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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Summer Collegian — 18 July 1941

Official Announcements • * ¦ - _¦ * ¦ ¦ * ¦ Calendar—July 18 To July 25 College Appropriation B*II T i I __5 ____ sa _$^*bdfs _& &* s JK?1 HIS S Olal <J_?$1 ^^UJ_? _£z _&_4j Airport _Measnr@ Fails I® Pais i-aasms__--g^»_apffl«^^^88_jig| INTERVENTION in the present European war by the United States will be the subject of a talk by Philip LaFolJette in Schwab -Auditorium at 8:15 Monday night. His speech will be sponsored by the America First Committee. TODAY 8 a. m. to 4 p. m. Annual exhibit of books and other educational supplies. Armory. 7:30 p. m. Program of one-act plays by classes in dramatic production. Little Theatre, Old Main. 9 p. m. Subscription dance. Music by Don Peebles and his orchestra. Admission fee is 35 cents per person and matriculation card. Rec Hall. TOMORROW 5 p. m. Industrial education picnic. Hort woods. 7:30 -p. m. Program of one-act plays by classes in dramatic production. Little Theatre, Old Main. 7 p.m. Fun Night. Re...

Publication Title: Summer Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Summer Collegian — 18 July 1941

For An. Ideal. Picnic Supper Individual Cube Steaks each 10c Asserted Cold Cuts - - lb. 30c Dial 775 for Free Delivery S 104W.__-_arerAve_r_e II ESI HEAD •a THE SUMMER COLLEGIAN OM SALEM sniiffisoiHek ?_iX£ ¦c r_* PHOTOGRAPHS-.©. Are Essential in the Scheme of National Defense. HAKE YOUR APPOINTMENT TODAY _RM STATE PHOTO SHOP _Coiiege Ave. . Dial 2345 We have on hand a complete as 5cr._1.ent of smokers' supplies Cigars • Pipes Cigarettes GRAHAM _ SON ....„Alsp. _.. . a Fresh Supplj oi Salted Nuts Established Since 1896 mm COLLEGIAN Published every Friday morning--during th_ Summer Session by students of the Pennsylvania State College in the' interests of the College, .students, faculty, alumni, and friends. The Summer Collegian has the official _sanction. mid support of" the Summer Session Office ar.d its finances are controlled directly by ihe Student Union Office. .sj-Sw-S.- t w_pi.__siltir_a i-_)/» N-rtoN-t /_.ove-t...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Summer Collegian — 18 July 1941

THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF STATE COLLEGE ^; . Member of federal _Depmait Insurance _Corpondien Get Your Beauty The Fun Way FOR A REM VACATION Rest R Fly to Mexico or California Cruise to Florida or Alaska Take a Trip on the Great Lakes PLAN YOUR VACATION AHEAD OF TIME THROUGH THE HOTEL STATE COLLEGE TRAVEL BUREAU "No Charge for Oar Services _Louetta Neusbaum - v Phone 733 Shipment of New Fail Skirts, Dresses, and Blouses All Shades and Patterns On Sale At : AA_£7_VM>i ( C S>>?.»»_V> DKESS SHOP ctcc_^uic k ) _h _^K 124 E. College Dial 862 Don Peebles And Band Af 2nd Dance Tonight Don Peebles and his dance band will be featured at the second dance of the summer session in Recreation Hall at 9 o'clock tonight. The young maestro hails from Harrisburg where he and his outfit have been playing during the past two years. He will offer a varied repertoire of both sweet and swing tunes. Admission will be 35 cents per person with ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Summer Collegian — 18 July 1941

o_ _m eio (Si:3(_ — Tfcfi Auditorium—July 2 a__:ser-red Seats on Sale at Student Uaioa—Sue "Moo-r _3_nT—July 3_ The Division of Dramatics - _/jj-*_s_.._: _: ITS SUMMER THEATRE COMPANY $2.00 to $5.00 I - $1,00 I - $159 Hals Cotton Naysuils Shop Smart 123 S. Allen St Dial 2895 PENN'S fcAVE AMERICA'S OILY _ALLtfVATER CAVE3*! f. Located 18 Miles S_o.tfoe|st ©f _ .&tate College S Miles East of Centre flail ©ft Route. 9 5 >¦ Open Day attd Night Shows at 7:00 and 8:45 Friday. July 13 YESTERDAY the glamorous Orient gripped her in its seductive spell! Tonight she'll do anything to escape its mysterious terror' "Passage from. aK ¥ a iter from SPIDER 'ALL-AMERICAN . RATHSKELLER THIS WEEKEND TRY A ' Saturday. Monday. _Tsaesdaj - July 19. 21. 22 Harold Bell Wright". "The Shepherd! of the Hills *1 ' in i _echnjcolor with __ohn Wayne. Betty Field HOTEL BROCKERHOff Cocktail Lounge On the Diamond, Bellefonte AIR CONDITIO...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Summer Collegian — 24 July 1941

Superintendents, Guidance Officers Meet Next Week Main Session Held Monday 3-Day Conference Barrere, Noted Flutist At Concert Tonight Begins Tuesday " Bernreuter; the Reading Clinic a group_^rected by Dr. E. A. Betts ; of students will serve punch and cookies from 4 until 5 o'clock. The Central Pennsylvania branch of the National Vocational Guidance Association will hold its summer meeting here Monday afternoon and Tuesday morning. The theme of the conference will be "Guidance Facilities Available in the Universities." Marion R. Trabue, dean of the School of Education, is president of the branch and will direct the meeting which will open with a luncheon in the Old' Main Sandwich at 12:45 p. m. Monday. The main session will be held in Room 121 Sparks Builing at 2 o'clock Monday afternoon. Speakers will-be Dr. Clifford R. Adams of the College Psych-Educational Clinic; Dr. Thomas E. McMullin of the School of Education, University of Pennsylvania; and Dr. Gwendolyn Schn...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Summer Collegian — 24 July 1941

WASHABLE SLACKS SPORT SHIRTS SLACK SUITS _HAtrtw MAacp._oA_._ni, Tiiut- JACK HARPER $DAY$ SPECIALS SUMMER COLLEGIAN Published every Friday -morning , during th« Summer Session by students of the Pennsylva--ma State College in the interests of the College _students, faculty, alumni, and friends. The Summer Collegian has the official _sanction end support of the Summer Session Office and it: -finances are controlled directly by the Student "Wnion Office. _iKWEwwrao pom national _AovixtrriaiMrt ir. « National Advertising Service, Iir. College Publishers Representative 420 Madison Ave. New York. N.y. _Cjiicaoo • Doctor • Los Amgeuw • _SAtl _FtMBCliicu Editorial and Business Office Student Union Desk, 101 Old Main.. Dial 711 Editors JOHN BAER PAT NAGELBEHG Business Managers JAMES McCAUGHEY PAUL GOLDBERG Women's Editor JANET TWICHELL I ' ' .. ?•—Thursday. July 24. 1941 Summer Session Announcements (Continued from Page One) 2 p:m. Open meeting of the Central Pennsylvani...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Summer Collegian — 24 July 1941

Hats 50c to $1.00 Blottses-...... * .•._*_¥ 141 CostumeJewelry ............... .2 for $1.00 _^nW»^_iW_* **w"" • • « * • • • _k *• • • • • ^••ww_*" lw . ?^PwWP Pastel •:¦ CHeves"7.. 50c OmMFeoV Blesses . ............... _SltSO SMART SHOP 123 S. Allen St Dial 2895 Week-end Guests Will Enjoy Staying Alrtie State College Hotel Phone m PENN'S CAVE AMERICA'S ONLY ALL-WATER CAVER* Located 18 Miles Southeast of State College 5 Miles East of Centre Hall on Route 95 Open Day and Night» Solve \L S. Problems, ffliilip LaFollette Says (Continued from Page One) Europe but will perhaps '"have lost the last vestige of it here.". ' 4. He said that we are faced at iiome with grave economic problems and that we should try to solve them rather than enter the •war. He foresaw the possibility of a dictatorship-in the United States. ' . He also gave two main risks we will run if we stay out of the war. They are: . 1. Economic competition with Germany. LaFollete minimized this d...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Summer Collegian — 24 July 1941

At The "Air Cooled" Sign _K_^S_&_lSaH_&_g_^_illliTC State College 121 S. Allen St Lucien Lelong Gift Talcums $1.00 Eve in Paris Bath Powder and Cologne both for SI.00 25c Wrisley Bath Soaps cakes SI.00 5 Early Set Four Piece SI.00 Le Sonier 4* | Refillable Bath \ I Powder Mitten t ot Weather Cologne _$|do Bottle *g Lentheric # _f New Iceberg _T| 1 Cologne X $_S VALUE LIMITED TIME _Heep cool and collected throughotit fcy hot weather, active sports, travel! sh Dorothy Gray Hot Weather Cole on temples, wrists, nape of neck, _jver you after shower. "Wonderfully csliing! Makes a delightful light imer perfume, body-rub. CHOICE Cara Nome Week End Kit— Two Creams. Face Powder and Tonic FRAGRANCES: Jasmin Bouquet, Geranium Bouquet, Natural, Stoeet r o Dagget and Ramsdell Beauty Sampler e Two Lotions and Face Powder v T "_* If©,, $1.00 Avers Luxuria face Powder and $1.00 Luxuria Beauty Cream b...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Summer Collegian — 24 July 1941

STATE COLLEGE'S 3RD ANNUAL DOLLAR DAY TODAY $ $ TODAY Here's the List of All the Merchants Participating in this Greatest Bargain Day of the tear. Jack Harper Moore's Dress Shop Heeler's Persia Shoe Store College Book Store Crabtree's Bottorf's Paul A. Mitten Smith's Tailor Shop _ McKee's Market Hartman & Sellers Co. Rea & Derick A & P Super Market People's Furniture Co. Haverly's Grocery Paterson Hosiery Shop Shomberg's Egolf's Charles' Fellow Shop Electric Supply Co. Varsity Shop Struble's Clover Farm McLanahan's Alice Elizabeth Shop Fromm's College Cut Rate Children's Shop W. R_. Gentzel College Hardware Co State College Floral Shaffer Stores Sears Roebuck & Co. Sfnart Shop SHOP TODAY FOR GRAND BARGAINS AT ANY OF THE ABOVE STORES _f_^_nri _feSial_^ _^ 'Armed Camp Students Trained in SATC Barracks This Might Happen Igaii • Surveys show it, • national-leadi ers predict it and\some. of .them urge. it—everything points to. the...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Summer Collegian — 24 July 1941

MEN'S APPAREL (Corner Allen and Beaver' State College THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF STATE COLLEGE _~ _"""'"' "-_"s w' - Member of _^-P _^tt_* , "H Federal Deposit hwwjimce Car aeration EXCITEMENT! DRAMA! ACTION! YOUR SUMMER THEATRE COMPANY m "MOOR BORN" A Dramatic Costume Play in "Wutkering Heights'' Background 8:30 July 30 Wednesday Tickets 50c Schwab Aud Reservations at Student Union Now! FOR DELICIOUS HOME - COOKING AT MODERATE PRICES . . . TRY FENWAY TEA ROOM Fresh Baked Pies Daily — W. College Avenue Blair Netters Downs S. C. 7-2 Blair County Tennis Club took over the newly organized State College team in its first competition of the summer by a 7-2 score on the College _, varsity courts Sunday afternoon. The State College outfit, made up of summer school students, College faculty members, and town residents, won only two _^ singles matches out of the card of six singles and three doubles competitions. Al Hildebrandt, former Nittany Lion net c...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Summer Collegian — 24 July 1941

FOR THE LATEST Summer School News READ THE SUMMER COLLEGIAN Copies on sale at Student Union DOLLAR DAY SPECIALS - $1.00 - $1.00 2 prs. $1.00 - $1.00 - $1.00 SLIPS - - - - BLOUSES - - - PANTIES - - - FOUNDATION GARMENTS BAGS - - - - AY?\\h c DRESS SHOP k V SUMNER SCHOOL ORGANIZATIONS Don't delay having P r o g r a m.s, Catalog u e s_, Bulletins, etc., printed at your earliest convenience. Nittany Printing and Publishing Co 119-21 S. Fraxier St. 59 Students Win Engineering Honors Fifty-nine students in the School of Engineering won outstanding academic honors during the past semester by securing a scholastic average of 2.5 or better. Under the College grading system 3.0 is the highest mark attainable. . The engineering students, 26'of whom graduated last month, were placed on the "Dean's List," released by Dean H. P. Hammond, of the _School of Engineering. Youth Hoslel Opens In Pittsburgh South Park, Pittsburgh, boasts of its first youth hoste...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Summer Collegian — 24 July 1941

earance KMIN'S MEN'S SHOP KALIN'S HEN'S SHOP la-oummer SUMMER STUDENTS LOOK ¦ ii Present this Ad and Received a Champion Milk Shake with Whipped Cream for 5c CLIFFS The Milk Shake Store 145 S. Allen St. Dial 4777 HOTEL BROCKERHOFF Cocktail Lounge On the Diamond, Belief onte AIR-CONDITIONED . SAT-. MON., TUES. BETTESNB JIMMY TEAM W tajive pi_:_$w _sereeU's BETtE "i ti nine my s _^_T_^S -W ¦" ¦ 9 B ¦ " - wflfc " ' 1 , Stuart mi$ Eugene Palletie WCK'_CAISOH r aifi« Bios. _Ftetuto _WRJIE_1*iMk Shows at 7:00. 8:45 Matinee Saturday at 2:15 Classical Music Students can _SSOMJi. Students in Uiited States colleges, universities ynd professional schools help meet their expenses through scholarships , loans oor wages foh part-time work totaling more than $50,000,000 a year, according to the U. S. Office of Education. Funds provided by the institutions themselves, according to the /eport amo\'_. -.ted to $41,475,686. NVA payment.; in t...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Summer Collegian — 1 August 1941

Missing Student Found; Hitch-hiked To California What threatened to become another unsolved Penn State mystery turned into a boyhood prank when word reached the Summer Collegian several days ago that Thomas P. Meehan, Jr. '43 had been found. Meehan had been reported missing since June 29 when he left his home in Jenkinstown supposedly to enter summer session here. Instead of taking a bus to State College, however, he hitchhiked to California, in the mean time throwing the police into a nation-wide hunt. Meehan remained silent till last Saturday when he wrote his parents that he was on the Pacific Coast and was working. Ben G. Graham Is Commencement Speaker Thursday •^_j» . Dr. Ben George Graham, super-• _%. intendent of public schools in Pitts-: ^|feburgh, - . will be the principal -_^peaker at the summer session _^_ic_^mmencement which will be _hejd " on* the mall in front of the New Eibrary at 7 p.m. Thursday. In :Jcase of rain the graduation -exer-;_5jjfcises will be cond...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Summer Collegian — 1 August 1941

DonTDisdppfnTflie Folks Back Home,., _t Greet Them With A _1_"w v-- PENN STATE GIFT For the Fair Sex ... Mother, Sister, Sweetheart Her Favorite Toiletries Whitman's Chocolates Boxed Stationery • • %&* For the Man Back Home Dad, Brother, Boy Friend • A Pipe io Enjoy • Shaving Needs / s_* IL • His Favorite Tobacco REA & DERICK, INC The Rexall Cut-Rate Drug Store Completely Air Conditioned 121 S. Alton Si Coolest Spot in Town THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF STATE COLLEGE Member of Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation SUMMER COLLEGIAN Published every Friday morning during the Summer Session by students of the Pennsylva nia State College in the interests of the College students, faculty, alumni, and friends. The Summer Collegian has the official sancliot and support of the Summer Session Office and it; finances are controlled directly by the Student _KTsuon Office. tW£l»»E3BNTCO fort NATIONAL. _ADVEnTI3IN<l ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Summer Collegian — 1 August 1941

fPENN'S CAVE AMERICA'S ONLY ALL-WATER CAVERN .Located 18 Miles Southeast of State College §1 5 Mile* East df Cefcfre Hall on Route 95 ' y_± • . ;.- ?i Open-Bay and Night- Announcements Classical Music .'(Continued from Page One) 4:00-p.m. Home Economics Panel Discussion. Topic, Recent Develop- I _^" »^ merits'in Research in Home Eco- TODAY homics and Related Fields. Room 2:30 m> Pops Concert CBL. ' 110 Home Economics Building. 8:00 p.m. Debussy: Nuages. Ber-9 ; 0fla.m. Summer Session art ex- lioz: Symphonie Phantastique hibition. Room 303 Maui Engmeer-' WQXR. ing Building. _^ -" 9:30 ' pm;Rethberg sings, Wall-4:00 p.m. Children s play pro- ettstein conducts WOR. duced by the classes in educational 10:00 p-m Mendelssohn Syiridramatics. Little . Theatre_, -phony No 4 WQXR. 8:00 p.m. Annual.concert by the 10:3O pm; First Pian0 Quartet chorus of the _^ Institute of Music rdka Education. _Schwab Auditorium. 11:30 ' pm _ Husic you want Thursday i . *9:00 a.m. Summer Ses...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Summer Collegian — 1 August 1941

lis Second Yea ntenng fc r Wife ia% fp ©_nlUgfew Complete Campus Coverage—An Official Penn State Pu Miration Leave Name and Address at Student Union for Subscription M "Kiss the Boys Miw" with Mary Martin, Don Anteche Oscar Levant, Rochester . and Connie Bos well Matinee Saturday Only at 2:15 Edward! _5, Robinson Martens IDiefricn ©e®irge Raffit in ""mm IPffiWfiir- - THE mmm lion ini "On the Campus" lave Yew Graduation _)_iiier at fee inn Shows at 7:003:45 "Bad Men of iHissourS" with DENNIS MORGA'K JANE WYMAK WAYNE MORRIS JUST ARRIVED NEW FALL DRESSES • Suava Crepes, in Prints • Spun Rayons, in Prints Sizes 12 to 42 SMART SHOP 123 S. Allen St. .. . Dial 2895 Shows at 7:00, 8:45 TODAY. SATURDAY [ HOTEL BROCKERHOF F Cocktail Lounge On the Diamond, Belief onte AIR CONDITIONED Civil Service Jobs Listed Examinations for five types of positions -were announced yesterday by the Civil Service Commission in Washington, D. C...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Summer Collegian — 9 July 1946

fall Enrollment To Reach 10,000 _frosh Assigned To 20 Colleges '' . " r The largest freshman class in the history of the College —2725 in all—will be assigned to 20 different colleges of the . State this Fall, President Ralph D. Hetzel announced today. }y To the main campus, Dr. Hetzel said, the College will _Readmit 2500 former stu'dertbs who are upperclassmen and ! whose education was interrupted by military sei'vice. :: These students, added to the 4500 presently enrolled who 'have indicated they will . re- ~ . sturn in September, will bring I'Peiin State's total anticipated _ienroWmsnit to nearly 10.000. [' The freshmen, 600 of Whom will [be women,, will be assigned to 12 [State Teachers Colleges, Gannion _t.CoIiege fErie\ Keystone College _f(near SerantonV York Collegiate' jjlnstftiite, four Penn State Underirjgpa'dualte Centers at'Altoina, Du-IBols, Hazleton, and _Fotltsiviite, and nthe Mont Alto branch of the Penn-Fsylvania State Forest School. J. " One hundred percent ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Summer Collegian — 9 July 1946

NOW OPEN For De li ghtful Dining You'll enjoy our deliriously prepared foods, done to make you forget the hot weather. DINE HERE OFTEN! ANCHORAGE COFFEE SHOP 210 W. College Ave f/AmcMU A Vbncti Chocolate creations inconceivably delicious to excite the most discriminating palates — the deli ght of gourmets. HaBf Pound Boxes Pound Boxes ... i ... $9»25 $2.90 _docotate Thin Minis SI. 2 5 ALSO WONDERFUL _* CANDY DA DC • *• Dh\K_) _$f* Pate de Noisettes " GSandugd et Fruits _jt, Massepain s' Creme de Cafe . DeffimStely the tastiest candy *lr bars for 35c in town. % THE * CORNER ROOM * '" * . Campuseer Gifting or for your own personal writing stationery _^ _T^^ is _definitel y the right gesture. Keelers have distinctive ~ stationery to fit every personality. Our selection of Eaton's Randomweave, Varsity, Coronet and many others are designed1 especially for those who know fine' stationery. ._* ¦ Feeling very duty and more than a little tired, (an...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Summer Collegian — 9 July 1946

LEWISTOWN To Reach and the PENNA. RA_11ROAP Ride the.. - ^0_^ Bus Lines, Imc Boalsbura Auto <?TATE COLLEGE - LEWISTOWN i Ir_^utTrimP EFFECTIVE SINCE APR.28 PERMANENT TIME SCHEDULE-EFFECiiv_* LISTINGS ON STANDARD TIME 45 AM 3:30 P-M" 5:45 P'M SqM 4:55 P.M. 6:50 _VM _- -, dm 8:00 P.M. 11:30 P.M. 5U p ' m! 7:-0S PM. 12:35 AM East and West Bound Trains .10 P M 4:59 P.M. 7:20 P.M _fa l_' M. siMP-M. 5:54 P.M Lv. State College 7:00 A.M. I" Ar. Lev/istown 8:00 A.M. U: Lv. Lev.l5io-.vn 8.33 A.M. I*: A.r. Stale 'CoUege 9:45 A.M. ¦ i: Makes Direcl Connections with Eastbound Trains: 8:10 A.M. 12 Westbound Trains: 8:36 A.M. _U 11:26 P.M. . t _a_._uistoivn and save hours Ride the Boalsburg Auto Bu. Lm.s to _Lewaww BaUimoro mu * time to _Harrisnur_* Philadelphia , New *•* Washington. Ticket Office: Staie College Hotel - <— _„_pHONE_76» PHONE 733 ___—- iveM er way 0_T 1 K. to re > _gajted ma tm-o- LIQUID CLEANSER [To jjet your...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Summer Collegian — 9 July 1946

MEET THE GANG AT... HOWARDS e better hamburgers are made Whet There's never a shortage . And all the soft drinks you wish And Thafs Bto Joke, Gang! • CREAMERY PRODUCTS • BAKERY GOODS , WRY BACK HOWARD'S CORNER BEAVER AND PUGH 9 Begins Saturday llW_® 8_ISTEBS _OT_^ KJOTNOMM _BlffiST JONB ALI.YS0N *m M-0-M«ciuh • Thursday- Friday • mm ?. _* . BORIS KARIOFF MfcHSAIiPifirftSitft AH HQMrtH —CluU JOHN MAUREEN PAYNE in O'HARA "Sentimental Journey" WEDNESDAY / '{STOCKINGS IN A BOTTLE'4 €asy to apply, quick to dry, slow to wear oft _ygfA_&i/_ttabgb Wonderful Velva Log Film makes your-legs and ankle* look lovelier than ever before. Smart with any cb$_&j&<5\i Indispensable with sportswear. .,. . -¦ ' Vy_^_S _Svnjteige_, light—Sun Bronze, medium—Sun Copp»r, _donu _' Velva teg_^ Film, . 1.00 and 2.00' _rkntuN __-Tr . Velva Leg Film-Buffer, .50 <"""" McLANAHAN'S _» Evenings all P.M._» TONIGHT ...

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