THE KENTUCKY KERNEL
ABOUT THE CAMPUS
The Kernel Is In receipt of a letter
from Kentucky Wcslcyan College,
for a visit
which H. B. McGregor, president of
the Patterson Htcrnry Society, made
at the request of M. C. Redwlne, a
University graduate of the Class of
'19, to that college In Winchester last
week. It seems that other schools are
having the same trouble wo are experiencing In arousing interest in literary work, and McCregor was requested to mnkc n talk on the value
of Literary Societies.
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But hero Is the word I announce,
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In ami Lime
MRS. J. TANDY HUGHES
Dr. Frank L. McVey and Dr. J. W. "If tho motto says 'Smile,' and you
carry a frown,
on the program at tho Ken"Do It Now," and you linger and
tucky (Conference of Educators to bo
OF ALL KINDS
School Dance will begin promptly at 7 :30 p. m.
held in Louisville Friday and Saturday. The conference is under the If the motto says 'Help,' and you COR. HIGH AND LIMESTONE STS.
trample men down,
auspices of the United States Bureau
If the motto says 'Love,' and you
of Education and tho Public Health
Service for the purpose of discussing
the subject "Sex Education In the You won't get away with the mottoes
For truth will come forth with a
Tho Extension Division of the UniIt isn't the motto that hangs on the
versity has been officially designated
as the distributing center for KenBut the motto that you live that
tucky for educational films sent out
by the United States Bureau of Education and the first shipment is alNOTICE.
ready on the way here. As soon as
in colors and
the Alms arrive a program will be
worked out and a motion picture cir- To members of the faculty,
University of Kentucky:
cuit among High Schools of the State
you that the
This Is to inform
will be formed. A campaign will also
80c and 90c
be started to promote the use of mo- Christmas holidays will begin at the
tion picture machines in the schools clo3e of the seventh hour, Friday, December 19 and will close at 8 a. m.
of the State.
Tuesday, January 6, 1920.
Very truly yours,
The Senior students in the Depart123
EZRA L. GILLIS,
ment of Farm Management, who hold
Secretary to the Council.
Opp. the Phoenix
meetings every Friday from 3:30 to
Tuesday Evening Class Will Continue as Before
Hours 8 to 10:30 P. M.
5:30 o'clock, wer,e entertained by Professor Forester at the last meeting,
at his home, 151 East High street.
There are seven students who are
following up the regular class work
with this work and interest in Farm
E. M. Prewitt, Department of Dairying, ha3 returned from Oldham and
Campbell counties and reports excellent work beiug done in the Cow
Testing Associations which were formed in those counties during the last
few months. The work in Campbell
county is under the supervision of J.
M. Llgon, Class of '15, and Robert
"Bob" Heath, Class of '16, has charge
of the work in Oldham. Both were
graduated from the College of Agriculture and were just discharged from
the service when appointed to the
positions they now hold. Already, a
friendly rivalry has sprung up among
the members of the Associations, and
to date E. J. Clore, of O'Bannon, Oldham county, holds the record for proOne of his
duction of butterfat.
cows a grade Shorthorn has propounds of fat durduced
days of October.
ing tho thirty-onMr. Prewitt goes to Boone county
within a few days to organize an
association where "Willie D." Sutton
Is serving as County Agent.
Members of fraternities
and other organizations!
is your last chance to have your picture taken for the 1920 Kentuckian.
Make your appointment any time between 9 o'clock and 3:20 o'clock at
the studio on tho third floor of the
J. ED. PARKER, JR.,
THAT APPEAL TO
A Metropolitan Hotel Respectfully Solicits the
Patronage of University People
JOHN SKAIN, Manager
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