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Bert Fall 9 visitins bis uncle at Albion. Congres-stnan Allen was id the city Tuesday. Mrs. C. H. Ricbmond was at Detroit Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. G. Bliss spentNew Year's ia Jacksoc. W. W. Hannan of Detroit was in the city Tue9iiy. Misa Aggie Brown of Lodi spent New Years in the city. Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Goodyear were in Detroit Tuesday. Burt Turnbull of Chelsea is visiting triends in Ann Arbor. Abram Wile of Laporte, Ind., is a guest of friends in this city. Miss Florence Traver of Albion is visiting relativi s in this city. Mrs. George Larzelere of Saline, is visiting friends in the city. Miss Florence Cole of Ohelsea, is visiting Mrs. George Dengler. Morris F. Lantz has beea spending part of this week at Corunna. Wm. Tuomey bas gone to visit his brother at Marysville, Mo. Miss Alta Parker went to her home in Lima to spend New Year's. Mis Mabel Phillips of Kalamazoo, is visiting Miss Allie Curtís. Miss Edith Seyler returns Saturday to Muskegon, where she ia teaching. Miss Nora Wetmore of Concord, is visiting her Bister, Mrs. G. W. Millen. J. W. King, of this city has gone to New York to spend this vacation. Misses Edith and Mabel Bowen of Ypsilanti spent New Years in the cityMiss Florence Cole of Chehea is visiting Mrs. Geo. Dengler on First-st. Chas. H. Kline returned Saturday from a short visit at Liberty Centre, Ohio. MrB. N. Cochrane ot Toledo, is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Moore. Miss Lottie Millard has been visiling friends at Adrián during the pst week. Stuart Millen returns to school at the Gambrier Military Academy next Tuesday. . Miss Hattie Dubridge of Grand Rapids is visiting Miss Hattie Benham on Liberty-st. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Mutschel are spending the week with his mother at Grand Ledge. Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Hale of Detroit, are visiting her parents Mr. and Mrs. D. Wines. Miss Bessie Powers of Grand Rapids is vÍ8Íting Miss Hattie Benham on Liberty-st. Mrs. F. F. Wallace and her sister, Miss Nina Henley, left Lor Cbattanooga, Tenn., Monday. Prof. G. A. Hendncks of the Minnesota Medical College is spending his vacation in the city. W. C. Lemon of Union City, is spending the holidays with Spencer Sweet, No. 8 Feloh-st. Mrs. Jacob Wile, nee Nannie Hammond of Laporte, Ind., is visiting her father on Broadway. Richard Kearns of Cleveland started in the new year by spendicg the day with his parents. Harry Devlin and wife of Bay City, spent the past week with his sister, Mrs. W. A. Hatch. John Stanger of Chicago, has been visitDg his parents in the Second ward. He returned home yesterday. Miss L. A. Holden, who has been visiting Mrs. C. W. Wagner, has gone to Allegan to visit her niece. M. J. Slattery and wife of Cleveland are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. James Kearns on Spring-st. Dr. Wa Soule of Union College, Alliance, O., spent the holiday vacation visiting his friends in this city. Oscar Tuoker, who travels for a Philadelphia drug house, is spending his vacation with his wife in the Fifth ward. Mrs. H. R. Morse of Alpena, is visiting her gister, Mrs. H. N. Chute. She ia accompanied by her two children. Frederick B. Ryder of Andover, Mass., is spending the holiday vacation in the city, the guest of Mrs. Chas. Tripp. Herman Gundrt of this city has accepted a position as teacher in one of the Lutheran parochial schools at Detroit. Miss Grace Jennelle left Monday for Detroit to visit friends and attend the New Year's ball given by the Detroit cadete. Mrs. August Hutzel and Miss Charlotte Hutzel, returned Monday from Bast Saginair, where they were visiting Mrs. Henry Heim. Julius V. Seyler, who has been spending a week's vacation with his parents in this city, returned to his home in Detroit yesterday. Miss Alice Kaichen of Bay City, who has been spending several weeks with Mrs. S. 8. Blitz, has gone to visit friends in Detroit. Frank E. Bliss, a successful attorney of Cleveland, O., who plaiined Ann Arbor as his home during his boyhood days, has been visiting his mother on Washtenawave., during the past week. Mrs. John Henley, left Sunday, for Smith Centre, Kan., Lor a few weeks. She expects to spend the winter with her daughter, Mrs. Fred Wallace, at Chatanooga. James Jone3 of Port Hurón, has been spending a week with his molher, on Broadway. Having been away from Ann Arbor a number of years, he has improved a portion of the time spent here by reviewing the many improvements made during his absence. He does not hesitate to praise the city and pronounco it the most beautiful city of its size in the country.


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