THE KENTUCKY KERNEL
Bpallon Omega Chapter of Kappa
Delta will entertain with a luncheon
at the Phoenix Hotel Saturday, Oc
tober 80, at 1 o'clock.
Alpha chapter of Chi
Omega and the Lexington Altmaae
will entertain with a tea dance Thurs
day afternoon, October 28, at the
Tho Phllosophlan Literary Society
held its meeting at Patterson Hall
Wednesday. The evening was given
over to welcoming the new members,
4341 Arco Avenue, St. Louis, have an- who had applied for membership by
nounced tho engagement of their writing papers on subjects given by
daughter, Miss Mabel Ethel Sherman, the society. The society is yet open
and William Todd Nlcoll, of Lexlng to any girl wishing to present a paper
for its consideration.
Miss Sherman 4s
musical circles, as the soprano at the
Y. W. C. A.
Episcopal Church of the Redeemer.
The Y. W. C. A. held its weekly
Mr. Nlcoll is the son of Mr. and meeting
Sunday evening at Patter
Mrs. James Nlcoll of Lexington, and son Hall. Talks, telling about
is a graduate of State University.
trip to Blue Ridge, were made by
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JEFF MAKKI8, Our
Alpha Gtonuna Delta will entertain
Misses Ina Darnall, Mary Howard,
Friday afternoon from 4:30 to 6:00,
of Miss Nancy Frances Gelsel, Judith Beard and
at the home of Mrs. George Roberts, Robb, of Jessamine County, and Mr. Jane Dickey, who were
William E. Jackson, Jr., of Anaconda, to convention
Montana, and Harrodsburg, Ky., has
Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Byers announce been announced.
Mr. Jackson is a
Horace Mann Society.
the engagement of their daughter, former State University man and a
The Horace Mann Literary Society
Elisabeth, to Mr. Robert McDowell member of the Kappa Sigma fraterheld its regular meeting Thursday,
Watt, of Charlotte, North Carolina, nity. At present he is located in An
October 21, in the Education Buildand Pinevllle, Ky.
aconda, Montana, where he Is en- ing.
The marriage will be celebrated in gaged in the United States Forestry
Mr. O. C. Wilson opened the proDecember.
gram with an interesting talk on
Miss Byars attended State during
"Practical Dreams," which was foland has taken part in a numThe faculty of the University will lowed by a paper on
ber of musical affairs of the Univer- entertain the student body with a
Value of the Moving Picture Show,"
sity. She is a member of Kappa Hallowe'en dance, Saturday night,
by Mr. Tipton.
An instructive sketch of James
The men can obtain tickets for the
Whltoomb Riley's life and works was
Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Bowers Wil dance at the commandant's
read by Miss Miriam Horte.
son announce the engagement of their young women at the office of the
Miss Mlchot gave Riley's poem
niece, Mise Mary Elizabeth Vimont, Dean of Women.
"That Old Sweetheart of Mine."
to Mr. Edward Woodson Smith, Jr.,
At the businjps session of this
Miss Austin Lilly will give a weekof Virginia.
meeting, Mr. C. W. Bailey was elected
The marriage will take place in end house party at her home in Rich- critic and Mr. MilU sargeant-at-armmond. Misses Kathleen
Miss Vimont was a student in the Robbie Douglas Wilson and Mildred
University in '12'-1and a member of Collins will be among her guests.
Kappa Kanja Gamma sorority.
Mist McCheyne Speaks to
Mr. and Mrs. John C. 3herman, of
Home Economics Club
Miss Gertrude McCheyne, head of
the home economics extension work
in Utah, addressed the Home
Mise Merle Flanery has returned
Club and lbs guests Monday
afternoon on the subject of "Home sto her home after a viait to her sisters.
iMtes Willie Wood Taylor spent
Economics Extension Work in Utah."
The talk wr.s interesting as well as Sundayin the city with Miss Nellie
illuminatnlg as to the home economic Stucky.
Miss Susanne Beitz epent Sunday
situation in Utah as compared to that
on the Kentucky River.
Miss Elizabeth Byars was the guest
"E SOLICIT your orders for
of Misses Powell and Brown Monday
special articles in gold or
Kappa Kappa Gamma Dance
silver for the Holidays.
Kappa Kappa Gamma sorority enterMr. Robert E. Duncan, of Cleveland,'
tained at the home of Miss Ellaabeth was Ihere Saturday to see his sisters,
Kastle on East Maxwell with ft dance, Misses Florence and Elizabeth DunFriday evening, October 22.
The fraternity colors were artisticJudge Barker chaperoned quite a
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used in the decorations of the number of the
to the bonTO INSURE SATISFACTORY
home. During the evening ices and fire rally Friday evening.
cakes were served.
Miss Carolyn Barker, of Louisville,
The hostesses were the members of has been visiting at the Hall, having
the Beta Chi Chapter Misses Alice come in for the Kappa dance given
Gregory, Anita Crabb, Lavinia
Mrs. H. S. Barker has returned from
Gaines, Carleton Brewer, Elizabeth Louisville.
Gary, Catheripe Snyder, Elizabeth
Mrs. J. J. Tigert will entertain with
Rodes, Katherine Mitchell, Linda Pur- - a "500" party for the Kappa Kappa
nell, Mildred Taylor, Nata Lee
Gamma sorority Friday afternoon.
Miss Eryl Redmond, who has been
'ill, is much improved.
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The Lexington Leader of October
MIbb Nell Crawford was visited by
OPPOSITE THE PHOENIX
24, makes note of the fact that Miss her father last week.
Anita Crabbe, Managing Editor of the
Miss Zula Feurgeson spent SaturKernel, and Miss Mae Cornelison, day evening and Sunday in town.
of the T. U. Crimson
Mrs. Lewis, of Franklin, Is here on
For any kind of dental service call on Rambler,
are pioneers in administer a visit to her daughter, Miss Anna
ing the affairs of
The Misses Flanery and Kimball
Once hour 8 . m. 8 p. m.
Phoa. M4-spent last Tuesday In Danville with
a friend who 1b attending K. C. W.
Miss Josephine Grasty, of Cadiz,
was the guest of Miss Robbie Doug(Incorporated.)
Miss Elizabeth Fried visited Miss
Phoenix Hotel Lobby
Christine Hopkins last week.
Miss Jean Field had as her guest
Sunday, her sister.
Miss Helen De Bow, who has bees
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