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Image 5 of The Kentucky Kernel, February 6, 1959

Part of The Kentucky Kernel

THE KENTUCKY KERNEL, Friday, Teh. f, Tly Tans To Color Parties niLLIE ROSE TAXTON Guns and daughters of UK, re-- c rbit ! Several more moons must swung around before we, at this nd. and a few of you at that end finally come to rest somewhere in be Miter space. We hope. Travelers to foreign parts have returned tans, peelings, and all. Those less fortunate are forced to if sort to Jergens lotion and brown ink to compensate for the lack of ultra-violrays In the television is assuming that some lube. This of you spent the lapse of time between semesters as your new reporter of this little, for lack of n better word, report. Should you meet a deadly pale female with bloodshot eyes attributed to early shows, late shows, afternoon shows. Perry Mason, Talladin, and all the rest then you, my friend, have Just passed your new society editor. May fhe rest in peace. Speaking of rest, there'll be little rt it around here this week-enThe KDs, complete with combo, will be hostesses to members of the beat generation tonight at their Beatnik party. Dress will be inspirational. The Phi Delts are returning to et d. the sunny south at their Florida party tonight. Sand, shells, palm branches. Spanish moss, and the like, confiscated by members, will set the stage. Larry Smith, social chairman of that group, also said that 100 coconuts had been ordered especially for the affair. Papaya Juice, anyone? Bill Davidson's combo will play. The Kappa Slfs are having a party, their annual follow-up of the Florida trek, tonight with the Imperials furnishing the beat. Trlifs will be awarded for the Calypso best costumes. The SAEs are rushing tonight with an informal dance at their house. The Olympians are playing. The Phi Taus and the Pi Kas are also rushing with parties tonight. The Delts are still recuperating. Student politicians are traveling to Louisville tomorrow for a Water-fiel- d IMMANUEL BAPTIST semi-form- (UNIVERSITY Continued On Page H. B. KUHNLE, Pastor FREE US j j 127 W. Main ' Phone 2-62- 34 Store Hours: 9 to 5 Daily 8 Siuipploes SDideriuiDes $22.50 ermaini Dirawiinig SUNDAY: 9:45 a.m. Bible Classes 10:45 a.m. Morning Worship 5:15 p.m. University Students BimstiD'Minraemifts Bible Study 6:00 p.m. Evening Worship ' -w Versa Bog WELCOME TO ALL SERVICES 8:45 a. m. Morning Worship 9:45 a. in. Sunday School 11:00 a. m. Morning Worship 5:30 p.m. Sunday Night Snack 6:15 p. m. Training Union 7:30 p. in. Evening Warship What to look for, how they are judged. Straight facts in nontechnical language. It will help you make a more intelligent diamond purchase. It's yours for the asking. f Jb0 No obligation. iCzXrt V jragoimeeirnin)) 328 Clifton Ave. A C7 al i HEIGHTS) High St. at Woodland FREE BOOKLET ON d, Church Of Christ CHURCH Leading Jewelers and Silversmiths lor 76 Years" 'round the flag, group! . Then, tomorrow night Mardi ftras comes to the UK campus via the Newman Club. Beginning at 9 o'clock in the SI B, the danre will have "Arabian Nights" for its theme. Logan Collins' band will play and tickets are $3 per couple. That leaves only Sunday to round out the week-enand Informal sorority rush begins that afternoon. For those of you who are still reading, thanks for your indulgence, and I hope to see you again next Friday. So, till then so long to you, and you, and you George, down there in Nashville. PINNED Pattie Hutchinson, ZTA, to Bill Thornberry, SPE. Patsy Mayhew, ZTA, to Shelly Jonowitz, ZBT. Lorelei Dye, KD, to Tom Green, rally at the Kentuckian Hotel. Buses will leave from in front of KS. the Coliseum at 10:30 a.m. and will return according to concensus of opinion. The Democratic gubernatorial candidate will speak at a banquet at noon. A Jam session will follow for the 700 Kentucky college students expected witn about 500 from UK alone. Rally end Central Kentucky' of Distinctive Jewels . . . Lexington "House 1950- -5 $10.75 to $26.50 MONDAY: 7:30 p.m. Men's Training Class WEDNESDAY: TRANSPORTATION 10:00 a.m. Bible Study 7:30 p.m. Bible Study BARNEY KEITH, Ivanleejst . William Keith Mm Uwi 14. Minister of Musk Minister of ill Bonner Director nf Yewrh Ttepon 89 or CAMPUS BOOK STORE 88 McVEY HALL ONE BLOCK FROM ROSE ST. ON CLIFTON 1959 FEBRUARY S The Religious Fellowships Cordially Invite You To Worship, Study, & lw 1 Campus Religious Activities M 2 34567 8 9 10 f T s 12 13 14 15 16 17 13 19 20 21 Serve: The group of Your choice 11 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 (ALL TIMES CDT) B SABBATH SERVICES FVFDY FRIDAY 8PM 10:00 A. M. !7ERYSPUNDAY RABBI Communion 3:30-- Meeting ?YrtS?rYuC,MMr i'0,7? LVenf l rny COUNSELING BY APPOINTMENT Advisor ' M7 M'iel ft P H.. NEWMAN CONFESSION CLUB FATHER JAMES HERLIHY CHRISTIAN STUDENTS FELLOWSHIP , y Lounge - SUB j A meet-g- - REV. NEWTON W"k FOWLER, Minister -- 7 ' (Jo.ntly w.th Westm.nster FOUNDATION . Student Center - 1 51 E. Maxwell St. V. TOM rPRMASM. M.t.r WESTMINISTER FELLOWSHIP a. m. Church School, local Presbyterian Churches P. M. Council (every ether Sun.) Student Center P. M. Supper " Program - Student Center P. M. Worship . Student Center ' J"47 ' 0N.E DISCIPLES STUDENT FELLOWSHIP Tel. p. m. Sat. FEBRUARY 18. 6:30 P. M. Y Lounge FEBRUARY SOCIAL - 13th RICHARD WESLEY 4-- 5 MONTHLY BUSINESS MEETING CARPENTER, Minister Tel. Worship - Broadway, First, High Street Christian Churches REV. a. m. Doily, . 4.6678 Te 7-- 8 ? Lenfen Services'- - Tu'es., eb. 17 and 5 Tuesdays duri9 Lent. Station, of Cross and Sermon 7 P. M. - Newman Club Chapel Newman Club Chapel Adjoins N.W. corner of Coliseum EVERY SUNDAY SUNDAY Meditation - I day & (Our New Chapel Is Under Construction) 26 9:30 A. M. Church School. 6:00 DSF Fellowship At Arlington. Central and Woodland Christian Churches School. First Methodist Church 9:30 A. M. 6:00 P. M. Supper at Student Canter 7:00 P. M. Forum and Evening Program . 7 and 9:30 A. M. Holy Communion 7:30 P. M. Litany, Penitential Office 28 SUNDAY - WORSHIP IN THE CHRISTIAN CHURCHES OF LEXINGTON Su,Pper Temporary quarters - 410 Rose Lane CHARLES LAWRENCE, Minister Tel. or 31644 REV. at 7:00 a.m. Starting February 4 (All Are Welcome) 9:30 4:00 5:30 7:30 8 E,1RUAR 5:30 P. M. at the Temple 06 ASH WEDNESDAY - FEBRUARY 11 CATHOLIC WEEK NIGHTS STUDY COURSES n ROSENBLOOM, CANTERBURY FELLOWSHIP Services at 7 p.m. AILy PCVOT.ONS jwenoay - JOSEPH p. m. 5 SUNDAY MASSES - 9, 10. 11, and Noon FIRST FRIDAY (Feb. 6) Mass at 5 P. M. W!lSSiyJf.m.II.eiJ" H,LLEL FOUNDATION Temple Adath Israel 124 N. Ashland Ave., tel and Service 5:30 P. M. Supper 6:30 - 8 P. M. Canterbury Fellowship Thursdays - Coffee Hour - NAI B',R Student Center - 174 E. Maxwell St. REV. JOHN KING, Minister or Tel. . M Y C( SUB Fellowsh.p) EVERY TUESDAY - VESPERS, 6:15 p. m. EVERY FRIDAY - MORNING WATCH Communion, 7 O. m. WEEKLY VESPERS - 6:15 p. m. Y CHAPEL (Jointly with DST) 70 SUNDAYS - WORSHIP IN THE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCHES OF LEXINGTON YVCA MISS ANNE SALGAT, DIRECTOR tel. (UK) ext. 2150 - SUB YMCA REV. KEN HARPER, DIRECTOR tel. (UK) ext. 2309 - SUB

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