Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012, May 31, 1946, Section One, Image 17

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    Section Three
Women's Section
Number 134
Brilliant Colors Popular
To Combat Final Fatigue
Finals may be heavy this term, as always, but fashions are
still bright and light. Margo Gammill is setting the example
for concentration in her navy blue, gabardine suit. Strictly
tailored for that streamlined effect, it is adaptable to fun or
Check Ann Bartlett’s yellow and black cotton dress with
its nigh neckline, capped sleeves,
and trim skirt. Cool in cotton is
Ann Jernstedt in her water green
dress with eyelet trim. An outfit
to study is Lee Huls’ light wool
suit-dress of white. The trench
style is completed by a wide belt
Jjj^nd patch pockets and accentuated
with the straight skirt, full shoul
ders, and generous sleeves.
Striped Cotton
Take a few notes on Mary Pat
ton’s capped sleeved cotton dress
with red and blue stripes on white.
The full bow at the back is an
addition worthy of the full skirt
and round neck. Sharp as a pen
point is Barbara Blaesing’s green
and white plaid cotton with a V
neck and ruffled sleeves. The full
ness of the skirt is met at the
waist by a row of tiny buttons
ascending up the back.
it. ■ -a
will invade
your closet
Protect Your Furs
By Storing Them at
111 7th Ave W. Ph. 3567
Joan Herndon’s pencil-grey skirt
is the wrap-around type with three
buttons congregating to meet the
pleat. To study in the sunlight is
Phyllis Schnell clad in her plaid
short outfit of yellow and black.
The full, brief skirt wraps around
bright yellow shorts to tie at the
side. The rick-racked neck line is
a different supplement.
Peplumed Formal
Weezie Bartlett’s black formal
is a stylist’s delight. The tight,
long bodice and full net skirt are
intervened by a peplum of black
lace. The lace is repeated by the
frilly straps which fasten to the
deep, squared neck line.
Outstanding at any time is Joan
Jaeoberger’s white-and-blue-black
silk print. The huge shoulders and
draped effect are high-lighted by
the wide belt and straight starlight
skirt. Examine with care Joan Bar
ber’s bright yellow skirt accom
panied by a deep-cut peasant blouse
and huge flower ear-rings of the
same sun light color.
Phyllis Field is a star in stripes'
of white and green. Her jersey
dress has dolman sleeves and a
high Chinese neckline! Light lin
linen is Jean Walters in her blue
dress which is trimmed in Aztec
figures around the hem of the skirt
and on the sleeves.
Date Bait
A perfect date for tonight in
white is Bemie Layton in a pique
topped formal with a black skirt
and a bright red belt. It’s green
and black shadow plaid for Itoxie
Sears’ formal of taffeta. It is de
signed with tiny drapes around the
hip line. Bobbie Cronkhite is taking
a new slant on old lace with her
white brocade fitted formal which
is a low-cut scalloped neckline and
cap sleeves. The skirt is very full
Suits are a special on this cam
pus and Lois McConkey has a pri
ority in her blue and white checked
jecket and dark blue streamlined
skirt. It’s sand beige for Charlotte
Yandell in a skirt which buttons
up the front. She wears it with a
deep brown box jacket.
QladUyi QilbeSit
Invites students
to her modern studio
at all timQs
708 W. Morrison St.
Portland, Oregon
Social Notes
By Gladys Hale
“All good things must come to
an end,” and this weekend con
cludes the long list of desserts,
house dances, firesides, and picnics
which have been part of Oregon's
spring term entertainment.
Spotlighting Friday night is the
traditional “Miami Triad,” which
includes Beta Theta Pi, Phi Delta
Theta, and Sigma Chi. These three
organizations were founded at
Miami university in Oxford, Ohio.
The last “Triad” for the three Ore
gon chapters was held in Gerlinger
hall in 1942. This year the formal
affair will be at Willamette Park.
Eighteen-Piece Orchestra
Earl Horn’s 18-piece orchestra
will furnish the music for the “Tri
ad.” This group has been building
a reputation since returning from
overseas', and features musicians
from Jimmy Lunceford's and Count
Basie's orchestras. There will be a
buffet dinner followed by a floor
show with acts contributed by the
three houses.
Representing their houses in
making plans for the gala event
are Dave Edwards, Phi Delt; Wil
(Please turn to pane twenty)
Summer Marriages Loom
For Shy, Thrilled Coeds
Oh, these marrying Oregon coeds! Nearly every livin
organization on the campus has some of its members takin
the fatal step this summer. Of course, some were shy or weren’t
sure of just when the event will happen, but quite a number
were found with a definite date of marriage.
fcfl bfl
ac cne AUri nouse six bndes-to
be were counted. Lucille Ludberg
has said ‘‘yes” to Howard Harper,
Pi Kap, and will say “I do” on June
30. Anne Scripter will make the
trip to the altar in July with Del
Prickett, of Ohio university. Betty
Mack and Jim Lynch, recently dis
charged from the service, have set
the date for June 24. Sometime in
August Lorraine Batty and A1
Still, Pi Kap, will become man and
wife. Pat Reeves and Roland
Knight, Oregon State, plan to be
married sometime this summer.
Margaret Murphy has an altar
date with Dewey Mosier this sum
mer. He is just discharged and
will attend Stanford next fall.
Brides-to Be
AOPi will lose three of its mem
bers in the next few months. Mary
Lee Elliot and Richard Cisney will
say the vows in August and both
plan to return to the University.
On June 7, Nadyne Neet and Ji.cn
Everts, University of Portland, are
to be united in matrimony. Har
riet Banbury and Woodrow Holland,
post-graduate, have set July 3 as
the important day and will live in
Eugene next fall.
The Alpha Phis have three girls
who have announced coming mar
riages. Donna Heyser and Hurt
Tellock, who lives in Wisconsin,
have decided on July 7. Mary Pair Ti
er will* take the fatal step with
John O'Brien, Sigma Chi, some
time after finals are over. Also un
decided as to the date are Mary
Landry and Biill Wasmann,
(Please turn to page twenty-three)
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