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Image from page 681 of “The Rotunda” (1920)
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Identifier: LONGWOOD_COLLEGE_ROTUNDA_1926-10_to_1933-05
Title: The Rotunda
Year: 1920 (1920s)
Authors: Longwood College Longwood University
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Publisher: [Farmville, Va.]
Contributing Library: Longwood University
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den-Syd-ney freshman, Poole, fills the billto a tee. Bidgie Warren as Aunt Julia, form-ally known as Lady Marden is surelysomething to write home about. Thepart itself is complete with manycatchy lines and Bidgie is all there inputting them over. That is about all I have to tell youabout it, except that it will be onNovember 21 and that it really iswell worth seeing! If you want to en-joy one of the biggest laughs of theseason, come! Come and bring alaugh loving friend with you! COTILLION CLUB DANCES AREALMOST HERE DAVIDSONS Evening Gowns and Evening Shoes are outstanding!We v^ill gladly dye shoes purchased from us FREE of charge DAVIDSONS, Inc. The House of (Quality FARMVILLE, VIRGINIA <s» Three piece suits the kind that sells for Qff PvQ.95. All colors and sizes __ tPO.Ot/ New^est fall shoes, low, medium and high heels. Prices .98 .95 ? ?J ^ I y 26 sample sport coats, Princess styleSpecial — – – THE HUB DEPARTMENT STORE :sm»c::3 J THE ROTUNDA, WEDNESDAY, 12, 1930

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Miss P.: Sarah Willis, why did notthe north immediately attack FortSumter? Sarah: Unprepared. Miss P.: Correct. Vsiitor: Mrs. Martin is yourdaughter home for the week-end? Mrs. Martin: Ill see if the car isin the garage. Julia Warwick: The night has athousand eyes. Budsey: The council girls havemore. Him: Id marry you. but youretoo dumb. Her: Youre right. You need awife with brain enough for two. Frances Ratclifl: Je vous adore.(I adore you.)Virginia Lowe: I shut it. Little Johnny: Daddy, how dowars start? Father: Suppose France and Eng-land had a quarrell. Mother: No, no! England andFrance mu.st not quarrel. Father: Im just supposing they should. Mother You are instilling ba( ideas. Father: England and France— Mother: No- Johnny: Never mind, I know. S. T. C: Will I ever be able to doanything with my voice?Mr. Strick: Yes, in case of fire. The only man who can let thingsslide is the trombone player. First Farmer: Why didnt you tellme this horse kicks? Second Farmer: The man Ibought

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Image from page 148 of “The Friend : a religious and literary journal” (1919)
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Title: The Friend : a religious and literary journal
Year: 1919 (1910s)
Authors: Smith, Robert, 1752-1838
Subjects: Society of Friends Quakers
Publisher: Philadelphia, Pa. : J. Richardson
Contributing Library: Allen County Public Library Genealogy Center
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ttonTELEPHONESBell—Sprues 17-81 – – Keystone—Race 637 R. C. BALLINGER & CO CONTRACTORS and BUILDERS 218 N. Thirteenth St. Philadelphia. Woolman School A Friends School for Social andReligious Education. FALL TERM—Opens Tenth Month 7, 1919.Special Courses in Social Work andHistory of Missions.Regular Courses in Bible Study, History ofFriends and Religious Pedagogy.Write for Catalog.ELBERT RUSSELL, DirectorWOOLMAN SCHOOL, SWARTHMORE, PA. see WALKER & KEPLER Good Electrical Work 531 Chesnut St. Phila. POCONO LAKE, PA. FOR SALE One-half of Lot No. 93, Lake Front – Price, 0ALFRED C. HAINES. 56 N. Front St.. Philadelphia H„ F. Bruner S. D. Hall H. F. Bruner & Co, COAL OFFICE AND YARD 16 N. Twenty-first Street Philadelphia telephones: { Jgg«»» M. GATCHEL 126 N. 21st St., PHILA. MILLINERY, plamandfakct °9fe09*lffuef>8l!e ADVERTISING COPT and Direct-by-Mail printing that sell the goods.zAsk us to show you how! The Holmes Press 1336 Cherry Street, Philadelphia, Pa.

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Image from page 401 of “Hart’s annual army list, militia list and yeomanry cavalry list” (1902)
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Identifier: hartsannualarmy1902lond
Title: Hart’s annual army list, militia list and yeomanry cavalry list
Year: 1902 (1900s)
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Subjects: Great Britain. Army
Publisher: London : John Murray
Contributing Library: National Library of Scotland
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with East \ Africa Rifles j William James Robinson Lieutenants. Clement Arthur Wilkinson Clinton Wynyard Battye, DSO 2 Henry Grenville Bryant, DSO. 1Brigade Signalling Officer, S. Africa J Charles Ernest Atchison I 20 Feb. Arthur Thomson Curgenven Rundle, 1 -tjia~ Chinese Regimer.t j j 2? May 2 Ernest Robert Maling English , 28 Sept. 1 Alexander Henry Lloyd MRae 6 Apr. 2 Edward Arthur Underwood 4 May 2 Henry Wildman Kettlewell 28 May 1 Kenneth Lyle Philpin Lely [ 18 Jan. 1 Christopher Hugh Cautley (Depot) ; 18 Jan. 2 Peter Francis Fitzgerald j it Feb. 2 Edw. Pendarves Dorrien-Smith, DSO., 20 May 1 Richard Carthew Middleton 20 May 2 Robert Patric Miles 12 Aug. 2 John Mark Carter j 12 Aug. 2 Philip Lewis Hanbury | :8 Oct. 2 John Charles Hooper ; 18 Oct. Percy Robert Clifford Groves, \ . rwRailway Staff Officer, S. Africa … J I0 UCT- 2 George Arthur Delme-Murray 15 Nov. 1 Bertie Elibank Murray 18 Apr. 19 July go 1 July 81 11 Feb. 75 1 July 81 1 July 81 28 Oct. 71 26 Feb. 8: 9 Sept. 82

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