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April 26, 1936 - Image 6

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SUNDAY. APRIL ?G, 1936

THE MICHIGAN DAILY SUNDAY, APRIL 20, 1930

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Pot-Luck Sup erYenner, and Mrts. N. G. M( -.-!ycn. ward Benjamin, '37; secretary, R
~P tMembers are asked to caull Mr[s. lard Curtis, '37; treasurer, Y(oii.
. 1(11 I Hancs (730F21) ({tr hrBub) Morris', '37; hi 'toian e
Yd- e c ingfor (;z),, ifl$c7 ( a- Kit tell. '38; senior page, Ivan X ii-
--lia tions. cox. '37: junior page, Allan R l1-,,
The Michigan Dames Homemaking- - 38, tyler, Harold Held, '37; andst-
group will held its annual Pot-lucky S~ I; eG 1 i LTA ''ard, Paul Ridinger, '38.
supper at 6:15 p.m. Tuesday in the
Russian Tea Room of the Lea(;ue. #Del.aSi'irna 1r announ('c i
The f autlty adviseris will condu"I new G officers for ac4<t year. The n !w-! READ ILE IF U ANT D
lv elected officers r e: president, ro-
an informal discussion on Hobbis
for Wives and the group will celc' Los Kervin, '37; vice-president, Ed-
the Homemaking chairman for thed a________________
coming year. ' ~ ~ ~ ~ ~-
Each Dame is asked to bring a
copy Gf her favorite recipe, and a copy v
of her most economical recipe. Cook-Thokanreieflrswlbed-
Mrs. L. F. Haines is in charge coTTNTF,
the group, and Mrs. John Lamb is
chairman of the supper committee,
which includes Mrs. R. D. Reekie, Mrs. IS PRESENTING
H. J. Dawe, Mrs. R. 0. Graham, Mrs.;
Albertus Derks, Mrs. J. C. Wagner, THE IDEAL SHOWER GIFTS
Mrs. Kenneth Hodge, Mrs. L. J. Za- E
horski, Mrs. Paul Huss, Mrs. E. N.
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Relieves strain ()
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110 East Liberty

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Phone 3110

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HAILER'S
State and Liberty
Watch Repairing!

bride and lun1cheon seats and attractive bath towels.,
10 Nice I 1 s ARCADE,

READ THE DAILY'S CLASSIFIED SECTION

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Junior awards have been given F.
R. Walter, '37E., and J. H. Wiegand,
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NOFLAW IN
MImR-O-mKLEER
STOCKINGS BY
*That's what "M it-O-K leer"
means--perfectly flawless! If
You're particular about clear
stockings you can't improve
on these! Others 79c to $1.65.

GREEN E'S brings this new service to Ann Arbor at a most oppor-
tune time, when you are ready to put your furs away for the
summer months. Such service should prove to be most welcome.
*Furs C'leaned the Way Your Furrier Recommends
*Hand Glazed to Restore Original Lustre
*Linings Cleaned
*Kept in Freezing Storage Vaults

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* Insured by

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GREENE'S have engaged the facilities of one of the most, modern Refriger-
ated Fur Storage Vaults in this part of the country. Here, for a small cost,
you may hay your furs cleaned the way your furrier cleans them, then
stored deep away in the recesses of the only practical storage vaults...
Refrigerated Cold Storage. This service is then further covered against
moths, fire, and thieves by Insurance in "Travelers," the largest company in
the world. If you wish to get the longest wear and smartest appearance from
your furs or fur coats use GREENE'S new service. It will pay you well.

SPECIAL TO STUDENTS--Greene's, realizing the inconvenience of taking
your furs and fur coats home after each winter and then loading yourselves
with them when you come back in the fall, are now in a position to make
the fur coat problem a thing of the past. Their plan is very simple. You
simply leave your furs with GREENE'S sometime before you leave for the
summer. During the summer they will receive the most advanced ser-
vice known to science in both cleaning and storage, and will be ready to
be delivered to you when you return for the fall semester.

Iiive sE igag e'This w e' erv Jil e fore NaYo tore Vouu Fearus

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