THE KENTUCKY KERNEL
And Help (he Association
University of Kentucky Club
of Greater Cincinnati:
on the first Tuesday evening of
each month at the Industrial
Club in Covington, located at
Tike and Madison streets. The
time Is 6:30 in the evening.
University of Kentucky Club
of Chicago: Luncheon third Monday in each month at 12:30 p. m.,
In the grill room of Marshall
Field's Men's store.
Louisville Alumni Club of the
University of Kentucky:
Luncheon first Wednesday In each
month in the Grill Room of the
Brown hotel, at 12:30 p. m.
The Buffalo Alumni Club:
Luncheon on the second Saturday in each month at the Chamber of Commerce building In Buffalo. The time Is 1:30 p. ra.
Note Will the officers of other
Alumni Clubs please send us the
dates and places of their regular
Doctor Ihickncr. President of
Association. Writes Letter
Urging Members of Classes
to Return This Spring.
ALUMNI DUES ARE NOW PAYABLE
Fill out this blank and return it to the Alumni
Office with your check for $3.00. For the year 1929-3-
is P. O. Box 411.
Phillip Levy Kaufman, B. M. E.,
manager for the
Straus Bascule Bridge Company of
Chicago. He lives in Chicago where
his address is 3519 Pine Grove ave
Aleen Petie Lary, B. S., now is
Mrs. W. S. Webb and lives in Lexington, Ky., where her address is
Ulysses Grant Hatfield, B. Ped.
is principal of schools at Junction
(If a Married woman give married and ftinfle names both)
(Please indicate by cross which you want used)
Occupation aad further inforaatieii
Commander William Neal Hughes,
B. C. E., is a commander in the
United States navy. He is the officer in charge of the purchasing
division of the bureau of supplies
and accounts, U. S. Naval Depart -men, Washington, D. C.
Hubert Lee Hamphrey, B. M. .,
is a member of the firm of Marri-fiel- d
and Humphrey of Bleemfleld,
John Hunt Jackson, B. Ped., is
principal of the graded schools at
Theodore To In an Jones, A. B., is
is professor of Latin at the University of Kentucky and lives at 406
Rose Lane, Lexington, Ky.
Jeue Sherman Lawhora, B. Ped.,
Is president of Red Orainte Copper and Water Power Company. He
lives at Jenks, Okla.
SecjvTrcns. Alumni Assn.
FIRST STEP MADE
In the first column on this page
L. KIRK, 24
will be found a letter written to the
members of thirteen classes of the
University of Kentucky by Dr. G.
Davis Buckner, president of the
Wayland Rhoadcs, '15
Mrs. E. T. Troclor, '1G
which is self explanatory is the first
V. C. Wilson, '13
move in getting together these clasDr. E. C. Elliott, '02
ses for their first real reunion. OthDr. George II. Wilson, '04
Walter HMIcnmcyer, '04
er letters enlarging on the plans and
arrangements for the reunions will
follow at later dates.
There are more than 1,000 memA MESSAGE
bers in these classes and each and
every one of them is being urged
to return to the campus of the University in May for the annual
homecoming of Alumni and the
The following Is a letter which has been written by President
Commencement exercises. Hereto3uckncr, of the Alumni Association, to all the members of the
fore the homecoming Alumni held
classes to hold reunions this spring. We take the liberty to reprono specified reunions but met in
duce it here so that you may have the matter called to your at-one body and attended the exertention again. The letter follows:
cises and programs as Alumni and
nothing special was done by way of
March 10, 1929
Last year the class of 1908, of
The classes of 1869, 1874, 1879, 1884, 1889, 1894, 1899, 1904, 1909,
which Dr. Buckner is a member,
1914, 1919, 1924 and 1927 are beginning to plan their class reunions
decided to hold its twentieth reat commencement time this year, which comes the last of May.
union. Some of the interested and
This means that your class intends to have its first real reactive members began to work on
the plan and when the time for the
union this year. I feel that each member of your class owes it to
reunion came more than 50 per
the others as well as themselves, to come and see and be seen.
cent of the members returned for
The University has grown rapidly and it wili be Interesting to
the event. Letters coming to the
see the changes that have taken place since you left college. I
Alumni office from the members of
feel sure that now you will have an added pride In having been
the class of 1908, who attended the
reunion, are loud in praise of the
graduated from the University of Kentucky.,
event and all expressed pleasure in
A local committee from your class will be appointed to arrange
the reunion and an avowal of infor your class reunion and you will receive detailed information of
tention to return to the next reunthe plans as they are made.
ion which will be held in 1933.
Begin now to plan to come. Write to those who were your inThe plan of reunions has been
fully explained in previous issues of
timates in college and urge them to meet you at the University
The Kernel and by now is thorCommencement this year.
oughly understood by all the mem
Ask those who attended the 1908 class reunion last year conbers of the Alumni Association.
cerning the pleasure they had then you will surely come.
Next year the classes whose year of
The Alumni Association will do all in its power to make your
Graduation ends in 5 or o win oe
the ones to hold reunions and so on,
class reunion a great success, and the University warmly welcomes
causing each class reunion to fall
every five years.
The complete arrangements nave
not been made as yet but will be
G. DAVIS BUCKNER, '08
announced within a few weeks. It
President, University of Kentucky Alumni Association.
is already planned to have each
class attend the commencement ex
ercises in a body and sit together.
ton, Ky. Her address is 225 South There will be events planned for all
the homecoming Alumni as well as
James Asa McConathy, B. S., is special events for the members of
living in Lexington, Ky., where his the different classes.
Dr. Harry C. Matlack, ex- - is a address is 224 Clay avenue.
dentist and is practicing his proJoel Irvine Lyle, B. M. E., M. E. is 425 Virginia avenue.
fession in Cincinnati, Ohio where
Jack Stubblefield Johnson, A. B.,
his address is 19 West Seventh 1902, is a life member of the Alumni Association. He is general man- is superintendent of schools for the
ager of the Carrier Engineering Cor- United States Steel Corporation in
- is teachRichard M. Millard, exporation of Newark, N. J. He lives in Lynch, Ky. He lives at the Lynch
ing in the public schools of
Plainfleld, N. J., where his address hotel.
Jean Miller, ex- - is with the Green is 1200 West Seventh street.
Leila May Graves, B. S., now is
Tree Shops, Lexington, Ky., and
Robert Lee Gordon, A. B., A. M. Mrs. E. D. Young and lives in Hunther residence is 187 Market street.
Claude Logan Riley, ex- - is pres- 1898, is attorney and general man- ington, W. Va., where her address is
ident of the C. L. Riley Coal Com- ager for the Bell Pump Company of P. O. Box 906.
pany. He has offices at 1412 Fayette Bartlettsville, Okla. His address is
Minnie Lee Horton, A. B., now is
815 Johnston avenue.
Bank building, Lexington, Ky.
Mrs. Catsby Woodford Jr., and lives
ex- - is living in
Mrs. W. R. Welch,
Clara Brooks Gunn, B. S., now is in Paris, Ky.
Lexington where her address is 120 Mrs. W. A. Hifner and lives at 360
Phillip Preston Johnston, B. M. E,
South Hanover avenue.
Transylvania park, Lexington, Ky.
is a farmer and lives on the Bryant
Miss Masie Wolverton, ex- - is
Harry Herndon, B. S., Station pike, in Fayette county, near
teaching in the Lexington Senior is a physician and surgeon and is lo- Lexington, Ky.
high school and her address is 355 cated in Pineville, Ky.
Thomas Conway Kelley, B. M. E.,
Calvin Evans Hardin, B. S is an
Charles Mason Davidson, ex- - is a M. E, 1906, is a consulting engineer attorney-at-lain Leesville, La. His
junior engineer for the Illinois in Cincinnati, Ohio. He has offices address is 1401 Court House.
State Highway Commission. He is in the Second National Bank buildPclham Johnston, B. M. E.,
at present located in Peoria, 111. ing and lives at 35 Gilbert apart- M.John 1901, is an attorney-at-laE.
where his address is 614 Bryant ments, Gilbert avenue.
and has his offices in the Guaranty
Graham Hawes Kemper, M. S., is Bank and Trust building, Lexing1894
in the United States consular serv- ton, Ky.
Ulysses Anderson Garrard, B. M. ice and recently returned to the
Mr. Arthur Vane Lester, B. C. E.,
E, is a consulting engineer in New United States from Japan. He can C. E. 1916, is one of the members
York City where his address is 43 be reached by addressing him in of the firm of the Industrial BuildExchange place. His residence ad- care of the U. S. Consular Service, ing Company of Dayton, Ohio. His
street, Olive-hurs- t, Washington, D. C.
dress is 12 Twenty-fir- st
address is 757 Riebold building.
James Morrison Hays, A. B is an
David William Hammock, B. S., is
Mary Logan Gordon, A. B., is a
and is located in superintendent of schools at Olive teacher in the Alabama School for
Okmulgee, Okla., where his address Hill, Ky.
the Deaf in Talladega, Ala.
is 312 North Morton street.
Robert Browning Hamilton, B. S.,
Robert Bruce Hunt, B. M. E., is
Dr. Leornard Samuel Hughes, B. A. B. 1903, is an attorney with the a mechanical engineer for the FlorS., is a surgeon in the National American Surety Company of New ida East Coast Railway Company.
Home for Disabled Soldiers in DanYork City. He lives in Montclair, He is located in St. Augustine, Fla.,
N. J., where his address is 107 where his address is 12 Nelmar
Thomas Smith Hamilton, B. M. E.,
Elizabeth Wfaittington King, A. B
Leila Eleanor Jones, B. Ped., now
is Mrs. T. L. Richmond and lives in
A. M. 1896, is now Mrs. Charles M. E. 1899, is an engineer and is loJudson Smith and lives in Lexing cated in Bogalusa, La. His address Arlington, Calif., where her address
Published By and For University Alumni
THE UNIVERSITY OF KENTUCKY
Mr. Robert T. Mann Jr., former
ly of Lexington, and Miss Marie
Utrupp, of Ottawa, Ohio, were mar
ried last week in El Paso, Texas,
where Mr. Mann now holds a position as civil engineer.
The bride is the attractive daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Utrupp,
of Ottawa, Ohio, and Mr. Mann is
the son of Mr. and Mrs. R. T.
Mann, of Lexington. He was graduated from the College of Engineering, University of Kentucky, in the
class of 1925; was formerly connected with government engineering
work in Cuba and has spent the last
two years in Denver, Col., before
going to El Paso.
The bride and bridegroom will
be at home in El Paso.
Mr. and Mrs. William Preston
White of Cleveland, Ohio, are welcoming a son, Russell Preston
White, who was bom in Cleveland
last week. Mr. White is the son of
Mr. and Mrs. Frank P. White of
Lexington, and is a former student
of the University of Kentucky.
Served on the campus every school day
ALUMNI UNITE IN
Townscnd. '12, nnd
James Park, '15, Will Be
Associated in Practice of
law partnership recently formed
in Lexington combines two men who
are prominent both as attorneys and
as Alumni of the University of Kentucky. William H. Townsend, 1912,
and James Park, 1915, both graduates of the College of Law of the
University of Kentucky, have formed a partnership for the practice of
law, according to a recent announcement made in the Lexington newspapers. The new firm will
be known as Townsend and Park
and will have offices in the First
and City National Bank building.
The partnership will become effective on April 1.
Mr. Townsend was graduated from
the University with the class of 1912
and has been engaged in the practice of law in Lexington since his
graduation. He has achieved a statewide reputation as a corporation
lawyer and has been council in a
great number of important corporation litigations in Lexington and
achieved a national reputation as a
writer and authority on Abraham
Lincoln and has been the author of
numerous articles on the Civil War
president which has appeared In
the press and national magazines.
Mr. Park was graduated from the
College of Arts and Sciences of the
University with the class of 1915 and
a few years later from the College
of Law. When the United States entered the World War he enlisted in
the aviation service. After the war
he engaged in the practice of his
profession in Richmond, Ky., and
served as a member of the house of
representatives from Madison coun
ty in 1922. He later came to Lex
ington and began the practice of
law. Since then he has established
wide clientele. He is at present
the commonwealths attorney for
Fayette county, serving before his
recent election as county attorney
for Fayette county. He has maintained his offices in the Security
Trust building for a number of
The offices wnicn previously were
occuppied by Mr. Townsend will be
enlarged and utilized by the new
meals for sandwiches, milk, hot drinks
ice cream and candy
Third Floor McVeyHall
The Alumni office will appreciate it if you will send in to this
office the addresses of any of the Alumni who are listed below:
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