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ST':DAY.,SJANUARt1Y 11, 1925TH MCHANDIYPE

THr:, MICHIGAN

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of the Congregational church has in-'!_,r.J.t/%/Yt,..."P/I.~.~i~~Irr..~d.~/1/1e.l~ il/;,lI/~3"l.~/Il~l."~~"~itI~.~//II.J.
vited him to speak at their Japanese, in m
service this evening, and he will also ]-
speak at the motion picture serviceI -
interpreting some Burton Hlolmes ____________________
travel pictures. Mr. Hall used threi
movies a great deal in his mnissionary Te Arcade =
work in Japan, and the Congregation-j Barbara La Marr is presented for
al students are planning to present! the first time as a star in her ownW r
him with a check to buy new equip- right in "Sandra" showing at the
mient to use when hie returns. Arcade theatre during the first three=
--- cdays of this week. The character of
Fi, Andrews Episcopal ('iureli Sandra is invested with a dual per-s
Toly communion will beC held at St. soality-on e woman content with foh
Andrea 'Episcopal church at 8! conmmtplaces of home and domesti-=
o'clock this mnorning, and the 11 cit'y, the other a restless, diversion I
O'clocki service will he conducted bylIseeking type who believes that happl-
Re~v. 1-. L. Iron ,dale, assistant to thej ness lies just around the corner. Fier
rector. Ai (lhe studenft service and quest for adventure carries her l
supper, Mrs. J. 11. lMclonald will through numerous capitals and gay
speak on "The Woman of Today in the spots of Europe and their accompany-'
World of Tomorrow." Rev. Edlward ing novel experiences. Bert L.ytell
Parrott of St. Paul's church in Jack- plays opposite Barbara La Marr, as the
son will deliver thle sermon at the simple sport loving husband, who '
evening service,. though devoted to his beautiful wife,
spends his happiest moments fishing.C 1
i rst Baptist Church I Another of H. C. Witwer's telephone :
At the 10:30 o'clock service of the stories will be shown, "The Square.
Mri,'Q3aptist.church, Rev, I. E. Sayles iSex." fo prt f
will speak on "T ho Triu mphant Christ" ( The feature thrfie last pr fth
noon classes, will be taught by Dr.xveek will be "Worldly Goods" starr
L. J. Water man and Mr. II R. Chap- ing Agnes soyAers. The soy sa do-
mn, and the 6:30 o'clock devotionial mnestic comedy drama by Sophie Kerr. '
meeting will be lead by Edgar G. The star's role in the picture is that=
Cochrane, '25M. of a secretary to the manager of a H ER
--- large department store. In spite of
Frst :Mehodl~istl ('Iur'ech her firm determination to have a -
"Life: a Pattern of at Spirit?" is the career, Pat O'Malley, as an auto sales-
subject for the Sermon at morning man, with an effective line of per-
worship at the First Methodist church, siflage and several get-rich-quick
C rleton turrietr ad., will lead the lsc hemes, induces her to change her
Weseyan guild meeting at (G:80' mind. Complications arise when the
chemes fail to materialize aiid'the.
Phases of the Industrial Problem."cletr per Tegr eie
Bishop Edwin Hughes will speak: to go back to her old job, but finds ,.,hi s the most remarkable purchase of Evening Gowns we have ever,
at the 7:30 o'clock service on '^Perll that wage earning and home making f- \Rcnl aiLlm1aearvd pa
Bible and DIneocracy" hardly mix. ..md.fo oto 1t e
Firt Pres byterinx (iu reli. The MNaestie 0 ~ ~ " part in may festivities. Each gown is a masterpiece in workmanship"
Vinton Brsri , ':1will discusstr"In oEvteyWomaPn's Lucie"isthe-dsg.we~ Lli
"Is 'Ther. re a Correct Seale of Value '? itleof yhepicuewihwl b 1oswl s hi iiha 1 s satfsion is the acme
If~ so, What Is It?" at the ChristianI shown at the Majestic through Wed- I~i~
endeavor meeting cf the Presb~yterianj nesday. The plot of the story takes /. of perfection. They have all the most inftrigtreng deveopments in the ::
church. The subject for the sermon root at a unique party staged in Paris. cxr-
at morning worship is "The Bible: A French count and an Amrcn14 r realm of ashion.Anyo wilbaslueydigtd ihtem
Is It Credible? I; it Inspired ?" This milionaire begin a duel of wt fooryo beabslutly elihte wihtem
is Ti'at in a. series of requested ser- the love of a beautiful girl. The flat- ic-44 f'
mo10.1s. ter triumphs temporarily and takes Miss Agnew, the buyer of our dress and gown departments for all our
Th emnfo h onngsrieth irl hand atherlswhileant . stores, has just returned from New York with a most unusual co~lectio,
(hurchi of Christ liner. The count is injured in a fi ht E
at te ne Chuch o Chist ill e inlov wit him marieshim s a I~- '4 of Evening Gowns from the leading American and Paris houses, and :57
given by Rev. Kenneth B. Bowen on reward for his sacrifices.. Vigini~ n dito o u oncolcio is gewhs rane.o ehee:
"Magnetism," and in the evening he Valli is charming and capable as the ,,i diint u w olcin isAnwhs:ragdt ehr
will~~~~~ sclon"hFiefenius." i girl. As the ralized count, Mar ~ ~ '.. If 1wt h niecleto fgwsfo u acsn
1Vacemotgives a very good c _ara- '' this15week, wt h niecleto fevening gwsfrmor ako
"The Spreading of' ion AmongstI of Olive Wadsley's novel "Belongin~g." I ", {\ - and Battle Creek stores, and we now have on display for your appioval r
the Gentiles" is th1e subject for the In addition a comedy, "Feet of Mind" .~
English sermon at. St. Paul's Lutheran1 with harry Lant'don, an Aesop Fable as elaborate a showing as could1 be found. i -
church at the 11:'01 o'clock service.I Cartoon andl Kinograms will be -'''.,7
At 2:30 o'clock the stunent younhg j showvn. The stage act for the entire
people will mneet at. the parsonage' week will be Taylor, Parsons and
for a skating party, andl the usual Ilawkes, The Three Aces of Comedy-
s1pper and discussion will be held at andh Song. The feature for the e
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Who understand their work are the men <y
who will always give you satisfaction at _ ~ Vlvt FABRICS K'"~Greul ed
tried our service--you'll be a steady
Velvet hifo, Chiffon Velvet, Georgette !tShlinin g igh-Coloc
patron. hiffonCrepe Chiffon, Metallic - i
~ ~ Cloth._ Flut Little Sub-i
Arcade Barber Shop MbIMM<NGS t, j . ..Sitcated gEve
Nikl raeMirror Motifs, Bugles, Rhinestones, - .c*' I Lquisite Lace Go
Beads, Embroiders. Pe M / I
K' \ ~C rgcohs Gowns
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SThe value-giving appeal of this showing compels you attention through a '
tremendous purchase from one of the leading importing firms, w e are a'le
G LOVES' to offer you at a decided saving, gowns that would ordinarily command
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SWEATERS New Ornaments for the Headdress
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