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About Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012 | View Entire Issue (March 5, 1927)
Who Is From
Papers, Big and Little,
To Annual Event
With a full program of snappy
talks and discussions, the first day
of the ninth annual conference of
the Oregon State Editorial associa
tion swung into full stride yester
day morning, when 70 newspapermen
signed the registration book in the
Journalism “shack” before noon.
The total had increased to 107 by
evening, when 07 late arrivals strag
gled in during the afternoon ses
Although a few editors arrived
in Eugene Thursday night, the ma
jority did not reach the campus
until yesterday morning. A large i
percentage of the delegates are |
“perennials,” breaking out into full
bloom, wreathed in cigar smoke, for
each new conference.
The first newspaperman to register
was Lee D. Drake, manager of the
Astoria Evening Budget, who signed
tho book at 9:30 yesterday morn
ing. He was followed quickly by J.
A. Ormandy, Southern Pacific, Port
land; L. L. Graham, Southern Pa
cific Eugene; and C. A. P. Mc
Dowell, Victoria, B. C. Then tho
Editors, managers, publishers, and |
press representatives who registered
at the booth, supervised by Theta
Sigma Phi girls, yesterday, are:
Lee D. Drake, Astoria Evening
Budget; ,T. A. Ormandy, Southern
Pacific, Portland; L. L. Graham,
Southern Pacific, Eugene; C. A. P.
McDowell, Southern Pacific, Vic
toria, B. C.; George Turnbull, Uni
versity of Oregon school of journal
ism; J. D. Thomison, Hood River
Glacier; Lewis Hart, Hood River
Glacier; R. H. Martin, Martin Ad
vertising Service, Salem; T. W.
McLaughlin, Martin Advertising
* * *
Mr. and Mrs. Earle Richardson,
Polk County Observer, Dallas; H. B.
Robinson, West Coast Engraving
company, Portland; Hersehel P.
Nunn, Christian Science Monitor,
Portland; George O. Curtis, Bend
Bulletin; Henry H. Fowler, Bend
Bulletin; Gordon Taylor, Molalla
Pioneer; Walter Taylor, Molalla
Pioneer; F. ,J. Tooze, Statesman,
Salem; Mr. and Mrs. George N. An
gel], the Oregon Farmer.
A. 0. Gage and daughter, Angora
Journal, Portland; John C. Burtner,
O. A. C. Corvallis; E. B. Aldrich,
Pendleton East Oregonian; E. E.
Brodie, Oregon City Enterprise; L.
D. Gordon, Marshfield News; Rob
ert M. Mount, Better Business Bu
reau, Portland; A. W. Stypes, Doty
and Stypes, Portland; Sheldon F.
Sadkett, McMinnville Telephone
Register; Frank L. Snow, Oregon
M. H. Ellsworth, 4-L Lu,mbcr
News, Portland; E. F. Short, Ore
gon City Enterprise; Lucien P.
Arant, Baker Herald; C. J. McIn
tosh, O. A. C. Corvallis; R. Robinson,
Oregon Engraving company, Port
land; George P. Cheney, Enterprise
Record-Chieftain; George Cheney,
Jr., Enterprise Record Chieftain.
John Henry Nash, San Francisco;
W. B. Goods, San Francisco; Ed
ward F. Nelson, Associated Press,
Portland; Paul Carles, Associated
Press, San Francisco; Dan E. Ma
loney, Coos Bay Times, Marshfield;
May D. Johnson, Madras Pioneer;
Ralph D. Cronisc, Albany Democrat
Herald; Frank B. Appleby, Evening
Observer, La Grande; Walter P.
Burn, A. N. P. A. Bureau of Ad
vertising, San Francisco.
W. L. Jackson, Albany Democrat
Herald; A. E. Voorhies, Grants Pass
Courier; Mrs. Voorhies, Grants
Pass Courier; Mr. and Mrs. El
bert Bede, Cottage Grove Sentinel; !
Mr. and Mrs. Earl C. Brownlee,
Forest Grove News-Times; Mr. and
Mrs. E. N. Blythe, Vancouver Sun;
Z. N. Ager, Zellorbach Paper Com
pany, Eugene; Frank Fay Eddy,
free lance, Eugene; N. D. Elliott,
commercial printing, Salem; Austin
Brock, state printing department,
Thomas Nelson, Junction City
Times; Leslie J. St. Clair, Gresham
Outlook; H. L. St. Clair, Gresham
Outlook; W. F. S. Quick, printer,
WHERE YOU EVER IN
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Portland; Arne G. Rae, Tillamook
Herald; Fred T. Mellinger, Tilla
mook Herald; Ben H. Read, Na
tional Editorial Association, Los
Angeles.... C. J. Read, Los Angeles;
B. H. Berg, Ashland Tidings; E.
P. Berg, Ashland Tidings; Walter
R. Hughes, Ashland Tidings; Frank
Jenkins, Eugene Register; Lee Tut
tie, Medford Daily News; Mr. and
Mrs. Edward Kraeniek, Portland
Electro and Stereotype company;
F. E. Carr, Portland; Mr. and Mrs.
E. A. Koen, Oregon City Banner
H. D. Mars, Jefferson Review; I.
V. McAdoo, Scio Tribune; Chester
A. Dimond, Newberg Graphic; A. L.
Mallerv and wife, Tillamook Head
light; John Iloblett and wife, Sil
verton Appeal; Louis Sondheim and
wife, Northwest Insurance News;
W. C. Kaley and wife, Oregon Vot
er; Hal E. IIoss, Oregon City Enter
prise; Eugene S. Kelty, Eugene
Guard; Lois P. Myers, Portland,,
Telegram; J. C. Kimball and wife, j
Independence Interpise; C. J. Short,
Gold Hill News; Clark Wood, Wes
ton Leader; E. P. Hopwood and
wife, Oregonian; Horace E. Thomas
and wife, Oregonian; B. W. Bates,
Itoseburg News-Review; H. E.
Maxey, Springfield News; J. If.
Hubee, Beaverton Review.
George Prichard and wife, Oregon
ian; Don Sterling, Marshall Dana,
Oregon Journal; Frank Bartholo
mew, United Press; Douglas John
son, Tim Bourliill, Eastern Clacka
mas News; Don C. Wilson, Benton
Independent; Dean Collins, Port
land Telegram; Walter W. Thielot,
Blake, Moffitt and Towne company;
A. Sherrig, same; Jerry Owen, Pa
cific Legion; Margaret Skavlan, Eu
gene Guard; C. A. Sprague and
wife and C. E. Ingalls, Corvallis Ga
zette-Times; Edgar McDaniel and
Tom Gordon, North Bend Har
bor; E. B. Piper, Oregonian; M. L.
Boyd, Dallas Itemizer; James Preble,
Theta Sigma Phi Tea
Honors Editors’ Wives
Honoring the ’women who ac
companied their husbands to the
newspaper conference, members of
Theta Sigma Phi, women’s honor
ary journalism society, entertained
with a tea yesterday afternoon in I
Alumni hall of the Woman’s build- !
The musical program arranged by j
TODAY LAST DAY
MATINEE TODAY 2 P. M.
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as GEORGE B.JEITZ
Mrs. Anne Landsbury included sev
eral solos by Melba Williams, Ore
gon graduate. The guests were also
taken through the Murray Warner
Mrs. R. C. Hall and Miss Ruth
Gregg poured. Members of the or
ganization receiving included: Min
nie Fisher, Grace Fisher, Alice
Kraeft, Margaret Hensley, Claudia
Fletcher, Wilma Lester, Barbara
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number of the upperclass women in
the school of journalism assisted.
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Why he recommends smoking Lucky Strike
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EDWARD JOHNSON, the famous tenor of the Met
ropolitan Opera Company of New York City,
owes much of his fame to the ever - dependable
quality of his voice.
When smoking, he prefers Lucky Strikes because
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'comment^ ot^ ■—
With athletics and social af
fairs acting as stimuli life has
indeed been exciting. Sal did
throw an awfully clever dance
at the Anchorage last week—all
Japanesy—real informal — quite
in keeping with the delightfully
unrestrained atmosphere. It is a
darling place for dances and can
be decorated very effectively.
Raup’s Floral Co. carried out
the Oriental scheme in such a
skilful way that, special com
mendation is in order. Rare old
jardinieres filled with brilliant
-hued flowers—attractive screens
of greens interwoven with gay
posies etc., transformed our set
ting into an exotic glimpse of
far off Japan.
Sal had some of the. pledges
assist around the room and in
keeping with the idea they all
wore Mandarin coats from the
Aladdin Gift Shop and so very
striking were they that consider
able diversion was offered. Man
darin coats are yet new but as
they are constructed for street
and home wear Dame Fashion
prophesizes their future popular
Does the younger set really
drink? Judging from the crowd
around the punchbowl frank ad
mission of guilt must be made.
Trully Anne, the punch was a
glorious enliglitment — concoted
fro-mj special fruit juices from
Underwood and Elliot’s nice and
icy its excellence was openly ac
claimed by all.
Conference games are fearful
ly exciting—so much so that last
night almost forgot I had ou one
of Letitia Abram’s (bal. Dens
niore-Leonard) stunning silk
hats until coming out when Myra
and the girls did “hi” me and
want the pulsating details of the
good looking headpiece. So did
j elucidate much on Miss Abram’s
superb stock and immediately
the alles all agreed upon an ex
pedition down there tomorrow.
Freind Paul accosted me yes
terday all upset over the fact
that his sis was having a birth
1 day and he was at loss as to the
right thing to do. So, material j
me, took him in hand and march
ed him down to Densmore-Leon
ard. He just wanted to buy ev- *
■ervthing for they have just pre- j
eious things—but finally coh- ‘
tented himself with a perfect
silver compact—patterned and
finished in a beautiful manner.
Claiming a reward I lured him
into McKillop’s Candy Shop^
(next to M. E. ehureh.) and the
darling came thru quite hand
somely buying the girls some
log roll (44c.) and also taking
several boxes back to the dear
* * *
Sorry cannot chortle further
but must go down for my weekly
neck clip at the Oo Ed Barber
Shop, next to Co-op. I formed
the habit long ago and with such
edifying results that all the
bunch now meanders down there