THE KENTUCKY KERNEL
Friday, April 8
Theta Sigma Phi bridge party in
;4thepalmroom of the Phoenix hotel
Saturday, April 9
'Alpha Delta Theta bridge party in
"th"eipalmroom of the Phoenix hotel at
Alpha Xi Delta Founders' Day
at 6:30 o'clock at the Phoenix
. Alpha Tau Omega formal dance in
the ballroom of the Phoenix hotel
from 9 until 12 o'clock.
Wednesday, April 13
Keys and Mystic Thirteen dance at
-- the university gymnasium from 9 un- til 1 o'clock.
Spring vacation at the university
from last hour, April 13 until first
,. hour, April 19.
The fourth of the series of Cadet
Hops sponsored by the military de- - partment of the university, was given
Saturday afternoon from 3:30 until
. 6 o'clock in the men's gymnasium.
Music was furnished by Rhythm
The committee in charge of. the ar- rangements were: Lieut. Watson
Armstrong, Capt. Charles Heidrick,
" and Capt. William Richards.
The chaperones were: Col. and Mrs.
H. P. Hobbs, Capt. and Mrs. James
Taylor, Col. and Mrs. Basil Spalding,
Capt. and Mrs. Herbert Schmidt,
Lieut, and Mrs. J. L. Keasler and
Dean Sarah Blanding.
entertained at Chimney Corner with
a luncheon Saturday at 12:30 o'clock.
The luncheon tables were decorated
with spring flowers.
About twenty guests were present,
fayette hotel in honor of their visiting
inspector, Mr. H. G. Wright, of Chicago, national secretary and treasurer
of the fraternity.
After the luncheon, the guests were
entertained with a moving picture
of the Delta Sigma Pi conference
which was held at Madison, Wis., last
Those present were: Messrs.
Planck, W. B. Walker, Lloyd
Walker, B. F. Hensley, Xeroy Miles,
Wililam Richards, Wallace Jones, Ray
Bryant, Oney Clifford, George
Lon Rogers, James Sharp, John
Allen Wheeler, R. L. Dameron, Albert
Kittenger, William Mock, Paul O'Nan,
R. S. Kearns, William Walton, J. P.
Woman's Club Meeting
A called meeting of the Woman's
club of the University of Kentucky
was held Tuesday afternoon in the
recreation room of Patterson hall at
3 o'clock. Mrs. C. R. Melcher,- - the
Announcement was received here
Sunday of the marriage of. Mr. Travis
R. Million, 22, of Richmond, Ky.f to
Miss Katherine Garrett, 22, of St.
Louis,. Mo., the ceremony being performed Saturday in Louisville.
The bride is a junior in the College
of Arts and Sciences at Transylvania
Delta Sigma Pi Entertains
Delta Sigma Pi, honorary commerce College while the groom is a senior
in the College of Law at the Univerfraternity of the University of
entertained Friday with a sity, having received his Bachelor of
"liScheon at 12:30 o'clock at the La-- . Arts degree last year. toIt is underfinish their
stood that both intend
Miss Garrett is the daughter of the
The alumnae of Chi Omega sorority
president of the National Bank of Chi Omega sorority held their FounMissouri.
ders' Day banquet, Tuesday, April 5,
fin the ballroom of the Lefayette hotel.
Members of both chapters and their
Honor for Miss Yungblut
Margaret Yungblut, the alumnae were present. The guests
daughter of Judge and Mrs. C. W. of honor for the occasion were Miss
Yungblut, of Dayton, Ky., who is at- Hilda Threlkeld, naitonal
and Miss Susan Montgomery,
tending the University of Cincinnati,
has recently been initiated into Phi national inspector.
Tables were arranged in the form
Delta Delta, honorary law1 fraternity
for women. Miss Yungblut was grad- of the Greek letter Chi, and a basket
uated from the University of Ken- of white carnations, the fraternity
tucky last year where she was promi- flower, was placed in the center of
nent in dramatic and scholastic activ- the "X." Yellow candles in silver
Her many friends here are candlelabras were spaced at intervals
glad to know of the latest honor con- on the table, and the Chi Omega shield
cast a soft light over the ballroom.
ferred on her.
As customary at the Founders' Day
banquet a silver cup was presented by
Kappa Delta sorority presented a each chapter to the freshman who has
play, "One Father of AH," Sunday been most outstanding in scolastic
evening at 6:30 o'clock at Patterson standing and school activities. Miss
Josephine Lapsley was presented the
The play was a presentation of var- cup given by Lambda Alpha, and one
Carter received the
ious players of different religions of Mildred
the world, closing with an interpreta- presented by Chi chapter.
Province Convention Here This Month
tion of the Lord's prayer.
The Delta province convention of
the Delta Delta Delta national sororWomen's Banquet
14 to 17
The annual women's banquet of ity will be held here April.
the University of Kentucky was held when the members of theofDelta
at the Phoenix hotel Thursday; April chapter of. the University ofKentucky
7, at 6:30 o'clock with the Women's and the Beta Zeta
Administrative Council of the uni- vania College will be hostesses.
Chapters at 32 universities and colversity in charge.
The president of the council, Miss leges will be represented at the conJeanette Metcalf, acted as toastmis-Ires- s vention of Delta province which is the
and gave ambition as her toast. largest of the three provinces of Delta
Replying to the toast were represen- Delta Delta. Numerous social affairs
tatives of the various classes: Senior, will be given in honor of the delegates
Virginia Boyd; junior, Pauline Ad- during their stay here.
Sorority Formal Dance
freshman, Isabel Harris.
The Delta Zeta sorority of the uniChi Delta Phi, honorary literary
sorority held pledging services for versity entertained Saturday evening
three new members, Misses CjTnthia from 8:30 until 12 o'clock with a
Smith, Elizabeth Wood and Martha formal dance in the ballroom of the
Minihan. The Alpha Gamma Delta Phoenix hotel.
scholarship cup was awarded to Miss
Decorations for tne dance were caroutstanding ried out in the fraternity colors of
Elizabeth Cromer, the
freshman girl in the university.
rose and green. The orchestra was
enclosed in a white trellis with roses
and ferns, and the windows were decOmicron chapter of Alpha Gamma orated with SoutKern smilax. The
Hho celebrated Pounders' Day with lights were shaded with large pink
a banquet Monday evening at 6:30 roses, the fraternity flower. Artistic
o'clock in the palmroom of the Phoe- hand painted programs in the form
of dolls with lace skirts of rose and
An interesting program was given green and holding green fans of
by the active and faculty members. ostrich feathers were given to the
Active members who were present guests.
were: Messrs. A. C. Berry, W. O.
The music was iurnished by the
Blackburn, W. R. Brooks, L. M. Cald- Rhythm Kings orchestra. Fruit punch
T. E. Ford, W. L. was served during the dance.
well, J. H. Evans,
Graddy, T. G Harned, G. L. Haydon,
Members of the active chapter, the
H. T. Hesson, G. T. Insko, R. B.
hostesses, were: Misses Mildred
F. G. Melton, R. L. Riddle,
Bobbie Finnie, Mary Bell Smith,
H. S. Scott, J. W. Scott, J. W. Utter-bac- Eleanor Beggs, Nancye Kidwell, Ella
E. Wrather, T. "Young, R. E. Marie Kintsler, Claire Buys, Henrietta
Howell, Elizabeth Graham, Evelyn
Pledges: Messrs. J. W. Brown, N. Laird, Jane Lewis, Louise Tiley, Mary
L. Royse, G. White, Waldo Page, J. Giles Thorn, Dale Smith, Lula Garr
Kendall, Elizabeth Hood, Alice Young,
Faculty members: Messrs. W. S. Loise Perry Brown, Martha Duncan,
Anderson, E. J. Kinney, J. J. Hooper, Kathryn Asbury, Virginia Mackay,
E. J. Wilford, E. C. Johnson, J. H. Wilma Robinson, Pauline Carpenter,
Martin, J. O. Barkman. Other alum- Mary Allen Steers, Alma Lipper, Marni present were Messrs. R. H. Ford, garet Fry, Lydia Latham, Christine
J. W. Ford and J. D. Foster.
Pledges: Misses Lucile Dorsey,
Chi Omega Banquet
Margaret Wyant, Amelia Crume.
Lambda Alpha and Chi chapters
Alumnae: Misses Lillian White,
Ann Williams, Mary Stallings, Lillian
Rasch, Kathryn De Mint, Mary Elizabeth Depew, Mrs. Archie Carpenter,
Mrs. James Higgins.
Scrap Books, Memory Books,
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guests at the Delta Zeta
guest at the Zeta Tau week-en- d
a week-en- d
house and attended the formal SaturMisses Pauline Ashcraft, Nancy day evening.
Mary Wilson and Gladys Wilson were
Miss Martha Terry Smith, of Hazguests of Misses Jane Ann Carlton
in Louisville last ard, is a guest at the Chi Omega
and Lorena Weber
week-enMr. Charles Cunningham, of CinDelta Chi fraternity announces the
pledging of Mr. Wayne Dameron of cinnati was a guest at the Delta Tau
Delta house last week-en- d
and attend- Catlettsburg, Ky.
ed the Delta Zeta dance.
Mr. James Kimball and Mr. Doug
vest ot tne university ot Cincinnati
University of Denver For helping
were visitors at the Kappa Sigma
to organize a debate on marriage behouse last week-entween a clergyman and Judge Ben
Mr. David McNamara and Mr.
David Kimbrough visited in Frankfort Lindsey, Ralph Batchelet,
last week-enMr. Berand Gorman was a visitor
at the Sigma Nu house last week-enMiss Virginia Conroy visited at her
home in Mt. Sterling last week-enMiss Lillian Rasch of Covington
spent the week-en- d
at the Delta Zeta
house and attended the dance Satur
Misses. Mary Stallings, of Rich
mond, Alice Kidwell, of Dover, Sarah
Cosby of Richmond, Katherine, De
Mint, of Madison, Ind., and Anna
Steele Taylor, of Nicholasville, were
dent of the Thinkers' club, was kidnapped and flogged into unconsciousness by five masked men.
Gladys "Who is that ugly man
That's my fiance
and I want you to know that beauty is
only skin deep."
Gladys "Well, take him home and
sl:;n him." Arizona Kittykat.
University of Wisconsin One man
has been expelled from school for taking a reserve book from the reading
room of the library.
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Founders' Day Banquet
Chi chapter of Chi Omega sorority
of Transylvania College
Lambda Alpha chapter of the University of Kentucky, held their Foun-
ders' Day banquet Tuesday evening
at 6:30 o'clock at the Lafayette hotel.
Mrs. Jack Ryan acted as toast- mistress, and responses were made by
several members of each chapter of
Decorations for the banquet were
of spring flowers and the fraternity
to Flemingsburg Saturday to be the
guest for the week-en- d
and Mrs. Heflin's sister, Mrs. Virginia
Mr. and Mrs. Enoch
Sigma Beta Xi announces the pledg
ing of Mr. W. O. Toy, of Henderson,
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