Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012, May 06, 1944, Image 1

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    Don't Forget the
< Plays in Guild Hall
Tonight at 8:30
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Mothers' Day Services ]
In Eugene Churches
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Queen Anita to Rule Prom
Mother Goose to Appear
With Dancers Tonight
At Junior Prom in Igloo
aiouier ctooso cnaraciers wm
come alive on the walls of Mc
Arthur court tonight in a new war
time guise, when “Mother Goose
Goes to War” at the Junior Prom
the last dance of the year. The
ball room of the Igloo will be
I ringed with large colorful prints of
fairy-tale people in their new
Phyllis Horstinan, chairman of
the Prom, has announced that
dancing will begin at 1) pan., to
t he music of Bill Fisher’s band
from Portland, and it will last till
midnight. Flowers, formats, soft
lights and all the glamour of years
gone by will be in order for the
climax of the Junior Weekend cele
Honored guests for the Prom
will be her majesty, Queen Anita.
Fernandez, and her court, Elaine
Wilson, Phyllis Horstman, Frances
voiton, and Pegge Klepper. TI?->
royal court will be presented to
the audience during intermission,
by Marion Gage, president of the
junior class.
Also to take place during inter
mission is the presentation of the
Gerlinger and Koyl cups to the
outstanding junior woman and the
outstanding junior man.
The Burt Brown Barker award
to the women’s house with tlio
highest scholastic, achievement for
the year, wilt also be made at the
From. The award which usually
goes to the men's house with tluo
finest record has been discontinued
until after the war.
Refreshments will be served din
ing intermission to the patrons*
and patronesses on the floor. Mo
thers and fathers watching thp
Prom from the balcony above vvfl
be served by members of the Eu
gene Oregon Mothers’ club.
. . . makes ready for an entrance today at the Campus Picnic, who:
■Queen Anita Fernandez will he crowned. In the picture, from ief
to right: Princesses Pegge Ivlepper, Phyllis Horstman, Queen Anita
Elaine Wilson, and Frances Colton.
. . . Bol) Kirby sits with his running mates from the air corps. Fron
left to right: Harlowe Bohn, Bill O'Beirne, George Wilson, Kirby
Dick Foss.
. . . are being made by Flora Kib
ler, left, and Sally Spiess, co-chair
men of the Campus Picnic for
WHO? ME . . .
. . . says a member of Asklepiads
to the skeleton practicing tapping
the picnic today. Both the med
ical honorary, right, and Mortar
Board, senior women's honorary,
left, will tap their new pledges at
that time.
Campus Picnic To Feature Food, Canoe Fete
The green lawn of the lower campus will be the focus of attention of students and visiting
parents alike today at 5:30 p.m., for the all-campus picnic.
Lunches are to be brought by the various living organizations. Soldiers are instructed t >
pick up their lunches at Hendricks hall on their way from the Terrace Dance. The lunches
nu im iirmy win c-e made up py
Mrs. Genevieve Turnipseed, direc
• tor of dormitories. Coffee and u <>
cream, supplied by the junior
class, will add the final touches t >
the supper brought from home.
| At about 6 p.m. the strains
! “Pomp and Circumstance" w.'V
usher in her majesty, Quc< n
i Anita Fernandez, the newly-*
elected prime minister, Bob Kirby,
and her court, Princesses Elairo
Wilson, Phyllis Horstman, Peggv
Klepper, and Frances Colton, ac-.
companied by their escorts, tht>
aides to the prime minister, George*
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