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Image 3 of The Kentucky Kernel, April 2, 1920

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THE KENTUCKY KERNEL PAGE 8 "OVERTONES" IS FIRST KODAK ALBUMS 50 Cents ot $8.00. PENNANTS $1.00 and up. Production Marks Beginning of Community Drama Clever The formal opening of the Campus Playhouse, marking the beginning of community drama in Lexington, was celebrated with great success on the evening of March 25, when a program consisting of enthusiastic speeches and an Alice Gcrstenberg's attractive t play, "Overtones," presented by members of Professor Farquhar's class in dramatic production, was given. Season tickets were on sale for the performances which will take place, according to the present plan, each week throughout April and May. The capacity of the Campus Playhouse (Is 110 and 101 tickets were sold on the spot. The programs to be presented will consist of plays, music, and dancing and will be put on by groups of Lexington, Transylvania and University folk. Representatives of these groups gave enthusiastic talks outlining their plans and expressing great Interest in the work to be done. Mrs. Matt Savage Walton, a charming and talented speaker, gave a delightful little talk dn behalf of a neighborhood club which expects to give a play. Mr. Sam Walton represented the business men of the city. Mr. Edward Saxon Miss Connelly, from Transylvania, from Hamilton, Dean P. P. Boyd and Professor Farquhar, of the University gave short discussions of the Little Theater movement. The cast of "Overtones' was: Virginia Throckmorton Harriet Margaret Carlisle Chenault Lucile Moore Hetty Maggie Elizabeth Brown The following tentative program of performances to be produced has been made: April 12, 14 Joint Owners in Spain; The Maker of Dreams. April 19, 20 The Goose; Three Rogues and a Rascal; Tradition. April 26, 27 Aesthetic Dancing. May 3, 4 Neighbors; Land of Heart's Desire. May 10, 11 The Offender; A Workhouse Ward. May 17, 18 Chinese Operetta, by the Stagecrafters. A delightful social hour was enjoyed after the program. Refreshments of punch and cakes were served. Meeting Place Orders taken for special College and Pennants and Banners. for FRATERNITY STATIONERY If we haven't your Fraternity Paper we can get it for you. University Boys COLLEGE STATIONERY, DANCE INVITATIONS, DANCE PROGRAMMES one-ac- THE 80NG OF NATURE. Down Toivn MEMORY BOOKS $4.50. LITTLE THEATRE PLAY Open Until 8 P. M. Every Evening High Class SENIORS, ATTENTION! Please leave your order now for Caps and Gowns, also engraved cards. Haberdashery College Boys Styles in Our Special Designed Clothes universlig Book store Basement Main Building. DOBBS FIFTH AVENUE HATS MANHATTAN SHIRTS 233 West Short St. Most Complete Assortment of Silk Shirts We Earnestly Solicit Your Patronage Geddes & Lttigart Mammoih Garage Co. Phoenix Block GEO. GEDDES (Incorporated) GENE SULLIVAN "Let's Get Acquainted" Studebaker Automobiles That Good Gulf Gasoline and Supreme Auto Oils Ours is the Quality Shop The finest and most complete exclusively retail 'Optical establishment anywhere in the South. A faithful and accurate Optical Service in all its branches. EYES examined by an Optometrist intimately familiar with the moat Intricate problems of refraction. The grinding of the lenses, the expert fitting and all other details are accomplished within our establishment. WE FEATURE ONE DAY SERVICE Fayette Optical Shop 313-31- W. Main St. 5 Everything for the Automobile Dick Webb, President. East Main Street. Ah, sing me a song of the trees, Naught equals the voices of these, As I kneel in the wood, They are best of the good, And the face of my Maker I sees! R. F. PETERS. ODENBAUGH, Optometrist & MURRAY PRINTING 0. COLLEGE STATIONERY GRADDY-RYA- N ENGRAVING CO. AND Incorporated DIE STAMPING My handclasp Is friendly and true, The spirit of God swells and moves In all living things that I love, My religion is pure, 'Tis solemn and sure, For Nature's creeds come from above, Lexington, Ky. Phone 3972 H. CLAY WELSH (Reprinted from Lexington Leader.) I dwell in the fields of the earth, A 'satisfied minion of mirth, The songs that I sing Have a lyrical swing. That gives the whole world a new birth. It gives every man his just due As thru life it goes, Not a stranger it knows I extend it, my comrade, to you. GEO. LUGIART THE COLLEGE BOYS' STORE FRAT and DANCE PROGRAMS Clothing, Furnishings, Hats, Shoes and Tailoring DE LUXE Ladies' and Gents' Tailors 124-12- Pianos Player Pianos Columbia Orafonolas Aeollan-Vocalio- uiWInf, Imi Piter PHmm PHONE 592 Established 1899 KY. Records Musical InstruMtJut 4Player Roll Sheet Mttsk Everything Pertaining to Music Moving, Tuning, Repairing and Refinishing Piano a Specialty Competent Home Tailon Mk 4 Treat n LEXINGTON, The E. C. Christian Music Co. P. ANQELUCCI UftlM N. LIMESTONE 1 177S-205-20- 7 East Main Lexington, Ky.