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7 > Image 7 of The Kentucky Kernel, December 12, 1919

Part of The Kentucky Kernel

THE KENTUCKY KERNEL DEPARTMENTAL CLUBS The Romance Language Club. Tho Komnnco Lnngunga Club mot Monday cvcniiiR at tho homo of Mian Knthcrlno Tiickcf on High fU.rcot. Mrs. Edith Wharton's book, "Tho French People mid Their Wnys," wns reviewed by Miss Florenco Harrett. Spanish poems wero dlscunscil nnd roprosentntlvo poems read by Alberta Wilson. During the informal social hour that followed Prof. Zombrod sang some French songs very delightfully. Society. At Its regular meeting last Monday, Society had for Its tho speaker Dr. Tuley, Dean of tho Medical Department, University of Louis-vlllDr. Tuley first spoko on tho history of medicine In Kentucky and then made a survey of tho work which Is required of a pupil upon entering a medical school. Ho also gave tho students a little Idea of what their work would be In the medical school. Ag. Society. At a meeting of the Ag. Society on Monday, December 15, at 7:30 o'clock, In tho now Chemistry Building, a program of unusual Interest will be called A moving picture given. "Tractorlzing Dad," showing the various uses of the tractor on the farm, Is .to be the main feature of tho evening. Tho film narative contains a love story and many funny incidents The exhibition will be throughout. free to the public. Freshmen Engineers. last Thursday evening. After tho In- U. K. WOMAN'S CLUB vocation by Durchott, acting chaplain, TO MEET AT HALL the subject of a debate was hold, which wan, "Resolved, That tho minTho Womnn's Club of the Univerers of Kentucky wore justified In refusing to comply with tho govern- sity will hold their regular monthly ment's order that they go back to business mooting Friday afternoon nt work." Tho affirmative, While nnd 3 o'clock at Patterson Hall. Tho presiRoyd, won over tho negative, Ildcrton, dent, Mrs. P. P. IJoyd, will preside, Eblcn and Haley. nnd Important business will bo transacted, since the club omitted nil business nt tho last meeting, in order to LECTURE COURSE IN BLUE GRASS TOWNS Homer Southwlck, of tho Collogo of Oratory of Emerson hear Dr. PAGE 7 GOOD STYLES, GOOD SHOES, RIGHT PRICES For All These See The Special Shoe Co. 206 W. Main Street Lexington, Ky. Woman's Exchange 108 North Upper Street Opposite Court House Mt. Sterling and Maysville to Hear Lecture by U. K. Men. STRICTLY W. B. GRIGGS Opposlto Agriculture Building Series of lectures will be given In Mt. CIGARETTES, TOBACCO Sterling during tho next few months CIGARS, AND SOFT DRNK8 by members of the faculty of tho university. Tho program has been arSTEP IN AND SEE ME ranged through tho of tho University Extension Department FOTSCH and tho Woman's History Club of Mt. BENCKART Sterling. Proprietors Maysville, under the auspices of Maysville Community Club, will tho have tho same coursd of lectures tills EAGLE BARBER SHOP winter. 107 SOUTH LIMESTONE ST. "Tho Trend of tho Times," Edward Opposlto the Phoenix Hotel Tuthill, Ph. D., head of the department of history, on the night of Fris Work Guaranteed day, December 12, 1919. Lexington, Ky. "Southern Poets," J. T. C. Noe, A. M., Litt. D., head of tho department of education, on Saturday afternoon, January 17, 1920. "Foundations of Industrial Peace," Edward Wiest, Ph. D., head of the We welcome you back and want department of economics and sociolyou to know that we are ready to ogy, on tho afternoon of Saturday, serve you to the best of our 21, 1920. February "An Educational Program," Frank ability. L. McVey, Ph. D., LL. D on the night There will be many little incidents of Friday, March 19, 1920. that you will want to record. That "What is Education?" J. T. C. Noe, A. M Litt. D., head of the departis where you will need one of our ment of education, on the afternoon ANSCO CAMERAS and SPEEDEX of Saturday, April 17, 1920. FILMS, we will do your develop"The Deficiency of Our School Sys ing and finishing for you in real tem," J. J. Tigert, A. M. (Oxon.), head professional style. of the department of psychology, on the afternoon of Saturday, May 22, You know where to find us. & First-Clas- STUDENTS At a meeting last week the Freshmen Engineers decided to name their society after Col. George W. Goethals, engineer who had the prominent charge of the construction of the Panama Canal. The constitution and bylaws were presented by a committee previously appointed by the president. They were accepted by the society thus completing the organization of another society among the many use- 1920. ful ones now on the campus. "Social Functions of Religion," Paul P. Boyd, Ph. D., dean of the College ol Arts and Science, on tho night of Henry Clay. Society met Friday, June 18, 1920. The Henry Clay Law Spengler's Art and Gift Shop 317-31- 9 W. Main Street "OUR SUN SHINES ALWAYS" WALK A BLOCK AND SAVE the DIFFERENCE THE STORE THAT OFFERS RELIEF FROM HIGH PRICES LUNCHEON FIRST-CLAS- S THE BEST OR EVERYTHING IN SEASON LEXINGTON, KENTUCKY PHONE 1170 Why Not Trade Here? BECAUSE The selection of suitable drug store goods is better here than usual for the very simple reason that not only do we stock practically anything and everything that any drug store anywhere could offer you. but we arrange and display them in such a way as to make selection easy, rapid and satisfactory. The quality of everything we sell is high-gradTrue, goods, but there are medium priced and value for value, price for price, there are better offerings here than elsewhere. When the question of drugs is considered there is but one quality and that is the highest that science can produce. e. low-pric- ed FAYETTE DRUG STORE Herman U. Bolles, Prop. Cor. Main and Limestone Lexington, Kentucky The Southern Engraving Co Wishes to Announce The opening of their Engraving Plant at 311 W. Main St., on or about Dec. 1st, at which time we will be able to furnish printing plates of all descriptions. "EFFICIENCY AND SERVICE WILL BE OUR MOTTO" Ph one 4125 HIGH GRADE SAMPLE SWEATERS LET US SHOW YOU THE FELLERS! PREMIER CLOTHES When you get ready for those flowers, slip me the word FOR YOUNG FELLOWS J. P. BARNES, SALE PRICES DESTINCTIVE STYLES Representative for James P. Keller, Florist NEW DOUBLE BREASTED AND BELTED, FORM FITTING MODELS Corded Silk Neckwear Solid Colors $1.19 Phone 354 327 West Main St. SUITS AND OVERCOATS John s Drug Co. MAIN AND WALNUT (Sanitary Soda Fountain) PRESCRIPTIONS FINE CANDIES Phone 560