nctivo chnptcr: Misses Elizabeth Arnold, Margaret Arnold, Carolyn Bas-coCurtis Bcuhlcr, Virginia Boyd,
Knthcrinc Best, Susan Briggs, Fran
ces Cregor, Evelyn
Colvin, Snra Curie, Mary Ellon Dale,
Grace Davis, Beatrice Gant, Ora Gor
tho week-en- d
nt the Delta Delta Deltn don, Mary Gordon, Emily Gregory,
Eugenia Harrington, Alice Hudson,
Saturday, April 24
Sigma Beta XI announce the pledg- Lucy Holt, Louise Jefferson, Mary
Delta Zcta tea dance in Pntt hall. ing of John W. Bates, of Mayfleld, Cnuley,ElizabethMcCormlck, Harriet
Alumni Dance from 9 to 12 o'clock, Kentucky.
Alpha Delta Theta announce the Earlc Middleton, Josephine Skain,
in the gymnasium.
pledging of Irene Brummitt of Sturg-i- s, Mnrgarct Simpson, Sara Shelby, Eliz
Chi Omega Tea
abeth Skelton, Cynthia Smith, Eleanor
Alpha chapter of Chi
Omega entertained with a delightful
Thompson, Helen Van Dcrvcer, Mnrgtea dance at their chapter house Tues-,
Kappa Kappa Gamma sorority en- arct Williams, Mary Austin Waddcll,
day, from 4 until G o'clock, in honor of tertaincd Saturday evening in tho Nnncy Wilson nnd Elizabeth Wood;
the mothers, patronesses, alumnae, ballroom of tho Phoenix hotel with and pledge, Miss Christine Thomas.
nnd friends of the fraternity.
one of tho most delightful formal
Alpha Delta Thcta Bridge
The house was beautifully decorated dances of the year. (Music was furnAlpha Delta Theta sorority enter
with spring flowers and delicate ices ished by the Rhythm Kings.
and cakes were served.
Tho decorations were very original tained with n bridge party at the
black and white futuristic designs chnptcr house on Linden Wnlk Sat
arranged to represent n Parisian Cafe. urday afternoon from 3 to G o'clock.
The house was attractively decorat
The hostesses were members of the
Miss Sammie Hill, of Paris, spent
ed with spring flowers. A delicious
snlad course was served.
The hostesses, members of the act
ive chapter were: Misses Frances
No doubt you are interested
committee in charge of arrangements were ns follows: Louise
Wnchs, chairman, Tholmn
Louise Voicrs, Gladys
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After spending a few days the
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Alpha Xi Banquet
Founders' day in the Alpha Xi Delta
sorority was observed by a delightful
banquet Saturdny evening at the La
The decorations were baskets con
taining the pink rose of Alpha Xi
and place cards carrying out the rose
Following the annual .custom of Xi
chapter in presenting an Alpha .Xi
Delta jewelled pin to the pledge having the highest standing, Miss
Margaret Grider was given the award,
Miss Eleanor Ballantine making the
The following girls were present at
the banquet: Misses Eleanor Ballantine, Elizabeth Morris, Louise Atkins,
Anna Louise Wise, Katherine Brown,
Mrs. T. A. Ballantine, Virginia Bak
er, Mrs. Kicliaru Hopkins, ftciith
Moore, Helen Brewer, Mary Elizabeth
Luxon, Lois Pearl, Marshall ' Paull,
Mrs. Melford Berry, Mrs. C. C. Haley,
Gridei', Austin Lilly, Frances White,
Irma .Bain, Lyda Andei'son,
Newt McConathy, Misses Dora Ed
wards, Frances Montgomery, Mary
Louise Marvin, Zelma Hall, Geraldine
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Saturday morning in Paris by Rev.
D. B. Crockett.
Mrs. Hughes is graduate of the
University of Kentucky and of the
Cincinnati Conservatory of Music. She
is a member of Kappa Delta sorority
and of Phi Beta, honorary music so
A xt rk w
Lovely selections of fresh crisp
active chapter with a bridge Friday
afternoon from 2 until 6 'clock nt the
Alphi XI Alumni Entertains
The Alumni association of the Alphi)
Xi Delta fraternity entertained the
Palmer, Edith Farmer,
Prcwitt, Laura Belle Smith, Margaret
Gooch, Nellie Clay Corbin, Virginia
Bocook, Irene Cullis, Virginia Robinson, Virginia Heizer, Frances Stev
enson, Nell Farmer, Hallie Day Bach.
Pledges: Miss Irene Brummitt, Grace
Alverson, Hazel Hughes, Emma
Eugenia Money, Dorothy Staet-leElizabeth Yarbough and Dee
The university classes for men and
women at tho First Methodist Church
Elizabeth will entertain Friday evening, April
in Apparel of
qient the week) end np-- f
Dorothy AT frnm fl in 11 o'clock.
Hubbard, Annn Welsh Hughes, Dornr. and Mrs.Vrnnk Th"
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orchestra will ...h., Thursdav for Iul3'
Wood, Ruth McDonald, Shelby Diet- ment.
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rich, Sara Collopy, Knthcrinc For-syth- c, furnish niuAic.
Mr. S. A. Holes ts in charge of the cintioti meeting and Mrs. !
men's class, and Mr. J. T. Sutton of i attend' tho luncheon given
the Kentucky hotel by nlur
Mr. Tom Bnllnntine of Louisville various eastern colleges.
with tho annual sqphom' rc cotillion,
Snturday afternoon jn the gymnasium
from 3 to G o'clock.
The programs were white booklets
with blue lettering. Music was furna,
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