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December 05, 1931 - Image 5

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The Michigan Daily, 1931-12-05

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PLANSTY LAW L Painter Is Called A FA R
~SORO111 I HOLD One ofutstanding 'S ET B
B U N 0K 5I0 ' omen of ara caji_ __ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _IRISHA6
"Cecilia Beaux is one of the most Apha Epsilon PhiMsRap ilrwehord.
Pi Beta Phi Will Sell Products capable adbrilliant pprprRalph Aigler were honored.o
for Bephia ofpWmennersthehandportrairmal3TMaarMrs.Cook.IPlyPoutn
f for enefit f omen rs theUnited States has ever had" initiation followed by a dinner last Tomorrow night the residents of Myr
of Sfouth - Today. satsAlice Booth in her article in night. Sepsil ome eeiiit ataCo r ntPhtheldnormal Plae
a recent issue of Good- Housekeep-r e; Estelle Aarons,. '323 Cleveland, their second informal dance of the,1I oo fttsSvnwmnwr nta-Mrh okaeetrann tT
fPi Beta Phi w ill hold. an exhibitlg, hist ofheers Ohio, Lsette Freund, 33, Detroit,- n oo ft
andwihi h at ftesre esn Ms laB tisn sale today of handwoven pro-WC Therese Neuwahi, 3.:, Altoona, Pa., sesn isAt .Akno, d tresses of the A
ducts of _the Pi beta Phi Settle- nmria' ..y.M iti-Dna ,oet34, lAerdeep, S. D., rets of the dormitory, and Miss bes of play pr
moent school in Tennessee. Proceeds guished Ltviiig Women. Jeannette Tha, '32, Lakata, N. D.,I Margaret Smith, social direct or e t41 '
from the sale will be tUsed frthe The works of Miss Beaux are Isabel Wolfstein, '35MV, Atlantic o act as chaperones at the afa, eaa :1 '
benefit of the women in the south- found in a dozen art galleries in City, -N. J., and Lucille Zarne, '3 he3,coaton' il b8ike in torhearenlot
eastern Tennessee mountains. this country and abroad, and she Milwaukee, Wisconsin.ThdeoainwllbinkpngtrTetelb
Th cho wsesalihdin has received numerous gold medals Chi Omega. with the Christmas motif and the The tea will br
Theionhoofwasresablishe music will be furnished by Don members of pla
kt t1912 in Gatlinburg, Tenn., to de- in appreciainfhetae. Chi Omega held a rushing din-Loian hiorhtr.herfedsr
1velop initiative and self dependence "She knows her craft, and she has net~ for 10 guests Thursday night. Sndyhftrnoite eglai etdsem
~.among the mountain people and to painted her portraits with a sym- Red and white was carried out in SumnthlymaleofthMgarthaiCok snllmee re
., >J4 .t hc ih ah n nisgtit hrc he color scheme in candles and will be held in the Blue room of the tre will be discus
j 4become a means of livihood. Act- ter that haye also been her own," flowers,ulig
ing as an agent, th e school created states the writer. She goes on to Th.ooiywse oanuc uyWdwrh 3,wl fe have an opporti:
furntur itThecubsartstrieryn Ui shsntownuce LuyWaswrPa.3, il f ts oeech
a ma rket for baskets, weaving, and tell of the erly lire an. training the pledging of Harriet Long, 33,sectosnthclo.LueC.tnsntete
fituethrough isalumnaeclbsof the atsof hrexperiences i ofe cion nteclo oieC ti xetdt
: and active chapters in the United Faris, and fialy her own studio in ofUinowP.;asworh, '33, will play the violin, repertoire thet
____________Sttes Delta G.amma. and Jane Tredniick will offer aI tages will be d
Wilbadfr'The handicraft work, because of Mis Beaux has painted potat D0elta Gamma held a faculty din- number of vocal selections. The green roo
Misrrit ne Thursday evening, at which tetaa ti
Mabel-Walker ilbdfr the flourishing market was organ- of many of the outtanding figures DenWt.hmhesadMs. Oaauiest' nol etesanda trsst
icr° assistant attorneyr general oflizedi under one roof in 1927 and t theheday.nn.1924Rse wasareanJon fn gr.nowma0hasninreatysen5rent ospand, atr oei
the Ln~ied States, ..who i isnrecting school building remodelled. It iseordethe au nsual4Ishenwaofac-'Humnphreys,DenJhR.Efgrno60,asicaed3prcntipn'tlkvr
the legal strateg for a California nowrnonea the Arourf iai n uslcontribute anif-par- Mrs. Effinger, Prof. Morris P. this year, the first it has been of the day. Won
in:bikconcern against a suit shop. Its pout r made entire- Tittioleyconandtea Mrs.or Tilleyy and Mr.an unerlmnicpal control. duction willpo
webrcprdcsaetrait to be hung in the Medci Gl -__,_and___Mr.__and__ under___ municipal______ou
under the Prohibition act. ly by hland in the homes along the l1evy at Uffizi in Florence. -
_____--Little Pgeon river. Today more Mis dohcndce inhe a-
Ithan 100 families in the vicinity are tidle that the outstanding quality
self supporting. o h ucs fCclaBea'x iS
In tra mu ra Is j In addition to the display of thesthsucs"aCilaiv
school, Mrs. Frederick B. Fisher shown in her "ability to live life
_________________will exhibit for sale someN silk beautifully."-
SCHEDULE shawls from. Jalpur, India. The'4
p roceeds will also be uisedy for the WILL HEOL.ID CARN1'IVAL IJ





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