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prominent at dance
(Continued from Page 1) star, while deep burgundy satin was
decollete, the color being oyster white worn by Beverly Weaver, of Detroit.
Gale Sterling and John Garrels, co- Margaret Ballard, prominent in
chairmen of tickets, had as their sophomore activities, wore a cocktail
guests Elizabeth Shafer, Grosse jacket of silver sequins over her char-
Pointe, and Valerie Smith, Grosse treuse crepe grown, and Carol Hanan, THE SHY T HE es
Isle, respectively, women's editor of The Daily, was in FELLOW WIT -
Elizabeth Shigley, East Lansing, green bagheera crepe. Her gown was
was the guest of Charles Brownson, quaint with an off-the-shoulder
'35. Evelyn Dirr, Toledo, O., came neckline accented by a wide ruffle 'e iaorcier or.
with Sidney Frankel, co-chairman of and by two large emerald green clips.
publicity. Among the other prominent cam-
Anne unba, comittewoma, Lat nih tth J-iiojthey h~co-d,nyo'
Anne Dunbar, committeewoman, pus women seen was Mary Louise J 1 ook oycoat ,and shirt, beit th'y
arrived with Harold Beecher, Jr., Kessberger, gowned in black crepe md and tore dot the decoration when
'35A. Miss Dunbar wore green crepe with sequin trimming. Also in black ,yittle Giant and dashed th
which featured a sequin cowl and were Kathleen Carpenter, who chose f gse my Little Sitnt eory day of my ie, and
sequin trimming around the low back. moire cut with a high neckline and THE ROuE I find that it gives me that itgor and ash
Samuel Hazleton, Jr., chairman of a brilliant band adorning the decol- nth hthe id-ered, - ga-go ist oL trgimy
the booth committee, had as his guest lete and Madelyn Coe, who wore moss iea0 anoyed hotg-diiy at te soty.
aket ot here at th big State Uotoe ity.
Sara Melhop, Dubuque, Ia., and crepe with contrasting white pleating
Marie Tuttle, Jackson, attended with at the square neckline. Gratfully,
Bill Wangner, member of the floor Jane Bassett selected an unusual
committee. crepe of aquamarine, with adorning
Others who attended with commit- flowers of a deeper shade.
tee members were Doris Otter,
Bloomfield Hills, and Jane Anne
Stabler, Lansing, who were the guests the patrons
of Carl Marr and Robert Kraft. Vir- (Cootined Lern Page 5)
ginia Staebler, Lansing, and Marjorie Mrs. Clare E. Griffin, Dr. and Mrs.' N*
Hennigar, Detroit, arrived with G. Carl Huber, Dean and Mrs. Ed-
Stuart Swanton and Larry Wines. ward H. Kraus, Dean Alice Lloyd, aTON
Also seen in the grand march were Dr. and Mrs.,Frederick G. Novy,CHEERE
Grace Mayer, president of the Dean and Mrs. Herbert C. Sadler,(0
League, who wore a burnt orange lace Dr. and Mrs. Marcus L. Ward, Prof. P-ER AI, ANN
with belt, shoulder rolls, and tiara and Mrs. Emil Lorch, Dr. and Mrs. TIMNQ GETS
all of chartreuse velvet, and Maxine Charles A. Sink, Dr. and Mrs. EarlIN TRIM FOR
Maynard, president of Wyvern, whose V. Moore and Dr. Frank E. Robbins.THEB
gown, also of lace, was black and fea- Prof. and Mrs. Wilber R. Hum- EVENT
tured a silver flower at the base of phreys will be among the guests, with
the very low decolletage. Prof. and Mrs. Alfred H. Lovell, ANT ALCE UNCLE JOE
White was chosen by several prom- Mrs. Byrl Fox Bacher, Dr. and Mrs. EARB IN A P'ILO0QNIiCLL0
inent campus women. Margaret Beck- Fred B. Wahr, Miss Jeanette Perry, STUNNIN& NEW WTCHE STUDENT
ett, chairman of the point system Walter B. Rea, Mr. and Mrs. Ira M. L R 3
committee, and Margaret Martindale, Smith, Dr. and Mrs. Jesse S. Reeves,
student director of the Glee Club, Prof. and Mrs. James K. Pollock, and
both used red velvet to ornament Prof. and Mrs. Fielding H. Yost.
their simply cut gowns, while Marie
Heid, dance chairman of J.G.P., wore Signia Nu
white velvet with a lace yoke and The list of Sigma No J-Hop guests
long lace sleeves. Virginia Lee also includes Virginia Pelhank, '35; and
wore white with a beaded jacket. Mary Agnes Swanwick and Nancy
A more colorful note was struck by Ellen Reed, both of Ann Arbor.
the light orange crepe ornamented by __
rhinestone straps worn by Marian
Giddings, vice-president of the More Zeta Psi
League, and by the maroon gown Additional guests of Zeta Psi are
trimmed with flowers of blue and Lois Rosenberry, '35; Betty Beury,
maroon which was chosen by Mary Charlestown, W. Va.; and Avis Pitts,
Anne Mathewson, last year's J.GP '35.
employs more people than all other
A SPEC IA L job printing establishments in Ann
Arbor combined. Our people are
TEA DANCE paid an average hourly wage rate
equal to and in many cases for ex-
, to > o'Clock ceeding the union wage scales pre-
SATURDAY AFTERNOON vailing in other Ann Arbor printing
plants. There is no labor trouble
among our one hundred employees.
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