a few weeks. Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Yost entertained about 50 guests very handsomely Tuesday eveningf, the occasion being their thirty-fifth wedding anniversary. Will Murdock, of Xorthville, has secured a position in the Michigan Central freight office in this city, and will enter upon his duties in a short time. Rev. Wm. Gardam exchangedfpulpits with Rev. Mr. Tatlock of Ann Arbor last Sunday. In the afternoon Dean Gardam conducted services at Grace Chapel, Belleville. Rev. Fr. Kelly of Lapeer has been spending a few days with Rev. Fr. Kennedy, and conducting a three days' retreat for the Young Ladies' Society of St. John's church. Don C. Phillips will leave soon for the Sandwich Islands, where he and a partner will charter a schooner and take a party of geologists on an exploration trip to Ilawaii. Dr. and Mrs. David Eugene jFSmith returned Tuesday morning from Cortland. NT. Y., where they were called by the dangerous illness of Dr. Smith's father, Judge Smith. Missea Warna Osband, Hattie Culver and Jessie Crosby were the guests of Mrs. Elmer Cushman, Ann Arbor, last Saturday, and attended the Women's League Social in the evening. Kev. B. F. Aldrich and family have moved to this city, and Mr. Aldrich will ! begin his duties as pastor of the Congregational church next Sunday. Great satisfaction is expressed over Mr. Aldrich's acceptance of the cali from the Ypsilanti church, and his prompt arrival on his new field of labor. Editor and Mrs. A. J3. Smith of Milán were Ypsilanti visitors Monday, j attending the Conservatory recital in the evening. Mrs. Smith remained l'or a few days' visit with Mrs. J. E. Pomerov.


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