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THE MICHIGAN DAILY SUNDAY, DECEMBER 14, 1952

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Student Religious Groups Sponsor
Services, Festivities at Yuletide

By KATHY ZEISLER
With the Christmas season com-
ing on at a fast pace, the various
student religious groups in Ann
Arbor are making plans for their
services and festivities.
Student Religious Association,
the inter-religious council on
campus, and its member groups
will provide social and religious
activities which started nearly two
t weeks before Christmas vacation.
THE ANNUAL all-campus car-
ol sing, sponsored by S.R.A., is
schedule for; tonight. The entire
Scampuslis invited to join voices on
the steps of the General Library
to sing the familiar Christmas car-
pis.
After the sing, students are
invited to Lane Hall for an in-
formal get-together and a cup
of wassail.
A dance featuring the music of
;Paul McDonough and his combo
will be held at Hillel Foundation.
Members of Hillel will entertain
with a play, and there will be dec-
orations appropriate to Hanukah,
the feast of lights.
* * *
CONGREGATIONAL - Disciples
Guild is starting holiday activities
with a clothes-packing party and
a toy-mending party. The climax
will be a buffet supper and pro-
gram in the guild house.
A Christmas dinner and par-
ty will be held tonight, by Can.-
terbury Club, the Episcopal Stu-
dent Foundation. The follow-
ing Tuesday a group will sing to
elder people and shut-ins of the
parish, and a party will be held
afterward.
Regular Sunday evening meet-
ings will continue for the Evan-
gelical and Reformed Guild Stu-
dents and additional programs at
Lane Hall will be scheduled.
* * *
THE LUTHERAN Student
Foundation will have their regular
program which will revolve around
Christmas and include songs by
the choir. Members of the student
association will present the play
"The Other Wise Man," by Hen-
ry Van Dyke.
On the following Wednesday
a yearly party will be held in
the home of the pastor.
* * *
THE ROGER Williams Guild,
Baptist student group, will have
a party in the fellowship hall of
the Church. They will attend the
S.R.A. all-campus carol sing to-
day, and carol to parish shut-ins
later that week.
Newman Club at St. Mary's
Student Chapel, had their regu-
lar annual Christmas party and
a student-faculty tea.

There was a Christmas party
at 8 p.m. Dec. 12 for Gamma Del-
ta, Lutheran student club.
THE USUAL Sunday night sup-
per will be held at 5:30 p.m. and
Julia Hennig, graduate student of
music, will talk on Lutheran Bach.
On Dec. 17 an open house will be
held in the pastor's home.
Wesleyan Guild of the First
Methodist Church went carol-
ing and had a party to decorate
their Christmas trees on Dec. 12.
On Dec. 27, there will be a party

for out-of-town students who live
in Ann Arbor and will be home on
vacation.
A tree-trimming party was
scheduled by Westminster Guild
of the First Presbyterian Church
on Friday.
Young Friends, a part of the
Ann Arbor Friends Meeting is
planning a dinner featuring for-
eign food. A mitten tree, decorat-
ed with knit goods to be sent over-
seas, will be sponsored for chil-
dren.

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"Santa Claus is coming to
town!" A trip through any toy
store will tell one that the big day
is not far away.
As usual, the variety of toys
available this year is amazing.
Christmas shoppers will have lit-
tle trouble finding a gift to please
even the fussiest youngster. Som
of this year's crop of toys will
probably amuse the oldsters, too.
Santa won't have any trouble
finding enough dolls to fill every
request. There are all kinds this
year-boy dolls, girl dolls, big
ones, little ones, baby dolls, deb-
utantes, lumber-jacks. Those with
washable hair are among the most
popular with little housekeepers.
The "little lady" with a new
doll needs lots of things to help
take care of her "baby." Doll
buggies and beds, miniature bot-
tles, high chairs, doll-sized lug-
gage-all are being shown this
year.
The little girls are also hoping
for a doll house. This year's sup-
ply includes ranch type, southern
colonial, Cape Cod and many oth-
er styles in all sizes. Furniture for
every household need is available
-chairs, tables, sofas, lamps,
stoves, refrigerators, washing ma-
chines, dishes and TV sets.
For the "little man," and his
Daddy, there is, of course, the
ever popular electric train. The
set-up this year is better. than
ever. Many different cars can be
connected behind an engine that
toots and blows smoke.
"Miles" of track will wind their
way around the Christmas tree
through a city complete with
mountains, valleys, tunnels,
houses, stores, gas stations, R.R.
depots and people. Even the Drive-
in Theatre and the ducks in the
city park are in the scene.

Also popular with the "men" on
any Christmas list are cars and
trucks. They come in all sizes this
years-from small ones made to
fit into the city above mentioned
to thosetbig enough forJunior to
get in and drive himself.
There are sedans, convertibles,
jeeps and hot rods. There are
dump trucks, milk trucks equipped
with miniature bottles, moving
vans and army trucks.
For boys and girls who enjoy
handicrafts there are all types of
games and projects. Paints-post-
er, water colors and finger-are
near the top of the list. New this
year is the set which includes oil
paints and a picture divided into
numbered areas.
Also on the list of creative gifts
are spool knitting sets, minature
weaving looms, tool chests com-
plete with hammer and saw and
chisel, child-size sewing machines,
bead craft sets and equipment for
constructing small-scale skyscrap-
ers.
This is only a partial list of the
many, many toys featured this
season. Shoppers will find this va-
riety makes their task much easi-
er and lots of fun.

Three handsome handle bags from our Christmas-bright collection ..
each styled and finished with superb workmanship, to please her
taste for the finest in accessories. Choose from a variety of

contours and styles .. . tailored or dress. Handbags shown
black, brown or navy calf, with beautiful linings
and trim hardware. Also in black suede.

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