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H , R GOODENOUGH , M _. C _, Ithacn ' s Chiropractic Specialist Post Graduate , Lincoln Chiropractic College , _Indianapolis , Ind SPEAR _» S PAINLESS METHOD [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 15 March 1928
H , R GOODENOUGH , M _. C _, Ithacn s Chiropractic Specialist Post Graduate , Lincoln Chiropractic College , _Indianapolis , Ind SPEAR _» S PAINLESS METHOD Patho-neurometric Examinations _free Dial : Office 7942 Residence 3698 Office Hours : 10 to 12 , 2 to 5 _, 7 to 8 102 EAST STATE STREET , ITHACA John came home after indulging in more than the _necessary number of cocktails . He tried to sneak in the door quietl y , but his wife heard , and came down the stairs . _John _^ yahhed in the library , grabbed up a book and started to read—Where have you been ? demanded his _spouse . Now , my dear , I ve been trying to finish this story for a long time _, and I thought Id sit up and do it tonight . John ! Close that checker board and come to bed . Learn to laugh . A good laugh is better than medicine . They were on a party wire _, discussing what they were intending to wear to the dance . A young man interrupted by humbly asking for a number . He was properly squelched , but he didn t t...
AMARD ACTIVITIES [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 15 March 1928
AMARD ACTIVITIES _Things have _been a little more quiet with us than usual since _flirlstmas . Now , however , a _renewed interest seems to have been _neratetl without our Order and _all sorts of plans and interests are 1 velop ing . Six new members have recently won their final degree ; and these are all proving to be fine workers . All _students who attended Summer School last year will remember , _highly successful stunt review , Jitney Joys of 27 which was staged _by the Amards at that time . The Fraternity is now planning a secnd annual edition of the show , to be known as Jitney Joys of 28. Work is already under way on the new production and our members are all very enthusiastic over its prospects . The show last year was _planned in a loose review form and proved very popular that way ; but we are aiming to make this edition still bigger and better . According ly , a style more nearly approaching musical comedy has been adopted with a book written by Marshall Whitehead and so...
ITHACA STEAM DYEING WORKS [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 15 March 1928
ITHACA STEAM DYEING WORKS . _VJA , r _^ : \\ _ _- ; _^ € &lt; _^^ _OPOITO Your last season s sport clothes need a trip here . _Cleaned , altered , dyed—made fresh and lovable again and stylishly wearable . J . C . DURFEY TELEPHONE 2142 _ESTABLISHED 1S83 _Cleaners — Dyers 409 West State For goodness sake , scolded the irate wife , after having asked ° er husband for the fifth time to accompany her to church , the neighbors _ 11 soon be talking about us as they did about poor Mr . and Mrs . Jones . The only time they went out together was the time the gas _we exploded . No man _ever lived a right life who had not been chastened by a _ _lan s love , strengthened by her courage , and guided by her discreiion . -John Ruskin . _; t s not enough to be industrious ; so are the aunts . What are _iou _ dustrious about?—Thoreau .
BUSH & DEAN , Inc [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 15 March 1928
BUSH &amp; DEAN , Inc 0 Dorothy , so naug hty ? And yet you prayed this morning to be made a good girl . I know , mamma , but I didn t mean right away . —Boston Transcript . CANADA HAS AGE PENSION • _Indignant Persons Over 70 Years of Age To Receive Aid from Treasury _Moneys —Gloversville ( N . Y . ) paper .
STUNNING NEW SILKS [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 15 March 1928
STUNNING NEW SILKS For the Smar t Spring Costume _An unrivaled selection of the _new and novel effects and designs for the nevr season Printed Crepe-de-Chines $2.00 and _more Printed Flat Crepes $2.50 and more Skinners Flat Crepe $2.75 yard Crepe Satin $2.50 and more Georgettes $2.00 and more All 40 inches wide
FROM NEWMAN HALL [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 15 March 1928
FROM NEWMAN HALL We have again enjoyed having Mrs . Babcock for our matron over the week end . We were very pleasantly surprised to have as her guest , Bob Spencer , our Dean s handsome son . More than one head turned toward him during the _meal and every voice rang out a hearty welcome . The poor boy was probably a little embarassed but he certainly didn t show it when he got up to acknowledge it with a bow which had the earmarks of military training ! Both Miss Babcock and Mr . Babcock also dined at Newman on Sunday . The trio were introduced to a number of the girls . Mr . Babcock didn t need much of an introduction ; his glorious hair _, frank open smile and personality have already won him popularity among many of the Con students . _Miss Bab cock made a hit with the girls , too . We wish they would all come again and stay longer . The other day as were were coming up the hill something peculiar was happening at Newman . In the vacant , snow covered lot beside our hall Martha _...
TO ATTEND CHAMBER MUSI C FESTIVAL [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 15 March 1928
TO ATTEND CHAMBER MUSI C FESTIVAL Mr . Egbert and Dr . Riegger will attend the Chamber Music Festival to be given at Washington next month in the new Chamber Music Hall of the Library of Congress . This building , costing $100 , 000 , was built through the generosity of Mrs . _Elizabeth S . Coolldge , a wealthy lover of chamber « rousic , who has sponsored such festivals for the last ten years . They were originally held at Pittsfield , Mass ., but for the past two years have been given in the new quarters in Washington . Connected with the festival is an international prize competition for the best piece of chamber music submitted . Dr . Riegger was the _first _American-born composer to receive one of these _prizes , the work being La Belle Dame san _Merci , for eight instruments and four solo voices . This was performed in Pittsfield in 1925 and later in Paris by the English singers , Hans Kindler , Gerard Hekking , Georges Enesco and other well-known artists . The attendance at t...
THE MAN IN THE MOO _? [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 15 March 1928
THE MAN IN THE MOO _? Dear Con Folks : — Mildred seems to be the popular name in the moon this week . Mildred Stryker was at her home for _the week-end . Mildred Scott is having a picnic with lie monotones in _Odessa . Mildred French is entertaining the _Outside Girls this Friday night . Elmer Frantz teaches in Elmira each weA . Elmer thinks that Horseheads ig a splendid half way station , but don t let him find a . other fellows stopping there . Ula Henry has won a $200 _scholarAip r a competition under the auspices of the Womans Wednesday Club of Harrisburg , PaEsther Corcoran and Anthony Beck are lo be the soloists at the concert given by _At High School Symphony Orchestra of WillitsBarre under the direction of Rusty Luell _ , who graduated from the Conservatory a _• 1 _ time ago . The reason for the low marks which _so _many girls received last _week _was the sleep _ir _ _nites spent after seeing the Cat and the Canary . Here endeth the lesson . The Man in the _Moon .
J EAN LEE LATHAM _IN MONOLOGUE [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 15 March 1928
J EAN LEE LATHAM _IN MONOLOGUE On Wednesday , March 14 , Miss Jean _LH Latham , of Elkins , West Virginia , gave an hour and fifteen minute cutting of Romance by Shelton Thomas . This excellent readine merely verified her splendid portrayal of characters , and afforded the audience an evenine of gripping _entertaining . The story _tells us of a young opera _singe r who owes her success to one of the city s millionaires , who pits all of her expenses and uses his influence for her benefit , in return for what _pleasure he derives from her beauty . She falls in love _with a minister in the city , and would give up the stage for him , but when he discovers what her past life has been , he refuses to marrv her . It is merely a repitition of an age old storr of real life , and ends unhappily , _although naturally . We believe Miss Latham has _accomplished in this , something that will never be forgotten by her , or any who heard her . A thing _vivid in reality , and alive with moods of e...
JIM JAMS [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 15 March 1928
JIM JAMS The OTHER day I heard a wise Man Say _This intolerance Between the Generations is— And I said , Just too bad—Eh what ? And he said , Deplorable—in An extreme Degree . And I said , Well , I guess the Old folks Always will— The wise man Stopped roe With a pitying Look . The intolerance I m _Speaking of _Belongs to the Younger generation—Intolerance as Callow as Their youth , As blalant as A steam Calliope , As crude as Primate red And yellow , And as brutal As the words they sa $ The intolerance of , _Then , for all that The older ones have Held as sacred In their hearts . I THANK vou .
WORK _. [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 15 March 1928
WORK _. I am the foundation of all business . I am the fount of all prosperity . I am the parent of genius . I am the salt that gives life its savor . I have laid the foundation of every fortune in America , from Rockefeller s down . I must be beloved before I can bestow my greatest blessings and achieve my _ greatest ends . Loved , _I make life sweet and purposeful and fruitful . _I- can do more to advance a youth than his own parents , be they ever so rich , Fools hate me ; wise men love me . I am represented in every loaf of bread that comes from the oven , in every train that crosses the continent , in every newspaper that comes from the press . I am the mother of democracy . All progress springs from me . Who am I ? What am I- ? - I _am Work . —Selected .
J . E . VAN NATTA [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 15 March 1928
J . E . VAN NATTA L . C . SMITH - CORONA Rented — Sold — Exchanged Oppo . Ithaca Hotel Telephone _2915 Robert , spoke a mother to her ten-year old boy very soberly , I _don t want you ever to do anything you wouldn t want the world 10 see . Sure , mother , broke Robert delightedly . Oh goody , goody , then I don t have to take any more baths , do I , mother ? Listen , remarked the exasperated driver over his shoulder . Lindbcrgh got to Paris without any advice from the back seat . —Detroit News . I wish you good _luck , is no word to say . I wish you good pluck , is better , For pluck means more in every way _Than just an additional letter . It is good to believe in your luck , I know ; It is bad to be though unlucky ; But the best of luck , for us folks below Is the habit of being plucky . You can turn your luck if you have the pluck . You can conquer the ill that shakes it . So I will not stop at a wish for luck , But here s to your pluck that makes it ! —St . Nicholas NUFF DONE !...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 15 March 1928
_BOOLS For Furniture and Picture Frames 130 E . State St . Ithaca , N . Y . Hold persistently and calml y to your ideals and in time they will be _realized and fulfilled , and then new and higher ideals will come to you . In this way , from one ideal to a higher ideal , we progress . To be discouraged or give up an ideal means _more than to stand still—it means retrogression . Why were you late to Sunday school this morning , Tom ? asked the teacher . Why , the bell rang before I got here , the little fellow explained . —The Christian Herald .
Lockwood ' s Dollar Cleaners , Inc . 120 N . AURORA ST . DIAL 2751 [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 15 March 1928
Lockwood s Dollar Cleaners , Inc . 120 N . AURORA ST . DIAL 2751 Let us refresh your Garments Hats , Gloves , Fur Coats , Bolivia , Party Frocks Branches , Elmira , BingJiamton , Waverly , _Corning , _Hornell _Young Wife— I took the recipe for this cake out of the book . Husband— _- You did right . It should never have been put in . —- ^ ironh Herald . e _t _^ Ppiest _homes are those in which she trustfully _ks him inltsi of _looking it up in the dictionary . —Exchange . nth . his free hand he raised _his hat , bent his head and kissed her wc _forehead—Serial in a Des Moines paper .
RANKS HALL [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 15 March 1928
RANKS HALL There _s much more than the usual amount of news from the highest up of the _dormitories this week . You all know what a _success Toby Boyles was in The Torch Bearers Most _everyone in this hall saw her , and we all chime in , in saying she done us proud . And _, then , tonight is our house-dance , and its going up be a wow ! Glad Barr knows her stuff when it comes to getting the men-folks to work for her . _You see _, Herb Coe is doing most of the _decorating . Pretty soft , dont you think ? And how about Lee Merriman entertaining ? Well , ask Gin Ku _, schke . One of our old students , Lois Conant will be here _, we think , and it will sure seem _good-to have her with us . On March 3 rd , Mrs . D . C . Ingraham stayed with us over ni ght , and it was a pleasure to see _Izzy beam all over . We don t blame her with a mother like that . March 5 th , Mother Ellsworth visited her home , and we were mighty glad to have her back the next day . Marty Minus has returned to North...