Bowling Green, Kentucky
Miss Cnraon will be remembered
University of Kentucky
friends, having been n member of
the Rrnduntion class of 1025 nnd net
ivc in student nfTnirs during her two
years nt the university. She 'wns
Dr. and Mrs. James Oliver Carson graduated from the College of Law
nnd received the highest average of
Announce the marriage
any student who took the bar examinof their daughter
Saturday, May 1
Sigma Chi formal at the New Gym.
ginn Bryant, of Calhoun,
Knox, of Lcwlsport, Jean Woll, of
Hnwesvillc, Marthn Wheeler, Louise
Potter, Estclle Kclsnll, Mrs. James
Allen nnd Helen Hnll, of Louisville,
Mary Ileall, Anncllo Kelley, Mnrga-rc- t
Van Meter, Knthcrinc Roberts,
Dorcas Lyons, Dorothy Cooper nnd
Jessie Fry Moore,
Allccn Lemons, of Greenville,
Ruth Latimer, of Danville.
ation last year.
The bride was also graduated from
Brenenu College, where she was a
Dr. William Patterson Drake
member of Alpha Chi Omega fraternThe following announcements, beau- Wednesday, the fourteenth of April, ity. She wns a member of Mortar
tifully engraved, have been received One thousand, nine hundred and Board, honornry senior fraternity
wishes to announce
at Pi pledgingAlphaDavid Alexander of
twenty-siby university frlcndsi
the Univcrstiy of Kentucky.
nnd Earl Sherwood
Delta eta Tea Dance
The Delta Zcta tea dance on Satur
Sigma Beta Upsilon sorority hnd as
day afternoon from A until G o'clock guests Inst week-enMisses Judith
at Patterson hall was one of the Yungblut of Dayton, and Dayle
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most delightful of the season.
of Louisville, at the chapter
Ferns and plants decorated the hall. house on Knlmia avenue.
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The Rhythm Kings furnished the
music and fruit punch wns served.
The guests of honor were severnl
members of the Cincinanti chapter of
Miss Ellen Hughes, of Louisa, an
alumna of the university, was n
The hostesses, members of the act guest at the Chi Omega house last
Misses Anna Williams, week-enMiss Hughes had been
Jane Lyle, Muriel Hincks, attending K. E. A. at Louisville.
Eleanor Beggs, Mildred Cowgill. Cor
Alpha Gamma Epsilon had as n
inne Cowgill, Ruth Madison, Kather-in- e
week-enguest Mr. Hnrvoy Stone
De Mint, Benn Latta, Ella Marie
Kintsler, Betty Benson, Mary Bledsoe, of Louisville.
Mr. Frank McVey was the guest
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Alice Young, Mary Giles Thorne,
Christine Anderson, Celonn Reese, of Mr. nrtd Mrs. Lewis C. Humphrey
not entirely satisfactory.
Mary Allen Spears, Lydia Latham, at their home on Douglas Boulevard,
Henrietta Howell, Wilma Robinson, Louisville.
Mary Belle Smith, Nancy JCidwell,
President and Ars. McVey were
Pauline Carpenter, Lois Cox, Jane hosts for afternoon tea, Wednesday,
Lewis, Louisa Tiley.
at Maxwell Place, for the faculty and
Chaperones: Miss Mary Norris, students of the university.
The Chi Omega Alumnae met for
Mrs. Edna Giles, Miss Dora Berkeley,
Mrs. Robinson, Mrs. Powell.
their April luncheon Saturday iri the
Representatives from the various private dining room of the Lafayette,
women's and men's fraternities were hotel.
Alpha Xi Delta had as their guests
present, and the guests numbered
about two hundred.
Misses Dorothy Blatz, of Louisville,
Mary Elizabeth Krafton, of HenderK. D. Alumnae Bridge
Miss Helen King entertained de son, Helen Brewer, of Frankfort,
lightfully in honor of Miss Harriet Jeanette Allison, of Williamsburg,
Chatfield of Catlettsburg, on Friday Maryouise Morris, of Providence.
Misses Anna Louise Reising and
night with a bridge and buffet lunch.140 S. LIMESTONE
eon for members of the alumnae of Pauline Porter, of Louisville, and Miss
Kappa Delta fraternity nt her home Belle Waugh, of Ashland, were weekend guests at the Kappa Delta house.
on Linden Walk.
Mr. Edmund Noland, of Daughters,
The house was beautifully decorated
Kentucky, spent the week-enGo To
with spring flowers.
Alpha Gamma Rho house on South
Miss Mabel Graham of Frankfort
Zcta Tail Alpha fraternity enter
tained with a delightful tea at their
hapter house Wednesday from 3:30
to 6 o'clock, in honor of their mothers
Here's the game for one
The house was tastefully decorated
Baseball now has got the
ith spring flowers af ferns. A de
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licious salad course', as served.
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The alumni of the University of
Kentucky entertained with an enjoy
able dance Saturday evening from 9
to 12 o'clock in the university gym
The music for the dance was furn
ished by the Kentucky Kernel orches- No doubt you are interested in Apparel of Art, not just cloths
a from the Strand theatre.
The committee in charge of ar
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rangements were Mr. nnd Mrs. W. C.
Wilson, Mr. nnd Mrs. White Guyn,
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Mr. and' Mrs. W. C. Brown, Mr. and
Mrs. Viley McFerren, Misses Nancy
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Innes, Irene McNamara, Marie Bark- supplies will help you to deey, Helen Osborne, and Mr. Reed
velop a winning streak, Mr.
The chaperones for the occasion
were members of the faculty. Several
Bats 15c to $1.50. Balls. $1 to
hundred guests attended.
All leather finger
Alpha Gam Luncheon
boys, $1 up; for older boys, $2.85
Thursday, April 22, at 12:30 o'clock,
private dining room of the Ken
Basemen's mitts, $1 to $5. Catchtucky hotel, in Louisville, was the ers' mitts.
delightful luncheon given
scene of a
Masks, $1. Stockings, $1 pair.
by alumnae of Epsilon of Alpha
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Gamma Delta who were atttnding
3 meals served, on the
K. E. A.
Bicycles, Sporting Goods,
school day. Open forenoons for. sandThe table was beautifully decorated
wiches, milk, chocolate,
in red and buff roses, the fraternity
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The following girls attended: Re- Louise
at the Delta Delta house, Sunday afternoon from .1 to
fi o'clock in their honor.
Misses Nancy Kldwell nnd Mildred
Owen W. Daniel of Atlanta nnd
Walter Gurslund of LouisviMc were Cowgill attended a conference of
chapter of Delta Zetn, at Miami
guests nt the Sigma Beta XI house
University as representatives of their
over the week-enchnpter Inst week-enMisses Lilllnil Rnsch, of Covington, nnd Alice Eckmnn, Rachncl Sparling, Dottie Do Beck, nnd Mnry
There is u device composed of reof Cincinnati, spent the week- volving nnd rotating balls moved by
end with Dcltn Zctn and attended the wheel-wor- k
called an orrery, which
Ten Dance Saturday afternoon.
shows the relative motions of bodies
Dcltn Zeta entertained with open In the solar system.
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