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Monday, February 9, 1948 H E M I C H I G A N DAILY Page Nine
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ti 6 00 Aland Sherman Poteet, St. Louis. Poland, Ohio, and John Bahyah, Brewster, Columbus, Ohio, and Ann Arbor; Mary Jeanne Burton,
Mo.; Pat Aten, Jackson, Mich., Campbell~ Ohio. W. E. Donaldson, Jr., Pittsburgh, Lakewood, Ohio, and James H.
and Gordon H. Hardie. Ann A- Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Bidwell, Big Pa.; Jeanne Bright, Mason, and Lorenz, Elkhart, Ind .IM. and
bor; Mary Jane Anderson, Don- Rapids, Michigan; Ruth Bielman, Ed ward K. Dunk, Mason; Char- Mrs. Daniel C. Burton, Long
W kee end at nellson IA and Vincent A. Detroit, and Donald Hanson Mc- otte Brindle, Ann Arbor, and H. Beach, Long Island, N.Y.; Gail
Aleynlem. A io. a Mildrea Pherson. Detroit: Ann Billing- L. Claypoole, Akron, Ohio. Baker, Pontiac, Mich.. and Rob-
9-11 ~ Ah Etds Daetrodit. i usMukgnadJuinC Ginnie Brooks,. Pittsburgh, Pa. ert J. Netzel, Pontiac.
A Renfro, Tampa, Florida; Martha and Donald J. Stilley, Pittsburgh. Lucille Birnbaum, New Britain,
Mr. and Mrs. Edward W. Baker. Fielding Bird, Detroit, and Robert Pa.; Mr. and Mrs. Harold M. Conn., and Harvey Weisberg, De-
Niagara Falls. N. Y.; Barbara Ball, Scrase, Detroit; Vivienne Black, Brown, Jr., Royal Oak; Janet troit; Mr. and Mrs. Robert H.
Home Town ist Flint, and Donald Bacon, Detroit; Detroit, and Stanley H. Brown, Brown, St. Louis, Mo., and Albert Birney, Detroit; Chris Blair, De-
1 I Mr. and Mrs. Ernest L. Bailey, Al- Detroit. MacDowell, St. Louis, Mo.; Mr. troit, and Robert O. Shepler,
Is Cross-Section bion, Indiana; Marilyn Band, Bette Blanchard, Traverse City, and Mrs. Robert M. Brown, Grand Grosse Pointe; Rose Helen Brim-
Shaker Hts., Ohio, and James S. and Richard E. Riley, Traverse Rapids; Pearl Elizabeth Brown, berry, Battle Creek, and Bill Lux,
Gutentag. University Hts., Ohio; City; Esther Blau, Detroit, and Ann Arbor, and William S. Forth, New Hartford, N.Y.; Phyllis
Following is the list of names Betty N. Barns, Red Bank, N. J., Howard B. Adilman, Detroit; Ester Manistee. Brooks, Ann Arbor, and Don 01-
of students and their guests who and Leo Bronson, Binghamton, Blower, Boston, Mass., and Hugh Virginia Brown, East Lansing, son, Dodge City, Kan.; Ruthe
attended the Class of 1949 J-Hop N. Y. Mark Tuttle, Jr., Providence, R.I.; and Lewis E. Bozek, Lansing; Brown, Rochester, N.Y., and Elias
submitted by the dance commit- Jean Barnaby, Grand Rapids, Mr. and Mrs. H. Richard Black- Margaret Bubb, Utica, and Robert David Subar, Detroit; Renny
tee and arranged alphabetically and Carl A. Holmgren, Grand well, Ann Arbor, Mich.; Harriet R. Spreng, Utica; Marian Buch- Brundrett, Dayton, Ohio, and
according to the last name of the Rapids; Apple Barrett, Detroit, Bliman, Pittsburgh, Pa., and Rob- anan, Ann Arbor, and Rudolph Richard L. Barnes, Kazoo, Mich.;
women guests: and Dale Ream, Pontiac; Barbara ert Frellander, Worcester, Mass. Habermann, Battle Creek, Betty Charlotte Bryant, Grand Rapids,
Ann Adams. Ontario, Calif., and G. Bartley, Verona, N. J., and Jo M. Blum, Detroit, and Allan Buckolz, Wyandotte, and Gordon and Ross Miller, Grand Rapids;
Annhur Adauso, nto n, Ill Walter W. Shaffer, Chatham, N. D. Woodell, Peekskill, N. Y.; Win- Farrant, Wyandotte; Mr. and Pepita Garcia-Colin de Butcher,
Arthur Klauson, Evanston, Ill., J Ruth E. Barton. Cleveland, nie Boak, Ann Arbor, and Fred- Mrs. Frederick Dale Buerstette, Mexico City, and Ernest Butcher,
M.atnd Mr Cahoa ElzabeC Adams, Ohio. and Dale H. Cade, Chicago, eric B. Comlossy, Toledo, Ohio; Detroit. Lincoln Park, Mich.; Marion Bur-
PJatson, and R. Elizabeths, Chi- Illinois; Marjorie L. Basselman, Susan Bogle, Grosse Pointe, and Mr. and Mrs. M. D. Bullard, Jr.. See NAMES, Page It
Jacko, Ill.; Rose Adamson, Detroit, Detroit, and George Carbon Wolfe, Henry Loring Newman, Jr., De-
and John W. Neuenschwander ., Ypsilanti. troit; Gratia Hope Boice, Toledo, -
Bernice Adler, Detroit, and Leon- Mary Battle, Detroit, and Wil- Ohio, and Albert Green, Lake-
ard Blumenreich, N. Y.; Mr. and liam B. Lazzain, Buffalo, N. Y.; wood, Ohio; Clarice Borowske, De-
Mrs. Harvey Richard Adkins, Jr., Patricia Beatty, Three Rivers, troit, and George J. Porth, Jr., De-
Millbury, Ohio; Ellen Alberda, and Robert J. Huettner, Douglas- troit.
Grand Rapids, and Dick Meyerson, ton, L.I., N. Y.; Constance Ann Janice Borock, Port Huron, and D
Dayton, Ohio. Beaty, Birmingham, and Norman Martin J. Rottenberg, Brooklyn, Those mportont Days
Maytond Ms. DougE. Clark, Jr., Birmingham; Helen N. Y.; Betty Bott, Detroit, and Al. (
rich, Flint; Mr. and M . Jh Beck, Flint, and Stanley R. Wagar, Mathieson, Detroit; Barbara \i th "Gibson"
rich Flnt;Mr.andMrs JoephAnn Arbor; Mr. and Mrs. Donald Boucher, Detroit, and Robert L.
Olin, Ann Arbor; Mr. and Mrs. E. Bedard, Alpena. Young, Jr., Detroit; Margaret GN
John P. Allred, Jr.. Willow Run; Irene Butkowski, Dearborn, and Bouker, Big Rapids, and David J. GREETI NG CARDS
Doria Anderson, Chicago, and Bud Apeseche, Dearborn; Joan Millard, Ann Arbor, Mich.; Mr. FTP-N-
Reuben Gill, Ashland, Mass.; Elizabeth Biggs, Detroit, and John and Mrs. Warren Bourguin, De- -GI DoriP I DAGS
Doris Anderson, Dearborn, and A. Michael, Detroit; Marianne H. troit.
William Frederick Longe, Detroit. Ball, Ann Arbor, and John R. Mary Boyer, Detroit, and Rob- ... frota
Jean Anderson, Detroit, and Browning, Rochester, N.Y.; Mary ert Hopps, Detroit; Phyllis Bram-
Edwin Morey, Ann Arbor; Mary Jane Bell, Birmingham, and Rob- well, Detroit, and Edward Walker,
Kaye Anderson, Port Huron, and ert E. LaJoie, Detroit. Detroit; Mi. and Mrs. Charles E.
Donald E. Miller, Port Huron; Mr. Marydel Berger, Ann Arbor, and Branyan, Ann Arbor. Corine BO Y C
and Mrs. Richard E. Anderson, Bill Malin, Ann Arbor; Gloria Brennan, Flint, and Thomas A. 723 North University 221 South Fourth Ave.
Ann Arbor; Dorothy Andrews, Los Berkson, Chicago, Illinois, and Miller, Detroit; Pat Brenneman,
Angeles, Calif., and Quick Carl- Fred Klein, Syracuse, N. Y.; Shir- Alma, and Don Brainard, Alma.
son, St. Joseph; Martha Arnold, ley Berkowitz, Detroit, and Her- Mary Jane Brender, Wayne,
Ypsilanti, and Richard D. Geney, man Kaplan, Detroit; Helen Ber- and Robert B. Niemann, Wayne;
Ann Arbor. ris, Detroit, and Barney B. Gam- Adelaide Brewer, Detroit, and W.
Evelyn Aronsan, Norwalk, Conn., burd, Detroit; Sarah E. Bickler, E. Donaldson, Jr., Detroit; Nancy

shoes of distinction

It is with pride that we announce: "We are
again able to present the British made shoes
by Padmore and Barnes that we carried before
the war." These shoes are of Martin's well
known Scotch leather with full leather linings
and double leather soles.
1. Black or Brown Scotch Grain
wing-tip brogues.
2. Brown Scotch Grain with the straight
toe cap design.
Both styles... $18.75
We invite you to call and see for
yourself the outstanding quality, and
fine workimauship that these exclu-
sivo shoes offer.
for comfortable casual wear
1. White Buck with thick red
rubber sole and heel.
2. Brown bucko with soft, spongy
crepe soles and heels.
Both styles . .. $13.85


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