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About Oregon emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1909-1920 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 15, 1917)
Edited by Pearl Grain e
With examinations only a week dis
tant, University pecrple have had little
time to devote to social happenings.
|The matinee dance given by the Women's
tband yesterday afternoon, from four to
six o'clock in Hayward hall, has been
the main diversion of the week- The
affair marked the first appearance of
the new organization, and their music
,was well received and the event a very
successful one. Patrons and patronesses
of the dance included Dean and Mrs.
E. W. Allen, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Fag
iuy-Cote, Dean Elizabeth Fox, Dean
iStnaub, Mrs. Daise Beckett Middleton,
Professor and Mrs. W. F. G. Thacker,
Mr. and Mrs. Dean Walker, and Mrs.
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The Chi Omega house was the scene
<of a charming tea Saturday afternoon,
given for the benefit of the local Red
Cross organization. Over 200 guests
thronged the attractively decorated
rooms and were received by Mrs. P. L.
Campbell, Mrs. F. M. Wilkins. Mrs. R.
j;S- Bryson. Miss Julia Burgess, Dean
jElizabeth Fox and Leura Jerard. The
jhoitesses wore the Red Cross aprons
jand head-dTesses. Little Elizabeth
iThacher received the silver donations at
ithe door, while the prettily appointed
;tea table, with its centerpiece and candle
shades in old rose tones, was presided
iover by Mrs. M. L. Bngbee, Mrs. Lee
Travis, Mrs. Dean Hayes, and Mrs. A.
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Honoring Mr. F- A. Naramofe and Mr.
Joseph Jacobberger, Portland architects,
and members of the jury, which judged
the work in design, of the University
ischool of architecture, the architecture
club entertained with a banquet at the
Hotel Osburn last Wednesday night.
jPlaces were marked around the attrac
tively appointed table for Mr. Naramore,
— THE —
Club Barber Shop
The Place Where All
University Men Go.
814 WILLAMETTE ST.
Mr. Jacobberger, President and Mrs.
P. L. Campbell. Professor and Mrs.
F. G. Young. Dr. and Mrs- George
Rebec, Professor and Mrs. Arthur Fag
tiy-Cote, Professor and Mrs. A. H.
Scbroff. Professor Frederick Fritsch,
Dean E. F. Lawrence, Mary Louise Al
len, Mary Murdock. Dona Spencer,
Lucille Stanton, Allyn Johnson, Era
Godfrey, Margaret Grey. Beatrice Weth
erbee, Mrs. Hollis Johnson. Carol
Montague, Lillian Auld. Gladys Smith,
Tula Kinsley. Hope McKenzie, Glenn
Stanton, Herbert Heywood, Cord Seng
stake, Graham Smith, Hollis Johnson.
Horace Foulkes. Joe Trowbridge, Oran
Jenkins, William Ralston, Loran Ellis,
Sam Lehmen. Irving Smith, Arthur Run
quist, Franz Jacobberger
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Mrs. Jennie M. Kemp, who spoke at
the chamber of commerce Thursday af
ternoon in behalf of the food conserva
tion committee, was a dinner guest at
the Defta Delta Delta house, Thursday
Much interest has also been taken in
■performances of "The Little Dog
Laughed,” by Fergus Reddie, which has
been playing with a student cast at
Guild hall .during the week-end.
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Delta Delta Delta held initiation for
Mrytle Ross and Helen S. Campbell
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Phi Delta Theta announces the pledg
ing of Thomas Alexander Strachan, of
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Sunday dinner guests of Delta Gamma
were Professor and Mrs. C. C. Jere
miah, Professor aDd Mrs. Arthur Faguy
Cote, Mr. Olsen and Robert Earl.
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Complimenting the brotners of the
chapter Gamma Phi Beta was hostess
at a charming dinner party last Sunday.
Covers were arranged for the following
guests: Fred Kiddle, Harold Cake, James
Sheehy, Ernest Boylen and Bob Me
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Ty Camer, of Grants Pass, is spend
ing a few days at the Alpha Tau Omega
Don’t forget Bob’s Barber
Shop—just around the corner,
WHEN IN NEED OF GROCERIES,
And we will see
Fresh, Clean Groceries.
that jr0!*rMcr3S?sd.-«,r9mpUy with
WEISS GROCERY COMPANY
We have all kinds of Sporting Goods, Sweaters, Foot
fo'ls, Basketballs, Flashlights, Pocket Knives. Bicycles, and
numerous other things.
THE EUGENE GUN COMPANY
Arthur Hendershott, Mgr.
770 Will. St. "■ Phone 151
DRINK TO THE NEW YEAR
in a glass of onr extra rich, pure milk.
You’ll enjoy its splendid flavor and your
health will be much the better for the
steady drinking of it. Onr milk is a
great restorer of bodily strength and
energy. It is especially good for babies
and babies’ mothers. Order a bottle
left regularly at your home—clarified
EUGENE CLARIFYING AND
Phone 390 Two daily deliveries
144 9th Avenue West
house. Mr. Cartier expects to return
to the University after the holidays to
eater the ordnance class, which begins
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1’h’lenn King is (spending the week
end at her home, in Portland.
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Richard Onthnuk. ’15. who has been
spending the week at the Alpha Tan
Omega house, left yesterday evening
for Portland, where he will stop before
returning to Camp Lewis.
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Mrs. E. M. Pennell and Miss Mary
Perkins were Wednesday evening dinner
guests of Gamma Phi Beta.
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Delta Gamma announces the pledging
of Isabelle Zimmerman, of Engene. and
Marian Spoeri, of Portland.
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Kappa Sigma entertained at dinner
Sunday, Miss • Julia Burgess, Kathleen
Forrester, Aline Johnson, Dorothy Ben
nett, Noemi Bernard, Pearl Davis and
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Lois Gray and Helen Stacey were
dinner guests of Alpha Phi Thursday
★ ★ ★
Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Jeremiah. Mr. and
Mrs. Willard Bond, Betty Bond and
John Evans were W'ednesday evening
dinner guests of Beta Theta Pi.
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Lieutenant Robert McMurray visited
the Kappa Sigma house Wednesday on
his way to Camp Fremont, Palo Alto,
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Alan Emery and Charles Crandall
were luncheon guests at the Kappa Sig
ma house Wednesday.
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Mrs. Fred Applegate was a dinuor
guest at the Delta Delta house Tuesday
* * +
Dean Fox was a dinner guest of
Delta Delta Wrednesday evening.
tT * * *
. Horace Hair was a dinner guest at
.the Delta Delta Delta house Thursday
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Delta Delta Delta had as its diuuer
guests Sunday, Dr. and Mrs. Gilbert,
Madaline Gilbert, Dr. and Mrs. Kuy
kendall, Mr. and Mrs. R. A- Boot'll,
Professor and Mrs. A. It. Sweetser, and
Miss Barbara Booth.
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Margaret McKim (ex-’20) is spending
the week-end at the Delta Delta Delta
house. Since leaving school, seveir.il
weeks ago, she has been visiting her
sister .at Dallas.
The art exhibit in the architecture
building will be open to visitors from 2
until 4 o'clock Sunday afternoon. Works
of art students from all over the state
hove been on display since Wednesday.
The exhibit will close Sunday.
For Sale At
Booksellers and Stationers. ;
630 Willamette St.
EATON S\ \
The Student Shop.
Near The Campus. .Phone 928.
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J. Fred Gerot, Proprietor.
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Choice Steaks, Chops, Etc.
721 Willamette St. Telephone 579.
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870 WILLAMETTE STREET.
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Watches, Rings, Bracelets,
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