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Image 3 of The Kentucky Kernel, June 24, 1955

Part of The Kentucky Kernel

TIIK KKNTIiCKY KKKNKI.. Friil.iv. June 21. Marketing Specialists Meet Here Marketing specialists from states, Canada, Hawaii, and Puerto Rico have been meeting on the campus during the past week for conferences and a short course. A total of one hundred and sixty men and women representing state universities and experiment stations, state departments of marketing and other institutions, the United States Department of Agriculture and agencies concerned with the marketing of farm produce registered here Friday, the seventeenth. The University and other Kentucky institutions sent about forty delegates to the meeting. International and national specialists on the marketing problems spoke to the general assembly In the mornings, while in the afternoon workshop groups dealing with particular problems met. Presiding Friday were Dr. A. J. Brown, head of the Agricultural New Office Hours In Effect For Summer The offices of the University clays during the summer. Satur-wi- ll close at 4:00 p.m. on week days all offices will close at 12:30. 1 Adl ONE DAY thirty-t- W :, 3 cm a (J 111.-.- 0.- 0dU Gran DANCE TO THE MUSIC OF hree Department Economics at the University of Kentucky and Wilson M. Routt, assistant state commissioner of agriculture. Speakers that night were W. C. Crow of the Department of Agriculture at Washington and L. L. Bodger of Michigan State University. At an opening dinner meeting at the Student Union, Dean Frank J. Welch of the College of Agriculture presided and Dr. Leo Cham-berli- n, acting president of the University welcomed the visitors. Frank Frazier, Richmond, Va., delivered the speech of the evening. SERVICE MONDAY THRU FRIDAY Hit Piano and His Orchestra NO ADDED COST DeBOOR 265 Euclid Ave. Cash & MSJ. 9-- 1 Discount 15 Next to Coliseum NIGHT CLUB HOUSE FOR RENT EVERY NIGHT EXCEPT SATURDAY Carry Chevrolets special KENTUCKY TYPEWRITER hill-flattener- s! SERVICE Typewriters, Adding Machines RENTAL SERVICE 162 hp VS 180 in V8 SPECIAL RATES TO STUDENTS Repair service, adding machines, new and used portables, carbons, ribbons, and office supplies. PHONE 387 ROSE ST. 07 Mi : FOR COMPLETE EYE CARE 7.7 jV k CONSULT YOUR tt &&M rD,,r hill-tlattene- Optometrist Sponsored by W. McKelvey J. R. Watkins S. M. Younger H. H. Fine D. pV-Jt- p. WIV - $ Hig-bor- hyper-efficien- "Hw.;.,.;. For Any CALL km i FLOWERS Occasion rs .. FAYETTE COUNTY CYTOMETRIC SOCIETY Dr. Dr. Dr. Dr. See that fine fat mountain yonder? You can iron it out. Hat as a llounder . . . and easy as whistling! Just point one of Chevrolet's sjKfial at it (either the Ki2-h."Turbo-Fir- e V8" or the 18();h.p. "Sujk-Turbo-Fire"- ) . . . and pull the trigger! Mister, you got you a flat mountain! At least it feels flat. For here are engines that sing as sweetly as a dynamo . . . built to pour out a torrent of pure, e vibrationless jH)wer. V8's with the shortest stroke in the industry. So most of the time they loaf. Kven at the sjeed limit they just dream along, purring out a fraction of their strength. An engineer can understand why they t. are so Hut you don't have to be an engineer to know that these are f 5! -- VV. IT the sweetest running V8's you ever piloted. Just come in and try one out! Uptiotud at tstr was. ! 'Ml, WW Michler Florist 417 East Maxwell Dial 3-09- 29 See Your Chevrolet Dealer .1

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