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Image 5 of The Kentucky Kernel, April 9, 1920

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page THE ADMISSION BEN ALI THEATRE Adults, 27c, plus 3c War Tax, Total 30c.; Children, For the Best Pictures and the Best Among tho girls week-en- who the Bpont at homo wero Mary d Downing, Louisville; Elizabeth Blanche Van Hook, Frances Jennings, Lois Fisher, Thompson Van Dercn, and Frances Kimbrough, 'Elizabeth Jessie Frye Moore, Gertrude Walling-ford- , Elizabeth Weller, Cynthiana; Shepardsvillo; Annabel Hall, Frances Marsh, Carlislo Chenault, Margaret and Lucy Smith, Maysville; Edna Snapp, Evelyn Friedman, Paris; Esther Harris, Taylorsville; Margaret Harbison, Margaret Bird, Shelbyvillo; Alma Hutchens, Edith Alexander, Katherlne Megibben, Cynthiana; lima Thorp, Owensboro; Hallie Kay Frye, Waddy; Irene and Josephine Evans, Lebanon; Henrietta Rogers, Danville; Henrietta Bedford, Winchester; Sue Boardman, Paris; Grace .Maxwell, Thompson; Myrtle Harrod, Gudgel, Audra Guthrie, Margaret Frankfort; Lucille Rice, Waco; Rachel Logan, Bedford; Virginia Shanklln, Nepton, and Elsie Rache, Newport. Miss Marian McArthur, of Winchester, a former student at the University, spent a few days last week with Margaret Smith. Mrs. C. H. Moore, of Hickman, with her daughspent last week-enter, Anna Russell Moore. (Miss Lucille Browning, of Falmouth, guest of Fannie was the week-en- 1Sc, PHONES 18543680 DAY AND NIQHT SERVICE (Incorporated) PHOENIX HOTEL LOBBY KENTUCKY LEXINGTON, P. B. Robards AND CIVIL ENGINEERS MECHANICAL COLLEGE BOY'S TAILOR WILL FIND A COMPLETE STOCK OF AND MATERIAL DRAWING INSTRUMENTS SUITS PRESSED VEACH'S OFF. 120 N. UPPER 112 South Lime Phono H Your Shoe Repairing Done The Rightway We are thoroughly equipped to give the best service possible lowest prices. We also carry a stock of Men's High-grad- at CANDYLAND CANDIES HOME-MAD- E N. LEVY, Manager Street FANCY BOXES OF ALL ENDS HOT DRINKS STRICTLY SANITARY EVERYBODY EATS AT UNCLE CHARLIE'S DR. J. T. SLATON DR. M. D. SLATON TEETH DRS. SLATON & SLATON at L. H. BELL DENTISTS Phono Lexington, Ky. SS4-- 117 GHMAP8I01 THE COLLEGE FRUIT STORE We cater to college patron FRUITS, CANDIES, CIGARS AND TOBACCOS No. 154 South Limestone For. Street PHONE WAN" 115 FOUNTAN PENS ABOVE ALL ORATED For Chapped Hands and Rough Skin WITCH-HAZE- nati. The College Girl MISS AMERICA MIDDY SUITS AND MIDDY BLOUSES CASSELL'S PHARMACY d week-en- Phoenix Block. Shoes. e SHOE STORE RIGHTWAY 114 North Limestone Greenfield 1255 South Limestone guaranteed. Satisfaction Cincinnati. Lucy Holt and Maud Asbury spent in Midway. the week-enElizabeth Davidson and Sal Henri Coleman spent last week In Cincinspent the Lexington, Ky. 1SSS-- Travelling Bags and Sample Suit Cases at Special Prices. Midway. Lucy Cracraft CENTS LEAF BOOKS FOUNTAIN PENS, STATIONERY, LOOSE cident. James Roystcr, of Danville, spent Easter Sunday with his sister, Mary Jloyster. Alberta Wilson spent a few days of last week as the guest of her aunt in SO ALL WORK GUARANTIED ALTERATIONS A SPECIALTY courthouse 41JS AND PRESSED SUITS AT d Easter CARS FOR TOUR IN CITY RATES 10 CENTS HAY HARDWARE CO. Heller. Emma Lee Young spent the weekend with Annabel" Hall at her home in Maysville. Willette Gore, of Bloomfleld, was the week-end guest of Wilma Brown. Margaret Woll and Martha Pollitt with Margaret spent the week-enBird at her home in Shelbyvllle. Louise Connell has returned to the University after several weeks at her home In Paris as the result of an acHammond spent 2c War Tax, Total 20e. (laeorpo rated) Nothing aids the natural ability of a team more than outfits of unquestioned quality. We carry a complete line of A. J. Reach & Sons sporting goods. d Affie slut Phoenix Taxi Cab Co. SPORTING GOODS HALL NOTES PUTT Easter H)) Goto Music r IN BEAUTY L CHARM VALUE d ). at Midway. Miss Mary Agnes Cox, of Madison-villguest of Opal web the week-enCox. Mr. John Clar, of Louisville, spent Easter with his daughter, Myrtle Clar. at Katie iHenry Bpent the week-enhome in Carlisle. ;Maysvllle and at her ' Virginia Griffith spent a few days d d of last week with her brother nessee. Sara Metcalfd Piper spent the weekend with Margaret Smith at her home in Ten- SNAPPY STYLES THAT COLLEGE MEN LIKE AT SPECIAL PRICES Elizabeth .Marshall spent the weekend with Elizabeth and Frances Kimbrough at their home in Cynthiana. Ruth Kelley, Kitty Conroy, and Irene McNamara spent the week-en. IjU'v fatfthelnkouiei iu.Mt. Sterllug. Purcell Co. (neMAimai) MADE-TO-MEASU- DANCING We welcome you college men to our new store at 114 North Limestone. Come in and let's get acquainted. We are showing a specially snappy line of all wool patterns as well aa a good variety Suits and Overcoats in distinctive stylos. Special of ready-mad- e prices to college men. Every Thursday Night, 8:30 to 12. . Music by LEVIN BROTHERS in Maysville. Lucille Moore and Elizabeth Cook guests of their were the week-enaunt, Mrs. Charles A. Moore, of Louis-ylll- Do UNIVERSITY JAZZ ORCHESTRA MERCHANT TAILORS AND CLOTHIERS Classes Every Tuesday Night, 8 to 10:30, Also Saturday 114 North Limestone JOE LEVIN, Designer Afternoon 3 to 5. CADEN DRUG CO. PRIVATE LESSONS BY APPOINTMENT. PHARMACISTS MRS. LAMBERT LBXINSTON, KY. 40K - oth Phones STATIONBRY- - SANDIEt 1S1 Phone 3524-- Y. Over Woman's Exchange (