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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 11 July 1941

IAN PRICE—TEN CENTS / Dr. Harold C. Case Here For Vesper Service Dr. Harold C. Case, pastor of the Elm Park Methodist Church in Scranton will be the speaker al the weekly vesper service in Schwab Auditorium at 7:30 Sunday night. The service will be preceded by a concert by the band of the Band and Orchestra School. Dr. George Sallade Howard will be the conductor. The concert will be on front campus if weather conditions permit. In event of bad weather it will be in the auditorium. ked For Group Smallest Ever Taken Here Eleven students have been accepted for the Civilian Pilot Training course sponsored by the College in cooperation with the Civic Aeronautics Authority, it was announced yesterday by Charles L. Allen, coordinator of the course and assistant professor of mechanical engineering. Professor Allen said that four or five more trainees could still be accepted if their applications are received this afternoon. Application blanks may be obtained in. Room 208 Main ...

Publication Title: Daily Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 11 July 1941

Subscriptions Qua Sale At Student Unit* you it want to pay _STANDARD PRICES. STANDARD CLEANING Dial 3461 Under The Corner N0W~ Reduced Te 30c. m The Summer Collegian mnmm A How many of you have some article of clothing which cannot he worn because of a tear, burn , or some other damage? Bring those articles in to us to be dry cleaned and rena!r/\rl Vstu it nni _rsnin rnrutrn ai _nrirnr KEEP COOL Swim at _©_leniiland Pool Week days—§ a,m.-(Q p.m. Sunday—I ;30-6 p.m PRIVATE SWIMMING LESSONS BY ALBERT P. MICHAELS SWIMMING INSTRUCTOR Adults. 8 lessons for ?7; Children, 8 lessons for $6 (Includes price of admission to "pool) Swimming Results Guaranteed NEW SAND BEACH NOW OPEN Special—Adult S-Swim Ticket, S1.S0; Glennland Building summer couegian Published every Friday morning during the Summer Session by students of the Pennsylvania State College in the interests of the College, _students, faculty, alumni, and friends. TJie Summer Collegian has the o...

Publication Title: Daily Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 11 July 1941

ny to Cruise io Florida or Alaska Take a Trip on ihe Great Lakes PLAN YOUR VACATION AHEAD OF TIME' THROUGH THE HOTEL STATE COLLEGE TRAVEL BUREAU "No Charge for Our Services*' Louetta Neusbaum Phone 733 THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF STATE COLLEGE Member of Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation Get Your Beauty The Fun Way Rest A REAL _VACATION FOR FOR COOL DRINKS . . . . Try a HOSPITALITY PACK A Waterproof Package of Pure Cracked Ice. Sized Ready for Your Glasses Only 25c Delivered HILLSIDE ICE AND STORAGE CO N. Paterson St. Dial 842 _&, _iMiiBiinwHiilliyjmi _* _*_N. TV* an-"Old Fashion.*!, '* _Chocolate Ice Cream Soda \i a5 *!*!? ' JG so you _rememher, when you ware a "THE REST «hlld, how you enjoyed those choco- Tv taw;™ late lea cream sodas? Well, Just to iviyi> bring back old times, why not stop -TSJ _jiSTfes. In tar a Rea & Derlck old fashioned $8|8 _jflffl 8fi| _ohdteolote Ice cream soda . . . made _ga...

Publication Title: Daily Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 11 July 1941

July 23 Moor Bern July 3_» _rfotf/ifes utfc Student _Ifoiom, !5-(k or your local _Bf.-llefbno.* bank. _Ofcrimj of these bonds is confined solely to Pennsylvania resident:) E. H. Rollins. & Son iincorporated WILIIAMSPORT: Richard G. Lowe, Manager. _SuaquehannJfcTrustt _Btdtr Telephone: _Williamsport 2-6141 .C- T\ RONE: G. T. Nolan, Representative, P.O. Box _Sjf* Telephone: Tyrone 244 j\ niiv. ' vr);((; i?(-. :_;uoec?H»A _boston Chicago _san francisco".- los amgeiles Hie mmim of Dramatxc Presents Its Summer Theatre Company in Two Outstanding Plays _Voha Beal, Maurice Moscoviich Albert Dekfcer in "THE "GREAT COMMANDMENT" :.:: _~ ' MARLON K. SOBS _Assisus: to the President & Ttaiit .Officer if the Sellc for.ee Trust Company K'j WILLIAM H. SROC'SS School Director if". • LEWIS LENHART Assistant County Superintend^)*:, of Schools HORACE J. HARTRANrT President of the School Board !_£ NEWELL B. LONG _President of the First National gink ...

Publication Title: Daily Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 4 September 1941

that they cannot be used until classwork actually starts. Campus Calendar is one of our regular departments. Each day, it lists all meetings and other activities for the next day. Other features, too numerous to explain, include daily selected radio programs, humor,columns, articles written by authoritative faculty members, and world news flashes. Baird, Doherty Join Services; Election Likely Because both Robert D. Baird '42, All-College president, and Gerald F. Doherty '42, All-College vice-president, will probably not return to the College this fall, an emergency All-College election may be held. During the summer, Baird enlisted in the Naval Air Corps rather than " be drafted. He is scheduled to begin training sometime this month. Doherty was called in the draft and will probably be inducted soon. To- legalize the new election, an amendment to the constitution had to be rushed through at the final. Cabinet meeting last spring when Baird and Doherty learned they would pr...

Publication Title: Daily Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 4 September 1941

PARENTS... You Will Find THE CORNER ROOM Penn State's Best Known Restaurant An Excellent Place to Eat When You Visit State College Ik Hotel State College Offers You An Attractive Place to Spend the Night Gultlex Lubrication Washing Gulf Cards Honored ECKERT'S GULF STATION One Stop Service M 5 S. Burrowes SI Goodrich. Exide Tires Batteries CAMPUS CALENDAR (In this issue a Freshman Week calendar takes the place of the daily calendar of campus activities which will appear in the Collegian during the remainder of the year.) ROOMS A list of rooms for men may be obtained at the Penn State Christian Association office, Room 304 Old Main, or at Student Union office, Room 101 Old Main. (Men planning to join fraternities should not sign rooming contracts. Women should arrange for rooms in the office of Miss Charlotte E. Ray, Dean of Women, Room 204 Old Main. MEETINGS 8 p.m., Wednesday, _Septembei 10—Welcome mass meeting ir Schwab Auditorium. 8 a.m., Thursday, Septemb...

Publication Title: Daily Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 4 September 1941

ee er s CATHAUM THEATRE BUILDING V _/ Gel Our Prices Before Purchasing Your School Supplies Charge Accounts Opened on Reference Proper PENNANTS STICKERS LAUNDRY CASES FILLERS to Fit All Size Note Books Full Count — Heavy Weight Papers LEATHER NOTE BOOKS All Sizes — With or Without Zipper. We- have not advanced our prices on Note Books. DRAWING INSTRUMENTS Approved Sets & Other Supplies All Guaranteed V CLASS OF 1945 COLLEGE SUPPL ALL ES FOR Trade at Keeler 9 s Health Service Treats 51931 In safe-guarding the physical welfare of the student, body, the College Health Service reported 53_^931 treatments and health conferences during the 1940-41 academic year. Despite the large number of visits to the College Infirmary or Dispensary by the 6,500 resident students "the general health'of the student body was excellent," according to Dr. J. P. Ritenour, directory of the Health Service which employs five full-time...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 4 September 1941

AUTHORIZED FRESHMAN APPAREL Interwoven Socks Arrow Shirts -p/ j_^ Men's Store CORNER ALLEN AND BEAVER Michaels Stern Clothes Nettleton Shoes v ** i. «r«iv 11 ft Bika'v_* THE NITTANY mm _jianu 110 West College Ave other Independent groups. Scholastically our rating is high as evidenced by representation on the roster of fifteen Honorary and Scholastic Societies and other marks of leadership in College activities. Our men take active interest and participate in extra curricular affairs, and intramural sports. Of mutual interest to all concerned is the strict adherence to house rules and study hours, so that all share equally in the things that make your stay here worth while. See you in September. (Signed) EDGAR "B. BERWICK '42 Chairman of Activities Phone 4850 n POST-GAZETTE Morning PITTSBURGH SUN-TELEGRAPH Daily and Sunday BALTIMORE SUN Sunday Only WILLIAMSPORT GRIT Sunday Only PHILADELPHIA BULLETIN Evening PUBLIC LEDGER Evening ALTOONA MIRROR Ev...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 4 September 1941

WELCOME, FRESHMEN WHERE STYLISH AND STURDY ,SHOES GO HAND IN HAND FOR YOUR COLLEGE NEEDS AT BOTTORF'S SHOE STORE YOUNG MEN PREFER OUR SHOES Priced very Moderately For Style Setters. $3.95 to $7.50 MISS CO-ED . . . PREFERS OUR SHOES FOR CAMPUS AND DRESS WEAR. PRICED $2.95 to $5.00 THEY ARE SURELY THE LAST THING IN STYLE We Carry a Complete Line of G ym Shoes, Bedroom Slippers and R. 0. T. C. Shoes We are authorized dealers for Freeman. Walk Over, and Bootmaker shoes for men; Red Cross, Treadeasy. Paris Fashion, Connie, and Natural Poise for women. Weather Bird and Buster Rrnixm Shoes for children. S SHOE STORE B0TT0RF Entrances on Beaver Ave. and Allen St. State College, Pa College Prepares 20,000 For Technical Jobs In Defense industries EOT Classes Given Throughout State High School Graduates Know Their Physics With the nation's defense program growing daily, the College, through its extension services, has had an increasingly important part in the...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 4 September 1941

Hotel Beaute & Contouring Salon OVER THE CORNER ROOM HOTEL STATE COLLEGE Dial 2286 Room 207 TO YOU The Class of'45 the CAMPUS RESTAURANT Extends a most Hearty WELCOME For better food at moderate prices Stop in and see us. CLASS OF'45 Cleaning, Pressing, and Tailoring at Really Reasonable Rates Ties 3 for 25c Hats 50c Suits and Dresses 50c Cash and Carry Prompt Service—All Work Done In State College State College Dry Cleaning Works 113 S. Pugh St. Call Plant: W. College Ave., Dial 2331 Welcome, '45 To Our Service • LETTER HEADINGS • NAME CARDS • JOB PRINTING PENN PRINTING COMPANY 113 E. Beaver Ave. Dial 3101 Alumni Association Explained By Hibshman Secretary Welcomes Incoming Freshmen By EDWARD K. HIBSHMAN Executive Alumni Secretary The Penn State Alumni Association takes this opportunity to welcome all members of the freshman class to the Penn State campus this fall. In entering the College you are becoming a part of a great Penn S...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 4 September 1941

College Gets $5,889,121 From State Appropriations Maintenance Bill Is $085,000 4 ROTC Officers Hazing Just The Same In England Given Transfers As Here, Former Student Says Twelve appropriation bills affecting the College went through the legislative mill in Harrisburg during tljfi recent session and were acted upon by Governor James. At the end, six-bills were still alive, bringing the College a total of $5,889,121 by direct and Indirect means. The. main appropriation-measure, for College maintenance, Was set at $4 , 985,000. The-College's request for $5,569,545 was cut in the Governor's February budget to $4,375,000, same amount received by the College during the last Here are bills bringing money to the College as they finally passed the Legislature and were approved by Governor James: 1. Maintenance appropriation $4,985,000 2. Coal xesearch 60,000 3. Coal and oil research . 60,000 4. Tobacco research ... 5,000 •5. GSA building rentals 759,121 6. Nutritional research . 20,...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 4 September 1941

Typewriters For Sale and For Rent All Makes Repaired BADMINTON ARCHERY PING PONG NEW BAILS U U U U S Tiger Knobby Fairway Royal 35c: 3 S S S 25c. 35( Dunlop $1.95 fo $18.00 Rackets Free Hood with Rackets $4.00 and up Krof lite Rewashed Balls - 3 for $1.00 Repaints Tennis Rackets Repaired and Restrung $2 00 fo $9.00 2 to 24 Hour Service PARCEL POST LAUNDRY CASES Real Hard Fibre $2 $1, .25 fo $3.45 35 and 1.65 Canvas - Imitation Fibre $1 45 Laundry Bags Trunks, Suit Cases Hand Bags Bill Folds Fillers Subject - 10c f o 25 10c, 20c and 25i Indexes A Complete Line of Amateur P AGENTS FOR EASTMAN-AGFA-AND ARGUS CAMERAS-FILM! Mechanical Drawir Log Log and Log Log DecilrigSI Keuffel and Esser NAME PRINTED ON ALL LEATHER BOO FREE-Y0UR LOOSE LEAF NOTE BOOKS With Penn State Seal All Sizes and Prices Leather, Imitation, Leather Canvas WAHL AND ESTERBROOK FOUNTAIN PEN Quink Scrip Scripto Penci...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 4 September 1941

_Btcycles For Sale and For Rent 25c per hour Wesfclox and Ingersoll Watches $1.35 fo $7.50 ELECTRIC ALARM CLOCKS Alarm Clock - - - - > '<¦ Paragon 98c BAM 25c $1.00 35c: 3 for 50c 75c 75c 25c, 35cr 50c, 40c $1 00 15c fo 35c WESTCLOX ALARM CLOCKS $1.35 fo $4 75 Big Ben Little Ben PLAYING CARDS, 30c and up Cameras, Magazines, Films SMOKER'S SUPPLIES 2c to S5,Q0 Pipes Racks—Humidors Ash Pipe Pouches Trays Cigarette Oases and Holders EDISON MAZDA LAMP BULBS EXTENSION CORDS 0CKETS TAPE K FOUNTAIN PENS $1.00 Scrip - - - 10c, 15c, 25c UDENT DESK LAMPS S 98c and $1.19 50 Goose Neck up fo $7 Other Lamps BOOK RACKS—$1 89 WAIN PENS ENCILS idenis Everywhere $15.00 • Used uaen u V EEWITH ALL BOOKS BOUGHT AT OUR STORE 1945 Class Of is iwith Penn State Seal) 60c to $ SO J J A COMMON EXPRESSION IN TOWN AND ON CAMPUS STATE COLLEGE, PA ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 4 September 1941

r4 eicom ey _Mass o 9 Fountain Service, Cigars, Candy, Magazines Meal Tickets fj 25 for $5.00 15 for $3.00 Allen Street Land Grant Fresco Grows In Popularity By JOSEPH HUMPHBEY Collegian Staff Writer Well past its first birthday and a familiar sight to everyone on the campus, the Land Grant Fresco in Old Main is still regarded as anything but commonplace. In fact, —as a great work of »art should—it is becoming better liked as time _passes. What is perhaps the best evaluation of the mural has been expressed by Peyton Boswell, Jr., critic and editor of Art Digest. In a recent book on Henry Varnum Poor; painter of the mural. Boswell says: "The artist has brought forth one of the. great achievements in American mural painting; the College is the possessor of a painting that will be . . . admired; as lpng as Old Main stands —and it is a sturdy building." The _fresco, painted on the stair wall in Old Main lobby, dramatizes the founding of the College which became...

Publication Title: Daily Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 4 September 1941

WELCOME CLASS OF 1945 State College's _Headquartersjjfpr SHERWIN - WILLIA Products • ¦ " ¦ _-% Linoleum—Glass—-Wall Pap \',Vc Painting and Decorating '• PORTER & WEBER 123 S. Frazier S t. Dial 2793 THE NITTANY LION INN On the Campus We invite the parents of the new freshmen to make use of our facilities. We welcome the opportunity to be of service to them JOHN D. LEE, MANAGER Blankets Linens WELCOME FRESHMEN _» to EGOLF'S DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS Lingerie Hosiery WELCOME'45 Make Your Camera Headquarters The PENN OTATE HOTO OH OP EXPERT PHOTO FINISHING DAILY SERVICE EQUIPMENT _ANOSUPPLIES 214 E. College Avenue Welcome Class of '45 From KREB STATION SERVICE Sunoco Gas Oil A to Z Lubrication, Washing and Tire Repairing Service 115 W. BEAVER AVE High As College Ruling Body Dr. Palmer Appointed Ag Biochem Prof H. Leonard Krouse, left, is senior class president; Jerome H. Blakeslee, center, ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 4 September 1941

WELCOME CLASS OFr 4S £ THE NEWEST BY THESE FAMOUS MAKERS COME IN AND GET ACQUAINTED *?- >/? f'?-J //*? -y I M P O A T C D. MOR-EASt 11% imn-nnusti romm's Society (xj_'iand (cjlotheS: Opposite Old Main - State College' ~ m ~ ¦ FLORSHEIM SHOES Headquarters For Smart Coed _Footwear SWOtSFOtt MSN MEN OF 1945 TRY A SNACK at HARVEY'S LUNCH Magazines Cigarettes Candies Cigars 111 Pugh Si. Clark Motor Co Packard Sales & Service Storage General Repairing : + Gas, Oil, Accessories Goodyear Tires ESSO PRODUCTS 120 S. Pugh Si. Dial 2731 WHEN DINING OUT ¦ _B I ""> 3_&g_3HH "Picturesque Potters Mills" Delicious Sunday Dinners 75c • FRIED SPRING CHICKEN • T-BONE STEAK • BAKED HAM EUTAW HOUSE POTTERS MILLS NOTICE... IN ORDER TO BE SERVED LIQUORS YOUR MATRICULATION CARD IS NECESSARY SOCIETIES OPEN TO FRESHMEN Open to freshmen women are several freshmen honoraries_, admittance to which is...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 4 September 1941

C6_ARHTh M "&_OLLEGE Sheets Lucky Strike - Chesterfields ¦ ¦ ¦ Pack Camels - Phillip Morris - 111 ff" ^^ Raleighs - -Stratford - Pall i JTJC Malls - Mapleton- Tareyton 'm " _^-_^ ^** Viceroy - . Regents - Old _~ $M4 Carton Oolns. SEAL" Envelopes PENS - PENCILS hv PARKER Sfi.00foSII.00 S T _ATIONERY EVERSHARP Eaf At Rea & Berfck's Popular S LOOfoSS.OO Others At 25c to 79c 49c FOUNTAIN - GRILLE Here You Can Enjoy • Good Wholesome Food « Moderately Priced ft Prompt Service . . . in a college atmosphere of good fellowship. Lentheric Bouquets with Atomizers S1.25 and $2 Revlon Pocket Scart and Manicure Set Lentheric Talcums Lucile Combs, 4 colors 5 styles 25c' to Ny Glo Exton Hair Brush, 50c Jergens Lotion with 25c Jergens Face Cream both Chen Yu Nail Polish and Lacquer _IaeSonier Bath Powder Mitten 50c April Showers Talc, Louis Philippe Lipstick. "*"* <_£fw-yiSfcv§Wi«s*»F w* S $1.95 ..60c SI Vitalis Hair Tome ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 4 September 1941

GRAHAM and SON Established 1896 Welcomes the CLASS of 1945 Mix with the Athletes and Coaches" • Newspapers • Candy • Tobaccos • Magazines • Pipes At Penn State GRAHAM'S WELCOME CO-EDS Make A Point Of Seeing Our _v;-. Top Notch Fashions Sweaters Skirls * Blouses * Dresses • Coals • flats and Accessories SMART SHOP 123 S. Allen St WSGA Plan Begins ThisFaU Credit Given For Courses Of interest to freshman women as well as upperclass coeds is the Women in Defense program which will be initiated this fall .under WSGA . House of Representatives with Margaret K. Sherman '43 in charge. Last semester women enrolled for credit courses in Red Cross first aid, nutrition, elementary mechanics, sewing, and office skills and practices. ; Designed to develop skills and interest in defense, courses will be open to all coeds' as WSGA ac? tivities or for College credit. They will include Home Economics 13 or 309, modified for defense and _wock with the Friends'. Se...

Publication Title: Daily Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 4 September 1941

_fflbkWWJSKSBiSl l _tt '1111 ti _^iw_^B' / Coeds '45 Many of you are, wondering and, perhaps, worried about where you will buy dresses and accessories while at school. Well Moore's Dress Shop answers your question, showing the latest and finest stylings. They're budget priced, too. "i / _n W/^_Hj^' I I'll —_, / „. _Yfrl \\aP V«_B. II i - _^f 'JiKH Uf _\a«h 'F! n" Ill _^m fcrr-r MOORE'S E. College Ave / All Women Become Members Of Recreation Group Activities Under Point System WRA, Sport Clubs Conduct Varied Recreational Program Membership in • WRA, Women's Recreation Association, is automatically given to every coed upon registration and enables her to participate in all women's recreational and athletic activities. Betty L. Zeigler '42, WRA.president, will be. assisted , by Patricia .Macl_^inney '43, vice-president; Bernice M. Mauer-'42, secretary; Pauline Grossman '43, treasurer; Ann T, Drivas '43, club activities chairman; and Grace L. Judge '44...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 4 September 1941

For the EVERYDAY NEEDS • • • • ENGINEERS AND MINERAL IND. STUDENTS Pen and Pencil Sets Shaeffer, Wahl and Waterman mm Weber Drawing Materials KeuHel and Esser, Dietzgen, Keuf f el and Esser Slide Rules Weber, Windsor—Newton Artist Materials Marks, Kents, Peele, Standard Hand Books Pennants and Stickers PHYSICS AND CHEMISTRY STUDENTS • Alarm Clocks Hand Book—Reference Books Chemistry Remington Portable Typewriter Keuf f el and Esser Chemist Slide Rule White and Black Lab Aprons • Laundry Cases • Lamps • Bound Note Books Liberal ArtsArts & Letters , Education Students • Greeting Cards Webster Collegiate Dictionary Fillers For All Size Note Books Hammermill Typing Paper National Loose Leaf Note Books • Memory Books • Inks—Skrip, Quink_, Waterman AGRICULTURAL STUDENTS Plain Reference Books For All Courses Blotter Pad and Calendar d? and Dye Stamped Stationery Sporting Goods For All _k_? _k m...

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