^lltirUfA, If(U4, Can Biuf, tf-oJi '*1luU Swell Gwu' 1 By MARY ANN CAMPBELL So, my sweet, you’re in a quandary about what would be exceedingly suitable for HIM . . . you know, the only man in your life. Your worries should be at least partially over. The women’s page staff, with all their usual amiability, have put their curly heads together and evolved a list of sugges tions which ought to bring one Bright Idea, anyhow, to your mind. In case lie's in the Armed Forces, or in case he isn't, too, he would appreciate a writing case, which is all fitted up with paper, pencil, envelopes, and pockets for stamps and unan swered letters, and even has a place for addresses. You can get paper all decorated with insignia for whichever branch of the ser vice he happens to be in. He might like a duffle bag for his shaving things. You can find very elegant ones, too, which have all the shaving things in them. A leather kit containing brush es, a comb, a soap box and other aids to looking grand enough to please the colonel or sergeant, or somebody like that, would be most acceptable. In case you don’t know him too awfully well but don’t want him to forget you entirely, send him a carton or three of his favorite cigarettes. The cigarette compan ies are most co-operative about getting them to his camp. A non-breakable mirror will solve some of his packing wor ries ... he can be sure he won't end up with bits of shattered glass in his handkerchiefs and seven years of horrible luck to haunt him. A box of shoe shine things, that is a miracle of neatness and compactness, won’t break your bank account in half, yet will do lots of good service. Nobody appreciates a mending kit quite as much as a poor man who has lost some buttons or ac quired a hole and who hasn’t any needles or thread or buttons. If you provide him with these things, he will sooner or later call you thrice-blessed. If he’s a rabid checker play er, you might give him a minute box containing the board and checkers, which all packs into nothing, practically, and is made bo the checkers won’t fall . V/hoosh . . . off the board if the game is supported on the play ers’ knees. Then there is always the mat ter of FOOD! Cookies are per fect ... or maybe he loves fancy ciieeses ... or possibly some un usual jams with fancy crackers WARNING Thousands of Mail Clerks Have Gone to War. Offices and Trains are congested. Mali \our Cards, Letters, Parcels during first week of Deoemtier for Christmas delivery CO-OP DRESS UP FOR THE HOLIDAYS • Complete your outfit with a new hat from the Honnet Nook. We have the casual, cockv types that you college girls like. They are just the thing to make your va cation a perfect one. ★ BONNET NOOK 907 Willamette or zweiback to spread ’em on. You’ll be popular not only with Hm, but with all his friends as well, if you kick through with some eatables. Or, if you have enough time, you can get regulation yarn and regulation patterns and produce a sweater, a scarf, some socks, or gloves right off the end of your knitting needles. I PTA Community Sing Miss Maude Garnett, associate professor of public school music at the University, will direct the community sing for the Parent Teachers association at the River Road grade school on Friday, De cember 4. Miss Garnett is chairman of the music program for the Oregon Congress of the PTA. For the past several years she has been active in directing group singing for the various PTA groups throughout the state. ADS Initiates Alpha Delta Sigma, men’s na tional advertising honorary, last Friday night concluded its fall term schedule of activity with a dinner during which six pledges were initiated. Those initiated were Max Mil ler., Dwayne Heathman, Bob Gil son, John Jensen, Allen Rouse, and Jim Harrison. UNFINISHED FURNITURE and CABINETS * Desks * Chests * Chairs * Tables FURNITURE by HORTON 865 OLIVE It simply isn't Christmas to a woman . .. unless she gets Hosiery! Give “Gaymode” Rayons The, Modern Stocking RAYONS^ ,-'T** :-- <*« FULL FASHIONED HOSIERY 98c The sheer flattery of chiffons, clear and lovelv, for looking her very best. In just-right colors for her winter clothes. Or service weight, if she prefers them. They do i wear longer, of course, and many women prefer them for winter warmth. Washing instructions come with ever}- pair to help her keep them lovely. FULL FASHIONED HOSIERY 79c Stockings you would expect to pay much more for. In both chiffon and service weight, with rayon washing instructions included.