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December 13, 1922 - Image 3

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Dr~. Iden's Bible class will be discoin-
tinnied until after the Christmas vaca-
I ionl.y

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All Y. W. C. A. pledges should he
paid today without fail, at the office

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Chr'istmnas carol services will be
ld at 4 ('(,lock this afternoon in the
south parlor of Newberry hall. All
.members are urged to attend.;

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Decembe-r pledges for" life mnember'-
ship in the Women's lea2gue are now
dlue. Several pledges have beenj
carried over from last year,f
the committeo requests that these be
paid bWore C'hristmnas vacation.
Twenty-five dolls of the lot obtained
by' the Y. W. C. A. still remain to bi
dressed] for hos;pital children. Aniy-
one able to dress one is asked to
call azt Nwb erry hail.
{ All (olls which wero. taken from the
Y. W. G. A. to be dressed fSor the lbs-
'ptal ohildrer.nnist be returned .to tho
tneie of Newberry hall by today, if
Mis D1:ak, United States Veterans'
buzreaurs :e, will be in the ofo'ce of-
the bureau in ane hall ttie rem~ainder
'j the weoek to consult' wlt~h all train-
c -i before vacation:.
Members of Sigma Delta Phi so ow-
its; will meet at 4::16 o'clock this af't-
criioon it the K~appa Delta house.
A A meeting of the members of the D.
A, ft.Nwill be held at 3 o'lock tomor-
i~ow after:noon at the home, of Mrs. Fil-
bridge Brown, 1320 Qanmbrldge road.
Prof. A. '. Wood 'rill talk on "Tra-
anacy." This will be followedl by a
abort Christmas program.
IFreshman Girls' Glee club will'' meet
at 4 o'clock this afternoon 'in the,
Parlors of Harbour gymnasium. All
members are urged to be present.
Women of the University who intend
to be in Ann Arbor during the Christ-
Dias vacation are asked to sign up
within the next Yew days 'at the Wo-
men's league booth in University hall
or at the office of Dean Jean Hamil-
ton, in order that they may be reached
by the Women's league and invited to
take part in the activities of Christmas
vacation. Blue books for signing, up
bhave been placed at the league booth
in University~ hall and in the dean's
diii ce.,'

In the Waist section there are
scores of delightful Gift sug-
gestions --some h'and made at
the higher prices, others beau-
tifully tailored at moderate
prices.
' 'Thie beatutiful hand-made blouses
are of. a Pine white voile 'and may
s w be had In the tux edo styles with.
hemstitching and embroidering on
'he co Parr; ,and cuff,.
®s ~The silk blouses includei the p0ptU
jar mautel se ef'fects in black, navy bliWo and dark brownt and also
the ortental and jpaisley models in bright, col6r..
'veils are so very prpular this season, that you can hardly de-l
cide upon a better Gift for a woman. Plenty ,of styles and
patterns are here to choose from.
)? ittcd vils or the comfort vpils ire
4v<ry attractive for gifts.' They -may '
f had lp, dark. or brighlt colors .to
watch the~ hat or~ wrap and wvhetn pac-
(,d in a rnirlstinas'b)ox are :very popui->-
14r for holiday gift purposes. Price4
The' Fre~ne)i dotted yeills are listed aluonig the nmolt populu'r typeS and
they n14ye, had. In blachO, bie, thupe or other ,shades, Eric (1 from
Wecto 40. $izyd.

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enter .this , tc
Gift assortrm
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- that every C
you wish to choose may be
lected with a minimtum exr

When you do not know what else to give,
decide upon Hosiery.' And be sure you
choose it from our display of guaranteed
values.
The silk and wool' hose or the all wool hose will
be cordially re eive(I by women who wear oxfords
all winter long. There are beautiful miktures
from which to choose.

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diture of titne
And thrifty
shoppers will
appreciate
the many 'op-
portunities
for economy
to, be found
here.

and energy.

Perfumnes and Toi-
lette Goods are al-
ways sure to please.
And here is an as-
sortment that y o u
will find surpasses all
fo6r Gift giving .

This is the store of the,
true Christmas Spirit-'
Full Value .for Your
Mtoney, Always.

The Glarden Fragrance sets. are especially. attractive and come in sev~
efal sizes. bets that include face powder, toilet water ,are priced
KO~;, sets that include face powder' and perfume are pr'iced $3.00;
and the sets that includo face powder, talcum powder and perfume
are priced $3.50.

No other article of wo-
menx's dress is more handy
than a pair of Slippers.
Here is a special showing
from which you may pick.

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The shartest of Beads in

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Daniel Green's Comfy slippers
come: ini shades of blue, rose, gre-e,-
purple and other colors anti ave
very popular: for gift. priced
Quilted satin slippers in tos and
old blue finished With a' h~kt1 om-
pomn in a heelless, style ate espe-
c'illy attractive. Priced 0.75.

Warm knit thins for cold
weather wear - Sweaters,
~Scarfs, Gloves,' ThriwA, in
fact everything that dcn lbe
knit from wool or silk.
And they main: then ,most

Sereen --today
Arcade-M-Nae Murray in "Broad-
way Rose;" Bull Montana in
"The Punctured Prince."
Majestic-.George Melford's pro-
duction, "Lorna floone," for
University of Michigan League.
benefit. f
Orpheum-Frank'Mayo in "Afraid
to Fight;" comiedy and( news.
Wuerth-"A Fool ThereWa,
with Estelle.Taylor, Leils
Stone -and All-star supportfug'
cast; comedy "Faint Hearts."
Stage-Ths ee
Garrick-William Qourtenay i~n,
"'Her Temporary Husband."
ShObert - Michigan - Bon stelle'
company in "Main Street.",

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harmonizing colors, and
Many materials, call for
your 'attention-and they
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tndestructahble pearl beads, imported from Franco,; will mnake
exttemely pretty gifts. They come in the graduated - strings,
With gold clasps. and may be had in, four dlifferent length strings
ranging in price from $13.00 to $15.00.

wonderful Gifts.

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The new. Umbrellas supply a wide range of variety in
the hanidles shown, many, of which are .h and' carved-
others are inlaid.:
tT 1 i'$~r1 may, be 6douiited useful
gifts but -when a beauitiful silk one
ini a fayorite color is chosen it be-
comnes a luxury as well as a ne-
Cefioityr!;

choice of finishes, colors and
material in a wide variety of

styles.

. .vrystyle you can uam in
Y~y57Gloves that are being worn now
Sy the better dressed women. Thfe
4..; quality is the best, ..the materials
those most popular.
I Cape leather gauntlet gloves In a one-
clasp style are very, popular for
Christmnas- gifts. They come in sv
se-eral shades.
Mocha gloves in a one-clasp style with silk iinigs may be hiad
In two popular colors, gray and, Beaver and ,-ill be appre-
ciated immensely!

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The scarf and cap sets are es-
pecially popular for girls-and
Little Sister will be quite hap-
py indeed it you: bring her °a set

'The umbrella section Is specializ-
ing in beautiful silk umbrellas 'at
moderate price~s and there are
madels priced from $W.90 to $10J.0

Christmas Cards and Decorations at
,Wagr's University Bookstores.--Avv

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Choosing. a Pocket. Book is often.

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How Mucch.Time,
Do You Waste?7
Sharpening wood pen-
cils means loss oiftime
and effort.
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Ends all pencil sharpen- .
Costs less, to use than,
wood pencils.
Uses double length leads,
each equal to a seven inch ;
wood pencil in writing
service. Guaranteed not to
clog at the point.
The FEATHERWEIGHT-r
shown here-of light weight

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difficult,' but not here, for only
the newest styles in the most f ash-
t 1 ionable materials are shown.
Genuine tooled leather i)urses- in the
large sizes are lined with suede and
are very acCeptAble. as -gifts. Prices
range from $7.50 to, 3$i1.0
SIlver mesh, bags are always Welcom-
ed by the girl who does not already
own one. Both gold andl silver. bags
are on display in many styles; PrIed
$6.9A and $7.93.

Handkerchiefs are the gift that
may always be selected with ia. se -
cure feeling- for everyone en-
'Joys receiving handlkerchiefs! Di.,.-
plays include the finest of models
and nore mioderately priced ones,
too! .
Dainty white linen handkerchiefs"
with a bit of embroidering in flu
corner are priced from 35c to $1.00.

to' please any woman..

Hair ornaments of carefully se-
lected styles in handsome gift
boxes-a gift that will be sure

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An am ple array of styles awaits
you r approval.

The Spanish combs may do~ had in carved styles or set With
stones in bright coors and are priced from $1.00 up to $7.00.
Hair dresses -for evening wear iay he had in gold or ;silver
and will pirove' a m uch liked gift! Priced from $1.25 to $4.00.

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