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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 25 November 1940

Temple Thriller Climaxes Eighth Unbeaten Soccer Season 20-7 PITT VICTORY SMASHES LION RECORD Downfall Wrecks Bowl Prospects Lions Rally To Down Owls J- Gajecki Named Center On NEA By bill-Mcknight The indomitable ' Penn State booters staged one ol the most spectacular "exhibitions of soccer skill and field supremacy that has ever been witnessed as they came from the short end of a 2-0 score to down the heretofore undefeated and untied Temple eleven, 3-2, on New Beaver Field Saturday, a sensational climax to their eighth straight undefeated season. Almost a thousand spectators watched the Owls register two tallies while the supposedly unconquerable Lions overshot passes, overran the 'ball, and couldn't seem to check the victory-bound opponents. Handicapped by the absence of injured Goalie Zen Laskaris, the booters were unable to stop the Owl scoring attempt in the firsl quarter when Billy Bathgate passed to Fogel who -tallied. _, Again in the opening minutes oi the next p...

Publication Title: Daily Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 25 November 1940

12:45 o'clock, Wednesday. Nov. 27th for bound GREENSBURG - WILKES-BARRE - NEW YORK - HARRISBURG - JOHNSTOWN PITTSBURGH - SCRANTON'- SUNBURY PHILADELPHIA and Intermediate Points Jn _b order to .fee _guaranteed a sea* on . any pf the _special ;buses, if. will be necessary to purchase your _ticket by -8 p. m. tomorrow. _Tickets may be _purchased at lhe Bus Depot. lobby of Stale _College Hotel. STATE COLLEGE HOTEL PHONE 733 THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF STATE COLLEGE Member of Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation XL I " * _msiiiiu_^iviiig Vacation T ransportafioii GREYHOUND LINES WILL AGAIN PROVIDE BUSES WITH SEAT RESERVATIONS Buses will leave Central Parking Area on JOHNSTON'S MOTOR BUS LINE. INC THROUGH BUSES STATE COLLEGE AND WILLIAMSPORT State College Bellefonte! .. Lock Haven . Williamsport Williamsport Lock .Haven Bellefonte ... State College Lv 8 .8 .9 10 00 30 30 30 A A A A M. M. M. M. ,M M. M. M. 2:05 P. M. 2:35 P.M. 3:45 P.M. 4:45 P....

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 25 November 1940

SORRY-NO CORN HUSKING, CALF ROPING. BRONCO BUSTING OR STFER WRESTLING AT THE JUST _PlfNTY OF FUN, HUSK AND DANCING! FRIDAY, DECEMBER 6-ARM0RY-9 lo 12 . PRICE $1.00 m COUPLE, CHECKING HKIUDED ?flJSC 8Y-M _OMPUS OWLS REMEMBER—Vote for ihe Harvest Ball Queen. Cast Your Ballot At Student Union four great numbers on this year's 1940-41 ARTISTS' COURSE THE PENNSYLVANIA STATE COLLEGE Don t Forget. $ $ $ . . . to include on your next month's budget the price for series tickets for the Artists' Course—Dad'll help you out _^ when you explain the worthy cause. Series tickets are priced at $5.50, $4.50, and S3.50. The day of sale is Wednesday, December 4. DidBeaiPilf _*Y.S* */«• * * f *" "" "* S*:* _^_SCf *• The Penn State Blue Band, directed by Prof. Hummel Fishburn (above), scored a half-time victory over the Pitt University band to preserve the quick-stepping band's vaunted supremacy. Superstitious? Pitt Would Have Been 13th Victory Superstitio...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 25 November 1940

f flSB_& Bruce Cabot, Rochelle Hudson, Paul Kelly We Mil • Dance Programs • Letter Head's • _Circulars <• Nittany Printing And Publishing Co 119 S. FRAZIER ST DIAL 4863 Shows At 1:30. 3:00. 6:30. 8:30 f TODAY ONLY 1 F ' _~ _y :%£'_3%££y. "f _> ¦'¦$¥» -_^ Tlte Taming _^ o£ a Terror_^ Town.! ^^ ifiEt _MMmWm SHIS _ssi $$_&_iiiiiiii WALLACE BEERY LEO CARRILLO —in— TWEWY MULE TEAM Fraternities! HAVE YOU TRIED BEAVER BRO NEW ' BREADS and SWEET ROLLS Call BEAVER BROS Phone Lewisiowa 791 \U£££ffl3?i Evenings Only 6:30.. 8:30 M - CHESTERFIELD STARS A MILDER BETTER TASTE Made for smokers like yourself Its right combination of the best tobaccos that .grow and its modern), cigarette making methods, make Chesterfield a completely satisfying smoke, pack after pack. That's why people call it V ' v-. ; *§**(*&* I Make your next Pack Chesterfield. 'They satisfy with'their Defin...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 3 December 1940

Weekend Includes Play, Harvest Ball ; " The; coming weekend will include two of the ranking events oi the fall social season—"Family Portrait," a Players show, Friday and Saturday, and the annual Harvest Ball, Friday night. 'Betty H. Christman '44. and Margaret K. Sherman '43 were announced last night as candidates for Harvest Ball Queen. Final choice of the Queen will be made l>y student 'ballot. Voting started yesterday at Student Union and will continue until Friday. As publicity for the dance all Ag students will wear overalls on the campus today and tomorrow, Thomas C. Backenstose '41, dance chairman, said. He stressed the fact, that Harvest Ball will be a costume dance as in previous years. The dance will \be in the Armory from 9 to 12 p.m. The "Players show will violate a custom of many years standing—not having a play in December The reason for this, according _tc Director Frank S. _Neusbaum, i< that "Family Portrait" ties in perfectly with the spirit of ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 3 December 1940

IT'S A MUST ON YOUR WEEKEND SCHEDULE Harvest Ba 6-9 to 12 TtME—Friday Dec • * _Vli^^_Armbry DRESS—ftural Costumes 1>RICE—$1,00 Per (oupte MUSIC—The Campus _$w_!s Note .'—Cast'Your Ballot For The Harvest Ball Queen At Student Union. Enjoy I _rou II The Corner unusual N (S Coca-Cola withrfooil is a taste experience millions welcome. A natural -partner _ofsgood filings 'to eat, 'Coca-Cola sends you: ba<3c _>to _^'ork ;_wifii that feeling of complete refreshment _* a •ITS I THAT R Ef RE S'H E S Bottled under authority of The Coca-Cola Co. by COCA-COllA BOTTLING COMPANY OF ALTOONA FOR PROMPT SERVICE IN STATE COLLEGE—CALL 3913 3_^3_^S_^5!_S^?^3l_^J_^S_^J_^_KK5_^5_^5_^_1^!^5_«3SgK55S!g5SgS _M ChrMmas Cards > With Your Name On 50 for $1.00 and up. Ixciusive Lines-Not Sold A House to House Canvassers *Y Cathaum Theater Bldg. _icmmcs TIE MIIILY GOLIEGIAN "Foe -A 'BeSiar Penn State"...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 3 December 1940

/ggllf I !t c : CHOOSE FROM OUR :: LARGE SELECTION With or .Without Personal Imprint TREASURE HOUSE E. College Ave TOW IS THE TIME TO BUY YOUR m EQUIPMENT llllfefe-.. ^^W _iPl It _i.wimt lie _long _juntil 'the ski-trails are -once 'again covered with snow. _iMalte -'itie -best *of _^his 'season, an_3 enjoy winter sports with the "best equipment. "Organized Ski parties can be lots of fun, and don't forget -that _l*«im State now _^has an official ski team. Practice makes iihe Skillful _tskiier,'but _^he_^eeds _^ good -equipment. ; Drop in today and see for yourself _x_>ur fine selection of all skiier's needs. 5 f GET Hickory Skiis - Tonkin Poles - Touring and Racing Shoes - - - COMPLETE OUTFIT A ftrf $7.50 to .50 to $ $15 5.50 5.75 $2 52 $6 V 25 50 $ Harnesses 25?4!!_c $9 00 All Types of Waxes _&r ^<==* t * ** MEN'S HOCKEY SKATES .75-$6.75 m \ J/ _jNS LADIES' FIGU...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 3 December 1940

—"_^ W^**% _W _t _fcime Ill MB JACK har m Pre-Moliday (LEAN-UP SME TWO-PIECE SUITS SPORT COATS Wednesday, Thursday, fMm 'December 4.._S.-6 15 to 50% Reductions BUY NOW AND SAVE All Sales Cash—Alterations At Cost §_£ Hattepi trlAaeRDASi-ieR Tailor. Shown at J.;30, 3;.00, 6:30, 3t3Q I LAST TIMES TODAY _j VICTOR MATURE CAROLE LANDIS LON CHANEY JR. —In— ME' MILil _mS _M_^ of Life Out Fun More For Delicious Chew Dail y GUM DOUBLEMINT The _velvet =»°°^' ° li.v*.g. D-teious adds to the _r1 _^'_^_talps makeyow n._of' cooling, 'f^™_itevery _tting youdo ,(eelrefreshe d. - ¦ f^*". _^_jpetisive tteat . CKevriug this healthW, »°^* _,_*_,_» _taU_^ ^^_SS teeth attractive. _Iriat _yoinseli daily ¦ » .. . . . ....... _BOOTLBOOT G0M- . ,*.-_*rr * iwr_>t _£_, *•» * ' _< <U THTT-nsnav onnw 1 ADOLPKE -MENJO._tf CAROLE LANDIS J O HN HUBB A RD —In— TUMUBOIir GB _tm nm •_ftlAR Sail th...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 5 December 1940

Frey And Cramp Are Nominated To Lead Freshman Presidential Race Lovelies Vie For Harvest Queen Crown Either Betty H. Christman '44 or Margaret K. Sherman '43, pictured above, will be accorded the honor of being named queen tomorrow evening at the Harvest Ball, the annual rural extravaganza. Dress customs for the occasion have been chosen to be "Zeke and Effy" overalls. Music will be provided by the Campus Owls and dancing will begin at 9 p.m. and continue until 12 p.m. ¦ _Zi¥_S Petitions, Pictures Due Tomorrow Noon The small guns of Penn State's political front began blazing Tuesday night when John B. Cramp, Independent, and Paul O. Frey, Campus, were nominated by their respective parties as freshman presidential candidates to be elected on Monday, December 16. Flashing into concerted formation behind their political standard bearers, both parties approved their slates with hardly any disagreements, and proceeded to outline plans for their campaign stumping. Other officers...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 5 December 1940

viewpoint from that of the.Peace Action _^nd Isolationist group mho Seem, to expect a monopoly _, ._*f jwftlucltsri. - ... ¦ • ..;.. ' •',- ¦ ; ¦'• ' -. ;,-i.v-yy' '.-'-••; _-'. '-_^Ti'Siiw, ' .- ' -' ¦ . ' . ;.' ' "' . • ;• ' . 'Assist ant Professor df'P-tnitUsl ¦ - (.Science. / - _'.- .: . ¦ _- .- • .,._, -~< »ef» tieaew-reo for nation.*: mr National Advertising Service, Inc College Publishers Representative _44O Madison Ave. New York. N.Y. Chicago - Boston • Los Ahgews • Sar _Prarchcu THE DAILY COLLEGIAN "For A Better Penn State" _EsUblisheii 1S40. Successor to the Penn State _Collesian established 1904. and the Free Lance, established 18S7. Published daily except Sunday and Monday during the regular College year by the _students of The Pennsylvania State Collese, Entered as second-class matter July 5. 1934, at the post-o ce at State College, Pa., under the act of March 3, 1879. , _—i _^ Editor Business Manager Adam A. Smyser '41 -Lawrence S. Driever *41 Women'...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 5 December 1940

WOW A-Buck And. A Half For You." Old Pen I Exchange Your Old Leaky Pen For A Nationally Known Lifetime Guaranteed Fountain Pen Plus—FREE—Choice of Subscription -To One Of Three Magazines Day. To The First Ten Each ALL FOR ONE BUCK! THREE DAYS ONLY AT TKE COUEGE BOOKSTORE Today, Friday and Saturday M The Movies CATHAUM "Little Nellie Kelly STATE "South of Suez" NITTANY '"Turnabout'-' Course In Canadian Economics To Be Offered A new course on the economics of Canada will be offered at the College next semester to. meet student interest occasioned by increasingly close ties between the United States and its northern neighbor. The course will be given by Dr. Donald M. Marvin, former statistician for the Royal Bank of Canada, who joined the faculty here this fall as associate professor of economics. Dr. Marvin is a past vice-president of the American Statistical Association. In announcing the new course, Dr. Carl W. Hasek, head- of the department of economics an...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 5 December 1940

This Ad Was To Run Three Times But IT RAN ONLY ONCE! The Tuxedo Was Sold The First Daly &¦&& _^ Collegian Want-Ads Pay!! f€€l££tt£ WBs_^_S_^sBU_^ _^ VEAL CHOPS ROAST OF BEEF T-BONE STEAKS HAM FRESH POULTRY MILLER'S MARKET 104 WEST BEAVER AVE College Hurries Program For New Engineering Defense Courses Heads Defense Program Student Classes Begin January 6 Acting in an atempt to offset an appalling shortage of graduate engineers, the College is making final preparations for intensive courses in both Diesel and production engineering as part of the national program for training engineers for the Federal government and defense industries. According to President Hetzel, courses are scheduled to begin January 6 and will continue for 16 weeks. No tuition will be charged, since the Federal government bears the entire expense of the course, including provision of drawing instruments and other materials and supplies. Students will be require...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 5 December 1940

r"_'"'nr-''"'^''"_r"''^rr-"_'r._^'r_^ _"w-> ^^^^^^nn--.. FAMILY PORTRAIT _ __ _ _ //r- a _ iit _*./ r_^r-vri-i-iPk _ _ttrliU presented by The Penn State Players _TVte Depth of Feeling Is Simply Do Not Miss It Tremendous December 6 and 7 Curtain 8:30 Schwab Auditorium Tickets 50c Student Union Let Us Solve Your MILK PROBLEM With PURE, WHOLESOME MILK _MEYER MILK H. D. 1 Phone 4220 BEAVER BROS. Offers You New and _Delicioos Sweet Rolls Pastries Breads Call _lewfsfowti Dial 791 'More Machines Cry Home _Eccers "Why can't Atherton Hall have more sewing machines?" complained one desperate home eccer, trying to finish her dress before 10 p. m., but waiting in a line of seven for the sewing machine in one of Atherton's pressing rooms. "At least," pouted an inexperienced sewer, far behind in her dress construction, "they could leave the sewing room open all night instead of closing at 10 o'clock." "Darn it all," exploded another seamstress working, f...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 5 December 1940

peswa r_«r R.YS[_,—Miami L. Christmas Va cation" C. Si 4119. R_.W.—Kittaning L today C M. L. W. 2359. We Print • Dance Programs • Letter Heads • Circulars Nittany Printing And Publishing Co 119 S. FRAZIER ST DIAL 4868 Nittany Cagers Will Open Against W & J Saturda Game Scheduled 8 P.M. In Rec Hall Siarfs Fifth Season Lion Ail-Ameman Speidel To Lead Wrestling Clinic The'varsity cagers will open the winter sports curtain for" Lion fans Saturday when they meet W&J in the grand finale of the annual basketball clinic sponsored by the College. The game will be in Rec Hall and will start at 8 p. m. instead of 7 p. m. as stated in the Faculty Bulletin. The Presidents wili bring to the court almost the same bunch of players who, squelched. State, 35-26, in. the feature contest of last year's basketball school. Like the Lions, the Washington and Jefferson outfit will be playing its first game of the season. The Lawther-coached team's starting lineup see...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 5 December 1940

Friday, December 6—Armory—9 la 12 Tickets—SI.00 per _toupee, checking _delude _ . Music by flie CAMPUS OWLS Remember-—Vote Fw The Wm-rwsi _®_ttf! <?« I At Student fJnion IT'S BACK TO THE fARM Harvest Ball Here Is The Chance T_* Shmv_^Off _Yvrrr Prd Plaid Shirt, Overalls and Farmerette -C-Prtrrmps ^»< __r ^^ BW En TWO-PIECE SUITS and SPORT COATS TODAY AND TOMORROW P _wt Hitpft _Matt_o h_*ac«o_*i«E_^ _Tailor W. College Ave. ' State College tAHT* JAW*— Say/aw f._' / jL _* _f _J_^__>" JTATFCOl_&_GB 17 More Shopping Days Until Christmas Great Scoll COflCtt B/i-C <d£FF*EV. «. Soccer Coach Bill Jeffrey whose booters are topnotch in the country, helps choose an allopponent team. Is Named Cross-Country Captain Nittany Lion Soccermen Select '40 All-Opponent Collegiate Team IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIIIIIIIII III llllllllllilllll I II III III II llllllll As a tribute to the meritous playing of individual opponents, th...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 5 December 1940

i** _™ ... for cooler milder better taste_. Chesterfield is the smoker's cigarette Hunt the world over and you can't find the equal of Chesterfield's right combination of Turkish and American tobaccos... the best _ _-»*> . people play cards,; sleep, readi'talK.-and knit. -;'¦ _ ¦ ;-;_S; ¦ _' ¦ —~£ ii2zis.;; 7:30 a. m.—^Relieved by :u_£p;5i_£; class fraternity broth" er: r '(W.ho' ._^_otij his ticket—and-'-' ir iine-_^-at: _~ : 8_^36"; a.m.) ' . ¦ " ¦¦ " ¦ ¦ ;. ;'_iss*"'. 7:35 a. m. — I eat breaHast downtown. . : : '~ _? 8:00 a. m.—Off• to ROTC class' and record firing. (Not so good after three hours' sleep.) p All Night Watch To Buy Artists' Course Tisietl --- - • > _^k Lauds Student Sales Sleepy Freshman Keeps Log 'We are very well pleased with the student attitude." Dr. Carl E. Marquardt, chairman of the Course Committee, said yesterday. "However, it seems that out of such a large student enrollment, the percentage eager to attend is not great enough. I...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 6 December 1940

_SHii ¥*¥ > _fsy _ifi ||g Heads Harvest Ball s_* W. Lewis Corbin '41, above, is chairman of the Harvest Ball which will be held in the Armory from 9 to, _J2 _^ tonight. As chairman of Tribunal, * Corbin has announced that customs will be off for the dance. New Constitution Read Before IFC The revised IFC constitution was read to the Council at last night's meeting by Thomas Robinson '41, chairman of the revision committee. The members will each take a copy of the constitution back to their fraternity for discussion and at next month's meeting will take final action on it. Included in the proposed constitution are sections setting up two affiliations of the Council; a Treasurer's Association and a Caterer's Association. It also provides for a Board of Control to serve as a coordinating body between the Council and its two affiliations. Robert Robinson '41, was appointed toy IFC president H. Edward Wagner '41, as chairman of a...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 6 December 1940

fAHTAJArU— StyX"** _S _~ _v~fe- 16 More Shopping Days Until Christmas Member _Gollefiiote Press _CVssocieited Distributor of Gblle6icrteDi6est P5CA _Sponsors Confab For Christian _Yemeni (Continued from:,JPag& One) (l_' .iiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiraiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiii ? • • IIIIIIIIIHIIIIIIIIIIIIItlllllllllllllHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIllllllllllllllllllllllUlllllllllllllllllllllllll 1 Ain't It fi Shame Call it what you may, the Maniac, Lion's Tales, Cassius, and Carnpuseer/have all put this column to ' shame! For they have left-it - Without a dastardly name. Nameless it shall not. be: When it replaced "Pennsylvania and Defense," this space was. christened "For The Record." The following week it was titled "On The Record." Which shows you what a-dither we are in. head or tail out of it and We can't make either thus throw the ball of fire- into„your lap. Place yourself in our spot. Ponder over...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 6 December 1940

Save This Supplement And Use II As A Buying Guide _mooera _sasssssssa»_35ssw _^B_3_Sa_^_SI^^?_ai_^iag[^_a]^?_£_SKn_»_ffiSBStS!_SK_^_SSin9_inSl!S_9]^?@^S_^_SSSIKBBS_^Tv 1 REMEMBER REA & DEfelCK'S FOR FINE a « I it V, Ask For Rea & Derick's 1940 Edition fis _M All purchases VPH Christmas _^ H Wrapped - XMAS GIFT BOOK FREE _<£$_^P«8K At Youi Request of suggestions For Busy Shoppers _^HHflBBfi 8 Novelty Powder Puffs | _l Perfume I 8 Lamp Jiyei?fMine5 _C_/V,_Monnf An attractive handkerchief box full of Powder Puffs § H Three _Js _^B fragrances R Hi in a clever ! I h _^p IN GAY CANDLESTICK FAVORS Santa's cutest trick ... to bri g hten your Holiday parties... or li g ht the eyes of any girl who hangs up a Christmas stocking. A purse-size flacon of fine perfume all dressed-up as a cellophane candlestick. Jh your choice of colors and six favorite c /_% a Richard Hudnut fragrances. And but _OU_' |49t I I 98c tU...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 6 December 1940

. fmtmmw - a _Reversibles from $10.95 § HOUSECOATS S_^y_^L fro m $3.95 HOSIERY _ST?£i ,rom 79 <1 HANDBAGS—EVENING BAGS $1 fo $5 LINGERIE _n, _sr \ from $1.95 f • COSTUME JEWELRY • GLOVES • MITTENS | • SCARVES • COMPACTS W PATERSON HOSIERY SHOP State College College Ave U_^td io TO*? ¦* m asa * This Christmas give her something smart to wear! Nothing better than jackets, skirts, blouses! Choose from our big collection of "sure-to-please" dress-up and tailored blouses, sweaters, handsome iackets. BLOUSES _«£2«_2 Silk—Sizes 32-40 SI to S3 95 SWEATERS _Hcfg_> Choice of Colors 3 $1 fo $3.95 15 'Ul s_*s SKIRTS •; _r - , " .// SI h ,1 -r "_^%M: y _tftrwmm Plaids, Plains, Corduroys 3j ttK-tlK I _»=5_*=B>=5': B >«. jij-_^n_? ¦ m * * _^ _4_§_£ /¦? V iJy_^-Z ?> '_Oil m w j_^ya_^ _e_^ £f Sheer... for Daytime Smartness mw-L_*7A_?jfr- V'Sheerer... for Teatime Lov...

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