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About Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012 | View Entire Issue (March 9, 1945)
I o Award I hree Grants
Three grants-m-aid in advanced personnel training araount
ing to $750 each will be awarded in 1945 by the Rosenberg
foundation, the Pasadena headquarters of the Western Per
sonnel service announces. The grants allow $500 for living
expenses, and costs of tuition, fees, and materials are covered
by the remainder of the award.
Karl W. Onthank, dean of person
nel administration, is chairman of
the academic council of the per
sonnel service and will clear appli
cations from the University.
The training course provides a
general overview of the field of
personnel work in education, in
dustry, and government. Trainees
develop their special interests and .
nain experience through reading, j
supervised work in student person- i
nel methods research, occupational
reesarch, practice in office pro
cedures, and individual projects at
Western Personnel service head
quarters or other personnel offices.
Trainees will be accepted April 1
and September 1, and applications
must be received not later than
March 15, and June 1, respectively.
The training period normally cov
ers 10 months.
Must Have Degree
Applicants must at least hold a
bachelor’s degree or have com pie t
the equivalent of four years of
college work. Upper division
courses in personnel administration
or vocational guidance, or an ade
quate general background in psy
chology, sociology, education, eco
nomics, or political science is re
Dean Onthank termed the train
ing an “extraordinary opportun
ity.” There is some chance for em
ployment in the field without this
training, he said.
Among University graduates
who have trained through these
grants and become successful in
personnel work are Elizabeth Stet
son and Ann Fredrickson. Miss
Fredrickson formerly was in
charge of the induction of Waves
at the U. S. naval training school
at. the Bronx, New York. She now is
doing personnel work for the
Waves in Washington. D.C. Miss
Stetson served as counsellor at the
San Francisco junior college until
And then there is the fellow who
joined the navy before he found
out who kept the ships so nice and
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Those cheers you hear
Are not for Spring,
They're all because
Our Ice Cream's the THING!!
AROUND THE CORNER FROM THE
Dan Cupid Aims j
With winter term over and pre
, views of spring in the air, a young :
; coed's fancy turns to love. Winter
| has given the campus many excit
ing times and spring promises j
even more. Of engagement and
wedding news there is much to be j
told before finals start and we!
leave for our week vacation.
The Sigma Kappa house dance j
held a double thrill when Jo Anne [
Ceaville announced her engage
ment to Bill Hessel. Bill, home on.
leave from the navy, helped Jo;
Anne pass heart shaped candies
with their names inscribed to the
girls and their dates.
A DG anchor filled with violets
told of the engagement of Yvonna
Prather to Bill Harding. Announced
on February 24, Yvonna carried
out the wedding news by serving
French pastries with violets frosted
on them. The date has been set for
some time in August.
Chi O Dorothy Fleming returned
from a short visit in Portland and
told her sorority sisters of her
plan to wed Lt. Roy Baxter of the
army air corps.
Curt Welburn, former SAE at
Oregon State, sent Janice Seymour,
Alpha Chi, his pin from overseas.
February 27 was the day Jean
Probst, ADPi chose to announce
her engagement to Cal Huson. Lit
tle white bells with the couple's
names told the news.
Alpha Xi Joan Van Doren is tell
ing her friends informally of her
engagement to Lt. Loren Smith.
The Alpha Gamma Deltas were
awakened by the fire bell recently
to sleepily follow signs to the liv
ing room where they were pleas
antly surprised by the news of
Betty Whittle and Elwood Hed
Alpha Chi Marge Curtis an
nounced her engagement to War
Correspondent Tom Weiss while
she. was in Portland. Mr. Weiss is
leaving for Guam shortly on an
Peggy Smith, Alpha Xi, now has
the Sigma Chi pin of Russell Turn
er now in the navy.
As the result of another leave
Pat Silver, Alpha Ci, is wearing
Bob Dagget’s Sigma Chi pin. Bob,
a lieutenant in the army air corps,
is a former student at Oregon.
Every night he calls her up! And
that is something when the calls
are from San Diego. Who is the
long-distance ensign, Frannie
Expecting many new romances
to culminate with the increasing
blue skies and spring days we say
goodbye for this term. Until spring
has its fling . . . !
- NILA DESINGER and
How did you puncture that tire?
Ran over a milk bottle. What’sa
matter, didn't cha see it ? Naw,
the darn kid had it in his pocket.
Serve some of our delicious halibut and salmon steaks. Also
fresh seafoods in season. Order Thursday for Friday's delivery.
NEWMAN'S FISH MARKET
39 E. Broadway
Hogan's Grocery and Cook's Market
544 E. 13th
BRING YOUR RADIO IN
before spring vacation
FOR A COMPLETE OVERHAULING.
It will be as good as new
by the time you get back.
EUGENE RADIO SHOP
128 E. 11th
When You Need
Try our Pastries and
you'll forget the trou
bles of term exams.
Phone 71 14th and Mill