MRS. R. L. STOUT HOLDS
The following story appeared recently In n local paper:
"The American Clan MacGrcgor, a
Scotch society now numbering five
hundred persons of MacGregor blood,
has been officially recognized by Its
chief, Sir Malcolm MacGregor, Baronet, of Scotland, and affiliated with
the clan of the Bame name in the old
Mrs. Stout holds the pic
turesque offico of
representing Kentucky at tho annual
"Tho meetings at Washington aro
given over to tho singing of clan
songs and spoken addresses relating
to tho Scotch history of Rob Hoy MacGregor, and his many descendants.
These gatherings attract universal attention at tho National Capital
of their unln.no featuren
the totttctlnsi. Is n
sprig of pine sent trom the old Mac
Gregor country in Scotland and fastened to a bit of ribbon of the Macs
Gregor tartan. The MacGregor
bearing tho proul motto,
bearing the proud motto, "Roy-uou- s
place above tho head of tho
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326 W. Main St., Lexington.
News of the
dance was given
at the Armory Friday evening, April
14, in honor of the new members of
the two organizations who were
pledged 'at that time.
The Keys held their pledging serv-
In Solid Gold
ice during the tenth dance, and an
nounced the following new members
from the freshman class: Aaron
Coates, iSpencer Roark, John Howard,
Layton Thompson, Galen Poindexter,
Rogers Moore, Frank Heick, Franklin
Thompson, Hackney and Hayes.
During the thirteenth dance the
Thirteens pledged the following men
from) the sophomore class:
Server, J. A. Brittain, Rpyce
T. T. Richards, Harry Milward,
John Campbell, J. W. Welch, Lloyd
Wheeler, B. T. LaMaster, Tllford Wilson, Charles Haydon, Walter Dempsey
and Robert Arnold.
The Armory was decorated In the
emblems and colors of the two organizations, and favors and confetti made
the occasion a gala affair.
Mrs. C. E. Underwood, of Louisville,
spent Sunday with her daughter, Miss
Miss Salllc Morton, of OweiiBboro,
will be tho guest of Miss Virginia
Stout during tho Easter holidays.
Misses Emma and Mary Uttcrback
at their homo in
spent the week-en-
Mrs. Henry S. Barker has returned
from a visit to Louisville.
Msb Ella K. Cox, of Winchester,
"A Jar of Robo Leaves," Mary
Tho girls of tho active chapter are:
Alpha Xi Delta Sorority ccebratcd
Misses Lila Estes, Stella Pennington,
Founders' Day with its annual banquet
Carrio Leo Jones, Zula Ferguson, AusMonday ovenlng at tho Phoenix Hotel.
tin Lily, Midred Graham, Robbie
Miss Lila Cayo Estes, who presided Douglas Wilson, Margaret Tuttle,
was responded to
Kathleen Sullivan, Jano Dickoy and
with tho following toastB:
"Planting tho Pink Rose," Stella
Tho alumnao present woro: Misses
Mary K. Vcnable, Anna Wallls, Eliz"Green Little Rose Leaves," Austin
abeth Wallls, Edna Moonoy, Mary ElLilly.
lon Rogers, Elizabeth Waddy, Hattlo
"Full Blown," Jano Dickoy.
Noland, Mary Brown, Betty Coons,
"Thorns," Carrie Leo Jones.
Mrs. S. E. Belong, Mrs. Ted Porch
"Tho Winds That Woo tho Roses,"
Buchnnnon, Mrs. Otis Korschor, Miss
Mrs. Warner Proctor.
Mr. J. F. Ecker and son motored
from Louisville Sunday to spend tho
'lay with MIbb Laura Esther Ecker.
Miss Willie Tnylor visited Miss
Frances Steele in Winchester last
Miss Laura Landage, of Houston- ville, was the guest of Miss May North
for the week-end- .
Miss Mary Oglesby has returned
from a few days visit to her home in
Misses Mary Hamilton and Laura
Lee Jameson, of Cynthiana, were at
home for the week-end- .
Misses Edna Mooney 'and Mary Ellen Rogers, of Paducah, who were
here for the Alpha Xi Delta banquet
Monday evening, visited Misses Zula
Ferguson and Robbie Douglass Wilson
Miss Mary G. Fisher, who is ill at
her home in Danville, is improving
During the month of April only, we
will offer the following reductions:
Belts $1.00 now
How about those flowers? Remem
ber her kindly for Easter with a cor
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Y. W. C. A.
The Young Women's Christian As
sociation held its regular meeting Sun123 EAST MAIN ST.
day evening at Patterson Hall. A talk
on "College Life Through Freshman
OPPOSITE THE PHOENIX
Spectacles" was made by Miss Eryle
Special music was a feaRichmond.
We Do Watch and
ture. The meeting was led by Miss
Professor B. F. Farquhar discussed Eliza Piggott.
"Poetry" before the College Club at
the Phoenix Hotel last Thursday afternoon, and will have for the subject of
The Philosophia Literary Society
the last lecture of the series this afterheld its weekly meeting Wednesday
noon, "Some Loci Critic!."
evening, April 19. The program was
Duet, Misses Lena Clem and Celia
The sophomore dance has been postMiss Ruby
Talk on "Donizetti,"
For any kind of dental service call on
poned from Friday evening, April 21,
to Saturday evening, April 22. Wright's
The rehearsals for the play are go
Trio will furnish the ing
on and much enthusiasm is being
hours 8 a. m. 8 p.
J. 00 now
We also have a Line of Kentucky
Banners at Reduced Prices, this
Come Early and Make
University Book Store
Dr. J. T. Slaton
Phoenix Hotel Lobby
City Phone 1854 Hotel Phone 1900
THURSDAY, APRIL 27
Seniors and juniors desiring invitations to the Junior Prom are
to see immediately some one of
the committee composed of F. W.
Potts, C. F. Parks and W. C. Neagle.
How about those flowers? Remem
ber her kindly for Easter with a
WEDNESDAY, MAY 10.
College Stationery, Engraving,
an Die Stamping Frat and
J18 N Limestone
$60,000 DISTRIBUTED TO HORSEMEN
SIX OR MORE RACES DAILY.
Kentucky Association Spring Meeting
FEATURES ATTRACTING BEST HORSES EVERY DAY.
ADMISSION: MEN, $1.50; LADIES, 50 CENTS. ORCHESTRAL MUSIC.
JCN. CAMDEN, Pregident. G. D. WILSON, Secretary.
W. H. SHELLEY, Racing Secretary.