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3 > Image 3 of The Kentucky Kernel, April 20, 1928

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THE KENTUCKY KERNEL Will Give Dance CALENDAR Friday. April 20 Junior Prom from 9 to in th? Men's gymnasium. Saturday, April 21 Stroller dance from 9 to in the Men's gymnasium. 1 12 of Kappa Alpha social fraternity, Alpha Delta Sigma, honorary journalistic fraternity, and was prominent o'clock in many activities on the campus. "Mr. and Mrs. Bowmar will be at o'clock home after a trip to Chicago, at 3G4 Euclid avenue, Lexington. s' n- - -- Weddings Hoyt-Pigma- 0 Engagements b o n Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Hoyt, of Mich., announce the marriage of DIRECTOR SUMMER SESSION Theta Sigma Phi, woman's honorary journalistic sorority, will give a leap year dance Friday, April 27, from 3:30 to 6:00 p. m., in the Men's gymnasium. SOCIETY NOTES Woods-Crutch- PAGE THREE Convocation Speaker Dr. Ting Fan Lew, noted Chinese lecturer, gave an interesting talk at convocation Wednesday morning at 11 o'clock in the Men's gymnasium. His subject was the "Chinese College Folk." International Relations Class Meeting The International Relations class promoted by the Woman's Club of the University entertained with a dinner Tuesday evening at the University cafeteria in honor of Dr. T. F. Lew, of China. Plain-wel- l, Mr. and Mrs. Rice Woods, 'of Richtheir granddaughter, Jean Hoyt, to mond, Ky., announce the engagement Mr. A. L. Pigman, of Hindman, Ky. of their daughter, Miss Diana Fields, The marriage took place in Lexing- to Mr. William Chenault Crutcher. ton January 7. Mr. Pigman is a juis the son of Mrs. Mr. nior in the University, a member of James Crutcher S. Crutcher, of Richmond and the Sigma Beta Xi, men's social fra- ternity, and a member of The Kernel staff. Kehoe-Bowm- Miss Mary Elizabeth Kehoe, of r, Maysville, and Mr. Daniel M. of Versailles, were married Jr., Saturday at the home of the bride's parents. Mr. Bowmar attended the University where he was a member Bow-ma- Dr. Lew Guest of Honor Mrs. McVey entertained Wednesday afternoon at her home in Maxwell Place for the students and faculty of the University. Dr. Ting Lexington. He was graduated from Fang Lew, noted Chinese lecturer, the Greenbrier Military School and was the guest of honor. was a student at Washington and Lee University and the University of Ken- Major General Dennis Nolan Honored tucky where he was a member of the Scabbard and Blade and the regiPhi Delta Theta social fraternity. mental sponsors entertained ThursMiss Woods is a graduate from the day evening with a dinner-danc- e in Science Hill school, Shelbyville, and the ballroom of the Phoenix hotel in is a talented musician. honor of Major General Dennis E. The marriage will be solemnized Nolan, U. S. A., who was here to inearly in June. spect the R. O. T. C. unit of the University. Music was furnished by the Original Kentucky Masqueraders' orchestra. Twenty program dances were enjoyed by the guests. University of Kentucky, Lexington City Schools and nearly all State Educational institutions use Baldwin Pianos Represented in Central Kentucky by The Music Shop Adjoining Kentucky Theater ' Phone 5215 iiiiiKiiini!mtitttint;ntnttstnttiiiiiiiiMtt The Fair Store ALL SILK Chiffon Stockings Full Fashioned e, g, Cadet Hop The R. O. T. C. of the University entertained with a cadet hop Saturday afternoon from 3:30 to G o'clock in the Men's gymnasium. Three hun- WILLIAM S. TAYLOR Dean William S. Taylor, Ph. D., who is director of the summer session, was graduated from the University of Wisconsin in 1912 with a Master's dred students were present for the degree. From 1912 to 1918 Mr. Taylor taught in the College of Education affair. at the University of Texas, and from there he went to Pennsylvania State Music was furnished by the Orig- College as head of the rural life department. In 1920 he took charge of inal Kentucky Masqueraders' orches- the training and certification of teachers in the department of public intra and six dances were struction at Harrisburg, Pa. In 1923 he received his research scholarship V played. The dance was chaperoned by mem- at Columbia, after which he came back to his native state and took up his bers and wives of the faculty and the work as dean of the College of Education at the University. During the military department. time Mr. Taylor has been here he has seen the College of Education grow from an enrollment of 67 in the fall of 1923 to 391 in the fall of 1927. Graduate Fraternity Installed The Alpha Nu chapter of Phi Delta University Women Meet Sigma Nu Formal Dance Kappa, national honorary graduate fraternity for men in education, was The Sigma Nu fraternity entertainMonday afternoon the Lexington installed at the University Saturday ed with a delightful formal dance branch of the American Association afternoon and evening. The national officers who came to Saturday evening from 9 to 12 o'clock of University Women met at 3:30 at Maxwell Place, the home of Dr. and Lexington to install the chapter were in the Men's gymnasium. Miss Ann Prof. Lewis W. Williams of the UniThe fraternity colors, black and Mrs. Frank L. McVey. versity of Illinois, and Dr. Shelton gold, were beautifully carried out in Worthington Callihan, of the UniverPhelps of Peabody College. The cerethe decorations. Large black hat sity of Kentucky, spoke on "Italian monies began at the Phoenix hotel boxes emitting light through orange Art," and Miss Elizabeth Gay's subat 4 o'clock Saturday. Directly fol- crepe paper in the form of the fra- ject was "Italian Literature." Mrs. lowing the banquet the installation" ternity badge covered the lights. A L. L. Dantzler, accompanied on the was held. lighted fraternity shield hung at each piano by Miss Edith Rose, sang sevThe following men who were stu- end of the room while in the center eral Italian songs. The club had as guests of honor dents at the University of Kentucky a large platform was arranged under were initiated: the large black ball from which the young ladies who are members N. T. Hooks, Lexington; G. O. Bry- streamers of yellow, black and white of the graduating classes of the Uniant, Eastern State Teachers Cqllege; were suspended. An added feature of versity and Transylvania College. Dean Hilda Threlkeld , of Hamilton Prof. J. L. Leggett, Transylvania Col- the affair was the music furnished by lege; Prof. V. E. Payne, Transylvania Thelma Tierry and her Playboys, a College, gave a talk on "What It College; W. J. Moore, Eastern State e orchestra from Chicago Teachers College; J. S. Mitchell, Uni- The guests were presented with atIversity of Kentucky; Louis Clifton, tractive programs of black celluloid University of Kentucky; L. A. Piper, with the letters of Sigma Nu inscribed Anchorage, Ky.; John B. Williams, in gold. At the four dances University of Kentucky; Gordon C. the lights were dimmed by special Pennebaker, University of Kentucky; lighting effects. Roy Knight, Paris, Ky.; George W. Members of the active chapter, the Bryson, Lexington; James B. Bowen, hosts: nMessrs. Llewelyn University of Kentucky; J. Grover Boden, Hubert Buckles, MickHolmes Martin, University of Ken- ey Byrne, Robert Bird, J. Whitman tucky. Booles. Carl Estill Byron, Ben The officers of installation were as William Dale, Robert Eaton, Raymond follows: Prof. Lewis W. Williams, Frank Ellis, Davidson, University of Illinois, national presi- James Franceway, Lewis Hawn, dent; Dr. Shelton Phelps, Peabody James Kirkendall, Richard Lewis, College, Nashville, national vice pres- Edward Miller, John Murphree, Wilident; Dean W. S. Taylor, University liam Rentz, Louis Root, Phillip Spei-deof Kentucky, grand master of cereRobert Sweetzer, William Tuttle, monies; Prof. Dale Russell, Univer- Jack Whitfield, Leon Wigglesworth, sity of Kentucky, conductor of cere- Harlan Wilson, Newton Combs, Monmonies; Prof. M. E. Ligon, secretary; roe Bradley, Neil Carroll, Elden Dr. F. W. Reeves, treasurer; Dr. WelHenderson Dysard, William Griflington Patrick, sponsor. fin, Ollie James, Len Ingram, Henry The following members of Phi Kelly, Robert Moorman, James Pence, Delta Kappa from the State of Ken- Jack Ramey, Len Tracy, Rufus Henry tucky were guests at the initiation: VanArsdale. Prof. E. V. Hollis, Morehead State Pledges: Messrs. Lester Wither-spooTeachers' College; Dr. W. H. Todd, James Norman, Earl Senff. Transylvania College; Dr. D. T. l, Chaperones: President and Mrs. Eastern State Teachers College; Frank L. McVey, President and Mrs. R. D. Judd, superintendent of schools, Charles J. Turck, Dean and Mrs. C. Lancaster; Prof. Robert M. Bears. R. Melcher, Dr. and Mrs. R. M. ColeCentre College, Danville; President man, Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Finn, Mr. E. T. Franklin, Union College, and Mrs. II. E. Hall, Mr. and Mrs. G. Ivan Barnes, State deStuart Tracy, Dean Sarah Blanding, The Chub partment, Frankfort; Dean Homer E. Miss Marguerite McLaughlin, Mr. and Cooper, Eastern State Teachers Col- Mrs. Maury Crutcher, Mrs. L. L. lege; E. F. Birckhead, superintendent Dantzler. of schools, Richmond; Chapter bids were sent to all the Hambleton Trapp, Eastern State Teachers Col- fraternities on the campus and Centre lege, Richmond; J. B. Holloway, State College and Transylvania College. department, Frankfort; William C. This is the first time that chapter Jones, Teachers College, Richmond; bids to a dance have been issued by Mark Godman, State department of a men's fraternity. One hundred and Education, Frankfort; Dr. R. Lyson thirty-fiv- e invitations were sent to Wyckoff, Berea College. girls. j COATS and FROCKS - For every college Miss for every need for every occasion. Styles that whisper of Paris. Materials of distinction. that defy comparison! "THE HOUSE OF SPECIALIZED MODES" B. B. Smith & Co. 264 EAST MAIN STREET nine-piec- Every Pair Perfect all the wanted colors All have the popular black heels $ means to Be a Member of the A. A. way; Lucile Catlee, of OwingsviMe. U. W." and Eleanor Tapp, of Springfield. The program was arranged by Dean Misses Joy Pride, Virginia Howard Sarah Blanding of the University and and Frances Robinson attended the Dean Maude Mendenhall of Transylinstallation of a Kappa Delta chapter vania College. at the University of Louisville last week. Founders' Day Banquet MissElizabeth Matz, of Covington, The Alpha Xi Delta sorority enter- was a guest at the Alpha Gamma tained with its annual founders day Delta sorority house and attended tlw banquet Saturday evening at 6:30 Sigma Nu dance Saturday night. o'clock in the private dining room of .Miss May Paschall Bennett, of Fulthe Phoenix hotel. ton, has returned to school after an The sorority flower, pink roses, and illness of several weeks. dainty place cards formed the decoMiss Marie Cotton spent lnt weekrations. Miss Louise Atkins presided end in Harrodsburg. as toastmistress and the following Messrs. John Bullock and Lewis Mr toasts were given: Donald visited in Covington Inst weekSophomore Miss Mildred Greene end. Miss Mary Lewis Marvin Junior The Sigma Beta Xi fraternity anMiss Geraldine Cosby nounces the initiation of Mr. Senior Newolt Alumnae Miss. Shelby Northcutt McConnell. It is the custom each year for the Mr. Clarence Valade is irt Detroit chapter to present a quill pin, the em- for a short visit. blem of Alpha Xi to the student makMr. John Ottlev. of Burksville. was ing the highest scolastic standing. a visitor at the Sigma Beta Xi house This year the award was made to Miss last week. Louise Wheeler. Mr. Ernest Threlkeld, of Simpson-villAmong the alumnae who attended Ky., visited at the Phi Sigma were Miss Dora Edwards, Miss Anna Kappa house last week-enWelsh Hughes, both of Richmond Mr. C. II. Allen visited in Cincin Ky.; Mxs. Richard Hopkins, of Paris; nati last week. Miss Katherine Brown, of London. Miss Edna Minor, of Versailles. Forty-fiv- e guests and members of spent last week-en- d at the Beta Sigma the chapter were present. Omricon house. Messrs. Dudley Eneland and Don FRATERNITY ROW ald Couty visited Mr. Ben Davis In Mr. Gus Bright, of Louisville, spent Lovington for a few days. Mr. A. W. Walker, of Danville, was the last week-en- d at the Kappa Alpha fraternity house. a guest at the Triangle house last Mrs. Thomas Menaugh, of Harrods-bur- Sunday. and Miss Katherine Brown, of Mr. W; J. Sparks, of Mt. Vernon. London, were week-en- d guests at the spent last week-en- d at the Triangle Alpha Xi Delta sorority house. house. Miss Mary Virginia Marrs and The Triangle fraternitv announces Miss Jane, McKee, of Lawrenceburg the pledging of Mr. Ben Harrison, of were guests at the Chi Omega soro- Irvine, Ky. rity house last Thursday to attend the Founders' Day banquet held at the Alpha Delta Sigma Dinner Phoenix hotel. Alpha Delta Sigma, honorary adMiss Maxine Parker, of Lawrence- vertising fraternity of the University, burg, who has just returned from entertained with a dinner Monday evFlorida, was a week-en- d guest at the ening at 7 o'clock in the Canary CotChi Omega sorority house last week tage for it members. Week-en- d guests at the Kappa Prof. E. 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