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January 06, 1926 - Image 4

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The Michigan Daily, 1926-01-06

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Slavonia's King

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Ann Arbor; Virginia Tice, Ann Arbor; Ash, Muncie, Ind.; Mildred E. Scams-
1larbara Tork, Flushing; Relen Stew-! horne, Steubenville, 0.; Isabell U.
art, Aurora, Ill.; Florence Woertel, Field, Detroit; Gertrude M. Metlbar-
thiboonburg, 0.; Valeria Dickenson, gie, Bad Axe; Francis A. Vincent, La-
Pontiac; Margaret Blallard, Pitts- peer; Ila M. Eyre, Dletroit; Ruoth C,.
burgh, Pa.; Mary Louise Uooney, Curl, Springfield, O.; Rolls N. Cara-
h ighland Park; Laura Taylor, Stock-I naugh, Grand Rtapids; :Martha 11.
bridge; Hlelensa Van Rensneselaer, New Johnson, Dletroit; Lillian Lake, lDe-
York, N. Y. troit; Dorothy B. Van Stone, Dletroit;
______Jesse Williams, Detroit; Mrs. Muriel
Booth No. 16-Delta Sigma Pi S. Van Stone, Detroit.

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Patrons- Mr. and Mrs. Robert A.
tampbiell, Ann Arbor; Mrs. L. J. Mer-i
t 1'ilapAixli kl, Cincinnati, 0.; Mrs. H. E. Hoff-I
!Me -ui li-. i. IB. Mc- inian, Muncie, Ind. Guests- Misses,
c., lr. ;mi l -ir:. 11). I"Ruthi lE. Nelson, Saginaw; Esther R.

Booth No. 17-Phi Sigma Kappa
Patrons-Mrs. W. Pt. Aubirey, Ann
Arbor; Prof. and Mrs. H. Merriek, Ann
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THE girls with the most beautiful
f corsages, the houses most at-
i= tractively decorated, will obtai
y' their flowers from the Ann Arbor
Floral Company. We have a boun
tiful supply of flowers and acces-
sories in readiness for your J-Hop
requirements, Remember we are
experts in floral decoration and ar-
Ann Arbor Floral Co.
Store 122 E. Liberty Dial 6215
4iuurvir ttli Makr N3fiuffr (Wi

Boot No. x L i ' lii XC i lha, lii Ii (, i nii 'rbor
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t nnArbo. x I ssxxusesi ix f.0 Smple D i i 1ih 1
Coaoperi i x' x'la; ldys xxx XII iiil r ,iiiii i Xxi e, Inix
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eph; Jayne Sample, . XX iInc.i :-_J~eW~r .Y;M reLlL
Owlif. lx leixix I uuiiixn' N i eIiind.xii r a; I- a ,ba lcr .Io((
IAoilie - V P l ii; lxx ui e l' le , hngxliiAlXii Arb'oIr;ii l i X L. i'. itie,
Ix rli; t xi iiSim i, bFoirt X'xyiie, ;ixrg. IElikhart, lxit1., I?'ii Iil,
Ind; if, XlIlrxeilfDorxan, Flint. ; Charlottei ;xviup. Xinn Xiirio'; Cx li i.
Bli'ert , mimin, Ill. XVxnlfee, DetritI) 'nill I xx
I I I Hot ILunches
11:00 -2:00
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Salads, Sandwirhes and
_ i .4 .. _Fouritain Sepivirr .
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The Importance of Having
the Right Costume!

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The Mr
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a real s'fX';i~L XX il

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The right costume? How
very important it is. And how
very important that her costume
expresa the newest and moat
authentic tendency of Fashion !
How necessary that the ward-
robe of those clever young
women who are the social lead-
ers follow the correct lines that
have been recognized as vogue
for 1926!
To choose your costume
properly demands minute at-
tention-but more than that it
requires shopping where gowns,
wraps, and all the things that
complete the costume are style
-and where there are indivi-
dual costumes for every type.
Such selection is possible in
Ann Arbor at

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si.igN reutricaitions. iere:iiina
You olii elections
213 ?gist Liberty St.-Worth the Ws'alk

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