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1" E MICHIGAN DAILY

SUNDAY, MAY 4,

THE MICHIGAN DAILY SUNDAY, MAY 4,

DAY SERVICES IN
ANN ARBOR CHURCHES,

Furst Baptist Church
10: 30-Public worship followed by
r communion. Sermon by the minister
on 'The !Higher Communism." The
right-hand of fellowship will be given
to the new members of the church.
12-Sunday school. Prof. Leroy Wat-
erman is the teacher of Everybody's
class. Frederick B. Igler teaches the
Guild class.. 6:30--Guild meeting.
Newton C. Fetter will lead -in a dis-
cussion "of "Vital Themes." Officers
for next year will be elected.
Rev. John Mason Wells,, Minister.
Church of Christ
' 10:30-Sermon, "The Pool of Be-
thesda." 12--Bible school. 7: 30-"The
Master Is Come and Calling . for
Thee." Rev. F0. P. Arthur, Minister.
Presbyterian Church
10:30-Minister speaks on "The Sup-
pressed Hour of Jesus." New mem-
bers will be received at this, service.
8: 00-Prof. T. E. Rankin will con-

duct a young people's Bible study
class in the parlors of the church.
6:30-Young people's evening service.
Rev. Leonard A. Barrett, Minister.
Jewish Students 'Congregation
7:00-Services conducted by Rabbi
Max J. Merritt of Evansville, Indiana.
Bible Chair House
9:30-University men's class. Topic
for study, "the Bible's use of nature
in teaching the revelation of God. 4:30
-Everybody's class. Study for this'
week: "The Bible teaching concern-
ing poverty and riches, capital and
labor."
First Congregational Church
10:130 a. m.-Public worship with
sermon, "The Hlouse by .the Road," by
Lloyd C. Douglas. Kindergarten' and
primary department of church school-
12:00 noon-Church school. 6:30 p.
m.--Student Round Table. Mr. Dou-
glas will lead the discussion of plans
for the young people's meetings next
year.
Rev. Lloyd C. Douglas, Minster.
Keeley's Old-Fashioned Chocolates,
always fresh; 65c per pound. BUSY
BEE.-Adv.

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fulfill satisfactorily.

From the wearing apparel

of men and women and the dresses and suits of
the youngsters, to even the household coverings

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and hangings, our service is complete.

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move stains and soils, and the articles are re-
turned fresh and clean with that well-cared for
appearance that reflects credit upon us and our
methods.

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Careful Work
Pleasing Results

Right Prices

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"Mrs.'Wiggs of the Cabbage Patch"M shows Marguerite Clark at her best-
as the lovable, comical lady who is "always trying to do things for other
people."
We won't go into a lengthy dissertation concerning the story's tremendous
stage popularity--although we could, But we'll just ask you to come and
see'lf you don't agree with us that Marguerite Clark in "Mrs. Wiggs of the
Cabbage Patch" fs the best picture in many a long day.

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Adults 25C

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FOR SALE
FOR SALE-Beautiful gold and pearl
opera glasses, $9.00. Messages and
Papers of the Presidents, 10 volumes
steel engravings, $25.00. F. Marion
Crawford 24 volumes, $20.00. Wash-
ington Irving 15 volumes, 1.00.
Like new. Phone 330-M.
FOR SALE- May Festival TiclO~i
first Balcony-four' for Wed. Eve. ar
four for Thurs. Eve. Call Leahy,
691-R after 7 P. M.
FOR SALE--Two May Festival Cou-
pons. Phone 1216-J,
FOR SALEl-One mandolin and case.
C~all 670-J.

LOST
LOST-First National Check book,
"Bethel Flood" written on front cov-
Ier, check inside. payable to Bethel
Flood. Call Social Service Dept.,
University Hospital.
LOS T--A Delta Gamma pin. Finder
pra~se call 452. Reward.
FOR RENT
F011 REN'T -Canoe storage, Morris
Canoes, O(d Town Canoes. Used
aosfor. Sale. Easy payments.
, aunders Canoe Livery.
FOUND

May 9-10

Wallace- REID

Coming Soon-Cecil Demille's
For Better, For'Worse
Elliott Dexter, Jack Holt

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The Roaring Road

Gloria Swanson

FOUND- Fur neck piece Thursday
evening. Call W ai iKng Lwo, 314 S.
State.

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