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Tins KENTUCKY KKNttfL field Blount and Mr. Blount, in New the Kappa Sigma fraternity. , Athletic Conference Smyrna, Fla., Saturday afternoon at The young couple will make their The annual meeting of the Southern j 5 o'clock. home in Knoxville where Mr. Cole has Athletic Conference opened here i ntTt.lo.il.ir w!k lta.Jnni4an Mb tVa ' rv.fei bill The Rev. Father Bealmeyer per- an interest in a drug store. AUUISU.J ucau4Ui KIO SOCIETY NOTES CALENDAR Friday, December 9 Alpha Delta Theta tea dance at 3:30 o'clock at Patterson hall. Southern intercollegiate banquet at the Lafayette hotel. Saturday, December 10 Chi Omega sorority luncheon at Chimney Corner. Chi Omega alumna luncheon at Lafayette hotel. Delta Delta Delta tea dance at Patterson hall at 3:30 o'clock. Kappa Sigma dinner at 6:30 o'clock at the Phoenix hotel. Alpha Sigma Phi dance at 9 o'clock at the Phoenix hotel. Phi Sigma Kappa dance at the fayette hotel. 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Miss Collopy was a junior in the College of Agriculture at the university. She is a member of Phi Beta, musical sorority, and Alpha Xi Delta, social sorority. Mr. Cassidy was graduated last Phi Beta Pledging year from the university. He is a Phi Beta, honorary musical sorormember of the Alpha Sigma Phi fra- ity, held formal pledging Saturday ternity. afternoon at 1:30 o'clock at the home of Margaret Gooch on Hambrick aveFollowing the pledging a denue. Sorority Luncheon Zeta Tau Alpha sorority enter- lightful ice course was served. tained with an informal luncheon SatThe new pledges are Misses Louise urday in honor of Mrs. W. F. Moore, Godbey, Janet Lalley, Ann McFar-lanOlivia Perkins and Alice Young. of Louisville, the president of the Active members are: Misses Geral-din- e Delta province, at the chapter house Cosby, Rowena Noe, Katherine on East Maxwell street. Best, Mary Brawn Bradley, Sarah Dean Anderson Leaves Dean Paul Anderson, of the College Callopy, Katherine Carey, Mary Ellen of Engineering, left last Saturday on Dale, Louisa Dudley, Edith Fuller, Jane Gooch, Margaret Gooch, Nancy an extended business trip East. He addressed the Boston Engineers Godbey, Mary Virginia Haley, DorClub on Monday, December 6, on the othy Johnson, Maxiiie Lewis, Dorothy subject, "Recent Progress in Heating Monroe, Rosanna Ruttencutter, La Una Ramsey, Josephine Frasier and and Ventilating." From the 6 to 10 of December, Mrs. Lola Robinson. Dean Anderson was in New York atPage Five) tending the annual meeting, of the (Additional Society American Society of Mechanical Engineers and the meetings of the advisory committee of' the National Power Exposition, which will be held this week at Grand Central Palace in New York. On the evening of December 8, the Kentucky Alumni Club of New York, held the dinner, at which Dean Anderson was a guest of honor. Pan-Hellenic Sorority Luncheon. The Kappa Delta Sigma sorority entertained with a luncheon at Chimney Corner, last Saturday, the pledges hosts to the active members. The decorations were of red and white carnations and tapers, with red and white mints and other details to carry out the color scheme of red mt and white, the sorority colors. The pledges who were hostesses for 'he occasion were, Misses Florine Hamilton, Jean Rensberger, Camille Handy, Adelaide Jackson-- Anne Gordon Parker, Jane Ross, Doris Striker, Mary Gaines Cartinhour, Kate Green, Marian Hunt and Katherine Shearer. Their chaperone was Miss Frances Mrs. News has ben received here of the marriage of Miss Monica McClure-4- e Mr. Robert Cole. The wedding was solemnized in Louisville, Saturday afternoon. Miss McClure was a popular member of the Delta Delta Delta sorority and attended school here last year. She resides at Leitchfield, Ky. Mr. Cole is from Barbourville, Ky. He was graduated from the university last year and was an active and outstanding student. He is a melmber of Yetit's 28 lighterihanxvhea made with rubber And it writes immediately, and keeps on writing, with merely the pressure of irs own light weight you simply guide it. It clears the track for THINKING. And! it's a satisfaction, too, to "pull a good one" when you write or lend. Lafayette hotel. Thursday evening at 6:30 o'clock the coaches entertained with a dinner at the Phoenix hotel. This morning the visitors wro taken on a motor car trip through Grass where places of historic interest were visited. Friday evening, the conference will close with a banquet at 6 o'clock at the Lafayette hotel. Mr. S. A. Boles is the chairman of the program committee. Other members are Mr. S. C. Sanford, Dr. W. D. Funkhouser and Mr. Harry Gamage. Engagements Cole McClure iHI broken. That's another thing: formed the ceremony. Following the ceremony a reception was held and a buffet supper in two courses was served.. In the center of the dining table was the wedding cako which was cut by the bride. The bride and bridegroom left later for a wedding trip and on their return will be at home at 640 North Faulkner street, in New Smyrna. Mis. Watson was graduated from the University of Kentucky in the class of 1926 where she was a member of the Kappa Kappa Gamma sorority. Mr. Watson was graduated from the New' Smyrna High school and finished his education at Rollins College, Winter Park, Fla., before entering business with his father. Lehman Mckown The following invitations have been received here: Mr. and Mrs. William George Lehman request the honor of your presence at the marriage of their daughter - Elizabeth to Mr. George Ivan McKown on Saturday, the tenth of December at eight, o'clock in the evening Presbyterian Church Midway, Kentucky Enclosed were cards: Reception immediately following ceremony at the home of the bride Please reply. 1 Breakable -- PAGB THREE I comb