Personal And Social
John Huddy has returned fïom Mancelona. Sam. Langsdorf has returned from St. Louie, Mo. E. A. Gott, of Detroit, spent yesterday in Ann Arbor. Mis9 Augusta Hildner, of Detroit, is visiting in Ann Arbor. Mrs. Prof. W. W. Beman had a birthday party Monday evening. The Knights Templar will give another party next Monday evening. James D novan, of Detroit, spent Sunday with his parents in lower town. Mrs. S. 8. Walker, of St, Johns, is visiting at Mrs. Ohapin's on Bowery-st. George Haviland, last Thursday, attended the funeral of an aunt in Marshall. Misp'ei Mamie and Maud Best, of Minneapolis, are visiting friends in Ann Arbor. Miss Minnie Bender has returned froni Grand Rapids, and will teach in the First ward school. Last evening Miss Anna Gundert, corner First and Jefferson ets., celebrated ner seventeenth birthday. W. W. Watts and C. B. üavison were in Detroit Tuesday, in attendance on the grand lodge of F. and A. M. Perry F. Powers, member of the state boari of education, and editor of the Cadillac News and Express, called on The Register last Friday. Miss Emuia Armstrong, who has been very sick for seveial months, starts for Nipoma, California, today. Sbe expects to remain two years, in hopes of regaining her health. Prof. H. R. Arndt will retarn from California, Feb. 15, to resume his work in the University. Mrs. Arndt will remain till June, as the guest of Mrs. Hampton L. Story, of'Sandiego, Cal.
Ann Arbor Register