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EXECU'*`l‘"E €0*l*’l'1"l`EE 1959-*10 tixiviaitsirv Armnts .. ....   .. .........   ..   .   .. .......,.,,..___.,.___ 16
Dri Ralyh ]. Aiagelucci, President, 2101 Nicho-
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B. A. Shively, Treasurer, Athletics Department,
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Mrs. Hampton C. Adams, Old Keen Place Ver-
sailles Pike, Lexington (Term expires 1962)
\V%iam IR. Black, 300 91%,,) 38th. St., Paducah,
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G,,l;:“;i_ 123;,281e,V 1,_, 1469 1_,,1,ewO0,1 1),,1,,,,, Mr. \Villinm G. McConnell, 2106 South Main, [NNI] Uk In 193*1 was inaugurated as
1,,,,,,,;,,,,, ,-1-,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,5 1962) Hopkinsville, kentucky- _ Gowcmor of the Commonwealth of
“· *1   Bl¤¤¤··*1¤*<*· 1*- S_ ,1,,,, S,. ,4Ou,SVV,,,e, 11,L0\11;1§?1·‘511e?1ém1`g,(y 1925 Spring Drive, High School. He was an honor student
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I. Carlisle Myprs. lg., 1211_Ricl¤m¤¤d Fwd. ·l"‘ ‘ ‘ ° S’ I" iw ’ " membership in the Order of the Coif,
RohgiifnIilwiiil;11111(t—;iii“§i?5i;;1V'1§1e;316(¥u1se11eS, E§E;\;l1l\‘§,€;¢;r;1,:l1l;;;ur;l€<§t;p€§r;<{)r;$   law School honour}-_
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1. s€${1‘1.‘:e.§’“111..11.1.1., Séi 11. High si., tem- M¤>» @-311 ¤-nw,1 ,§ ¤r¤a 1·¤¤ H¤¤S¢· umass He manned the fcmm Mabel Hall
*°“· K1'- (B°*“d Of T""‘“‘”Sl Omcmlse spam e ` of Knott County whom he met while
Dr. Ralph j. Angelucci,f2101 Nicholasville Rd., d_ UK •Th h h_l
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\VillidiiiLMl?  B1t1g., o11e.e1.e1e, WE \VANT TO KNOW d_ Lg: ,. _ · 1,, ,1 T
Ky. (Innncdinte Past President) len- 0lS* 0 lears 0 1 an 0m`
Marguerite McLaughlin, 226 E. Maxwell St.,   n“·_ l3_
Lexinizton, (Life Member, honorary) 7 G ·‘
H.hD. Palinorc. Frankfort, Ky. (Life Member.     S HC served in the U_S_ Ann`- {1-0111
\Villi;igidI`;I. ’l‘o1vsentl. First National Bank Bldg., BIRTHS 1942-1946. He t.hen returned to Pres-
Lexington, Ky. (Lite Member, honorary)   ,0,,sb,u.g to his law Practice, 1:,1.gt
A1>11t)1NT1VE MEMBERS IN YOUR FABHLY $5531,1asE;V:.mi1Ii1(i1·e;(i1iiisiii:V>i11eii
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Avennmn Ashli .... 1 zOil 1 Refining oempeey, 101111 NE\\7S Colm <>1 Al‘l’€“ls· Ill 1955 l1¢r¢S¤g¤<=l¤¤¤>¤> lla} dinner on March ll-, gy Cth,.
  ilceunion day will open on Saturclay mm smililws ml Sumiul umimmm and A ilu. Hi`I.;;l.(li lmH_)d_ mW_H.ll ll lil`, lily; H
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  dmll lI¤ll)¤ h`Ill“l [Qu UUIH Iulicllic Alumni Seminar ners bases its selection on lllillllllilllivt lll_l‘ llll
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   l;LI¤·=·¤‘11\`U<`l}>11lt‘ lll il\l> ll1ll‘l’t‘Sllll}.{ (i1ll`|l(‘l'l(' Institute ol lecltnolot;\,n1.
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3 _ ;tnnounc·c·cl at the picnic. Mil N   l` I P". i. . I.- il In .lmmll)`l `lim U M I-M V tcnclc
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  home to all returning alumni. faculty. IHIIUI i“Im.um[I(,“ IU mcmI)L.`.S UI ‘.l._ Wémh I_—UumI;lIiUn_’ happ·
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 ii lll ll l`l’l`€l’ll"ll lll lllc Rlll`lll`ll Ol Nllly but in the meantime. if any group Ul
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   `V. ` been scheclulecl lor six p.1n. that eye- recluestecl to write to the office and so y I State
  ning in the ballroom ol the Student specily. (llass sc·crc·taries will be noti- l)l· Rllll’ll ·\ll¥*`lll“l· ·\lllllllll \` Hlllll
 P, Union. a11cl in addition to the Hall- fied ol their duties in this connection. ”"llllll"ll l’l`*`$l(_lljlll llllll lll C lll ll “l` " ll<
  V Century Club awards. several other 'l`hose planning to return in May lll" l""lll`ll nl llill“l*`*"· l"l‘$l`*lllll*‘l*‘ ll€lll
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I     l Make ( ) Reservations lor the picnic: Saturday. May ·?8; 12:250 ·I).lIl. I LII?;Iu(I2HItIIIIQIIE;_l]i;`lIIIi$\IIIIIIIIIHIIII Mu
  `I I . . . . 5100 lim uckct I rector Ilernie Shiyely and Dr. .\n1< 01*0
 I - V Make ( ) Reservations lor the Alumni Banquet. May 28. 6:00 p.m. Iuui on IWIHIII. UI. my Mummy [fm
  \i I $2.50 per ticket I _ _ _ _ I _ My
’   I will neecl transportation for ( ) to (lolclstream Farm to attend picnic. ldmillllllllllclll lm- [lll. Iilclllllli _"`l` mt-
:   I May g8_ I presentecl by the Pantomimc: llnnct ml
I   All times quoted above are Central Daylight my l*=··¤€I"**IIfIII IIIIIIIII WIII IIC
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ward wi; 'IiIII' .I"IIII ·III""'II UIIIIIIII *·II·‘I‘* I" lor iiiierestetll alumni to bam alitmui slgmi · l\cuU> Dum], Lxtmdcd PIO,
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li Iiltlllr IIIIIIIIIIIII uml IU llllilli Ullllill ll-luuls ol the laiiyersitr and toilaltilitztteltoiii- ICT. Hhmll lr0lC»UT`·(Jurl (lfmei D1.
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wmk 114 |,,,,,,,, `,.,\,,,._ ,,,,,1 U, (.,,,0,,,,,g,. ,,,_ .· h t y h lung: and alumni lenrose-Leton and
fnliw IW wmlmm, ul m,,(,w_ U, “_m_l,n_ (lm,i,m, xluss (omimumuuous—its soual. eto- Mrs. Hampton Adams. Lexington.
I,,,,,,.,.' boys and girls who tould not otherwise
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Jug`- un Zl5\I5lllIl(('.
, my R, _\l>out llllll l`l{ alumni Iiaxe JII-      
“.h,,h lh, teutled ret ent set tional meetings ol the
`III‘ IIIIIIII ·II,Hm ('lmm‘l.m lwmi Ul [hl, lwuls lll .-\shIand. liv. M. \\`esley. M. li. liblen. Elizabeth
Hmh R, luglu-r edmaoou in Rentmky. what is \_ _ ‘_ _ N _ _ . (-rm`. ,)Cl‘“m_ RU, UN ‘ HC, T - _
I...,,,,.»..I..,. ..,( I `\4lliIl   II..,,,,.».. IIIII, I III ···· I*·>~ ····— II-~   ·‘I%·I·lt~ II| rg,·,,,,,,k,_ II<‘¤II III the  at ai. meeting II., (),. ill o rtrtsou am . .. .» >sieo1.
()lliters uml tliarter uu·uil>er> ol tlte llllwl lll   xi Mixllnlill ml? °l°"°‘l (I"IIIIIII)II$· OIIIO
_ _ _ _ \I( (' I)l L'\l(l(‘lll. lllllllh IUI II Spllllg lllCCI· _ y _ · ·
IERTAINS WIIWNIIUII lull Inlm Rnlmmuh Dim, ina uml retruiuneut ol new members ·I I`°II°`II~ III III° IlIIII`°“III" PIIIIIS
    l`(‘l)l`L'§(‘llIlll}J` l';iI\l(`l`n l{(`Ill\|l   "_;2_C di`( u"L_d }{i(.h:u_d }{uQhing IIUT KIIC IICXI [CII YCIIYS illlll. CXPIEXIIZIIIOII
V State (lollege. president: Donald I". uhmmi nach, N_l·)l_(_Sm“miwy H(,(,}mSC(, ol the Century Club was given by
IIIIHIIII ·.I~ Holloway. presuleut ·Moreheul- h ' meeting ol the Columbus club. Those
IIIQIIIIIIIXIIVI dent; Charles .»\. lieowu. SCCTCIIITI. Pikeville KY who attended were: Major and Mrs.
WIT ¤¤¢’t·>¤ \\'estern Remmky State (lollege .\lum— ` " _ __ _ _ 1). II. Branson. Dr. jean W. Branson,
Ielore sour ,,, _.\§,,,,-,,,,,,,,,_ hu-,-,.,,,r,-I lelclcu liing_ y .»\ baslgetball {thu (,lnnb to the Mr. and MTS. M. F. Byrne! NI. E. Crav-
mls ol dI- 4,,-C,»,,,,— ,,, ,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,r,,,,-S_ [1,,,,-,.,-5,,, E.lrainp·tonsln,> was shown ut the ()t·t. cm. Mr. and Mrs. Géorge Farris, ML
IIIIIII IIIIII- ··I I<<·¤¤¤eI, coroner
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’elert·me t~ *€¢`I`¤`IIII`}` III IIIIIIIIY SIIIIU (ZIIIICIAG Imlmg I)IiL)SI(l°lIII' IIIi*· Rcuccdln MII uml Mrs. \\`illiam Mitchell, Mr. and
over 'lieia ·‘IIIIIIIIII ·‘I*>II‘ B' l\n`k` (`cmigc (" lurk {md _|oe ()`l)auiel.   (president). Mr. and
, ,,·,.,,. l,,, rertors are l)r. \\'. li. O`l)otmell. Rich- Dull (lllllll" Mrs. Paul \\I. O`Daniell. Mrs. F. C.
, ],.,,C,-,,,,, iuoml: joseph Shearer, Louisville: Mrs. V Suimnons.   Mr. and Mrs. C. \\'.
T\,h],.,,, lr Mary li. Richards. Rielunoutl: _]oltu lid I'I°mI"I‘ KI" Smith.   Mr. and Mrs. R. D. \\’ood-
I I),-_ _\,,u, Mc(1ouuell. l.ouisyille; .\. l5_ .·\twootl. IIIIII I»IIIIIIIII· IIIIIIIWI IIIS *IIII`· II*II" burn. Mr. and Mrs. \'earl R. Stewart.
mm, I l·`runl»;l`ort; \\'_ S, l)otson. Lexington; Hllvll il IIIHI III IIW IICIIIII<`I§€€ Robert \~\`. Teater. Mr. and hlrs. Has-
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  And, are we proud of you! Last june the Alumni Association initiated a capital gifts campaign to rain Mm Paul G
A $250,000 in a tive—year plan of payments, pointed to the l'nivcrsitv`s centennial in 1965. $;T:_P'*°"P‘i‘
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The plan consisted of 500 pledges fl`OlI1 500 alumni and friends, to be paid on a basis of a niini111u111 111 D I C u
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  $100 a year for tive years. As of October ti, 19:19, when the first Honor Roll ol Century Club niembers wa~ _;a,,ws K_ B;
  published, a few more than 300 already had enrolled. Since that time 100 more have pledged illltl (`()ll· s‘ D' Bmw
_` tributed with the result that as of january 9, 1960, #122 DVC-lllllllll`€(l-(l()llill` memberships had been glllllr ;*’:";{C;3‘;
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§ paign ever initiated at the University of Kentucky. Surely, there are 78 of you who are reading this stori Qggjiféjlbg
  today who are financially able to pledge $100 a year for five years. lkfgllllllllg in 19601 €3{i;*°If0§L;n
 ._ The additional listing of the 100 new members appears below, as well as the breakdown of contribii.   Iliiillxl
 { tions. Contribute yourself, if you have not already done so, and get one other al1n111u1s to come in also   ${,3:
 t YVITH YOUR HELP, BOTH THROUGH CONTRIBLVTION AND S()1.lClT.·\'l`1()N, \\'E SH()lY1,l1 `ylyifiixxiiiviiix
  REACH OUR GOAL BY 1UNE 1. 1960. gTis};»?j;1C€
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 j Here 1S my contribution to the University of kentucky Alumni Century Club 1·und in the amount ol _ri_1§m¤r LA;
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· _   .......................................... I hereby pledge to pay S100 annually on the dates listed below; or until my lg§;g9Tgg';]j
  contribution totals $500.
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_     1960 ........................ 100 394 Pledg
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‘   1963 ........................ 100 Gr
    DATE Total nu
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z   All contributions are tax deductible and checks should be made payable to University of kentucky (mmibm
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(October 6, 1959 through Jonuory 7, 1960)
KENTUCKY Lowell A. Collings Florida
Early V. Dulworth , ·
Boyd calmly H. C. Forman J, K, Hays. Winter Haven
Paul o. Blazer A- P· Lee G i
__ . Ml.s_ paul (;_ Blazer Mr. and Mrs. James W. May '°l'K“
ln[lS(' Dr. Grover B. Sanders Malcolm L. Foster, Atlanta
¤······l··ll Cl-my J‘ L `”’““‘““ le‘i“‘Le‘?r·€"€r?"i&’r;.£"l?rQl‘;‘re
William Perry Drake J,,,,,ml,,,, 0,,,,,,,, Marshall *rayior. Macon
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6 Daviess County F' E' zormger llllnols
5 “·l‘ garr6esB}§brliaker Mldlmn Coun"),   W.CCi;t;:;1shaw,CPekind E { H Ch_ g
. · · , rs. a erme armo y s e e, 1ca o
uml J' C' Ra) W. H. Spicer, La Grange
guar Fayette County P Dr. Herbert P. Swartz, Kankakee
Marie R. Barkley E"}? §°;m'y h J
k&Jh ·.0e)’ 'ew ers
giriiscss calcilson Wlllle Dawallerc , w. r. Rairllner. West Orange
ulm_   apI<;:’rl;;lliés. William M. Greer, Jr.     L¤lE¤l”l· ·l¥'·
slum George Ft. Kavanaugh BBW Y°rk _
_ Kennedy Book Slow lrulnlll calmly Hallan E. Goldstme, Port Jefferson
Garvlce D· Klllcllld Mr and Mrs James E Hanev zvvlcllflhiili   llllcliln-€’ §e“l{ $9:17 City
Lullc Logan · . · · — . ug ea, ew or 1 y
6. Justin R_ ]v[qQ;ll-my   1;/Isgrsl R' §l(g;Zil?I,wL . Roger T. Thornton, Buffalo
ll l‘lll· Le¤¤>· Mllcs Dr,. are ME; A? nl M.;re§r§”‘S
·l]` Gayle A" M°hn°y Dr. and Mrs. Richard Weddle Olllll
— —(l· James Park . . , _
J Owen Reynolds J. Harrison Bailey, Cleveland
*l1l.l) lvl; and lll,-Q Earl Robbins Rowan County Mrs. Spencer Earl Harper, Jr., Columbus
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Don Ross U l J. Roger Caudill R b l' C M D ll Cl la d
Dr. Maurice Royalty
Dr. and Mrs. William A Seay sw"' Count _ Pennsylvania
Ml`· and Ml`s· Earl p· Slllllc ) 4 L. C1'Rord Davidson Merion Station
Dr. John S. Sprague llll-jllld lllls- C€°ll P- Bell ,1. ,1. Pitzpatrick, Lancaster
Dr. and Mrs; G. P. summers 1l5I‘l“l’l£lll·.l'l“‘“l°l"°lS Chester A. Kuebler. Erie
Frllrlk G' Tnmblc rs` dvlm w' Humphreys Lou Michaels, Swoyersville
William Wesner
Mr. and Mrs. Thornton D. Wright Shelby Count
W C H _ y Tennessee
... _ Fnnklln Coun"), ' ` arnson Murray Raney, Lookout Mountain
Clifford E. Smith Warren County Texas
Dr. Waller H. Grifting `. _
Fallon calmly Ma]. Gen. and Mrs. Elbert DeC0urse},
Dr. and Mrs. Ward Bushart Woodford County ls;] lglnggglf Tyler
David L. Thornton Carl E. Lauer, Port Arthur
Harlan County George W. Pirtle, Tyler
Mr. and Mrs. J. Frank Baugh
J. K. Beasley OU·l—_0F_STATE Virginia
H k James L. Cogar. Williamsburg
op lns County California
David H, Pritchett Herschel Scott. Santa Maria West Virginia
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ramsey, Jr. Wllllam B_ Flsh_ Bluelzleld
J Delaware Frank Kish, Charleston
. efferson County . · · O. M. Paisley, Huntington
ol Homer L. Baker Hem.} N` Marsh' wllmmgmn James E. Pinson, Williamson
Thomas A. Ballantine Paul V. Price, \Vi11iams0n
my Mrs, Thomas A. Baiiamirre Dl¤ll’l¤l °' C°lllllllllll James 1.. Sparks, Williamson
{ Chase Barlow Lumber Co. Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Ardery Harry Schwachter, Williamson
um CENTURY CLUB REPORT
(Six months)
lllil january 9, 1960
100 394 Pledges of $500 earth ........................................ $197,000 Total amount of cash deposited to date .......... $54,340.35
9 Pledges ol $1.000 each .................... . .............. 9,000 Total number ol` "Paid-up" pledges-40
100 l Pledge of $1,500 .................. . ............................ 1,500
l Pledge of $3,000 ..... . .............. . ........ . ........... 3,000 b€€llYlll€$¥
100 Contributions and Pledges under $500 .. .... . ....... 675 Proctor & Gamble (approx. value) ............ 500.00
.-——— New England Gas & lilectric
100 Grand Total Pled ed .................................. $211,175 a wrox. value ..... . ....   ........................ 500.00
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Institutional Growth Fund .......................... 500.00
Tollll lll“lll’°l` Ol lllcllgcs " ‘l0l’ Thiokol Chemical Co. (approx.
Collllllllg lllc Pledges of $l·000 ils l“’0 $¤00 PlCllg€$» lhc value lst annual payment) ...................... 120.00
_k _ $1,500 pledge as three. the $3,000 pledge as six, and the
( l contributions and pledges under $500 ns one, we have at (;l—lm(l Total (lush and Sgcurilies _________________>_>__ $56,06055
grand total ol 422 pledges ol $500.
   
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