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May 04, 1929 - Image 3

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0SATURDAY, MAYt 4, 1929

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Theater, Cafeteria, Beauty Parlor,
Tea Room, And Many Unique
Settings Are Features
by P. R.
Beautifully furnished rooms and
halls, well equipped service depart-
ments, excellent facilities of mod-
ern type and construction, and
properly chosen accoutrements
from the basement to the fourth
floor . feature the interior of the
new Women's League building
which will be seen by many inter-
ested groups for the first time to-
Inspection of the building earlier
in the week revealed that every de-
tail throughout the structure had
received special attention by those
in charge with the result that the
completeness, the taste in furnish-
ings, and the adequacy of the va-
rious facilities can not Out impress
the visitor to the new home of the
Women's League.
Has Spacious Lobby
Two reception rooms form the
first view upon entering the build-
ing from the main entrance on In-
galls street. A spacious main lobby,
with numerous comfortable chairs,
occupies the space immediately in
front of the doorway. The floor is
of stone and inlaid tile in a neat
design. Opposite the lobby is the
information desk.
.To the right, along a hall in
which commodious lounging chairs
are placed at intervals, will be
found the entrance to a modern,
up-to-date beauty parlor under the
direction of a competent expert.
Specially constructed barber chairs
with black patent leather backs
and green trimming, all harmoniz-
ing with the general make-up of
the room, are striking points of in-
terest. Next to the beauty parlor isa
the tea room, which will be brought
into use with the Mortarboard ini-
tiation breakfast in the near fu-1
ture. Brilliantly colored tilesofd
purple, black, yellow, red, and
green hues form the floor, har- j
monizing with curtains of an ap-
propriate design.
Opposite the tea room, the vis-
itor will find the as yet un-named
cafeteria and the kitchen which
will prepare food for more than 400

pacity. A partition between the
serving line and the tables renders gui
the diners in the room free from e
1 noisy clattering of dishes on the
other side of the cafeteria.
At the opposite end of the hall is
situated the chapel shown in one
of the pictures on this page. Fine
oak panels and an altar of splendid
appearance lend an atmosphere of
quietude to this unusual room. The
remaining space on the first floor /
is occupied by the office of the gen- _ /
eral manager, Mrs. Z. B. Bowles, the
alumnae council offices, the W. A.
A. office and reception rooms, as
well as the box-office of the new
Room Panelled In Walnut
The main concourse for both mens
and women occupies the central er
position at the head of the stairs
on the second floor. Here, too, areI
found innumerable chairs, couches,
chaise-longues, love seats, and odd
pieces to invite visitors to tarry.
,Outstanding among the rooms done
in "grand style" is the Ethel Foun-
tain Hussey room in solid black
walnut. An exquisite parquet floor Fy rrAoN
is covered in part by an oriental
rug. Unusual chairs, some of French
design, are covered ,in rich mate- ples at social functions or to seatI
rials varying from needle-point several hundred at special gather- I
work to a wide range of upholster- ings from time to time is at one end
ings. Murals depicting famous of the second floor hall. An arched
[women in history will be placed on ceiling with decorative effects,
the sides above the panelling, ornate curtains, and cathedral
while three special murals showing stained-glass windows combine to
the ideal college girls are to be lo- give an effect which is extremely
cated at one ,end of the room just delightful to the eye. Committee
below the ceiling. It has been an- rooms and parlors occupy addition-
nounced that the space will be re- al space on the second floor of the
served for the exclusive use of wo- i building proper. It must be remem-
men. bered that the theater which has
Name Vanderburg Room
Both men and women will be al-
lnwed to Pnn the nfrtc of the

ding Chapel
ay , t . I { H
been previously described in these
columns takes a considerable por-
A Little Money Goes
A Long Ways
At Our 49th Anniversary Sale of
Now In Progress
Burr, Patterson and Auld Co.
603 Church Street

tion of space at one end of the' The library is, perhaps, one of unusual of bed-rooms is one dofie
- building. the crowning achievements of the in modernistic style with inlaid
On the same floor is situated the architects. Panelled in walnut, and mohagany and walnut furnitu1e
main dining room with its heavy planned with'a view for conveni- and cream marble handles aid
tile floor, its cleverly constructed ence and grandeur, the library is knobs. The modernistic theme is
furniture, and its well harmonized stately in appearance. Deep-seated adhered to in every piece in the,
drapes. The room will seat 125 per- chairs and couches as well as color- room. The fourth floor also boasts
sons conveniently and will be open ful drapes harmonizing with the "The Cave", a nook where spreads
to men and women. I upholstering add to the charming can be held amid quaint Wick r
Dining Rooms On Third Floor aspect of the room. furniture, below a ceiling with
The third floor is devoted to pri- Oriental rugs and mulberry and Gothic arches.
vate dining rooms, the alumnae blue embellishments contribute Shower rooms, individual beauty
room, and the library. The private the beauty of the alumnae room. A parlors for personal use, and store-
dining rooms are furnished in mel- duo-art piano is provided therein, rooms occupy the space in the base-
low, carefully blending colors, The room will be used for the first inent floor.
which lend a tone of serenity to time officially by the senior society
the rooms which will be used for at its initiation.
social functions of many different, r Have 22 Bedrooms UNIVERSITY OF NEVADA.-The
varieties. The rooms are arranged On the fourth floor, there are 22 relative bravery of the male and
to permit their use individually, in bed-rooms, each furnished in an female sex is undeterminable be
twos, or in groups, depending en- entirely different scheme of de- cause of the wide difference i4
tirely on the number to be accom- I'ign and colorings. The bed-rooms their respective traihing, according
modated: All the rooms overlook furnish real fascination to the per-
the inclosed garden at one end son interested in genuinely clever to Professor J. R. Young of the
of the building. use of color and furniture. The most psychology department.


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iut vue ojy ere comior is o Le
spacious room named by the Grand
Rapids alumnae to be the Mrs.
Hazel Vandenberg room in honor
of the wife of Senator ,ArthurI
Vandenberg. This room is in keep-
ing with the other accommodations
of the building and every effort ap-
pears to have been expended in
providing comfort amid most pleas-
ant surroundings.
An assembly room large enough
to accommodate 250 dancing cou-
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Phone 3432

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There's nothing
better for a crisp, quick lunch than
a-bowl of kellogg's Corn Flakes
with plenty of milk or cream and a
bit of fruit. Next time you're in a
hurry to make an early class or a
date try it and see how good it is*


The most popular cereals served
in the dining-rooms of American
colleges, eating clubs and fra-
ternities are made by Kellogg in
Battle Creek. They include Corn
Flakes, ALL-BRAN, Pep Bran
Flakes, Rice Krispies, Krumble's
and Kellogg's Shredded Whole
Wheat Biscuit. Also
Kaffee Hag Coffee-tcf h
-theyoffee that
lets you sleep.





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A Little Money Goes
A Long Ways
Our 49th Anniversary Sale
Now In Progress
Burr, Patterson and Auld Co.
603 Church Street





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