was furnished by the Rhythm Kings
home of the bride in Williamstown.
Miss O'Hara was a member of the
Saturday, January C
Cadet Hop In the nfternoon nt the
The Kappa Delta fraternity enter
taining vith a formal dance in the
evening in the ballroom of the Phoenix hotel.
The wedding of
O'Hara, daughter of Mr. ond Mrs,
James O'Hara, of Williamstown, to
Mr. Richard Jones, son of Major and
Mrs. T. Jones, of Arizona, will be
solemnized on February 13, at the
Founder's Day Banquet
Sigma Beta Upsilon fraternity celc
brntcd their founder's day on Satur
day, January 23, in tho private dining
room of the Lafayette hotel.
The decorations were in scarlet and
silver, the fraternity colors. Tapers
in silver holders and red roses adorn
ed the table. Miss Anna Marie O'Con
nell, toastmistress, called upon Misses
Edith Minihan, Kathryn McGurk, and
Mary Alex O'Hara for toasts.
Presentation was made by the
alumnae of two silver cups to the best
member of the active chapter and of tho pledges, namely, Miss
Beth HuddleBton, active and Miss Eliz
nbeth Shea, pledge.
Charming favors of silver bar pins
bearing the greek letters of the fra
tcrnity were given the guests, which
included tho active chapter, alumni,
Delta Zeta Tea Dance
Onhof the most attractive tea
dances of tho season was given by the
Delta Zeta pledges in honor of the
active members on Saturday after
noon, January 16, from 3 until
o'clock in Pattorson hall.
Tissue roses, in which clickers were
concealed, were given to tho girls.
The boy's favors consisted of whistles
in the form of cigars and cigarettes
Ferns surrounded the orchestra, fruit
punch was served and peppy music and pledges.
January graduating class. She is
on the campus for her
cleverness and her charming personality. She was a member of the Sigma Beta Upsilon fraternity, of Thcta
Sigma Phi, honorary journalistic fraternity, and of Mortar Board. She
was active in student
affairs and was a member of the
Women's Athletic Association nnd the
Mr. Jones was formerly a student
at Washington University, at St.
Louis, where he was a member of the
Phi Delta Theta fraternity.
After tho .ceremony, the couple will
leave for Arizona. Their friends here
join in wishing them every happiness.
Tho active members arc: Ruth
Knthcrine Demit, Ruth
Fields, Mnrearct Wooton, Ethel Bar
nard, Corrino CowrHI, Ann Williams
Mary Jnne Lylo, Alice Younjr, Jane
The pledges: Betty Benson, Cclona
Reese, Bona Latin, Nnncy Kedwcll
Lydin Lathal, Louise Tilcy, Muriel
Ilinks, Eleanor Bcggs, Wilma Robin
son, Ella Marie Kintsler, Henrietta
Howell, Mary Kate Bledsoe and Mary
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Williams, of Louisville,
week nt tho Alpha XI house on S.
Tri DeltMiss Ruth Shelton, of
Ashland, spent tho week-en- d
Delta Dcltn Deltn house on E. Maxwell.
Miss Chnrlscy Smith, of Owcnton,
returned Fridny, January 22, from
Chicago, where she nttended tho Little
Sister movement of the Y. W. C. A.
The deepest oil well
measured 7,579 feet.
something different In the atmosphere
nt tho "President's Mansion" this
particular afternoon. Every other
was busllv en
gifgod with the
They stood five or six deep around
someone, the center of attraction.
If you have ever tried to get through
n group of girls when they don't
want to move, you will understand
why it wns nearly half an hour before I could find out who it wns. Mr.
Grehan, of coursel I might have
known. Laughing, joking, wonderful
ly interesting, so nice, nnd yet he just
would not flirt. It wns wrcravatinir
Well, popularity is n grcnt thine.
nnd I vc always wondered why everyone wants to tnke journalism. Still
that doesn't cxplnin why so many
boys like it
it'3 not n "snap." Oh
yes, they wnnt to sec how he does it.
as delegate from the university.
Prof. Lorndo Taft, of Chicago, famous sculptor nnd lecturer, gave two
interesting lectures at tho university
Thursday, January 21. The J. B. Sax
Memorial fund made It posssiblo for
Mr. Taft to como to tho university.
Dr. and Mrs. Frank McVey will
entertain with the nfternoon ten Wednesday for tho students and fnculty.
Alpha Gamma Dcltn announces tho
pledging of Thelmn Johnson, of Knn- 3as. miss Johnson wns pledged nfter
the last issue of tho Kernel enmo nnf
and this has been the first time thnt
a notice of it could be published.
Good luck, boys!
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Following the Georgia Tech game
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Miss 0 Hara is a January grad
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As usunl, Wednesday
found tho most attractive nnd popu
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Tea at Maxwell Place
Dr. and Mrs. Frank L. McVey enter
tained at Maxwell Place with after
noon tea for the visitors who were
here for Farmer's Week at the uni
versity, and for the board of the Ken
tucky Federation of Women's clubs.
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Miss Eugenia O'Hara was honored
on Saturday evening, January 23, with
a surprise miscellaneous snowcr at the
Sigma Beta Upsilon chapter house
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Phillip Rush, nnd Dow Caldwell.
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