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To Mke the B ascinailig
Lights and music-and lovely frocks. How successful they will make the
Panhellenic Ball! Shimmering gowns that ripple softly with every move-
ment of the wearers--soft lights that cast bewitching shadows over the scene
-glittering jewels and head hands-the whole gaining effectiveness against
the blac-and-white of the men's attire-make a picture not easily forgotten.
The Gowns must be festive-and becoming. For some there are the crisp
little taffeta frocks, pastel shades trimmed with black velvet in French-like
style, or cleverly adorned with silver or gold lace and flower ornaments. For
others are softly draped frocks of georgette gleaming with rhinestones, bead
ornaments or flower corsages. Most stunning of all are the velvet gowns of
clinging mode. Black, sparkling with glittering stones, or richly colored.
There are gowns at prices you wish to pay, varying from $29.75 for the
simplest taffeta and georgette models to $85.00 for the striking velvets. .
ttain Street

A Feather Fan
To Match the Gown
-in one hand there must be a fan,
feathered and decidedly coy as it
row hides now reveals bewitch-
ing eyes. There are coque feather
fans in wanted colors, priced
$15.00, while ostrich feather fans
may be ordered in the desired
shide, 'priced $10.00.
Metal Ribbons
For Hair Bands
Metal ribbons are used for the
wide head bands that- are so much
in vogue just now. These beauti-
ful ribbons come in silver, gold and
colors and add a glittering note to
the costume that accentuates its
Sparkling Combs
and Jewelry
For the girl who does not asear
a wide head band there are nar-
row ands of metal leavess. sparkl-
ing stones, or flowers. Glittering
combs are used in high coififres.
Earrings and braes lets need not be
expensive, but if you choose theis
here, they a ill be effective and in
good taste.
Dainty Lingerie
For Underneath!
Lingerie is unseen, to be sure,
but it must be dainty and fine if
it is to serve its purpose in pro-
viding the velvet smoothness for
the proper fitting of the gown.
Dainty silk things strapless bras-
sieres and proper fitting girdles
are found here.
Fne Hose-
Silver, God and Co-ors
Silver and gld hoeethe satch the
slippers are found, some plain and
thers in clocks. Beautiful lack
silk hose with French lace ecks
leak awell with the lack sel-et
gesn, and chiffon heseaare so
popular. Prices range from $2.50
te $4.00..
Silver Brocade Pumps
Silver brocade pumps complete
the costume effectively. They may
be chosen with block heels and
small cutout at the side, $9.50, or
with Louis heels in one-strap style
at $.50.

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