THE KENTUCKY KERNEL.
Ben Ali Theatre
PATT HALL PERSONAL
Missea Lelah Oault, Cella Cregor,
and Laura Lee Jameson spent last
the guests of Miss Mary
Miss Luclle Harbold, Woodland, was
the guest of Misses Nell Crain and
Esther Johnson, Sunday.
Miss Isabelle Bennett, Richmond,
was the guest of Miss Eugenia Hume
Catherine Snyder was the
,Mlss' Lavtala McDowell at
Warsaw, Sunday and Monday to at
tend the McDowell-PeaMiss
Miss Mayme Storms Dunn was the
guest of Miss Ada Hardesty at her
home In Fort Thomas.
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Mayer were
the guests of their daughter, Miss
Louise Mayer, Sunday.
Miss Adele Slade spent last weekend at her home in Cincinnati.
Miss Louise Turner and Mrs. Tur
ner were guests at the Hall Friday.
Mr. J. R. Downing visited his
Miss Margaret Downing, last
Miss Birdie Peak spent Monday In
Warsaw, attending the McDowell-Peawedding.
Miss Mary K. Hamilton, Cynthiana,
was the guest of Misses Ruth Card'
well and Mary Beall last week-end- .
Misses Henrietta and Blanche IIhardt, Nlcholasvllle, were guests of
Misses Anna Katherine Told and
Frances Hart, Saturday.
Miss Lavlnla McDanell and Bart N
Peak Lagrange, both former students
of the University, were married Mon
day at the bride's home In Warsaw,
Ky. Misses Birdie Peak and Catherine Snyder attended the wedding.
Miss McDanell was a student here
In 1915 and 19116. She was a member
of Kappa Kappa Gamma fraternity
and Is remembered as an exceptionally good student.
Mr. Peak was graduated from the
University last year. He was a member of Alpha Tau Omega fraternity
and Lamp and Cross, honorary senior
organiation. Peak entered the service
last fall and was stationed at Camp
Zachary Taylor. He has Just been
recommended for a commission from
the Third Officers' Training Camp.
MISS REYNOLDS GETS
Miss Ellen A. Reynolds, formerly an
instructor in the Home Economics
Department, who has been doing postgraduate work at the University of
Chicago for the past several months,
has been appointed urban supervisor
of extension work in the College of
Agriculture of the University of Vir
ginia. Her work will be performed
under the supervision of the federal
department of agriculture.
She has been studying the work of
the department in Washington and
Baltimore for several weeks and will
go to Richomnd, Va., which will be
her headquarters, imediately, to as
sume her duties.
TURNER WITH UNIT 40
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Faculty "Take Off" Gets
Prize in The
The lawn of Patterson Hall was
the festive scene of a party given by
the Y. M. and Y. W. C. A. to the facul
ty and students of the University, Fri
Every effort had been made to make
this last affair of the year a success,
and the committee Issued their invitations so cordially that almost the en
tire faculty and all the students gath
ered to toast marshmallows around
the huge flres that had been kindled in
the driveway leading to the Hall, and
sing the community songs that have
become so popular.
The lawn was ablaze with lights for
the bright flames of the fires vied with
the gay Jack o' Lanterns hanging in
the trees and the silver moon riding
on high, to see wmcn couia tnrow
the most light on the subject. The reception committee was not hampered
with the old idea of making as many
people talk to as many people as they
could introduce in the time allotted
them, but gave wide choice and every
one seemed to know to whom it was
he wanted to talk.
President McVey spoke to the students informally for a few minutes,
saying that he would be glad when
he could welcome the students to his
own home and give them the opportunity of knowing each other better.
The prize for the best stunt was
awarded to a faculty "take off." Thosetaking part in this were Misses Freda
Lemon, Bertha Miller, Eliza Spurrier,
Elizabeth McGowan, Mildred Graham,"
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Oct a pair ef theca nifty English laet
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The price la
Misses Margaret and Jean Wobl
In Frankfort, the
Misses Mildred Wood and Helen spent last week-enBrown, of Hamilton, were guests of guests of Mrs. Mary Brown Day and
Miss Lois Brown Saturday.
Miss Margaret Russel.
of the principal speakers on "Home
Economics Day," at the Kentucky Educational Association in Louisville this
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Mrs. Nell H. Turner, secretary to
Dean F. Paul Anderson, left Wednes
day night to report for duty at Camp DANCE FOR RED CROSS
Miss Helen Heady spent several
BY CHI OMEGA
Zachary Taylor as a member of the
days last week at her home in Ghent.
clerical force of Good Samaritan Base
The Red Cross dance given in the
Miss Mildred Collins spent last Hospital Unit No. 40.
Armory Saturday afternoon by Lamb
week-enat her home in North
MISS PURNELL GIVES LECTURE. da Alpha Chapter of Chi Omega was a
financial success. The Amory was dec- -'
Miss Myrtle Bailey spent Sunday at
Miss Linda Purnell, of the Home orated In lilacs. The hostesses wore
Wilmore, the guest of her aunt, Mrs.
Economics department, gave a food white, with Red Cross caps. Smith's
lecture to the War Garden Club of orchestra furnished the music.
The chaperons for the dance were:
Miss Ada Hardesty spent last week the Fifth Magisterial district, Monday
President and Mrs. McVey, Professor
end at her home at Fort Thomas.
and Mrs. Farquhar, Professor and
Miss Thelma Wright spent last
MISS R01ERTSON SPEAKS.
Mrs. Freeman, Mr. and Mrs. Shelby T.
week-enat her home in Cynthiana.
Harbison, Mrs. Tipton Young, Dean
Miss Eleanor Robertson, of the UniMiss Louie Powell spent Saturday
Anna J. Hamilton, Miss A. E. Crane,
guest of Misses Mildred and Marie versity of Louisville, spoke to the Y. Captain and Mrs. Royden, Professor
W. C. A. Sunday evening on the
and Mrs. Zembrod, Mrs. Olivia Tucker,
subject of missions and gave a very
Miss Florence Johnston spent last interesting discussion of some phases Mrs. Cufry Tunis, Mrs. E. R. Black
burn, Miss Marguerite McLaughlin.
week-enat her home in Lancaster.
of the medical missionaries'
The hostesses were: Misses Helen
Miss Lois Brown spent Tuesday in riences. Miss Robertson is sent out
Morris, Elolse Allen, Marie Young,
judging the graduation by the Baptist Women's Mission Board
Nancy Innes, Sarah Harbison, May
dresses of the High School students. to organize the girls of that denominaBarnes Browning, Louise Turner, Eliza
Miss Margaret Bird spent the week tion into classes for the study of the Piggott,
end the guest of Mrs. J. W. Garrett mission problem.
Fletcher, Jane Bell, Mary Heron, Nan
cy Buckner, Betty Davis, Mary Adams
Miss Ruth Duckwall took dinner
Miss Nettie Pushln spent the week- Sunday with Miss Wallace Utterback. Talllott, iLucy Young, Mary D. Lane,
Margaret Downing, Roberta Blackend at Danville, the guest of her aunt,
Miss Elizabeth Davidson spent last burn, Helen Skaln, Bess Parry.
Mrs. H. Pushln.
week-enat Georgetown, the guest of
miss Eme Flood, Bagdad, was the Misses Billle Lindley and Evalyn
MISS SWEENEY AT K. E. A.
guest of Miss Elizabeth McGowan Thomas.
Miss Mary E. Sweeney will be one
Miss Florls Whittlnghill has returned from her home at Glen Dean.
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