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SUNDAY, AUGUST II, 1940

THE MI'CHI GA IT DAILY

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Steiner, Burr
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Engagement
Is Revealed FRO
tha
Kathryn Elaine Steiner, daughter on hant
of Dr. and Mrs. L. G. Steiner of dancing
Geddes Road gave a luncheon yes- Hem
terday noon at the Michigan League week-en
to announce to her friends her en- met at1
gagement to Howard V. Burr, son of police
Mr. and Mrs. Redmond M. Burr of Jack"
S. Fifth Ave. Lady s
The 20 guests were presented with Out ofP
wedding ring favors tied to cards Operao
which bore the names of the couple. for hin
for hisI
The pastel colors of the table ap-
pointments matched the centerpiece Stev
composed of pink roses, white lark- Hall's
spur, and blue delphiniums. marryn
For the party Miss Steiner wore a bor,, s(
black silk dress accented only by a Octobe
turquoise nicklace. She also had two Univer
white rubrum lilies. Play P
Among the guests were some of experit
Miss Steiner's former classmates and annoui
relatives. Her cousins, Anna Ruth, WIBM
Lois, and Alice Jean Steiner of Pan- St. Ma
dora, O., were here for the lunch- then w
eon; also Esther Hilty and Mrs. Don- Arbor.
ald Hilty of Columbus Grove, O. Altho
Miss Steiner, a member of the Chi tions W
Omega sorority and the Athena most de
speech society, graduated from the for the
University of Michigan. She was also Univers
secretary fro the Girl Reserves of the ber of1
Y.M.C.A. Mr. Burr graduated from in the o
Michigan State College with a bach- In co
elor's degree. He was a member of State Ba
the Phi Delta Theta fraternity. ies is bi
medical
the Was;
Read The Daily Classifieds! ciety.

Grin And Bear It

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"Blackout"

Dance Ends League's

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By JUNE McKEE - |1
CHARLEVOIX we hear that
t Jack Silcott still has a mike
d, mastering the ceremonies
Beach Hotel, singing and
in the floor shows he plans.
writes that Mrs. Roosevelt
nded in Charlevoix and was
the train by the,mayor, with
escort and paraded then
htown.
s impersonation of the First
cored a sensation in "Four
Five," Mimes' Michigan Union
of last season. He'll be back
n the fall, to finish up work
M.A. in speech . .
e Filipiak, one of Morris
most memorable alumni, is
ng Ruth Heald, of Ann Ar-
ometime around the first of
r. Miss Heald attended the
sity, where Steve amassed
Production as well as radio
ence for his position as staff
rcer at Jackson's Station
. The couple will be wed in
ary's Student Chapel, and
will make their home in Ann
ugh the time allotted by sta-
VJR, WMBC and WCAR will
termine the program schedule
winter season of Michigan-
ity-of-the-Air work, a num-
broadcast series are already
ffing.
operation with the Michigan
ar Association, a program ser-
being planned, as well as a
series in conjunction with
~htenaw County Medical So-

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Summer Session Social Progran

Last night as the last "blackout"
dancers wandered out of the ball-
room, Summer Council members
closed the leaves of a successfully
completed 1940 League Social pro-
gram, thus ending another tradi-
tional chapter in Michigan League
history.
The five women selectively ap-
pointed last spring by the regular
session Judiciary Council to serve on
the Summer League Council were
Virginia Osgood, '41, president; Ag-
nes Landers, '41, judiciary council,
Barbara De Pries, '42, publicity chair-
man, Mary Ellen Wheeler, '41, social
chairman and Marion Conde, '41, sec-
retary.
This Summer Council working in
conjunction with Ethel MacCormick,
social director of the League, Barbara
Macintyre and Beth O,Roake, assis-
tant social directors, also cooperat-
ed with the Summer Session Office
in planning, arranging and carrying
out an extensive program of dances,
square dances, dancing classes, bridge
tournaments and bridge classes.
Series of six square dancing classes
held each Monday evening was under
the supervision of Benjamin Lovett,
of the Dearborn Edison Institute,

who was aided by the Henry Ford
Square Dance Orchestra.
On Tuesdays, students who were
interested in learning the basic prin-
ciples of ballroom dancing were in-
structed by Miss MacCormick and
Elva Pascoe. Every Wednesday eve-
ning, intermediate dancers were giv-
en the opportunity to become familar
with variations of the fox trot and
waltz as well as the fundamental
steps of the rumba, tango and congo.
Also on Tuesday evenings a dupli-
cate bridge hour was conducted by
Conway MaGee who regularly taught
a series of six bridge lessons on
Thursday nights.
Weekends, dancihg restivites held
sway and enthusiasts danced to the
music of Earl Stevens and his or-
chestra in the ballroom. Every dance
was of the informal mode with Sadie
Hawkins dance reaching an all time
low of informality with participants
attending in costumes typifying Daisy
Mae and Little Abner. Other dances
this summer were of various themes:
the Globe Trot at which time prizes
were awarded for the person coming
from the farthest, the Watermelon
Cut and Yankee Night honoring
southerners and northerners, a Quiz
program and others. A group of hos-
tesses especially selected by the coun-

cil were present at each dance to help
acquaint students with one another
and to provide partners for those
coming alone. Regular tea dances
were held every Wednesday after-
noon this summer and students could
come free of charge.
The object of these dances as well
as the other affairs on the League
program was to enable students to
become acquainted with each other,

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"I can't understand how my husband spends money during
during the day, when he doesn't play bridge or go to the
movies or get his hair waved!"

DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN

IANDY SERVICE
DIRECTORY

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(Continued from Page 2)
Season tickets, $12.00, $10.00, $8.-
00, $6.00. Subscribers of record to
Patrons' tickdts ($12.00) for the 1940
May Festival may retain their seat
locations provided that their orders
with remittances to cover are receiv-
ed not later than September 1. All
other orders will be filed, and filled
in sequence beginning September 1.
Please make remittances payable
to University Musical Society, and
mail to Charles A. Sink, President,
Burton Tower, Ann Arbor.
The University Bureau of Appoint-
ments and Occupational Information
has received notice of the following
Civil Service Examinations. Appli-
cations will be received indefinitely
until further notice:
UNITED STATES CIVIL SERVICE
Senior Inspector, Powder and Ex-
plosives, salary $2,600.
Inspector, Powder and Explosives,
salary $2,300.
Associate Inspector, Powder and
Explosives, salary $2,000.
Assistant Inspector, Powder and
Explosives, salary $1,800.
Junior Inspector, Powder and Ex-
plosives, salary $1,620.
Senior Inspector, Ship Construc-
tion, salary $2,600.
Inspector, Ship Construction, sal-
ary $2,000.
Senior Inspector, Engineering Ma-
terials, salary $2,600.
Inspector, Engineering Materials.
salary $2,000.
Junior Inspector, Engineering Ma-
terials, salary $1,620.
Complete information filed at the
University Bureau of Appointments
and Occupational Information, 201
Mason Hall. Office hours, 9-12 and
2-4.
University Bureau of Appointments
and Occupational Information
The University Bureau of Appoint-

ments and Occupational Information
has received notice of the following
Civil Service Examinations. Dates for
applications are noted in each case:
CITY OF NEW YORK CIVIL
SERVICE
Assistant Engineer (Designer),
Grade 4, (Board of Water Supply),
salary $3,120, Aug. 6 to Sept. 23, 1940.
Assistant Engineer, Grade 4, (Drill
Operations), salary $3,120, Aug. 6 to
Aug. 26, 1940.
Director of Medical and Nursing
Service, salary $6,000, Aug. 6 to Aug.
26, 1940.
Building Manager, (Housing Au-
thority), salary $3,600, Aug. 6 to Aug.
26, 1940.
Director of the Division of Building
Management and Procurement, sal-
ary $3,500, Aug. 6 to Aug. 26, 1940.
Complete information filed in New
York Civil Service Bulletin on file
at the University Bureau of Appoint-
ments and Occupational Information,
201 Mason Hall. Office hours: 9-12
and 2-4.
University Bureau of Appointments
and Occupational Information
Mary Lambie Married
The marriage of the former Mary
Lambie, '37A, daughter of Dr. and
Mrs. John S. Lambie of Birmingham,
to Samuel Henderson, '39, of Fort
Wayne, Ind., took place Friday.
The ceremony was performed in
the Lambie garden in Birmingham,
and the bride wore her mother's wed-
ding dress. Her sister, Annette, acted
as her maid of honor. Mrs. Henderson
is affiliated with Gamma Phi soror-
ity.

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TRANSPORTATION -21
WANTED,-Passenger for New York
City, leaving Friday, 4 p.m. Call
Northam-2-1297.
WANTED--Ride to New York City or
vicinity Aug. 14-17. Call 9421 after
5:00 p.m. Will share expenses.
LAUNDERING -9
LAUNDRY - 2-1044. Sox darned.
Careful work at a low price.
SILVER LAUNDRY
60'7 Hoover Phone 5594
Free pickups and deliveries
Price List
(All articles washed and ironed)
Shirts ..................... .14
Undershirts................04
Shorts.....................04
Pajama Suits ............... .10
Socks, pair ................. .03
Handkerchiefs..............02
Bath Towels ............... .03
All Work Guaranteed
Also special prices on Coeds'
laundries. All bundles done sep-
arately. No markings. Silks,
wools are our specialty.
TYPING-18
TYPING-L. M. Reywood, 414 May-
nard St., Phone 5689.
TYPING-Experienced. Miss Allen,
408 S. Fifth Ave. Phone 2-2935 or
2-1416. 34
VIOLA STEIN-Experienced typist
and notary public; mimeograph-
ing. 706 Oakland, phone 6327.

FOR RENT
FOR RENT-4-room, nicely furnish-
ed apartment, private bath, elec-
tric stove and refrigeration. Os-
born, 1339 So. State St.
FOR RENT-2-room suite, separate
study, no other roomers. 816 So.
State, Apt. 3, Phone 2-3759.
MODERN, attractively furnished
apartment - air-conditioned; all-
electric; garage; 4 rooms; tile bath;
$50. Call 2-1414 or 2-3764.
ROOMS including apartment for
graduate women or young couple.
Constant hot water. 426 E. Wash-
ington. Inquire at 422 E. Washing-
ton. Mrs. Lewis.
FURNISHED APARTMENT for fac-
ulty or graduate couple. 3-rooms,
fully furnished. Second floor of
two-family residence. 210 North
Seventh.
AVAILABLE for five faculty or grad-
uate men-five spacious rooms,
private bath, in beautiful Ives
Woods home, on bus service. Call
9710. Mrs. Helen B. Allen.

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LASTEX FOUNDATIONS
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HICKORY
SEAMLESS SIS is an expert at
beautiful figure control-with-
out sacrifice of comfort. Fash-
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Lastex . . . no seams, no stays,
no fasteners -not even a hem.
Youthful lace top bra. Inviza-
Grip garters. $5
8 NICKELS ARCADE

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Final Cleann-up
SALE!
BEGINS MONDAY
ONCE A YEAR ... A SALE LIKE THIS!

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TEACHERS!
BUSINESS WOMEN!

STUDENTS!
HOUSEWIVES!

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Here are marvelous buys for the classroom, for the office, for street
and dressy wear. Dresses that you can wear into winter. Coats that
will take you into Fall and start next Spring with.
Dresses at $5.00
Dark Crepes, Alpacas - Prints, Sheers
former values to $16.95
Dresses at $7.00 - - $10.00 - - $12.75
Black, navy and lighter colors in alpaca-crepes, all good for Fall.
Dark sheers and prints excellent for late vacation travel. Former
values from $14.95 to $29.75. Sizes 11-17, 12-44, 18V2-26/2.
...COATS...
Reefer, fitted and swagger styles in black, navy and lighter shades
at $7.00 and $10.00. Former values $16.95 to $29.75
SKIRTS ... at 11/2 riee
In dark colors-former values $1.95 to $5.95.

Light Summer Skirts ......................:..$1.00 and
Blouses, closeouts, at ..........................39c and
Better Blouses .....................................at
Better Hosiery .................................2 pair
Costume Jewelry, odds and ends, $1.00 vahes ...............
Slacks and Play Suits at....................$1.95, $2.95,
FINAL REDUCTIONS
ON SUMMER DRESSES

$1.95
$1.00
$1.95
$1.00
.25c
$3.95

The perfect
way to enjoy
these delicious

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generously. Refreshing in the warmest
weather. Three sparkling fragrances . .
Whisper, Gardenia, and Eau de Cologne.
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Cottons and spun rayons at $1.95, $3.95 and $5.00 Sizes 11-44.
Pastel Crepes, Prints, Sheers .............. $3.95, $5.00 and $7.00
Maternity Dresses
One Special Group of
COTTONS and BEMBERGS
Sizes 12-20- at

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