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About Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012 | View Entire Issue (April 26, 1935)
Theta Sigma Phi Holds
Matrix Table Banquet
At Osburn hast Night
Now that political activities are
over social functions reign again,
starting the spring season with
one of the highlights of the year
—the Formal Matrix Table, which
was given at the Eugene hotel last
night by Theta Sigma Phi, wo
'jnen’s journalism honorary.
Over 150 prominent girls on the
campus and leaders of Eugene
were present. The banquet was
carried out in spring decorations,
with huge baskets of flowers for
the table center pieces and sword
ferns laid in between.
At the center of the speaker’s
table was Gwladys Bowen, society
Cuitor of the Oregonian, who was
guest speaker for the evening,
Mrs. George Turnbull, toastmis
tress was on her light and Frances
Hardy, prsident of Theta Sigma
Phi on her left. The others at the
speaker’s table were: Mrs. Eric
W. Allen, Margery Howe, Hen
riette Horalc, Ruth McClain, Vir
ginia Endicott, Rowena Eyre, Mar
garet Reid, and Signe Rasmussen.
Twelve girls were invited to be
,come members of the journalism
society at the banquet. Frances
Hardy, president, announced their
names, presenting each one with a
corsage. The new pledges are:
Margaret Petsch, Laura Margaret
•Smith, Henryetta Mummey, Phyl
lis Adams, Mildred Blackburne,
Eleanor Aldrich, Jane Bishop, Dor
othy Dill, Corinne LaBarre, Vir
ginia Howard, Dorris Holmes, Vir
Honors were paid to Sigme
Rassmussen, freshman in journal
ism, for her outstanding work dur
ing the year and also to Virginia
'pndicott, sophomore. The out
standing girl in journalism from
both the Eugene and University
high schools were present as spe
All of the latest styles and ma
terials in formals were worn by
the guests at the formal banquet.
Printed silks and chiffons dominat
ed, followed closely by flowered
taffetas and net formats in pastel
* i!l *
Gwladys Bowen, society editor of
the Oregonian, was guest speaker
at the Theta Sigma Phi Matric
Table banquet last night at the Eu
gene hotel, is staying at the Alpha
Phi house. Miss Bowen is a former
student of the University and an
affiliate of Alpha Phi.
Miss Nonna Skeie, whose be
trothal to Itonnlil McNutt was an
Public at Card Party
Of interest to many University
friends is the recent announce
ment of the engagement of Miss
Norma Skeie to Ronald McNutt
divulged at an informal bridge
party at the bride elect’s home.
Colored and frilled crepe paper
boxes filled with candy formed the
centerpiece for each table and the
place cards were of a bride and
groom design. Guests received as
favors tiny golden slippers con
taining parchment scrolls engraved
with the betrothal announcement.
Miss Skeie is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. O. P. Skeie and Mr.
McNutt is the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Earl McNutt. Both families are of
Both young people are students
at the University where Miss Skeie
is' an affiliate of Alpha Gamma
Delta and Mr. McNutt of Alpha
No date has been set for the
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Coed Portland Bride
At a simple service in Portland,
I Miss lone Wedemeyer. daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Otto T. Wedemeyer,
became the bride of Philip Breig
leb, son of Dr. and Mrs. Charles F.
Breigleb of St. Claire, Mo. Dr. W.
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ice in the presence of the families
and close friends.
The bride wore an afternoon
dress of aquamarine crepe and car
ried an a.rrn bouquet of white flow
ers. Mrs. Madison Ralph Jones Jr.,
Chicago, and Miss Alice Wede
meyer, the bride’s sister, were the
attendants. Mrs. Jones wore an
afternoon dress of gold chiffon and
Miss Wedemeyer was dressed in a
similar dress of shell-pink crepe.
Both carried bouquets of contrast
Mrs. Breigleb is a former student
oi the University and an affiliate
of Alpha Phi.
Miss Ruth Staton Is
Bride of L. Fischer
At a beautiful Easter wedding
at St. Mary’s Episcopal church,
Miss Ruth Staton, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. J. L. Staton, became the
bride of Laurence Fischer, son of
Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Fischer of
Portland. The Reverend H. R.
White officiated at the ceremony.
The bride, who was attired in an
attractive two piece afternoon
dress of mist gray color with light
blue trimming, wore matching ac
cessories and carried a shower
bouquet of Rapture roses, white
sweet peas and lilies of the val
Mrs. Clare Hamlin, matron of
honor and the bride's only atten
dant, was attired in an afternoon
dress of flame color and carried a \
bouquet of yellow roses and laven
dar sweet peas.
Robert W. Staton, brother of *the
bride, acted as best man for the
groom, and Clare Hamlin and Wil
liam Lundin were ushers during |
the ceremony. The wedding march
was played by Alfred Tyson.
Following the ceremony a recep
tion was held at the home of the
bride’s parents, Mrs. Robert Staton
pouring. Assisting about the rooms
vere Mrs. Clare Hamlin, Miss Mary
Kathryn Staton, and Miss Ardis
Mr. and Mrs. Fischer, both for
mer students of the University of
Oregon, will make their home in
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grads have a “night-cap” be
fore hed. They go to the
campus restaurant or the
house pantry and eat a howl
of Kellogg’s Riee Krispies. A
cereal so deliciously crisp
and crunchy that it actually
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\t hotels, restaurants and
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Picks 15 at
Indirect colored lights illuminat
ing huge fraternity and sorority
. crests pervaded the court with the
1 Grecian atmosphere at the Frosh
Glee held Saturday evening. April
: 20, in McArthur Court. Jimmy
Dierickx’ orchestra furnished the
, music for the dance.
The highlight of the evening was
the selection of fifteen freshman
■ boys to Skull and Dagger, sopho
| more honorary. Craig Finley, Skull
j and Dagger president, presented
the new pledges with their ribbons.
Patrons and patrons for the
dance were Mr. and Mrs. W. J.
Kerr, Mr. and Mrs. C. V. Boyer,
Mr. and Mrs. K. N. Onthank, Dr.
and Mrs. C. L. Schwekng, Mr. and
Mrs. Virgil D. Earl, Mrs. Alice
Macduff, Mr. John Landsbury,
Mrs. Anne Landsbury Beck, Mr.
and Mrs. Prince Callison, Mr. and
Mrs. Hugh E. Rosson, Mr. and
Mrs. John Stark Evans, Mr. and
Mrs. O. F. Stafford, Mr. and Mrs.
George Hopkins, Lieutenant and
Mrs. E. W. Kelly, Mr. and Mrs.
Carlton E. Spencer, Mr. and Mrs.
Herman Kehrli, Mr. and Mrs. A.
L. Lomax, Mr. and Mrs. Arch Ber
nard, Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Garrett, |
Mr. and Mrs. Harry F. Gordon,
Mr. and Mrs. S. S. Smith, and Mr.
Sigma Alpha Epsilon
Holds Easter Tea
Members of Sigma Alpha Epsi
lon entertained last Sunday after
noon with an Easter tea. Colorful
spring flowers formed the back
ground for the affair, while mem
bers and their guests strolled about
the house and grounds.
Those presiding at the tea table
were Mrs. Robert F. Biddle, Mrs.
Warren D. Smith, Mrs. R. E. Laf
fei'ty, Mrs. Blair Alderman, Mrs.
Directorate for AWS Carnival
These coeds are in charge of the “bigger and better” AWS carnival. Reading from left to right first
row, Re\a Herns, directorate chairman; Miriam Eichner, publicity; Marjory Will, assistant chairman;
Ann-Reed Burns, finance; Marvel Tvviss, booths; Imogene Wylie, food; and Rose Gore, clean-up. The back
row from left to right: Dorothy Hagge, basket social; Mildred Blackburne, recording secretary; Ebba
Wicks, tickets; Virginia Endicott, raffles; Genevieve McNiece, corresponding secretary; Portia Booth,
promotion; and Jane Brewster is in charge of jitney dancing.
D. J. McKinnon and Mrs. M. K.
Marriage Is Held
The marriage of Miss Marian
Einor Davis, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. William F. Davis, to Mr. Ar
thur O. Richardson, son of Mrs.
Ella Richardson was performed at
e ceremony in St. Mary’s Episcopal
church at 9 o’clock Sunday morn
ing, Reverend H. R. White offi
ciating. Palms, lilies, narcissus
and cherry blossoms formed a
beautiful setting for the wedding.
Preceding the ceremony, a trio
including Mrs. Hugh Moffitt, 'cel
list, Miss Virginia Endicott, vio
linist, and Miss Brandon Young,
harpist, played “Ave Maria” and
"Still as the Night,” with the Lo
hengrin march for the procession
al and Mendelssohn for the reces
The bride was beautifully at
tired in an ivory satin gown with
formal lines and a finger-tip length
coat of white starched lace with
p high Victorian collar. She wore
a tiny cap of the same lace and
carried a sheaf of calla lilies.
Miss Edna Lewellen, maid of
honor, was lovely in a turquoise
blue dress and carried a bouquet
of contrasting talisman rosebuds.
Charles Webber was best man and
ushers were William Lake and Vir
Mr. and Mrs. Richardson are to
make their home in Eugene. Both
have been attending the University
of Oregon where the bride is a
member of Alpha Chi Omega so
rority and Mr. Richardson affil
iated with Alpha Tau Omega fra
Miss Lois Howe Is
Bride of McDonald
Against a yellow and white
background formed by Easter lil
ies, daffodils and white narcissus,
Miss Lois Howe, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. C. J. Howe, became the
bride of David McDonald at a
beautiful service held at the Cen
tral Presbyterian church in Eu
gene. The Rev. Milton S. Weber
read the service.
The bride, who was given in mar
riage by her father, wore a charm
ing dress of white silk lace, made
with a high collar in black and a
short train. A wreath of garden
ias replaced the wedding veil; the
bridal bouquet was of Talisman
The bride’s only attendant, Mrs.
Ralph Butt of Newberg, wore a
dress of flowered crepe and car
ried pink rosebuds. Eugene C.
Howe acted as best man for Mr.
McDonald and ushers were Charles
Walters and Vernon Nelson.
A reception was held at the
Howe home following the cere
mony, Mrs. Ralph Butt and Mrs.
J. D. Bryant pouring. Mrs. Fran
ces Leighty, Mrs. C. H. King, Miss
Genevieve Hallin, Miss Jean Lewis,
Mrs. Eugene Howe, and Miss Ger
trude Lamb assisted about the
One of the most unique and col
orful displays to be used in cam
pus decorations was a feature of
the annual Easter breakfast given
by Phi Gamma Delta fraternity
last Sunday morning at the Os
burn hotel. Fragrant pastel spring
flowers were arranged to form a
massive "Fiji” pin with the Greek
letters and symbols in flowers of
a deeper hue. The entire display
was placed on a background of
Cherry blossoms adorned the
window sashes and pillars and a
long table in the shape of a cross,
in the center of which was a bub
bling fountain, completing the pic
turesque scene. Fraternity colors
of purple and white were used in
the programs. During the break
fast hour music was played by the
Phi Beta trio.
Patrons and patronesses at the
breakfast were Mrs. Genevieve
Turnipseed, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph
Cake, and Dr. and Mrs. C. L.
YMCA Officers Elected
Charles Paddock won over Ed
Hansen as secretary of the YMCA
for next year in elections held yes
terday. The rest of the ticket went
in unopposed as follows: president,
Fred Gieseke; vice-president, Cos
grove LaBarre; and treasurer,
Brittain Ash. The official vote
count will appear in Saturday’s
(Continued from Paqe Three)
hard-fought decision from the Yeo
men, 5 to 0. Aaron Miller pitched
.superlative ball all evening for the
Freemen, while his teammates
bunched their hits for the runs.
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