THE KENTUCKY KERNEL
Salycrs, Cy Greene, Fred Dial, of
Georgetown; Misses Mary Ellen
Cook, Elizabeth Sorrcll, Messrs. R.
Purim, Paul A. Cundlff;
Edward W. Hughes and John Kellcy
Ryan, of Winchester; John Rldgo-wa- y,
of Morchcnd; Enos Swain and
William Caywood, of Danville.
Davis, J, C. Flnlcy, Dwlght
Jess Laughlln, James
Shropshire, J. D. Williamson, William Hclzcr, James Hester, Fred
Flstcr, John Benson, Ralph Hardi-ma- n,
C. E. Colvln, G. B. Flnlcy,
Hayes Owens, Stanley Milward, Paul
McBraycr, Howard Fitch, Preston
Ordwny, Robert O'Dear, Leonard
Founders' Day bnnquct nt the Phoe- - .SuKy Circle of the University
nix hotel nt 6:30
with the annual gingham Weakley and Laurence Shropshire.
Friday, May 10
PI Knppa Alpha Mothers' Day dance Friday evening, closing the
Mothers' Club Meets
The Delta Tnu Deua fraternity dinner at the chapter house on Rose May Day ceremonies. Miss Martha
need, Queen of the May, presided
The regular monthly meeting of
I over the
the Delta Tau Delta, Mothers' Club,
Music was furnished by "Willie was held Monday afternoon at 3
Willis and His College Orchestra," o'clock at the chapter house on Lex.of Richmond. Va., and chapcrones ington avenue. The business meet
'nm Viloo Mnrrmnrlta MfI.niinhllll. ing of the afternoon included plans
Mrs. Edward F. Fnrquhar, Mrs. M. for a tea to be given on June 3 at
the fraternity house in honor of the
O. Cundlff and Mrs. J. W. Smith.
graduates' parents who will be here
As an Interesting part of the evfor the commencement exercises.
ening, two plcdglngs were conductThe hostesses for tills event will be
ed, that of the SuKy Circle and
the members of the club who live
honorary Junior organizaLances,
in the city. The remainder of the
The active members of SuKy are afternoon was devoted to the annual
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Misses Mary Brown, Frances Baskett, i election of officers,
Mildred Little. Lucille Short, Mar- I
garet Wilson, Martha Mlnlhan, Ann
Fraternity Officers Announced
Rodes, Messrs. Henry Bowman, Fred
The Delta Tau Delta fraternity
Conn, Frank Davidson, John Cess, wishes to announce the fraternity
William Glanz. Robert Gibson, Joe officers for the c6ming year: PresiTurner, James Hester, Austin Graves, dent, Walter Vest; vice president,
Jamc3 Whitfield, William Young.
Laurence Shropshire; treasurer,
This year's pledges to the Circle
Trott; corresponding secretary,
are Misses Eunice Jane Denton, Carlos Jagoe; recording secretary,
Mary Elizabeth Fisher, Hayes
Margaret Cundlff, Messrs. 'Leonard
FOURTH FLOOR EMBRY CO.
Robert Allsover, Malcolm Barnes,
Vernon Chandler, Ted Cassldy, Ben
The Strollers entertained with an
Harrison, Robert Porter, Slade Carr
Informal dance Saturday night in
and William Kelly.
During: the month of May we are giving-- our Steam Vapor PermThe men who were chosen by .' the Men's gymnasium. "Willie WilLances are Messrs. Ralph Woodall, lis and His College Orchestra"
anent Waves for $5.00 Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday of each week.
Richard Morris, Ben Harrison, Earl played the music for the occasion.
Keys, honorary sophomore organiwirtcr KnnfT John Prewitt. William
Our Hair Specialist examines your hair carefully
Trott, E. T. Riley, Stewart Augustus, zation, held pledgfiing exercises for
the ten most deserving freshmen
Jake Bronston, narry
to insure satisfaction.
this year, Messrs. William Klelser,
Kenneth Andrews, George Hillen,
Scabbard and Blade pinner
Robert Porter, Henry Wieman.Jack
Scabbard and Blade, honorary Robey, Jack Phipps, John Drury
military fraternity of the University,
and John Venn.
held a dinner last night at 6:30
The active chapter members are:
o'clock in the gold room or tne
hotel. Only members of Messrs. John Carey Splcer, Jake
fraternity and of the military de
were Bronston, Howard Williams, Pat
partment of the University
Alberts and Henry Bowman.
Miss Marguerite McLaughlin, Mr.
Kenneth Baker president of the Frank Fowler, Mrs. J. M. Crutcher,
rhnntpr. nreslded as toastmaster.
Prof, and Mrs. E. F. Farquhar were
Among the guests present were Gen 'chaperones for the dance. Several
eral George B. Duncan, Major tian hundred guests were present.
Dixon Foster, Major John F. Wall,
Col. Charles Morrow, Lieut. Joseph
'Alpha Delta Theta Dinner
Beard, Captain Fred Staples, Major
The active chapter of Alpha Delta
O. R. Meredith. Dr. O. H. Plnney,
Major Basil Spaulding, Captain Theta sorority entertained last Frl- Richard Gessford, Captain S. W. iday night at 6 o'clock with a din- Second
Schmidt, Lieutenant J. L. Keasler. j ner at their chapter house on East
Mpmhers of the chaDter are Ken Maxwell street in honor of the
neth Baker, J. W. Bratcher, Homer i graduates.
The house was beautifully deco- Carrier, A. W. Chapman, H. K.
street nt 6:30 o'clock.
Sunday, May 12
..Phi Kanna Tou entertaining Phi
I Eta. nntlonal mothers' club, with 12
dinner at the chapter house nt
Misses Evelyn Laird, of Covington, and Sophie Gilbert, of Frankfort, were guests at the Delta Zcta
house last week-enMessrs. O. F. Terrell and Howard
Shafcr, of Cincinnati, were visitors
at the Phi Sigma Kappa house last
Nell Osborne Beauty Shoppe
Mr. Ray Carrol, of Cleveland, national vice president of the Delta
Tau Delta, was a visitor at the local
chapter house last week-enMr. Ernest Powell, of Ravenna,
was a visitor at the Sigma Beta XI
house last week-enMr. Richard Conn has returned
from South America for a
vocation and is visiting at
the Delta Chi house.
Mr. Burt Cornell, of Louisville,
spent last week-en- d
at the Delta
Tau Delta house.
L. Haydon, C. M. Kin-dol- l,
J. W. Brown and J. L. Collins
visited In Louisville over the weekend.
visitors at the Zeta
Tau Alpha sorority house were:
Misses Jennie Chlzhome, of Charleston, W. Va.; Susan Gatewood and
Gladys Tabor, og Mt. Sterling, and
La Verne Lester, of Princeton.
Miss Agnes Stlman was a weekend visitor in Louisville.
Messrs. Le Roy Keffer, of
and Glenn Baucon, of
Sharpsburg, were visitors at the
Sigma Alpha Epsllon fraternity
house over the week-en- d.
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Quarter ounce flacons
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forget her this year. Drop in and
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you know she likes and we will
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and you will be gratified to know
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In loving remembrance ns In the
r gift itself. Better
make a note of
Mother, you know, always did
like choice confectionery.
Correct Apparel for
Don't Forget Mother's Day
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Miss Frances Mauzy spent the
Mrs. J. T. Stlmnn and daughter,
guests at the week-en- d
In Richmond with Miss
Ocan. were week-en- d
Kappa Delta sorority house.
Mary Catherine Jasper.
Miss Emily Hayes, of Owenton,
Miss Eva Jenkins, of Ellzabcth- ls visiting at the Alpha XI Delta town, was a week-en- d
visitor at the
Alpha XI Delta sorority house.
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"SPECIAL ATTENTION TO
Norwood Mining Society Dinner
The Norwood Mining Society of
the University entertained with a
dinner Monday night at 6:30 o'clock
in the red room of the Lafayette
192 W. Short, Lexington
Mr. C. A. Moss, president of the
Bring 'em today - get 'em tomorrow
society, was the toastmaster, introducing the following speakers: Prof.
C. S. Crouse, Dean W. E. Freeman,
Dean F.Paul Anderson, Claire Dees,
representative of the senior class,
and C. A. Moss, representative of
the unlor class.
Guests of the club were the speakers and Professors P. C. Emrath, M.
W. Beebe, and L. C. Robinson. Students who were also invited were
Messrs. Ted Cassidy, Richard Bar- '
ley and Richard Thornberry.
The guests of honor were Misses
Jessie Marie Clements, Margaret
Gooch, Nell Farmer, Utha Dean,
Elizabeth Wells, Gertrude Anderson,
Frances Stallard and Irene Brum-met- t.
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Summer fashion and the Summer
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A Large Assortment of
EVENING and DANCE FROCKS
The annual informal midnight
feast was civen Monday at The
j Herald office in honor of the stu-- I
dents who were publishing Tues
The affair was instituted by Prof,
and Mrs. Enoch Grehan some years
ago, but owing to their absence this
year The Herald staff acted as host.
About seventy-fiv- e
present for the most enjoyable affair.
Herald Dinner for Students
The members of the staff of the
student edition of The Herald were
guests at a dinner given in the
Venetian Toom of the Canary Cot- tage Monday night by The Lexlng- ton Herald. Messrs. O'Rear Barnes
and Paul Goodloe, representatives
oi me paper, uciea as nosis.
tulips decorated the
table and a most enlovable menu
The guests Included the editors
'of The Kernel and the
students who were Miss Martha
Lindsey, Richmond; Messrs. R. K.
210 W. MAIN
Extra High Grade
Jamesburg, N. J.,
December 2, 1927
dear of you;
An' a candle's burnin' brightly,
An' it says your lovo is true.
For the days are long, of waltin',
An' the nights are longer still,
An' sometimes (always smokin')
I pick up this old quill
An' try to write some poetry
To tell you of my love.
As poetry it ain't much good,
But holy days above-I- t's
jest the best I can, an' so
You'll find me, when I'm through.
dear, of you.
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