THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Mark H oliday
Earle-Minsel and Cook-
One of the interesting events on
the holiday social calendar in Detroit
was the wedding of Miss Harriet
Earle and Mr. Paul Minsel, which was
solemnized Monday night in the First
Presbyterian church. Both Miss Earle
and Mr. Minsel are former Michigan
Miss Earle chose a white satin
gown in an Empire style, the neck
being outlined with chiffon, which
extended to a V in back. Her .cap of
rose pointe lace was caught at the
neck with orange blossom, and a long
tulle veil fell in a train.
The bride was attended by Miss
Jane Decker as maid of honor, while
Miss Winifred Pike, '34, and Miss Lu-
cille Helferich served as bridesmaids.
They were gowned alike in Molyneux
models of satin with hats to match
models of satin with hats to match.
Blue, peach and pink were the colors
Mr. Roland Taylor was best man.
Ushers were R. Jamieson Williams,
Robert Manley, and Harold Andrea.
Mrs. Minsel was a member of the
class of '35, and was affiliated with
Alpha Phi. Mr. M se received his
degree in law from the university,
and was a member of Beta Theta Pi
and Phi Delta Phi.
Another wedding of interest to uni-
versity circles was that of Miss Vene-
ta Cook and Floyd Daugherty, of Bir-
mingham, during the holidays. Both
were former students here. Miss
GC, k Was a member of Kappa Alpha
Houses Plan Teas,
In spite of the imminent examina-
tion period and the onslaught of fin-
als, sororities will be kept busy dur-
ing these next few weeks with ex-
change dinners, faculty teas and re-
ceptions, and the like. Even the rush-
ing parties are being featured, as a
last "fBing" before the ten days of in-
Alpha Epsilon Phi will hold an ex-
change dinner Thursday night with
its neighbor sorority, Kappa Delta.
Sigma Kappa will entertain a few
rushees at dinner on Thursday, and
Sunday will turn its attention to
members of the faculty, whom it will
honor at tea.
Zeta Tau Alpha will also hold a
faculty tea on Sunday.
Christmas vacation and the includ-
ed festivities evidently have not
dampened the ardor of the women
students, who have returned to a
campus immersed in serious inten-
tions from now until J-Hop week-
ALPHA XI DELTA.
Saturday night a New Years Eve
dance was held for members living
in Ann Arbor, Detroit and nearby
towns. Decorations consisted of red
and white candles. Music was by
radio. Mrs. Myrtle Moore, house
mother, and her daughter Mrs. Wen-
dell Moore were chaperones. Refresh-
ments were served at midnight.
ALPHA OMICRON P1
Alumnae and patronesses of Alpha
Omicron Pi sorority are to hold a
bake sale and bridge party for the
benefit of the active chapter.
Michigan Dames Club
Initiates New Members
Thirty women were initiated into
the Michigan Dames Club at cere-
monies held at 8 p.. m. Tuesday in
the Grand Rapids room of the
League, The initiation was followed
by a social meeting in honor of the
Mrs. Howard Wilson, president'of
the organization, conducted the cere-
mony, assisted by Mrs. Martin Ben-
son, Mrs. Charles Elliott and Mrs.
Paxker, Sheafferi, atern n,
Conklin, etc., $1.00 alnd up.
A large and choice assoru ent
314 S. State St., An arbor.
Kin Of Daniel Boone
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Eleanor Boone of New York and
Palo Alto, Cal., the fifth granddaugh-
ter of Daniel Boone, historic fron-
tiersman, is a student at Smith Col-
During the Christmas holidays Miss
Helen Parmenter, '30, was married to;
Leslie W. Kindred, '28, at the home
of Mrs. Kindred's brother in Muske-
gon. Mrs. Kindred is a secretary in
the oface of the Dean of Women, andj
Mr. Kindred teaches Social Studies
at Mack Junior High School. After
the wedding, held Dec. 24, Mr. and,
Mrs. Kindred left for Chicago, re-
turning to Ann Arbor last Friday.
They will live at 315 N. Thayer street.
Miss Alice Lloyd, who has been vis-
iting her brother, Dr. Putnam Lloyd'
of New York, over the holidays, is,
expected back today.
Miss Jeanette Perry spent the va-
cation at her home in Grand Rapids,
and Miss Ethel Crmc went to
her home in Detroit. Mrs. Byrl Fox
Bacher remained in Ann Arbor.
Miss Ellen Stevenson returned Dec.
27 from Parkersburg, W. Va., where
she visited her brother, Mr. George
Stevenson. Miss Dorothy Ogborn
spent the week before Christmas at
her home in Saginaw.
A'A. Women's Club
H on o r s Founders
Founder's Day was observed at a
aifter-holiday meeting of the Ann
Arbor Women's Club at 2:30 p. m.
Tuesday in the main ballroom of the
League. Many charter members of
the club attended.
Mrs. Florence Leslie, past presi-
dent of the organization, assisted-by
other past presidents, was in charge
of the program. A feature of the
afternoon's entertainment was a dra-
matic reading, "The House Beauti-
ful," by Mrs. Allison Ray Heaps.
Mrs. U. G. Rickert, chairman of
the music section of the club planned
a musical program especially ar-
ranged to honor the founders and
early workers of the group.
Lombardo, Jones, Lopez,
Kay, Duchin, Olson and
King Are Possibilities
Decision of the orchestra for the
J-Hop is expected by Jan. 9, it was
announced yesterday by Charles W.j
Jewett, '34, general chairman.
Among the bands under considera-
tion by the committee at the present
time, according to Jewett, are Guy
Lombardo's, now playing at the
Roosevelt Grill in New York, Isham
Jones', Eddie Duchin's of the Central'
Park Casino, Wayne King's, now
playing at the Aragon ballroom in
Chicago, Vincent Lopez,'s, now at the?
Congress Hotel in Chicago, Georgey
Olson's, at the Hotel New Yorker,1
and Herby Kay's.
Tickets for the dance, to be held
Feb. 10, will go on sale early next
week, Robert Saltzstein, '34, treas-
urer and chairman of the ticket com-
mittee, said yesterday. They may be
bought at any of several points to
be announced later, he said.
Lists of patrons and patronesses
for the affair will be announced soon,
according to Jewett.
A decoration plan for the intra-
mural building ballroom conceived by
Francis Palms, '33A, chairman of the
decorations committee, has been ac-
cepted by the committee and will be
placed on display soon.
A budget for the dance is being
drawn up at the present time and
will be submitted to the next meeting
of the committee.
Kappa Beta Pi Sorority
Celebrates Founder's Day
Xi Chapter of Kappa Beta Pi, in-
ternational legal sorority, celebrated
Founder's Day, Dec. 15, by a formal
dinner held in the League in honor
of its patronesses. Those present
were: Mrs. Henry M. Bates, Mrs. Paul
A. Leidy, Mrs. Edwin D. Dickinson,
Mrs. John B. Waite, and Miss Kath-;
erine C. Murray, patronesses.
. Helen Willett, '33L, Gale Saunders,
'33L, Lynne Fowler, '33L, Dora Polk,
'33L, Katherine Kempfer, '33L, ac-
tives; Mary Enders, '35L, Dorothy
Goldberg, '35L, and Edna Miller, '35,
Club Fetes National
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CE1 FwlIMiss Emily Kneubuhl, national ex- . Motion Nctures: Michigan, "Fast
ecutive secretary of the Business and Life." with William Haines; Majestic,
Professional omln's ClUb, was guest "Life Begins," featuring Lortta
Spain's Piaefhoat Back BrorwGlnyeo" hldat. ;,12:15 Yong-
F t 'it~ - , z~ R ig 9d'Eioxvu# t c 11r p. in. Tuesday Ji the Russian Tea1
-I N° room of the League by members of Functions: Tea, a. Presbyterian
# eeIn I~x the Pain Arbor branch of that or- Church, 4:30 to 5 :30 p. m
ganization. Dances: Tea dancing, League, 3
Sport Wools iss Kneubuhl came directly from to 5 p. m.
Chicago where she has been arrang-
ing for the club's regular national
By CAROL J. HANAN biennial meetins; which is to be held Mlosher -Jordanl1 To H (
in July. She talked to the members WFormalF
concerning plans so far completed.
littleest and then again it may be on eco- Mosher-Jordan's winter formal will
tseriht new-looking woolly nomic problems and the help profes- take place Friday. The affair is to
dressestihat hnvew-eppedkingsupysional women could be to the men in be an open dance between the two
daeeu t ieven class seem en- solving those problems, halls with an orchestra in each hall.
tertaining, although we should prob- The next meeting of the club will Max Gail's and Ted Kopke's orches-
ably attribute our enthusiasm to the be on Jan. 10. The program is under tras will probably play. The dance
pale blue wool dress with the funny the direction of the chairman of the will last from 9:00 to 1:00.
sleeves that stick out by means of a legislation committee, and includes a
.Inarrow pleated ruching and military formal talk 'What Becomes of Our
brass buttons down the front. It was Dollar," followed by a general dis- 100 ENGRAVED CARDS
seen in the front row cussion. and PLATE $2.25
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Still, 1933 has all appearances of DAVIS & OHLINGER
being a grey year. Everybody has Approximately one person of every 109-111 East Washington St.
turned quarter-like with grey wools, 12 inhabitants is treated i hospitals Phone 8i32 Second Floor
crepes and even chiffons. The wools of the United States annually. I
with their leg o' mutton sleeves and
close necklines are smart with tiny
- brown or grey turbans, and whoever
thought we'd be wearing brown with
- grey and liking it? One of the nicest
,restaurant dresses seen during vaca- W atch for
-Associated Press Photo tion was of heavy grey crepe with
Seniorita Allela Martinez Arollano tiny puffed sleeves, a close neckline
was chosen as the girl with the pret- that buttoned down the back and a
tiest back in Spain at Madrid. high Empress Josephine line-she
- was petite and could wear -it. The
hat was a fiat little affair of grey
League Billiards Class velvet that dipped over her right eye
Will Be Held For Womenand had a wide circular brown veil.
We have turned tables this year.
A billiards class for women is a Grey, the standby spring color, has
featre eldevey Tursay t 2gone winter. Watch out for black
p. m. in the League games room and white this spring, for it's going!,
under the sponsorship of the Wom- to rival the ever-present blue.
en's Athletic Association: Mr. Wil-
liamson, instructor in billiards at the More than thirty million pounds
Michigan Union, -is in charge of the of tobacco were sold at the Green-
class. ille, N. C., market last year.
A few more women interested in
learning billiards and who would like
to enter the class may still do so,
according to Billie Griffiths, '35,
chairman of the games room. (.o Al y .i h
OPEN HOUSE IS SUCCESS
According to Miss Ethel McCor-
mick, League social director, the open
house held before the Christmas holi-
days was a complete success. Between
4500 and 5000 attended, 400 crowding
the grill room alone.
A second and similar open louse is
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Turbans and swagger styles..
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