Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012, March 08, 1946, FIRST SECTION, Page 31, Image 31

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    YWCA Cabinate
Positions Open
All women students interested
in applying for positions on the
\ WCA cabinet are asked to con
—tact Miss Lois Greenwood, execu
tive secretary, before Thursday,
March 7. Appointments will be
made next week, and new cabinet
members will be installed at the
beginning of spring term.
Applications may be made for
chairmanship of the following
committees: membership, publicity,
house council, community service,
public affairs, Town and Gown,
worship, entertainment, Girl Re
serves, international affairs, and
social affairs.
Newman Club Announce
New Meeting Schedule
The meeting time of the New
man club has been changed to 6:30
p.m. on Tuesdays in the annex
room of the oCllege Side inn. It
has been announced that desserts
only will be served during the
-—meeting so that the members can
eat at their respective houses be
fore coming to the meeting.
The discussion will last from
6:30 to 7:30 p.m. and the topic
Tuesday will be, “Lenten Practices
and eBliefs.” The purpose of the
club is to familiarize the Catholic
student with the living practices
of his faith, and through discussion
answer questions regarding the
position of the Catholic chumch in
the world today.
Virginia Walker gets ready for a bike ride in pedal pushers
from Miller’s. Brown butcher boy linen, with a colorful yellow
Southern Positions
Available for Graduates
- Good jobs are available with the
Southern company of Jacksonville,
Florida, according to Mrs. Jean
nette Hahner, who is in charge of
graduate employment at the Uni
Mrs. Hahner was informed of
the openings by Doug Milne, grad
uate of ’38 and former president
of Phi Delta Theta. He stated that
a few men are needed as food
brokerage businessmen. The ap
plicants mus be experienced in the
field of food products, preferably
wholesale. Persons with retail gro
cery experience, however, will be
considered. These positions pay a
salary of $4800 a year plus com
Any persons interested in a po
sition with the Southern company
should get in touch with Mrs.
Hahner at the University employ
ment service office.
(■Continued jrom fiuiie tovnty-citfht)
and gentlemen to wear clothes on
which the juice will not stain, or
some which can stand another
Presume now that you are fully
prepared to eat a grapefruit—in
fact one is setting in front of you;
you have all the proper equipment
that I told you about and have
followed my advice to the last let
ter. First you pick up a sharp knife
in your right hand and start to
cut about an inch deep between the
skin and the meat while holding
the fruit firmly with your left hand.
After you have cut around the en
tire fruit, start cutting between
each of the sections. Now the cut
ting is all done, it wasn't so bad,
was it ? Of course when you wipe,
the juice out of your left eye you
will be able to see what you have
accomplished. Now lay the knife
down and pick up your spoon,
gently slip it under one section
and raise it slowly to your mouth.
Delicious, isn't it?
Having the first section safely
transported from the dish to your
mouth, don't you feel a warm glow
of pride ? See, I told you it was
fool proof.
At teen In
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Snatcher,” with romantic
embroidery. Vixen pink, melody
blue, citrus spun rayon flannel.
Sizes 9 to 15.
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Large Selection
of the best in
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to insure
Friday Delivery
Ph. 2309 39 E Bdwy. •