Annex Bazaar to Aid Student Fund
Radcliffe's Community Service organization will try for $400 profits from their April 13 bazaar, Elizabeth Heaton '51, chairman of the group, announced yesterday.
All proceeds from the bazaar, the third annual affair since the war, will benefit the World Student Service Fund.
Dormitories will join the clubs this year in providing booths and entertainment for the project. Briggs Hall, the Outing Club, and the Athletic Association have already agreed to sponsor the annual square dance, which will be held in the Radcliffe gym the night of April 13.
Other house and club enterprises lined up for the event include a Food Counter supplied and manned by Everett House residents, a used clothing booth sponsored by the '49 Yearbook staff, and an additional food booth provided by the Radcliffe Chorale Society.
Community Service members are also planning a large-scale bridge game, "on-the-spot" portraits, merchandise booths supplied gratis by local stores, and a student art work salon with purchasable paintings.