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100 ENGRAVED CARDS
and PLATE $2.25
- Any Style -
DAVIS & OHLINGER
,09-111 East Washington St.
Phone 8132 Second Floor

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Enjoy genuine electric cooking
thi s I nexpensive Wdv~y--

Looking for a room
. . or looking for
someone to take a
room? Let the Daily
do your looking by
means of the classi-
fied ad columns ...
CALLA L
The Ad.-Taker
at
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ing combination sp ecially priced at
Here's NEWS! For the first time at
this- price, a high quality electric
cooking combination is ofered that
will do ANYTHING possible on a
small electric range, it will roast,-
bake, broil, fry and stew- electc-
ally. Consisting of a Kitcheil te ,
Grl, e c otb e D in ) Electric Casserole, this equl
Meleit brings you ALL the advan
tag6 s of' electric cooking at a
cost e ver y average flamily
can easily afford. It brings -
you all the deliciousness and health-,
fulne-s of modern waterless cooking, This is a special price for
with unequalled SEALED-IN flavor. the cooking combination
It brings you the, cleanliness and con. shown above. Ail three of
venience of an electric range at onlythaese appliances 2 the
a fraction of its cost. And best of a , K~itchenette Grill, Nesco
this 'cooking combination is so corn- Portable Oven and the
pact it will fit into the smallest Electric Casserole- may
apartment without difficulty, and be purchased separately if
operate from any light socket!? desired.
Reliable electrical appliances are sold by Hardware
Stores, Department Stores, and Electrical .Dealers.

THE DETROIT EDISON

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Religio0us Acivities,
FIRST METHODISTWeLYHL HILLEL
EPISCOPAL FOUNDATION
C H URC H E. W. Blakeman, Director cr .Ui.Ae n aln
State and Washington Streets Dr. Bernard Helier, Director
MinitersSunday, 6 '30 P.M.--Stud~ent Guild-
MinstrsMr. Gcrc.on Halstead will speak on
Frederick B. Fisher "Miltanrt Pacific im." * r
Peter F. Stair
6:30 P.M.-Grad Forum- Roy Buir-
roughs will leadh the discussion in 11:15 A.M.-Regular Sunday services
10:45-Morning Worship "On What is the Bible an Au- at the Women's League Chapel.
thority?" Rabbi Frederick H. Doppelt. of
Saginaw, Mich., will speak. Sub-
"WHY 11 BELONG TO THE ject: "The Religion of An Intelli-
CHURCH" 3:30 P.M.-Oriental-American Group gent Man."
Dr. Frederick B. Fisher "ua hn. 8:00 P.M.-Open Forum. Hillel Founi-
dation. Rev. Marley of the Uni-
7:30-.Evening Worship-= 9:30 A.M.-Classes for Freshmen and tarian Church will speak on "The
Upperclassmen, Common Ground of Unitarianism
"The Japanese Invasion of China" and Judaism."
Dr. Fisher
THE FIRST. FELLOWSHIP OF. FIRST BAPTIST
PRESBYTERIAN LIBERAL RELIGION CHURCH
Last Huron, West of State
CHURCHR. Edward Sayles, Minister
Huron and, Division Streets ' Howard R. Chapman, University
Merle H. Anderson, Minister State and Huron Streets Pastor
Alfred Lee Klaer, Associate Minister, 10:45 A.M. 9:30 A.M.--Church School. Dr. Logan,
9:30 A.M. - Student Classes at the Superintendent.
Church House, 1432 Washtenaw
Avenue. 10:45 A.M.-Morning Worship.. Mr.
"REASONS FOR AND FOR NOT Sayles will preach on the subject,
10:45 A.M.-- Morning Worship. BELIEVING IN GOD" "PREPAREDNESS AND EMER-
Rev. H. P. Marley GENCIES"
Dr. Anderson will preach on "The
Forgotten Factor -- Godf," the first 12:00 Noon-Students meet at Guild
in a new series on "Christ and the House. Mr. Chapman in charge.
Mvodern Crisis."
Student Discussion --7:30 P.M 6:00 P.M...-Devotional meeting.
5:30 P.M.-Social hour for young Messrs. Hopkins, Hirschy and Miss
people. Gladys Wolfe will speak. General
6:3. .M.Yong eoles metng. "Wllthe Social Gospel Work?" topic, "Jesus in Human Experi-
Alfred Lee Klaer will lead the dis8- Professor Lowell Carr Socia or n eas olo h
cusslon on "Where Shall We Get program.
Our Leaders?"

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ST. PAU L'S
LUTH ERAN
(Missouri Synod)
Third and West Liberty
C. A. Brauer, Pastor
Sunday, Jan. 8
9:30 A.M.-Chureh School

ZION L UTH ERAN
CHURCH
Washington'St. at 5th Ave.
E. C. StelihOrn, pastor
9 A.M.-Bible School. Lesson TOPIC:
"JESUS AT WORK"

BETHLEHEM
EVANGELICAL
CHURCH
(Evangelical Synod)
South Fourth Avenue
Theodore Schmaie, Pastor

9:00 A.MW.Bible School
10 :00 A.M.: Morning Worship.

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