the other guests were:
Misses Lois Purccll, Kathcrlne
So CIET Y
Acker, Florence McLaughlin, Louise
Virginia Yarbro, Lucllc
Alllc May Coryell,
Pearl Mclntyre, Jane Foster, Myrn
Ollbcrt. Louise Oott, Mrs. Linus
Koof, Mrs. Frank Hill, and Mr. and
Mrs, Harry Cundlff, Coach Lawn,
rence Sullivan, Messrs. Stewart
Sunday, December 8
James Boyd, Fred Hcrzog,
Nature shines her
Vesper Service In Memorial hall James Johnson, Leland Maschmcycr,
On the people of this earth.
Brandon Price, Trnvls Pugh, VernAnd though she covers nil her at 4 o'clock.'
Wednesday, December 11
on Rooks, Edwin Wade,
Afternoon tea nt Maxwell place for Rottgcrlng, Howard Twltchell, Man-no- n
And bright fires grace the hearth,
faculty and students.
Whltakcr, Charles WIckllffe,
Soon will the waters fill the
Nelson Boyd, Matt Habakcr, George
Haydcn, Ralph Wright, Robert
Soon will the violets spread their
Wright, and Norman Price.
Padticah students of the university
and visitors to the
nessee football game attended n
Beta Sigma Omlcron Guests
banquet at the Phoenix hotel
Beta Sigma Omlcron sorority had
the following visitors for ThanksThis is an annual Thanksgiving giving and the Homecoming:
Friday, December (5
affair in Lexington.
Mrs. Fred Ottcrback, Louisville;
dinner dance In honor of
Miss Lois Purccll, who presided as Mrs. W. H. Mason, Elklns, W. Vn.;
the football squad.
toast mistress, introduced all the Misses Emma Lou Trnutman, DaySaturday .December 7
members of the assembly and an- ton; Dorothy Davis, Belle vue; Hazel
Sigma Alpha Epsllon house dance. nounced the program.
Mullens, Chicago; Louise Gott,
Alpha Sigma Phi house dance.
L. C. Sullivan, former football and
Mary Robinson, Knoxvlllc,
Alpha Gamma Rho house dance. basketball coach at Tilghman high Tcnn.; Shlrlce Orth, Winchester,
Second Cadet hop, 3 to G o'clock school, at Paducnh, wns the honor and Mary and Dot McClure, Knox-vlll- e.
in the Men's gymnasium.
Mrs. W. H. Mason is visiting the
mmmmnt Beta Sigma Omicron sorority this
All ye Eds and Co-eof the
Greek World I Certainly want a
group picture of your class and favMagazines "Say It" every month orite fraternity or sorority. "Get a
in the year. What else docs? E. W. 1930 Kcntuckian.
Wallls Magazine Agency, Phone Ash. ,
The De Molay Alumni of Lexing
ton will hold a smoker tonight from
Delta Delta Delta Banquet
Delta Delta Delta sorority observ- 7 to 9, at the home of the Alumni
ed its annual Founder's Day with a advisor, street, C. Boden, 565 West
for De Molays who
banquet at the Phoenix hotel on Second
arc attending the University of KenWednesday with members of the
chapter, University of tucky and Transylvania College.
This is the first attempt on the
Kentucky, and Beta Zeta chapter,
part of the Lexington De Molays to
Transylvania College, attending.
Miss Kathryn McWllllams, presi- organize and many sections of the
dent of Delta Rho chapter, presided. country will be represented.
Responses to the toasts of "Dreams" twenty-fiv- membership is composed of
former De Molays. The
were made by Anna Mae Lewis,
officers of the local chapter are:
Mary Armstrong, Elsie Hatfield, and
Ovid Johnson, president, and HuMrs. D. B. Harding .
The decorations were of the soror- bert Moore, secretary.
ity colors: silver, gold, and blue with
Next year you will be sorry. If you
grammes and tables were arranged don't subscribe for a Kentuckian tomorrow. adv.
In the form of a Delta.
guests were pres
About sixty-tw- o
ent including active members,
pledges, alumni and members of
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Mitchell Baker & Smith
Delta Zeta Tea Dance
Delta Zeta sorority entertained
at Patterson Hall
The room was decorated with
growing plants and ferns, and the
lighted sorority shield hung nt one
end of the hall. Music was furnished by Peck Bond's orchestra.
The active chapter members are:
Misses Elizabeth Grohom, Elizabeth
Hood, Edith Little, Elizabeth Fin-ncl- l,
Virginia McCoy. Dale Smith,
Ruth Allen, Louise Smith, Nancy
Nina Budd, Eloise
Lois Perry Brown, Lula
Garr Kendall, Margaret Wyant,
Margaret Frye, Sarah Rcnolds, Pauline Carpenter.
Compton, Louise Gcx, Mary Jane
Gowcr, Dorothy Tanner, Florence
Ryan, Pauline Fltzpatrlck, Virginia
Ellis, Jane Walters, Virginia Mills,
'Jessie Wilson, Mildred Lewis.
Chnpcroncs: Dean Sarah Blnnd-inMrs. P. K. Holmes, Miss Marguerite McLaughlin,
, Jouett, Mrs. George Powell.
Chapter bids were sent to the
fraternities nt the university, TranCollege,
Georgetown College and n large
number were present.
As a climax to Thanksgiving
celebrations at the University was
the dance given on last Thursday
evening by the Lexington Alumni
Club for the members of the Ten
nessee and Kentucky football teams.
This event ushered in the social
season of the University and was
enjoyed by students, faculty, alumni,
Two orchestras furnished music
for the affair and the gymnasium
was decorated in the school colors.
Favors of white- and yellow chrysanthemums were given to the members of the two football teams. About
one thousand guests were present.
president of the club, was in charge
and was assisted by: Dr. and Mrs.
Davis Buckner, Dean Sarah Bland-inMiss Lulie Logan, Mr. and Mrs.
Wayland Rhoads. Mr. and Mrs. W.
C. Wilson, Dr. George Wilson, Mr.
and Mrs. Walter Hillenmeyer, Dr.
and Mrs. Cronly Elliott, Mr. and
Mrs. Raymond Kirk, Mr. and Mrs.
Raymond Connell, of Paris; Mrs. "P.
K. Holmes, and Dean and Mrs. Mel-che- r.
"Eigensinn," a Comedy, to Be
Given Week Before
Miss Anna Louise
Rice and Mrs.
Sarah H. Culbertson are the stars
of the coming play of the German
and 7, with a Saturday matinee,' Tickets for the Passion Play arc
under the auspices of Miss Anna on sale at the Lexington College of
Chandler Goff, director of the Lex- - Music nnd in the lobby of the
lngton College of Music.
Tins play concerns tnc last week
of Christ's life. Many of the presENGINEER ANNOUNCEMENT
ent cast have appeared In the play
for more than 25 years, nnd since
There will be no engineer conthe nrrlval of the company In Amer- vocation this week. Each
ica in the summer of 1928 they have
nccn presented in
nearly every the College of Engineering will have
major city of the Centrnl West and their own assembly as follows:
were presented nt the New York Senior Mcchnnlcals in Mechanical
room 209 ! Scnlor
nnd p' building, room
University students who nrc tak- - 8; Junior nnd Scnlor Mining and
Ing part arc nsked to be nt the stage Metallurgical Engineers
entrance one hour before the per- - bulldl.lg, room 205. All Sophomore
formance, nnd to take no money or .Engineers in McVey hall, rdom 111
valuables. Costumes will be furnish- - 'nnd nil Freshmen Engineers in
ct- '.Memorial hall.
Set for Next Friday
Rnv Miller and Ills Original
' 12 Piece Hand Will
Pari Hellenic dance will
the Men's gymnasium
Friday night, December 13, from 9
to 1. The
expressed great enthusiasm and delight at having secured Ray Miller
nnd his original twelve piece band
to furnish the music, as tills band
is the most famous that has beer,
brought to Lexington this year
The dance Is sponsored by
which is composed of 14
fraternities. The chairman of the
commltcc in charge is Rex Allison,
who is assisted by John Epps,
Thomas L. Riley, Frank Davidson,
and Garney L. Hayden.
Proceeding the dance there will
be a banquet at the Lafayette hotel
for the members of the
Y. W. C. A. to Sponsor
Interesting Program to Be
Given During Affair on
A Christmas bazaar, sponsored by
the University of Kentucky Y. W.
C. A., will be held from 4 to 5
o'clock, Friday afternoon, December
13, in the recreation room of Patterson hall. Bessie Bush and Marie
Flora are joint chairmen of - the
committee in charge of the affair
Decorated booths will represent
Spain, Russia, India, Italy, and
China. The Italian booth will represent an Italian garden scene, and
those in charge will wear costumes
of that country specially designed
by Rosalind Angeluccl. Tea will be
served at a booth representing a
Chinese cafe. The Irish booth will
sell fruit cakes made under the direction of Miss Marie Barkley, of
the department of Home Economics.
The musical program will consist
of two parts. Tzvetan Nedelkoff of
Kosludsy, Bulgaria, a freshman in
the College of Engineering, will give
& violin program, playing the folk
songs of the Balkan countries. He
will wear the holiday costume native to Bulgaria. Later in the afternoon Charles Spaulding will play
selections from modern composers
on the vibraphone under the program of the modernistic booth.
The Woman's Club of the University and the Advisory Board of
the Y. W. C. A. have
with the committee in the preparation of gifts for the bazaar. Students who are assisting with it include Elizabeth Howard, Maryanna
Lancaster, Marie Feeback, DeFrosia
Rone, Ellse Bureau, and Nancy Kin- cheloe.
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National Watch Company Products
All hats ranging in price from $30 to $8 at 2 price and
a few lower. Beautiful handmade handkerchiefs that
for men and women.
from Paris that will suit your type.
Lovely scarfs direct fromrParis.
in Passion Play
department of the University of
Kentucky, Eigensinn; to be presented at Patterson Hall the week be
fore Christmas, according to Anton
"Eigensinn," meaning stubbornness, probably has the best histrionic talent that'' any specialized
language group has ever gathered at
R. O. T. C.
The cast is as follows: Llsbeth,
Anna Louise Rice; Emma, Sarah H.
Clarence Freiberg Cast
Will Appear at
Weaver; Katharina, Lolo Robinson;
Alfred, James S. Porter, Jr.
"Eigensinn" is a clever little comThree hundred men of the Uni
edy portraying the stubbornness of
versity R. O. T. C. will take nart In
man and the
of woman. All the difficulty of the performances of the Passion Play,
play arises from Helnrich's attempt religious spectacle from Freiberg,
to persuade Lisbeth, delightfully de- Germany, which will be presented
lineated by Miss Anna Louise Rice, at the Woodland auditorium Friday
Tau Beta Pi Dinner
to say with him after they have and Saturday nights, December 6
Tau Beta Pi, honorary engineering fraternity, entertained with a completed their work, "Heaven be i
dinner Wednesday in the Colonial thanked, the table is set." The pubroom of the Lafayette hotel. Mem- lic will be admitted free to the play.
bers of the fraternitv were eallprl
upon for short talks.
Those present were: Dean F. P. Miss
Anderson, Assistant Dean, W. E.
Freeman, and Professors J. R. John
son, E. A. Bureau, L. S. O'Bannon,
D. V. Terrell. Robert SDlcer. and E.
Miss Mary Shouse, of the UniverAlumni members of the fraternity
present were: Messrs L. C. Davidson, sity Women's Club, will give an in"Porgy" .by
"23; Al Kohn. '19. Active members! terpretive reading of
R. I. Fort, J. C. Benson, C. F. Bailey, Dorothy and Dubolse H. Heyward
and a review at Patt Hall, Tuesday
w. u. Kicnmond, M. w. Davis, W.
evening, December 10, in honor of
Plthlan, and Elmer Cawby.
the delegates to the conference of
The Dledcres are: Messrs
Thornberry. C. E. Colvln. Ben Hnr- - the Association of Colleges and Secondary schools.
rison, W. W. Ford, W. F. Steers, and
The entire University faculty is inS. M. Worthlngton.
vited and cordially urged to attend
The U. W. C. omitting its regular
magazines. E. W. Wallls Magazine
meeting, devoted its efforts with
Agency, Phone Ash. 3798. Adv.
those of. other organizations to entertaining the delegates at the LaInvitations Issued
fayette hotel Wednesday night.
The following invitations, have
The Art Department
University of Kentucky
cordially Invites you to meet
at an afternoon tea
on Friday, December the sixth
Make an early appointment for your beauty treatments
irom tnree to six o'clock
at the exhibition of the
T. C. Steele Paintings
Art Center, University Campus, i
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