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Aommitteemen Formals, Accessories For Senior Ball
Choose Guests Accented ByGay Summer Flowers
For Senior Ball__ _
By VIRGINIA VOORHEES |
The latest version of feminine fra-
} rance and enchantment for yourl
formal evenings shows flowers, bothl
real and artificial, ribbons and,
jeweled ornaments resting precar-
iously (or so they seem) in clusters
of curls-in front, in back, on the
With the approaching Senior Ball
as the climax of these formal even-
ings, suggestions for unsual coiffure
decorations are especially pertinent.
A charming arrangement is that
of a bunch of real posies of various
kinds and contrasting colors placed
on the side of the head. Attractive,
too, is a tiara of tiny flowers emit-
ting fragrance at every angle.
Black Moire Bow Used
Another new style finds flat curls
on the top of the head held fast with
a black moire bow, in the center of
which glistens a jeweled button. One
may merely tie a narrow ribbon
around the head with a pert little
bow in front and be as "right" as the
best of them.
In perfect keeping with. those
quaint gowns inspired by the fashions
of grandmother's day is a band of
black velvet ribbon fastened about
your throat and .another, narrower
,one, at your wrist.
Flowered and jeweled hair clips
are also making their appearance in
the midst of curls and the smooth
coiffures. A crystal clip is unusual
when it vies with shining hair at a
point low in the back of the new
elongated headdress. A brilliant clip
in the design of a star-fish, is still
another attractive hair ornament.
Butterflies On The Head
For this same purpose there is a
dainty clip with tiny velvet flowers in
delicate shades seeming to grow out
of a glassy-looking background of lacy
tracery. And two huge fabric butter-
flies of a material contrasting with
your gown may be attractively
perched on the side of the head. Then,
too, there is the possibility of gath-
ering together, by means of these
lovely clips, those slender, individual
strands whichsarenreplacing the
single straps of evening gowns.
A "death blow" to many house-
party plans was dealt by the Dean's
order that such parties must termin-
ate no later than noon Monday, June
14. Only the Beta Theta Pi's and
the Alpha Delta Phi's have con-
tinued with their arrangements at
The Alpha Delta Phi house will be
opened to house-party guests at noon
Saturday, June 12. A dinner-dance
will be held that evening, for which
Charlie Zwick's orchestra has been
engaged to play.
Among those who have been in-
vited are Mary Randolph, '39; Jose-
phine Meyer, of Indianapolis; Ruth'
Grubb, of Akron; Kay Shields, '37;
Charlotte Rueger, '37; Harriett
Pomeroy, '39; Dora Day, '39; Betty
Shaffer, '39 and Marion Smith, '39.
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Speer, of Chi-
cago, and Dr. and Mrs. Dean, of De-
troit, will chaperon the affair.
The Beta Theta Pi house-party will
also begin at noon Saturday, May 12.
A picnic at Loch Alpine has been
planned for the following day.
The Beta Theta Pi house-party will
tend this function includes Barbara
Worth, '37; Jean Lesselyong, '38;
Josephine Wilcox, '38; Betty Young,
'39; Mary Jane Frye, '38; Mary Helen
Hurley, '38; Betty Gregory, '39; Vir-
ginia Smith, '37; Shirl Crosman, '38;
Ann Fredericks, of Grand Rapids and
Betsy Baxter, '38.
The chaperons will be Mr. and Mrs.
Shelby B. Schurtz, of Grand Rapids,
and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Fuller, of
Fellowship, home facilities, educa-
tion, democracy, and profit saving are
offered by the Rochdale Student Co-
operative House, according to Clar -
ence Kresin, '38, president.
A limited number of accommoda-
tions are being offered for summer
boarders at a considerable saving,
Kresin stated, and with many advan-
tages. The house is located only one
block from the campus and therefore
is easily accessible from all points of
interest, he said. Students living at
the house have the full run of the
house, including the parlor, kitchen
and ice-box, Kresin said.
Rochdale is of interest from a so-
ciological view point as it is man-
for your Summer Dresses in Straw or Felt
Little black or navy STRAWS, suito-
be for travel -- Values up' to $6.00 $
Reduced to . . . . . . . .*
Dainty puffed sleeves, trim white
collar and cuffs, tighty fitted
waistline, and a full-flaired skirt
with a wide band of white en-
circling the bottom, form a charm-
ing evening dress made of dark
SIGMA PHI EPSILON
Sigma Phi Epsilon announces the
pledging of John McCluney, '40, of
Grand Haven, Mich., Donald Badcon,
'40, of Grand Haven, Mich., and Ed-
ward Brough, '40, of St. Johnsbury,
NOTICE TO ALL SORORITIES
All sororities are to call for their
copies of the rushing rules for
1937 at the Undergraduate Office
of the League today, according to
Harriet Shackleton, '38, president
of Panhellenic Association.
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ENJOY YOUR VACATION. I will be
looking for you in the fall. Many thanks
for a second successful season.
THE ARCADE CAMERA SHOP
14 Nickels Arcade
FORTUNATELY we have been able to.secure another location for a few weeks.
This means another chance for you to take advantage of these amazing bargains,
bigger than ever before! Saturday is the big day!
Our new location is three times as big. Now, we have a chance to display our
entire stock of up-to-date summer goods at even greater reductions. Come in and
look around and see how far your dollar will go. There are bargains galore! This
is the chance of a lifetime. Don't miss it! Tell your friends - they'll thank
you for it. You can buy the highest grade of merchandise at the lowest price.
The stock consists of silk gowns and pajamas, Trillium and Wondermaid slips
and panties, Chemise, dance sets, Maidenform bandeaus, Style-Step and Aberle
hose, Roger's Run-proof, Goldette, Globe, Wolverine and American Maid silk
undies, wool robes, blouses, bathing suits, fabric and leather gloves, knitting bags,
purses, anklets, belts, Hickory and Fortuna Girdles, slacks, beach robes and capes,
sweaters, Sly-o-Jama pajamas and so forth.
EVERYTHING MUST BE SOLD AT THIS SELLING-OUT SALE.
COME EARLY FOR A BIGGER SELECTION.
Former LAURA BELLE Shop
NOW LOCATED AT CHUBBS-209 SOUTH STATE STREET
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Dar4. Sheers - Laces - Crush-Resistant
Linenis - Sal ynas-.
One look at them and you'll love them! They've
plenty of pep . . . lots of flattering trickse.
and their colors are glorious!
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH ST
East Huron between State and Division
R. Edward Sayles, Minister.
Howard R. Chapman, Minister to Students
Robert Campbell, Minister of Music.
9:45 A.M. - Church School, Dr. Albert Logan
is in charge.
10:45^A.M. - Morning worship and sermon by
R. Edward Sayles, "Some Religious Uses
of Memory." This will be the last service
in which music will be rendered by the F 1
chorus choir and special musical service
will be rendered.
Organ Prelude, Meditation Religious ...... Blair
Solo: Mr. Pratt
Anthem, Souls of the Righteous ......... Noble
Quartet, A Legend .............. Tschaikowsky
Postlude, Toccata, "Thou Art the Rock".. Mulet
12:00 - Class for students in the guild house.
6:15-Meeting for students in the guild house,
discussion, social hour.
FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
Masonic Temple, at 327 South Fourth Ave.
Rev. W. P. Lemon, Minister
Miss Elizabeth Leinbach, Assistant.
10:45 A.M. - "The Search Magnificent." BE
A Church School Day Service. Music by
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tailored and dressy styles. Light and dark
Sizes for misses and women.
ROUND-THE-CLOCK in COTTONS
It's Cotton Time for every minute of the
Summer Day and Night. Choose cotton to
play in - dine in - dance in.
There's nothing so fresh - so cool - so
colorful - so young!