Anna Wnllis, and Miss
Wallls, of Lexington.
Thomas L. Illlcy spent last
Margaret Cundlfl visited
friends and relatives In Somerset
last week-en- d
Mr. George Robertson, of Atlanta,
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C. R. CLEM
The days, that fleeting fast
Bring sun and rain nnd snow,
Could they recall the past,
Would you know
ular athlete there. He Is a member
of Phi Kappa Tau fraternity.
They will be at home In Science
Hill. Ky.. after a short wedding
trip, where both are members of
the high school faculty.
Smith and Corona Typewriters
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The beautiful wedding of Miss
Martha Jane Foster to Mr. Lawrence C. Sullivan of Russell Springs,
was an event of August 18, at the
home of the bride's uncle and aunt,
Professor and Mrs. Edward Saxon,
on Castlewood Drive.
The bride was lovely In a gown of
white tulle over ivory satin, and
wore a wedding veil which had been
her paternal grandmother's.
bouquet was of ascension lilies. She
Transylwas a popular student at
vania University, being very talented in dramatics.
Mi1. Sullivan has been taking special work at the University during
the Summer Session, and recently
was appointed principal of the
High school, where his wife
has been a member of the faculty
for the last two years.
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SUMMER SCHOOL COMMENCEMENT
Everything in the House Drastically Reduced
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have been received:
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Penn
announce the marriage of their
Mr. George William Scott
at Louisville, Ky.
Wednesday, August thirteenth
nineteen hundred thirty
Both Mr. and Mrs. Scott were stu-- I
dents at the University, and are well
known on the campus. They plan
to make their home in Lexington.
Thp wnddincr ceremonv of Miss
Marjorie Kimbell of Frankfort, Ky.,
to Mr. Edward Batts of Port Royal,
was solemnized Saturday afternoon
at the home of Rev. C. L. Piatt, in
The attendants were Miss Irene
Fannin and Mr. Walter Kimbell,
brother of the bride.
Mrs. Batts is a graduate of the
University, and was a member of
Mortar Board, senior women's honorary, and Phi Beta Kappa, national scholastic fraternity.
Mr. Batts Is a graduate of Transylvania University, and was a pop
SODA FOUNTAIN HOURS:
8:00 A. M.
Mr. nnd Mrs. H. L. Harlcson. of
Stone, Ky., announce the birth of a
son, August 14, at St. Josephs hos
Could life but hold one hour-O- ne
hour of madness 'ncath a silver pital.
Both Mr. ana Mrs. tiancson are
From ways as separate as the winds graduates of the University In the
class of 1924. Before her marriage
Would you not ask for that lost Mrs. Harlcson was Miss Kathcrlne
hour of June,
A tiiimhor of
Although your heart seems crushed of Alpha XI Delta sorority, met last
Beneath the mighty burden of Its week for luncneon ai me urcen
When night In silence hushed
Thnso nrescnt were Mrs. Leslie
Brings memory, I still believe you Jones, of New York; Mrs. Bower
Broaddus, of Muskogee, Okla.; Mrs.
A yearning for romance and love of J. G. Tomlln, of Cincinnati; Miss
Vila Hamilton, of Wnshlnnton. . C:
Miss Lula Blakely, of Bcattyville;
ROBERT GRAY, in "Letters."
Miss zereiaa noiann, oi Kicnmona,
Ky.; Mrs. S. E. DeLong, Mrs. C. C.
Alice Claire Catran
Haley, Miss Mary venabie, Miss
Mf. and Mrs.
have named their daughter, born
August C at the Good Samaritan
hospital, Alice Claire, for her two
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Special Rental Rates to Students
ter, former University students who
were In Lexington two weeks ago,
hnve taken a cottage nt Virginia
Bench. Vn for a month. They will
then return to Hampton Roads, Vn.,
where Lieut Hester Is stationed.
MtSS I'AZFX nAUCOM, Editor
Phnnn Atlil.inrf IfHi--
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H. M. DAVIS, Prop.
Oa., was a guest at the Sigma Nu
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Lieut. James Hester and Mrs. Hes-
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