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April 25, 1931 - Image 3

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Y, APRM 2I 5,1931

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Make your appoint-
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manent Wave now.
BLUE BIRD HAIR
SHOP
5 Nickels Arcade
Phone 9616

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of correct
Sport Clothes
will make you

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look forward to your next visit
the course.
The SPORTOWN or other models
Homespuns or Tweeds, tailored
ANGROCK for comfort as well
good looks.

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SAILOR

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SENIORS!

h the outstanding
Hat today.
Dana Richardson

PLACE YOUR ORDERS FOR
CAPS AND GOWNS.
Nickel's Arcade

In the Arcade

Just as we were walking out of
the Farmers and Mechanics bank
the other morning-and right here
we might stop to say that we are
neither a farmer nor a mechanic
although we spent a lot of time
trying to get the cap of our tooth-
paste tube out of the drain once-
who should we run into out Claude
Fitch on his way to voice lessons
in the music school, so naturally
we walked down the Arcade with
him to hear how he was getting
on with his voice. We heard.
That's the trouble with music stu-
dents-they spend half their time
vocalizing and the other half tell-
ing you what wonderful results
they get. But Clyde is a pretty
good sort even if he is a music stu-
dent. For one thing he knows how
to dress. He said he was going to
be late to class that morning just
because he insisted on running in-
to Van Boven's to ask Bill the price
of a suit in the window. We were
in a hurry to get down to the Post
Office (advt.) to buy one of the new
special-delivery stamps (advt.); so
we hurried on and left Bill and
Cliff going through the suits to-
gether. Bob Carson ran into us, of
course, coming out of his office.
He apologized by saying that he
was rushing madly trying to keep
track of all the engagements his
orchestras are making this spring
in addition to rehearsing. Bob
really needs a secretary.
He needs to be more careful of
people, too, for when he'd got out
of ear-shot, we discovered he had
managed to smashathe crystal of
our watch to bits, and so we took
it into the jewelers-the Arcade
Jewelers, you know-where we de-
cided that low as we were right
then, financially, we might as well
have it cleaned at the same time.
We had no sooner got out of the
jeweler's door, however, than we
caught a glimpse of Chuck popping
out of Van Boven's again; so we
dashed into the Betsy oss to avoid
him and also to buy a bag of that
swell English toffee. There we
found a couple of women (who
don't want to be advt'd in this
column and whose names we shall
therefore suppress), friends of ours,
resplendent in some new hats from
Dana Richardson's hat shop, drink-
ing cokes . . . . the women were,
that is . - . . drinking cokes, we
mean . . . . you get it? not the hats.
They were only too glad to see us
and let us pay the bill under great
protest, and then insisted on let-
ting us escort them down to the
Blue Bird Hair Shoppe where they
had appointments for permanents.
In front of the Rubley Shop they
stopped short before the window
and, with little squeals of delight,
made for the door, trailing us be-
hind them like a kite, a rather em-
barrassed kite, too. There we sat,
while they tried on half dozen
"charming" dresses, staring dis-
consolately at our shoes. The more
we stared at them, the worse they
looked, which finally gave us the
brilliant excuse that we had to or-
der a pair of shoes across the way
at the Murphy Boot Shop, and we
got away from them before they
had time to wish a second bill on
us. No sooner were we outside,
though, than we spied our old
friend Chet, who had' evidently got
side-tracked again, for he was just
emerging from Goodhew's Flower
shop with a gardenia in his button-
hole. That made us pretty good
and sore to think we hadn't shaken
him yet; so we quick dived into
Pat Hart's barber shop and got a
shine. We got lured into a hair-

cut, too, when one of the barbers,
looking at our month's crop, asked
us if we were in the Music School.
But anyway there's something com-
fortable about Pat's barber-chairs,
what with a good magazine and all.
By the time we got out of there
we felt certin of not meeting Clar-
ence again and walked with an as-
sured step over to the Post Office
(see above) for the stamp, but just
as we were going in the door, we
heard a cheery hail, and turning
about, saw him coming out of the
Caravan shop where he explained
he had been pricing an ash tray
for his desk. We suggested gentley
and firmly that he might be tardy
for his voice lesson, but he brightly
responded that he had decided not
to go that morning after all, which
left us too weak to think up any
more excuses; so we walked back to
Betsy Ross for a little talk and a

MEN'S
$14.00

WOMEN'S

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ALL SIZES IN STOCK

BOOTS~-

Mr php Boot Shop

NICKEL'S

ARCADE

terns by custom boot

Sterling Silver
Genuine Stone
9C

America's Premier Boot lin
resenting the latest styles anc

For Mother on Her Day

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GIVE CANdYJhI
Special h01e8 by Gilbert and Johnson

for EARLY SPRING

Sp ecii Priced

Saturday Only

Dial 5931, or

drop in and leave your order.

We will wrap and mail it for you.

The BETSY ROSS SHOP

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"We Deliver"

Beautiful Assortment
Necklaces
89c
Imported Cookie Jars
Good for Dutch Lunch
89c
Imported Tea Sets
$1.Q
Colonial Table Lamps
in Pewter Finish
$1.95
Other Lamps and Shades
2 Nickels Arcade
Opposite Post Office

Special Selling

Goodhew

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GIFTS

Gifts for Mothers' Day and gifts for
Graduation will be two important items
on your shopping list soon, and they
will be easily filled if you will let us help
you. There is no more lasting -nor more
appreciated gift than jewelry . . . it is
the ideal answer to your gift problem.

Flowers First
because
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When you need a good
h a i r c u t, shampoo, or
shine, get it at

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DIAMONDS

WRIST WATCHES

For today only a selected group
of new Spring dresses, many of
them as high as $16.75, will be
sold at only.
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GLOVE
SPECIAL
A specialtpurchase enables us
to offer these fine kid gloves
for today only at . -
$1.95
ONE LOT OF GLOVES OFF
ONE LOT OF SILK SCARFS
95Ct

ARCADE

BARBER SHOP

2-3559

NICKELS ARCADE

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Flowers Last

THE

"I' Going to the ank"
Once every day, at least, you hear the above
statement. And frequently it carries with it the
idea that this bank is the one in mind. No matter

FRATERNITY
AND COSTUME
JEWELRY

Flower's
every day
The day doesn't have to be
Easter in order that you may
have flowers in the house
they can make every day much
more pleasant, winter or sum-
mer. Start today and make it
a rule to have flowers in the
house every day.
PLACE ORDERS NOW FOR
MOTHERS' DAY

what the purpose of the visit, we can fulfill

it.

That is why when people say "I'm going to the
bank" they so often mean -

WATCH
REPAIRING

JEWELRY
REPAIRING

The Farmers and Mechanics Bank

ARCADE JEWELER

The
RUBLEY
SHOP

ANN ARBOR, MICH.

101-107 So. Mair St. Branch-330 So. State St.

oodhew' s
Nickels Arcade

Capital and Surplus $500,000.00

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