THE KENTUCKY RUtKIL
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ment of their daughter, Asca, to Mr.
Mllblirn Tayldr, of Bcnhftm. The
wedding Is planned for August 27
at the home of the bride-elec- t.
The engagement Was announced
at a dinner bridge party given the
by her mother. Miss
Hart was dietician of the Young
Women's" Christian Association In
Lexington last year and made many
friends during her stay hCre.
Mr. Taylor Is working on his master's degree at the University this
summer. He Is the conch and principal of the high school at Ben-hawhere the young couple plan
to live. Mr. Taylor left Thursday
Announcement has been made of
the engagement of Miss Isobel Taylor and Mr. Addison Yeaman, both
students at the University two years
ago'. The wedding1 Is planned for
early fall at tho home of the bride-ele- ct
Miss Taylor was a member of
Kappa Kappa Qamma sorority and
Mr. Yeaman was a member of the
Phi Delta Thcta fraternity. He was
at one time director of Strollers,
dramatic organization on the cam
pus, and was elected president of
the group before leaving the Uni
versity. He attended Columbia University last year.
Ill, She plans to return home In two
Miss Hazel Baucom motored to
Mammoth Cave Tuesday and spent
two days there.
A DOLLAR DINNER
served ever evening out doors at
the Green Tree Te Room Mala,
opposite Kentucky Theatre.
Miss Martha Minlhan left the
first of the week for a motor trip to
Washington, D. C where she will
be the guest of Mr. and Mrs.
Fried Chicken Dinner
Mr. Hugh Ellis, of Buechell, was
the guest of Mr. James Shropshire
delightful place for sandwiches, last week end, and returned to his
tea and Ices at the Gree Tree. home Monday.
A,, group., of University students Main street opposite the Kentucky
enjoyed a camping party at Idle-wil- d, Theatre.
Mr. and Mrs. William Orote, of
Clifton, last week end. Miss
Vanceburg, were the guests over the
Elizabeth OreathoUse chaneroned
week end of Mr. Don orote.
the camp, which was attended by
Miss Mary Armstrong Is recoverMisses Lulu Combs, Frances Bas-ke- tt,
Mr. John Bullock, who visited
Mary J. Sharpe, Nancy Jones, ing from scarlet fever, an illness friends In Lexington last week, has
Frances Loughridge and Avery Hall; of several weeks.
returned to ills home in Covington.
Messrs. Frank Davidson, Sam Man-le- y,
Miss Sherley Orlef, of Elizabeth-tow- n,
Layman, Vernon Great-hous- e,
Is visiting friends In LexingBob Thompson and James
Music, Stage and
THE GREEN TREE
Lancheon Tea Dinner
Miss Agnes Forman Is the guest
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Mr. and Mrs. A .M. Hart, of Over- - of Mr and Mrs. W. H. Avery, and
brook, Kas., announce the engage Miss Virginia Avery, In Evanston, duce modern Germany, where the
plot is laid.
"Last of Mrs. Cheyney" Coming
After Norma Shearer's hit as the
star of "The Trial of Mary Dugan,"
she was given the much coveted tiNow Is the time to have your furnace cleaned and repaired, and
tle role of the famous stage success,
made ready for use. We repair all makes of f arnaces. We also repair
"The Last of Mrs. Cheyney," which
is coming to the Strand Sunday.
all kinds of roofs slate, tin and composition. AU work guaranteed.
This extremely witty and fast mov
ing drama is from the pen of Frederick Lonsdale, noted British play105 W. HIGH
Basil Rathbone, Cyril Chadwlck
and George Barraud handle the
male parts parts adeptly, while
Hedda Hopper gives a good performance, as does our old favorite,
George K. Arthur.
Dialogue Is done exceedingly well
as are the screen shots. Sidney
Franklin deserves much credit for
his able directing.
Ben AH The versatile Laura La
Plante and reliable Nell Hamilton
in "The Love Trap," which has an
Two-PIeCleaned and Pressed $1.60
antiquated plot but worth seeing
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Buddy Rogers and
Mary Brian In a "deah, deah" romance of the old South as popularly sentimentalized, "River of RoEAT AT
Strand Eleanor Boardman conCHICKEN CROQUETTES
HOME MADE PIES
tinues In "She Goese to War,"
which has drawn good crowds all
week. You should see it too.
Mr. Rod Keeney was the guest of
Lester Witherspoon at the Sigma
Nu house this past week.
Accentuated in these
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Cleaning and Pressing
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The smartest and daintiest modes of any season . . . Styles that are
In Brown Suede
OVER 50 STYLES
Famous for Our Chocolate Fudge Cakes
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Dainty Short Vamps
Engravings, Typewriters, Notebooks,
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Transylvania Printing Co.
Students Go Hungry
At End of Week Is
Found by Professor
MADISON, Wis. There are lean
days and fat days for the college
.One, day he eats and another he
Hoesujt'eat itY dlk Anyjhow.-Pro- f.
Tax V the TJwwYslty jof Wisconsin, found out 'that' Thursdays and
Fridps .are." fte" leajiet. days, tor ihe
restsurajfy pwaeis, :bejrig tif ena of
the week and ne'areV thVend ol the
Satjirdajs and. Sunday, for different reasons, are the "peak" days
in the restaurant business, according to Fox. Football games, other
athletic activities and dates are the
reason for the heavy eating over the
Here again as every college lad
will witness, women are the cause
of more; trouble. "Dates" usually order meals priced above the average,
according to Fox, which mounts the
toll Invested in victuals
to a large sum and forces the average" student to stint his food consumption for the remainder of the
SOLIEL and FELT or
especially youthful Fall fashion whose
sportive zest will infallibly appeal to young
college women. . . Shown in snucuh assured
Smart small woven bags in plaid and stripe
effects with contrasting leather trim. . . Snake
grain bags in light tan mottled with darker
tan. . . Bright imorted raffia bags with honey
colored shell mountings. .
Good Rooms for the Fall Term
The Modes for Fall
During the rush and confusion of getting registered it is hard to make a wise choice of your rooming house; so take this
list home with you and make your selection this summer.
ROOMS and BOARD
Fashion decrees genuine Lizard shoes
for Fall; also black and dark shades
in kidskin, suedes and perennial patent. We have them now always before they become
Pleasant, homelike rooms for students
the 'street from University
GOOD DOUBLE ROOMS
2Meals per day
$5.00 per week
3 Meals per day
Rowdies not wanted
4 double room
$6.00 per week
1 single room
W. F. PORTER
Mrs. Nannie Shearer
344 Harrison Avenue
For Older Students or
No "Rowdies" Need Apply
5 double rooms
Also single rooms
a boarding house
soon like to call us "Home."
4 double rooms
$5 and $6
smart in mater-
ials, original in v
design, sound in taste. May we add,
whether you intend to buy now or
later or elsewhere you'll be equally welcome.
MRS. ROBT. BLACKBURN
We are more than
MRS. DORA HURST
395 S. Llnie
204 E. Maxwell
MAXWELL STREET INN
336 Harrison Ave.
Brown Boot Shoppe
139 W. MAIN ST.