Image provided by: University of Oregon Libraries; Eugene, OR
About Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012 | View Entire Issue (March 8, 1935)
Prominent Alumna Weds
In Portland: Pi Beta Phi
Entertains Field Officer
By Markin Kennedy
Miss Evelyn Gallagher became
the birde of Mr. Victor D. Carlson
last Saturday afternoon at an at
tractive afternoon wedding in the
church of the Madeleine with the
Rev. Father George Thompson of
ficiating. The bride was attended
by her sister, Miss Claire Gallagh
er, while the best man for the
groom was Mr. Robert McGilvra.
The bride was charmingly at
tired in a copper-green taffeta
dress, wore white accessories and
carried a bride’s bouquet of gar
denias. The bridesmaid was dressed
in a yellow net gown, and the
bride’s mother was gowned in
Following the wedding ceremony,
a reception was held at the home
of the bride’s parents, Mr. and
Mrs. P. J. Gallagher. Those pour
ing were Mesdames Nathaniel
Aaron, Iivan E. Oakes, John Galey,
and Robert Boyd. Assisting were
the Misses Otis Brown, Katherine
Bloom, and Iris Sawyer.
Mrs. Carlson is a graduate of
Reed college and the University
of Oregon, and for the past two
years has been employed as head
CORRECT DRESS FOR MEN *
AT THE SENIOR BALL “
IS FORMAL DRESS
We are able to give you quick service on
tux shirt cleaning.
Call 123 and our driver will stop.
f Eugene Steam Laundry
The hum of your
motor is like
all is safe.
Service your car
Expert mechanical work.
Or ride home in a new Ford V-8.
Danner Service Station
10th and Olive Phone 1765
804 Willamette St.
Eugene, Oregon #
Invites you to visit us this week-end and
save on the following specials.
75c Fitch shampoo .. . 44c
$1.00 Frank Medico pipe—Filers free 08c
50c Burma shave 36c
25c Fitch hair oil 19c
15c Raleigh tobacco—Pocket tins, 2 for 25c
$1.00 Raleigh tobacco, 1 lb. vacuum pack 73c
Twenty-five Gillette type blades . 25c
50c Pepsodent tooth paste 31c
50c Ipana tooth paste .37c
35c Lyons tooth powder . 26c
Coty perfume in bulk, L'Origan, Paris, etc., 1 dr. . 69c
$1.00 Louis Phillipe lip stick . 79c
35c eutex nail preparations 29c
35c Mum 29c
The store that Mtves vou monev.
Mary Dugan Trial
Rates Repeat Bill
Bayard Veiller's "Trial of Mary
Dugan," presented last night for
the first time at the Guild theater
under the direction of Horace Rob
inson will be repeated Monday
night, as weil as tonight, it was
stated last night by officials.
The price of admission to the
trial drama is 25 cents. Tickets
are reported to be selling rapidly.
of the Red Cross service in Marion
Pi Phis Honor Province
Officer at Dinner
Members of Pi Beta Phi enter
tained last night with a dinner
honoring their province president,
Mrs. William Rusch of Seattle. In
vited guests were Dr. and Mrs. C.
L. Schwering, Dean and Mrs. J. H.
Gilbert, Dr. and Mrs. L. F. Beck,
Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Zane, Dr. P. H.
Parsons, Mrs. Alice B. Macduff,
Dean and Mrs. Virgil Earl, Mr. and
Mrs. John T. Ganoe, Mr. and Mrs.
Kenneth L. Shumaker, Dean and
Mrs. Karl W. Onthank and Mr.
and Mrs. R. R. Martin. Table dec
orations consisted of a large floral
center piece of spring flowers.
* # *
Faculty Guests of
Kappa Kappa Gamma
White flowers and candles
formed the table decorations at the
Kappa Kappa Gamma house Thurs
day when the chapter entertained
several members of the faculty.
Invited guests were Dean and
Mrs. Wayne L. Morse, Dr. and Mrs.
Timothy Cloran, Dr. and Mrs. J. H.
Bond, Miss Florence Jones, Miss
Mary Jane Cornforth, and Dr.
* * ■*
Members of Alpha Omicron Pi
entertained with a faculty dinner
Thursday evening at the chapter
house. Honored guests were Mr.
and Mrs. R. C. Clark, Mr. and Mrs.
W. C. McKennon, Dr. and Mrs.
Robert D. Horn, Mr. and Mrs. Les
lie L. Lewis, and Dr. and Mrs. H.
B. Yocom. A center piece of yellow
daffodils and snapdragons set off
by soft candle light formed the
Campus Big Shots
(Continued from Page One)
be allowe.d to fall by the wayside
and the movement of campus
groups to uphold them is a very
“No,” Cries Jimmy
“Traditions hold back civiliza
tion, and also any other kind of an
institution,” moaned Jimmy Mor
rison, dunked into the mill-race last
term by the naughty Chi Psi lodg
Marjory Kissling, the girl who
lives in the A, D. Pi house, said.
"I think that the spirit backing
the revival of Oregon traditions is
a very fine one."
Revival Fosters .Spirit
Fred Fisher, head man at the
Sigma Chi house on the corner of
Thirteenth and Alder—'phone 565
- spoke into the mysterious wira
of the telephone connecting him
with the “shack": "One of the pri
mary aims behind the enforcement
is to bring back the lost Oregon
Nancy Archbold, leading lady of
Mortar Board, declared, rather
shyly, with much uncertainty, that
“I am in favor of traditions that
students want enthusiastically, bin
I don’t think that they should be
too unceremoniously thrust upon
Ufklck kciL (rut- !
Laid anij of ilu
The Music Box tiS W. Broadway
Caruso’s Son9 Brunette Girls,
Lilting Music, in Operetta
By Roberta Moody
Raggle-taggle gypsy life in its
most captivating mood of glamor
ous adventure and romance en
hanced by castanets, tambourines,
and dark-haired maidens dancing
to the lilting songs of Enrico Ca
ruso Jr., son of the great Caruso,
is portrayed in the Spanish oper
etta, “The Fortune Teller,’’ by Vic
Hear ye —my lads and lassies!
Caruso Jr. is not the frequently
encountered anemic sample of the
would-be protagonist, but all-samee
Clark Gable. Perhaps the stereo
typed phrase, “dark and hand
some” would best describe the ap
pearance of our tall, broad-shou!
ciered, athletic hero.
The representation of Spanish
atmosphere and speech combined
with the gay, carefree life of the
gypsies is one of the most attract
ive and authentic features of the
picture, which was originally pro
duced for South America.
“La Buenaventura,” or the “For
tune Teller” will be present at the
Colonial theater, March 14 and lf>,
and has the members of Theta Sig ■
ma Phi, women’s journalism hon
orary, as sponsors. The committee
in charge consists' of Henriette Ho
rak, general chairman; Miriam
Eichner, tickets; Roberta Moody
RIDE IN A
than walk to tlie
You can hire a
at low cost.
971 Oak st. Phone 2336
and Velma McIntyre, publicity;
Ann-Recd Burns, faculty tickets;
Dorothy Anne Clark and Janis
Worley, announcements; Frances
Hardy, stage show.
BURRELL TO TALK
O. K. Burrell, associate professor
of business administration, is ar
ranging a series of eight talks on
business and investment principles,
to be given over station KOAC at j
Corvallis next term.
Alden G. Allen Discusses
Alden G. Allen, official lecturer
for the National Council for Pre
vention of War, will speak on the
campus Wednesday, March 13 at
7:30 in Villard hall under the aus
pices of the Committee on Inter
national Relations. He will discuss
“Disarmament and National De
fense," which will be followed by
an open forum.
FOLLOW THE STUDENTS
ORIGINAL AND ONLY
Three 1 ree Inn
•Judkins Point—Pacific highway south.
•Just outside the city limits.
“THE STUDENTS’ GATHERING
PLACE AFTER A DANCE”
Howard Ackerman Proprietor
WISHING STUDENTS AND
FACULTY A PLEASANT
The week of vacation will be an
excellent time to get your house in
We have a complete line of
5th Avenue and Willamette Street
Alley traveled extensively in
Europe since 1920. While abroad
ht attended sessions of the League
of Nations assembly in Geneva.
During his visits to Germany,
Alley has followed from the begin
ning, the rise of Hitler. The past
summer he observed the definite
reactions of the German people to
the Nazi regime.
Allen is a graduate of Harvard
university and was formerly a pro
fessor of history at Dana college
and master at Milton academy. He
served as lieutenant in the United
States infantry in France in 101f
BEFORE THE BALL
firing in your shoes early for
a first class shine.
OAMPUS SHOE SHINE
W. H. BARTON
Painting and Kalsomining
Phone I 328-J
Have your Tuxedo Cleaned Today!
We’ll do our best to make it look
839 High St. Phone 825
Don’t Be a
AT THE SENIOR BALL!
• • •
Your Shoes Should Be
No Stubbed Toes!
• • •
We Do All Kinds of
THE CAMPUS SHOE REPAIR
Opposite Sigma Chi House — E. 13th St.
— they Satisfy I# J
Cigarettes are made
for your pleasure and for your
enjoyment... nothing else.
And when a cigarette
gives you the enjoyment that
Chesterfields do there are no
"ifs” “ands”or "buts” about it...