THE KENTUCKY KERNEL
Published By And For University Alumni
And Help the Association
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Shoe Artisans With a Reputation
ON S. LDIE OFF MAIN
This is the seventh year that he
has been an active member of the
He has been
I ITAITIWI n ATT1TV large number this letters mailed out of alumni association.
principal of the Athens High school
the University of Kentuckyliving in for six years.
Lexington. Tho'letters were personal
Carolyn Frances Lutkeraeir, B. S.
Football Men Are Guests of letters asking that dues for this year
Naturally the letter
Honor at Luncheon Saturday be paid. for only those who had was 1916, has a perfect record as an alumnot nae. She has been active in the assointended
PRESIDENT James Park, '15
December 2; Fifty Attend
"Where College Men Go"
paid their dues for this year. Owing ciation every year since her graduaAffair
to a mistake in addressing the letters tion. She is teaching home economics
117 E. HIGH ST.
H. M. DAVIS, Prop.
several were sent to those Lexington
High school. Her
Mrs. Rodes Estill, .'21
ARE ELECTED alumni who had already paid dues in the FrankfortLewis street, FrankOFFICERS
address is 419
for this year. In this office we have
memThe Lexington Alumni Club of the been forced, from lack of funds, to fort, Ky. She also is an active
Raymond L. Kirk, '24
SECRETARY-TREASUREUniversity of Kentucky held its first use student help this year and conse ber of the Frankfort Alumni Club.
luncheon of the year last Saturday quently for the most part those who
at the Lafayette, hotel and its mem- assist are not well acquainted with Arthur J. Rankin, B. C. E. 1916, has
bers were hosts to the football squad, the work. When these letters were moved from New Orleans to Millsap,
and the coaching staff of the Univer- addressed the student engaged in the Tex., where he is a civil engineer.
George H. Wilson, '04
Walter Hillenmeyer, '11
sity of Kentucky. This luncheon, in work failed to distinguish all of those
"Dr. E. C. Elliott, '02
Wayland Rhodes, '15
honor of the football men, is an an- alumni "who already had paid their
J. E. Torrence, LL. B. 1916, has
nual event and is held each year on dues. This accounts for the letters to just sent in a check for his dues for
Wm. H. Townsead, 12
W. C. Wilson, '13
the first Saturday after Thanksgiving. those already paid up. We wish to this year. This is the third consecu
In the years gone by it was tho cus apologize to these alumni and assure tive year that he has been an active
tom to entertain only the senior mem them that it was purely a mistake. member "of the association.
bers of the teanrbut this year the list If you already are receiving The Ker- mayor of Eau Gallie, Fla., where he
was extended to include the entire nel please ignore the letter. If you went in 1925. He still is engaged in
WEST SHORT ST.
There were about fifty pres- have not received proper credit for the practice of law.
In another column on this page will be found
ent at the luncheon.
your dues, The Kernel would not
editorial which appeared in the Lexington Herald of Saturday,
Miss Marguerite McLaughlin, pres- come to you each week.
Jessie Acker, B. S. 1915, tells us
This editorial deals with the progress of the UniDecember 2.
ident of the Lexington Alumni Club,
that she has moved from Bethany
College, at Bethany, W. Va., to Den
presided at the meeting and presented
versity of Tennessee within the past few years.
Pres. James Park of the International this year from Hickman where she ton, Tex., where she is teaching in
is a comparison drawn between that institution and the UniverAssociation who was the only speaker. taught in the high school last year. the Texas Stafte Teachers College.
sity of Kentucky. In recent years the legislative bodies of TenPresident Park made a brief and in- Her address is Box 503, Princeton, W. This college is the largest of the
nessee have appropriated large sums for the expansion of their
teresting talk to the members of the Va.
eight teacher's colleges in Texas and
The appropriations have been so large that adeuniversity.
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squad and voiced the appreciation of
one of the largest in the United
quate buildings and equipment have been added to care for
the alumni, students and friends of
Jean B. Slater, B. S. M. E. 1923, is States. Her address is Box 344 T. C.
an approximate increase of 400 per cent enrollment.
the university, for the showing the another member of this class who is Station, Denton, Texas.
points out that private citizens have been awakened to the growteam made this year. He stated that a candidate for the roll of honor. He
university in so far as to make
the season has a perfect record as an alumnus.
no alumnus considered
ing importance of a great state
Edgar E. Johnson, B. M. E. 1914, is
anything but a success when Centre He is with the Alberger Heater Com another alumnus who has a prominent
large contributions and bequests to the University of
told the coaching pany of Buffalo, N. Y., and has been place on
was defeated. He
All Points in the
While the editorial does not go so far as to state just why
staff that for the first time in his with this concern since his gradua- He has been active in the association
NORTH, EAST, SOUTH
years of association with the uni- tion. His address is 149 Highland each year since his graduation. He is
the increased interest has been manifested in the University of
versity there had been a maximum avenue. Buffalo.
Tennessee, it is easy for us who are in touch with the life of a
a sales engineer for the Buffalo Forge
Cincinnati, New Orleans, Jacksonville, The Caroliaas
of praise for them and a minimum of
Company and his address is 200 Lor-in- g
state maintained university to see where the stimulus originated!
and St. Loals
avenue, Buffalo, N. Y. He was
Roy H. Farmer, B. S.'l921, is a
It goes without saying that the alumni of the University of
At the close of the meeting the an farmer and is living in Midway, Ky. married in 1919 to Miss Frances
Tennessee are largely responsible for this increase in interest
nual election of officers was held and He was married to Miss Louise MarConvenient Schedules to All Points
It goes without saying that the
throughout the entire state.
the incumbent officers were
vin in 1923.
given widespread publicity to the needs of their
for another year. These officers are:
Mr. and Msr. W. C. Wilson, who
For Tickets, Reservations, Descriptive Literature and
alma mater and that they have advertised the fact that the
Marguerite McLaughlin, president;
Marie Rodes Barkley, B. S. 1920, both are members of the class of 1913
Information, Communicate With
University must grow and expand each year in order that it be
W. Viley McFerran, vice president; has to her credit a perfect
record ever and were graduated with the degree
CHAS. F. BIGELOW
able to take care of the youth of that state and keep pace with
Helen King, treasurer, and W. C. since graduation and this year we of A. B., have sent in their dues for
W. R. CLINKINBEARD
Brown, secretary. It was decided at have placed her on our roll of honor. the year. Since they are so well
Division Passenger Agent
the other institutions of the South.
City Ticket Agent
the meeting that a similar luncheon She is teaching home economics in the known to all alumni we will say only
118 East Main Street, Lexington, Ky.
past few years, out of hundreds of thousands
be held for the members of the bas- College of Agriculture of the Uni- that they-st- ill
live at 235 South Limeof dollars spent in new buildings for the state maintained schools
ketball team and that the Lexington versity of Kentucky. Her address is stone street and that "W. C." still is
club assist in entertaining the visiting 737 South Limestone, Lexington.
and colleges in Kentucky, the University of Kentucky has failed
commissioner of public works for
high school athletes next spring durr
to receive its proportionate part So far the people of Kentucky
ing the State High School Basketball
have not been awakened to the importance of the University of
Gilbert Frankel, B S. M. E. 1919,
Kentucky. They have not been fully informed as to its services
Thomas Jefferson Lee, LL. B. 1912,
is assistant to the chief engineer for
services which go far beyond the actual-givi- ng
to the commonwealth
the Buffalo Forge Company, of Bu is still living, in Merigold, Miss.,
falo, N. Y. He has an almost per where he is an attorney. He recent
of instruction and higher education to the students who
feet record as an alumnus missing ly sent in his check for dues for this
come to the campus.
only one year since his graduation. year, making him an active member
The University of Tennessee student body has grown from
He is living at 567 Delaware avenue, for three years running after being
During the. same time
inactive for some time.
756 students in 1919 to 3,000 this year.
Fred A. Engle, A. B. 1923, Is teach- Apartment 18, Buffalo, N. Y.
ing biology in the Winchester High
the enrollment of the University of Kentucky has reached 2,500
Benjamin D. Wilson, B. S. 1909,
school at Winchester, Ky. His adCharles Lee Morgan, B. S. 1918, is
with more than 1,000 in 1919.
dress has been changed to 352 Boone another who is on our roll of honor. this year will round out 14 years as
avenue. This is his fifth year as an He has been an active and paid up an active member of the alumni as
There is not a single alumnus in Kentucky who would not
He has been a member
alumnus, and each year he has been alumnus every year since his grad sociation.
some influence with his senator or representative if he
paid up and active. He is another uation. He is an associate professor since before 1914 and has a place on
but took the time to talk to him or write him a letter. A simple
candidate for our roll of honor.
in animal husbandry, in the the Clem our roll of honor. He is professor
and clear explanation of the University of Kentucky, its needs
son Agricultural College at Clemson of soil technology in the department
and its manifold services, would go a long way toward getting
of agronomy of Cornell University.
Charles D. Graham, B. SM. E College, S. C.
COMPLETE LINE -for it the much needed funds. There is not one of us who would
His address is Caldwell Hall, Ithaca,
1923, is another of the younger alumnot take a great deal of pride in our alma mater if it should beY.
ni who has a perfect record in the
At Our Store
Ellis Ewen Drake, B. M. E. 1917, is N.
Let us all work
come the greatest in the South, as it should.
association. He has been active each superintendent for the Federal
we can take a part of the responsibility for
Golde Theo Lazarus, B. S. 1907,
together so that
year since his graduation. Last year
Company, of Patterson, N. J.
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now Mrs. E. Oppenheimer, is another
A little judicious publicity right now will go a
he left St. Louis and accepted a posi- This is the fifth
making it that.
year that who is on our roll of honor. She has
Heating and Ven- he has been an consecutive
tion with the York
long way when the general assembly goes into session.
active alumnus, and been an active member of the alumni
tilating Corporation, in Philadelphia, if we have our way he will continue
association since before 1914. She is
is 1502 Locust to be
Penn. His address
active from now on. He was
From Our Sttock of Useful and
street. He was married to Miss Lou married to Miss Ernestine Wood in living at 107 Francisco street, Misj
Pretty Christmas-Thing- s
girls of the neighboring state.
ise Burks, A. B. 1926, last year.
1921 and has one son, William Drake,
"The summary shows that in 1919
who is five years old. His address is
Perrin Rule, B. M. E. 1907,is genRuth Hugson, A. B. 1923, is teach- Box 1827, Patterson, N. J.
there was a total of 756 students in
eral superintendent of the Iroquois
all departments of the University of ing EnglishW. Va. high went
Steel Company, of Chicago. His adShe
William S. Moore, B. M. E. 1917, is dress is 1534 East Sixtieth street.
Tennessee. Of necessity an enlarged
sales and office manager for the Lou- Mr. Rule is another alumnus who is
Out program for the university was
isville office of the Armstrong Cork on our roll of honor. He has been an
Increased attendance made dormitory.
Advancement Made at Tenand Insulation Company. His
this necessary. The expanded facili"Kentucky will congratulate Ten- is 3023 Wentworth avenue. address active member of the association for
nessee During Past
He be- 14 years.
Next to the Postoffice on East Main
ties resulted, however, in an even nessee upon the progress which has came an active alumnus last year and
greater attendance than could have been made
at the state university. now that he is again on our records it Phillip M. Riekin, B. M. E. 1906, is
Today there are
is likely that he will remain active.
,,mm. n m. .n;.,.,
COMPARES U. K. PROGRAM nearly 3,000
another with a record that has been ayiinummimmiMHiiiimiiiimiuiiiiiini
students in the The recent The 1925 legislature are
perfect since we have been keeping
university. This does not count the inspiring.
Miss Lena M. Phillips, LL. B. 1917. an accurate record. He has been acThe Lexington Herald, of Saturday, summer session, university extension Tennessee annroDriated S315.000 to
2, carried an editorial and junior college. These figures are (he university for buildings and auth- tells us that she has moved her of- tive every year since before 1914. He
which set forth the wonderful prog- interesting in connection
with the orized short term notes to the amount fices to 233 Broadway, New York is vice president of the Equitable D. C.
of 350.000. The 1927 legislature pro City. She is an attorney and coun- Company, Inc., of Washington,
ress that has been made at the Uni- the progress which has been made at vided for $2,500,000 for building prog- sellor at law and also president of His address is Beverly Courts and he
versity of Tennessee within the past the University of Kentucky.
ress. Of this amount $500,000 a year the Business and Professional Wom- has offices in the Union Trust
was given to
It ably compares the Dr. Frankdinner whichupon the occas- will be spent beginning July 1, 1927. an's Club. She was elected to this
progress of that university with the ion of his tenth anniversary as presi- To make this program more effective, post last year.
Albert Newton Whitlock, A. B.
progress that has been made on the dent of the institution it was pointed Knox county, Tennessee, cooperated
Carl Betttngcr, B. S. 1916, is a 1906, A. M. 1908, is an attorney and
University of Kentucky campus. The out that the enrollment in actual col- in furthering these plans to the exof appropriating $300,000 chemist and pathologist and still is is a member of the firm of Murphy
editorial sets forth so clearly what lege students had increased from tent
has been done there and shows that 1,000 to 2,500 during the ten years of through a bond issue for the purchase located in Casper, Yyo. Iiis address and Whitlock, Missoula, Mont. He
has offices at 511 Montana building-- .
it is just what should be done here his leadership. Had it been possible of property connecting the units of is P. O. Box 446.
He has been active for several years
that we have taken the liberty to re- for the University of Kentucky to the present campus. The program
Armiel Carmen, B. S. 1916, is prin- and never has been inactive for long
for n?w buildings at Knoxville plans
print it here.
have instituted a building program the additional building of a boys' dor- cipal of the Athens High school and during the time since he was
"A copy of the 'New Building Pro- similar to that in progress at the
gram' of the University of Tennessee University of Tennessee it would not mitory, a gymnasium and auditorium his address is R. F. D. 9, Lexington,
building, a new administration buildRecord has just been received.
This be surprising if the enrollment of the
periodical publication of the Univer- actual students at the University of ing, a new additional girls' dormitory,
a new public library, a college of edusity of Tennessee outlines the recent Kentucky would not now be 5,000.
cation building, a new engineering
developments in the expansion pro"The University of Tennessee, dur- building, a biology building and a
gram of the University of Kentucky's ing the
is, your grade when class work and " perperiod from 1925 to science building.
gonals " are typed on a Royal Portable, most
1927 has added an alumni building,
The Alumni office would appreciate it if you would send into this
"In addition to the liberal appropri"The survey also shows a remark- an anatomy building, a cafeteria, a
modern of lightweight writing machines.
office addresses of any of the graduates listed below.
able increase in the magnitude of central heating plant, a home econom ations of the Tennessee legislature
Nowadays long-han- d
writing is quaint as a
and the funds raised by Knox county,
service which the University of Ten- ic building, a practice house, a junior
John Emerson Hestand, '00.
celluloid collar Royal-type- d
means easy to
is performing for the boys and college, a law college and a girls' Tennessee, the citizens of Martin and
the county of Wheakley, Tenn., have
write, easy to read. Phone the Royal Repreappropriated $100,000 each for the
sentative to show you the new color compurchase of property in connection Gibson Walker Taylor, '01
binations of the Royal Portable ask him
with the junior college. Under the
about the pleasant plan of gradual payments.
SEND 'EM IN FOLKS!
terms of a will of a Knoxville woman,
$25,000 was received by the university and a deed of gift to the city of Mary Wickliffe Austin, '02 (Mrs. Francis'Harrison Ellis)
Tennessee, a man and wife gave
Enclosed find check for ?3.00 for Alumni Dues for 1927-2worth of property to the university for use as an experimental farm. Flemen Coffee Taylor, '02
The alumni also raised $50,000 not
long since for the purchase of certain
property as a World War memorial.
"To Kcntuckians it should be most Leola Ditto, '02 (Mrs. Guthrie Chilton)
interesting to learn of the steps Tennessee has taken. The progress which
Address for sending Kernel.
has been made at the University of Clarence Albert Galloway, '03
Kentucky during recent years has
"Six new buildings have been added John Ralph Lancaster, '03
but only two of these have been added
through the means of state appropriTRANSYLVANIA
ation. At least Tennessee is making
a progress in higher education which Charles Leon Peckinpaugh, '03
challenges the interest and admiration
108 North Upper
of the entire South and which will
strengthen the citizenship of the Ten- Helen Louise Jeager, '04 (Mrs. Carl G. Ramsdell)
nessee of the future."
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