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Group Seeks Establishment
«Of Real Library At Greendale


Ways and means toward providing
an adequate library for the Ken-
tucky Houses of Reform at Green-
dale were discussed at a meeting
Friday of men and women interested
in. that work, The meeting was
called by the project committee of
the Lexington Council for Social
Planning. Those in attendance were
Mrs. Hammond Dugan, supervising
director of the Fayette county ‘circu-
lating library; Norman Braden, as-
sistant to State Welfare Director
Margaret Woll; Col. D. Y. Dunn,
the Rev. Father George O'Bryan, O.
B. Wilder, John Berger and Ed Mc-
Elfresh, representing the WPA; Caro-
lyn Stewart, the presiding chairman;

Byron, Mrs_ Frank McCarthy and
Miss Elizabeth Cohran of the East-
ern State hospital staff.

A committee, composed of Mrs.
Dugan, chairman; Miss Lena Nofcier
of Frankfort, state director of li-
braries; Mrs. Waller Bullock, Miss
Margaret King, Miss Carrie L. Hunt,
Mr. McElfresh, Mr. Braden, Colonel
Dunn, Miss Susan Miller and Miss
Nan Lacy, was named to work with
other persons in formulating plans
for the establishment of a library
at the school for use of the boys
and girls. The group adopted a

resolution deploring the inadequacy
of the library and expressing the
hope one could be raised to the
standard of the state board of educa-





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Miss Elizabeth Daingerfield Mrs. w. D. Blanding

Miss Daingertield and Mrs. Blanding, two enthusiastic members of the Friends committee of the Fayette County Circulating libraryE 1:126 53:12:
above. Miss Daingerfield is one of the country’s most widely known horsewomen and noted woman breeder. Mis. Blanding,lmo we: 0’ esst albe-
G. Blandinv dean of women at the University of Kentucky, and Miss Ellen Blanding, supervisor of muSicun the Paris schoo s, is s oxin s a e

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