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April 22, 1933 - Image 5

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Colorful Gowns Seen At Bei
Barbour And Gamma Phi

Plan Dances,
Initiation For
This Week-End
New York Bowery To Be
Theta Chi Dance Setting;
Sorority Formal Held

INovel Street Dress

Fashion Show To
Feature Gowns By
Exchange Workers


At Ball

Sororities and fraternities on cam-
pus will be active this week-end.w
Kappa Kappa Gamma initiation,,
Qamma Phi Beta formal dance, andf
the traditional Theta Chi Bowery
Dance will be the main events.f
Patroness dinners, teams, and visits
of alumnae, interest sororities. tl
Alpha Chi Omega will honor its
Ann Arbor alumnae and patronesses s
Sunday at a tea. Mrs. Chester
Barnes, Mrs. Roy Sellars, and Mrs.,
Harold Trosper will preside at the;
tea table, and Mrs. Howard McCusky,
Mrs. John Mathes, and Mrs. Boone
Gross will assist in the receiving
line. Ivory tapers and tulips will3
ornament the table.
Dorothy Hood and Berna Link are
spending the week-end in Detroit.;
Cecelia Melody is visiting her par-
ents in Wyandotte over the week-
Alice Botter leaves Monday for
Iowa where she will participate in
the National Oratorical Contest. She .
will present a paper on "The New r..,.
Woman." Associated Press Photo
DELTA ALPHA EPSILON Anna B. Miles, New York society
Delta Alpha Epsilon will hold its girl, is pictured strolling along Fifth
Founders Day Banquet Friday, with Avenue. She is wearing a black, red
A. A. Fredericks and H. L. Selemier and white silk jacket. The same
as principal speakers. material is used in the dress and is
DELTA CHI -cinbined with black silk crepe.
Delta Chi honored Judge Samuel
Seabury last night at a reception. Tea Dance Held At
Prof. Paul M. Cuncannon of the po-
litical science department was also Jordan Thursday
GAMMA PH7 BETA Women residents and their guests
Miss Elizabeth Watson, Mrs. Vene- danced to the music of Max Gail,
trius Burdon, '32, and Miss Dorothy pianist, at a tea dance held Thurs-
Seems, '35., all of Detroit, will be day afternoon at Jordan Hall. Mary
guests at Gamma Phi Beta sorority 'Earnshaw, '35, who was in charge
for the week-end. They will attend of the arrangements used yellow jon-
the formal dance being given at the quils as table decorations.
house. Mrs. Alfred White, Mrs. Alexander
KAPPA KAPPA GAMMA Ruthven, and Mrs. Byrl Fox Bacher
Kappa Kappa Gamma will hold poured. Women who assisted in serv-
Initiation this afternoon for Peggy ing were Rene Krause, '33, Jeanette
Connellan, '36, Ann Arbor; Betty eAlbracht, '33, Grace Esther Schroe-
Conner, '36, Detroit; Catherine der, '36, Agnes Hanna, '35, Florine
Thompson, '34, Newton Highlands, Isgrigg, '33, Lillean Magasiner, '36,
Mass.; Barbara Schoetz, '34, Mil- Marion Anderson, '36SM, Mary Lou
waukee, Wis.; Alice Hannon, '36, Burgess, '35, and Janice Rice, '35.
Erie, Pa.; Irene McCausey, '36, De-
troit; and Louise French, '36, Bay .ir T .i.i
City. -h e ae'1'0 Visit
The active members will honor
the new initiates with a banquet at French University
7 p. m. today, at which time the in-
itiates and speakers at the banquet Word has been received here that
will be presented with corsages. Prof. Hugo P. Thieme, chairman of
White carnations on blue stock the department of Romance Langu-
will carry out the decoration scheme, ages, will represent the University
THETA CHII of Michigan at the five-hundredth
Theta Chi is entertaining at a anniversary of the founding of the
Bowery Ball tonight. The members University of Poitiers, in west cen-
and their guests will dance in a tral rance.
setting of the New York Bowery to Professor Theme is in France at
the rhythms o~f Chuck Bricker's or- present time havin b rant
chestra which played at this year's the present time, having been grante
Frosh Frolic. ed sabbatical leave from his duties
Guests attending will be Joy Stew-- here in order to gather material
art, '34, Phyllis Fuhry, Grad., Mar- for and write a book on French liter-
garet Reed, Detroit; Marilla How- ature. The University of Poitiers is
one of the oldest universities in the
land, '34, Alice Cleveland, Ann Ar- world, having been founded in 1433.
bor, Jane $ervs, '36, Betty Spray, The foundation celebration will be
'5Josephne3Krisler,. Detroit, Mary held about the middle of June.
Lou Hanel, '34, Margaret Ballard, hedbotth mddeofJue
'36, Josephine Hadley, '36, Elizabeth
McCoy, '36, Rose Mary Look, De- Leonard Wilson will act as chaperons.
troit, Marie Ronde, Detroit, Ellen THETA XI
Jane Cooley, '34, Marion Look, De- Richard H. McCreary, Staten
troit, Gladys Schneider, Detroit, Island, N. Y., will be a guest at the
Sally Lytele, Ann Arbor, Dorothy j Theta Xi house until Wednesday.
Schmidt, Detroit, Constance Giefel,
'33, Betty Covert, Ann Arbor, Mar-
garet Culver, Ann Arbor, Dorothy STAD I UnM' R I DI NG
Norris, '33, Charlotte Whitman, '35,HACADEMY
Helen Barrett, Detroit, Jane Cissel,
'34, and Ann Knight, '34. S. Main and Keech Sts. Ph. 22266
Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Devinney of Attendant at Stables at All Times
London, Ont., and Mr. and Mrs.

Models wearing dresses actually de- I
signed for their wearers will be a
unique feature of the fashion show
to be held in conjunction with the .
third tea honoring various artists ofj
the Student Art Exchange, to be held
The dresses will be several of those;
designed and made by Frances
Young, who, as a member of the Art a .
Exchange, is being feted at the tea
Sunday. Miss Young, although not .
an artist in painting or etching, will
:ontribute her share of color and art
.n her own particular line.F
Starting a shop in the League I
shortly after the Art Exchange had -}
its beginning, Miss Young established
herself in what was formerly Lounge
Two of the League and fitted out Carl Moore, whose orchestra will
the room for a cutting, fitting, and r:lay for the Military Ball. Moore
finishing room. and his orchestra have made success-
In keeping with the times Miss ful appearances ic' Cleveland and
Young has introduced a new feature various Chicago hotels.
in her shop. A customer may bring,
her own plan of the gown, and Miss K irk-Talhehn
Young will tell her how much mater-
ial to get, then drape the material
without a pattern in the style de- M a riaale eld
sired, cut and baste it, and then theI
customer does the rest.rNaturally, EasterSund
says Miss Young, the price of the
gown is reduced a great deal and
the customer who can sew a little bit Announcement has recently been
has saved herself money. eceived of the marriage of Miss
With wood-buttons, and embroid- Marjorie Kirk, '32SM, to Calvin B.
ery so much in evidence, Miss Doro- Talhelm, '33L. The ceremony was
thy White also has plenty to do. Miss solemnized at the home of the bride's
White takes orders for wood-buttons parents, Mr. and mrs. Arthur C.
either plain or carved, and: then Kirk at 1 p. m. Easter Sunday.
stains them herself to the shade For the ceremony the bride was
desired. With the new craze for or- attired in a gray suit with green and
gandy she has also done quite a bit graccessore ecarried a cor-
of embroidery work on organdy col- sage of white roses and sweet peas.
lars and cuffs. Her only attendant was Miss Lucile
All of this work will be displayed Brower who wore a blue suit with
in the show Sunday. Two of the most matching accessories. John Talhelm
outstanding gowns to be shown, are, brother of the groom, acted as best
a turquoise blue convertible evening man.
dress which is to be worn by Mrs. Following the wedding breakfast
Ross Bittinger. Another blue, this which was served immediately after
one royal blue in a tailored street the ceremony, Mr. and Mrs. Talhelm
dress with simple white organdy returned to Ann Arbor where they
bands for trimming, will also be will reside at 822 Arch St. Mr. Tal-

Pastel shades prevailed among the nent. while pink was a very popul
,/ gowns seen at the Betsy Barbour . color, Martha ClIapman, and Eliz
A ttrartwve Dresses, spring foimal last night. Decorated beth Dusseau wearing pink organ
with spring flowers and tapers, the while Marion Schmdt and Elo
Sits xiA pe flrea At variety of shades produced a charm- Moore wcr attired in satin of t
ing effect. same 'hade. Jean Shaw's dress
fartn COOk{ Tea Chaperoning, Mrs. Leona B. Diek- !1Oty mousseline de soie eatui
ema and Iiss Kathleen Hanm were a mi'ita]ry cape trimmed down t
gowned 'n bright-flowered ro' gh 'ront 1 ith a row of tiny brown bi
Spring suits, predominately of grey, crepe and flowered mousseline de i tons, and Virginia Allmand's go
were in evidence among the guests respcctiveiy. Lucille Root, '34, in the same material in white b
at the MarthaE Cook tea yesterday af- spc(ive, cl h%'1C WsV
ternaoon. The hostesses, on the other charge of ,the affair, was charming a small bolro Jacket which was vt
hand, favored gay prints for the in apple green, with a beaded ha. effective.
grated par y rsfness-back. Yellow taifeta, girdled by Margaret Spencer's dress of h3
greater par braided orchid velvet, was chosen by cinth blue chiffon, with its deep c
Mary Jane Crockett combined a Sally Stapleton, '35. Miriam Root, of sequins was especially strikii
dark brown, three-quarter length '33, dormitory president, appeared Adelaide Crowell's green net seem
jacket with a tailored dress and trim attractively gowned in pink lace, the very cool and summery, while 1
hat of grey, while Betty Davis' out- contrast provided by a blue velvet darker shades were represented
fit featured a flattering collar of grey sash. Ellen Jane Cooley's red gown a
squirrel. Louise Crandall and Betty Flowing mousseline de soie in a Margaret Beckett's gold crepe.
Bowman also chose smartly plain print of pastel flowers, worn byt-
grey ensembles. Kathleen Carpenter, '35, was orna-kc
Margaret Ballard, recently elected mented by a pink tie, fastened with e er
head of the Freshman activity, ap- a large flower. Betty Bowman, '36, 1
peared in a brown and yellow print. chose a frock of crinkle crepe in aj For tate Meetn
A perk, beige straw hat completed soft pink shade, the decollette
her costume. A print of brown and trimmed with beading. The style of Dean J. B. Edmonson of the Sch
white was selected by Elizabeth Long, printed silk was illustrated by the
and Frances McCarthy wore a smart gown of Elizabeth Nicol, '36, the of Education, will be one of the pr
yellow and black figured dress. cowl neckline being adorned with cipal speakers at the .Michigan Cc
Jean Perrin, general chairman of royal blue velvet. gress of Parents and Teachers ti
the open house, was gowned in a Friday's spring-like atmosphere will be held Wednesday through F
nhafar t int fn hinta d sfft s 4rpfleted in the Powxnps aein qt f-Av"ak ii Jno kn H-o




cnarreuse pr iiasi onea on soiI U wasIJ1InU r...uAn..Xe gUIb see auto day t f nextULweeK 11 .l n ac Lsn. IieJ Wl
lines, while Helen Hellmuth, house the formal dance given at the address the meeting on the subject,
president, was attractive in a blue Gamma Phi Beta house last night, "Taking Inventory of Your Commun-
gown with tiny white sleeves and where pastel shades and light mate- ity."
collar. Margaret Sabom chose an un- rials prevailed. Organdy and mous- Two other Ann Arbor men have a
usual blue featuring a diagonal seline de soie were especially promi- prominent part in the convention.
stripe, and Barbara Casper had on Dr. Peter Stair, associate pastor of
a grey crepe. carried out the suggestion of grey the First Methodist Church, will
Betty Schulcter wore a soft lace on the sleeves in her hat and shoes. speak at the men's breakfast Thurs-
blouse with her grey suit, though Miss Alice Lloyd and Miss Ethel day on "What Next?" Dr. William
Patricia Kelly relieved the severity McCormick poured for the first part M. Robinson will lead one of the
of a very tailored outfit with a blouse of the afternoon and Miss Jeannette panel conferences that will be held
hat of rough straw and a red purse. Perry and Mrs. Byrl Bacher poured throughout the three days for dis-
Louise Crouse's light blue ensemble from 5 to 6 p. m. cussion of general problems.


; -"offer ample proof
that you CAN shop
wih economy and yet enjoy

' 4

Zeta Phi Eta 1Play
Will Be Presented'
Delegates from the Michigan chap-
ter of Zeta Phi Eta will go to Chi-
cago in June to present a play before1
the National Convention of the dra-
matic sorority, according to Mary
Helen McIntosh, '34, newly elected
president. Tryouts for the cast will
be held next week.
Mrs. Mary Kent-Miller Tennant of
Brooklyn, New York, former sponsor
of the local chapter and well-known
in Ann Arbor, is to visit here in May.
Adelia Cheever Honors
Its Members' Birthdays

nelm will complete his senior year
in the Law School this June.
Where To Go
Motion Pictures: Michigan, "Pick
Up;" Majestic, "King Kong;" Wuerth,
"The Big Stampede."
Exhibits: Ann Arbor Art Associa-
tion presents selected paintings from
the Forty-Fifth Annual American Ar-
tist's Exhibition from the Art Insti-
tute of Chicago, 1 to 5 p. m., Alumni
Memorial Hall.-
Performance: "Juniors On Parade
presented under the auspices of the
King's Daughters, 2:30 and 8:30 p.
in., Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre.
Dancing: Union Ballroom; League

reai quanity distinction

. . .

Get Into the Swim
of Spring in a

o i f

The members of Adelia Cheever
House entertained their president,
Olo Collins, '33, with a birthday din-'
ner last night. Other women whose
birthdays come in April were also
honored. The decoration scheme of
spring flowers and yellow tapers was
arranged by Jane Law, '34. j

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