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THERE'S A REASON why patrons of our miniature golf course always return. The location of the course, away
from the noise and dust of heavy traffic, coupled with the fact that our carpet greens are always in good con-ea:
dition, make it the most popular in town. ALSO, TRY OUR NEW DRIVING RANGE
There will be a meeting of Knppa
Delta Pi', honorary education fraternity, in room 202 of the Education building, today at 4 p. m. All
members arc urged to be present,
as the meeting Is very Important.
417 E. Maxwell St.
Phone Ashland 1419
"Leave your order with
Miss Carrie Bean, our
agent, at the Book-Stor- e
W. W. STILL
'en to4j fet 'em tomorrow
192 W. Short, Lexington
Just Across the Campus
Dry Gleaning, Altering,
Repairing and Pressing
Suits Made to Order Gents Furnishings
Give Us a trial
561 South Limestone
Phone Clay 818
tory situations and one in which fined to a few set styles, and does
sailors were shown to a
not fit the wide variety of pictures.
Tho rlnss sinrtrpsts Mint, a rftnrm In
The Investigation also showed i advertising would benefit both the
Motion pictures shown in Greeley, that advertising of pictures is con-- 1 theatre and the public.
Colo., arc, as a rule, "finely portrayed and highly commendable,"
according to an investigation made
by a sociology class under the diW. O. Blnnewles
g the sociologyDr. department, at Colo-of
MISS HAZEL BAUCOM,
Phone Ashland M74-- Y
rado Teachers College.
Each picture shown during the
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independently, each checking various points of the picture on
a prepared sheet. The marking, of
course, was subjective, but Is of the
The following announcements, I
type unconsciously done by a movrebeautifully engraved, have been
ing picture audience.
ceived in Lexington:
As a result of the study, the class
Mr, and Mrs. L. S. Bonnln
reports, seven of the thirty-tw- o
announce the marriage of their
films reviewed were historical, Ave
musical comedy, three tragedy, Ave
drama, seven comedy, two musical
romance, and three mystery plays.
James Raymond Hester
All were built around love scenes.
Lieutenant United States Marine
Of the leading characters, 92 were
men and only 53 women.
Thursday, July 24
In noting the separate scenes the
One thousand, nine hundred thirty
class found that drinking scenes
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
They are of
Enclosed were cards:
two kinds, those depicting the old
barroom scene, and others showing
After August 12
drinking in homes.
Hampton Roads, Virginia
Lieutenant and Mrs. Hester
In all 853 scenes were noted. They
were University students, and were .
are as follows: adultery, 1; bathwell known on the campus. Mrs.
room, 2; courage, 68; drinking, 124;
friendship, 68; gambling, 14 killHester was a rnmoer or tne Aipna
Oamma Pelta sorority, a leading
lady in "Square Crooks," for StrollKissing: between brother and sisers, was chosen a Kentucky Beauty,
ter, 2; between husband and wife,
and was regimental sponsor for the
37; between lovers, 55; between paR. O. T. C. unit.
rents and child, 19.
Lieutenant Hester was a member
Loyalty: to country, 14; to friends,
PI Kappa Alpha fraternity,
54; to home, 13; to Ideals, 21.
Omlcron Delta Kappa, and presiLying and deceit, 67; night clubs,
dent of the Men's Student Council
22; nudity and
outwitting the law, 5; perseverance,
10; prison scenes, 10; racial hatred,
51; sex triangles,
The following invitations have fair, and it was beautifully deco- 16; social betterment, 2; speeding,
been received by friends in Lex- rated with summer flowers.
6; stealing, 3; suicide and threatenington:
Mrs. Piatt, Miss Dorothy Gorham, ed suicide, 5; violent temper, 55;
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Ruttencutter
Miss Margaret Cundlff, Miss Ruth violence
request the honor of your presence Wehle and Miss Caroline Smith
There were four scenes in which
at the marriage of their daughter were In the receiving line. Delic- policemen were placed In deroga
ious courses of salads, sandwiches,
iced punch, cakes and candles were
Mr. George Edward Waples
served to about fifty guests.
on Thursday morning
the twelfth of August
Takes Special Coarse
at six o'clock
Miss Marietta Sparks, who will reShinkle Methodist Episcopal Church ceive a degree in home economics
from the University of Kentucky at
Cards were enclosed:"
the Summer Session CommenceAt Home
ment in August, has gone to ColumAfter September first
bus, Ohio, where she will take a
special course in home economics at
is a popular the Ohio State University, for the
graduate of the University, being next Ave weeks. She plans to teach
active in work at the Gulgnol in the high school at Somerset next
theater. After a wedding trip they year.
will return to Lexington to take an
apartment at Sunny Hall, on Rose
and Maxwell streets.
Professor and Mrs. Ezra Gillls have
Alpha Gamma Tea
as their guests their children and
with Genuine Alemite
Members of the Alpha Gamma grandchildren, Mrs. Cleo G. Hester
Delta sorority entertained yester- and son, Bobby, and Mrs. A. W.
day with an Informal tea for a Huckle and daughters. Misses ElizaExperienced Mechanics
number of girls who will attend the beth and Sarah Huckle.
University this fall. The liome of
Judge and Mrs. Lyman Chalkley
Mrs. Thomas Piatt on the Bethel and their son. Dr. Lyman Chalkley,
pike was the scene of the lovely af- - of New York City, have returned to
Lexington after a motor trip to
French Lick Springs.
Miss Hazel Baucom spent
week visiting friends and relatives
We Specialize in
at Junction City.
Miss Phyllis Wendt, who underwent
an operation for appendici tis at
the Good Samaritan hospital In
Cincinnati two weeks ago, is convalescing at her home In Newport.
Miss Margaret Cundlff will acALL MAKES OF CARS
company her mother, Mrs. M. G.
Cundlff. to New York City for ten
All Work Guaranteed
days' trip. They will leave today.
or Money Refunded
Professor and Mrs. Louis Clifton
and their daughter, Dorothy, have
been visiting friends In Dry Ridge.
Students Report on
Quality of Movies
Eat at the
CORRECT APPAREL FOR WOMEN AND MISSES
264 West Main Street
SEA. II UN Alii
"24 HOUR ROAD SERVICE"
TAYLOR TIRE COMPANY
Our service of first removing stains
such as grass, auto grease, etc., then
careful laundering in cold water insures you perfect work
Miss Katherlne Davis and Miss
Mary Withers Bowman, both graduates of the University, have been
appointed to teach in the primary
schools in Lexington this winter.
We allow 20 percent oft' on dry clean-
ing to students living at Patterson,
Boyd or Smith halls!
Deweese and Main Sts.
Here They Are
I Now Playing "THE KING OF JAZZ" I
"The Sap from
Everything You Need
NOTEBOOKS, PENS, PENCILS,
DESK SETS, AND OTHER STUDENT ACCESSORIES
Near Fayette Bank
N. Upper Street
Uncle Sam ain't doin' so well
with his fightin' and it looks like he's
called on us to put an end to this
55 MOHAN: From now on it's "Anybody's
War" and we're the headmen!