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3 > Image 3 of The Kentucky Kernel, August 2, 1929

Part of The Kentucky Kernel

v, . m SOCIETY NOTES Come to f' Belmont Restaurant if ALWAYS OPEN Best Drinks and Sandwiches in Town 'L PHOENIX HOTEL OPPOSITE US' tm:r.n::m;ttntjtt Entertain With Dance Members of the Lambda Alpha chapter of the Chi Omega sorority of the University, who camped at Bldc-a-Won the Kentucky river, entertained with a camp dance Sat- - THE CLOTHES SHOP Cleaning and Pressing Let Us Keep Those Summer Togs in Shape e Threc-Plcc- e 175 E. High Suits Suits St.-- .. Cleaned and Pressed Cleaned and Pressed $1.00 $1.25 Phone Ashland 2259 SUN. - WED All Talking "GAMBLERS" FAIR STORE New Fall Hats $198 1 , Size Mid-Summ- - SAT August BILLIE DOVE ANTONIOflORENO in Fine Quality FELTS and SATINS Large, Medium and Small Head Our LOIS WILSON JASON KOBARDS GEORGE FAWCETT II. B. WARNER THURS. er CLEARANCE SALE Now in Progress "CAREERS" All Talking STATE SUN..- - MON. Two Days "Lilac Time" With Have your pressing, cleaning and dyeing done by experts; don't entrust your valuable clothes to inferior establishments. Our workers are all experienced ones who are paid to give you the best in cleaning and pressing service. Let us clean and press your summer finery. We maintain a MODERN PLEATING PLANT 20 Per Cent Off To PAGE THREE 300 Mine Executives Expected to Attend Safety Day, Aug. 31 Approximately executtrntttttttumtum tives, miners and 300 mine of the attaches Industry will attend the statewide turday evening from D to 2 o'clock. The grounds and porch were dec- safety day to be held at the Univerorated with Japanese lanterns and sity football stadium August 31, acthe dancing rooms were hung with cording to John F. Daniel, chief of crepe paper streamers. During in- -i the State Department of Mine, tcrmlsslon, lecs and cakes were who has offices at the University. served. An orchestra from Versailles i Well trained Jlrst aid teams will gather on Stoll field to demonfurnished the music. The hostesses were the chaper- strate, and a coal dust demonstraons, Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Hoff- tion, will also be held showing the man and the members of the soror-- 1 exploslblllty of the dust from varlty: Misses Mary Moore Milton, Vlr-- 1 ious sections of the state. Judges for the meet will be comglnla xiroshcar, Maude Van Bus-- 1 kirk, Dorothy Chapman, Charlotte ( posed of experts from West VirChapman, Eleanor sweanngen, tu-11- c ginia, Indiana, Tennessee, Alabama, Ferguson, Ann Caywood, Ann Virginia and Pennsylvania. The coal dust demonstration, Rodcs, Henrietta Blackburn, Lisle Walters, Elizabeth BUllter, Kathcr-ln- e which will be held in a specially Kennedy, Mary Virginia Marrs, constructed gallery, will be conducJosephine Lapslcy, Florence Kay, ted by the United States Bureau of Hattis Wilder, Willie Macey Mastln, Mines officials, and executives of Dorothy Delly, Edith Reynolds, the State Department of Mines. Madge Reynolds and Elizabeth THE GREEN TREE Tlnslcy. Luncheon Tea Dinner A DOLLAR DINNER served every evening out doors at the Green Tree Tea Room Main, , Dr. opposite Kentucky Theatre. , B. B. SMITH & CO. Corred Apparel for WOMEN and MISSES 204 W. MAIN ST. EAT AT BENTON'S PIES CHICKEN CROQUETTES SANDWICHES HOME STRAWBERRY MADE SALADS TARTS Famous for Our Chocolate Fudge Cakes Benton's Sweet Shoppe 141 SOUTH LIME Party on Continent . Kappa Camp Opens Members of the Kappa Kappa1 Prof. McHenry Rhoads, retired sorority of the University, from active service at the UniverGamma are entertaining with their annual sity at commencement, who undercamping party at Cheery Lodge at went an operation at the American Clifton on the Kentucky river. The hospital in Paris, France recently party Is chaperoned by Mrs. C. D. while on a European tour this sum-mr- e, Smith, and will return Saturday. Is rapidly recovering and hopes to rejoin his touring party soon, acst cording to word received here. Davidson was the ivlr. Frank He expects to join R. E. Monroe weak end guest of Mr. Dwight Pen- and party In London August 7, saildleton Jr., at his home near Win- ing for the United States August 17. Saturday evening Mr. chester. Davidson was the gues't of honor at a delightful dinner given by Mr. ROOF Pendleton at his home. Other delightful affairs were arranged for We repair slate, tile, tin and Sunday. composition roofs. We also erect and repair gutter and spouting. A delightful place for sandwiches, All work guaranteed. tea and Ices at the Gree Tree. Main street opposite the Kentucky WISE FURNACE REPAIRING Theatre. Several Camps Planned Several sor&rity camping parties have been arranged for the month of August, among them being the Delta Delta Delta sorority of the University who will camp at Cliff Echoes, and the Alpha XI Delta sorority who will camp at Cheery Lodge. Both parties are scheduled for the last of the month. COLLEEN MOORE GARY COOPER A live rattlesnake, measuring over four feet long and having 11 buttons, which was captured by John C. Young in the hills of Breathitt county, has been presented to Dr. W. D. Funkhouser by Donald Main-har- t, of Jackson. When the reptile was caught by Young it put up a game fight. The poison has not yet been removed, making it somewhat dangerous. We Extend a Special Invitation to SUMMER SCHOOL STUDENTS But We Strive to Satisfy All Viaduct Barber Shop H. M. DAVIS, Prop. 177 E. HIGH ST. j OPEN Wfc HOME 1J& 0 REPAIRING SNAKE SENT TO FUNKHOUSER, Everything Reduced STUDENTS T.T?i. Rhoads to Join With The , ' KENTUCKY KERNEL wwwwwwiwiiiiMHHttiMiHWiiwMtWMHMMmHiiiimmmm:uimt After Dances and Parties r' OFFICE (Toe DENTON CO) New Fall Hats $5 MILLER BROS. 105 W. High Phone 2758 Cor. Near High and THE NEW PLAZA RESTAURANT Next to Fayette The first Fall fashions are joining Denton's complete group at this low price. . . The rich new woodsy browns, the clear greens and dark blues and reds. . . The new shapes, mostly "up in front and down at the back" as is Line characteristic of the first Fall Denton's fine specialization at this price assures you of the utmost procurable in a hat at Bank successes in hats. Come in for an early inspection. $5 (DENTON'S THIRD FLOOR) Velvet Dresses Lead for Early Fall CHICKEN DINNER EVERY SUNDAY 11 A. M. to 2 P. M. 50c Best Plate Lunch in Town 35c Students Are Always Welcome The very first assured successes in Fall fashions to arrive were Velvet Dresses. . . In rich brown Wood Tones. . . Interesting new lines and details. . . Inspect them at your earliest opportunity. . . $25. (DENTON'S Give Us A Try SECOND FLOOR) s Simply show our driver that you are a student and you will be allowed this discount. TWO LOCATIONS Make Us Headquarters For Your Needs in TO SERVE YOU Co. Applegate-Grave- s (Incorporated) 369 E. MAIN ST. Engravings, Typewriters, Notebooks, Pens, Pencils, Desk Sets and Other Student Necessities We've specially priced this sparkling new smartly styled pump that just arrived. It Patent, Navy Blue and VALET NO. or 1 (Branch) Transylvania Printing Co. 139 N. Lime PHONES ASHLAND 288 - 6276 NORTH Jet Black Kidskin AAA's to C's UPPER D rowns Clearance Sale Irresistible Beauty Vividly radiating Style and Comfort Offers hundreds of women's smart shoes including new S arrivals at extraordinary sale prices $85 $85 $285 in the newest modes of Fall. (Regular prices were $5.00 and 7aV Whether it be for Formal, Street or Sport Wear, we are the first to show the correct style and color for the occasion. LEXINGTON, SG.00) Straps, ties, pumps including some shoes made by Selby and J & K, formerly sold as high as $12. DON'T MISS YOUR BEST CHANCE Full-Fashion- OF AND HOSIERY REAL SHOE Pure Silk ed THE YEAR TO MONEY Hosiery 90c Brown Boot Shop Cinderella Slipper Shop 102 W. MAIN ST. , KY. 139 W. MAIN ST. SAVE