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About Stationery

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Parent Issue
Day
27
Month
December
Year
1895
Copyright
Public Domain
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Every girl shdtíld practice writing on paper that is not ruled, for the flnest ote paper is without lines. There is othing aboutwhich awoman of reflnemeiit is more particular thim her staionery In spite oí the beautiful shadea aryine from pale cream to deeppurple, he usage of the best society remains he same year after year- namely, plain, thiok, white paper fov formal orrespondenoe. A delicately scented aohet should be kept in the portfolio ■with the paper. Black ink is usually preferred, though mitira onv nolored paper, colored inks are not rejected as being bad taste. The choice of peas lies with the-writer Teachers will teil you, howcver, that yon are inore apt to blot with a larSe"peii. The writer's adyice ia to practico with a business pen, for by that means aloue can freedom in penmanstaip be obtained. A fine pen requires a thin penhólder, and, as every one who has done nrach v;riting knows, a short thin nfinholdcr cramps the hand.-

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Ann Arbor Argus
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