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December 15, 1935 - Image 13

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MONDAY, DEC. 16, 1935

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Many Parties
Scheduled For
Coming Week
Christmas Activities Will
Fill Sorority, Dormitory
M\any of the dormitories and sor-
ority houses are planning Christmas
parties during the coming week. Spe-
cial programs will be held, and gifts
will be exchanged.
The annual Christmas party will
be celebrated by Helen Newberry
dormitory this Wednesday. Elsa Van
Slyke, '35, and Betty Quarton, '37,
will be in charge of the program. The
board of directors and their families
have been invited.
To Give Play
The traditional Christmas play,
Saint George and the Dragon will be
presented by members of the fresh-
man class, under the direction of
Helen Jane Barr '38, and the charac-
ters will include, the dragon, Eleanor
Skiles, St. George, Ruth Harris; the
doctor, Edith Hooker; the Turk,
Blanche Tobin; Little Jack the Giant
Killer, Florence Rogers; and Father
Christmas, Eleanor McCoy. Harriet
Dean and Norma Curtis will carry the
boar's head in, while Janet Park will
sing the boar's head song.
Caroline Salsibury, '36, is in charge
of the Morse Old English dances who
enter during the play and include
Betty Lauer, '38, Jane Mougey, '39,
Frances Baker, '39, Dorothy Goebel,
'39, Johanna Van Zanen, '38 and Miss
Salisbury. Elaine Bubis, '38M, is in
charge of the music and Mary Mor-
rison, '38M, will direct the carolers.
Afterwards Santa Claus will distrib-
ute gifts to everyone, which will be
sent to the Children's Hospital after
the evening is over.
Mosher Jordan
Large shapely Christmas trees with
multicolored lights decorate the
lounges and dining rooms at Mosher
Jordan dormitory. At the desks are
diminuitive trees adorned with blue
lights, and in the windows are Christ-
mas candles.
Wednesday night both halls will
hold their Christmas parties. Mosher
is planning a program after their
Christmas dinner, and Jordan is go-
ing to have an informal dance at
which thirty guests will be enter-
tained. At midnight a group of carol-
ers sing in the halls.
Betsy Barbour is giving a Christ-
mas party Wednesday night, inviting
ten children from relief families for
dinner, as well as entertaining mem-
bers of the board of directors.
After dinner, the girls in the dorm-
itory are presenting a Christmas play,
which was written by two students.
There will be a Santa Claus who will
distribute presents to the relief chil-
dren. Doricie Suffrin, '38, is in
charge of the function.
Chi Omega is having a dinner Wed-
That fllwa

Called Flying Diana


ways Acceptable Cosm etics KAPPA KAPPA GAMMA quet was held. Mrs. . E. Hunt pat- pALPHA XI DELTA
[cteKappa Kappa Gamma wishes to roness, as well as several Ann Arbor Alpha Xi Delta announces the in-
-, announce the initiation of Betty Ann alumnae, among them Miss Sadie itiation of Jane Peckinpaugh, '38,
Solve Christm as Gift D ifficulties 1Fauver, '38. Jane Dole, '36, Nelson Power and Miss Virginia Peasley, Cleveland, and Dorothy Slatcher, '37,
(Pei-sons, '37, Frances Rice '37, Bar- attended. Detroit.
0-_!_bara Luitts, '36, and Doris O'Grady.

-Associated Press Photo
Marguerite Moore of Bridgeton,
N. J., as chosen as the most per-
fectly proportioned stewardess rid-
ing the air lines and was awarded
the title "Flying Diana."
nesday night for the alumni of the
sorority and a Christmas party
Thursday for the members.
Collegiate Sorosis is planning a
Christmas party Wednesday for the
members of the sorority. The tables
will be decorated in silver and white.
Delta Delta Delta will hold its an-
nual party for active members and
pledges after meeting tonight. At
this time small gifts will be ex-
changed. These gifts are later to be
givn to the children of the University
Exchange Gifts
Delta Gamma will hold a Christ-
mas dinner Tuesday for the actives
and pledges. Gifts will be exchanged
which will afterward be given to the
University Hospital.
Delta Zeta is having a Christmas
party Wednesday. The program in-
cludes an exchange of gifts, all of
which will be packed and sent to a
mountain settlement in Kest, Ken-
Kappa Delta is having a Christ-
mas party Wednesday. Their guest
of honor is to be a young girl whom
the members of the sorority will dress
in new clothes and to whom they will
give all their gifts.

Suggestions Include Cases
For Travel, Compacts,
Manicure Sets
Christmas is almost here, and again
we are faced with the annual prob-
lem of choosing gifts for our favorite
friends and relatives. One way of
sclving this difficulty easily and suit-
ably is to choose cosmetics. There
are hundreds of new gift suggestions,
all beautifully bottled and cased.
Something along this line is equally
as appropriate for your young sister,
who will be delighted in finding a
compact in her stocking, or your
maiden aunt.
Give Her a Compact
Compacts are an ideal gift. One
can never have too many of them,1
and this year they are unusually goodJ
looking. One yellow gold case is ex-
tremely slim and long. It has a gold
crown on the face and the contents
are of the very best quality.
One which satisfies so many of us
looking for an attractive gift under
five dollars, is a case of polished gold-
tone metal with sides and medallion
that look exactly like carved ivory.
The compact is flat and square, and
the. powder and rouge are in very
smart shades.
There are many small single com-
pacts that make ideal gifts for young
girls. They come in odd shapes, as
for example, a small sea shell - and
can be had in any color you de-
Manicure Sets Suggested
Manicure sets are one of the most
useful gifts for a college woman, for
the great majority manicure their
own nails. These sets can be had
at any price depending upon the
completeness of the articles con-
tained. They are boxed very clev-
erly. One set is fully fitted with
two shades of polish, remover, oil and
all the necessary equipment. It comes
in a wood veneer finish box, with a
little drawer for the orange sticks,
file and cotton. For traveling this
same set is enclosed in a leather case
with a zipper.
Matched cosmetic sets are very

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boxes along this line are being shown.
"The Beauty Band Box" has nine
articles as a complete aid to polish-
ing up one's natural beauty. Another
box of this type is called "Beauty
And finally, there is that ever-
popular gift - perfume. There is
something about perfume that makes
it welcome in every girl's .Christmas
stocking. The various manufacturers
have outdone themselves this year
with new and unusual scents and
clever bottles. One of the most talked
of, "Indiscreet," comes in a tall, white
plaster flacon. It is chic enough for
your sister and still appropriate for
mother. The popular "Tweed," intro-
duced last year, now makes its ap-
pearance in a bubbled bottle that is
very impressive.
A Set of Three Scents
If you don't know your friend's
favorite scent, send her one of the
sets with tiny samples of three dif-
ferent perfumes. One set contains
the three favorites, "L'origan," "L'ai-
mant," and "Paris"; one spicey, one
light and one rich enough for impor-
tant occasions. Another very pop-
ular set contains "Rumeur," "Scan-
del," and "My Sin." Any of these!
would make appropriate gifts.
If you find a complete cosmetic
counter and choose your gifts with
reference to your friends' particular
tastes, you will complete your Christ-
mas shopping quickly, and your gifts
will be a great success.
WhereV To Go
Theater: Majestic, "Splendor" with
Miriam Hopkins; Michigan, "'Frisco
Kid" with James Cagney; Whitney,
"She Married Her Boss" with Clau-
dette Colbert and "King Solomon of
Broadway" with Edmund Lowe;
Wuerth, "Steamboat Round the
Bend" with Will Rogers and "Fight-
ing Youth" with Charles Farrell.

Consider the
fashionable and
y practical aspects of
They come with satin or
sheer full sleeves, round
collars, lace-edged. In-
triguing colors such as
Crushed Rose, Ceil Blue
and Tea Rose.
8 Nickels Arcade

good gifts for close friends, because '38. Following the initiation a ban-
they show your observance of per- _--- ___
sonal tastes. Cleverlv assembled gift _- i

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Women's Christmas Gift
For Ever Type and Ever
,t Desire! Choose f romt These
Outstanding Values
. 1
Onl y
or Blue Suede Leather with shearling
cuffs and warmly fleeced lined
with Hand-Turned Leather Soles and
Rubber Heels . . . Boudoir Slippers in
Velvet with Shearling cuffs or Mari-
bou trims to match . . . in Red, Black,
Blue or Green . . . also many other
styles in leathers and crepes.

you do not find elsewhere
-you may find them at
215 South State Street







Ready For Christmas?
We'll Venture
You're Not ...
So --here are
for Women from the Women's Shop
For yuletide festivities we have a grand collection of dresses
for all occasions. Sizes 12 to 46 - 16% to 261/2
Evening Wraps Artcraft Hose
Black and Sapphire Blue Every woman we know is just
Velvet, at waiting for Christmas hosiery.
$12.95 and $19.75 $1. and $1.35 a pr.-
Sweaters - Blouses Pajamas - Robes
Satins -Crepes-Jersey Jersey and Angora Knits


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NEGIGEES - Satin, Crepe and Velvet - a very desirable gift.
Jacobson's have a most attractive selection this year. Priced
at $5.95 and more.
The shimmering loveliness of Jacobson's Lingerie is
certain to captivate the heart of any "woman in
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Make Th isa
Everything in Season in Cut Flowers
and Potted Plant Combinations. Also,
Wreaths, Centerpieces, English Holly,
Mistletoe, and Roping.

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