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7, 1939

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

7~ 1953 TEE MICKIGAN DAILY

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Ma rgetta-H i tchco
The engagement of their dat
ter, Betty Kay, to John L. Hi
cock, has been announced by
and Mrs. Vincent Margetta
Hamshire Court, Dearborn.
Miss Margetta is a senior in
literary college at the Univers
The bridegroom-elect is the
of Mr. andMrs. Robert C. Mui
of Hart, Michigan. He gradu
from the literary college of
University in 1958, and is prese
employed by the University
Wisconsin. While at the Univer
he was affiliated with Sigma
fraternity.
The wedding is planned to1
place next June.

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Ashburn-Hadley
Mrs. Frank J. Roberts of Dear-
born, Michigan, announces the en-
gagement of her daughter, Gayle
Ashburn, to Dan Wells Hadley,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Walter T.
Hadley of Bowling Green, Ohio.
Miss Ashburn, who resides inr
Martha Cook, is a senior in the
literary college. Mr. Hadley gradu-
ated last June from the Univer-
sity with a BA degree in Soci-
ology.
The marriage will take place
January 2'5.
Faculty Clubs'

Tea Planned
By Assem b y
Assembly Dormitory Cou
will sponsor a tea for intemnatic
students in the residence hall,
4 p.m. Dec. 17 in the League,
Marthenke, '59, Assembly pr
dent, announced Monday.
House presidents and ADO
rensentatives from each house
also invited to attend the acti
which will also honor Agnes M
insky, '61A&D, the Hungarians
dent sponsored by Assembly As
ciation.
The theme of the tea will
Christmas Around the Wor
Miss Marthenke added.
Messiah Dinner
To Be Held
Martha Cook dormitory will h
its traditional Messiah sup
party tomorrow, Jill Clarridge,
chairman, said yesterday.
The party, which began 15 ye
ago, is planned to honor the sc
ists of the Messiah performa
and will include the administ
tors, executive officers, regentsa
deans of the University.

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Program

A coffee Christmas hour jointly
sponsored by the University Club
and Faculty Women's Club will be
held from 4 to 5:30 p.m. Wednes-
day in the University Club wing
of the Union.
A Men's Glee Club quartet,
directed by Prof. Philip A..Duey
and accompanied by the piano
playing of Prof. James B. Wallace,
both faculty members of the music
school, will present a program of
Christmas music.
Group carol singing will also be
a featured part of the program.

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it's Christmas at

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* Charles of the Ritz

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* Celebrity
PERFUMES-MAIN FLOOR

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The Gift that's sure to please
Perfumes
and Colognes

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the
"Merry Christmas"

Goodyear

Services

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* Caron
rmaine Montiel

GIFT TIN CANDY
Beautiful Poinsettia tin of
Mrs. Steven's Luxury Assortment
of candy.
1 pound - 1.85
2 pounds-3.50
3 pounds-$5
4 pounds - 7.95
CANDY-MAIN FLOOR
Dacron Filled
COMFORTERS
Beautifully Nylon covered with
small print on pastels or white
grounds.
72x84.. ,,. 13.5
for twin or double bed-

* We've stocked our shelves with
the most beautiful and exciting mer-
chandise we could find, to suit your
every need and taste.

* We deliver anywhere in the first
zone free of charge.
* For those 'have-everything' people
Goodyear's has the gift that gives a
choice ... a gift certificate.

* Extra salespeople make your shop-

ping easier and less time consuming.
Our Sandwich Shop will be serving
delightful luncheons and snacks for
your convenience while shopping.
* Do your shopping from home.
just call our personal shopper who
will be happy to aid you in choosing
your gifts.
* Goodyear's has the elegant touch

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SWEATERS
595- 3Q5

* HADLEY CASHMERES
* DARLIENE FUR BLENDS
* TYCORAS
* JANTZEN
* "MOTHER'S" SWEATERS
What a wonderful selection to choose
from ... Bulky knits, Jeweled sweat-
ers, Loop Mohairs, Classics and long
sleeve Pullovers. Sizes 34-46.
THIRD FLOOR-SPORTSWEAR

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This Is JOAN
Inviting MEN ONLY to
Campus Men's Shopping Night
Wednesday, December 10th
from 7 to 9 P.M.
Let Joan, Ann, Ellie, or Sue help you
select the perfect gift for the
female in your life.
Robe, sweaters, handbags, scarfs, gloves,
blouses, and slews of others.
Informal modeling.
Free gift wrapping.
Free refreshments.

in gift wrapping, have yours done
here . . . choose the papers and rib-
bons you prefer.
For the 70th time we welcome you

to the holiday splendor of our store
.. ..and invite you to share the cour-
teous service that we offer and you
rightly expect.

LINGERIE gifts
to please the ladies...

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Lounging Pajamas
17.95-2295
Beautifully breathtaking outfits any lady would
love to own . ,l Red and black velvets . . . Satin
Brocades with velvet trousers, and Quilted Jack-
ets with Faille trousers.

STORE HOURS
MONDAY 9.30- 8:30

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