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KENTUCKY KERNEL PAGE TWO Alumni Are To ALUMNI PAGE Attend Urged Reunion Mrs. Ollino C. Wilson, Class Writes to Class of 1911 Editor W. C. Wilson, Alumni Secretary Assistant Editor, Helen J. Osborne Class secretaries nre busy getting with the members of their classes urging that they be present for the alumni reunion this yenr. If you hnve not written to the members of your class get busy. There Is n list of them elsewhere on this page. The following very enthusiastic letter has been sent to the members of the class of 1911 by their secretary Mrs. R. C. Wilson, formerly Miss Olllnc P. Crulckshank. "Class of 1911, "University of Kentucky "Dear Classmates: "Another year has passed since we left 'old State' and now we have renched our 15th anniversary. Quite old, are we not? Don't you wnnt to CALENDAR Louisville, Mny (First Saturday 1 Regular) luncheon nt 1:15, Elk's Club. Philadelphia, May (First Saturday Regular) luncheon at 1:15, Engineers Club, 1317 Spruce street. Buffalo, May 8 (Second Saturday Regular) luncheon at 1:16, Chamber of Commerce, corner of Main and Seneca streets. Chicago, May 17 (Third Monday-Reg- ular) luncheon at 12:15 Marshall Field Men's Store. (Grill Room). Lexington, Mny 29 Reunion of 1 REUNION CLASSES FOR 1926 The following is n list of the members of the classes which will hold reunions this yenr and their addresses. Drop a line to your old classmates and tell them thut you will be at the University for alumni reunion this yenr, remind them that just so many years ago you left the University "torether. and tell them you would like to see them here. 1881 University of Kentucky, Lexington, Ky. Prof. Merry L. Pence ' Ti,r,.,u tt William C. 1886 Pnlnmhin Ilnivorsitv. New York City. Bushong Building, Fort Worth, Texas. "lVfnvfMn Prewitt Marzclla-Greenu- p ' Mrs. Josepn olulu, T. H. n. ftasue iaiue a. nmuui; Ohio. n.w. 1896 Smith E. Alford 5 Locust Street, Flushing, Long Island, N. Y. James W. Carnahnn, 221 Sast 20th Street, Chicago, Illinois. Daniel M. Case Lawrcnceburg, Ky. Dr. Harry A. Davidson 660 Francis Building, Louisville, Ky. Thomas R. Dean P. O. Box 547, Miami, Oklahoma. Alice Duck 173 North Broadway, Lexington, Ky. Joel I. Lvle 750 Frelinehuysen Avenue, Newark, New Jersey. Edward C. McDowell Southern Engine and Boiler Works, Jackson, Tennessee. ' John H. Trigg Georgetown, Ky. John W. Woods 111 2 North Winchester Avenue, Ashland, Ky. . 1901 Harry P. Bassett 739 Drexel Building, Philadelphia, Penn. Henry Bewlay Imperial Electric Company, Akron, Ohio. Charlotte M. Bliss 1141 First Street, Louisville, Ky. Charles W. Bradley Gas & Electric Supply Co., Norfolk, Va. Mrs. S. R. Buchanan (Nannie Etta Butler) 139 LaFayette Avenue, Lexington, Ky. William J. Craig Nashville Blvd., Bowling Green, Ky. Frank G. Cutler 2651 Pike Avenue, Ensley Alabama. Major Albert S. Dabney Care of Staff School, Fort Leavenworth, Kans Frank Daugherty 1324 Commercial Trust Building, Philadelphia, Pa Dr. Nicholas H. Ellis, Williamstown, Ky. Dr. John W. Gilbert, Lawrenceburg, Ky. Mary L. Gordon, Alabama School for the Deaf, Talledega, Ala. George H. Hailey 108 Lyric Building, Cincinnati, Ohio. , Robert B. Hunt Florida East Coast Ry., St. Augustine, Florida. William P. Johnson Bagdad, Ky. Mrs. T. L. Richmond (Leila E. Jones) Box 411, Arlington, Calif Philip L. Kaufman Straus Bascule Bridge Company, Chicago, Illinois. Garnett R. Klein 632 Florence Avenue, Avalon, Penn. Mrs. W. S. Webb (Alleen P. Lary) Cherokee Park, Nicholasville Pike, Lexington, Ky. Dr. Drew W. Luten 519 University Club Building, St. Louis, Mo. Albert R. Marshall 300 Trust Company Building, Lexington, Ky. Frank W. Milbourn The Coe Mfg. Co., Painesvlle, Ohio. Mrs. George M. Ewell (Jamie M. Offutt) Fort Sam Houston, Texas. William Lee Pennington Y.M.C.A., Louisville, Ky. Wade II. Perkins 732 E. Colfax Street, Denver, Colorado. Mrs. Robert M. Tuttle Box 230, R. R. 2, San Leandro, California. Guy W. Rice 309 E. Gamarack Ave., Inglewood, Calif. Box 411, Arlington, California. Thomas L. Richmond Oliver M. SHedd Kentucky "Agricultural Experiment Station, Lex ington, Ky. Frank T. Siebert 414 Post Office Building, Philadelphia, Penn. Charles Treas Aberdeen Lumber Company, Aberdeen Mississippi. Prof. Wm. S. Webb Cherokee Park, Nicholasville Pike, Lexington, Ky, Perry West 13 Central Avenue, Newark, New Jersey. Ella C. Williams Senior High School, Lexington, Ky. lina. 1906 David H. Allen Allen National Bank, Edna, Texas William J. Baxter Nicholasville, Ky. Frank Bogard 507 S. Trenton Street, Ruston, La. Llewellyn C. Brown Care of Evening Independent, St. Petersburg. Fla Coleman C. Cartwright Buechul, Ky. Henry B. Darling P.O. Box 1128, Atlanta, Ga. William F. Downing, Jr., South Riverside Avenue, St. Cluir, Michigan. Robert h. Dragoo Kussellville, Indiana. Rankin P. DuValle Maxwelton Court, Lexington, Ky. George P. Edmonds 7780 Dante Avenue, Chicago, Illinois. Thomas W. Freeman 305 Capitol Apartment, Raleigh, North Caro Mrs. L. J. Parrigin (Besse E. Goggin) Paintsville, Ky. Dean Achilles C. Gough Idaho Tech. Inst., Pocatello, Idaho. w lumy j. uicgory loti aomn nuru oireei, ijOUisvilie, Ky. James C. Hamilton 121 W. Third Street, Oklahoma City, Okla. Joseph N. Harper 789 Peachtree Street, Atlanta, Ga. Prof. Charles C. Hedges A. and M. College of Texas, College Station, Texas. Roy C Hopgood 4 Thorton Way, Golders Green, N. W. 11, London, England. Mrs. Robert B. Hamilton (Katherine T. Hopson) 107 South Fullerton, Montclair, New Jersey. Mrs. Robert Graham (Lucy K. Hutchcraft) 1010 South Burey, Urbana, Illinois. Sadocie C. Jones 903 South Limestone, Lexington, Ky. Edward P. Kelly Hawesvillc, Ky. William P. Kemper Care of Highway Department, Austin, Texas. Charles P. Lancaster Box 186, Harrison, Ohio. John W. Lancaster Georgetown, Ky. Alexander T. Lewis 1502 Locust Street, Philadelphia, Penn. Byron McClelland Richmond Road, Lexington, Ky. Mrs. Abberh Krieger (Eugenia S. McCulloch) 2304 Alta Avenue, Louisville, Ky. Omar McDowell Euclid, 40th Street, Market Arcade, Cleveland, Ohio. James S. McIIargue Kentucky Agricultural Experiment Station. Lexington, Ky. Charles J. McPherson 1998 Upland Way, Philadelphia, Penn. Wallace II. Magee 534 Powell Place, Indianapolis, Indiana. Fred C. Mahan Highsplint, Ky. . vi. vj. ii miHiiia yiuHijmck itiaiiunvy dlU b, 1rUWIUrU, j. U. of K. Banquet Thursday Was Under the nblc leadership of Miss Held Last Mnrgueret McLaughlin '03, president, Great the Lexington Alumni club has accomplished much for which Its members should feel proud, It was the president who conceived the idea of giving dances in the basketball building as a form of entcrtinmcnt for locnl alumni and students nnd nt the snme time charge n nominal ndmislon. Four of these (lances have been given during the pnst two years nnd have been the means of bringing into the trensury of the Lexington Alumni club more than $1,200.00. Miss McLaughlin began to plan a Success . 1891 St., Covington, Ky. Henry S. Berry 18 N. Victor C. Muncy No. 104 West Ninth, Flat No. 15, Cincinnati, Marks, Mississippi. William R. Wallis On last Saturday evening, April 24, n dnnce wns held in the basketball building under the nuspices of the of the general association. The Kentucky Kernels furnished the music. About three hundred couples were present and as usual seemed to enjoy themselves very much. This wns the fourth of n series of dances which has been given under the direction of the locnl club. Those most active in Its arrangements were Mnrguerite McLaughlin '03, Nancy Innls '17, Mnrie Mnrklcy '20, J. White Guyn ex-'0- 4, Howell D. Spears '07, Viley nnd Reed Wilson. '10. Ky. Educational Assn. LEXINGTON ALUMNI Meeting Well Attended CLUB Hundreds of teacherH from nil parts of Kentucky nttended the meeting of the Kentucky Educational Association last week in Louisville. One of the most enjoyable parts of the program was the University of Kentucky banquet which was held in the Brown hotel, Thursday, April 22, at 6 p.m. Several thoroughly enjoyed numbers were given by the university glee club nnd quartette nnd the remainder of the program consisted of program with her ndvlsory committee the following highly appreciated If so, let me know immediately! Our and it wns decided to entertain the reunion dinner will probnbly be on season "The University of Kentucky a De- - various teams as soon as the Special Monday afternoon. Make reservations cade Ago" Joseph Roemer '04, Pro for each sport had closed. now! have been held at the La- fessor of Education nt University of I luncheonsnotel "Third: Only eleven out of 76 Plnj . for tno teams nnd have 4nyetto (living) members have paid dues for been well nttended by those who are "The University of Today" John most interested in athletics and other 1925-2What is the mntter? Has All the class of 1911 gone bankrupt? Re- Y. Brown, student in the College of phases of university life. The Suky go bnck home to Commencement? hands up, please! deem yourselves nnd send In that three Law and grndunte of Centre College. circle has also been remembered. It "The University of the Future" has become the policy of the club to "Now three things hnve prompted dollars today! Now for n pnrting word, we wnnt Dr. Frank L. McVey, President of the have nil the members of the circle, this letter nnd hero they are in numbering about fifty, and at their a Round Robin for our reunion. To University of Kentucky. order of their appearance: to present new Dr. "First: Calendar for Commence- make this it is necessary that every CollegeJ. C. T. Noe, professor in the luncheonhave been purchased sweaters by the of Education, University which member of our class send in his or her ment Lexington Through club. Alumni history since 1911. Make it snappy of Kentucky, whs the tonstmaster. "Annual Alumni Business Meeting and illustrate with snapshots. To The university nnd Alumni associa- these luncheons local alumni nnd the Saturday morning, Mny 29, have it bound it Is necessary that the tion headquarters in the Brown members of the teams and of the Suky "Class Day Exercises Saturday sheets be of bond paper and the same hotel. had Among those who registered circle are brought into close contact morning. and a better understanding and appreinches). Mail size (8 inches by 10 "Trip to Dix River Dam Saturday your letter flat to me as soon as pos- there nre the following: ciation is had of the efforts of these '85 afternoon. young men and women and the alumni. The Robin will be mailed to sible! J. C. Gordan, Walton, Ky. "Alumni Banquet at Shakertown Inn The work of the local club does not all members of the Class of 1911 after '01 Saturday night. stop with these things but, realizing' it is bound. Thus you will see how W. L. Pennington, 1923 Second the hard financial battles that the Sunday everybody looks today. Do It now! ! "Baccalaureate Sermon street, Louisville. afternoon May 30. general Alumni association has been "Hoping that everyone of you will Mon"Commencement exercises 04 having, it has donated $200.00 to the arrive in Lexington on May 29 and day, May 31. general association and has promised Nancy Belle Buford, Newcastle. expecting your letter very, very soon "Second: This is our reunion and further support. Our task would be 07 we want every member to be present T dm, as ever, Ina Kuy Smith, East Maxwell street, much easier and results far better if you come ? for Kentucky. "Your with all his family. Can't other clubs would follow the LexingLexington. W. S. Hamilton," 903 Realty Build ton club's lead. ing, Louisville. We congratulate Miss McLaughlin Street, Paris, Illinois. for the accomplishments of her club '09 Henry Ray Moore Western Electric Company, Hawthorne Station and wish to thank her and her club Miss Inez Luten, Hickman. Chicago, 111. for its assistance. P. H. Neblett, Hazard. James C. Newman 621 Maryland Avenue, Norfolk, Va. Hubert C. Carpenter ex-- , The Court James C. Nisbet Madisonville, Ky. "Please Forward." land, 'Louisville. G. M. Chosen French W, Rankin The James Seffel Co., Springfield, Ohio. '11 Owensboro Club Henry E. Read 711 Realty Building, Louisville, Ky. Frank Bruner, Whitesville. Philip M. Riefkin 816 Union Trust Building, Washington, D. C. J. O. Lewis, 520 Locust' street, Rotarians Elect U. K. Graduate Owensboro. Herman C. Robinson R.F.D. 3. Lexington, Ky. of 1916 President of Their H. A. Babbs, Mt. Sterling. James Dell Rogers 122 South Michigan avenue, Chicago, Illinois. O. E. Baird, Barlow. Organization Henry S. Scott 6422 Kenwood avenue, Chicago, Illinois. 12 Mrs. Percival Fansler (Mary E. Scott) Norton Heights, Connecticut Pedley, a Gracean McGoodwin Mrs. Cleo Gillis Hester, Lexington , Mary Scrugham Todd's Road, Lexington, Ky. A. H. Gernert ex, 1907 Deer Park, graduate of the College of AgriculTaylor street, San Francisco, Calif. (Last Frank R. Sellman 1224 ture of the university in the class, Germany. ' known address.) Miss Virginia McClure, Lexington. of 1916, now a prominent business Maxwell W. Smith Box 1019, Dayton, Ohio. man of Owensboro, was elected pres13 Harold E. Stevens P.O. Box 596, Fort Myers, Florida. ident of the Owensboro Rotary club C. H. Richardson, Georgetown. at the annual election of officers of Mary E. Sweeney 71 Ferry street, Detroit Michigan. 14 the club, Thursday, April 15. While Hugh W. Taylor Dept. of Agr., Salisbury, Rhodesia, So. Africa. John Howard Payne, Richmond. H. L. Donovan, Peabody College, a student here Mr. Pedley was a memRobert C. Terrell Box 230, Lexington. ber of Kappa Alpha, social fraternity Nashv'lle, Tenn. John B. Trice Earlington, Ky. and of Lamp and Cross, men's hon15 Mrs. Alice Volkman Kiefer (Alice Volkman) 3308 Carlisle avenue orary senior fraternity, and was promRalph R. Morgan, Louisville. Baltimore, Maryland. inent in campus activities. Miss Mary F. Marten ex, JFulton. Anna Wallis Ky Agr. Experiment Station, Lexington, Ky. After graduating from the universChas.'J. Petrie, Bowling Green. Weir) Hampton Ave., Newport 1236 Mrs. Houston Wilson (Fanny Miss Elizabeth Colegrove, Bellevue. ity, Mr. Pedley was agricultural ediNews, Va. (Last known address.) tor of the Lexington Herald for a Miss Grace A. Cruickshank, ColumShipp street, Louisville, Ky. Wylie B. Wendt-1- 00 year. Then he returned to Owensbia avenue, Lexington. 5 boro, his home town, where he was Miss Elsie Luten ex, Louisville. Montana Building, Missoila, Montana. Albert N. Whitlock managing editor of the Owensboro '16 Rodman Wiley 2313 Carolina avenue, Louisville, Ky. of Enquirer and secretary-treasurCarolyn Lutkemeier, Frankfort. Florence Wilkie Edgewood Ave., New Haven, Conn. (Last known add.) the Owensboro Poster Advertising Nata Lee Woodruff, Eminence. Horace H. Wilson 139 N. Mill street, Lexington, Ky. Company. He is now president of 17 1911 Orem LaMaster, Bedford. this company and general manager Louise L. Adams Care L. & N. R.R. Co., Louisville, Ky. of the Strand Amusement '18 . Oliver Aulick Wickenburg, Arizona. Ruth E. Mathews, So. Limestone A. Babb Mt. Sterling, Ky. Harvey street, Lexington. Charles C. Bain St. Joseph Lead Company, Bonne Terre, Mo. Russell A. Hunt, Liberty. Powell E. Barker, Catlettsburg. Elmer Weldon, Clay. Obed E. Baird Barlow, Ky. 19 C. S. Lowry, Murray. Arthur C. Ball 206 Republic Building, Louisville, Ky. Lee McClain, Bardstown. Ernest L. Beckner 1544 Ruth avenue, Cincinnati, Ohio. Kenneth R. Patterson, Mayfield. D. D. Dugan, Crab Orchard. James A. Boyd 1100 Boulevard, Miami, Florida. (Last known address.) Miss Esther W. Fertig, Louisville. '20 Jacob F. Bruner Whitesburg, Ky. Miss Rowena Ccates, Richmond. H. L. Hounchell, Bethel. Florida.' Thomas II. Burruss, Jr. P.O. Box 1146, Lakeland, L. V. Burge, Livermore. '25 John P. Campbell National Electric Service Co., Morganfield, W. Va, R. F. Peters, Cloverport. C. S. Acra, Kenton. C. R. Lisanby, Taylorsville. William T. Capers 108 West French Place, San Antonio, Texas. Miss Dorcas Lyons, Lexington. R. A. Belt, Tolu. Miss Dorothy Cooper, Lexington. Mrs. Gentry McCauley (Mattie Virginia Carey) rVersailles, Ky. '21 Mif5 Judith Yungblut, Dayton. Perry R. Cassidy 85 Liberty street, New York City. Neville Fincel, Frankfort. Miss Sara J. Cole ex- Lexington. 19 So. La Salle street, Chicago, Illinois. Minor A. Cleveland Gordie Young, Mayslick. J. H. Barnes, McHenry. Benjamin II. Collings Care Andrews Asphalt Paving Co., Halimton, O '22 Miss Louise George, Liberty. 93 Mill street, Geneva Mrs. Richard Wellington (Minerva Collins) R. E. Jagers, Richmond. H. S. Long, Crestwood. New York. Miss Laura Parrish, Lexington. Miss Louise Smathers, Mt. Sterling. G. Colson Pineville, Ky. Matison Miss Mary Esther Haggan, LexingMiss Katherine Truman, Paducah. Charles E. Daniel 101 Park Avenue, New York City. ton. Miss Mary Elizabeth Barnett, Grove Miss Margaret II. Cole, Lexington. Center. Oscar Lee Day 1513 Rockefeller Building, Cleveland, Ohio. Miss Mary Adams, Danville. Miss Mary Lee Taylor, Bowling Ernest T. Douglas 126 Stiltz avenue, Louisville, Ky. Mrs. Jere Beam (Lucy Kavanaugh), Green. Virgil L. Downing 4611 Pope street, St. Louis, Mo. C. V. Mattingly ex- Warsaw. Russellville. Wallace G. Duncan Orchard Square, Caldwell, New Jersey. 23 H. E. Netherton, Flemingsburg. George C. Dunlap Dry Ridge, Ky. Mrs. Belle Walker, Murray. Alenne Leach, Central City. Charles F. Dunn 1914 So. 9th Avenue, Maywood, Illinois. Miss Margaret Ligon, Princeton. W. B. Stallard, Catlettsburg. Harry D. Easton 304 Ardis Building, Shrevport, La: Miss Ruth Hughson, Hickman. J. II. Powell, GlasgoWj Sprigg C. Ebbert P.O. Box 592, Birmingham, Ala. Miss Kitty Conroy, Anchorage. Miss Mary Elizabeth Atkins, Bow H. V. Tempel, Lawrenceburg. Mrs. Warner M. Proctor 326 Peterson avenue, Louisville, Ky. ling Green. W. F. Coslow, Simpsonville. Miss Sarah Thorn, Greenville. John J. Fitzpatrick Apartado 51, Avenida de Miraflores, 34, Sevilla, Miss Catherine Dunne ex-- , Lexing Miss Alleen Lemons, Greenville. Spain. ton. Miss Frances F. , Coleman, LexingMcDowell A. Fogle Hartford, Ky. ton. John B. Williams, Lewisburg. John M. Foster State College Station, Raleigh, No. Carolina. Miss Helen Porter Roberts, Lexing Miss Ritchie Stevenson, Fulton. Paul Francis Pioneer Jellico Coal Co., Pioneer, Tenn. Miss Margaret Mae Todd, Lexington. Walter A. Ham Avon Lake, Ohio. '24 ton. Arthur B. Haswell P.O. Box 245, Ensley, Alabama. Miss Jean L. Smith, 140 Maxwell Turner Gregg, Louisville. Mrs. Otta Herrenkohl (Jessie F. Hibler) Care Forest Hall, Bridal street, Lexington. Miss Katherine Roberts, Lexington. Miss Gertrude Collins, Maysville. Miss Jennie Louise Stamler, Vail, Oregon. E. A. Gans, lied House. Phil Holloway Nicholasville, Ky. Wm. Edward Hudson, Lexington, Ky. (Last known address), Mrs. A. T. Ramsey Winton avenue, R.F.D. 1, Louisville, Ky. Mrs. Lee Kirkpatrick (Marion G. Johnson) Paris, Ky. me James O. Lewis 520 Locust street, Owensboro, Ky. William A. Lurtey Maysville, Ky. be Hendrix G. Lytic 3810 Swiss avenue, Dallas, Texas. , 6 p. m., May 29. Otto C. Martin Hartford, Ky. James E. Martin 24, West 83rd Street, New York City. Evert Mathis West Liberty, Ky. I also wish George B. Merchant Andrews Asphalt Paving Co., Hamilton, Ohio. to Dix Grover C, Mills 305 W. Wayne avenue, Pittsburgh, Penn. (La known address.) Dam II. Lee Moore Buffalo Forge Co., Union Trust Building, Pittsburgh, Pa. Bernard T. Moynahan Nicholasville. Floyd R. Naylor Room 1003 T. & P. Building, Dallas, Texas. 'John A. Needy 1716 Meharry street, Lafayette, Indiana. in communication Alumni In Art Department, 9:00 to 10:00 a.m. s, Lexington, Mny 20 Class Day 10:00 to 11:00 a.m. Lexington, Mny 29 Annual Alumni Little Theater, Business Meeting 11:15 a. m. Lexington, Mny 29 Alumni trip to Dix River dam, 2:00 p.m. Lexington, May 29 Alumni Banquet Shnkertown Inn, 6:00 p.m. Lexington, May 30 Bnccnulaurcate New Gymnnsium, 3:30 p.m. Sermon Lexington, May 31 Commencement 10:00 Exercises New Gymnasium, Sec-retnr- y, BUNKFIT DANCE SPONSORED BY LEXINGTON ALUMNI CLUB Pedley Is Head of Louisvule-Koenigsber- g, 511-51- -, -, plates for Please reserve at the Alumni Banquet to held at Shakertown Saturday, Inn, at to make reservations for to take the automobile trip River that afternoon. (CONTINUED NEXT WEEK)