Journal and Courier from Lafayette, Indiana on April 8, 1924 · 2
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Journal and Courier from Lafayette, Indiana · 2

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V1US1CAL SHOW FOR MULBERRY t Small Town Follies" Expected to Surpass Preceding Productions ; Dates v Are April 10, 11, 12. -The Small Town Follies of 1924" t musical comedy In three acts, will be presented by the Mulberry Dramatic club as their third an-lual musical production at the tVeidner gymnasium April 10, ,11 nd 12. No stone has been left unturned y R. G. Siegfried, who has the complete direction of the production In making this year's show ftetter and bigger than ever. Mr. Siegfried has just been to the New York Costume house at Chicago getting additional chorus ets and scenery. The elaborate Sostumes, scenery and lighting effects will make the production one Sazling spectacle of splendor. Ollie Mclntyre's orchestra of Frankfort will furnish the music for the show. THE CAST. Mr. Hezekiah Temple, Jennings t)avis; Mrs, Almira Temple, Hazel Pailey; Mr. Frank , Fuller, J. L. Morrow; Mrs. Frank Fuller, Ailene Atherton Siegfried; Capt. Sharp, Maurice Fickle; Dorothy, Elizabeth Mitchell: Wigson, Kingley McKin-rey; Mr. John Brown, Ralph Funk; Mrs. John Drown, Mae Cable. Chorus Katherine Osterday, pianist. Helen Flora, Juanita Langdon, Hazel Williams, Grace Williams. L'rraa Gable. Margaret Jane Sweet, Nieta Williams, Grace Williams. Urma Gable. Smith, Heulah Dieter, Clara Dieter. Mary Davia. Ruth Shuel. violet oaDie, Jav Mitchell, Ross Williams. Roe Fickle, Maurice Fickle, Maurice Clendcnning, Floyd Allen, Gorman Booher, Eklo Fleishhauer, John Andrews, Virgil Puppert. Scloist3 Kdna Peter, Bcrnice Bowman, Violet Gable, Mae Gable, John Andrews and P. J. Newman. Earl Park Notes SDclai to Jruroal and 'Jourier.l EARL. PARK, April 8. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Ponto and Eva and Mable shopped in Lafayette, on Thursday. Mrs. . Curtis Hardsock and son of Goodland, are staying at the Gorge Wagner home during Mrs. Vagner's absence. Lasle Tinsman, who Is attending college in Bloomington, came to spend his spring vacation with relatives here. Mrs. James Barr shopped In Lafayette Thursday. Willy Gamso transacted business in Fowler. Friday. Miss Florence Booty of Sheldon, was in town, 'Wednesday. Mrs. Johnson Childress' of Sheldon, spent a few days the past week with her sister, Mrs. C. T. Bundy. Miss Mary McAdams spent last Thursday in Fowler. Mrs. V. F. Lowe and sons Vernon and Edward spent from Wednesday until Saturday with the Joe Vaughan family. V. l I)we came Thursday to visit relatives here, returning to Indianapolis Fiiday. Mrs. Ralph Nattinger spent Friday in Fowler. Mrs. Joe Vaughan entertained at a card party in honor of Mr. and Mrs. F. F. Lowe of Indianapolis. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Chabot, Mrs. Em ma Chabot, Mr. and Mrs. John Coyle. Mr. and Mrs. Otis Parks. Miss Kate Krue, Charlie Frances, Bill Query, Miss Margaret Comp-ton, Herman Gagnon and Mr. and Mrs. Oral Lowe and family. Rev. and Mrs. E. A. Oldenburg returned Thursday from St. Paul, Minn., where they took the lat-ter's mother for burial. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Marion of Lafayette spent a few days the past week with relatives here. Mr. and . Mrs. V. F. Lowe of Indianapolis look supper with Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Jacobs, Thursday evening. Miss Katherine Teager, who Is attending college at Bloomington Is spend her spring, vacation with home folks here. Philip, Bedore transacted business In Fowler, Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. S. N. Geary of Fowler, were in town, Thursday evening. Robert Yeager of Lafayette, How Fat Actress Was Made Slim Many ' stags people now depend en-fiitly uoon Mantiola Prescription Tab lets-for reducing and controlling fat. Cna cleier actress tells that she re duced steadily and easily by using this upw form of the famous Mar- n;cla Prescription, and now, by tak ing Marmola Prescription Tablets sev eral ttmfs a year, keeps ner weight lust right. All good druggists sell Marmola Prescription Tablets at one : liar for a bix. or if you prefer ou can secure them direct from the Marmola Co.. 412 Woodward Ave.. L'etrolt. Mich. If you have not tried them do so. They are harmless and eftective. s pent a few days the past wcelc with his parents here, Mr. and Mrs. E. S Yeager. Willy Gamso drove to Lafayette Friday. Woman Sentenced For Driving Auto While Intoxicated International News Servtcel MINNEAPOLIS, Minn., April 8. Luella Larson of Mankato, was sent to the county jail for ten days by Municioal Judge Frank E. Reed, as the first woman to be given a jail sentence In Minne apolis for driving an automobile while Intoxicated. The court continued to Tuesday the case of Mrs. Helen Gibbs, who pleaded guilty to driving an auto mobile while drunk. Her car col lided with another machine. 222 WABASH WINTER EXCURSION FARES! , Tickets now on sala dally via Wabash from Lafayette Good nine months. Hot Springs, Ark $ 41.59 Lo Angeles, Cal $144.47 San Francisco, Cal... $144.47 Portland, Ore $145.11 Good until May 31 San Antonio. Texas $ 68.80 Galveston, Texas 65.35 Tucson, Ariz. $116.33 Mexico -City ...$128.85 Winter Tourist Fares are also in effect to many other points. "Wabash Service: Train No. 9, leaving Lafayette 6:05 a. m., carries through chair cars and sleeping cars to Kansas City, where direct connections are made in the Union Station with through service to the West. Wabash Trains to St. Louis also make connections with through service, including the Wabash-Union Paciflo through sleeping car lines to Los Angeles and San Francisco. Ask. any Wabash Agent Xor particulars or write me. R. V. OLDHAM Division Passenger Agent, " Fort Wayne, Ind. WABASH l I TT II I bill .11 1 f C 1 TT !' j W-.P 1 1 I , ' -V X .J ' ' t . - - Girls, my summer fiome and my winter home, top ! Celotex is a strong, rugged , weather-proof, durable building lumber made from the long, tough fibers of cane. It is better than wood sheathing equals cork for insulation. Celotex is used for sheath-' ing instead of wood; for plaster base,' roof ihsu' lation, sound deadener and exterior finish. Stock sizes: Thickness Ms inch: width reet: lengths 8 feet to 12 feet. Weight, about 60 pounds per 100 square feet. Sounds like an enchanted home, doesn't it? You mean cool in summer, tvarm in winter? All year comfort in this town? Just that. When Jack and I decided to build we laid a lot of emphasis upon insulation in our talks with our architect. He recommended a wonderful lumber called Celotex. The men are just putting it up now that big, broad lumber. It has the insulating value of cork the insulation used in good ice boxes. The architect told us that Celotex, when in place, would cost no more than old-fashioned construction. You see wherever they use Celotex they don't have to use certain other materials. On those outside walls there is no wood sheathing, insulating material nor water proofed paper. Celotex takes the place of all three. You are using it on tlie roof, too? Yes, there is where we expect it to save us a lot of money in winter. Ever so much heat is wasted through the roof of an ordinary house. Celotex stops heat waste. We can get along with a third less fuei here than we used in the old house. And is tliere anything else you can do with this remarkable lumber Celotex? Surely they use it to plaster over and in the floors, too, under the hardwood flooring.. Jack is going to sheathe our garage with Celotex so it can be easily heated. Oh, I can get you booklets on Celotex from any lumber dealer in town or you can write to The Celotex Company, 645 N. Michigan Ave., Chicago, 111 - i V. Jl,l""" fan INSULATING LUMBER j THERE IS A USE FOR CELOTEX IN EVERY BUILDING INSULATING LUMBER j Lafayette Lum 408 NORTH THIRD STREET Sold in Lafayette By ' er Conipany W. H. ZI 3 "THE HOUSE OF FASHIONABLE READY-IMADES' BE FASHION-RIGHT ON EASTER MORNING As fashion has decreed the modes ofi the hour, we abide by her decisions with authentic style themes, The Coat, Suit or Frock stands in the light of fashiondom with equal popularity no partiality seems to reign. Paris inspired, each garment depicts such distinction and individuality that it reigns supreme in a world of its own. Therefore in seeking the apparel you most favor you are assured that your choice will be fashion-right if selections are made in our apparel shop. t ' In The Juvenile EASTER PROMENADE Children's Smart K Apparel Will Be Seen. Of course Bunnies, Chicks and the usual fanciful tinted grgs are- vital in the life of a child on Easter morning, yet there is a fascination for cTiarming apparel which has been developed by the smarter more distinctive styles to be had for the juvenile ases- Today, mothers may be as' fastidious in ; the choice of the younger, misses p.arraents as she is i her. own, in our children's shop. The Easter Rabbits Have Come The Cunhingest Colored E.ister Baskets Easter Rabbits 7c 10c 15c ZINN'S MAIN FLOOR mm Featuring Real Values in CAT $19.75 $29.50 For Women and Misses , Presenting all that is new and most fashionable in coats for all occasions. Discriminating women are sure to find here the smartest , in fashions arid the utmost in values. -x 'i Sport coats, tailored wrap, dressy model, fur or self trimmed. Flare or mannish styles. Capes and wrappy styles in all the new and wanted shades. Smart lew Dresses for Spring Style and economy are perfectly united In this sale of distinctive frockS. Developed In colorful spring- shades of Satins, Crepe Elizabeth, Jacquard Crepe, Canton Crepes and other dainty silk materials. $14.95, $19.75, $25.00 THE STORE THAT KUP3 PRICES DOWN 110 M.TIllHDjSXJrfESTSJS SEE THE NEW MANNISH HAIR LINE SUITS k i a i i In! m m 1 'I -a I 1 1 i 1 i PHONE 25

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