Symbolic Screens: Coast of arms of individuals prominent in the history of the Episcopal church, the city and the University, are painted on shields incorporated in woodwork screens installed in St. Andrew's Episcopal church. A detail of the screens showing some of the shields is pictured above.
Chamber Launches Program: Centering the speakers' table at last night's Chamber of Commerce dinner at the Michigan Union, were left to right: Cone W. Lighthall, Dr. Alexander G. Ruthven, president of the University, Charles J. Boyd of Detroit, the speaker; Frank B. DeVine, toastmaster; Charles J. Hutzel, Chamber President, and Mayor Walter C. Sadler.
Mass of Yellow: This forsythia bush at the home of Miss Mary E. Kearney, 502 Forest Ave., is considered one of the most beautiful in the city. Now a mass of yellow bell-shaped flowers, the forsythia is attracting wide attention. The shrub is at least 20 years old, Miss Kearney estimates.
Farm Sport Of Early Spring: Another week of warm weather will prepare the soil for spring plowing, but until then farmers in the Ann Arbor area are open to invitations to farm machinery demonstrations and inspection of the latest in seeds. Yesterday more than 250 of them were entertained by the Ann Arbor Implement Co. in its new store, and the program included moving pictures, music, stage acts and the ever popular free lunch buffet style, which was featured when the above picture was taken.