party at the chapter house.
Lamp and Cross formal dance In
April again; the willow winds arc the Men's gymnasium.
Monday, April 29
Opening of "Flight of the DuchRose-re- d
the brambles that thd
ess" nt the Guignol theater.
passing wind knows;
Comes a robin's note like the note Thursday, May 2
Arts and. Sciences banquet.
of a cello
And across the valley the calling of
"April again I "
April again; and the marsh birds
Over the rushes that belong to yesteryear;
Silver shines the river and young
lips arc singing
Songs as old as Eden as old and as
"April again I"
April again; with a wet wind blowing,
And along the western sky a pathway of gold,
Sounds a call to follow the road
we're not knowing,
A new road a wild road o'er fairyland unrolled
"April again I"
Announcement has been made of
the marriage of Miss Annclla
Thompson Myers daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Mordecal Myers, of Fayette county, to Mr. Edward Hessel,
son of Mrs. Kathcrlne Brown Hessel, on December 21, at Jefferson-vlll- e,
Mrs. Hessel Is a student at the
University and Mr. Hessel holds a
position with the Fayette National
They are living at present with
Mrs. Katherlne Hessel on Sherman
The marriage of Miss Jean Lord,
of Newark, N. J., and Mr. Ambrose
April again; with its wonders of Geary, of Lexington, was solemngladness,
ized April 15, in Newark.
April with Its haunting Joy and
Mr. Geary has many friends in
this city, having graduated from
Month of mist and music, and the the University. He is the son- of
Captain John A. Geary, of LexingMonth of magic fluting the spirit ton.
Miss Lord Is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Howell Gurney Lord, and
made her debut last winter in
Friday, April 26
Alpha Gamma benefit bridge party
at the chapter house.
Banquet for the College of Law
at the Lafayette hotel at 6:30.
Saturday, April 27
Faculty Brides' Dance at Patterson hall.
Alpha Gamma Delta benefit bridge
The marriage of Miss Elizabeth
Hastings, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
R. S. Hastings, of Ann Arbor, Mich.,
and Mr. W. Mitchell Sams, son of
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Sams, of Lexington, on April 6 has been announced.
Mrs. Sams received her A. B. degree from the University of Mich- -
igan In 1927, where she was a member of Delta Delta Delta sorority.
Mr. Sams was graduated in the
class of 1924 from the University.
He hns since been a student in the
medical department of the University of Michigan from which he will
receive his medical degree In June.
Mr, and Mrs. C. B. Leper, of Newport, Ky., announce the marriage
of their daughter, Alma, to Mr. Gerald Payne, of Covington, which took
place Saturday April 13, at the home
of the officiating minister, the Rev.
A. W. Fortune, in Elsmere Park.
Mrs. Payne attended the University where she was a member of the
Delta Zcta social sorority.
Mr. Payne was a student at the
University of Cincinnati and a member of the Sigma Chi social fraternity.
Mr. and Mrs. Payne will be at
home in Covington after the first
Mr. L. K. Frankel and Mr. J. J.
Curtis entertained Saturday evening
with a delightful dinner for the faculty of the College of Engineering
of. the University.
Mr. Frankel was graduated from
the College of Engineering in 1900
and Mr. Curtis in 1919 and both
were connected with the faculty
The guests of the most happy occasion were:
Messrs. F. Paul Anderson, C. H.
Anderson, T. M. Arkle, Brinkley
Barnett, F. M. Beckley, M. W.
Beebe, W. H. Brend, E. A. Bureau,
W. J. Carrel, C. S. Crouse, E. B.
Crowder, J. B. Dicker, J. B. Fisher,
Clarence Flynn, W. E. Freeman, R.
D. Hawkins, J. S. Horlne, C. C. Jett,
J. R. Johnson, J. R. Kettenacker, J.
G. McBee, C. O. Mock, L. E. Nollau,
W. A. Newman, L. S. O'Bannon,. R.
C. Porter, J. H. Rice, S. T. Saunler,
D. N. Singer, Robert
Newton Sturgeon, D. V. Terrell,
Gordon Thurman, Thomas C. Tucker, Isaac Watklns, M. J. Crutcher,
H. H. Harper, James F. Terney, Dan
A. Flnlayson, Thomas Walston,
Mills, J. L. Hlbbs, George
Sullivan, Howard Evans, Minott
Sigma Alpha Epsllon Dance
Epsilon of Sigma Alpha Epsllon
entertained last Saturday night in
the ballroom of the Phoenix hotel
with a delightful formal dance.
Purple and gold, the fraternity
colors, decorated the room and con
fetti and serpentines gave a festive
air to the scene. The aainty programs were also of purple and gold.
Music was furnished by Ray Bahr s
orchestra, of Louisville.
The chaperones were Mr. and Mrs.
E. B. Webb, Mr. and Mrs. Grady
Sellards, Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Rice,
Mr. and Mrs. Pat Ryan, Mr. and
Mrs. Gerald Griffin, Mr. and Mrs.
Gayle Mohney, Mr. and Mrs. Homer
Baker, Miss Marguerite McLaughlin and Mrs. E. F. Ferguson.
The Lafayette Hotel
Cool, comfortable rooms.
tempts the appetite.
Quiet, efficient service.
Make our hotel your headquarters
when in Lexington.
LEN SHOUSE, JR., Manager.
Phi Beta Tea
Mrs. Frank L. McVey was hostess
for Phi Beta, professional music and
dramatic art fraternity of the University, Wednesday afternoon from
5 to 6 o'clock, in honor of the delegates of the Kentucky Federation
of Music Clubs, which met in convention in Lexington April 23, 24,
and 25, with headquarters at the
In the receiving line with Mrs.
McVey were Mrs. Curtis Marshall
McGee, state president of the fed- eration; Miss Virginia Tyler, presl- -.
dent of the McDowell Club; Mr. and
Mrs. Mieczslaw Munz, and Mrs. Lolo
Robinson, president of Kappa chap- ter of Phi Beta. A delightful music
score was presented by several mem- hers" of Phi Beta. The members of
Phi Beta assisted In entertaining;
L. L. Dantzlcr, an associate Leonard Weakley, Henry Scott, Joe
member of the fraternity, presided Allen, Don Moore, Harry Blanton.
The guests were Misses Lyle WalThe house was beautifully deco- ters, Julia Marvin, Jane Clay Ken-ne- y,
Virginia Baker, Elizabeth Tins-lerated with spring flowers and
Martha Reed, Katherlne Oravcs,
rpfrnshments were served.
About a hundred delegates called carina ivuninan.
during the afternoon.
Delia Sigma Pi Dance
Dclta S18ma pl- - honorary com- Luncheon for Officers
merclal fraternity of the University,
beautiful dinner- vJ mv miunrv f
at the tea table.
lUI Col E
SSFcZ? SctaSetSeSu an0llfrtyndcoK.rs STSrS? i
glven , honor of the Imtlatcs.
ton I nLR
faeultv members who were
Mr. W. H. Mason, of Elklns, W.
Va., was a guest at the Beta Sigma
Omlcron house last week-enMisses Josephine Cotton, Louise
Smith and Kitty Flnnell were visitors in Louisville last week-enMrs. B. T. Davis, of Covington,
was a visitor at the Delta Zcta
house last week-enMiss Josephine Frazar, of
spent last week-en- d
Alpha Delta Theta house.
Hopklns- Mr. Paul Auschler. of
vllle, was a guest at the Alpha Tau
Omega house last week-enMessrs. Thomas Orcgory, of Anchorage, and Ted Williams, of
were visitors at the Alpha
Tau Omega house last week-enMr. F. O, Terrlll has returned
from South Carolina where he attended the induction services of the
new chapter of Phi Sigma Kappa.
Mr. Raymond Ellis, of Madison-vlll- e,
was a visitor at the Sigma
Nu house last week-enMr Harry Myers, of Covington,
was a visitor at the Sigma Nu house
last week-en- d.
Tne guests ior ine anair were tne present were Dean E. W. Wiest,
officers of the University of
Dr. W. W. Jelnlngs, Prof. Colvin
of the University R. O. T. C: P. Rouse, Prof. R. D. Haun, Prof, R.
Major Owen R. Meredith, Major D. Mclntyre.
Schmld, Capt. Richard Gessford
Woman's Athletic Banquet
?,nd LJcut- - James
Tho Woman.g Athletic Association
officers as follows:
entertalned with their fourth an- J. W. Chapman, cadet colonel; O. nual banquet last Saturday at the
A. Stone, lieutenant-colonof the Lafayette hotel,
regiment; J. C. Flndley, cadet major
The banquet was the culmination
battalion; K. B. Baker, ; of the playday program sponsored
of the nrst
cadet major of the second battalion; by the association and hosts to rep-S. Johnstone, captain of Com-- 1 resentatlves
pany A; W. L. Helzer, captain of Georgetown, University of
B; D. T. Hammersley, cap- - vllle, Kentucky Wesleyan, Kentucky
tain of Company C; J. R. Hester, College for Women, Eastern Teach-captaof Company E; H. T. Davis, ers College, Western Kentucky State
captain of Company F; J. W. Brat- - Teachers' College, and Louisville
cher, captain of Company G.
The military sponsors who acted
National Inspector Honored
as hostesses, were:
Epsllon Omega chapter of Kappa
ml. nnth nnnnln .nonnr nf the Delta sorority of the University enregiment; Martha Reed, sponsor of tertained with a motor trip
the first battalion; Mary Armstrong,
Satursponsor of the second battalion; luncheon at Shakertown Inn Christ-hol- d,
day In honor of Miss Thelma
Frances Baskett, sponsor of Com
of Seattle, Wash., a national
pany A; Sara E. Reynolds, spon
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Cleaning and Pressing
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The members of the party were
!the 8uest f honor, the active
sponsor Pof km'
ier ana tne PleaSes-- .
pany F; Mary Elizabeth Fisher, '
Pet- sponsor of Company G; Laura
Luncheon for K ' Kappa Gamma
tlnger, sponsor of the band.
Graves enter- 'tained with a dellghtfful party for
Alpha Sigma Phi Formal
,iuncheon Saturday at the Lexing-Th- e
members of the Alpha Sigma ton Country Club in honor of the
Phi entertained with their formal : Kappa Kappa Gamma sorority of
dance, Saturday evening at the La- - the University of which she Is a
fayette hotel from 9 until 12 o'clock. pledge.
The Original Masqueraders and Toy
The decorations were artistically
Sandefur's Rhythm Kings furnished arranged with tulips in the lovely
colors, and the hostess was assisted
The hosts were the members of in entertaining by her mother, Mrs.
the active chapter, the faculty mem- - George K. Graves.
ine guests were the members of
bersand the plodges of the fra
ternity. The active chapter: Messrs. the sorority.
D. C. Carpenter, president; Wilbur
Wilson, William Helzer, Ferdinand
Wiemann, Jack McGurk, Francis
Day, Kenneth Harrison, John Owen
Jones, Don Williams,
Birkhead, Harry Day, Robert Rey
nolds, Howard Williams, Paul Osborne, Marshall Sterrett, Ray Mayes,
Richard Lowrey, Kern Patterson,
John Epps, Joseph McGurk, Glenn
Welnmann, Henry Wiemann, Wallace Salmon, William Saunders.
The" faculty members: Dr. G. C.
Bassett, Prof. L. C. Robinson, Prof.
L. S. O'Bannon.
The pledges are: Joseph Martin,
Marlon Custard, William Barton,'
Norman Hainsey, Thomas Beard,
Gert Helsberg, Ed Henry, Glenn
The chaperones were: Prof, and
Mrs. E. F. Farquhar, Dean Sarah
Blandlng, Dr. and Mrs. G. C. Bassett, Prof, and Mrs. L. C. Robinson,
Mrs. and Mrs. H. C. Moody, Dr. and
Mrs. W. L. Helzer. Mr. and Mrs.
Jerome Day, Mr. and Mrs. O. O. J
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Falmouth Club Dinner
The Falmouth Club entertained
with a dinner Friday evening at
Beaumont Inn in Harrodsburg.
The table was attractively decorated with a centerpiece of tulips
and bridal wreath and lighted candles in silver candlesticks.
The members of the club present
were Messrs. Clay Brock, Frank Davidson, Waller Jones, James Soames,
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