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About Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012 | View Entire Issue (March 2, 1935)
And House Dances Mark
Weekend Social Whirl
Cabaret Da nee
By Alpha Omicron Pf
Bouquets of the sorority colors
red and white, will form the cen
terpiece of the tables to be place;
around the dance floor at the Eu
gene hotel amid palms and flood
lights at the Alpha Omicron P
dance being held this Saturda;
evening. Music for the eveninj
will be furnished by Sherwooc
Those invited as patrons and pa
tronesses are Mrs. Bertha Larson
Mr. and Mrs. Lowell B. Ellis, Mr
and Mrs. John Stark Evans, anc
Mr. and Mrs. George Hopkins. Mr
and Mrs. Frank Reinhart will b<
Kappa Kappa Gamma
Amid swaying palms, flood lights
and the soft strains of SherwooO
Burr’s orchestra members of Kap
pa Kappa Gamma will entertain
Saturday evening with their an
nual winter formal at the Eugene
hotel. Flowers and candles will
decorate the tables which will be
arranged around the dance floor
in cabaret style.
Mrs. Elizabeth Talbert, Mr. and
Mrs. Karl W. Onthank, Mrs. Al
ice Macduff and Mrs. A. L. Wall
have been invited as patrons and
patronesses for the dance.
Phi Sigma Kappa to
Entertain With Dance
Green, black and silver decora
tive motifs softened by indirect
lighting effects will form the back
ground for the Phi Sigma Kappa
winter formal to be held Saturday
evening at the Masonic temple. A
large pyramid of gaily colored bal
loons built up to resemble a foun
tain will grace the center of the
floor and will be illuminted by
flood lights. Jimmy Whippo's or
chestra will furnish the music
and during intermission a buffet
supper will be served.
Patrons and patronesses invitee
are Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Huestis,
Mr. and Mrs. R. K. Cutler, Mr.
Louis Artau, Miss Maud McCaw
ly and Mr. William Crawford. Mrs.
Anne Lansbury Beck has been in
vited as a guest.
Shaded lights falling on small
tables set in corners made cozy
by green palms and reproductions
of the fraternity crest and pledge
pin gleaming from a background
of velvet curtains will furnish the
motif for the grill dance to be giv
en by members of Sigma Alpha
Epsilon fraternity at the chapter
house Saturday evening.
A special feature of the evening
will be the appearance of that fam
ous trio, Don Eva, Billy Sievers,
and George Bishop, which will be
present for the occasion.
Miss Jane Lee, campus dancer,
will present an interpretative
waltz number during the intermis
Patrons for the affair will be
Dr. and Mrs. C. L. Schwering, Mr.
and Mrs. Carlton E. Spencer, Mr.
and Mrs. A. L. Alderman, Mr. and
Mrs. Wm. W. Bartle, and Mrs. Al
ice B. Macduff. Mr. George N.
Short, national officer of the fra
ternity, will be an honor guest.
The orchestra of Don Flood from
Portland will furnish the music for
Miss Nancy Jeffery, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Jeffery, became
the bride of Thomas K. Kloster
man, son of Mrs. J. H. Klosterman.
at a small ceremony February 23
at the church of the Madeleine
with Father George F. Thompson
officiating before a small gather
ing of friends.
The bride wore a light blue wool
tailleur with small navy blue straw
hat and dark blue accessories. Her
shoulder corsage was of orchids.
Miss Jane Holbrook, her only at
tendant. was attired in a gray en
semble with matching accessories
and corsage of gardenias.
The young couple are both for
, mer University students. Mrs
■ Klosterman is a member of Kappa
l Kappa Gamma, and Mr. Kloster
■ man is affiliated with Beta Theta
i They will be at home after March
’ 1 at Cascade Locks.
1 Engagement Told
At Portland Tea
Of importance to college stu
' dents and Eugene residents was
the engagement announcement of
! Miss Barbara Jane Young of Port
land to Mr. Wilson H. Jewett, Jr.,
: of Eugene, told last week at the
tea for which Mrs. Arthur L
Fields was hostess at her home on
Exeter Drive in Portland.
The bride-elect, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Clarence Reginald Young,
is a graduate of Stanford univer
sity and a member of Kappa Al
pha Theta. Mr. Jewett, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Wilson H. Jewett, grad
uated from the University of Ore
gon and is affiliated with Beta The
ta Pi. No date has been set for
Presiding at the tea table were
Mrs. Dean Hayes, Mrs. Boyce Fen
ton, Mrs. Chester A. Moores, and
Mrs. Annetta Kendall. Assisting
about the rooms were the Misses
Jane Lueddemann, Lucille Latou
rette, Eleanor Fields, Jean Rob
ertson, Marcia Fuestman, Mary Bo
hoskey, Mary Lyons, Tekla Hen
rdngsen, Mary Alice Meyer, and
Of Evening Party
Another engagement announce
ment of interest was that of Mis3
Edna K. Waara to Mr. Hal E.
Short, revealed to a group ot
friends at a recent cocktail party
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Arn
old Blitz, Jr., in Portland.
The news was told in a novel
way by the distribution of “proofs”
ol advertisements after which the
group went to the Hotel Multno
mah for dancing and a buffet sup
per. The date of the wedding has
not been announced, but it win
probably take place in March.
Miss Waara, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Theodore Karhuvaara of
Astoria, is a graduate of Oregon
Elate College and is affiliated with
Alpha Chi Omega. Mr. Short is the
son of Mr and Mrs. C. E. Short
of Astoria. He attended the Uni
versity of Oregon where he was a
member of Delta Tau Delta.
Wed at Arkansas
At a ceremony solemnized at Hot
Springs, Arkansas, on February
Jij, Miss Margaret Sura Steckle,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. M.
Steckle, became the bride of Mr
Norman Reynolds Hawley, son ol
Mr. Nathaniel N. Hawley. Aftei
a honeymoon trip to New Orleanf
where the March Gras is in pro
gress, Mr. and Mrs. Hawley wii
be at home at 131 Murray street
Hot Springs, Ark.
Mrs. Hawley, a graduate of the
University of Oregon, is a mem
ber of Sigma Kappa. Mr. Hawlev
if a graduate of Oregon State Col
lege where he was affiliated with
Alpha Sigma Phi. He is now ir
the forestry service in Arkansas.
Of great interest to college stu
dents is the news of the engage
ment of Miss Dorothy Sue Mutzig
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Rupe!
B. Mutzig, to Mr. Joseph O. Freck
Jr., of Garden Home, which was
made known last week in Portland
The wedding will be an event o1
March 7 at the bride’s home anc
will be witnessd by relatives anc
close friends. Dr. J. Hudson Bal
lard, of the First Presbyteriar
church, will perform the ceremony.
Miss Mutzig and Mr. Freck, well
known graduates of the University
have been prominent in alumnae
activities. The former is a mem
ber of Alpha Chi Omega, and the
latter is affiliated with Sigma Phi
' Members of Delta Upsilon fra
ternity were hosts last Friday eve
ning at a formal dance held at the
Eugene hotel. The ball room was
decorated with palms and flood
lights, and the tables were ar
ranged around the floor grill
style. Sherwood Burr’s orchestra
played during the evening.
Those invited as patrons and pa
tronesses were Mr. and Mrs. Arne
G. Rae, Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Kelly,
Mr. and Mrs. Milo Marlatt, and
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Schenk.
Alpha Chi Omega Holds
Amid the glamor of a southern
night club idea, members of Alpha
Chi Omega entertained last Satur
day evening with the annual win
ter formal at the chapter house.
Red, black and silver silhouettes
adorned the walls, while gaily col
ored balloons filled the air. The
tables were arranged around the
room in grill style. Sherwood Burr's
orchestra furnished the music for
Patrons and patronesses were
Mrs. James Blair, Dr. and Mrs.
Horn, Mr. and Mrs. Manerud and
Mr. and Mrs. James Crissey. Dean
and Mrs. Karl W. Ontjiank were
invited as guests.
The marriage of Miss Helen Nel
son, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Da
vid H. Nelson of Pendleton, to Mr.
Laurie S. Mobley of Dallas, Texas,
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.was solemnized last week in Dallas
! at the Church of Incarnation. Fol
lowing' the quiet ceremony, a wed
ding breakfast was given at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Elbert Wil
Mrs. Mobley is a member of
Gamma Phi Eeta and a graduate
ol the University of Oregon. She
also attended Smith college and
has been engaged as a Camp Fire
| Girls’ executive in Texas for the
past eight years. Mr. Mobley was
graduated from Louisiana State
university and is a member of Kap
1 pa Sigma.
News of the engagement of Miss
Vida Walker, Michigan girl and
teacher in the Detroit schools, and
Paul Wagner, son of Mr. and Mrs.
F. D. Wagner of Ashland, has
reached the campus. The wedding
date has not been set but will take
place in the early summer when
the couple are planning a honey
moon trip to Oregon.
Mr. Wagner was employed after
his graduation from the Univer
sity in 1930 with the Armstrong1
Cork company at its factory in
Lancaster, Pa. He later joined the |
sales department and has had his
headquarters with the Armstrong1
branch at Detroit for the past sev
Tea Guests Learn
At a tea last Sunday afternoon
at the home of Miss Barbara Crow
ell in Portland, the engagement
was announced of Miss Isabelle
Crowell to Mr. Clifford E. Clausen.
The wedding is planned for the
The bride-elect, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. W. H. Crowell, is a grad
uate of the University and a mem
ber of Alpha Omicron Pi. Mr.
Clausen, a. Portland architect, is
the son of Mr. C. L. Clausen. He
attended the University of Wash
ington where he was affiliated with
Delta Tail Delta.
Presiding at the tea table with
its valentine motif were Miss Mary
Newlands and Miss Jane Winks.
The Misses Fredrika Pittock, Ed
ith Sinnett, and Catherine May
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CHANGTEH, Hunan Province,
China — Two British missionaries,
R A. Bosshart and A. Hayman,
captured by the Communists in
Kweichow province last October,
have been executed by their cap
tors, according to Chinese reports I
leaching missionaries here.
A Chinese asserted he saw the
hacked bodies of the two mission
aries lying in the street in the vil
lage of Fengchiarigkan, ten miles
west of Tayung in northwestern
He reported the alleged double
murder occurred Christmas day
and said the incident had not been
leported sooner because of the re
moteness of the village and the
difficulty of penetrating red army
Union Holds Strike Vote
DETROIT— The National Coun
cil of United Automobile Workers
called today for a secret strike
vote among’ members of 176 Amer
ican Federation of Labor locals in
the motor car industry. The action
climaxed growing dissension be
tween the A. F. of L and the Na
tional Automobile labor board.
Francis J. Dillon, A. F. of L».
organizer, who announced the ac
tion, said the order did not neces
sarily mean a strike wmuld be
called, as only the federation's
national officers had that author
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