Image from page 164 of "Gem Yearbook" (1922)
Title: Gem Yearbook
Authors: Taylor University
Publisher: Taylor University
Contributing Library: Taylor University, University Archives & Zondervan Library
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rdware,Patent Medicine, Coffee, Dried Fruit,Cereals, Sausage. MARION, INDIANA, U. S. A. fliiiiiiiiiiimimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiNii^j^iUr^iiiii lllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllfTTTml Grant Trust & Savings Co, The Bank of the PeopleMarion, Ind. C. C. CHAMBERLIN, President HENRY L. * ERLEWINE, Secy&Treas. Marion Machine, Foundry & Supply Co. BRANCHES:Tulsa, Okla-Nowatto, Okla.Wirt, Okla.Drumright, Okla.Wilson, Okla.Ardmore, Okla.Duncan, Okla.Okmulgee, Okla. Oil Well Machinery Clay Working Machinery High Grade Brass and Iron Castings Boiler Room Specialties Mill Supplies MARION, INDIANA, U. S. A. BRANCHES: Burkburnette, TexasBreckenridge, TexasRanger, TexasEldorado KansasPaola, KansasScottdale, Pa.Eldorado, Ark.Haynesville, La.Mexia, Tex. * Lamped-Vamped. POME nan Prof. Draper—These windy days I have to fairly run up the campus toget there by the time my hair does. □ □ □ Mary Shaw—Ive so much to do today. Guess Ill take my nap now and get it off first.
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Ralph C. Cottrell Specialist in the Fitting of Glasses Four Years Special Workwith Students 421-422 .Marion National Bank BuildingPhone 246 MARION, INDIANA SUNDAY BY APPOINTMENT nmnnnnMrisHffl m^ iiiiiiiiiiiiiiii!iiiii[i!iiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiii]]| MarionPantitorium CLEANING OF QUALITY By the Most ModernMethods 318. S. Boots St. Phone 1379 /: IM MARION, IND. DENTISTRY Dr. 0. M. Flinn Special Inducementto Students 402 Glass Block Marion, Ind. Phone 384 *- Mattie Rose reciting in History class, When Cortez returned to Mexicohalf the people were dead. They were all in an uproar. □ □ □SPICES FROM DR. RADERS LECTURES Lots wife turned first to rubber and then into salt. A metal string on a violin might fill a concert hall with the sweetest music;but record it on the Victor and it sounds like a Ford fender. A pencil knows everything you do. Try it. You know acid will wrinkle your hide, but sugar will—oh, boy ! look at me. Oh, ye little potatoes, you grow in the cellar, but you have
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