THE KENTUCKY KERNEL
PATRONESS GIVES TEA JOINT CABINETS HIKE
FOR KAPPA DELTAS OUT FRANKFORT PIKE
Miss Jean McKinnon who has recently become a patroness of Kappa
Adelo Slado visited Mverviow, her Delta Sorority, was the guest of honor
father's camp on the Kentucky river, at a tea given Thursday afternoon,
January 30, by Mrs. D. D. Slade, at
Roberta Thornton spent Sunday the her home on Orosvenor avenue.
Those present were Miss McKinnon,
guest of her cousin, Mrs. Scott, on
Mrs. Mutchler, Mrs. Gay Hanna, Miss
Margaret McLaughlin, Miss Bell Sale,
Mary Archer Bell was the guest of
and the active members and pledges of
Jane Crawford on Maxwell Friday.
Epsilon Omega chapter of Kappa Del""Mrs. Homer Combest, Danville, was
ta. The active chapter consists of
the guest of her sister, Mary Helen
Misses Eliza Spurrier, Lois Brown, Ed
Whitworth, last week-end- .
na Berkele, Mamie Stormes Dunn, FlorMamie Storms Dunn was the guest ence Johnson, Elizabeth Kraft, and
of Kappa Delta last week.
Louise Will. The pledges are Misses
Louie Duncan Brown spent the week- Catherine Denton, Mary Elizabeth
end at her home near Lexington.
James, Allene Fratman, and Nancy
Frances and Elizabeth Klmbrough Smock.
had as their guests Ella Brown, Thomp
son Van Deren, Irene Evans, Jose
phine Evans and Helen Taylor for the PHILOSOPHIANS HEAR
DANTZLER ON WELLS
dance in Cynthiana, Friday night.
Lula Blakey spent several days this
Professor L. L. Dantzler addrest the
week in Cincinnati with her family.
Phllosophian Literary Society Wed
May Stevens, Williamsberg, was the
nesday evening, January 29, at Patguest of Ada Hardesty last week-enterson Hall. The subject was H. G.
Bell Sale is at Maxwell Hall as a
instudent at the University for the re- Wells. Professor Dantzler in an
teresting talk discust the author, who
mainder of the year.
Freda Lemon is visiting Elizabeth has become one of the most eminent
of modern English novelists and esMcGowan.
sayists, emphasizing Mr. Wells' opinSue Boardman spent last week-enions on such matters as Religion, Woat her home in Paris.
men and Social Problems.
Ann McAdams arrives this week to
spend a month at the Hall, while her
MISS HOPKINS RETURNS
family is in the South.
Virginia Helm Milner was the guest
Miss Christine Hopkins, instructor
of Virginia Croft Friday.
Minnie Jameson had as her guests, in the English Department, who has
Ada Hardesty and Mary Helen Whit- been ill with influenza, has returned
worth on Friday for the dance in Cyn- to Lexington. She has been spending
several weeks at her home in
PATT HALL PERSONALS
A complete line of select stock always on hand.
Tho cabinctB of the Y. W. and Y. M.
Corsage Bouquets a Specialty.
a hike into tho coun- 327 Main Street.
Saturday afttry and a "wiener roast"
E. T. TAMCOTT, Collet RtareMntatlvt.
Tho party left Patterson Hall early
in the afternoon, and "hiked" out the
old Frankfort pike. Supper was cook
ed on a huge bon Are, made on the
bank of a stream. Among those enjoy
Ing the feast were: Misses Elizabeth
McGowan, Eliza Piggott, Mildred Graham, Louise Will, Elizabeth Card,
Mary Beall, Adele Slade, Ruth Duck
wall, Austin Lilly, Eliza Clay Mason,
Elizabeth Kraft, Margaret Woll, Lucy
Dean; Messrs. Richard Duncan, Jesse
Tapp, Charles Downing, J. P. Barnes,
John Davis, Walker Waller, George
Gregory and Mr. Owens.
C. A. enjoyed
Welsh & Murray Printing jCo.
FRAT and DANCE PROGRAMS
DISCUSSION AT Y.W.
The publications of the Y. W. C. A.
were under discussion at the Y. W. C.
A. meeting Sunday night. Miss Aus
tin Lilly, who is chairman of the Pub
llcation Committee had charge of the
Short talks on current Y. W. C. A.
events were made by Loueglnia Billings, Margaret Harbison, Sara Harbison, Marguerite Yarbro, Kathleen
Professor J. T. C. Noe will be the
speaker at the next meeting held Feb.
9. All University girls are welcome.
Cohen, Smith & Co,
Men's and Women's High Grade Shoes
The meeting of the English Club,
Jessamine Cook, a former Univerwhich was not held Monday night on
sity student, was the guest of Vivian
account of the Grand Opera, will be
Delain last week-end- .
held February 10, at the home of MarLOST
Miss Billie Lindley, Georgetown, was LOST Topaz pin Friday, January 31, garet McClure, on Upper street. Prothe guest of Sal Henri Coleman last
on the campus. Return to Roberta fessor Mabie will speak.
Thornton, Patterson Hall.
Mrs. Beasley, "Williamstown, was the
guest of her daughter, Helen Beasley,
Say it With Flowers
CHAS. COHEN, Mtr
MONEY LOANED ON
Louise Smizer has returned to the
Hall after an attack of influenza.
Emma Louise Collins, Paris, was the
guest of her sisters, Marie and Mildred
Collins, last week-enfor the
Mildred Porter was the guest of
Elizabeth Marshall Friday.
Diamonds, Watches and ; Jewelry
HO S. Limestone St.,
HOME ECONOMICS CLUB
PICTURE TO BE MADE
CANDIES, FRUITS AND TOBACCOS
Watch for the Date
G D. CALLOWAY &ICO.
MISS LAURA SPURR
MRS. KOLBE TO ADDRESS
New Dancing Academy
DEVELOPING AND PRINTING
A Notable Hit of the Present Week
146 WEST MAIN STREET
SPECIAL UNIVERSITY RATES
Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday and 'Saturday Afternoons
Private Lessons I y Appointment
Dances Wednesday and Saturday Nights
"THE TIPTOP MERRYMAKERS"
Where Gorgeous Costumes and Beautiful Girls Predominate
Opp. Phoenix Hotel
Epsilon Omega Chapter of Kappa
Delta Sorority announces the pledging
of Belle Sale, of Frankfort, ky.
Epsilon Chapter of Alpha Gamma
Delta Sorority announcea the pledging
of Hallio Kay Frye of Waddy, Ky.
& Son Confectionary
The Home Economics Club will be
organized the first of the next semester. The picture of the club for the
Annual will be taken this week and
all old members and those who will
become members when the club reassembles are expected to come and be
in the picture.
The fraternity women and pledges of
the University are asked to meet in the
recreation hall of Patterson
Thursday afternoon at 4 o'clock to
hear Mrs. Parke Kolbe, national president of Kappa Kappa Gamma, speak
on matters of general fraternity
in "PALS FIRST"
Money Loaned on Reasonable Interest Rates
GREENFIELD & HALL
Phoenix Hotel Block
Romance of Tarzan, Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday
Gladys Brockwell"The Call of The Soul," Thurs- ''
day, Friday and .Saturday.
Try to fet in
Make Your Seat Reservations Now