Ono of the most pleasant social funcUoiis of the season occurted Tuesduy evenlug :it tlic coz.v tome Oí Mr. and Mr. Kmamiel Spring f tí. Fifth avcmic. Mr. Spring is memibeï of tUe lililí of Ilutzcl CÓ. Vov thé past Bine ycars Miss Hannali Staiif-'ff has been thelr faithful bookteep. Ttola mornluK shc teft for Settttle, Wash., where shc wiil become thc bride f ttfetofuey A. O. McDonald. Before teftVíng the ürni wlshed to expresa their apprectetlon of her services, Mrs. Snwinst invitod Miss Stander to spend the evening at hei home. She was, howver, surprlsed t tiiul Titns B". Hutze) and Mii'i' and Robert Gwlnner and she employés of the ftrm all gathured M the house. .t 10 o'clock tlie eompa-.iy adjourned to the dining room wlKTt' a suinptufuis repaet was spread. Asfter the eompany wen: seated Mr. Hutzol arose and in a few fitting w.h-iIs in the name óf the ünn presentód 'Miss Stánger witii a handsönre íh-,im:íi. eonsisting of a diamond set in ui,, center of a pausy. .Miss Stanger wat quite overeóme and Theo. Btanger, hor brother. thanked öie doaora in the name of lite sister, for their sift. u'marks were .;isu made by Mr. Spring. Tlio table was ncit oiii.v loaded wiili good ihinj-'s bul was very prettlly decomted witii enrnattons. After full justice was done to tlio swpper the comiKiny ueturnëd to the parlors where wWh cirds and muslc the time passed oniy too fast. M.iss Stanger will teave Ann Arbor with the Ucarty good wishes of 11 m zei & Oo. aml all thoir employés, who wish tliat in her future journey throngh life she niay reecivo the elmic-esl bleeslngS.