COLLEGE BOYS' TAILOR
216 S. Limestone
urday evening, from C until 8 o'clock.
Tho tables wore beautifully decorated with blue and gold, tho colors
of tho fraternity, and their illuminated shield hung at one end of tho
A tempting menu was served and
the following very interesting talks
Lamp and Cross, men's honor
"The History of Fraternities as a
ary fraternity, will give their annual Whole," H. M. Meriwether: "WHv
danco in the evening at the the Fathers of tho Students Should
Support tho University," Prof. K. F.
Fnrqtihar; "Tho Relation of tho Fath
Phi Hcta Parties
er to the Son," Dr. Frank L. McVey.
Tho members of tho new chapter Toastmaster, Arthur H. Morris.
Our :crvicc is unequalcd. It includes
of Phi Beta entertained tho visiting
Phi Dclt Dance
H Phi Betas, Miss Evelyn Glcason of
All New Cars,
Tho active chapter and pledges of
Chicago, Miss Vivian Breaks and La
Phi Delta Theta of the university
K Ituc Loftin, of Cncinnnti,
forluncheon nt tho Canary Cottage af- entertained with their
mal dance nt the Lafayette hotel Satj
m ter tho installation ceremonies which
Locked Steering Wheels
were hold at the homo of Dr. and urday
Tho ballroom was decorated in
ft Mrs. W. L. Hcizer, on Maxwell street
azure and argent, tho fraternity col
Spare Tires no waits for a new tire.
The installation afternoon tea was ors, And tho illuminated shield of
held nt Patterson Hall from 4 to tho fraternity was placed upon the
Free Road Service
The decorations were of wall.
The programs were in blue and sil
iris and locust blossoms and tho colors of the fraternity, lavender and ver with white silk cords and were
the courtesy and careful attention of real Friends.
embossed with the fraternity emblem
In the evening Mrs, Ileizer enter in silver on the front cover.
Members of tho nctivo chapter are:
tained the chapter beautifully with a
Clarence Baldwin, William Blanton,
1 The members are: Misses Lucille William Brock, John Snell Berry,
Stillwcll, Corith Taylor, Adah King, Arch Bennett, Elbert Bell, C. D
Pcnrl Martin, Mary Ellen Dale, Doro French, Robert Giovnnnoli, Stuart
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Garage H thy Bonar, Virginia Hcizcr, Betty Price Hemphill, J. R. Hascldcn, W.
Lawless, Emmet Milward,
Madcllc Van Cleve and Robert
Lcroy Miles, William B. Mintcr, Lev
Operated BY College Men FOR College Men.
ing Y. McCnrty, William L. Richards,
Among the interesting engagement William Smith, J. William Tunks, Joe
announcement is that of Miss Eliza Taylor, John J. Walsh, Jr.
The pledges: Waller Jones, Lenord
MacLcan Piggott, daughter of Walter
J. Piggott, of Irvington, and Mr Brocckcr, William Walcutt, J. J.
Thomas Rust Underwood, which was Richardson, William Crutchcr, JamesWclmade known Saturday at a luncheon Cromwell, Edward Bennett and
triven bv Miss Martha McCluro at den Simpson.
Tyncbrac in honor of Miss Piggott,
DRY CLEANING AND PRESSING
The Campus Club of the university
who, since her graduation from tho had an enjoyable trip Saturday to
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university several years ago has made Trails End camp on the Kentucky
Quality and Service
her home with Dr. and Mrs: William river. They had a picnic supper here
4 B. McCluro at their country place and were entertained by the many diThe marriage will be solemnized on versions of camp.
June 20 at Tyncbrac, after which the
Each summer Miss Sarah Blanding
voumr neonle nlan to make their assists Miss Mary Do Witt Snyder,
home in Lexington.
the director, at Camp Trails End, and
jjj Fraternity Stationery
Both Miss Piggott and Mr. Under she has invited the club to have its
wood, who were students at the uni picnic at the camp.
versity, are now members of the Her
Announcements have been issued of
aid staff. Mr. Unueroow acting in
the capacity of managing editor and the marriage of Virginia Barron MarWhile tin, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. J. Cray
1 Miss Piggott as state editor.
at the university Miss Piggott was a Martin of Carlisle, to Mr. Fred.. h.
ucsburcr. on Saturcrav. .Mar .'16. .
member of. the Chi Omega sorority;
The marriage totik bTvc's m Ptr:s
she was for a time managing editor
of the Kernel, she was a member of on Saturday afternop in. thu.sJtudy. ff
I" Theta Sigma Phi and Mortar Board. of the Rev. J. W. Gtotfelt-V- ,
The couple", after a short
Since going with the Herald, she has ficiated.
been successful in her chosen field motor tour and a brief stay; with, 'the
and has merited being called one of bridegrom's mother, will nCak!- - theif.
the most thoroughly capable news home in Lexington.
K paper women in the south.
Mr. Augsburg is a graduate of the
Mr. Underwood was at the univer university and is a member of the
He was a mem- Kappa Alpha fraternity.
sity during 1917-1ber of Phi Delta Theta fraternity and and Mrs. Augsburg have a large cir g
cle of friends here who wish them
happiness and extend to them a warm
Alpha Gamma chapter of Kappa welcome.
Vina Vioon TOoivnd nf
Delta Pi." honorary education
a nitv. .observed' their first "i. frater- the nnniinoTYiniif
forth'comingmarfiage of Miss
- r juio,
Day with a banquet Mon luarina n
xiuukiiuui, uiiugmur ui Hf
'day evening in the Palm room of the C. C. Buckman, of Spokane, Washing?
K Phoenix hotel. Mr. C. S. Lowrey pre ton, to Hcywood Rudy Barret, of Hol
lywood, Cal., made recently at a tea S
sided as toastmaster.
ii ir irir i
rit ir immr !ir n ii
and her 3
Those present were members of the given by Mrs. Buckman
active chapter, including the newly daughter at their home. The wed S
initiated members: Misses Lurhne ding will take place in June.
The announcement is of special
Cole, Lucille Lovely, Catherine Rob
"Watch your Watch"
erts, Margaret Tandy, Martha Lane, interest to the many friends of both
Georgia--RousTruman, young people in Kentucky and to Miss
Ritchie Stevenson, Bess Owens, Anna Buckman's many friends at the vmv
Peck. Mary West, Lela Scopes, Mar versity, from which she was gradu
garet Grasty; Elizabeth uepew, xurs ated, receiving her degree in Jour
CAREFUL WATCH REPAIRING
Marv Duncan: Messrs. E. D. Kinkie nalism.
She is well remembered as an at
W. B. Stallard, Wallace Franck, Rus
sell Hunt, W. II. Arnold, 0. F. Gal tractive member of Kappa Delta so
lowav. R. E. Jaggers, Cary Ham rority and for her numerous activities
monds. Armiel Carman, E. H. Can on the campus. She was a member
157 South Lime
Council for four years
non, C. S. Lowrey, J. L. Chambers of
Caskey Jewelry Co.
Dr. .1. T. C. Noe and Trot. JVX. u and was one of the charter petitioners
of Theta Sigma Phi, and for a time
was managing editor of the Kernel,
al parties and luncheons were besides being prominent in dramatics,
for tho Kappa Delta fraternity taking part in three Stroller casts
Miss Buckman, since making her
during the week. The senior mem
bers of the fraternity who will be residence in Spokane two years ago
I 1X1 I
I I --Li I VI I
guests of has been engaged in teaching at North
frndunted in June were
Central high school of Spokane.
honor for the affairs.
Mr. Barret is the son of Mrs. Stra
Mrs. J. T. Pride and daughter, Miss
delightfully chan Barret of Hollywood. Cal. Ho
Joy Pride, entertained
Wednesday is associatd in business there with
with a luncheon-bridg- e
and Thursday at their home on East Johnson, Carvel and Murphy, one of
the oldest firms of merchandise brokMaxwell street.
Miss Lydia Roberts entertained ers in Los Angeles.
with a charming bridge party at her
238 West Main Street
home on West Third street.
Announcement was made Saturday
Saturday afternoon members of the of the engagement of Miss Elizabeth
Classes every Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 8:30 to
picnic party Shropshire to Mr. Wm. Addams, of
fraternity havo planned a
at Cherry Lodge, on tho Kentucky Cynthiann, when Miss Shropshire en10:30 P. M. 50c per lesson.
river, in honor of the graduate mem- tertained beautifully with an anPrivate Lessons by Appointment
bers. They are: Misses Mary Agnes nouncement party at her home, Fair-vieGordon, Helen King, Amanda GorFarm.
For Information Call 4115
don and Frances Kenney.
is a graduate of tho
Tiio bride-eleuniversity and is u popular member
Studio can be rented by the evening for Club dances, etc.
Dr. McVey will address the stu- of the Kappa Delta sorority. Sho is
dents at convocation Monday at tho now a member of tho faculty of tho
fifth hour. Ho has chosen "Between department of Art.
Us" for his subject, which promises
Mr. Addams is a graduato of Corto bo a "get together" talk which nell University, where ho was a memwill bo of interest to tho entiro uni- ber of the Sigma Nu fraternity.
W. K. Bradberry, of tho Niagara
Word has been received that Prof.
Falls Power Company, spoke at the Carol Sax has arrived at IMska, Alengineers' assembly at tho fourth geria, after a dclighful stay at Mo12- -2
hour, May 21. Ho had as his sub rocco. Ho is not expected to return
ject, "N'iagara FalU Power Develop to the university until September.
Made by Real French Chefs
Mr. Osknr Ilambleton was in Henderson Monday, where he made an
address before tho State Federation
Tho members of tho Alpha Tau of Women's Clubs on "Costumes."
Omega fraternity entertained their
Miss Bcrnadino Hughes, of Dan- On Lime, Just Above High
fathers with n banquet at tho chap villi), spent last week end at tho Kup
ter house on South Limestone, Sat pa Delta house
Frdny, May 22 Engineers enter
taining with their carnival hall In
the now gymnasium.
Saturday, May 23 Delta Delta
Delta sorority entertaining in the
evening with their annual lormal
dance in the ballroom of tho Phoenix
Special Rates For Classes
Private Lessons by Appointmen
DANCE: Saturday Night
Blue Ribbon Saxophones
Dodge - Ford - Truck
For the Engineer's Ball and other Masquerade
events we are showing a gorgeous collection of. costumes as varied in description as your fancy would
desire. The column to the left contains a partial list
of costumes now in stock
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