Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012, April 19, 1947, Page 7, Image 7

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LFirst Congregational church .490 East Thirteenth
“The Walk to Emmaus” will be the
topic of Rev. Wesley Nicholson’s
sermon at the 11 a.m. service. The
choir will sing “In Heavenly Love
Abiding” by Mendelssohn. At 6 p.m.
a discussion and a buffet supper
will be held.
St. Mary’s Catholic church .Mass will be offered at 5:30, 7:15,
1062 Charnelton 8:30, 9:45 and 11 a.m.
First Methodist church.Rev. O. L. Griffeth will conduct
morning services at 11 a.m. There
will be special music by the choir.
Fairmount Presbyterian church.“Unity in Diversity” will be the
E. 15th and Villard sermon topic of Dr. Joseph R. Har
ris for the 11 a.m. service. William
Putnam, guest soloist, will sing Ma
lotte’s "The Lord’s Prayer.”
United Lutheran church .“The Abundant Life” will be the
315 East Thirteenth theme of the 11 a.m. sermon by Rev.
J. L. Sawer. Mrs. John Gragg will
sing “He Shall Lead His Flock,”
from Handel’s “Messiah.”
First Baptist church.At the 11 a.m. service to be broad
868 High cast over kUGN, Dr. Vance H.
Webster will speak on “Modern Fol
10 lowers of Domas.” At the evening
services at 7:30 p.m. “If the Right
eous Scarcely Be Saved?” will be
his topic.
Central Presbyterian church.Dr. N. K.'Tully will speak on “John
1010 Pearl Mark’s Apostacy and Return” at
the 11 a.m. service. Mendelssohn’s
“All Men, Sing to the Lord” will be
the special choir music.
Unity church, 1569 Oak.“Joy Versus Gloom, Which?” will
be the sermon topic of Rev Cleoda
Dawson at the 11 a.m. service.
First Church of Christ, Scientist.“Learning to Pray” will be the
12th and Oak theme of the 11 a.m. service by
Hugh McCallum, and at 7:30 p.m.
he will discuss “The Things Which
are.” Choir music at the morning
service will be the processional
"Under His Wing” and Neidlinger’s
“Spirit of “God.”
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| Fellows...
For the heart
you aim to
please the
loveliest gift
is a fjne piece of jewelry
Romantic chatelaines
and lockets for
^ the one you love
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.1027 Willamette j
Seniors Eye
Speech Prizes
Five seniors are eyeing the $300
in prizes to be awarded in the Fail
ing Beekman oratorical contest
which will be held on the campus
during commencement weekend.
Women have apparently found
the $150 first prize, and the $100
and $50 second and third prizes more
appealing than the men. Beverly
Carroll, sociology major; Gloria
Gartozian and Marjorie Skordahl,
both majors in Romance languages;
Raymond T. Anderson, psychology
major; and Alfred Smith, chemis
try major, have entered.
The participants may prepare a
15 minute speech on any subject
they choose. The entry deadline is
May 1.
Because there are relatively few
entrants in this contest, the oppor
tunities of winning a prize are
great, according to Professor W. A.
Dahlberg, acting head of the speech
drama department. Further infor
mation may be obtained from him
in room 107A, Friendly hall,
Egyptian to Speak
On Independence
Ahmad Hussein, leader of the
Young Egypt party, will speak on
Egypt’s independence effort Wed
nesday, April 23, at 7:30 p.m. in
Gerlinger hall. One of Egypt’s out
standing youth leaders, Hussein is
currently touring the United States
speaking to college groups.
He founded the Young Egypt
movement when a junior in college.
Since that time the party has grown
from an initial group of 12 mem
bers to include 12,000.
Hussein’s speech is sponsored by
the One World club and Dr. V. P.
Morris. He is scheduled to appear
before an Oregon State audience
April 22.
Webfoots Win
After a two-game pause, in
1946 the Webfoots hit the wTin col
umn when Hal Saltzman tossed
the Hobsonmen to an 8 to 5 win
over Washington State. The
Duck crew pounded Buck Bai
ley’s tossers for 11 bingles.
Petitions Due April 19
Petitions for the positions of
Emerald editor and business
manager and Oregana editor
and business manager must be
turned in_to the educational
activities office in McArthur
court before noon, April 19.
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Dr. V.P. Morrisr Deane Seeger
Discuss Problems of Marriage
The social and economic aspects of marriage were discussed
Tuesday evening at the weekly ‘Youth and Marriage" series
by Deane- Seeger, Kugene e'ity manager, and Dr. Victor I*.
Morris, dean of the school of business administration.
Mr. Seeger, speaking upon "The Contributions and Inter
ests of the Community Regarding the Successful Marriage."
stated that "The community is going to be just what the fam
ilies make it; therefore the cominunitv can give no more to
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ing to contribute to the com
Community Projects
The communities' interests in
the family can be exemplified by i
the recent zoning restrictions
j which have protected residential
j properties, increased school funds,
I and the construction of recrea
j tional facilities for young and old
' alike, he continued.
Eut the speed by which these
advancements take place is largely
in the hands of the family unit,
he asserted. And through tjie use
of their voting privileges the fam
ily can bring to bear that legis
lation which will make their com
munity a better place in which to
live. In conclusion, Dean Seeger
reminded, “The family makes the
tone of community life—not the
local government."
Economic Phases Told
Dr. Morris, in the second part
of the "double feature”, spoke
upon “The Economic Considera
tions of Marriage.”
“The economic basis of the suc
cessful family is co-operation”, he
asserted.* “This calls for frank
ness and, above all, joint decisions
on vital matters.” Dr. Morris be
lieves that the communistic prin
cipal of “from each according to
his ability—to each according to
his need" is applicable to any suc
cessful marriage.
Dr. Morris stated that the fol
io] lowing economic problems
should be decided by the couple:
(1) savings policy, (2) insurance
reserves, and (3) borrowing and
installment buying. If the family
has the right scale of values, he
believes, and stresses cooperation,
the marriage has the earmarks of
Next Tuesday at 7:15 p.m. in
room 3 Fenton hall Rev. Wesley
G. Nicholson, pastor of the Eugene
Congregational church, will speak
upon “The Protestant View of
Marriage." These lectures are pre
sented under the joint sponsorship
of the E. C. Brown trust and the
general extension division, state
system of higher education.
FOR SALE- Standard Underwood
typewriter. Good condition. Janice
Peterson. Phone 3200.
LOST — Gold-topped Eversharp
pen. Bev Bennet. Return to Jour
nalism office.
LOST—Silver identification brace
let Stephens Crest, tennis courts
Tuesday. Fritzi Beltz, 1893 Alder.
1 1 -
1414 Kincaid Street
(Chocalate and Rolls Served)
Was the Reformation Necessary—
Central Presbyterian Fairmont Presbyterian
1010 Pearl Street E. 15th nad Millard St.
6:30 — 7:30 P.M. EVENING FORUM
(Preceded by half hour of social ‘tea')
Subject: “Every Citizen a Statesman”
Leader: J. D. Bryant, Esq.
The University Theater Presents
A Cost of 100 and features
The Eugene High School A Cappella Choir
Marc Connelly's Negro Version of the Old Testament
Center balcony and center main floor ....$2.40
Side balcony and side main floor. 1.80
General admission .. 1.20
Buy Tickets at University Theater Boxoffice,
Johnson Hall