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Miles Street Dormitory
To Have Christmas Dance
The Miles Street women's dor
mitory is planning a Christmas
dance to be held Saturday. De
cember 14: when each woman
will be permited to invite one
The committees are decoration.
Mary A. Galletti '42. Mary J. Chol
lak '43. Rosemary Fleming '44.
Martha J. Haverstick '44, and
Jeanne E. Martin '44: refresh
ments. Helen P. Miller '43. Hanna
L. Peebles '44. and A. Ruth Shenk
The dormitory is also contribut
ing to the WSGA Christmas fund.
Drydock May Have
Special Yule Program
Drydock night club is making
tentative plans to follow last year's
precedent in presenting a special
Christmas program, probably Sat
urday night, December 4.
Last year's program featured, in
addition to the regular program,
a Santa Claus who led students in
celebrating " Christmas and who
Tomorrow, the night club will
have its usual weekly program in
I,M , Sandwich Shop starting at 9
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7 HOSIUY CORP.
139 S. Allen St.
Christmas comes only once a
year and with it comes an annual
worry—what to give. One of the
biggest worries along this line, at
least for Betty Coed, is what to
give Joe College but, this year,
that's one problem that the State
College stores seem to have solv
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noticed on a—te
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t .• *qv 'shop p i n g to u r
vere a bunch of
4"wool and silk
, a- . lounging robes.
They're ava iI-
Re 4 able "at prices
to fit every
purse," so the
sign said and, taking a guess, we'd
say they could be bought for from
five dollars up to about 20 . . . a
novelty in sleepwear are pajamas
printed with a Currier and Ives
design . . incidentally, robes and
pajamas can be bought in match
ing sets . . . on the same general
subject don't forget slippers, es
pecially Loafers, a versatile bit
of footwear which can be worn
either in the house or outdoors.
. Socks,. handkerchiefs. and. ties
. . . don't laugh at this suggestion
for men really appreciate these
things if they're chosen wisely .
no man ever has too many ties,
especially in the newer colors and
fabrics . . Argyle socks and in
itialed handkerchiefs are always
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A pair of flashy gloves under
his Christmas tree would be a
Relief To. Benefit
From Poverty Ball
Mrs. Ralph D. 1 - letzel's Emer:-
gency Relief -Fund for ,studerith
will be aided by the nroceeds of .
the Poverty Ball being sponSored
by the campus societies _ oh .De
'Besides the monetary admission
price, which_ has not as yet been
set, cans of vegetables or fruit
will be required for admittance.
These will be donated to the Local
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Gifts For Joe College
Stenciled Brick—lndividual Molds
Pecan Rolls—Special Xmas Flavors
FOR YOUR CHRISTMAS
welcome sight to 'almost any Joe
College . . . they (gloves, not
Christmas trees) come in mocha.
pigskin, suede and three or four
other materials . . . and don't for
get a muffler and .mitten set . . .
new colors . . . new styles . . .
what size, please?
For the outdoor man all the
stores are showing ski jackets; ski
pants, and mittens and hoods . .
there are all sorts of winter ath
letic equipment . . . skis . . . ice
skates . . . ski bojs . . . ski poles.
In traveling cases and other
men's dress accessories there's an
almost unlimited choice .. . mili
tary brushes . . . tie racks . .
handkerchief. cases . .• .collor. box
es . . . stud boxes . . . perhaps the
most novel thing in this line is
a new combination tie rack and
case . . . it's made of
: leather and
constructed for convenience in
traveling and usefulness in keep
ing Joe College's ties in perfect
shape . . . cost is from $2.50 to
A chain, or key ring with the
College seal-or fraternity insignia
is sure to make a hit with almost
any man . . . leather cigarette
case or a billfold in natural tan
or saddle leather should go a long
way -toward producing a Senior
Ball date . . yoU can never go
wrong with some sort of utility
jewelry . .. we suggest tie guards,
cuff links, belt buckles, collar
pins, key chains, knives, and so
In the five and dime we noticed
a whiz -of a glossy red fire truck
. . . it had two.ladders and a bell.
Welfare Committee -to provide
Christmas cheer in the form of
food baskets for needy, families.
. The monetary . profit will be
turned over to the Student Welfare
Committee, headed by Mrs. Hetzel,
which provideS - loans for needy
.. Thomas ;C. Backenstose 1, pres
ident of Skull and Bones, is chair
man of the dance committee. He
will be assisted by the presidents
of the other hat societies.
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THE DAILY COLLEGIAN CHRISTMAS SUPPLEMENT
Planned By PHA Group
Plans for a freshman Christ
mas dance to be held in the Old
Main Sandwich Shop at 8:30 p.
m. Friday, December 20, are
rapidly taking shape, according to.
Fred L. Gocidman '44, chairman•
of the freshman entertainment
committee of the PSCA.
The•dance will - be informal. and
open to freshmen men and lko
men only. In keeping with the
'44 spirit of the affair, a freshman
band organized at the Beaver
House will provide the music.
Lane Pollack '44 is chairman
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5 GIFT SUGGESTIONS .
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Pajamas ____from $2.00
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Suspenders $l.OO Muffler-Glove
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This Christmas give her something smart to wear! Nothing bet
ter than jackets, skirts, blouses! Choose from our big collection
W of "sure-to-please" dress-up _ and tailored blouses, sweaters,
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PATERSON HOSIERY SHOP
E. College Ave.
of the dance _Committee and 'as
aided by Philip. B. PenningtOn . '44,
George H. Hoover '44, Daniel C.
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