xt7w0v89hc4x https://nyx.uky.edu/dips/xt7w0v89hc4x/data/mets.xml Lexington, Kentucky (Fayette County) University of Kentucky Alumni Association 1962 v. : ill. ; 28 cm. Quarterly, Publication suspended 1922 and resumed with v. 1, no. 1 (May 1929); v. 5, no. 9 (May 1933) not published; issues for v. 37, no. 2-v. 40, no. 1 (spring 1966-spring 1969) incorrectly numbered as v. 38, no. 2-v. 43, no. 1; v. 40 (1969) complete in 3 no. journals  English [Lexington, Ky. : University of Kentucky Alumni Association, Contact the Special Collections Research Center for information regarding rights and use of this collection. Kentucky alumnus University of Kentucky. Kentucky alumni 2002- Kentucky alumnus monthly Kentucky alumnus, vol. 01, no. 33, 1962 text Kentucky alumnus, vol. 01, no. 33, 1962 1962 2012 true xt7w0v89hc4x section xt7w0v89hc4x   THE
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    522 Sayre Avcn Lexington, Ky \\llllill11 H. Townsend. I‘lrst Natlollal Bank ‘ ` · ’ "  »
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IIIIIII   All too infrequently, the lives of many generations of undergraduates are IPI I I
~ l· · I   touched by the magic personality of one individual, whose influence is so far-reach- I I ·
  ing, so dramatic and so valuable that the influence is felt and remembered as long I .  
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mos lvm. III  Such is the story of Marguerite McLaughlin. I I
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I_I_I_IIIIIII¤     From l9l4 until she was assigned to a change-of-work status by the University I ‘
Q ILICII     in l952, Margie McLaughlin, as she was so affectionately known by University of   I I
,I.IIIIII.I· ..5h I  Kentucky students and alumni, contributed her time, her devotion, her loyalty and   I
it ut tht " Q her leadership to the institution from which she was graduated and of which she   .
orguni/=Z1   was an essential and dynamic part, until her death. I  
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I. IIIIIIIIIIII . I butions, but to those of us whose destinies she guided from undergraduate days I I
§I~(»IIiIt·,. A;- { until the moment of her passing, she always will be a legend of love and tender- _
1 with lim   ness and compassion and understanding. {  
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I Il.lIIII?lII_III·   Margie, whose devotion and determination over a period of more than half   Ii I
ICH, I IMI.   a century made it possible for the University of Kentucky Alumni Association to   I   I
Q thrive and to function through bad years and good, said her goodbye to life on the I II ·
.I(1t-his tlm  I afternoon of Alumni Homecoming Day, November 25, I96l. How appropriate, that I I Q
nys I .i:.’  I God, in His infinite tenderness, should call her to her eternal home within the I   I
nrc ll¤<*I*`·*  I sound of cheers from thousands of homecoming alumni of the University sne   I
I- (il l{¤`Ilii*   served and loved.   I;I. Q
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Ish:-Il?iII.;E   We will think of her always as one who was young at heart, and while time I . I
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rho KIIIIIIFII   lin will continue to burn in the hearts of those whose lives she touched with the I _
Im and IIIYI   unquenchable flame of immortality.     I -
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QQ  Ti Q hcch khc“'h> hl? crchhhg “Thc Ag"ichlhlhh hhd Mcchthh much more than places where the young attend   \»»A  ’ 1 Jl
    ical College of Kentucky” as a college in Kentucky Uni- and gat A wilcgl. r.(lm.;lt{(,,,_ *|`],(.y.' Qm. S(.,~\.m. ih,   ss; 
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      cf Lcxlhgtch am Ahhcch Cchcgc cf Thhrcdshhlg that the campus ol the t'niyersity ol` Kentneki i~ 1- I   
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if   ) land-grant college. curollvd. 'l`hc first \\’()lllllIl gru·_©a§§. 5; In Kentucky the Hrst county 1lg1`lCllltlll'&ll agents were (·Um¤» “¤tl1 {lil Bb- *`!—€¢¤¤¤%¢’ll<·;:<~. gf  -
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»_   i ants O1. associates m m;my_ In mm] there zu-C 210 County In 1910 th; 1)(]_).\IlIlll\l( ol llmm lL$()lI()HIl(h xmas .ul Quia ¤<¤¤·¤¤1¤<·¢` \¤\¤¤$£¢’< 'l<>   Viv wl .·\u1·1-  E (m_dmII\_
=¥E—· search, amd off-cum us extension within the luml-*1·;111t Cumw _‘"“ Hou"` l`*°°"°m""”‘ "ml "' U"`; l“` |)"l""*l‘    
  - · - · · uwnt oi Home Fa.-amomics l>u··um· thc Qvluml ul ll __;·i 1 . . . `   1 1 I ._ I U Y I   ct the h(ll\ lllg lOl lllgllCl (IKHIIII} g(N.‘S (H1. 5lIl';|L|]|¥ ·
r   universities mc opeuec t1€1I (0015 to xxomen, 110t.1bx , . . . . _  . tlwwulm
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,_.·_1 Iowa, Utah, and \\21Sl]1llgtOl]. By 16zO Bllfilllgilfl, 111111015, . . , . . . .  K Bnmlm,"
. _ _ _ _ __ Grzmt Colleges amd Sum; l.‘lll\'l'l`Slll(.‘S lust full. Tlrcmlmy  { _
_ _ California, and BIISSOUII all had u few women enrolled, , . . . . , . . , glll€lll’(l1
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 T1   l lnuch heated d€bat€· From the St““dPOmt_ Of the "d“?m‘ growing demand for higher cducunimm us if in were simylx *”_fmZ;"m‘
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    when m€mY Of the Colleges were $¤‘¤ggl¤¤g with the supplied in thc [NIS!. The demand is cslwcizxllv strong lm . or 'ugg
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E-   would corrupt the mzumers and morals of both the bovs - _ _ _ . . ( , = memlycr
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Y 2   Iowa State College took the lead by Qsmbllshmg H Course Tll€S€ measures, along with lll’lpl'()\'(‘(l ubilitv m lnttmui 3 along “`i
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l   __ YB 0P€ a Wstematm and thorough Dmgidm in thdt Sul) pressed student body nt thc Unnvcrsnly ol l\l‘Illl|<.'l(}`· 3, plOl°$$01‘
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