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Image 6 of The Kentucky Kernel, October 21, 1955

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f THK KENTUCKY KERNEL. Friday Oct. 21, 1955 Busy Schedule Plus Studies: Make It Time For A Vacation 4-- pine Islands. Carl Haunz, president of the Club, and Shirley Ford, secretary Club, received Rural of the Electric Association awards. The awards were presented by John Stanford, R.E.A. representative, to outstanding farm and home electric projects. Carl Haunz received a wrist watch for placing second In the state with his project. Shlr- Irv Ford was riven a radiry for placing first in her district. TT-rvnfnMr cnpntpfQ nrpsent spoke on their country. Mr. Bbli- vas spoke on education. tt. ns it's almost time for tests, but the way the social calendar looks there will hardly be time to study the books, unless it's in the wee hours of the morning. Ilftve I convinced anyone yet that it's an absolute must to join me on the sunny, warm sands of those Florida beaches, even more so since the cold weather has hit us? Honoraries Pledge Members Phi Upsilon Omicron, honorary Home Economics sorority, pledged seven new girls Thursday. Pat Bailey, Sondra Cowgill. Fern Gos-sc- r, Sandra Hipp. Joann Ingels, Shirley Lynn and Pat Warrington. The Iota chapter is to be inby the District 3 spected Oct. Councilor. Miss Elizabeth Helton, professor of Home Ec. Included in the activities will be a luncheon Saturday. Oct. 22 and initiation on Sunday, Oct. 23. Robert McCrocklin. first year law student from Akron. Ohio, has been pledged to Phi Delta Phi er 4-- " l I t ' " J" t If J "V ' f' ' - (;1 i v h 4 and writing. RESTAURANT 1 490'Leestown 1.1k. ft 7. - R- -- W. Main Extension Most Popular! Dining Room; 4 'S v 551 y V In i Central Kentucky All kinds of Hickory Pit Bar-6-C- your choicje Sandwiches 24 complete dinner items priced under $2.00. ! MB 11 A Family of Five Can Eat for $6.50 BAK-D-C- CARRY-OU- T 100th Anniversary uuam Ut Chicken, Ribs, Beef or Pork, french fries, cole slaw, rolls and butter Albright College, Reading, Pa., had the opening convocation of its 100th anniversary year Sept. 20 and has four additional major nammis observances scheduled. The liberal arts college, which has an enrollment of some f50 students, is sponsored by the Evangelical United Brethren Church. $1.25 Central Kentucky's largest dining room seating 2oU people The Black An pus RESTAURANT John Bryan Bowman was the first president of the University. 1490 LEESTOWN He served from 1865 to 1878. GuoraiUeecf ' Black Angus '. The three attractive young: ladies you see are the finalists in the Sigma Chi Derby that was held last Saturday. Vieki Arlington, Alpha Gamma Delta; Queen Judy Ruffner, Chi Omega; and Margaret Moren, Kappa Delta, certainly deserved the honors they received. College of Law. New members of the stAff elected by the faculty from the second year class are: William Bivlrt, Lee Brewster, Frankfort; and James Miller', PlkevMW Members of the Student Edi torial Board are selected on the hasls of hieh scholastic standing and ability to do legal research Pa-duca- ng a Legal Fraternity. Queen of the Derby Three Law College students have been elected to the Student Editorial Board of the Kentucky Law Journal, legal publication of the H self-windi- 21-2- i". H 4-- H Homecoming;. Time is going faster than most suspect, and before long" everyone will be standing: out in Sororities Initiate front of the sorority and fraternity at 6 o'clock in Two sororities have Initiated houses decorating my opinion with Pri-vethe morning. In girls this past week. Rowena trip Kappa Alpha Theta. Llssy Lances. Homecoming, the game to to May and Sally Montgomery, Kappa Vanderbilt and Tennessee worry about, I'm sure I'll be ready Kappa Gamma. to pack my bag and head for FlorSeems as though the usual talk, ida for about a month's vacation. on campus is what everyone is go-lOf course, vou can't foreet that to do for the decorations for mid-semest- Elects Three To tfoard . Awards were given two UK stuClub meeting redents at the cently. Guest speakers were three extension workers from the Philip- will crown the queen of the carnival. The big social event of thi.4 week as far as the social side Is concerned Is Lances Carnival, sponsored by the lunior men's honorary. The confusion and chaos of this "circus" always proves to be very entertaining and gay for everyone who attends. This year Lances will hold their dance immediately following the game with Florida, and there they Law Journal 441 Student Uccfiitifi Awards hriaJji THE PARTY LINE by PHONE RD. 4-15- 11 PERFECT FIFTY DIAMOND DUETTE 50 - - MoKfiing frFiS-- V '7 rfi.ii. 1A 'Undar definition - Wadding Rinf ONLY $5.00 With lha Purchosa of lha Engagement Ring JL. EASY CREDIT Jk ..ii. Rings and Diamonds enlarged to show detail d by fadarol Troda Commission. JEWEL BOX "7 E. MAIN CORNER follow your colle ge career--- - ACTIVITIES CLASSES ESPLANADE SPORTS FOR THE FINEST IN REFRESHMENT TRY Buy a Kentuckian Every Year and Preserve Those Campus Activities In Which You Had a Part! ROOM 116 JOURNALISM BUILDING SCHEDULE FOR PHOTO SITTINGS:" 1 JsK cteam Block from University 820 S. Limestone St. High St. and Cochran Phi Delta Theta and Tau Kappa Epsilon Fri., Oct. 21 Sat., Oct. 22 Triangle Mon., Oct. 24 Kappa Delta and Farmhouse Tues., Oct. 25 Sigma Nu and Lambda Chi Alpha Wed., Oct. 26 Phi Sigma Kappa and Alpha Gamma Rho Thurs., Oct. 27 Sigma Phi Epsilon and Phi Kappa Tau Sigma Chi and Kappa Sigma Fri., Oct. 28 Sat., Oct. 29 Miscellaneous foall of those who missed their sittings or who were not signed up at all. 944 Winchester Rd SUBSCRIPTIONS STILL BEING ACCEPTED FOR 1956 KENTUCKIANS AT ONLY $5 00 PRICE AFTER NOV. 1 WILL BE $6.00 h;

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