Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012, May 07, 1942, Page 6, Image 6

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    Sunshine, Spring Weather Herald
Annual Junior Weekend Program
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Oregon society is having its
face lifted this week as two danc
es, a musical show, tea, dinners,
luncheons, serenades, dance re
citals and all the college activity
Docks can show their guests are
flcuoduled for the fifteenth an
nual: weekend.
Crowning of Queen Ellie I at
the campus luncheon will open the
festivities. Three years of activi
ties will be rewarded when Mor
tar Boards and Friars are tapped.
Coeds will ignore the men or be
dunked in the lily pond by the
Friday afternoon team promis
es to be an occasion—The Moth
ers meet the deans'—New Phi
Thetas will serve at the tea pre
iwiting Dean Schwering and Mrs.
Macduff to Aiumni hall from 3
until 4:30.
Believe it or not—Ducks will
flock to the like Friday afternoon
of Junior Weekend but they won't
get Inside for Max Miller ha3 that
til i arranged. Ted Hallock and hi3
band are playing, concessions for
refreshments as well as dollar
prices will make the terrace
daw.ee the place to be. It's free—
no library cards, class card3, stu
(PL'ase turn-to pane ciijlit)
Oregon W Emerald
■Women's {Pag®
this issue:
K tty Afin, Ste|e^i i
Peggy Overland
Corrine Nelson
Barbara Lamb
Jean Frideger
Marge Curtis
Lois Hulser
*Jlie £cuii Wobd
Of Junior Weekend we sing today,
Of a formal dance and a luncheon gay,
Of what to wear at each event.
We hope your time will be well spent.
You’ve been hearing about it
for weeks: you've seen evidences
of it in the roadside signs along
Thirteenth street, the huge stage
being built in the Igloo, and the
pictures of Queen Ellie and her
court. Tomorrow is the official
beginning of Junior Weekend and
mothers' Weekend combined, and
from then on, events will follow
one another like mad until Sun
day afternoon when guests have
departed, and students return to
a somewhat normal academic ex
If you’ve never been to the an
nual campus luncheon held be
neath the trees between the law
school and Friendly hall, you’ve
missed a vital part of the cele
bration. No one dresses up be
cause no one knows whether or
not they will be dunked for hav
ing broken a tradition. Wear
something light if it is warm—a
blouse and peasant skirt or wash
dress, and saddles.
■The tea for mothers held in
Gerlinger Friday afternoon calls
for campus clothes again, as does
the terrace dance in front of the
library the same day.
the The Junior Prom, Friday
night, is definitely formal, and
spectators will see a mass of col
or in both evening dresses and
decorations, the latter which are
Just th.e tiling to wear, taking Mother
to church Sunday. Prices to fit your
907 "Willamette
It's Not Too Late
"Handkerchief of the Month"
Sheer all linen or soft finely woven Swiss handker
chiefs. 1‘atteni.s of delicate spring blossoms that
ill (ho “thousand fragrant posies’’ of Marlowe's
i’assi.mate Shepherd. A lovely aeeent for the pocket
of “her,k pet suit.
25c 50c 59c
The Store of a Thousand (lifts.
20-G0 Broadway
being done by Allied Arts and
will undoubtedly follow a patriot
ic theme.
Saturday, Oregon men and wo
men will escort their moms to tho
Mothers' Luncheon in John Straub
Memorial hall. Carolyn Holmes
suggests suits or simple dresses,
and heels.
Campus clothes will be worn
to the Sunlight Serenade Satur
day afternoon.
Another big event is Saturday
night's musical extravaganza,
“Of Thee I Sing,” in McArthur
court, and short silks and heels
will be in order, Miss Holmes
said. Hats may be worn, but are
Students will “dress up” for
Sunday church and dinner in each
living organization, and these
complete the program for Junior
Weekend, 1912.
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Bet Juf. AfaJS
It’s a women’s world ... so
Mortar Board is cornin’!!
AWS cabinet members are
sponsoring a flower sale afore
Mortar Board dinners at 'the liv
ing organizations . . . each house
will liave a representative chair
man who will collect the orders.
. . . carnations lead the list of
“desirables,” with red, white and
maroon colors obtainable ....
price is 2o cents. . . .
Kwama picnic last Saturday was
the best ever according to every
one present . . . Swimmer’s De
light proved a perfect background
for the event. . . . Ex-Pres Eliza
beth Steed earned new honors at
first base on AWS gavel wielder
IMarge Dibble’s baseball team . . .
Marge Curtis, new Phi Theta Up
silon head, and Janet Ross took
all the wax off the dance floor
with their jitterbuggin’. . . .
lyn Holmes and Marge Dibble
have arranged a new campus
luncheon setup that really is
something ... it will abolish
wasted time in giving out the
food and present much confusion.
. . . Rohda Harkson, AWS treas
urer, is working on the hot dog
end of the table . . . she planned
it that way, I betcha. . . .
LAST WEEK . . . the Phi The
ta initiation was one of the most
impressive ceremonies ever . . .
and the fireside afterwards was
swell . . . food, emmm . . . YWCA
officers Micky Mitchell and Bev
erly Padghaui really know their
bridge game . . . spent the time
waiting to be initiated at the
bridge table. . . .
Kwamas are planning another
rummage gathering of clothes . . .
will deliver them to needy fam
ilies ... if anyone has anything
lying around they don’t need
take it to the Kwama president's
living organization.
Sure, it's a women’s world. . .
—By Barbara Lamb
Famous for Hats”
985 Willamette Street
Eugene, Oregon
lAftA, Qbade
High, spot for junior women at
the annual campus luncheon to
morrow noon will be the tapping
of new members of Mortar
Board, senior women’s honorary.
In accord with tradition, black
robed undergraduate and faculty
members of Mortar Board will
move through the luncheon
crowd to present the red rose of
pledgeship to new pledges.
Scholarship requirements for
Mortar Board membership this
spring are the highest for many
years, according to President Bil
lie Christensen. Because of the
upward swing in the campus
GPA, Mortar Board require
ments move up in equal propor
tion. A minimum of 2.8 will be
necessary for pledging. Activities,
character, and attitude are the
other considerations, Miss Chris
tensen said.
Smoothie^ <k
“Eenie, meenie” . . . yes, you'd
have to count off like that to
pick the campus favorite glazed
chintz dress. Here’s a few of the
smoothies . . .
Barbara Younger has a cute
one in red and white candy
stripes plus a square neck, and
full skirt . . . Helen Moore will
step out come Junior Weekend
in her chintz dress with its clever
combination of both stripes and
flowers ... Phyllis Dyer spells
big news for the summer in yel
low print chintz . . . Two eJLa
kind Bonnie Robin and Eliz Ed
munds have two of a kind chintz
dresses — they’re really shortie
suits that look like dresses . . .
Helen McCarthy’s dress has
something new in loose pleats and
super lines . . . Gerry Stowell seen
at the Side in a dusty blue and
pink number. . . .
—By Jean Frideger.
Eugene Hotel Building
Telephone 2890
R O y G1 gifts for th© £ Framed Pictures
aueen of vour heart • imported Swiss
~ Handkerchiefs
at prudent prices.
Motke/iX ^baif
• Garden Books
• Flower Travs and
• Figurines
• New Books
Ruth Wheeler
122 E. Broadway
it's time to give her hosiery
A good excuse for giving your favorite
Mother something rather special to show
that you think she’s something rather
special. This year more than ever she’ll
welcome hosiery that’s all silk and
just as sheer and lovely as it is
durable and practical.
Pair, $1.3.')