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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 20 April 1921

CLASSIFIED DS PHONE 55 HALF A CENT A WORD A DAY PHONE 55 FOR SALE FOR SALE An Underwood typewriter in perfect condition Cheap Phone 1307 rcd T 199 M FOR SALE Typewriter in perfect con dition Has been used very little Price reasonable Phone 824 black after 5 oclock T 199 FOR SALE Purebred Scotch Collie pups Beautifully marked 801 Locust rhone 1321 W 190tf FOR SALE A pair of dark green portieres Phone 1320 grecn j 193 REAL ESTATE rOR SALE FOR SALE Cowl 7 room modern houe 2 blocks south of Broadway Full sue iaemenL lit 70x180 Price H100 Carey Trasier Pbonc SIJ or 590 white 199 FOR SALE 6 room house on North side close in Price 5500 Weathers Whitctidcs Phone 272 196 FOR SALE 6 room house on North side Price 3500 This place rents for 40 a month Weathers White side Plione 272 195 FOR SALE Practically new 6 room bungalow with bath modern except beat paved street close to school Iov session at once 3000 Terms if de sired Carey Frasier Phone 519 or 590 whlte 182tf HOUSE FURNISHINGS FOR SALE ...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 20 April 1921

yi f m m PACE SIX -- TELLS OF FIRST OIL FIND Geologist Says Drillisx Was Begun at a burtace Seepare Tbe first oil well drilled in the thill ed States is located and drilled be cause of a airfare teepagr J petroleum timitar to tbe prwrrrt that hat tern discovered sesr Columbia Kmrding to a local oil cathimast There a fdaee in Pennjlani brrr He Indians had made use of oil that eeping from the rocks They had been Kdlecting the fluid wiping it p and Kueeting it into contatnrtv for the stoty TItj had been nting k to adorn their fhising countenance and as a tonic About 1SSS Hemy Drake began drill log for oH at this dace Hut he was too far in advance of his time and be a confined as a penon with unsound mind He matured to be rrleaed and finihed hi oU well in secrecy His ef forts resulted ia tbe first oil well and oil boom in America The Tear preri - on a sDoressful veil had been brought in in Rumania which Has the first source of petroleum in the world for commercial purposes According to ...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 21 April 1921

THE COLUMBIA THIRTEENTH YEAR IGONAENTIONOF STATE LEGION MAY BE HERE gjoplin Other City Mentioned for Meeting Will Not Make Strong Bid Is Re port LOCAL POST IS ACTIVE jrllave Spread Propaganda Over I j i Slate Showing Why the Conference Should Be Here In ill probability the state convention cf the American Legion will be belt at Columbia in September J A Douglas local post commander who returned last night from a meeting ol post commanders and state officers a Louis is optimistic over the prospects Lriitin the convention here Ac cording to Mr Douglass Joplin was the only other city mentioned as a possible place for the convention Jack Wil liams state commander lives in Joplin and ioml Mr Dougjas that Joplin veuld not make a strong bid for the convention Williams is an old Missouri nun and is much interested in Colum bia lie will be a candidate for he offi ce of national commander at the next election SEND OUT BULLETINS The local post is not relying op wishes alone to secure the conve...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 21 April 1921

fl w N f w m if Kr It J 4 Hi m m w ft lb m m m I - IN - m I tf4 i kM fell pf1 First lil V PACE TWO SECTION A SPpRT University T aaflon Uhicago SUMMER SESSION On tie Shore of Lake Michigan Tbo UniTonity Campos a haX -boars ride north of theeitr of Chicajro extends for ncexIrnmiloAJoiUElheEhoreof Lake Mich tTan Boatinz available bcthm beaches fight on th Campoa tennis courts and CTmnrsium near Dormitories for men and women Organized exrursins to Inter cttinz points In and near CbicsffO and laka trips toother cities on Lalcr Michigan Lec tures concerts recitals and Craoatls per zurmacc2j on the Campus THt cetUKSCOF USntAL ASTT -Coon tor rtrJnctt tnrtoalrV coqtms to Zowcr Cbrnusirr thd tarries for prw nmlfcJ to vrmlHnatntebym if CTwlit otKin I2cUveUcocn pX ECIICCL OF COKMClrCC CoorM l4lUdr3rvc UMhalor of Memct la lAmatrror UftrJ Itttsttms Admuilttntlon tod CtrtilVd FcUi AecsHjuUnL Comes to rWoQstiD Hutue ttwtecM ItrKMtWKm SaU ftfaumutnt iaeforr bm inert rt FptfsJ trips of tnfprt tioa Nt...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 21 April 1921

m - J ik I News- of Columbia Society Miss Ella Fyalt society tditor uill appreciate it il jou trill telephone so ciety items bcttcccn 9 and 12 oclock Telephone 274 Pi Lambda Thpta will give a lunch eon in honor of lm Helen Ross a charter member of the fraternity at the home of Miss Eva Johnston at 530 oclock this evening Mrs J H Sanders who has been nursing in Providence Hospital in Kan ms City is here miking Mrs F E Mouc before returning to her heme in Jo eland Okla Prof and Mrs E A Trowbridge 1411 IlouclicIIe avenue entertained at 6 oclock dinner last evening The guests were Gerald Waddell Paul Bernard li I Fox and Prof L A Weaver A N Spencer 207 Edgcwood avenue motored yesterday afternoon to port where he entertained with a picnic part The guests were Miss Lillian MiaIey Miss Essie Hevle Miss Helen Clcason Miss Eugenia Hackett of Kan as City and Lewis Spencer and Prof Harr Charlton Miss Rosalie May of Sedalia who has been the guest of Miss Lois Harris Kap pa Alpha Theta house and...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 21 April 1921

- a - J e 3 It PAOE OTJR SECTION A RETURNSFROM EUROPE AFTER EIGHT MONTHS Miss Helen RossAtrivc Home From London Wltvre She Studied Industrial Situation SAW FRANCE AND ITALY Finds Latter Country Me of Revolution Which Maj Not Prove to Be Serious TLRu Hdfn Ross ho his Jnt tin list eight months traveling in Europe niTrd Toeir fr Jvort r11 her mother Mrs J B Ross of 27 Allen plice Miss Ross recdred her A R and B S degrees from the Unirersity of Missouri Miss Ross tits in London for three months during which time she attended the London School of Economics study ing the Englih Industrial situation She also attended the International Labor Conference which was held while she was In Tntulnn Mi Ross lived in Lin colns Inn which has been made famous by Dickens in his nereis and was told that she occupied the room in which Olirer Cromwell at one time was con cealed from his enemies The inn is just around the corner from Fleet street on which are more newspaper offices than on any other street...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 21 April 1921

rtm ARE COVERED BY INSURANCE iHistory of Business Begins With 1 rotcction of Commerce in Flanders and England a stipulated consideration undertake to yiodeianify or compensate another pant agamt loss by certain specified risks Risks at the present time covers a multitude of possibilities V 1 r Flanders about 1300 and in Encland in the sixteenth century Toward the end ot the seventeenth century the 6rst forms rf life insurance arose in England Insurance is now sold under the fol lowing heads Marine fire life traveling lite stock bonds musical inlrumenls auto accident burglarv group health and insurance for parts of the bodv feF rracucany anyiung can now be protect I ed by a policy with one of the many SF companies 9r M working man desires to insure bis children and enable them to have enough money for an education when jjtbey grow up he may buy for them an endoment policy under the industrial plan That is by paying a small sum each week he will at the end of a specified time receive ...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 21 April 1921

U m w IS 1 3 m i AM is tK f m Hi I m HI IN m ih E w r Mi to m 2 V c IK m is Ht If L kF Ml IS J MS- IS u s m iiwiasuuyiJiia1 iuu jaj it PACE SIX SECTION A HIE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURIAN Published every evening except Sunday fcf the Miourian Publishing Associa tion Inc Jiy IL 1MT Hill Columbia Missouri ALFONSO JOHNSON JtUtucn SUDSCKIPTION KATES City Week 10 cents single copies rents By mail in Boon Count Year Ji2S S months 175 3 months 90 cents tenth 35 cents On tide the conntr Year 150 3 toonlhs J12S month 45 cents Pa able in adisnee Member Audit Bureau of Circulations Enrred as second class mail matter TELEPHONE NUMBERS New 274 advertising anil Circulation 55 THE FOKEIGN DEBT The problem ir the foreign dbts owed to the UVitcd States Is a delicate one The greatest danger h that the majf lie the potcn caue of misunderstanding and ill feeling There are great Psf Millies of mischief in them if they are handled in at unintelligent manner for the sums involved are so large that even the ...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 21 April 1921

n fc i CLASSIFIED ADS PHONE 53 IIALF A CENT A WORD ADAY PHONE 53 - j rou SALE 1 Oil SLK btudriil desires to buy h alo typewriter Cheap If inter ested call 1383 red B 197 FOB SLE An Undemofxl tpevriter in perfect conditiun Clicap Phone 1307 red T iw FOB SALE Typc titer in perfect con dilion Has been uteri very little Price reasonable Phone 821 blaek after 5 oclxk T 199 10R SLE Purrbred Scotch Collie pups llcautiluHy marked BUI Locust Phone 1321 V 190tf 1011 SALE A pair of dark preen prieres Plione 1320 grccn J 198 KEAL ESTATE FOR SALE FOR ALE New 8 room bouse hard wood floor sleeping jwrih large lot Piicc 6730 Weathers WhitesiJes Plx ne 272 IH 197 FOR SLK Good 7 room modern house 2 blocks south of Broadway Full size basement Lot 70il80 Price 1100 Care Frasier Phone 519 or 590 wliitc 199 i FOR SALE Practically new 6 room bungalow with bath modern excrpt heat paved street tloe to school Pos session at once 3000 Terms if de sired Garcy - Frasier Phone 519 or 590 white 182tf HOUSE FURNIS...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 21 April 1921

Mi a Btsfjf iv V3t PACE EIGHT SECTION A ADVERTISERS TO MEET IN JUNE A A C of W Plan Education- al Program at Convention in Atlanta Bf Vtei JVru Atlanta Ga April 21 The old the ery that advertising is a costly fad of business bouses which the consumer has to pay for lias all but disappeared Still the public has et to Irarn that because of the senrice of advertising it can buy Letter Roods at less money At the coming Annual Advertising Convention to be held here June 12 to 16 the Public Service Value of Adver tising will be dealt with by men who know from cash drawer experience that advertising pats its own bill who know that in addition it is the greatest ness building instrument of modern times Business men in all lines thoe who buy advertising space and those who sell it Mill find at this great Convention of the Associated Advertising dubs wealth of brass tacks dollars-and-cents infurmalion on the subject vital to every business interest bow to find the way to Better Profits despit...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 21 April 1921

feV fa COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURIAN THURSDAY APRII 21 1921 UNIVERSITTS 79th ANNUAL COMMENCEMENT BTVERSITYTO GRADUATE 584 ON APRIL 27 w p Baccalaureate Address to Be to- uiven dv me nev kelson Spencer of Kansas City J G SHURMAN TO SPEAK Commencement Exericises Will Extend From Sermon Sun day to Graduation on Wednesday Tlic scicnty ninth annual commence ment at ihe Unhcrsity of Missouri -will be April 2 lo 27 Five hundred and eighty four members of the senior class are candidates for graduation This years graduation exercises will be prac tically the same as those of last year with the exception of the University Wo mens play which will be held at a later dale according to Dr George Lefevre cliairman of the exercise committee The two main commencemnt speakers will be the Rev Nelson Spencer D Director of the Grace Trinity Church Kansas City who will delner the baccalaureate ad dress and Jacob Gould Schurman LL D president emeritus of Cornell University vlio will give the commencement ad...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 21 April 1921

1 if t 4 FAGTWO SECTION B Z UKWERSITYTO GRADUATE 584 ON APRIL 27 Continued From Page OneectIon B Humphrrj Roland Oscar Hundlev John Leslie llCX Joseph Leslie Hunt Joseph Tomilinson Hurst John Wildeboor Hurt Robert Dish Hussey Frank Larkin Hutchison Evelyn Hclene Ingels Clltner It Itchner E T Jackson Courtney M Jackson Willam Charlea Laejer Chester George James Tlavia Mary James William L Jameson FJeanor Manghs Lam Robert Lawrence Lapp Harry Clemens Lappin John Curtis Lappin Valeria Pearl Law Viola Virginia Lear Mary Englete Lehman Isidore J Letson Orrin Wolcott Liebst Anna Ruth Lindsay Samuel Thompson lingsweiler John Wallace Linthacum Florence Liter Calvin Pollard Lheuy Eta H Longfellow Erskine S Looney Marjorie Loth David Jr Lowry William Raimen Lucas Charles E Ludi David Joshua Luelf Amanda LnVe Wendell A Jr Lyda Mrs Isabella Wade Mackey Corinne Godfrey Macke Eleanor Reed Madden Rheass May Maddox John Magee Herman J Morrow Catherine A Morse Helen Kalherine Mounce Earl Wimfield Mu...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 21 April 1921

i Fmus first- VALEDICTORY WAS PROPHECY Manuscript of 1043 Gave Word of Hope for the ruture of Man Through Use - of Education foNLY TWO IN THE CLASS BNbte at End of Paper Shows R L louu anu n u ioau Were Graduates Faculty Small i Editors Notl The lulloning is the inlrie t alcilictoTY ol Hobett L Todd t first valedictorian at the University as flf iJ nmnnf Afx nanri at his death Kjif note at the rnrf ues upon the manu script The oblsalion lo llic dixjiarge of duty is inseparable from intelligent be- Tng Man is born to duty It u inci dent to tlie relations in winch he stands i Hml anil In rrnlnl ei slcncos and El tie treat work of education rightly un- is naught else than a prepara tion of mind and of heart for his duty M fnr hit detinv To know the ptiens resulting to each individual from the peculiar situation lie may occupy to be aware of the importance and the means of meeting their demands must certainly be the most important elements of knowledge And we find according- ty that for...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 21 April 1921

III w PACE FOUR SECTION B MUS FIRST VALEDICTORY WAS PROPHECY Continued from rage 3 Section B on the earth where our lot hall lead us there will ever be one subject in common one theme on which we shall all have a flclow fceling a liung fjmpathv It is this spot Around it utir affec tions must ever entwine themsJtes and amidst til the bitterness of worldly rtrife or all the clashing of rival inter ests we may withdraw oursehei fiom the cares and troubles that harass us to mingle in sweet intercourse around this place to recall the events wliicu Have tranpired here and to revive the mem ory of those who meet with us no longer Though there liould be no other tnis must ever remain a subject of fellow-feel-inc and wherever eUe we may be ftrangers here we are all at home But there is one lie dearer higher holier It is that my fellow graduate which has been formed with ou Of a kindred stock united jet more firmly b kindred feelings and by kindred interests this bond lias grovrn in strength ...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 22 April 1921

I K THE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURIAN THIRTEEiNTH YEAR COMMERCIAL SECRETARIES OPEN SESSION President J M Guild Says Ob- jcct of Convention Is to Train Delegates for Tlicir Jobs EGOTISM A HANDICAP Secretary New Industries for the Small Town Is De bated Pro and Con This Morning J M Guild president of the Missouri Commercial Secretaries Association and general secretary of the Chamber of Commerce of Kansas City opened the morning session of the associations con tention here at 10 oclock this morning In his address he urged the commercial secretaries to take advantage of the short courses in secretarial work offered by a Northwestern University at Chicago and by the University of Wisconsin at Mad ison The theme which I would announce for this convention is education he said It has been referred to as a school for secretaries This is the day of the trained secretary and there will be still sealer need for men carefully educated in chamber of commerce work In his address Cuild stated that t...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 22 April 1921

ttt i I l5 Rf B j ft X PACE TWO rWMiHai MUmuksUfJSmimt CLUBS SHOULD GET FACTORIES Continued from paze 1 ciiavil from 50 to 100 jwr ctnt When we take into consideration our potential posxibilities we are forced to the con clusion that we have not always takrn advantage of our opportnnhics ALL CITIES WOULD CROW I take it for granted that every cily desires to grow increase its population numerically and add to its wealth and in dustrial expansion Now the question arises How are we going to achieve this ambition After due deliberation 1 say unquestionably through our com mercial clubs By what method Uy cmplojinga tried and trained man as manager or secretar competent to han dle ibis situation What method is con- aidrred best to bring about this desired frequntly do that they arc dissatisfied j Wh flieir present location or that they i re wing their present quarters Lave the urn nbe of commercial club ad vice Sent hi l he will have their secre tary tike it vi with them on his arrival Iw...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 22 April 1921

lit TIT r y 1 t here left today for a week end visit with SOUTII AMERICANS ORGANIZE culars are being sent from Columbia to i Pf all the universities and college of the United Slates where there are any South American students maninii frnr t Jinft triM n C T niiid It f 1 Miss Ella Wyalt society editor tcill appreciate it if you uilt telephone so ciety items between 9 end 12 oclock Telephone 274 The engagement of Mis Clavlain Cm ro daughter of Mr and Mr Im Henson of Poplar Bluff to Capt II fierce Niedermever of Columbia was an nounced today at a party given by Mrs Henson at her home in Poplar Bluff Misa Costolo was craduated from ih Poplar Bluff High School last June and was a freshman in the University until four weeks ago when she returned to her home She it a member of the Kap pa Kappa Gamma sorority Capt Nied ermeyer it the son of Mr and Mrs F W Niedermeyer of this town He wis graduated from Kemper Military Acad emy at Boonville and attended the Uni versity previous to his enlistm...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 22 April 1921

r tf 1 k pace rant IBE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURIAN Published every evening except Sunday fcy the Misaourian Publishing Assoda lion Inc Jay IL Neff Hull Columbia Mifsouri ALFONSO JOHNSON Maxacci v - SUBSCRIPTION RATES City Weel 10 cents single copiest cents By nail In Boone County Year 125 i months 175 3 months 90 cents ttonih 35 cents Oujide the eonnty Year 450 3 iontna L2S month 45 cents Payable la advance i Member Audit Bureau of Gradations Entered at second class mail matter TELEPHONE NUMBERS New 2M Advertising and Circulation 55 THE WORKING STUDENT The self supporting students are those who come to college and try to win an education by their on effort To them a college training i an opportunity to be won and a thing worth fighting for These are to be found in the colleges and universities from the humblest to the most exalted the country over There are a number of such students at the University of Missouri The working students who are sin rere and earnest in their endeavors ha...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 22 April 1921

V CLASSIFIED ADS rilONE 55 FOR SALE FOR An Underwood typewriter In perfect condition Cheap Phone 1307m T 199 FOR SALE Typewriter in perfect con dition Has been used very little Price reasonable Plione 82tblack after 5 oclock T 199 FOR SALE Purebred Scotch Collie pups Beautifully marled E01 Locust Phone 1321 V190tf 10R SALE A pair of dark portieres Phone 1320 green FOR SvLE Ford at Tavlors Garage IOR RENT green REAL ESTATE FOR SALE FOR SALE Good 7 room modern house 2 blocks south of Broadwa Full size basement Lot V 70x180 Price H100 Carey Fra icr Phone 519 or 590 white 199 FOR SALE Practically new 6 room bungalow with bath modern except beaf paved street close to school Pos session at fince 3000 Terms if de- sirof Garey Fraier Phone 519 or 590 white 182tf HOUSE FURNISHINGS TOR SALE FOR SALE Almost new Coles Hot Blat kitchen range Can be seen at 1409 W indor call 1320 green anil make date J 193lf FOR Jj LE Reds dressers student tables rockers writing desk and piano 509 Hut St Phone 90...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 22 April 1921

MMMTTFBMiriirfciMFEWMWBfl MSSawgBlMMMWWMMWMMMMMB - wrpgj i WWWBg f5 ff T PACE SIX t Is my i fflw NO KEASON FOK WAGE CUT Economist Claims Retail Trices Slow to Decline By UmtteJ Fitiu CniCAcci April 22 That rtilurtion in liiing costs a no reason for a jlash in vaos was the statement today of V Jctt Lanck for the rail road emplocs before the United States Lahar Iinard He saiil that the position of the rail roads would be bctered b the general reductions in the pi ire of coal steel and oilier material He also stated that the railroads would feel the price re ductions before the emplojes Iiecaue the former lniuplit at wholesale prices and retail prices alas go down long after wholesale rriccs He Miraated that the fall in prices would Mie the railroad JOO000000 in cl and 100000000 in Hrcl this jrar i TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY i VANTED Oflice sirl capable of Ktvping pimple et of IkmAs mut know bw to laie care of cutomer who call at office or on phone Steady position for girl wilting to learn A...

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