Powell, J. L. Hays, C. H. Lisman, W.
W. Kirtley, Roy Moreland, H. B.
McEuen, C. M. C. Porter, N. B.
Rogers, Elbert Sparks.
Among the alumni present were
Judge Lyman Chalkley, of the University of Kentucky; Capt. J. E.
of the Military Department of
Buckner, Rigley McDaniels, F. B.
Jones, C. E. Baldtrcc, Jr., Raymond the University of Kentucky; Judge R.
Wilkey, O. L. Higdon, H. C. True, C. Stoll, of the Fayette circuit court;
Wiley Sams and Benjamin Shaver.
Messrs. Bailey B. Baxter, Kelly Kash,
Samuel Cole, Frank Ginocchio, Clyde
O. Buron, James
Saturday evening the Central Ken- Chapman, Henry T. Duncan, of the
tucky Branch of the American Asso- Lexington bar.
ciation of University Women will give
a dance in the Senior High school
Founders' Day Banquet
The Omicron chapter of Alpha
The high school and college stu- Gamma Rho fraternity .University of
Kentucky, gave their Founders' day
dents holding cards are invited.
The chaperones will be Miss Frances banquet Wednesday evening in the
Jewell, Miss Adelaide Crane, Mrs. palm room of the Phoenix hotel. The
Charles Judson Smith, Mrs. Ansel F. decorations were in the fraternity
Heminway, Miss Mary W. Brown, colors, green and gold, and the fraMiss Grace Cruickshank, Miss Min- ternity flower, ping roses. Mr. C. E.
nie Cramer, Miss Glass, Miss Terry, Harris, presided ably as toastmaster
Miss Edmonds, Miss Anne Garrett.
and responses were made by Messrs.
J. E. Humphrey, H. V. Temple, E. J.
Wilford, F. J. Keilholz, W. S. AnMin Bhively's Bridge.
Miss Virginia Carlisle Shively, a stu-- , derson, Sr., J. R. Watlington, W. S.
dent at the University of Kentucky, Anderson, Jr., Pual Record, J. H.
entertained Tuesday afternoon with Martin, J. J. Hooper, R. D. Shipman.
Those present were:
a beautiful bridge party at the LafayActive chapter W. S. Anderson,
ette hotel in honor of Miss Ruby Jones,
of Clovis, N. M., who is spending the Jr., Harmon Barnes, S. E. Barret, R.
T. Bell, A. J. Broderick, G. W. GardEaster holidays here.
Spring flowers were used in the dec- ner, J. H. Graham, C. E. Hubbuch,
orations and a delicious menu was C. E. Harris, H. W. Kister, F. G.
Crary, Strater Harney, H. B. Lane,
The guests were Misses Edna Lewis Elmer Leechman, R. D. Shipman, E.
Wells, Elizabeth Moorman, Edna Gor- L. Langsford, H. V. Temple, J. L.
don, Pauline Park, Polly Doolin, Lucy Shaw, E. B. Noland, A. C. Wilson,
Smith, Mabel Ruth Coates, Frances J. H. Williams, P. R. Watlington, J.
Cregor, Louise Carson, Marie Beck-ne- E. .Humphrey, J. C. Brown.
Guests Messrs. Paul Record, J. R.
Mary Katherine Jasper, Zula Ferguson, Margaret Lavin, Anne Mary Watlington, J. D. Foster, H. W. FarRisen, Elizabeth Brown, Isalbelle Ben- mer, E. J. Kinney, J. J. Hopper, F,
J. Keilholz, J. H. Martin, E. J. Wilnett and Mrs. Lyons, of Winchester.
The guest of honor was presented-wit- ford, W. S. Anderson.
a French corsage, and the prize
Omega Rho Tea
for high score, a pair of hose, was won
Omega Rho Sorority entertained
by Miss Edna Gordon, and the consolation gift, an Easter egg filled with Saturday afternoon with a charming
candy, was presented to Miss Eliza- tea from 4 to 5 o'clock at the home
of Mrs. Frank McFarland, on South
The living room and dining room
Initiation and Banquet
Clay Chapter of the Phi Alpha were beautifully decorated with sweet
Delta Law fraternity of the Univer- peas and candles in the fraternity colsity of Ke'ntucky held their initiation ors, lavendar, silver and rose.
The refreshments were white iced
services at the Lafayette hotel Monday
evening, followed by a banquet in the individual cakes with the Greek letters
Omega Rho in lavender and rose,
ball room of the hotel.
The initiates were Messrs. E. E. cream, and mints which were also in
Siler, Robert Coleman, Jr., Thomas the sorority colors.
Assisting Mrs. McFarland were the
Ballantine, John W. Gillon, Jr., Basil
Frost, N. C. Johnson.
Messrs. Eldon S. Dummit, '20, Thompson, Edith. Rowland, Margaret
Colli-vemember of the Lexington bar, and Graves, Cella Taylor, Morine
Lois Heath, Elizabeth
Henry Sullivan, '22,- memlber of the
Mt. Sterling bar, were taken in as Lilly E. Kohel and Mrs. L. J.
The guests present were Mrs. Har-lan- d
Members of the active chapter are
Scarbough, Mrs. P. K. Homes,
Messrs. Marshall Barnes, W. C. PickMrs. W. H. Courtney, Misses Frances
ett, J. G. Bruce, J. B. Nickel!, J. S.
Jewell, (Catherine Cave, Marion Par
CaudeH S. B. Neal, S. H. Rice, P. T. sons,
Ann Gormley, Mary Katherine
Gormley, Mary .McAllister, Elizabeth
Galloway and Virginia Newman.
A charter was granted to Omega
Rho at the January meeting of the
Senate. The patronesses are Mes
At Corner of Mill
dames Frank McFarland, W. H
"Courtney, Harland Scarborough
P. K. Holmes.
Friday, April 6 Chi Omega
Banquet, Phoenix Hotel. Alpha
Zeta Fraternity Dance, Phoenix Hotel.
Saturday, April 7 Alpha Gamma
Rho House Dance.
Friday evening the Lambda Alpha
and Chi chapters of Chi Omega fraternity will give their annual banquet
at the Phoenix Hotel at 6:30 o'clock.
Miss Nancy Innes will preside as the
A number of
Chi Omegas are expected to attend.
Alumni club of New York will entertain with a dinner dance at the
hotel. Dean F. Paul
Mrs. and Mrs. P. Anderson, Jr.,
and Miss Nannie Miller Woods are
among those who will be present.
Alpha Gamma Rho Parties
The members of Alpha Gamma Rho
fraternity of the University of Kentucky entertained with a banquet
Wednesday evening in the palm room
of the Phoenix Hotel in commemoration of founders' day.
Saturday evening the fraternity will
give a dance at the chapter house at
210 East High Street.
News has been received here of the
wedding of Miss Sip Akers, of
to Mr. Jackson Stanford, of
Richmond, Va., which was solemnized
at the home of the bride's parents in
They are spending a
week or two with relatives in Richmond and will later come to Lexington for a brief visit before going to
Shreevesport, La., where they will
make their home.
The wedding is of especial interest
here, where the bride was a popular
student at the University of Kentucky two years ago. She was a
ber of the Epsilon Omega chapter of
Kappa Delta fraternity.
Alpha Gamma Epsilon
Four men of the University of Kentucky were initiated, into Alpha Gamma Epsilon fraternity Tuesday evening at White Hall.
Messrs. T. L. Hankins, Waddy; E. D.
Armstrong, Parks ville; Fred A. Orth,
Henderson, and Joseph Bradley, Lexington.
Following the initiation Dr. Frank
T. McFaTland, faculty member of the
fraternity, spoke on "Aims and Ideals."
The members of the cative chapter
are: Messrs. S. S. Shouse, M. C.
Beese, Emmett Bradley, Leslie M.
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Mr. Albert B. Chandler Mr. and Mrs. sweater on a sleeve and shoulder
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Banquet to Close the Season
The girls basket ball team of
University of Kentucky entertai
with a 'banquet recently at
Lafayette Hotel. The table was
orated in blue and white artistic.
arranged. The orginal basket ball $
with blue and whi'te ribbons wa
a platter in the center encircled
wreath of smilax. The favoj M
chosen according to the charact
of the guests and were wrai
blue paper and tied with white
Miss Sarah Blanding presJ
toastmaster and the respons
Short speeches were also g
Mr Chandler and Mr. Boles.
The banquet closed with the
of a captain and a managei'
girls' football team for next ye Hs$Lf
Lucy Wilson, captain; Miss
Those present were Misses Sarah
Blanding, Dorthy Potter, Betty Carroll, Margaret
Harrison, Lucy Wilson, Rowena P.
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