llghtful party Saturday evening.
president of the chnpter, presided as'
The first of the evening's pleasures tonstmistress and n number of spark-wa- s
The Ilnfincsquo Hotnny club will
dinner nt the Lafayette hotel, ling responses were made by members
This wns followed by n theatre party of the active chnpter nnd nlumnnc.
moot Thursday night, Mnrch 25, with
nt the Romnny theatre to see the piny,
The presenting of the nnnunl gift to
Wt A. Anderson ns the snenker. All
tho pledge of Inst semester, now one
members nre Invited to attend.
Dr. Hamilton Is nn cducntor, lectur- -' of tho active member's of the chapter,
Miss Rebecca Smith, formerly of or nnd writer nnd has traveled abroad n I'wt representative of tho fraternity
spirit wns nn Interesting
Pnducnh, Ky., now of Christian Col n grent deal, Investigating social con- - Wenls
lege, Fort Worth, Texas, wna a guest dltions in Switzerland, nnd other l"rt of the program. Miss Amelia P.
was the winner, receiving an
dnncc in the nfternoon from of Knppa Delta for the Phi Hotn Knp countries. During the World War lie
service In France with, the Anicr- -. tractive Delta Deltn Delta bracelet.
.l:.'tO to'fi o'clock in Patterson ball pa initiation.
lean Hod Cross and has been enirneeri m,ss "cien JMmni, whu wim mu Km
tflvon by th0 birls of Boyd nnd PatterKnppa Delta Tea
in the study of the social life among n 1025, made the award.
Epsilon Omega of Knppa Delta en the Kskimos of Alaska, nnd Indians
Among those present for the nffnir
Junior Prom, annual formal dance
tcrtnined with n delightful tea on Sat of the Southwest. During the serv were: Misses Ruth Kehoe, Cnrolyn
in the evening in the gymnasium.
urday In the chapter bouse on Stone ing of dinner the guests had the Averill, Margaret Avcrill, Martha I).
Saturday, March 10
Freshmen engineers' dance In the avenue, In honor of three of its mem pleasure of hearing some of the In Edclen, Bernice Edwards, Amelia P.
berr who received the Phi Beta Knppi cidents of his work nnd travel.
evening in Dicker hall.
Among the guests were Dr. Hamil Jones, Mnrgnrct Jones, Gladys Smith,
Zeta Tau Alnhn soroity entertain I:oy Inst week.
The guests of honor were: Misses ton, Dean and Mrs. C. R. Melcher, Alice Young, Billy Whitlow, Hetsy
ing with their forpinl dance, in thci
evening, in the ballroom of the rhoe Rebecca Smith, of Pnducnh,' teacher at Miss Ruth Melcher, Miss Dorothy Mil Worth, ..Frances
Texas Christian University, nnd grnd ler, Dcnn Virginia Frnnkc, Messrs. Champ, Lucille
tiato of the university In 1D1G; Mary William Hillcn, W. S. Hamilton, of Reeves, Knthcrine McWilllnms, Emma
Agnes Gordon, graduate in the class Louisville;
Louis Shackelford, Hor Kelley, Helen Board, Jean
AND TO ALL PARTS OF
Evelyn Wright, Dorothy Baker, Mario
of 1025, who Is working on her mas nco Miller Clay.
Beckner, Ruth McCord, Helen Samptor's degree in psychology; and Fran
Mr. Walter Ferguson, of Covington
son, Frances Mnltby,
Alpha Gamma Delta Tea
Independent and Conducted'
was a guest at the Pi Knppa Alpha cos Leo, prominent on the campus a"nd
one of the two Undergraduate girls to
house during the week-enTOURS
Epsilon chnpter of Alpha Gamma Magdalene Rogers, Lucille Howard, Lillchave gained this coveted honor.
To Europe nnd the Orient
Delta fraternity entertained with a Elizabeth Gaitskill, Elizabeth
Miss Helen Twomey, of Cincinnati
Those in the receiving line were tea at the chapter house, Thursday ston, Helen Ralston and Mnbel C.
national inspector of Alpha Delta
Around the World, South Ameriin Miss Anne Louise Singleton, president afternoon from 3 until 5 o'clock, in Graham
Thcta sorority, spent the week-en- d
can, West Indinn, Mediterranean
Lexington ns guest of the Alpha nnd of the chapter, Miss Smith. Miss Gor honor of Mrs. Lottie Bell Crow PorPiano Recital
don, Miss Lee, Mrs. T. A. Stebbins ter, president of Gamma privince, who
and Miss Margie McLaughlin, faculty
A beautiful piano recital was give
Several members of Knppa Gamma advisor for the fraternity. The dec is inspecting tho chnpter.
Friday evening, Mnrch 12, in the aud
The house nnd tea table were frag
nre planning, to attend the national orations were spring (lowers, which
the Lexington College
convention to bo held last week in were placed throughout
rant with flowers. A delicious' snlad itoriumbyofMiss Beiilnh Mae Stillwell
the house and course wns served. The guests were Music
July nnd the first week in August in on the tea table.
of the faculty of tho Lexington Col
Among them uro:
guests including received by Mrs. Lottie Belle Crow lege of Music, assisted by Samuel
About seventy-fiv- e
Misses Helen Van Derveer, Josephine p.Iumni, putronesses, fraternity rep Porter, Virginia Kelley, president;
JUNE 23, AUGUST 6, 1926
Sknin, Curtis Buehler, of Lexington; icsentatives nnd house mothers called nnd Mrs. M. Johns, house mother.
Excellent Itinerary Covering Six
Miss Stillwell is well known in Lex
About seventy-fiv- e
Louise Jefferson, of Louisville, nnd during the, afternoon. '
ing alumnae, patronesses, two girls ington, her home, but this is the first
Marian Young, of Mt. Sterling.
ENGLAND, HOLLAND, GERfrom each fraternity on the campus, time that she has been beard in a re
MANY, SWITZERLAND and
Pi Kappa Alpha Banquet
Messrs. Thomas Deane and Fred
and nil c! the house mothers of the cital since a year's study and gradua
McLane, of Newport, were the guests
Alumni, and active members of the
tion at the Cincinnati Conservatory
Both Ocean Passages on
of Mr. Carl Ebert nt the Phi Kappa Pi Kappa Alpha in Kentucky and Ten fraternities were present.
of Music, where her pinno work was
Tau house over the week-ennessee and fraternity officers, alumni
done under the direction of .Mnie. M.
Phi Delt Banquet
Mr. Ambrose Stephenson, of Win and active members of other chapters
S. S. BERENGARIA
Kentucky Epsilon of Phi Delta Melville Liszniewsha, artist teacher.
Chester, was a guest at the Kappa in various states, held a founder's day
Conductor and Experienced
The program, played entirely from
Sigma house for the week-enbanquet in the Phoenix hotel on Theta entertained with Mondayannual memory, was a very exacting one, in
founder's day banquet,
Miss Mary Brown, of London, is Thursday evening.
ning, March 15, in the private dining cluding Chromatic Fantasy and Fu
visiting the Alpha Xi Delta's at their
Interesting toats were given by rep room of the Lafayette hotel. The guc, by Bach, Ballade in G Minor by
chapter house on S. Limestone.
resentatives of the various chapters table was beautifully decorated in Chopin the two pieces Prelude and
Trip Ocean Fare, Hotels, Meals,
Railroad Fares in Europe,
Mr. Robert Cicmb, superintendent Attractive menu cards bore the pic azure nnd argent, the fraternity col- Study, from "Children's Corner," by
Guides, Museum Entrance Fees,
of public .schools' in Bedford, Ky., tures, of the three chapter houses in ors.
Debussey, Etude in D flat major and
spent the past week-en- d
at the Sigma Kentucky and the program for the James Park, class of '15, Fayette Arage by Liszt, and the entire. So
county attorney, presided as toast- - nata in F Minor, Oo 5 by Brahms.
On Thursday afternoon, members of master.
Misses Stella Kclsall, and Martha
Interesting speeches were
This is said to be the first time
and Elizabeth Wheeler, of Louisville, the Transylvania and University of given by Dr. J. T. C. Noe and Judge that this Sonata has ever been given
Kentucky chapters, together with vis Lyman Chalkley for the alumni, Wil- in a public recital in Lexington and
are guests of Alpha Gamma Delta
Write or phone for literature
Misses Corinnc Cowgill and Bona iting members, went to Georgetown, liam Tunks, for the chapter, and Louis Miss Stillwell gave it a masterly
describing this and other tours.
Lotta attended the dinner-danc- e
given where they conferred a charter on Cox, for the freshmen.
by the Delta Zeta chapter at the Uni the Scarab club, thus reviving the old
Alumni and visitors present were:
JAMES M. MOLLOY
In the various compositions,
versity of Cincinnati, last Friday eve Alpha Lambda chapter there.
Authorized, Bonded Steamship
fames Park, Dr. J. T. C. Noe, Judge Stillwell displayed unusual skill and
Lyman Chalkley, W. K. Massie, John musicianship. Her touch is brilliant
Phi Beta Kappa Reception
646 East High Street
Delta Zeta entertained their moth
Robert Jewell, Headlcy and elastic, her phrasing clean and
ers wifh a tea at the chapter house on
After the installation, ceremonies Shouse, Cromwell Allen, Robert Law- her interpretation forceful.
East Maxwtll, Tuesday afternoon.
for the Alpha of Kentucky chapter less, 0. F. Troutman, J. William
Turner-Blacof I'm Beta Kappa fraternity, nem Tunks, Richard R Jones, Daniel Z.
Friday afternoon at the president's Torry, and William Walters.
The wedding of Miss Rebecca TurnMcVey en
home, President and Mrs.
The hosts were the members of the er and Maurice Black was solemnized
tertained with a reception in honor of active chapter: Messrs. Leving Mc- - Saturday afternoon, at 2:30 o'clock,
visiting Phi Beta Kappas and the Carty, William Smith, Emmott Mil- - at the home of the Reverend Massio,
ward, Arch Bennett, C. Robert Kay, at Nicholasville.
The house was decorated with William Richards, William Thompson,
The bride is the daughter of Mr.
plants and flowers; the host and Charles Durrett, Edward Bennett, and Mrs. J. C. Turner, of Waller avein the spacious Leonard Broecker, Elbert Bell, Wil nue. She is a popular member of tlie
drawing room and in the line with liam Crutcher, LeLroy Miles, Joe Tay- freshman class and has won a number
them were Dr. Oscar M. Voorhies, lor, Weldon Simpson, J. J. Richardson, of honors during her short stay at the
secretary of the United chapters of Louis Cox, Alec Herrington, Addison university. She is a member of AlPhi Beta Kappa, and Mrs. Voorhies; Yeaman, Kenneth Creasy, Richard pha Gamma Delta fraternity.
Dr. Edwin Mims, of "Vanderbilt Uni Carran, James Tapscott, William
The bridegroom, son of Mrs. M
versity, who delivered the address to Sandifer, Ted Hardwick, and James Black, of Barbourville, Ky., was gradthe new chapter; Bishop Lewis W. Barnhill, and the pledges, Messrs: uated from the university last June.
Burton, president of the Blue Grass Fred Gross and Ranson Spiller.
He was prominent scholastically and
Association of Phi Beta Kappa, and
in social circles on the campus and is
a member of the Pi Kappa Alpha
Tri Delt Banquet
Assisting in entertaining were the
Founder's day in the Delta Rho fraternity.
officers of the Alpha of Kentucky chapter of the' Delta Delta Delta fra
Mr. Black has accepted a position
chapter and their wives, Dr. Glanville ternity was observed with a banquit at Knoxville, Tenn., and the young
The best of materials, sturdy and fine,
Terrell, Dr. and Mrs. J. B. Miner, Mr. Tuesday evening at 6:30 o'clock in tho couple intend to make their home in
- The best of workmanship, best of design,
William Ray Allen, Dr. and Mrs. L. ballroom of the Lafayette hotel.
A snappy finish to- suit the eye,
V. McMullcn, Mr. and Mrs. Wendell
The decorations were of pine, as the
Holmes Stephenson, MJr. andj Mrs, pine tree is the fraternity emblem, arid
And you have a STETSON SNAPPY TIE.
William Francis Galloway, Prof, and silver, gold and blue streamers, the
Mrs. George K. Brady, Dean Charles fraternity colors: Miss Ruth Kehoe,
Dean and Sirs. C. R. Melcher were
Turck, Mr. Jesse E. Adams, Dean
Virginia Franke, Mrs. Ezra, Gillis;
Mrs. McVey's mother', Mrs. Asa Jew
ell; Miss Rachelle Shacklette.
The table in the dining room was
beautiful with flowers and candles and
Mrs. J. B. Miner presided over the
hosts on Sunday morning nl 12 o'clock
nt a lovely breakfast complementing
their guest, Dr. Jnmes Henry Ilnmil
ton, of Grecnsburg, Ind., noted lecturer nnd writer.
Alumnno of Alpha Gamma Delta,
cntertnincd Mrs. Lottie Hollo Crow
Porter, of Mu chnpter, Brennnu CoU
lego, Wednesday evening nt 7 o'olodc
with n dinner nt tho Phoenix hotel.
Hens need more fresh nir in proportion 'to their weight thnn any other
Boys and Girls
Day Personally Conducted Tou
Never before hr.i tliert)
been each a grr travel
buy" oi thiil
tour to Lng r!.
Holland. Belgium ana
Franco at a coet of only
ten dollars a day I
Instead of Jas t an ordinary vacation at the
this Bummer, why
not join our congenial party of college students. Instructors, alumni and their friends
who will tour Europe7 Weekly salllngi from
Montreal, on Canadian Pacific steamships.
Free side trip (via Toronto) to Niagara
Falls. Opportunity to see eastern Canada,
romantlcMontreal and picturesque Quebec.
Comfortable) accommodations and appetizing- meals on board the famous "M" fleet
of the Canadian Pacific. An American college dance band with each party. Plenty of
deck apnea for dancing, rest, recreation,
deck games, sports, dramatics. Two-d- n
voyagedown the beautiful St. Lawrence.
Only four days open sea to Europe.
Landing at Liverpool, we visit Chester
By motor to famed
English castles, the Shakespeare country,
rural England and Oxford Uol versity. Four
days in London.
Visit tho Hague. Amsterdam and
In Holland; Brussels, Bruges,
and other points
By train through the battlefields to Paris.
where we Bpend a week. wlfh trips to Versailles and the American bsttlo st (ur
Ample time for individual
and shopping. Return aallintr from Cherbourg.
Shortertounlf deslrtd, at 260 and 1330 Extension to Switzerland, Germany and Italy at mod- erMtacMt. Toarmnnmnunt
all details; personally conducts party.
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About eighty guests were present,
making a most distinguished group.
Professor Sax Entertains
Mr. Carol Sax entertained in honor
of Dr. James Henry Hamilton, of
Grecnsburg, Ind., the guest of Dean
:md Mrs. .C. R. Melcher, with a de- -
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