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Miss A! ice Curtís has returned f rom her visitin Iowa. Mrs. E. H. Andrews is visiting for a short time at Armada. Mrs. ('. W. Johnson, oí Flint, is visiting friends in the city. W. S. Holmes, of Lansing, was in the city on bnsiness Monday. Mrs. Charles Shepard, of Toronto, is visiting Mrs: J. H. Cutting. N. Stanger spent Sunday and Monday bis brother in Detroit. ('lias. Maynard, of Detroit, visited friends in the city last Thursday. Prof. and Mrs. R. H. Kempf attendod the Melba Concert in Detroit Monday. Dr. A. C. and W. W. Nichols spent Snnday in Hudson her parents. Robert Mann and family left Tuesday a. m. for their their future home in W. Virginia. Jacob Stevens carne over f rom Milford last Friday to visit his sister-inlaw, Miss Mary Lusby. Rev. J' T. Sunderlaud has an article on "A Vacation Glimpse of England" in the October Unitarian. John Altord has resigned his position with Goodspeed's and will return to his home in Brantford, Canada. Eugene Wetmore, of Detroit, was in the city a few days last week visiting his sister, Mrs. J. W. Morton, Dr. and Mrs. W. B. Smith are entertaining Mrs. Merritt, Doctor Smith's aunt, of Fishkill on the Hudson. Dr. A. W. Smith, of Adrain, a wellknown republican politician, WLC in the city a short time last Wednesday. Miss Victoria Leut wein has been appointed a teacher in Bnliah and German in the Saginaw public schools. Misses Jennie and Kittie VanTuyle, of Clinton, spent Sunday with their cousin Miss Luella Rogers, of Seio. Prof. Lewis McLouth, of the S. Dakota Agricültural College, spent Sunday and Monday at the home of Mr. A. M. Doty. Mr. and Mrs. V. K. Childs attended on Wednesday at Whitmore Lake, the wedding of Miss Bertha Field, to Mr. Stafford, of Pontiac. J. Q. A. Sessions and Prof. B. M. Thompson -,vere ia Saginaw last week attending a reunión of thoir old regiment, "th Mich. ('a'alary. Prof. E. N. Bilbie left for Ne ,v York last Thursday, when he will 3ail for Germany where ho will spend a few months in the study of music. Hon. J. T. Jacobs returned Saturday night from his trip to Mohonk Lakc.X. Y. where he attended a meeting of the board of Indian Commisioners. Mrs. Minnie A. Kettlewell, of Aurora, 111., who has been visiting her sister, Mrs. Vet Armstrong of Sumrait st. has moved her family to ;!2 N. Fifth Ave


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