A Lawrence Smith is in Lansing this week. Mrs. Chas. Becker visited relatives in Clinton last week. C. A. Jiims left last Friday for a visit in Xew York state. Miss Mabel Whipple spent Saturday and Sunday in Xovi. Mrs. Fred Fisher, of Detroit, is visiting Mrs. Wm. Evans. Miss Lilly Strong spent Wednesday and ïhursday in Detroit. Mrs. Mack, of Prospect street, was a Detroit visitor this week. Mrs. Franklin Hinckley, of Detroit, is visiting Ypsilanti f riends. Nat Van Cleve of Detroit spent Friday and Sáturday in this city. Wm. B. Jansen, of Chicago, spent Sunday with Ypsilanti relatives. Dr. A. B. Prescott of the U. of M. was an Ypsilanti visitor Saturday. C. J. Hupp, of Detroit, was an Ypsilanti visitor ïuesday and Wednesday. Miss Jennie Barley, of Northville, is visiting her sister, Mrs. Will Murc'-"'Captain Keese, of the Salv Army, has been transferred to Howei Mrs. Will Kishlar and son Lámar left Wednesday for a week's visit in Marshall. Mrs. Maggie Wentwoith, of Marquette, is the guest of Miss Kate Joslyn. Prof. D'Ooge will deliver commencement addresses at Grass Lake and Hadley. Mrs. D. C. Batchelder and Dr. Christine Anderson spent Wednesday in Detroit. Henry Reynolds has returned to Britton, after spending last week in this city. Mrs. B. S. Boyce and son left Tuesday for a three weeks' visit with relatives in Iludson. Mrs. F. li. Gort on and son attended the reunión of the Osgood family at Macon, last week. Miss Esther Pomeroy has been elected teacher in the Elk lïapids high school for next year. Miss Margaret Bobison of Detroit visited her sister, Mrs. J. A. Connell, Saturday and Sunday. Prof. Daniel Putnani will address the June meeting of the Wayne County Teachers' Association. Thos. Xeat, Jr. has gone to Chicago, to accept the position of conductor irt the Wagner car service. Prof. Jackson has been invited to deliver the alumni address at the Cortland, X. Y., Normal school. Mrs. Oakley, who has been visiting Mrs. E. B. Newhall, returned to her home in-Detroit, last Saturday. Miss Florence Hayden left ïuesday morning for St. Louis, Mo., where she expects to make an extended visit. Miss Marie Odióme and Miss Minnie Iloover spent Saturday and Sunday in Pittsfleld, the guestsof Miss May Hurd. Miss Bertha Bree and nephew, Master Elmer Bree, of Hancock, are the guests of Miss Mattie Bree, at the Y. W. C. A. home. Mrs. Jennie Farnham-Geist has been invited to sing at the commencement exercises in Grantville, Ga., her new home. Mrs. L. F. Peet and daughter Ger. trude, of Iosco, and Miss Minnie Moore, of Marquette, are visiting Miss Emma Miner. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Hayden have returned from Florida, and Mr. Hayden has resumed his position in the White Laundry. Miss Louise Pomeroy has accepted the position of teacher in the kindergarten department of the Milan school for next year. Miss Kate Arnold will take the place of Miss Jessica Mclntyre in the high school next year. Miss Mclntyre expects to spend the year in Europe. Prof. Barbour will deliver the commencement addresses at Albion, Portland, Decatur, St. Clair and Shelby, and ' will address the Alumni association at Pontiac, this year. liev. II. M. Morey left l'riday night for Penn Yan, N. Y., where he will snpplytlie ]nlpit of the Presbyterian church, in the absence of the regular pastor, until September.