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February 11, 1922 - Image 11

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Gladsome Guests Gather From All
Points Of Compass For Junior Hop
The list of patrons and patr onesses, agora Pails, V. Y.; Katherine Woode,
as announced hy Thaomas Lynch, '23E,, Chicago. Ill.
in charge of invitations, includes: ----
President Marion L.. Blurton and Mrs. Bot PhBeaI
Burton. President-Emneritus H arry B1.1
Hutchins and Mlrs. hJutchins, lion. ('Chaperons -Dr. and Mrs., Johnr
Wialter It. Sawyer and Mrs. Sawyer, Sunidwall, Ann Arbor; Mrs. W. .r
H on. Victor M. Gore and Mrs. Core, jhutch, Cleveland, OI. Gluests --The,
H on. Junius K. Becal andl Mrs. Beal, (Misses Maine Williams, Clinton, Ia.;
lo[oi. Frank hi. Leland and Xirs. elandi r Lois Pcc' ue, rankfort; liruice Mc-
ion. Willia L. Clementis and Mi's. Namuara, Ilowel1; Margusrite c Mct'unle.
Clemcntis, Ho(nc. JansA. Muliii Hon ( rie, 'a.; Pro ctori Spling, t'licccuo.
lics i. S. I lanchett, IHonc. Luciurs L.. lih- i.; Marthaic Sihe'pcrd, tacao '.us, Pa.
card, Mr'. RlobertI"cool acnd Mrs.I" r rust, ocisi' 1 hlaecilelli' Winidsor, Onti.:
Dean Jhn R. Kilinger and Si cs. Kllicig.- Incaloch iort r, ay City; Iliendietc
er, Dlean Mortimcer K. Cooley and Mrs.
Cooley, Dean Hugih Cahot and Sirs,'
Cahot, Bean Henry Mi, Bales and Mrs.
Ba tea, Dean Edward Hi. Kraus and Get 'Em
Mrs. Kraius, IDean Wilbert B. Hinsdale
caid Mrs. Hincsdale, Dean Marcus L.I0 4
Wacrd acid Sirs. Ward, Dlean Alfred H. S H U E
tLloycd acid Sirs. Lloyd, Dean Emil
Lorch acid Sirs. Lorch acid Denan A. S.
Whitney and Mrs. Whitcney, Dean 'ootfitters to His NaLZI
Jocsephc A. Bccrsl y and Mrs. Bursley, l
Assistant Dean WV. R. Hlumcphreys and
Sirs. Humnphrey's, acid Assistant DeanTh
W1Jilliam Hi. Butts. The
Dr onSnwl n .Sn-wall, Mr. Shirley IV. Smith and Mrs.
Scmithc, Mr. Robilert A.tu Caumphell accd
Sirs. Camphell, Dr. Arthur C. Dali acid 'K a ie 4
Mrs. Hall, Braf. L. A. Str'auss and Mrs.r
Srausa, Prof. Evans Hlbirook acidlDon
Mrs. Holhrook, tProif. it. E. SicCotler
and Mrs. McCotter, Sir. Frederick P.,-
Jordlacn and Mrs. Jordan, P'rof. IR. Si.'
Wecciny acnd Mrs. Wenley, Procf. 'T.1
C'. Truielood acid Mrs. I'rcehlcci,1
hrof. M. 11. 'lilley acci Mrs. 'Tilley,
Profu P odad r.Wo' f. IV. C'.lbad acid Mrs. Iocil,
Prof. WV. C. P'atterson accd Mrs.
Patterson, Prof. C. WV. Edmunds and
Mrs. Edmunds, Prof. S. C. Ruccnels
and Mrs. Runciels, tProf. C. C. Rickert I7!
acnd SMrs. Ricker, Prof. L. ii. Boycntocn
iad Sirs. Boyntocn and Prof. C'. 0. i
Dlavis acid Mrs- Davis ace iacmocng thoise1
Boothcs 10, 35, accd 53 are reserved fo h arn ndptoessad
ffaculity mcecmhers.
Boothc 1 -Phi Delta Clii
j Chaperons-Dr. acnd SMrs. HI. WV.'-5
Emersoci, Anci Arhor. Cuests-They "
Misses Ruith Reaper, Monroe; M~ade-
licie McGee. Custer, D.; Lucille .
Harris, Lacnsincg, Lilliacn Scmite.
Lacnsig; Rita Louve, IDetritil Abiugail' O
Roblerts, Inianiapolisis, Id.; Mary
( cicfery, P'irt Huroiuc Shileiy Sillier,C
Caidillai; Jessie' L.. Spikec', Ncii Ac-
bor; Estheir Dole i, Poirt Hucrcon; Hiar-I
ril Sil .c'iliu'c'ec. Dei'c'oit; Sirs. Leiin
cci A. We avccc, Acnn Arbor Edth M., Si.
Ruccg', Deiciiltic hlls Noris, X'psi-
lacti; SMilidred Synices, Sputira.
Booth 2 -Xi Psi Phi j a-
Cliaperuics-D an'.dcc Mrs. C. J. Par-,
kecr, Detriti; Brs. XWiliamc Strcell, I Ii'
fruit. Cuests 'Else SMisses Leonca:HizDnerGadRpds; ut
Sciceicler, Flcushicig; itoaclia Hensoic,) a
Sagicnasw; Cathericce Evacis, Dletroit;
Adelie Urnger, Iron SMoucntaicn; Dorothy)
Morro-, j5 Jackson.
Booth S3-Phi Rtho Siguma
Aun Arhor; SMrs. Ceorge C. Urschel,f r
Toledo, C.; Mrs. Lawsrecice WX. Faust, 1Offer:W
Acn Arhor; Mrs. Edward Porter Gil-1
lette, Acnc Arhor. Cicestos'-The Misses Wne aho
Doris Arnioil, Aici Arhor;, Helencitr aho
Brace, Ann Arhor; Jacie Acidrews,: comes dancing
Dayiion, CO.; IWiuliice Bayless, Bit- enaing Haewt
Ile treek; Lucille Docaghierty, :Battie eai g nresitiw
Creek; Beta Hasley, SMcicioe; Mildred, andplaesitibl
liecnry, Detoiit; lorictiy Hicyt, Dowa-s a-)lale

giac; Etlizaici IsHoiyt, Batl C'reekc; I j
Olivia iLe Biosqucet, Chicago, Itt. ; l Adorahle are ther
Queci tc~cllc't. Dlcot; eradiu / deligfhtful tricoti
Quen c~uloh, etoit Gralin puff sleeves. WiV
SMctyre, Altadeecca, Pal.: M1arylceill '. of new gold emh:
Treihley, Battle Creek; Nuna WXyatt "; -silk fringing-
Sacita Paula, Calif.; Freida WXishi-:sc'e saeso
ion wvorld-cactus
oliii Pacola, Bancs. ; Althla X'erhi'', tcbrownc shades u'el
Niorthville. j
Boioth 4---Delta psilon
Chcaperonc--Srs. at. C. McCohh,
Saria, Ont. Guests-The SMisses Des-
sin Strong, Buffalo; Lottie Shearer, Phone 01
Newv York City; Susan Colhy, Niagara Promptly1
Falls, N. Y.; Elizahetha Wilsoin, Sac-
nia, Dccl.; Rtachal Dumocit, Detroit; f
Shirley See, Detroit; Dorothea Beehy, 1.1
Chicago, Ill.; Stella Thomson, Grand'
Rpd;Rt Sotetn ateCreek; Louise Bercnard, Detriiit; An - ---
Laughlici, C'levelacid, C0.; Charlotte
Sacnds, Detrouit; Helenc Lceo-Woluf, Ni- 4

Sicess, Maidisin, Wis. ; Geneivieve
!Learcned, Jiacksocn; Luncettii'Staurr,j
Gras Lalci; Sue Presli'y, ilaCily;
Nolta Jitters, Detriiit.
BioothTc0'heta Cli
Ciiaperiics- Professcir and Mrs.
Jamcies Hi. Cissell, Acic Arhiir; SMrs. J.
E. Frenchc, Detroit. Guests--The
Missi's Freda Kaimer, Almia; Alice
Parker, Jiuleshurg, Polo.; Genevieve
Boiothc, Detrocit; Helecn Partlciii, Daci-
Dourothy 'Ta'~ft , Wasingtonm,iD. C.;
Stirs Hohsonc, Los Acigelc's, Cl'aif.;
Alii c'Fooiti, Dtittiil; Adil ih'ciiersii,
'c'uicgsl is cc, I.; Ma~crgars'tI Ilcslriilgc,
I'Icilaielia , '1c.; H'ac'r'iet Beirgtldh,
(Cntinued iIocilhcgs' Fur)c'
n From

Ready to ServeYou
Hot Coffee Hot Chocolate
Hot Apple or Peach Pie
Cream Puff Sundaes
etc., etc.
Open after the Hop
Fountain Room bleautiful

- , !

Two Things Yo
Te2. Besii


Will Never Forget

Junior Hop---1922
mer's Grilled Steaks
Both Are Simply Wonderful

)n Special Occasions
When all the world is so full of joy, it gives
one increased pleasure to know that their
clothes are just what they should be, and
'y that their appearance is beyond criticism
f :0o.
- CaOn this Festive Occasion We Wish °
You all the Joy in the World
ivals in Spring Fashions K- K
leome Diversion -''7
is have served their torn and vanished--Spring
across onr field of vision with the most enthralling I'c ,
to tell. Absorbing new modes have developed, -' r; s
' colors are on the palette; Full of life and gayety L c, } Fc~
e iceytenwarvl r atn orne spring frocksin glorious taffetas-refreshing crepes
mien and Petrel twills-hodice waists-houffant shirts -tiny ro
'ilL a louch of distinction given through the magic of a hit
)roidery-deep tucks-rows of ruffling- contrasting piping
t ittle lace or a hunch of flowers. And away with the
the past winter-Spring has swakcened color in the fashc-
iperiwvinkle, corn flower, orchid, and the visid orange-
ive their rainhow across the horizons.
Fashion Parlors on Second Floor]
rders Mail Orders
Filled Promptly Filled
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