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THE ICH-IGAN DAILY

SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 6, 1926

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J- HOP FLOWERS
THE girls with the most beautiful
corsages, the houses most at-
tractively decorated, will obtain
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-
rangements.
Ann Arbor Floral Co.
Store 122 E. Liberty Dial 6215

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The Importance of Having
the Right Costume!
The right costume? How
very important it is. And how
very important that her costume
express the newest and most
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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