It is a subtle, joyus thing
This Christmas spirit.
tl makes Us sing and light
Of heart are we.
Friday, December 18
Sigma Nu tea darico in the after
noon from 3 to 5 o'clock at the
Kappa Kappa Gamma entertaining
with a tea dance in Patterson hall
But when the holiday is o'er
We find it's gone.
The snow has melted long ago
Spring days have come.
from 3:30 to 6 o'clock.
Freshman party in the gymnasium
in the evening from 7:30 to 10 o'clock.
Saturday. December 19
Alpha Gamma Delta hostess for a
Its blithesome joy is far nway
tea dance in Patterson hall in the
It cannot peak from under all afternoon from 3.30 to 6 o clock.
The heaps and heaps of Christmas
"Kentuckmn" dance in the gym
nasium in the evening from 8:30 to
It's packed beneath.
Saturday, December 20
Her" a Box of.
musical In Pfttter- - in the fraternity colors of blue and
The illuminated fraternity
Monday, December 21
shield hung nt one end of the hall.
Knppa KnppR Gnmrruv Christmas Music was furnished by a popular
tree and party at the chapter house
Punch was seived.
Sigma Beta Upsilon Christmas trci
(rticsts of honor. M 3scs Virginia
and party at the chapter house in licizcr, Frances Stcvonion, Lauvn
!clle Smith, Irene Cull.i, Nellie Cor-itho evening.
Tuesday, December 22
Edith Farmer, Nell Farmer, Utha
.Mm' Pan Hellenic, with a tea Hlackburn,
Virginia Bocook, Elizadance in the afternoon in the gymbeth Pruitt, Maxine Smith, Virginia
nasium and the formal dance in the Robinson, Mary Charles Loving,
Hostesses: Misses Margaret Gooch,
Grace Alverson, Dorothy Steither,
Emma Ncwbeaur, Hazel Hughes, Bee
Kappa Delta Pi, national honorary Worthington, Hallie Day Bach, Eugenia Money.
fraternity in education, announces the
The sruesta numbered about two
pledging of Mary Faith Huffakcr, hundred.
race Brewer, and Mary Joseph Jones.
The pledge service was held last FriTRI-DEL- T
day in the Education building and
of Delta Rho of Delta
the initiation and banquet will be Delta pledgessorority
held before the holidays.
This is n national professional delightful the active on Friday with a
aftem- fraternity for teachers and its members are selected from the junior and
The decorations consisted of ferns
senior classes, both men and women
being eligible for membership if they palms and tell Christmas candles. Thet
illuminated fraternitv nMnlrt hiin
have a scholastic standing of 2 or the
far end of the hall. The Rhythm
over and have chosen teaching as
Kings orchestra furnished the music,
Punch was .served.
Active chapter: Misses Ruth Mc-- 1
Cord, Evelyn Wright, Helen Samp-- i
The annual football dance given by son, Ruth Kehoc, Frances Maltby,
the Su-K- y
circle in honor of the mem- Marie Beckner, . Jean Todd, Lucile
bers of the freshman and varsity Howard, Elizabeth Gaiitskill, Helen
In Charge of Mary Webber
King, Lucilc Robb, Dorothy Baker,
Bernlece Edwards, Caroline Averlll,
Margaret Avcrill, Gkidys Smith, Mnr-ori- e
Smilh, Mnrthn Ball Edelln, Hazel
2 o clock.
mittee on arrangements is composed
of II. Wiemnn, pres.; J. Emerson
Willie King, Margaret linker,
Josephine Skain, Jimmie Augustus.
The dinner will be in honor of Captain
Ab Klrwnn, Elmore Vossmeyer, liny
guests were Shulte and William Moloney, members
of the club and other invited guests
arc the other members of the varsity
DINNER FOR FOOTBALL MEN
The Catholic club of tho university
Zeta Tail Alpha announces
win enieriain Monday night with a pledging of Nell Laccficld, of Midway.
6:30 o'clock dinner in honor of the
varsity football squad. The com (CONTINUED ON PAGE EIGHT)
GIVE HER A BOX OF BENTON CANDIES
BENTON'S SWEET SHOP
football squads of the university, Sat- noara, uuzaDetn UHeston.
urday night, December 13, at the
men's gymnasium, proved to be a Betsy Worth, Margaret Jones, Alice,
great sucess. The dance was well ioung,
attended, there being aHout &O0 people present.
Tha proceeds from this dance were
enough to fiokh paying th football
expenses incurred during ihe past
season and to provide torn funds with
which to start the basketball reason.
The Kentuckiana orchestra furnlsaed
The ehaperones were-- Dean Virginia Franke, Dean and Mrs. C. R.
Melcher, Prof, and Mrs. J. C. Jones,
Caut, and Mrs. James Taylor, and
Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Boles, Dr. and
Mrs. Funkhouser. Miss Margaret McLaughlin, Mr. Mclntyre, and Mr.
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Active members of the Omieron
chapter of Alpha Gamma Rho fraternity entertained with a delightful
dance, Saturday evening, from 6:30 to
12 o'clock, at the chapter house, in
honor of their pledges.
was beautifully decorated in the fraternity colors of green and gold, and
the fraternity flower, pink rose.
The hosts, members of the active
chapter, were A. G. Leaehman, S. E.
Barrett, J. R. Wattington, W. L. Grad-dJ. W., Utterback, S. F. Weathers,
O. R. Gaffin, S. J. Jones, T. E. Ford,
R. B. McClure, B. R. Sanders, F. G.
Melton, A. C. Berry. T. G. Harned.
The guests of honor, the pledges,
were J. T. Terry, T. G. Young, H.
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The Alpha Delta Theta fraternity
tea dance given by the pledges in
honor of the active chapter at Patterson hill was an event of Saturday
The hall was atractively decorated
with ferns and palms and streamers
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Students from other colleges attending the World Court conference were
entertained on Saturday afternoon
with a tea at Boyd hall, by the Y.
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