Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012, December 05, 1945, Page 10, Image 10

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    Gamp,u& Glad
The houses are filled to the
brim with excitement this week
end and everyone is living under
the magic spell of Christmas, so
shoving our books aside for awhile
let’s take a look around the cam
pus and see what’s going on.
Down Delta Gamma way we
noticed Jeanne Herndon and Joan
Williams. Jeanne had on an in
geniously designed dress of black
wool, with a half turquoise high
rolled neckline. Breaking this con
trast is a diagonal arrow of rosy
red. Joan was wearing a dream
scheme of a black crepe dress with
a round neck, tiny cap sleeves and
a saucy peplum. A silver studded
belt and a silver clip at the neck
finished it off. Wearing the new
est thing on Lullaby lane is
Joanna Mapes. She has a darling
pink and white flannel nightie
trimmed with a fluffy white
fringe, so soft and warm for these
frosty nights.
Janet Kirk has some carefree
companions for her knockabout
hours—the companions, a pair of
midnight-blue moccasins, not so
good for the rain, but so comfort
able for those play time hours. . .
Punctuation? Blue-green clips . . .
Exclamations ? Wherever she
wears it, that’s Janet Feenaughty
Art Bazaar to Self
Student Creations
The annual “Art Bazaar,” sell
ing the student’s work of the
school of architecture and allied
arts will be held December 8 and
9 in the Little Art Gallery from
9 to 5 p.m. each day. t
Neil A. Koch, in charge of the
bazaar will be assisted by Robert
W. Springer, president of the
architecture and allied arts league,
and Betty Lou Dundas.
Student work in painting, tex
tiles, sculpturing and jewelry will
be sold at the sale. Ten per cent
of the profit from the sale will go
to the benefit of the allied art
league and the rest of the profit
to the individual art student.
Department heads for the affair
are: Erlene Lamen, architecture;
Evelyn Woodworth, sculptering;
Laverne Eriskson, painting; Mirza
Baumhover, interior design; Velita
Estey, normal arts; and Carol
Zeigler, ceramics.
Miss Maude Kerns, associate
professor of art education, will
supervise the affair as faculty
Parties, Pageants, Cards
(Continued from Page Nine)
Christmas activities will be a tea
and pageant on December 9. The
tea will be held in the afternoon
and is under the chairmanship of
Pearl Peterson. Afi exchange of
gifts will be held and carols are to
be sung. The Christmas,, pageant,
under the direction of Barbara
Fossen, will be presented in the
Gifts anil Kntertainment
• Christmas paijmes, Jv with ex
change poems and gifts, sparkling
entertainment, and refreshments
will constitute Yuletide activities
for Alpha Xi Delta, Rebec house,
Hawthorne house, Delta Delta
Delta, Gamma hall, Delta Gamma,
Kappa Alpha Theta, Pi Beta Phi,
University house, Sigma Kappa,
Judson house, Hendricks hall, Zeta
Tau Alpha, and Hilyard house.
Highland house plans an evening
of caroling on December 9.
Dinner parties are on the menu
for Chi Omega, Delta Gamma, and
University house. St. Nick will
visit Chi Omega and University
house after dinner.
A formal dance is planned in
Portland to celebrate Christmas by
Alpha Omicron Pi, The affair will
be held December 21 at the John
son home on Riverside drive.
in her smart black silk crepe dress,
with butterfly sleeves and crescent
shaped clips adding a sparkling
note of interest.
With new sleeves, new drapes
and glittering satin trim, Virginia
Woodward is herd to resist. The
dress is powder blue, trimmed with
satin sleeves on which is a net
work of silver and sequined em
Around the Kappa house the
latest idea is to paint your slippers
to match your robe, quite a novel
ty and lots of fun. It seems they
used a solution of show-card paint
and ink, the more artistic even
with dainty flowers around them.
You never know what they’ll think
of next . . .
It’s a gold star for stripes when
Gloria Montag comes in wearing
an adorable brown striped taffeta
dress, featuring a straight neck
line, cap sleeves and a very full
dirndle skirt, the heaven-blue and
pink stripes bring color and life
to the dress . . .
Smooth as a pond is Naedene
Foss in a shining black hat and
dress combination, made of black
satin. The dress has a slight drape
in the skirt, a V-neck and tiny
covered buttons down to the waist.
Casual as you like it, important as
you please, that's the rust wool
dress worn by Pat Davis. The
dress has a high neck line, long
dolman sleeves and is set off with
a smart leather belt.
For day-dates or dance-doings
Natalie Brown has the situation
well in hand, in the latest in brown
fashions. The dress is plain in front
with cap sleeves, but the back has
a soft fold of material falling from
the shoulders to the waist line.
Bound to be becoming, so clever
ly casual is the smart suit worn
by' Patty Beaton. The suit is gray
with a red stripe running through
it. The design ’is tailored with a
round neck and one button at the
waist, and a kick pleat skirt.
Barbara Tibbets has a new,
sophisticated peasant dress, a
royal blue dirndel skirt worn with
an aqua blue blouse, and a royal
blue, aqua and fuschia kerchief
effect around the back and coming
over the shoulders, forming cap
sleeves . . .
Bring him home faster and back
your candidate for the Victory
Loan drive . . . Buy a Victory
Bond . . .
Oregon Press Conference
Scheduled February 8
February 8 and 9 have been an
nounced as the dates for the
annual Oregon press conference by
Lawrence Spraker, publisher of
the Stayton-Mail, and the Univer
sity school of jounalism. The
affair will be held in McClure hail,
on the campus.
The program is being arranged
by George Turnbull, acting dean
of the school of journalism, Mr.
Spraker and Carl C. Webb, assis
tant professor of journalism.
All papers in the state are in
vited to send representatives to the
Wyoming produces the nation’s
largest share of bentonite.
Bright-and-shiny you . . i you're
All 'fWtied up
Jor Christmas
Pearl-sew jersey
snoods, 4.95—6.95
Sparkle-band to use
a dozen ways, 2.95
and- so are the gifts you'll give
Christmas is for fun, among other
things ... you'll want the holiday
shine for yourself (via the kind of
sparkle-dresses and accessories
we've a store full of right now)...
you'll want to pass it along in the
gifts you give, too. Like
what? Come see!
bracelets begin
at 1.00 and progress
to 35.00. Sketched, 5.95
Precious metal compacts are back . . .
by Elgin and Volupte (sketched, 5.00)
Boxy black faille vanity
bags with mirrored
lids, 5.00
Soft cashmere
jersey, gay
you are .
Dress-up scarfs,
2.95 to 12.50