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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Summer Collegian — 25 June 1959

WM _%- • _ffP_^-' _S_^w y * .< <r_3 J*"** **» , •: S _c_^r f *<^¥_** >(*/*& _v_?_,; ¦ . __,/?* _^ * "_^ \ ' ¦ ***3E^' '*:v ' ¦ •-"'''- %*>» Nl IB % «u.._^ 400 Attend Conference On Reading The "what-if" school of writing was introduced yesterday afternoon when author Louis Slobodkin addressed members of the 21st Annual Reading Conference which began Monday at the University. More than 400 teachers, reading consultants, school administrators and book publishers are enrolled for the week long conference. The sessions are held to keep teachers and other professional people informed on the newest and most effective techniques in the teaching of reading. Horn a Gans, professor emeritus at Teachers College. Columbia University, spoke at the opening session. Reading for living should be an individualised program, she said, and the reader should proceed at his own speed, The Monday afternoon speaker, Bas...

Publication Title: Summer Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Summer Collegian — 25 June 1959

NOW PLAYING Feature: 1:30, 3:33, 5:27, 7:30. 9:33 the warm, wonderful movie that's stacked wHh Joy for the whole family I MttAnCrUieSenmti DORIS «_IACK , ERNIE DAY ? LEMMON • KOVACS •*«H STCVE F0_RHE3T . li'i_.*ln_+i * au»H*Anm. *—it*un_*,mu *^ _K** famtMt, iw«n_»<imimi«oiww«i • B-w—iw-f-sutrmmoq • «n mmw _mocucnosi I ¦ - _QUWT SUM , _mow.iw«M«r'iiMaisva.«>ailwim ,g M<am , <nTraM mHoi.ira,Nua usnuncoiM WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY—JULY 1-2 IRVING BERLIN'S "THERE'S NO BUSINESS LIKE SHOW BUSINESS" PLUS "NO DOWN PAYMENT" The Pemisyli'fltittt Slate University MATEER PLAYHOUSE At Standing Stone —this week—O'Neill's DESIRE UNDER THE ELMS next week THREE MEN ON A HORSE a riotous comedy Tickets: Mon.-Thurs. — $1.7S-$2.2S Fri.-Sat. $2.25$2.75 Reservations Hotel Stale College AD 8-6733 This week will be your last chance for Season Tickets! Order now from the Theatre Arts Office, Scwb., AD 8-8441, ext. 684. Price*-$17 & $13. WED.,...

Publication Title: Summer Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Summer Collegian — 25 June 1959

Just Right for Summer _fJJJ Sleeveless blouses | P||* and jerseys; Bermudas j \ \ wash-and-wear skirts, "j Y\ iarpoon jackets, [ \« .... everything you'll _^" Lj need to make your _ffosuA summer complete. jikL_&z _JjMT. T Come in and see | _&£| our fine selection f _W_¥ of sportswear at the HL SPORTS BAR. _tt © 124 E. Colleq« Ave. Ml Across from Old Main pllpsl >{* • !*_£' "THE GOURMET TOUCH" — for your easure our ice Chef. Hanlon of State Uni- We announce summer dining pi New Summer Terr Mr. Edward r» the Pennsylvania versity Hotel Administration School and formi ated with many i " vania's and New ' ing summer resort Grove House—The rly associt Pennsylork_'s lead-—The Oak Mohawk—ipecialist in Camp Starlight_, summer cuisine A The Lobster House 720 5. Athertbn St. STATE COLLEGE, PA your official PENN STATE CLASS RING _Summer and vUintei "Thousands proudly wear this ring" L. G. BALFOUR CO in ...

Publication Title: Summer Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Summer Collegian — 25 June 1959

ANYONE CARE FOR A _U . fuzzy _mif y % •c_« 6-2r CHARLIE BROWN MAS HAD TOO MUCH ON HIS MINO LATEL. Y...HrsC(?ACKINSUl>' "*J •J* f'HwATLoZ_^ THAT? _^ y ylWAf? _y -.J _iStisf if _^ 8_§ S3 6 oi »3 Safe Conduct Passes Coeds attending the Univeisity should receive safe conduct passes to travel about the West Halls area—they need protection from the hoards of male visitors and students who have nothing better to do than stare and make derogatory remarks to the coeds who p_&ss by. Numerous males have been seen clustered on the back steps of Sparks and around the mall facing Thompson Hall. As soon as a coed so much as moves a step toward her window, a big cheer arises from the crowd and catcalls are heard muttered throughout the crowd. Another place of male interest, seems to be in front of Waring Lounge, where the males line-up on both sides of the sidewalk and the girls "pass in reveiw." Another example of ihe childish and immature actions of...

Publication Title: Summer Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Summer Collegian — 25 June 1959

G (Stereo Record Coupons Worth $5.00 Against List Price] - - _£•. ' ' i * ¦ : " "f~ ' }:f- "the Most Complete Record Selection In tha Area" THE Corner Frazier and Beaver AD 7-2130 SH O P A Real Record Special at the Harmony Shop Buy Two Mercury LP Records Get FREE BOHUS G0UP0M Value—$7.96 Value—$3.48 Your Cost for Two Mercury LP's ! _^OHHHi(^_BB He smart H1 look is H- Worn a r^* i' ""•"mi \\U* ^! j-jm_»o _U.1 ' * li *B> sJI|atcH * L-_~ Rich Colored Simulated Stones set in 10 Kt Cold-Filled expansion band,! . RICHSABHET • SUAHIHR JET _nP ¦•" w.tJi. Luxurious! Comfortable? * um.Viiavt<£*M m- _«6«\ 218 B. _Ccllejf» Ave 8tli» _Collcse a * iv •/ • <¦&•>_£ _#*_v_& _wy i If your mouth is watering for s thick, uicy steak, the best place to go is THE BOALSBURG STEAK HOUSE _*i 5 And if spaghetti is what you crave, why not try some \ Ii of our delciious Italian spa i can have your choic...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Summer Collegian — 25 June 1959

hoto Highlights of 1959 Miss Pen LOIS PIERCY Miss Centre Cowitu jA MARGARET McPHERSON Miss Greater York JUDITH CRISTE illiss Central Pennsi/luania THE QUEEN AND HER COURT t.. Lois Piercy i* surrounded by iho i Susan Meizger, Miss Susquehanna Valley; and Carol Willhoite, Miss Piercy Awarded Prizes Along with the other gifts and trophies, Miss Pier presented a four-year full tuition gubernatorial scho b_} r Mrs. David L. Lawrence, wife of Gov. Lawrence. Miss Piercy will also receive a scholarship fn Pepsi-Cola Bottlers of Pennsylvania, a wardrobe i Atlantic City trip, and stipends from each personal i ance she makes during the coming year, amounting $20,000. Each of the finalists also will receive scholars! Miss Piercy graduated from the University in Jur completing her studies in three, rather than four yea has been hired by the Lower Merion School Syste teacher in the system's elementary school. She 1 Springfield with her parents, where her father is an im agent. T...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Summer Collegian — 25 June 1959

Miss _Pennsylvania Beauty Pageant AND HER COURT i.. Lois Piercy is surrounded by lha two runners-upi (left) [etzger, Miss Susquehanna Valley; and Carol Willhoite, Miss Pocpno Mountains. FRIDAY NIGHT Was Swim Suit Night for the _Thres Coeds Piercy Awarded Prizes Along with the other gifts and trophies, Miss Piercy was presented a four-year full tuition gubernatorial scholarship by Mrs. David L. Lawrence, wife of Gov. Lawrence. Miss Piercy will also receive a scholarship from the Pepsi-Cola Bottlers of Pennsylvania, a wardrobe for her Atlantic City trip, and stipends from each personal appearance she makes during the coming year, amounting to over $20,000. Each of the finalists also will receive scholarships. Miss Piercy graduated from the University in June after completing her studies in three, rather than four years. She has been hired by the Lower Merion School System as a teacher in the system's elementary school. She lives in Springfield with her parents, wher...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Summer Collegian — 25 June 1959

_nu _+_5cz %:. :-_^S Were Repairs Car Radios Television Phonographs Radios television service center at State College TV 232 S. Allen St. I springtime t s?(^itime • > jv »_, BMC cars run 'III Me road wean out! 5 r_&sx "*'djtfg!S_$'_- MO...a B\t& aerodynamic roadster with a great racing heritage, tm rapid acceleration, and W famous for superb handling. 1 Precision-engineered, the M6 lives up to its international slogan . . . SAFETY FAST! „ _ A product ot th* BiitWi /SkSi Motor Corporation. Ltd., _Idi ; makers oi Austtn-Healey, VSfV Austin. MG, _Maenette, Mor-^ ris, Riley and sprue Carl. CLARK MOTOR COMPANY AD 8-8771 120 S. Pugh St STATE COLLEGE MG -- Auslm-Healey -- Jaguar -- English Ford World Problems To Be Reviewed Techniques for the reduction of international tensions! Ayoub has also been granted and other world affairs and policies will be discussed at the Summer Workshop in Education for Intern...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Summer Collegian — 25 June 1959

_^Artist Supplies . .. Serve yourself on our first floor _^Outline and Review materials for all your courses. A Schaums, Colleae_, and Littlefield-Adams Outline Series < complete selection, including »^For Languages Courses . ;, Disc-Ed LP records for French, Spanish, and German p_^Also . . . College Stationery, Souvenirs and Greeting Cards by Oz and Gibson > - *(*_'_^ri"? _tf>~f'_$..zv; ;Ji CWW | m\mis LmIm fe# .;. The University Bookstore 206 East College Avenue . . . opposite the East Campus Gate Serving Penn Stats Sines 1826 Open Monday Evening Tii 9:09 P.M The Latest in Self-Select ion COMPLETE IN EVERY DEPARTMENT • _^Textbooks ... You will find books for all your courses in our downstairs self-service - OflOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO THE McCOY CORNER: It Only Takes One Stop for Perfect Appearance V! Dressing well is so much easier and mors satisfying when you can choose each item of apparel...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Summer Collegian — 25 June 1959

NOW OPEN Nittany Putt Par e -"** LOCATED ON ROUTE 322 3 Miles North of Main Campus Gate OPEN DAILY: 2 P.M.-? 35c A GAME-TILL 6 P.M 50c A GAME-EVENINGS Finally a Miniature 60S! Course * for Centre County Putt Par Enjoy Yourself SEtttatv _IHnttB_? ,.. now _teaturing a complete menu of group and family-style dinners. Sea Food Steamed Clams Roast Turkey Prime Roast of Beef Choice of Beverages of course we are still offering our regular menu and v/e will continue to cater to banquets. Wh y dont you eat at the fcnJaw ~Mnm _t POTTERS MILLS 13 Miles East of State College On Route to lewistown EM 4-1039 SWIM and Roller Skate 1 _^4 .. <'._* _ .'j \'i~\ ,-/»W 1 I I , _t j_&_r_&_Jgr?^ Pool Opens 1 p.m. Daily • • c SKATING . . . Wednesday, Friday and Sunday Evenings also Sunday Afternoons • • • Free Picnic Tables HECLA PARK IS _milra Kail of State Calif ft Rt. it Rink Available for Private Parties Phone _Zioti — FV...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Summer Collegian — 25 June 1959

111-115 S. Allen 105 S. Pooh 354 E. College * i • "_*._» television service confer "_^ £ I a._MA J_£ TV at lege State Co 232 S. Allen Si See and Visit WOODWARD CAVl off Route 45 at Woodward, Pa SEE NATURE'S WONDER Special rales for groups. Picnic Area, (amp Sites, Collag es Write Woodward Gave, Woodward; Pa for brochures. There's a large selection of * TEXTBOOKS - New and Used * SUMMER SCHOOL SUPPLIES _• PENN STATE SOUVENIRS _• HOBBY SUPPLIES at the store with the black granite front on Allen St. Just remember: _il\r *> ^*» «a_#j _ESTAUMNT 53 Tavern _^ Restaurant mm i i iiiiiii i ii ii i iiiiiinii NOW OPEN 6 FULL DAYS A WEEK 8 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Davidson's Barber Shop 145 S, Alien l l l lllllll II III II lll ll ll l lllll illl I I Hill IIIIIII GIRLS'" Blouses (folded in plastic bags) 25c Skirts (in plastic bags) ' .... 50c Dresses (in p_'asiic bags) $1.90 MENS Shirts—sports and dress folded in plastic bags 25c Ba...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Summer Collegian — 25 June 1959

1 I * * _icieviMvii service center a at State College TV 232 S. Allen St YOU PLANNIN' A PICNIC MAYBE?" If so, and you're too busy to think of everything, let us worry about the menu. You like punch and cookies for your picnic maybe? We got punch and cookies. You like coffee and doughnuts. We got the best coffee and the most delicious doughnuts in town. You like 'em at home for your party or picnic? Like I said, we've got-them, we'll worry about them, because we've got the catering service *o do it all. Oh? You're not planning a picnic? Then why not eat out? We re just the people cuisine. to i.'ie for the best in Italian Coffee Spot 221 E. BEAVER AVE Now! a fast 8mm daylight color film! NEW ANSCO M0VIECHR0ME-8 Offers a wonderful new world of color and action to all 8mm camera owners. E. .20 Buy it here/bring it back for fast processing I_^Tk C_^ M C_^_FiJm La_^ § 106 W. Beaver Avenue STATE COLLEG mt ©lair mm 142 South Allen St 30 to 39 Cool; ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Summer Collegian — 2 July 1959

Editorial—Ltoncdd W. Davis See Page 4 _9mmtt?r §*§ (ftoUntUm _M iBB FOR A BETTER PENN STATE STATE COLLEGE. PA.. THURSDAY MORNING. _^_srz*?>*"* JULY 2. 1959 nests HB ___f^___$_ A bi-partisan bill was introduced in the State Senate Monday requesting a $43.9 million appropriation for the University's 1959-61 biennium. This was a political move to gain more funds for the University, as Gov. David L. Lawrence recommended a $34.2 anDroDriation for the Uni-i " versity in his budget message. Gov. Lawrence has repeatedly stated he will not sign any appropriation which was higher than his budget requests unless the tax program is increased. For the past four months, legislators have been haggling over an unacceptable tax program and have yet to take action on the appropriation requests. The bill, sponsored by Sen. Paul L. Wagner (R.-Schuylkill) and Frank W. Ruth (D.-Bucks), was an administrative move to secure funds from the Legislature, according to Sen. Jo H...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Summer Collegian — 2 July 1959

STARTS SUHDAY _afj_^_TTSjS_^ " W THE AUTHOR Of "BATTU «Y"i _^J^^f*&. ' m._q«_m ROBERTMITCHUM »_ | _Z;$TAHUT BAKER- _EUSMETH MUELLER I _m_» wGIASCALA.iaCuiwiStcpi w_a FRIDAY -- SATURDAY BROKEN LANCE" THE LIEUTENANT WORE SKIRTS" —Starring—Spencer Tracy Robert Wagner Richard Widmark —Starring—Tom Ewell Sheree North Now Playing IRVING BERLIN'S THERE'S HO BUSINESS LIKE SHOW BUSINESS" NO DOWN PAYMENT" Cinemascope Color -- Cinemascope SWIM Roller Skate _MMi_^K' __-^_______>__ y~*r. _____??_- == M-^_r_ y .ia Poo! Opens 1 p.m. Daily • • • SKATING . . . Wednesday, Friday and Sunday Evenings also Sunday Afternoons • • • Free Picnic Tables HE(! A PARK 15 ntllei KMt of 8t»t« _ColIe_« Rl. 61 Rink Available for Private Parties Phone Zion — FUlton 3.2318 TWO FIRST Hl'N SHOW1NUS _OCOOOCOQGOOOOOOOOOOOOO WED. THUR. FRI. July 8- 9,10 ALIAS JESSE JAMES Bob Ilnpc & Rhonda FUming WMAJ Radio Program 1450 kilocycles Schedule Monday t...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Summer Collegian — 2 July 1959

KEY rt equals .3 GIRLS *"' fjS *_P" "'__fvp _^_r Blouses (folded in plastic bags) 25c Skirts (in plastic bags) 50c Dresses (in clastic bags) $1.00 MENS Shirts—sports and dress folded in plastic bags 2§c Bachelor Special No. 5 fluff dry bundle Trousers 35c Shirts ISc (with your other garments) Wash and Wear Garments professionally cleaned Hours:—Mon., Tue., Thwrs., Fri. 9 to 5 — Wed. & Sat. 9 to 12 7, 19, 22 25, 22, 8, 7 H, 18. I. f, 26 18, 13 7, 12,4, 13 18. 8 14, 12, 9, 9, 12, 15, 8 8, 12,6,7,19 21. 9, 26,1, 18, 12, 9 If your mouth is watering for a thick, juicy steak the best place to go is THE BOALSBURG ST-AK HOUSE And if spaghetti is what you crave, why not try some of our delciious Italian spaghetti? With your meal you can have your choice of beverages. Why not treat yourself to the finest? wJoaLbura Steak' J_+_ouStf _* _^ _CKHAKPERJAl KHAKI-JUACKHAUrElUACKllAKPhlU_^_KIKMT.KJACKH YOUR SUMMER COMFORT _CT At Jack Harper'...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Summer Collegian — 2 July 1959

J-X viMi _fm\_Mm _*Wm M d I'VE NEVER FELT 50 DEPRESSED 3EF0_RE... _< JOSEPHINE gum. Finder may keep the bubble gum!" Letters rubber snake on the steps of Willard Hall and then jeering at anyone who jumps. We feel that the editors would do better to consider the comparative ages before criticising their guests. —Dick Williamson, Muncy High; James Wolfe, Sharon High; Scott Ward, Mount Lebanon High: Dave Walton. Bellmar High. Donald W. Davis Death claimed a true friend of Penn State journalism students Monday night and the aims of Donald W. Davis will long be remembered by all those who knew him. It was the second time within a year that students had lost a friend in the field of mass communications—last October, Louis H. Bell, director of public information and editor ol the Penn State Press, died suddenly in New York of a heart attack. Professor Davis was a pioneer in the field of teaching advertising as a profession and he established the ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Summer Collegian — 2 July 1959

"THE _GOURNMST TOUCH" We a n n o u n c e — for your summer dining pleasure our New Summer Terracje Chef, Mr. Edward C. Hanlon of the Pennsylvania State, University Hotel Administration School and formerly associated with many of [ Pennsylvania's and New York's leading _summer resorts-4-The -Oak Grove House—The .Mohawk-Camp Starlight. A _specialist in summer cuisine. The Lobster House 720 S. Atherton St. STATE COLLEGE. PA television service center f at State College TV 232 S. Allen St. <_£ % 3 "a red hot vahie" at a real coo! price "That's E-e-e-Ieetrlcityl Nothing else does so much for so little!" "It's the most ...for the least, man. Crazy! Th.9 price of electric service stays low-down, while the price of everything else hasbeen really jumping, man. I mean those prices are really vn there!" No matter what Ungo you talk, electricity is the biggest bargain in your budget, Maybe your bill is higher, but that's because you use so much more. ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Summer Collegian — 2 July 1959

television service center at State College TV 232 S. Allen St. /or processing by KODAK! Mdanahan's 134 5. Allen St A Real Record Special _m ikt Harmony Shop Buy Two Mercury LP Records Get FREE BONUS COUPON Va Value—$7.96 Value—$3.48 Your Cost for Two Mercury LP's Only $4.48 (Stereo Record Coupons Worth $5.00 Against List Price) "The Most Complete Record Selection in the Area" Corner Frazier and Beaver AD 7-2130 SHOP SUMMER SCHOOLERS! Stock up on _•TEXTBOOKS (new and used) _•SCHOOL SUPPLIES _•PENN STATE SOUVENIRS _•HOBBY SUPPLIES _•SPORTING GOODS All this and more at the "STORE WITHTHE BUCK GRANITE FRONT (or the "store without the black granite front") at Iflfl-lfSS. AllenSt or 3S4 E. _CeHfge Ave Remember: You Can Get It At METZGERS iutiatu HmxBt now featuring a complete and family-style dinners. Sea Food Steamed Clams menu of group Roast Turkey Prime Roast of Beef Choice of Beverages ... of course we are still ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Summer Collegian — 2 July 1959

AIR-CONDITIONED _ State College « Bellefonte LATEST MODEL Exacia 35mm SPECIAL I this 1 week only list price—$425.50 —$259.50 Wiiinauer with case automatic. 8mm movie camera list price—$121.50 SALE PRICE—S97.95 Wiiinauer turret 8mm movie camera with case list price—$106.90 SPECIAL SALE PRICE—$84.95 Wiiinauer cine-iwin, 8mm camera projector combination list price—$169.50 SALE PRICE—$135.75 SALE.. n JUNE 29 io JULY 3 ONLY ail sales final aii sales cash TkeCeafcte 186 W. Beaver Ave. State College ^^T_" *^¦ TU ? wmm ' _Y»ffl ¦_SvtV; tM«___NI _sMs ._^_fr&^_%_*'_5_§£«_-_$v'V'- X V \ it X _QMdfa _3_& km-H St&_ctewkl WulCmwo - < No garters, no girdles... snug-fit Berkshire knee-high stockings keep you comfortable all summer long. So cool... and the elastic top always stays up, never lets your stockings sag. And Berkshire's Nylace Kantrun Toe-Ring stops all runs,at the toe! 1.35 pr. . 3 prs. 3...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Summer Collegian — 2 July 1959

NOW OPEN Nittany Putt Par LOCATED ON ROUTE 322 3 Miles North of Main Campus Gate OPEN DAILY: 2 P.M.-? 35c A GAME-TILL 6 P.M 50c A GAME-EVENINGS Finally a Miniature Go Putt Par i Course for Centre County Enjoy Yourself Picture Yourself • • (£_& in this stylish/ lig htwei g ht cotton cord suit from Pennshire. It's a special suit with a special price. Just wash it and wear it. Choose from a variety of colors—blue_, charcoal, navy, tan, and light gray. Originally $19 95 $17 95 NOW O NLY West College Avenue PIZZA MADE TO ORDER with your choice of toppings Pepperoni Anchovies Mushrooms Ground Beef Hot Peppers Garlic Onion Rings Chopped Onions Bell Peppers Frankfurters Friday only-Minced Clams Shrimp Tuna Fish made with LLC All W e can 't make all the pizza so we ~ only make the best" Joe s Pizza Shoppe 191 N. Atherton St AD 8-2441 Repairs I Television Radios Car Radios Phonographs _t i _fc telev...

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