National Geographic : 1926 Jun
THAT SCHOOL-DAY FRIEND SHIP-LET THE JEWELER HELP YOU PERPETUATE IT C9C: C9 THIS month more than a hundred thousand boys and girls will grad uate from the colleges and universi ties of America. For four years, these boys and girls have lived in a world of their own, forming friendships as close and true as life can develop. To these friendships, Commence ment Day often means the "parting of the ways" . . . the interruption of sympathetic ties which later years may never supplant. But need the parting mean the end of these friendships? Not if pleasant memories are kept alive with tokens that serve as lasting reminders of delightful Alma Mater days. Your jeweler is headquarters for such enduring reminders-for "Gifts That Last" like the sentiment they commemorate. They need not be expensive gifts. But they should be durable and ser viceable, like friendship itself. Whatever you would say to him or her, at the parting of treasured school day comradeships, should be said for a lifetime. So say it from the jeweler's stock with "Gifts That Last." ELGIN THE WATCH WORD FOR ELEGANCE Ai4D EFFICIENCY NAME ADDRESS enor the Y TREA E OOK, a delightful brochure of 192ift Facts . Elgin National Watch Co., Dpt. 45, Elgin, Send for the TINY TREAIURE BOOK, a delightful hrochure of sift Facts . Elgin National Watch Co., Dept. 45, Elgin, Ill.