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About Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012 | View Entire Issue (May 7, 1942)
In tune with the times is this
Jeai s Junior Weekend royal
court of beauties. From the
Strauss romantic music of
■ Springtime in Vienna” to the
mystic enchantment of “Arabian
Nights Junior Weekends have
The royalty of the “Of Thee I
Sing” weekend of 1942 is stream
lining everything that has been
done in the past. With this note
"S* modern simplicity in mind the
royal gowns are selected. Queen
Ellie I will lead the coronation
march dressed in a white percale
dress. Adding that important
touch is a white cotton lace bod
ice. It contrasts her slim waist
with the many yards in the skirt.
Princesses Milodene Goss and
Margaret Sleeper will be very
decorative when they appear in
their white percale dresses with
blue rickrack trim. The square
necklines of the dresses makes
them smarter than smart. Prin
cesses Frances Cox and Dorothy
Greer’s dresses are also white
percale, but sparkle with bright
^ed rickrack. In the coronation
march Oregon beauty and patriot
ic colors will combine for a har
monious effect in the “Of Thee
I Sing,” theme.
■—By Jean Frideger.
Smiling ’Sedie’ Reveals
Many Hobbies, Activities
By BETTY ANN STEVENS
After wandering around in the dark for ten minutes somewhere
behind the DU house, and finally stumbling into a circle of light,
where there was an open door, we found the abode of the Coed of
the Week, small, genuine Eleanor Sederstrom.
With a friendly smile and a pleasant, "Won't you come in? I
just got back from a first aid meeting,” "Sedie” led the way upstairs
COED OF THE WEEK . .
. . . Smiling Eleanor Sederstrom
has scholarship to New York
University for next year.
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to her room, at the same time
keeping up a running conversa
tion about splints and bandges.
Sitting Indipm fashion, with
blue slacks rolled up fisherman
style, and her blond hair held
back from her expressive face
with a white ribbon, she smiling
ly admitted that her activities in
clude Kwama, vice-president of
Phi Theta, a student representa
tive on the disciplinary commit
tee, chairman of registration for
Dads’ day, secretary of Alpha
Phi, chairman of the Sunlight
serenade last year, treasurer of
the sophomore Y. Commission,
little major for the military ball,
and being listed in this year's
collegiate Who’s Who, and work
ing at the Co-op. She was also
featured on the cover of the Em
erald literary edition.—“Just odds
and ends—that’s been me,” she
added'. “I’ve had a lot 6f fun out
of it, though.”
She is living out of her sorority,
Alpha Phi, this year, with two
other Alpha Phis and a Gamma
Phi—“It’s just like a small soror
ity here. We have our own sere
nades and everything.”
^From Salem, where she has
lived for nine years, "Sedie” came
originally from Minnesota.
“Bridge, collecting records and
horses,” she stated matter-of
factly as her outside interests.
About the pig banks reposing
on her bureau, she said, “I have
four of them—oh, three, now! I
broke the other one.”
Music Lover, Too
“Records? I sort of like the in-1
between type—Strauss waltzes
especially. My favorite record is
‘Moonlight on the Campus'.” Go
ing toward her record player, she
asked, “Do you want to hear it ?
Against the strains of "Moon
light on the Campus,” she wryly
said, “I like too many things.
That’s the trouble. Too many hob
bies—too many things I want to
“Things I don’t like?” She
paused, hunched her shoulders,
and quickly declared, “I. don’t like
rainy spring ter-rms—especially
my last one.”
“Statement about men?” She
laughed, engagingly, then de
clared, “Let’s just leave that out.”
As to future plans, “It’s sort of
up in the air as yet.” She has a
retailing scholarship to New York
University for one year, or she
could work at merchandising in
Portland, which she would rather
do, to be nearer home.
With a helpless laugh, she add
er, “I can't think of another thing
to tell you. You’ve heard all
about my life in ten minutes.”
fyan, flune 23
Miniature airplanes with scrolls
told Alpha Xi Delta sorority sis
ters last Friday night that Miss
Geraldine Barry will become the
bride of Lieutenant Ralph Grif
fin June 23 in Phoenix, Arizona.
Red, white, and blue decora
tions were used at the announce
ment party, and a large para
chute was arranged from the ceil
Miss Barry is a junior on the
campus and well-known for her
musical talents. Lieutenant Grif
fin is with the army air corps at
Luke field in Phoenix. He at
tended Montana State college and
is affiliated with Sigma Alpha
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