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WOOLENS FE ATURE NEW DRESS FOR
IST AY-AT-HOME HEAR THSIDE NIGHTS
Dinner for Two Dresges Are Gay crepe and topped with a little brown
As Summer Gardens and sleeved jacket.
A second of heliotrope crepe has
Starry Nights. a bolero acompaniment of pansy

Miss Ethel Hedrick of Ann Air- -purple crepe.
PARIS, Dec. 11.-(A'}-The stay-,
bor Discusses Magazinesv at-home dinner ashion's Velvet is also part of the mode.
atOneoof thennewer-fashson-shoos's
on Education. newest night time innovation. and of the newer-fashion- ous
has designed for the exotle wom-'an
Since shimmering satins and low a trousered gown of black velvet
A plan for informal monthly decollete are too formal array for with a yoke of -White crepe extend-
meetings with guest speakers was "dinner for two," Paris has design- ing into long streamers which may
decided upon at the meeting of the ed a new colorful informal for be wound about the wearer's arms
women interested in Education, hearthside evenings, or left floating from the shoulders.
held in the Elementary School Soft, Clinging- Materials. .
Thursday evening. A sleeveless bodice, a short jaclet Washington Debutante
Dr. George Carrothers of the Ed- and a full instep-length skirt are Uses Veil and Nosegay
ucation Department presided over the basis of the design. Cblors are
the discussion of organization, and bright and materials soft and cling- WASHINGTON -(R) -Decorous
various plans to bring together the ing to breate an effect of cozy conduct seems the rule for the 1931
- Iwarmth.
women in the Education school Wool as soft as eiderdown and capital debutante who goes to gay
were suggested. The committee WolaIota iedw n ae o e
elected to plan the January meet- as clinging as silk is a favorite Paree for her pert nose veil and
ing is Carolyn Wheeler, '32Ed., Ade- fabric for the stay-at-home dinner back to grandmother's day for her
laide Everett, '33Ed., Kathryn Hac- dress. demure nosegay..
ker, Grad. One of them is made in full pt Sometimes the latter is Made of
jama effect of deep blue wool with
The guest speaker of the evening a cluster of starry silver flowers. mignonette and heliotrope. The veil
was Miss Ethel Hedrick of the Ann It is worn with a matching waist- is the "greatest thing" to flirt
Arbor Public Schools, who discuss- length jacket topped with a scarf through--Afid how some debbies
ed the outstanding magazines deal- lined with silver cloth to wind it
ing with Education. Miss Hedrick about the throat.u
emphasized the importance of such Another dress for "dinner for But this deb limits h'er mischief

TEA WILL FEAT
Prof. J. A. C. Hikdner k<
Re'ading; Members of (
to Sing Carols.
Prof. J. A." C. Hildner of th
man department and memt
his classes will provide a p
of entertainment for the sec
the monthly teas sponsored
library committee of the
which will be held at 3:30
tomorrow in the Grand
room of the League.
Betty Gerhard, '32, chairn
the committee, is in charge
affair, and is being assisted b
Cowden, '33, and Susan Mane
'32. Tea will be served immi
ly after the program an
Bush, '33, newsocial chairs
the League, will pour.
Christmas is to be emphas
the. entertainment, and ma
miliar carols will be sung.
A series of popular son
open the program, includinr
olo, Sag Mir, Darling, Donna
and Zwei Herzen, after whic
Hildner will give a readin
Frer.sscifs novel, "Jorn Uh
Members of the group wi
tinue with Van Himmel hoc
,en Abend, gut Nacht, Herbe
Glaubigen, 0 Tannenbaum
frohliche, and Stille Nacht,
known selections.

magazines
cles which

by citing specific arti-
aid the teacher in meet-

ing the various problems encount-
ered in her work' Such problems
include teaching the very young
child to read, write, and count.
"The trend today," according to'
Miss Hedrick, "is to make the child
see and understand the usefulness
of what he is learning."
Miss Hedrick discussed the "ex-
hibit table" as used in the library
to stimulate and guide the interest
of the children in books which will
enrich their life. She used the
study of 'the American Indian as
an example. Pieces of Indian pot-
tery, rugs, and books on the subject
are arranged on a table in the li
brary in such a manner as to at-
tract the children to the books. In
this way the child acquires a back-
ground for the social studies of the
class room.

two" is designed of beige wool lace
finished with a little jacket of
brown crepe and a brown belt stud-
ded in front with a row of coral
silk roses.
Gay as Gardens.
t Some of the stay-at-home frocks
are as gay as summer gardens.'
One of them, designed with a
square-necked bodice and short
puffed, sleeves, is made of blue,
,green, rose and brown flowered

to her eyes. Her-feet move sedate-
ly.
There's no hoydenish prancing
and cavorting in the ball room as
there was a season or so ago.
Long skirts and hair are thought
to be partly responsible for the
change.
Every passenger entering Brazil
must be vaccinated or show a cer-
t ficate of recent vaccination.

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NEW DRESS
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In high colors and print
Moderately priced.
$10.00 and $12.5
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ELECTROCH EF
electric range.
No matter what the size of your
kitchen or your family, no matter
howlarge or how small your home
or apartment, there's Cn :EIectro-
chef model designed to fit it. One
of the four models shown here is
excl da ted to your require-
meats. lForihe kitchenette,there's
a range complete,"with four burn-
ers and full-size oven, requiring
floorspaceonly22incheswide and
25 inches deep. (The oven will
easily roast a 20-pound turkey.)
For kitchens where space is a less
important consideration, there's
thestandard Electarochef. For
larger homes,. there are the two-
oven four-burnerandthetwo-oven
six-buruer range. The smallest
kitchenette model is adequate
for 2 to 10 people,
nyu ~ a-b 1 S 3

Z50 Prs.Former $10 .00& $1100 Values--Choice $8 95AChBroken Lts
AND A PAIR OF FINE SILK H OSE FREE WITH EACH PAIR

When you buy Florsheims

you know

you are

getting Style and Quality

l Packar d and Selz shoes

$10 and $11 Shoes
Choice

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$8.50 and $9 Shoes
Choice
$649

200 PAIRS
$x.50 and $8.00 Shoes
Choice

75 PAIRS
$6 Shoes
Choice
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AT VERY
LOW PRICES
CHRISTMAS
SLIPPERS
All Styles Greatly

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