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Children’s Books Theme Of Talk By School Librarian

Miss Hazel Keedle, of the junior department of the Ann Arbor public library, spoke on the subject "Books for Children Under Twelve” on the entertainment program last night at Moose hall following the initiation of Betty Wray, of Willard St., into the Women of the Moose. She illustrated her lecture by the display of books recommended by the American Library Association and made special reference to the pamphlet on Book Week printed by the 9B printing class of Slauson Junior High school listing preferred books "For the Very Young,” "For the In-Betweens" and "For Junior High School Readers.” The chapter night was conducted in honor of the library chairman, Mrs. Hazel Bross, of Hillcrest Ave.

The College City Four also appeared on the program, presenting selections of old-time barbershop close harmony. Members of the quartet are Carl Donner, Al Kranz, Robert Phillips and Ormand Phillips, all members of the Ann Arbor Loyal Order of Moose and also of the Society for the Preservation and Encouragement of Barbershop Quartet Singing in America.

Official visitor for the evening was Mrs. Ruby Pagels, a member of the college of regents of the Michigan City, Ind., chapter. "Good of the Chapter” prize was won by Mrs. Maude Miller, of Ypsilanti, and the chairman’s prize by Mrs. Charles Newman, of Birk Ave.