THK KKNTl VK Y KKKNKI,. Friday. April 22.
Reluming Home Ee Grads Sure To See
Wesley Group One Familiar Face At UK
The Wesley Foundation will
have its installation banquet for
new officers in the Student Union
Ballroom at 6 o'clock tonight. The
Rev. Bill Slider, Elizabethtown.
will speak on "Christ and the
The officers elected Monday
right are president, Charlotte
Home Economics graduates at UK can oe sure
of hating 'one friendly fjce to greet them when
they return to school for visits.
He is Robert Berryman. general handvman and
caretaker for maintenance of the Home Economics
Building who says the most enjoyable part of his
Job is gc'tting to know the sluoenls and to be able
to greet them by name when thev return to see
what's going on at UK.
He says he can remember the names of all the
girls that have studied here for some time and has
surprised many by recalling their names even after
a long absence.
The Rev. ,,Scotty" Cowan, local kind of Job in mind.
pastor of Everybody's Church, will
i peak to the group Sunday evening following the Fellowship Supper at 6:30 p.m.
The Wesley Foundation's year-too"Petra." will be off' the
Holy Communion will be celebrated by the Rev. William Smith,
former Episcopal Chaplain to UK
ttudents. at the Canterbury House
Following the Fellowship Supper
nt 5:30 p.m. Sunday, a talk on
"What Is a Christian Scientist,"
will be given by Miss Marvyn Hor-tc- n,
junior in Arts and Sciences.
Dr. Frank Johnson, professor at
the College of the Bible, will lead
a 3ible study at 7:30 p.m. Sunday.
rln tr( .it
out of Senior" award will
rotne .t railed uuttiiik' o( ti e h.lj k(
pm. M'nl. in
1.'8 of the
Kobert ti lls of one incident when a ch.ur which
er the ih seleet- - it
one of the girls was rr finishing c.uiwht on fire. The
choice of the outv.nwlimc senior,
finished Job wan due soon as a el.uss requirement, pit krd fiom the
and the girl was extremely upset.
nil college ot the UimrtMty. oji
After put tins out the fire. Robert helped her to ' the basis of characfrr. servlte. .tiul
cut off the damaged part and with a little sanding scholarship l.wt year the trophy
was awarded to Jim I'errv. Hicmj
restored the chair to recoerable condition.
Robert may often be seen serving at luncheon Nu.
and dinners that Home Economics organizations the apring will lx presented at
merlins of the t'K
Alumni Club, the ponortn( or
"I've even been left to watch cakes and pie in Sanitation of Alma Magna Mater.
the oven when the girls have been busy," he said.
Alma Magna Mater is an
of student whose parRobert will complete his eighteenth year with
University in September. He left in 1943 for ent or grandparents att nied UK.
duty with the Armed Services, but came back to The meeting Monday Is open to
all students who are eligible to
the Home Economics Building in 1049.
Join the club.
He is married and has three children.
1'ruett; secretary. Merle Mcintosh;
and treasurer, Leroy Bondurant.
It is not surprising that Robert, as everyone in
A Planning Retreat of the old
Home Economics knows him, has acquired such an
and new cabinets meeting to plan affinity for names. He is called on in many ca
the program for next year will be pacities, and it is not "unusual to see several people
held at Camp Daniel Boone to- at one time looking for him, each with a different
Upsides his official duties. Robert
his way to nelp with imiiMi.W probWrm
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Simultaneous, revivals at the
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The Disciple Student Fellowship
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Father Robert Ryan will speak
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at the Student Union.
The Newman Club will hold a
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the Newman Clubs of Eastern.
and Centre. The group will
leave from the rear of the Student Union at 1 p.m.. with Bernie
Adams and Ann Mohler in charge
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The Music Department will preterit ' Suzanne Melton,
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E. B. Moore of Halevville, Ala. He
is a member of Delta Tau Delta,
totial fraternity, and was director
if the fraternity's glee club in the
He is also a member of Phi Mu
Alpha, honorary and professional
music fraternity. Lances. Junior
men's honorary fraternity. Lamp
and the University Choristers.
He has also appeared in two
tummer opera productions. "Marriage of Figaro" and "Song of
Norway." bj4 cne. Guignol play,
'Skin ftfijir Teeth'
Miss Melton, the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs, P. A. Melton of Hen- derson, was graduated from Christian College, Columbia, Mo., where
Fhe was the student of Geneva
Miss Melton's activities at the
University include Kappa Delta,
tccial sorority, Phi Beta, profes-Mon- al
music and drama fraternity,
University Choristers, and Music
Educators National Conference.
She is studying voice with
lis Jenness at the University. She
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Delano of Berea.
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