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About Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 13, 1925)
By Lylah Lou McMurphey
The past week brought an in
creased number of social activities
on the campus, although the social
season does not commence in earn
4 est until after the class parties
which will be held Friday. The
social calendar in Dean Esterly’s
office is fast being filled and indi
cates a busy season this year.
Dances, picnics and other enter
tainments were given by several of
the houses the past week in honor
of their pledges, and the week was
marked by a number of teas.
The Journalism Jamboree, the
traditional frolic of this depart
ment, is to be one of the big events
of next week-end. All students
taking any work in the depart
ment, whether majors or not, are
privileged to attend the party.
Each year the students come in
more grotesque and ridiculous cos
tumes, which add materially to the
good time of all. It is strictly a
Of course there are many picnic
parties while the weather remains
so delightful, and the grill dances
in town draw large crowds which
make Friday and Saturday even
ings busy ones for the co-ed and
* -* *
On Saturday evening members of
Pi Beta Phi entertained their fif
teen pledges and guests with a pic
nic-dance at Seavey’s Ferry on the
McKenzie river. The group of
about fifty couples left at five
grounds. After supper was served,
dancing occupied the remainder of
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Leslie were
patron and patroness for the af
* » *
As a courtesy to their house
mother, Mrs. B. J. Marsh, who is
being welcomed to the University
this year, members of Alpha Gam
ma Delta sorority were hostess at
a delightful tea Sunday afternoon
at their chapter hoi/se. Faculty
and town folk called between the
hours of three and five.
In the receiving line were Mrs.
Marsh, Miss Mvrl Allman, Miss
Betty Havter, Mjiss Maud Kerns,
Mrs. J. O. Holt and Mrs. F. G.
The rooms of the Alpha Omicron
Pi house were colorful Saturday
evening as the setting of the dance
given for the pleasure of the
pledges by members of the house.
Gorgeous autumn leaves in many
hues were used about the rooms
and orange colored candles cast a!
dim glow over the house.
Mrs. Lucy Abrams, Mrs. Virginia
Judy Esterly and Mr. and Mrs.
] Arthur Miner were patron and pa
tronesses for the dance.
Mrs. Walter Snyder was hostess
for a meeting of Gamma Phi Beta
alumnae at her home Thursday af
About one hundred Eugene and
faculty matrons called at the Alpha
Chi Omega house Thursday after
noon, bebig asked to come at tea
time to meet Mrs. A. C. Hart who
is here from Medford to be head
resident for the girls this year.
Asters, rlinnias and red salvia
were attractive in the rooms, while
red candles formed a lovely center
piece for the tea table.
In the receiving line were Mrs.
Hart, Miss Wava Brown, Mrs. Vir
ginia Judy Esterly and Miss Phyl
Musical numbers were arranged
by Miss Louise Stoila and Miss
Frances Morgan, vocalists, and Miss
Edith Shell, pianist.
Mrs. Peter Crockatt and Mrs.
Clifford Manerud poured.
Tuesday evening Mrs. Floyd Wos
terfield entertained alumnae mem
bers of Alpha Delta Pi at their
* * *
Last Saturday at the Long Island
home of Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Pick,
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MILES ELLIOTT MALCOLM TENNENT
Jr., (Lucy Hoover) Miss Gladys
Wright, daughter of Mt. and Mrs.
Edgar Wright of Hood River, be
came the bride of John Findl.oter,
formerly of San Angelo, Texas.
Mrs. C. O. Pick, Jr., was the
bride’s attendant and Mr. Pick
was the best man. After the cere
mony a buffet dinner was served
at the new home of tho bridal
couple at Long Island moorage.
News of the wedding iis of in
terest to college students, Mrs.
Findlater being a former student
and a member of Alpha Phi. Mr.
Findlater is studying medicine at
the University of Oregon medical
school in Portland.
The- Y. W. C. A. bungalow was
the scene of an attractive tea
Thursday afternoon, which the as
sociation sponsored in honor of the
freshmen and other new members
on the campus.
Members of the council and ad
visory board were in the reception
group. Miss Dorothy Dougall, so
cial chairman, was in charge of the
tea and program.
Plans are ,being made for a bene
fit bridge party to be given Wed
nesday, October 26th, at the Kappa
Alpha Theta house. The Eugene
alumnae of the sftrority are spon
soring the event which will start
at two o’clock. Table reservations
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Alpha Phi pledges were guests !
at a dinner dance given in their
' honor by the sophomores at the
| chapter house Friday between
six and nine. Small tables were
! placed in the living rooms where i
j music and dancing wefo enjoyed
i between courses. At each table
| were decorations carrying Jout a
color scheme of pink and white and
| candles shed a soft light over the
Eleventh and Alder
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with AILEEN PRINGLE
GOOSE HANGS HIGH’’
Theta Chi announces the pledging
of John Rrenheiser of Santa
Sigma Alpha Epsilon announces the
pledging of Willard Allumbaugh
Gamma Phi Beta announces the
pledging of Leonie Vial of Port
land, and Gertrude Parker of Eu
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