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The Ladies' Society, of Sr. Andrew's churoh, will give a sooial at Hobart Hal], thÍ3 evening. Rtv. A. R. Merriam, of Grand Rapids, will occupy the pulpit of the Congregational church, Sunday morniag. The montlily meeting of the W. 0. T. U will be held on June 4, at Hobart Hall. Repons will be given írom the state meeting. Rev. J. T. Sunderland will ppeak next Sunday morning at the Umtarian churcb, on "The Life and Services of James A. Cxarfield." No eveuing service. A publis meeting of CarpenterB1 Union, No. 85, will be held ai their hall on S. M lin-st, to morrow evening. A go d speaker has been engaged aud all are invited. Remember the lawn festival given by the ladies of the Bethlehem church at the re8idence of Mr. H. Hutzel, on W. Huron sf, this evening. Adtnission 15 cent, including ica cream and cake. The anniversary address before the Young People's Society of the Congregational church will be delivered, Sunday evening, by Rev. A. R. Merriam. of Grand Rapids. Theme, 'The Spiritual Use of the lmagination." " A Celebrated Oase," will be given by amatuerp, at the opera house, Fnday evening, June 6th. The entertainment will be for the benefit of the Foley Guild, and nearly the entire cast will be selected from the members of this orgamzation. Messrs. Harkins and Grauger, our wellknown amatuers, will take prominent parts. The Ann Albir Art Club will give an exhibition of their work, done during the year, on Tuesday, Wednesday, Tbursday and Friday, June 2nd, 3rd, 4th and 5th, iu the Ladies' Library on Huron-gt. About two hundred studies from the cast, still hfe and landscape, in charcoal, water color and oil will be displayed, although water colors have been the (avorite medium. The display of decorated china will be unusua'ly aitractive. Frauz Bischoff, a well known china decorator of Detroit, promises his collection of decorated china for the occasion. This added to work done by members of the club will prove very tetnpting to lovers of pretty china. Doors open from 9 a. m. to 10 p. m. Admii-sion fitteen cents. "tiie deestrick skule." This eveoiug at High Suhool hall, one of the most enjoyable entertainment of of the year, " The Deestrick Skule," will be given tor the benefit oL that worlhy charity, the Bewing school. The participants will include a number ot the wellknown society people of the city, and the program will be aa follows : ACT I.- Going to Skule. ACT II.- Morning Session. A(JT III.- Nuuu Hour. A(JT IV.- Last Day Exercises. SONGS BY SKULE. Composltion Keturah Jane Taylor Composition Matilda Sweetwood Beman Piece JeremiahöidesaddleNafe Piece Peuelope Anu Trueblood Dialogue Compositlon- " Shakespeare," Clarlssa Comfort Pjympton Piece Daniel Webster Sawycr Piece Honeysuckle Twins Composltion Hou. Fred Scott Piece "BoyStoodon the Burnlng Deck,"... „Arabella Deborah Hunt SONG. Address by Commltteemen


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