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5 > Image 5 of The Kentucky Kernel, April 30, 1920

Part of The Kentucky Kernel

THE KENTUCKY KERNEL Fr PATT ADMISSION BEN ALI THEATRE Goto Adults, 27e, plus 3e War Tax, Trial Ma.; ChlMram Mrs. John Board mon, of Parta, spent Sue Boardman. Miss Katherine Christian, of Lexington, spent one night of the weekend with Ruth Gregory. Alta Chandler spent the week-enAt her home In Owingsvllle. Misses Neta iStuckey, Eugenia Donaldson, Isabel .Hogan, and Mrs. Porter, of Brenau College, Georgia, and Miss Mary iK. Hamilton, Cynthiana, Miss Ada Hardesty, Ft. Thomas, Miss Mary Ueall, Owensboro, and Mrs. Perky, Louisville, all of whom were here to attend the Alpha Gamma Delta Province Convention, were the week-enguests of the Alpha Gamma Delta sorority. Miss Louise Leonard, of Syracuse, New York, the Grand President of the sorority, was also one of the guests. Louise Connell, Evelyn Friedman, and Edna Snapp spent the week-enat their homes In Paris. Mrs. Hogan, of Ludlow, spent part of last week with her daughter, Loret-t- a Hogan. Miss Fannie Summers Tarlton, of Lexington, spent one night of last week-enwith Frances Marsh. Margaret Harbison spent the weekend at her home In Shelbyville. Erma Wolff visited her home in Louisville last week-end- . Miss Thelma Slade, of Ludlow, was guest of her sister, the week-enAdele Slade. Miss Amanda Newell and Miss Marie Denton, of Midway, were the guests of Margaret Gudgel. week-enThompy Van Deren, Lillie Cromwell and Blanche Van 'Hook spent the week-enat their homes in Cynthiana. Elizabeth and Frances Kimbrough with Mrs. spent part of the week-enClay Cleveland of Nlcholasville pike. Miss Emma Holten, of Frankfort, guest of Martha was the week-enBuckman. Miss Ruby Maxey, of Ludlow, spent with Arabelle Ehrlich. the week-enMiss Lucy Megular, of Bowling guest of Green, was the week-enPearl Morgan. Mr. Sanford Morgan, of Franklin, also spent a day of last week-enwith his sister, Pearl Morgan. Miss Lucille Blatz, of Lexington, with Emspent part of the week-enYoung. ma Lee at Julia Willis spent last week-enber home in LaGrange. Miss Patty Thompson, of Mt. Sterguest of Marling, was the week-engaret Bird. the Henrietta Rogers attended last Friday "Dye dance in Danville Tilght. From there she went to Princeton to attend the wedding of her (BSjsfyorBjt4) Nothing aids the natural ability of a team more than outfits of unquestioned quality. We carry a complete line of A. J. Reach & Sons sporting goods. part of test week with her daughter, Annabel Hall spent part of the weekend with Kathleen Renlck, of Lexington. 11c, plus 2e War Tax, Tatel Ma. Phoenix Taxi Cab Co. SPORTING GOODS NOTES HALL PHONES MM DAY AND NISHT SERVICE OARS FOR TOUR INS) (Incorporated) 'LEXINGTON, FHOENIX HOTEL LOSSY KENTUCKY P. B. Robards AND CIVIL ENGINEERS MECHANICAL WILL FIND A COMPLETE STOCK OF COLLEGE BOY'S TAILOR AND MATERIAL DRAWING INSTRUMENTS SUITS AND PRESSED AT SUITS PRESSED VEACH'S J20 N. UPPER 1M Ssiith Lima S1JS SS CENTS ALTERATIONS A SPECIALTY OFF. COURTHOUSE ALL WORK GUARANTEED Fhana 1MSY Lexington, K FOUNTAIN FENS, STATIONERY, LOOSE LEAF 100KS d Travelling Bags and Sample Suit Cases at Special Prices. Your Shoe Repairing Done The Rightway d We are thoroughly equipped to give the best service possible lowest prices. We also carry a stock of Men's High-grad- H. Greenfield at 122 South Limestone CANDYLAND guaranteed. Satisfaction RIGHTWAY SHOE STORE Street 114 North Limestone Phoenix Block Shoes. e d HOME-MAD- E N. LEVY, Manager CANDIES FANCY BOXES OF ALL ENDS HOT DRINKS d Uncle Charlie is not here now. d Pay your Y. M. C. A. pledges. STRICTLY SANITARY iDK. J. T. 8LATON DK. B. O. SLATOM TEETH d DBS. SLATON & SLATON L H. BELL d DENTISTS THE COLLEGE FRUIT STORE W No. 154 South Limestone d Street CASSELL'S PHARMACY FHONE 115 d 117 CHEAFSiDM cater to college patrona FRUITS, CANDIES, CIGARS AND TOBACCOS d "SWAN" FOUNTAN PENS For, WITCH-HAZE- d L IN BEAUTY CHARM SNAPPY STYLES THAT COLLEGE MEN LIKE AT SPECIAL PRICES MADE-TO-MEASU- DANCING We welcome you college men to our new store at 114 North Limestone. Come In and let's get acquainted. We are showing a specially snappy line of all wool patterns as well as a good variety of ready-mad- e Suits and Overcoats In distinctive styles. Special prices to college men. LEVIN BROTHERS VALUE J. D, Purcell Co. (tj4jOBl) d brother. The College Qrl MISS AMERICA MIDDY SUITS AND MIDDY BLOUSES ABOVE ALL ORATED For Chapped Handa and Rough Skin d Every Thursday Night, 8 :30 to 12. Music by UNIVERSITY JAZZ ORCHESTRA MERCHANT TAILORS AND CLOTHIERS d d JOE LEVIN, Designer 114 Nsrth Llmtsttn Classes Every Tuesday Night, 8 to 10:30, Also Saturday Afternoon 3 to 5. CADEN DRUG CO. Men-tell- d 1854-- CITY RATES SS CENTS HAY HARDWARE CO. d Miss Margaret Birch, of Louisville, with Myrtle Clar. spent the week-enAffle Hammond spent the week-enwith her aunt, Mrs. W. P. Martin, of Lawrenceburg. Mary Elizabeth Downing spent the e week-enwith Mrs. Pettit, of Park. Miss Nancy Loveland, of Wincheswith Henter, spent the week-enrietta Bedford. t THE tit Beat Pictvrtf and the Rtat Mask PAQ1 PRIVATE LESSONS BY APPOINTMENT. PHARMACISTS LIXINSTON, 4s KY. LMwg STATIONERY- - INDIES MRS. LAMBERT Phone 3524-- Y. Over Woman's Exchange