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THE MICHIGAN DAILY ________ ________

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is to be "fundamentalism and Liberal-
ism." The meeting will be lead by
Dorothy Kiefer, '26.
St. Andrew's Episcopal Church
The program for the dlay's services

"Jesus the Liberal" is the topic of~
this morning's sermon, the fifth in the
series of sermons to the open mind-
ed. The student social_ hour and,
supper will be held at 5 o'clock wt
the Fireside. Chat immediately after. Sl
Col. H. WV. Miller will speak at this

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consist of Hly Comunio at
FisFrsyeinCuc o oyCmuina our Education," and special music j~it 1'
Reverend John Comin, Moderator of l o'clock, Church school at 9: 30 o Clock, wiltefrihd AIh oina What You vant
the Synod of Michigan, will give the and the morning prayer and ermon ture service "An Old Sweetheart of W e u j~ ti
sermon at the morning service. The by Reverend Dr. Nichols at 11 o'clock. Mine," the dramatization of the James W e o Want It
rglrnoclsewilbhedfDr Nichols will speak at the student I WItcc Rily, poem, will be pre-; aq
At 5:30 o'clock the usual social hour htoVVt
Will be held, followed by a sacred C (eColwigtesuprato1s ntned on Page Sixteen)1Pm
song service led by George Alder, '26. I oclocli,. His topic for this metinig (CniudOLE E RO R h ~K dk d &
The religious play "The Hour Glass" will be "The Worthwhileness of Risk j51 6 East William near Maynard phone 865-j t od l
will be given at 7:30 o'clock by the in Climbing Mt. Everett in Mounting I Read ",the , Want Xds I Iatronize Daiy auvertrsers.-a~.
Presbyterian players, directed by t the Stars,." "'"f'"r''. ~ " l ''"'
poer _.yneso,'6an neI Fit Congregational Church - --- __-__m 11 - Week Beginning Nigts, 0ctV.~5
invited. willfeel1POP. MATINE' 0
Trinity English Lutheran Chu~rchuAA c: InnhiG______it_________(S__________________)__
"Cooperation of Home, School, and Redth en d urn1n - o.i a.Di.50t z
Church" is the subject which Rev- fall_________________I h lts oet
erend L. F. Gunderman will speak on._________________________st styles. Come t fellar=
at the morning worship. The subject R Sopyouy~='
for discussion in the Forum meeting eyil; the Arcade Barber Shp-ouP~kC R YMOIUND
which follows the Student Fellowship M o a will
wilsurely be pleased with the 11p1,,.
Hour at 5:30 o'clock, is "Fundamental- R-.epairin RI
ism and Liberalism." Dorothy Kiefer, 'nmServH ITC.111C O C 'i
'26, will lead the meeting. When yo~aesoehn
IUitarian Clh urchi aIIAIIFOUU 1 SHO
The ministeit will speak at the in the electrical line which w D !t
morning 'worship on "A Plain Ser- ARCIDE BARBERISHOP-
mion." Music will be furnished by[ should be repared, call__N-f
the male quartettet At 6:30 o'clock _ uet :NCK L R A E1 I
Dir. Sidney S. Robins will talk at the n .,Yo1ilro s iclH msl
Fireside meeting. His subject will be IN----------------------------------------------- =! S
"New Fashions in Old Faiths." get good service. = = In a Nexv 5_ ornc dy
Zion Lutheran Church. ISt
The morning service will be held FR T R ITJFR
at1:0ocok with the sermon by 1lfUI IUII
the pastor on "What Impression His J 11ic1
topiccrl fohdscsponatth sudnt________________IDU N BA FX
the race of God Made on You.' The'DM~
topi fo dicusion t te sudet I104 N. Fourth Ave. Phone 2814-M A "
forum, held from 5:30 to 6:30 o'clock, _________________
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Bon-Bons Bit tersw.eets
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Mints and Nuts

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And a lot of other; choice
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For the Holidays

Come;in and sample our wonderful products.

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Manufacturers also of Parker Duofold Pencils
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We carry the famous Mirro Aluminum Roasters in medium and large
sizes. The ideal roaster, excellent too. , Bottom. tray prevents burning and
have cut-away corners for, convenience in basting. Steam vents in covers.
Prices from $3.50 to' $7.50. We also carry the Savory and Reed roasters.
All sizes from $2.50 to $7.75. A large stock, of carving sets.
Our Stock is Always Complete.

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