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E . VAN NATTA [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 12 January 1928
E . VAN NATTA L . C . SMITH - CORONA Rented — Sold — Exchanged Oppo . Ithaca Hotel Telephone 2915 CORRECT _ENGRA VIN G Calling Cards Programs Conservatory Embossed Stationery Dance Orders Menus Invitations _Conservatory Text Books , Kews and Second _Hand THE CORNER BOOK STORE A MISTAKE Freddy— Ma , didn t the missionary say that _ravages tlidn t wear any clothe ! _. ? Mother— Yes , my boy . Fredd y— Then why did Father put a button in the missionary _box ? LOGICAL Teacher— What was the Tower of Babel ? Prep— Wasn t that where Solomon kept his five-hundred wives ? THE DUNCKER ART SHOP _Sewing of all kinds Hemstitching and pleating Rhinestone _setting—Buttons covered Pr _am _/ _it _service — _We aim _to please _Di . u . 7723 205 N . _AUROHA _Sr
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 12 January 1928
_^^ _^ _assssasass _ Photographers by _appointment to leading Colleges and Universities VISITORS TO STUDIO WELCOME 306 E . State St . 220-222 West 142 St ., New _York Getting out a weekly paper is no picnic . If we print jokes folks sav we are _silly . If we don t they say we are too serious . If we publish orig inal _stuff they say we lack variety . If we clip from other _papers they say we are too lazy to write . If we stay in the office we ought to be out hunting up news . If we hunt up news , we are not tending to business in the office . It we wear old clothes , were stingy . If we wear new ones _, _theyre not paid for . Like as not , some one will say we swiped this article fruin _another newspaper . We did . BIG ODDS What s the _hardest train in the world to catch ? The twelve-fi fty , for it s ten to one _you won t catch it .
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 12 January 1928
USE KODAK FILM _The dependable film in the yellow box Finest quality developing and printing here . HEADS CAMERA STORE 109 N . AURORA ST . Brasses , Bridge Accessories , Pottery , Stationery , and many other useful and novel gifts at THE CARAVAN GIFT SHOP 412 SAVINGS BANK BUILDING Is Mr . Smith at home ? enquired the stranger . Which one , sir ? asked the maid . There are two brothers living here . For a moment the caller seemed at a loss for an adequate description , then he had an idea . The one who has a sister living at Folkestone , he explained .
PHI MU ALPHA PHILINGS [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 12 January 1928
PHI MU ALPHA PHILINGS On January second the House on the _gorge gradually awoke to the ( rt _Chrl _ itrnas vacation was coming to an end . With each train which Id into town came from one to a half _dozen more to fill the rooms more and relieve brothers Beeler , Cannon , McEuen , and pledgee _Newel of their heavy duty of holding down the house . _iduring vacation . n , it known however that these brothers participating in the well _known jazz Band of fame operated by Wes Thomas preceded by several _the great incoming body of returning Sinfonians . The _House of Sinfonia welcomes into _ita folds for the coming term the _following pledgees : Spear , Lewis , Razz , Chester and Charles Robb . With the addition of these men the population of the _House on the Gorge has grown to the great total of thirty-two or _( hereabouts . Great shall be the racket of the household .
POTTER [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 12 January 1928
POTTER 215 E . Seneca Dial 2619 Stationery Confectionery Smokers Supplies We Solicit Your _Trade Boo-hoo , sobbed Frederick , my collie is dead . Shucks , said Billy . My grandmother has been dead a week , _^ ou don t catch me crying . _^ es , said Frederick , but you didn t raise your grandmother from 1 PUD .
H _, B . GOO DENOUGH , M . C _. Ithaca ' s Chiropractic Specialis t Post Graduate , Lincoln Chiropractic College , Indianapolis , Ind SPEAR _'S PAINLESS METHOD [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 12 January 1928
H _, B . GOO DENOUGH , M . C _. Ithaca s Chiropractic Specialis t Post Graduate , Lincoln Chiropractic College , Indianapolis , Ind SPEAR _S PAINLESS METHOD Patho-neuronutric Examinations free Dial : Office 7942 Residence 3698 Office _Hours : _10 to _12 , 2 to 5 , 7 to 8 102 EAST STATE STREUT , ITHACA
CARR - CARPENTER [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 12 January 1928
CARR - CARPENTER H . Wesley Carpenter , president of the _Freshman-class , was united in marriage , with Miss Elva M . Carr , of _Embreeville , Pa ., on _Thursday , December 29 , 1927. Everyone joins the Once-A-Week in wishing Mr . and Mrs . Carpenter all happiness jn their married _life .
"KICK IN" SCORES HI [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 12 January 1928
KICK IN SCORES HI Kick In , precented Friday and Saturday _, Jan . 6 and 7 by the students of the dramatic department of the Williams School of Expression , has been spoken of repeatedly as one of the most successful student productions of the year . The story , _quite a different type of thing from the usual run of comedies , was a mystery play , _calling for deeper interpretations , and broader character work , than is _usuall y attempted by young performers . Each member of the _cast did his part to hold the play to _-the exceptionally high standard of production , and the success was plainly shown in the enthusiastic _applause of the audience . Beryl Jourdan and Marshall Whitehead carried off the leads while Charlie the Dope , playe d by Bob de Lany , Memphis Bessie played by Katherine Boyles , and Myrtle , played by Mary Leib , got _hands for the splendid portrayal of the difficult character roles , and the spat between Mrs . Halloran and Daisy , her daughter _, played by Helen...
NEWS OF THE PREPARA _TORY AND INTERMEDI -ATE DEPARTM ENTS [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 12 January 1928
NEWS OF THE PREPARA _TORY AND INTERMEDIATE DEPARTM ENTS When one chances _to pass through Conservatory _Hall on Saturday mornings about ten o clock he is impressed by the active group of young musicians engaged in their weekly recital under the supervision of Miss Louise Tewksbury . These are pupils in the Preparatory and Intermediate Department who have _organized themselves into the Junior Musical Club with the following officers . Jean Chase ....................... _President Einora Hopper ............... _^ _ice-Presi _dent _Elizabeth Ludlow ................. Secretary Ruth Holland . .. ...... .......... Treasurer The first Saurday of each month the club has a regular meeting . Every other Saturday morning at ten o clock there is an informal recital to which the general public is invited . The Club has been particularly active this Fall . An evening recital was given on Friday , October 28. On Saturday , October 29 , they celebrated with a large Hallowe en masquerade in the gymn...
I HEAR IN THE MOON [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 12 January 1928
I HEAR IN THE MOON That Miss Kimple will play on January 1 ( , i new worfc of Dr . Reiggers , Blue _Voyage which is in the form of a short _fantasy f _» i piano , based on Conrad Aikens book of _thil title . This will be the first performance ol the _composition which was written last simmer . That Dr . Ott has been in New Jeisey to ii ! l two lecture engagements . That Marian Waite 26 is now _associated an executive capacity with the Church _ml Drama Association of New York . That Mr . Sopkin is to give a concert in N1 York City January 20 th . That Leslie Wentzel 26 is head of the Vo ; n Department at the University of Iowa . That Amy EIlerman is to give a _concert r Elmira on Thursday , January I9 th . That S . A . I . is to have a formal dance January 13 th . That Nell Rutter 26 is playing with the Coiiniess Maritza Co . in Chicago . That Miss Stanton of Corning paid the Mi _Phi s a short visit . That Alma Sweet 23 , violinist , is broadciiling from W B Z , Springfield . That Kn...
FRESHMAN TAKES A BOLD STEP [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 12 January 1928
FRESHMAN TAKES A BOLD STEP It was the afternoon of December twentyeighth , nineteen twenty-seven . The shivering shaking little blonde stumbeledin out of the _swirling traffic of Fifth Avenue . She found herself in the lobby of one of New York s innumerable tall buildings . The Elevator operator _yelled Going Up out of a crooked mouth . Tt-t-twelfth floor , please said our S . S . L . B . as she tripped over the threshold of the _moving room , and gaspingly leaned against the wall . After being shot up to her _destination , she gropingly made her way to the check room and deposited her hat and coat Jim— I understand you accused me of being dishonest . Phill— I never said anything of the sort . What I did say was that if you hadn t hel ped me look for that dollar I lost the other day , I might have found it . The toast— Long live _our teachers had just been drunk . A new teacher was called on to make the response . Blushing ly he got to his feet and said _, What on ? Out _in the coun...
EDITH KIMPLE RECITA L [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 12 January 1928
EDITH KIMPLE RECITA L January 16 , 1928 Prelude .... Chorale &amp; Fugue—Ccsar Franck Etude . ......... ......... .... ... _ ) Nocturne ...... .................. _^ _Chop in _Waltz ........... ................ J Geux dEau ..... .................... Ravel Blue Voyage ..... .................. Reigger Prelude ......... ......... ......... Kimple Ragtime .................... .... IIendemith Rigoletto Paraphrase .................. _Liszt with the man in charge . Then a very kind lady took her by the hand , and led _her to a glass enclosed room . Fve minutes later , she was gulpingly preparing to awaken the world to her talent . And _, if you please , she did ! For twenty minutes , she remained , in the glass case , and at _the end of that _time , she made a gracefu l exit _, slingthly out of breath , but calm and composed , for her ears had beepfilled with congratulations and praise . It was Miss Ruth Broedel , broadcasting from station WJZ , the second largest broadcasting stati...
MR . LAUTNER'S _Els GAGEMENTS [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 12 January 1928
MR . LAUTNERS _Els GAGEMENTS On Tuesday afternoon , January 3 rd _, M _, Joseph _Lautner of the Voice _Faculty of _^ c Ithaca Institution of _-Public _School _Music _sane with the American Orchestral Society in _^ _c _^ York City under _-the direction of _Chalmen Clifton , the well-known conductor . The COBcert was given under distinguished _patronaa , On February 5 th Mr . Lautner appears aa suloist with the People s Symphony _Orchestra of Boston and in March with _the _Womana Symphony Orchestra of Chicago , Ethel Leglnil _; conducting . During a recent western tour Mr . _Laulntr received a telegram requesting immediate ap . pearance in New York to interview the _Arthur Judson Management relative to his singing iht role Don Jose in Carmen with the _Ameritij i Opera Company , now playing in that citv , _id with which Company Mr . Lautner had successful appearances during last year . Mr . _Laumer could not accept the engagement on _account af the conflict with his work at the Conserv...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 12 January 1928
ONE-ACT PLAYS ( THIRD SERIES ) JUDGE LYNCH _ludge Lynch , by J . W . Rogers , Jr ., a play which deals with the • nchine of a negro in the South . This play won the Belasco loving cup _., the best play in the Little Theatre Tournament , in N . Y . C ., 1924-25. Mildred Lawton , Coach _VIrs . Jop _lin - ------- Agnes Dalimc _gijg _ . . ------- Erma Cushman Ed Joplin - -------- Kendall Zeiiff Stranger - ------- _Roland Fernand WHY THE CHIMES RANG Why the Chimes Rang , by Alden , a play which _teaches us the same great lesson , as the widows two mites , _given to Jesus , teaches-us . Ruth Wolfe , Coach _Holge . - ------- Cather _ine Oleson Sieen . - -------- Elda Husick Berte ! - ---------- Fae _Swif t _Old Woman ------- Edit h Quackenbush King _Albert --------- _f ilbert Kell y Beautiful Woman -------- Pauline See Lovely Girl -------- _Kathleen Storm _Old Man --------- Clarice Gage Rirh Man ---------- John Na _s h A WOMAN OF CHARACTER A Woman of Character , is a comedy of high joy her...
SIGMA SIDELIGHTS [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 12 January 1928
SIGMA SIDELIGHTS Si gma Al pha Iota was _Delightfully entertained at the home of Mrs . Bates , one of our _Patronesses , _Thursday evening , Dec . 5. The Delta Delta Deltas of Cornel _! were also in the party . They put on a very attractive program which showed their ability as actresses _, singers and dancers . A social hour and refreshments were enjoyed . _The two sororities appreciated the advantage of _knowing each other socially and proclaimed Mrs . Bates a very capable hostess . A pledging service was held for Thelma Enos Sunday _afternoon , We are very _glad to welcome Thelma into our Sisterhood . Miss Nell Rudder 26 , is now play _ing with the Countess Marilza Company in Chicago . We wish Nell the greatest success . PROOF Patient— Doctor , can I spit ? _Dentist— I don t know . Try ! THE VANITY FAIR SHOPPE Beau _ty Parlor _Finge r Waving Le Mur Per . Waving Phone 8480
Lockwood ' s Dollar Cleaners , Inc [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 12 January 1928
Lockwood s Dollar Cleaners , Inc Let us refresh your Garments Hats , Gloves , Fur Coats , Bolivia , Party Frocks _ 20 N . AURORA ST . _DIAL 2751 _Benches , _Elmira , _Binghamton , Waverly , Corning . Hornrll
And Ten Years [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 12 January 1928
And Ten Years From Tomorro wcoiumbus , 0., Jan . 13 , Mayor Howard Nettleton and Mrs . Nettleton today entertained at a buffet luncheon at their beautiful suburban home in honor of Dean _Albert Edmund Brown and Dr . Edward Amherst Ott of Ithaca , N . Y . Both Mayor and Mrs . Nettleton are graduates _of the Ithaca Conservatory of which two departments are under the supervision of Dr . Ott and Dean Brown . These two _distinguished guests are passing through Columbus on their way to Los Angeles , where the } _ will hold a civic institute . • Ithaca , N . Y ., Jan . 13 , Students at the Ithaca School of Physical Education had classes in the new Gym on South Hill today for the first time . The Phy Ed _students are about the most outstanding group at the University of Fine Arts . They seem to have more pep when it comes to hiking over town . Greer , S . C ., Jan 13 , Mr . and Mrs . E . R . Minus of S . Main Street , have as their guests , Mr . and Mrs . Norman Stagg . and children of Itha...