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CAST FOR "IOLANTHE " [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 23 February 1928
CAST FOR IOLANTHE \ Esther Corcoran Phylhs ... •••••••••• J Bernice Wells lolanthe ............ _Mildred _scott Olive Billhime Dorothy Hewitt Queen of the Fairies . Margaret Walkingshaw Lord Mount Arar at ............ Alfred Kelly Strephon .................. William B . Lamb Lord Chancellor ................... Fay Swift Lord Polloler ............... Robert DeLaney Sentry ....................... Ralph J . Rider Celia ...... ... ............... Ruth Hughes Leiia ..................... Dorothy Clarkson Fleta ( _small speaking part ) to be arranged To all members of the _cast and chorus , rehearsals for this production will be _begun at once . It is highly essential that everyone learn the _music of their part . Please get your score at the front office if you have not already done so . Dates for rehearsal will be posted sometime during the present week . The first regular rehearsal for the entire chorus will be held next Saturday morning at 9:30. Please be present .
BIG _TIME TOMORROW NIGHT WITH PHI EP -SILON KAPPA [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 23 February 1928
BIG _TIME TOMORROW NIGHT WITH PHI EPSILON KAPPA _Have you a date for tomorrow night ? If not—get one . If so—bring her ( or him ) to the Gym . Oh Boy , when Phi Epsilon Kappa gives a dance you have a right to expect a _rousing big time . And when they get an orchestra like Jimmy Day and his Night Hawks you know the music will be as good as the crowd . Think of the one-thirty permission , girls , free for nothing . That s a thing that doesn t often happen and we surely can t _afford to miss the opportunity tomorrow night . Tickets are $1.50 per couple and $1.50 for stags—informal for everybody . All of us are in the spirit for a good old Con informal . Let s get together at the Gym tomorrow night _\ _-i _^ _t _^ MOTHER KILLS HER DAUGHTER AND SELF THEN BURNS HOME —Arizona paper .
_FHE GIRL 0 ' MY DREAM S [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 23 February 1928
_FHE GIRL 0 MY DREAM S It was a still May evening . I was Mrolling _slowly along , when suddenly the vision of [ _he most beautiful girl in the world burst upon my sight . Her _ruby red lips were parted in a friendly smile ; her saucy chin was _tilted at an inviting angle , and her perfect _features were crowned by a mass of waving _golden glory . Unable to resist her sly advances I took stock of my resources and bought that issue of The Saturday Evening _Post .
CHAS . BROOKS [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 23 February 1928
CHAS . BROOKS Je _weler _DEALER IN CONSERVATORY PINS 152 E . State St . New York s neediest cases this year are real-estate owners who are _ttmronted with overproduction and falling rents . Already some apartanis bring _barely worth and fear the _ae _may come Yorker . twice wnat pessimists New _ireiy tney are _worm , ana _pessimist • when people can afford to live here . —The Ne _ ATWATERS The Store _With _Everything To Eat Try a box of Aplet Candy for $1.00 _to the beginning I was woefully lacking in appreciation of the wontr _ to be wrought by television . This promises to be the greatest inlon of all time , but I did not realize what it would mean to us all _Leonard Levin pointed out to me the sure salvation which is now _Ill !! 0 _ Er _! isp _ ° _^ _ _se ! Once the mechanism is perfected , there e an end for all time to the idiot who rings and begins , Guess ° th18 _- —Heywood Broun in the New York World .
ITHACA CLEANING AND DYEING WORKS [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 23 February 1928
ITHACA CLEANING AND DYEING WORKS We charge reasonable prices to clean dresses well 409 W . STATE ST . PHONE 2142 The magistrate bent stern brows on the defendant . You are charged with exceeding the speed limit last night , he declaimed . Are you guilty or not guilty ? Well , you can decide for yourself , Judge , replied the prisoner . I was in that car you passed just before they-pinched me . —American Legion Monthly . ,- _
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 23 February 1928
Youth ( by the sea)— You little thought a week ago that you d be sitting on a lonely seashore with a man then unknown to you . Maiden— Oh , yes , I did . But , dear , you didn t know me then ! Of course not , but I knew myself . —Exchange . CONSERVATORY SEAL Bracelets , Pins and Ring guard _Letters for Frat _Pins BERT _PATTEN The Jeweler 306 E . State St . White Studio Bidg . I hear that Romer s Flea Circus got stranded in Allentown . Yes—the leading lad y ran off with a poodle . —Life .
THE FANITY FAIR SHOPPE _Beauty Parlor Finger Waving Le Mur Per . Waving Phone 8480 [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 23 February 1928
THE FANITY FAIR SHOPPE _Beauty Parlor Finger Waving Le Mur Per . Waving Phone 8480 A young man , while buying a ticket for the pantomime , _was rudely _brushed aside by three flappers , who got their tickets first . By chance [ Ie young man got the seat _next to them . If there is any young lady in the audience who _thinks she could tarn to love me , said the comedian during one of the acts , will she [ lease stand up ? The young man said to the _flappers , Will you let me pass out , [ ease ? The girls stood up at once , and the audience roared _. The youth _BBS revenged . —Pearson s Weekly .
BIG TURNOUT FOR FIGHT [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 23 February 1928
BIG TURNOUT FOR FIGHT Wrestling match is close—-Knock-their-teeth-out Swarthout wins by small margin _— Punch-their-n ose-in Latham proves worthy opponent—Banks Hall was the center of attention of all passers-by , on the night of February 19 , ( please dont hunt up this date on the calendar —oh , yes—well , it _was Sunday night if you must know ) because of the undisputed signs of a big fight , staged in room I , on first floor , The curtains were pulled , and therefore _, no outsiders could see the blood-stained carpet , the tufts of hair floating around , or the teeth scattered here and there . No ! All those who had not turned over their penny and two pins , could only stand outside and shiver with horror as the blood-curdling howls of the witnesses rose higher and higher , and the pants and groans of the contestants , grew more and more audible . To begin at the very _first of the story , the whole dormitory was startled stiff when two members of the faculty announced their inte...
THE PLEA [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 23 February 1928
THE PLEA The sun was setting with a golden _glow _; the west . Twilight , the lover s hour was _preaching . In the shadows , stood an encham ingly pretty girl who beckoned to _him . He ruby lips moved as if in speech . Her bewitch ing face with its dimpled cheeks wore a ] o « l of intense _appeal and anxiety . Finall y s | _,, grew impatient , and half turned away . Slowly he looked towards her , and wandered listlessly over . He seemed rather _timiil _,, if in fear of the girl . At the sight of him so near , after all _her pleading , a flush of joy swept over her _lovely face . His kind blue eyes looked up at _her in a humble adoring way . Caressingl y . sle stroked _his silky hair . After a time the git ] went slowly towards the hous while her _collii followed her . AMESBURYS HOSPITAL NEEDS TO BE FILLED —Boston GIolc _Chief , asked a visitor in Fort Mink , _can you tellum where I buy some of those _Indin beadwork ? I got mine from a mail-order house in Rochester , New York . —Loui...
J IM JAMS [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 23 February 1928
J IM JAMS The OTPIER day , I heard A young mother , Looking on her small Say , • There s one thing—Sure—He s never going to Feel that His Mother is an Old fogy . I m always Going to be A good Sport to Him ! And her mother Smiled on her And said , Dear child , you Cannot hope To be a Good sport for The Next Generation . I may Be shocked to Death at You , but By the time That Young son Of _yours is Ten , he Will have given _You a Few gray Hairs And scandalized you Thoroly . No , my dear , The best that You Can ever hope To do , Is to be A good mother For the Next Generation . All of which _Is interesting—If true—Isn t it ? I THANK you . Dear Sir and Brother : Our Memorial Services will be held Sunday . Members are requested to assemble at the Lodge Room and march to the church in a body . The more the merrier . —From a New Albany ( Ind . ) lodge notice .
THE DUNCKER ART SHOP [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 23 February 1928
THE DUNCKER ART SHOP Sewing of all kinds Hemstitching and pleating Rhinestone setting—Buttons covered Prompt _service — W e aim to please _DIAL 7723 205 N . AURORA ST A pathetic figure—That fellow who _went to Scotland to get a liberal education . Dine wisely and keep well Mother— Johnny , have you no manners ? Johnny— _Well , if I waste them now , I won t have any when _corn panv comes . —Boston Transcript .
THE ROBINSON STUDIO [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 23 February 1928
THE ROBINSON STUDIO The Robinson Studio invites you to come in and look over our work Photographer to _the Cayugan 212-214 E State St . Happiness is the only good . The place to be happy is _here . The _time to be happy is now . _The way to be happy _is _. to hel p make others so . —Robert G . Ingersoll . THE NORTH SIDE PHARMACY L . I-I . AND C . W . DANIELS , PROPS . 507 N . Cayuga St ., Ithaca , N . _Y . We thank you for your last years business . It has helped us to _realize our ambition to be of _genuine service to you . Imported and Domestic _Toiletries , Sodas , Whitman s _Candies , Best Sundaes in Town Ask the _Girls , they _knovi ! Stationery Atomizers Incense Burners
NEWMAN HALL [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 23 February 1928
NEWMAN HALL We re on the scent ! Very few traces of Charlie Andrews and pat Peters could be found over the week-end . Somehow _, a rumor that _ilier were entertaining out of town callers , reached our ears . We put our detectives out to investigate but they lost the trail in the heavy snowstorm . They were led into blind alleys by their interested assistants ( _male ) who evidently were misled by the footsteps in the snow . The Third Floor Gang to which Frances Kinnear who left this term , belonged , received a letter from her on Saturday . It was written a . la Kinnear with many supposes and guesses as to what each of us might be doing at the particular moment . She _guessed them nearly correctly , too ! —No , sirree !!—That doesn t mean that we do the same thing all day long . It s just that we work systematically !!—Or was it Fanny s intuition ? Now , that s what we call the thing to do!—Go home for the week end once in a while . Thelma Hanley and Caroline Koch did it ! And _Sall...