And Help the Association
THE UNIVERSITY OF KENTUCKY
GOES TO PRINTER
L. KIRK, '21
Latest List of Members
Wayland Rhoadcs, '15
Mrs. E. T. Troctor, '1G
W. C. Wilson, '13
Dr. E. C. Elliott, '02
Dr. GeorRC II. Wilson, '04
Walter Hlllcnmcycr, '04
This issue of the Kentucky Kernel will be the last
that will be sent to members of the Alumni Association
Beginning in May the "Kenby the AlumniOfficc.
tucky Alumnus," official publication of the Alumni Association of the University of Kentucky, will be sent to
all members of the association who pay their dues. The
Kentucky Kernel, the Alumni Association and the University of Kentucky have reached a point in their development where this move is necessary. The use of
the student publication as a combined student and
alumni organ has been outgrown by our association.
Our Alumni Association is moving forward and if we
are to take our place in the ranks of the alumni organizations of the larger institutions in the United States
we must take every step forward that is possible. It
at last has become possible for the beginning of a publication devoted entirely to matter of interest to the
alumni. The first issue of the "Kentucky Alumnus"
will mark a distinct step forward for our association
and one that is sure to meet with enthusiastic approval
from a vast majority of the members of the Alumni
Association. The first issue will be mailed to you on
May 15. The next and final issue for this year will be
out June 15. It will be known as the Commencement
Number and will give all details of the class reunions
and homecoming. No issues will be published during
July or August. While this departure may cause regret
among some of the younger members of the Alumni
Association it is as necessary for us to leave The Kernel
as it was for them to leave the undergraduate body.
6"urs is an association of university graduates and we
as an association must continue to move forward even
as the individual graduate moves.
Before June 1; Kernel
A new directory containing the
names of alumni will be off the
press by June 1, it has been announced by the Alumni office. The
new directory will be the first published by the Alumni Association
since 1924. The names of all those
who have been graduated from the
University of Kentucky up to and
including the class of 1928 will be
included in the new directory which
will be complete In every way.
The new directory is being printed and bound by the staff of the
Kentucky Kernel and will be the
first Job this size that the student
print shop has attempted so far.
The copv has been turned over to
the foreman of the shop and work
already has been started on the
composition of the directory.
The 1929 directory will be a departure from the one published in
1924. Three complete lists of the
graduates will be given. First will be
In nlnhnbetlcal order.
next the list by classes which will
contain all the information con-,ntiVin
The last list will be by geographical
10 muse who
location, in addition
are graduates will be a list of former students who, while they were
not graduated, have been loyal and
active mmbrs of th Alumni Association. The new order will enable
oitimni tn loratfi classmates, indi
viduals and alumni in a given com
munity with a minimum oi irouoie
There are to be 2,500 copies of the
new directory published and no
charge will be made to those who
are members in good standing of
the Alumni Association. Members
who pay their dues for the year
1929-19will get free copies.
nnnc nrNl Vo spnt tr nnv nerson or
firm for the purpose of advertising
lists. It Is planned 10 nave mem uui
before the annual homecoming and
nlocc rpiinlnns .Tune 1. 2 ana i.
An early check for alumni dues
will assure you a copy of the new
W. F. Wright, Head of Louisville Alumni, Is Subject of
Feature Sketch in
The Louisville Courier-Journa- l,
a recent issue, carried the picture
Walter Franklin Wright, who
was graduated from the University
of Kentucky with the class of 1914.
with the picture of Mr.
Anna Catherine Hendricks, B. A.
B. S., now is Wright the following sketch apBarbara Nell Hanks,
1922, is a teacher and her permaMrs. William Kenneth Stokes and peared
nent address is Franklin, Ky.
her address is 4119 Thirteenth
"Walter F. Wright, lawyer, living
street, Oakley, Cinclnanti, Ohio.
at Anchorage, celebrates his forCharles IsbeU Henry, B. A. is
tieth birthday anniversary Thurs
teaching in the high school at
Strauter Harney, B. S., is a farm- day. Mr. wngnt was Dorn at ManKy.
er and his address is R. F. D. No. 7, chester. Ky., and was educated in
the public schools there and at
Lafayette Brown Herring, B. A.
Lexington, and at the University of
John L. Hays, LL. B is an
1922, is a geologist with the MaryKentucky, where he received both
and is practicing his his bachelor of arts and law de504 Central Naland Oil Company,
tional Bank building, San Angelo, prefession in Whitesburg, Ky.
grees in 1914.
"Entering the United States army
Earl Maxwell Heavrin, LL. B., is soon after leaving college, he served
Angle Mae Hill, B. S. 1922, is now secretary to Gov. Flem D. Sampson, on the Mexican border in 1916 and
was commissioned a second lieutenMrs. Harry W. Farmer and her ad- and his address is Frankfort, Ky.
ant on the entry of the United
dress is R. F. D. No. 2, Paducah, Ky.
Laura Given Hubbard, B. A., now States into the World War. Mr.
Holbrook, B. S. M. is Mrs. J. M. Berry and her address Wright served as battalion comYancy Carman
mander of the Fifteenth Field ArE., is with the engineering depart- i is R. F. D. No. 2, Carlisle, Ky.
tillery in France and took part in
ment of the Cumberland Telephone
Alma M. Hutchen, B. A., now is six major operations on the western
Telegraph Company. His adand
Mrs. T. E. Sparks and is living in front.
dress is 1011 Republic building, Greenville, Ky.
"Going to Florida at the end of
the war he remained in the south
Mary Elizabeth James, B. A., now until 1927, when he came to LouisWilliam B. Howell, B. S., 1922, is
ad- R. Leach
county agricultural agent for Trim- is Mrs.isJames Aylseford and herLex- ville to practice law with his father,
J. W. Wright, with whom he now
ble county, Kentucky. His address ington, Ky.
has offices in the Citizens' building.
is Bedford, Ky.
"Mr Wrieht is actlne executive
j officer of the
tillery Brigaae, R.eniucny jxuuujiui
Frances Aileen Halbert, B. A.,
Mrs. Hilda Williams Gaugh, B. A.,
now is Mrs. James D. Atkinson, and Guard, is Assistant State Tax Comis living in Murray, Ky.
missioner, president of the Univershe lives in Greenup, Ky.
sity of Kentucky Alumni Club, a
Edyth Claire' George, B. A., is
Charles Emery Gibson, B. S. M. director .of the University Club and
teaching in Hendersonville, N. C,
where her address is 1142 Patton Ie., is sales manager for the Arm- a member of Jefferson Post of the
strong Cork Company of Pittsburgh, American Legion.
.Pa. He is located in Chicago, 111., "The Courier-Journ- al
Chloe Gifford, LL. B., is a teacher where his address is in care of the birthday greetings and best wishes
and her address is 345 Woodland company, 120 West Illinois street. for his continued success."
avenue, Lexington, Ky.
Thomas Leigh Garwood. B. S. M.
Oliver Cromwell Green, B. S. C. (E., is living in Louivllle, Ky., where sity of Kentucky. His address is
E is an engineer with the Ken- his address is 1613 South Third Clifton avenue, Lexington.
tucky State Highway Department. i street.
George Walter Gardner, B. 6., is
He lives in Bloomfield, Ky.
John Franklin Graham, B. S., is county agricultural agent for Washliv- i county agricultural agent for Caldington county, Ky. He is located in
Alice Miller Gregory, B. A., is
ing near Louisville, Ky., and her well county, Ky., and is located in Springfield.
address is R. F. D. No. 1, Louisville. Princeton.
Henry Lloyd Harleson, B. S. C. E.,
Russell Morris Green, B. A., is an
Emmett Adolph Graves, LL. B., is is with the Bureau of Public Roads,
attorney-at-laaccountant with the W. P. Brown an
with Wilson and Washington, D. C.
and Sons Lumber Company, Louis- Harbison, 12 Security Trust building, Lexington, Ky.
Charles Edgar Harris, B. S., is
with the extension division of the
Martin Thomas Gregory, B. A., Is
John Lewis Gray, B. S. M. E., is Experiment Station of the Univerteaching history in the Community distribution agent for the Louisville sity of Kentucky, Lexington.
high school at Hinckley, 111.
Gas and Electric Company. His address is 1000 South Twenty-eight- h
Virginia Harrison, B. S., now is
George Dan Ilagan, B. A., M. A. Street, Louisville, Ky.
Mrs. W. F. Marrs and lives on the
1926, is teaching in South Junior
Versailles pike, near Lexington, Ky.
Margaret Louise Gudgel, B. A., is
hlch school in Louisville, Ky where
Stanley Ray Hill, B. S., is a merhis address is 613 Merwin avenue. l teaching in the grammar school in
Frankfort, Ky. Her address is Steel chant and is located in German-towKy.
Thomas Hart Ilagan, B. S. M. E., street.
is with the American Rolling Mill
Company and his address is 412U
Hanson, LL. B.,
Katherine Coleman Hodge, B. A.,
'Twentieth street, Ashland, Ky.
is an Instructor in physical educanow is Mrs. Willis D. Threlkeld and
tion at the University of Kentucky, her address is P. O. Box 231, La
Pearl Beatrice Marie Hainor, B. Lexington.
A., is a teacher and lives at 536
Sixth avenue, Huntington, W. Va.
Thomas Marshall Halm, B. S., M.
Astor Hogg, LL. B., is an attorney-S. 1925, is an instructor in the at-law
and is located in
James Ellison Humphrey, B. S. is physics department at the Univer Whitesburg, Ky.
a field agent in the poultry department of the extension division of
the Experiment Station of the University of Kentucky. His address is
Hamilton Park, Lexington, Ky.
Published By and For University Alumni
of Kentucky Club
of Greater Cincinnati:
on the first Tuesday evening of
each month at the Industrial
Club In Covington, located at
Pike and Madison streets. The
time Is G:30 In the cvenlnp.
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
LunUniversity of Kentucky:
cheon first Saturday in each
month In the dining room of the
University Club, third floor of
Brown building, 325 West Broadway. Time 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. m.
Note Will the officers of other
Alumni Clubs please send us the'
dates and places of their regular
CHICAGO ALUMNI DINE, DANCE
Announcement has been made by
the officers of the University of
Kentucky Club of Chicago that the
annual dinner dance of that club
will be held this year on the evening of May 4. It will be held at the
Cambridge Club, 1725 East Fifty-thir- d
street. A special invitation has
been issued to any University of
Kentucky men and women who are
in Chicago to attend this annual
event of the club. Reservations may
be made by writing to D. S. Sample,
53 West Jackson boulevard, Room
I've looked all over this
dump, but Where's my shirt?
Mate Have you been upstairs?
Oh, that's another
U. OF K. BANQUET
IS HUGE SUCCESS
Attendance at Annual Event
During K. E. A. Meeting in
100 Alumni and Friends.
Four hundred and twenty-fiv- e
Alumni, friends and faculty members of the University of Kentucky
attended the University of Kentucky dinner held in conjuction
with the annual meeting of the K.
E. A. in Louisville. Thursday, April
18. It was the largest number that
ever has attended one of the dinners since their beginning 18 years
The dinner is held each year in
conjunction with the nnnual meeting of the Kentucky Educational
Association and while intended at
first for those Alumni and friends
of the University who are interested in educational work in Kentucky, they have grown in popularity until Alumni from every wnlk in
life come each year.
The program this year was well
balanced and enjoyable throughout. !
Represented on the program was an
alumnus, an outsider and a faculty member. John Y. Brown, graduate of the College of Law and
nrnmlnpnt voiint? Lpxlnoton nttor- ney, acted as toastmaster. President j
Frank L. Mcvey represented the
faculty and outlined the past and
future growth of the University.
So large was the attendance at
the dinner this year that a last
minute rush made necessary the
use of an auxiliary dining room
the main ball room of the
Brown hotel where the dinner was
held. More than 100 were seated
In this space and aft6r the dinner
moved into the ball room for the
program. The Men's glee club of
the University sang several selections during the course of the dinner, leaving immediately to sing before the general assembly of the
Kentucky Educational Association.
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:
Special Rental Rates to Students
Phone 1792 WEST SHORT ST.
Served on the campus every school day
meals for sandwiches, milk, hot drinks
ice cream and candy
Third Floor McVey Hall
When You Need a Car for Business
or Social Affairs, Rent a
Chrysler or New Ford
We cater to the University trad':
required from students.
133 E. SHORT
you for Dinner Sunday
We are expecting
Where have you been? We serve a plate lunch
every noon and night
Chicken Dinner Sunday
Herbert Proctor Haley, 1920:
Short Orders at All Times
William Bryan Martin, 1920:
Rose Street Confectionery
Richard Clarence Miller, 1920:
'Where Friends Meet"
ROSE and COLLEGE VIEW
Joseph Stuart Misrach, 1920:
George Thomas Robinson, 1920:
WE ARE READY TO SUPPLY YOU
Kodaks - Films
William Yourish, 1920:
Arthur Arden Cameron, 1921:
Alta Mae Chandler, 1921:
Roy Creech, 1921:
Campus Book Store
Reginald Ernest DeAltry, 1921:
Bishop Irving Hines, 1921:
James Sharon Hundall, 1921:
John Marsch Land, 1921:
We Serve to Satisfy
Martha Agnes Randell, 1921:
Raswell Manning Bennett, 1922:
Lawrence Francis Bischof, 1922:
Good, Wholesome Sweets
Carrie Louise Dwyer, 1922:
Come to Us
Clyde Rogers Gibbons, 1922:
Chester Bryant Hamilton, 1922:
Martha McElroy McDowell,
Mrs. Otis Healey), 1922:
Frederick Walter Nessler, 1922:
WE MAKE EVERYTHING WE SELL
Kirtley Revill, 1922:
Thomas Milton.Riley, 1922:
Dandee Candy Shoppe
Just around the corner from Lime on Main