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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 22 March 1928
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MR . GEORGE HATHAWAY TO APPEAR IN RECITAL A T THE CONGREGA -TIONAL CHURCH SUN -' DAY AFTERNOON [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 22 March 1928
MR . GEORGE HATHAWAY TO APPEAR IN RECITAL A T THE CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH SUNDAY AFTERNOON Mr . George W . Hathaway will appear i recital at the Congregational Church _Sunday afternoon at five o clock . Mr . Hathaway has made scores of friends since coming to the Conservato ry in the capacity of organ director , but many of us will hear him play for the first time Sunday . Mr . Hathaway has a wide _experience as both recitalist and teacher and is an undoubted authority in the _field . He is a graduate of the New England Conservatory and has taken special work under Homer Humphrey , F . Stuart Mason , Louis Elson , Joseph Adamowski and F . Addison Porter . He has had years of experience as choirmaster in a number of leading churches and has a wide repertorle of church classics to _offer his pupils . Besdes this field he will stress concert work and motion picture playing _, in which there are large opportunities for people of ability and superior training . , The following program will...
LOCAL PLAYWRIGHTS IN THE LIMELIGH T [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 22 March 1928
LOCAL PLAYWRIGHTS IN THE LIMELIGH T Again the versatility of Conservatory talent will be displayed this week-end when two original one-act plays are presented in the Little Theatre by the Williams School . They are The Grandstand Play by Dean Tallcott , and Glass Houses by Jean Lee Lathana . Besides these two originals six other one-acts will be given in three performances on Friday night , Saturday afternoon , and Saturday night . Four will be given each evening and two from each evening s program will be given on Saturday afternoon . In this way three entirely _different groups will be presented . Flora Barger coached The Grandstand Play and Elsie Waters coached Glass Houses . Student coaches for the other six are Mitzi Simons , Mildred Lawton , Anne Wood , Bob de Lany , Doris Hunt , and Beryl Jourdan . Altogether it will be a busy week-end for dramatic students . The fact that _original plays are _Tieing featured makes these productions doubly _attractive . It is rumored that lat...
GOLD MEDAL CONTEST ANNOUNCED [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 22 March 1928
GOLD MEDAL CONTEST ANNOUNCED Each year contests for which all Juniors and Seniors are _eligible are held in each schoolJudges from _outside are appointed and to the people whom they choose for first and second place , gold and silver medals are given . Great interest is shown throughout the school and city in these contests . It _is hoped that _this year they will be better than ever before . Monday—April 23 rd—Piano . _Tuesday—April 24 th—Voice . Wednesday—April 25 th—Violin . _Thursday—April 26 th—Phy . Ed s . Friday—April 27 th—Expression . A young man at college named Freeze _Weighted down by M . A . s and A . Beeze Collapsed from the strain . Said his doctor , Tis plain You are killing yourself by degreeze . —Stanford Chaparral _Young Man— But your sign says , First-class hair cut , _35 cents ; and here you re try ing to soak me 50 cents for one . Tony— Yes , I know , but you haven t _got first-clasa hair . —Cli pped .
YOUNG HOPEFUL S [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 22 March 1928
YOUNG HOPEFUL S This really happened at tryouts , and _should be appreciated by anyone having _anything _in do with lolanthe . The article is rathe r _i _, ar . castic , but trul y it becomes _riotoinlv _fiiiin _,, when from one to six girls , all _trying out fo _; the same _-part , secretly smile , each _feeline sure of the part . Behind the Door 1 st Hopeful ( after tryout)— Good or _Bud Do you think I stand any chance for ih ( part ? Teacher— Well—as far as I m concerned _, the part is yours . You have the voice—and you rt the type . In fact , Id say the part was _made for _you . Come to-morrow for the finals—ju a a matter of form , my dear . 2 nd _Hopeful ( in same condition)— Do _iou think I have any chance for the part ? Teacher— Well—as far as I m concerned ibe part is yours . You have the voice , and _you _re the type . In fact , etc ., etc . 3 rd Hopeful ( question ) Teacher— Well—as far as I am concerned —etc , etc . 4 th hopeful ( question ) Teacher— Well—etc ., etc ., et...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 22 March 1928
J . E . VAN NATTA L . C . SMITH - CORONA Rented — Sold — Exchanged Oppo . _Ilhaca Hotel Telephone 2915 BUR _P S BUR TON F . ROOT , Propri _etor Soda Founiaiil _iy _Confectionery . Salted _Nut s , Cigarettes , Cigars and Magazines Phone S759 21S N . AURORA ST . _Opposite Crescent Theatre ART IN THE _KITCHEN Wife— John _, Im writing a paper on calendar reform for our club . Do you know which Pope gave us our _present calendar ? Husband— Pope ? Good heaven s ! I though t it came from our grocer .
Lockwood ' s Dollar Cleaners , Inc . [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 22 March 1928
Lockwood s Dollar Cleaners , Inc . Hats , Gloves , Fur Coats , Bolivia _, _Party Frocks 120 N . _AL-RORA ST . DIAL 2751 Bra ndies , Elmira , Btnghcnnton , Waverly , Corning , Hornell _^ ep , _it s a very quiet town , admitted the old settler . A feller aimed _in the post-office revolving doors last week and they found him _1 _\\ R _• ing . —Detroit News .
YELLOW BIRD _STATIONERY STORE [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 22 March 1928
YELLOW BIRD _STATIONERY STORE Telephone S655 V . L . Burgess Embossing Engraving Invitations Programs All _Conservatory dies in stock ITHACA , NEW YORK _24 Hour Service 107 W . Seneca St . How was _the new play ? ( x Anni-inK to look at and listen to , but _improper to talk about . —Washington Star . — _—————————————————^_————————————————————————— Let us _refresh your _Garments
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 22 March 1928
YUM YUM Angry Customer ( tossing a package on the counier)— Makes wa . shing a pleasure , does it ? Docs tile _v _asiiing _ivliilc _yoi v _/ ait , does _ii ? It s the little flakes of soap that— Grocer— Madam , one moment _, please . This is not soap A . C . — Not soap ? _• Grocer— No , your daughter a . sked for a half-pound of grated cheese and a half-pound of soap _flakes . This is the _cheese . A . C . — My stars ! And last nig ht I made a pudding— —Progre _ssive Grocer .
FUNERAL ORATION [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 22 March 1928
FUNERAL ORATION by Marie deL . Welch A lady died in our town ; Carve the wood and _grave _the stone , _Stretch her straight and lay her down ; And here be words for her renown : Though her body lieth low , Iligh and high her soul doth go , She never said , I told you so . Her body lieth with the night , _Her soul departeth in the light , She never cried , It served you _right . Her body taketh earth s decay , But her soul walketh heaven s way , She never whispered _, Well , they say—
"JITNEY JOYS OF ' 28 " [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 22 March 1928
JITNEY JOYS OF 28 Work _is now well under way on _the Ainard _stunt review Jitney Joys of 28 and the evenings of April 10 and 11 have been _selected _as dates for the production . There being a wide variety of good stage talent among the Amards , _it has been possible to helect an ideal cast with John Nash as featured comedian . All _material used is new and original , a book and music having been written and arranged by our own _people . And just wait _till you see our nifty chorus ! There s beauty enough to make a success of any bhow . Moreover , the dramatic side has not been neglected ; and all who have heard the plot pronounces it to be full of real interest . _Many special numbers have been arranged , a _most eleborate one being a complete carnival Congress of _Freaks _with appropriate new scenery and costuming . It _is _rumored _that such realistic properties as a real python are to be used in this _number . Other numbers are to be correspondingly wellmounted . Jean Lee Latha...
0 [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 22 March 1928
0 L EHTNAMay 9-10-11-12 Cop— Hey , where did you get that red light ? Whassyu think , ossifer , _some careless person left it ri ght on the edge of a bi g ditch . Our boss _discharged three pretty stenographers today . Isnt it rather early in the year to be canning peaches ?
THE WILLIAM S _SCHOOI PRESENT S ITS SENIORS IN GRADUATING RE -CITALS [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 22 March 1928
THE WILLIAM S _SCHOOI PRESENT S ITS SENIORS IN GRADUATING RECITALS To the unitiated , nothing seems _quite _, _, _ miraculous as the ability to give a graduaton _recital _like the ones the _Dramatic Senior give here . How did she ever learn all that Honest she didn t seem a bit _scared . _Thw are typical remarks after a Senior _monologue Indeed , it is not a little task . _The selection of the _play to be read is _often made _two _yens in advance , and before the play can be memorized , it must be cut so that the _climax remains _, and alt unnecessary speeches and dccriptions are _eliminated . _Sometimes a _number of difficult characters are so cleverly impCMinated _that we feel that they must have been _lived for week before . This year the Seniors seem to have _made _unusually _good selections in their monologue . . We were _thrilled at both Jean Latham s and Agnes Dahme s , and are looking forward now to recital s by _Mitzl Simons , Louise _Pert , Katheren Banks , Beryl Jourdan a...