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Zauauwaa ann Srienre Ginmhine
Cl' he Huntinqton Laboratories a Ueru
Successful and lnterestinq Plant.
HEN yo-u spent hours in the physics or chemistry laboratory during the
schcol days Just past, did you ever stop to think how important science
and laboratory work are in modern business? I know such work seemed like
play to me when I was in school and it was only years afterward that I be-
gan to realize the tremendous uses which business men make of all those
simple rules and-formulas which we played at in the class room.
Right here in Huntington is a great big laboratory where science controls
the manufacture of all sorts of interesting and useful chemical products.
Liquasan the nationally known liquid soap, advertised in big' magazines
throughout the country, is made right here. lt is the only liquid soap the
manufacture of which is controlled by laboratory methods, and for that reason
it has established a reputation for being the mildest and most uniform liquid
soap obtainable anywhere.
Other products of this big successful company are well and favorably
known too. Careful experimentation has resulted in the best solidified perfume
bloc known as "Zef-ir." Its outstanding superiorities are recognized and
they are all due to science applied to business.
In the same way Nip-an-Tuc Roach Powder, "clogged pipe cleaner," Auto-
San Auto Soap Rex Crystals, Rex Fireless Formaldehyde Fumigator, Silk
Floss Shampoo and many other high grade products have been developed. It
is interesting to think that all these products are manufactured successfully
and merchandised nationally from a plant right here in Huntington, Indiana.
The Huntington Laboratories, Inc.
Where L1qu'1'-san IS manufactured'
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One H 2mcZ'r'ed Forty-ovze
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Cleo Wilson has come to the conclusion which side of a mule has the
He thinks the outside.
Alba Drummond: "I wonder if Lowell loves me ?"
A Berniece Wynn: "Of course he does. Why should he make you an
Grant Gingrich knows what of birds are kept penned up-mostly
Prof. Stull: "Your recitation reminds me of Quebec."
Ira Shindle: "How come ?"
Prof. Stull: "Built on a bluff."
ITFMS FROM THE COLLEGE PARK TATTLER
Burton Hazzard's Lincoln Light Four has been missing for six days.
He is offering a reward of ten dollars for its return dead or alive.
Ernest Gingrich has sworn never to speak at a banquet again unless
the musician and speakers are seated together.
Corinth Lange wishes to inform us that as far as he is concerned,
Michigan is in good health, and seems to be calling him.
Rumor has it that Wilford Musgrave has been gazing at jewelers'
windows. Putting two and two together makes four, but this time it looks
as if putting two together is going to make one.
Lewis Miller just found out which is the West side of a boy's
It's the side the son sets on.
Charles Saufley has invented a device for making a board-walk.
Ira Shindle says that the best part of his married life is when he has
time to recollect the days before he was married and laugh over the good
times he had.
'-ii- iel- '1-' N N 'i-- u..i..i..s l
One Hundred Forty-two
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Harvey Lingamfelter informed his father that his teachers like him -
so well that they have him sit where they can see him all the time. 1
Book Agent: "This book will do half your work." 2
Gladden Hull: "Give me two of them quick."
Prof. Bowman: "Where was the Declaration of Independence signed ?"
Florence Felton: "At the bottom of the page I suppose."
Mr. Townsend: "What did you do with the last ten dollars I gave
Forrest: "I bought a dollar's worth of oranges and apples and spent Z
the rest on dates." -
Faye Connor: "A penny for your thoughts."
Prof. Bowman: "I was thinking of going home."
Her father tat the head of the stairslz "Give him a dollar: it's
worth it." A
Here's to the faculty,
Long may they live.
Even as long
As the lessons they give.
Fred Pinkerton: "President Mummart must be going blind."
Miss Hart: "Why ?" .
Fred Pinkerton: "The other day in the office he asked me twice where
my hat was, and it was on my head all the time."
Finals, finals everywhere,
With drops and drops of ink.
But never a Prof will leave the room
To give a fellow a chance to think.
Lesh: "Does history repeat itself ?"
Prof. Bowman: "Sure does, if you flunk in it."
Prof. Guha: "Erma, what's an icicle ?"
Erma Burton: "It is a stiff piece of ice."
lm One H ll'l?,Cl1'6Cl Forty
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