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About Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012 | View Entire Issue (May 1, 1947)
Weekend Princesses to Model
Dresses at PNCC Benefit Dance
1 lie smartest thing in spring styles has been chosen '^r
the Junior Weekend court to model at the style show at the
“Cotton Frolic" Saturday night, according to Ray Foster of
the Eugene junior chamber of commerce, chairman of the
'I lie girls. Nina Sue Fernimen. Sallie Timmons, Jean Bar
ringer, Pat Davis, and Janis Peterson, met yesterday to pick
out their garments.
Included in the show will be a cotton evenin'!' formal, an
afternoon formal, cotton afternoon
dresses, and a bathing suit of the
Advising the modeling is Mrs.
Wilson of Sears, who has had pre
vious experience in putting on such
Benefit For Delegates
The dance, a benefit for PNCC
delegates, will be held in the Per
sian room and east dining room of
the Eugene hotel from 9 to 12 p.m.
Saturday, with the entertainment
commencing at 10:30. Bob Hays
and his six-piece orchestra will
furnish music for the event.
Bob Moran, well-known on the
campus as a master of ceremonies,
will conduct the intermission en
Joan Williams, Kwama presi
dent, announced that the sopho.
more women's honorary would
handle ticket sales through the
remainder of the week in the Co
op. Walt McKinney, freshman in
journalism, is handling campus
Geologists Plan Trip
A field trip to the coast for all
geology students has been sched
uled for May 3 and 4 by Dr. Warren
D. Smith and Dr. L. W. Staples of
the geology department.
This trip will be a study of all
features of the Coos Bay area and
the coast with special emphasis on
paleontology and the stratigraphy
Junior Weekend sunlight sere
nade committee meeting at 4 p.m.
at Westminster house.
Important Junior Weekend ter
I race dance committee meeting at
j 6:30 p.m. at the Alpha Chi Omega
! Westminster house potluck din
ner for all students at 6 p.m.
I University religious council meet
(ing for election of student dele
gates at large at 4 p.m. at the
Freshman commission meeting
at 6:15 p.m. at the YWCA.
ISA senate meeting at 6:30 p.m.
in room 105 Commerce hall.
There will be an Order of the O
meeting at the Phi Delta Theta
house today at noon. Nomination of
officers for the organization will
'Y' Reports to Be Given
Members of the board and new
officers are to be elected at the
last meeting of the YMCA advis
ory board at the faculty club today
at 12 noon according to Dean Karl
W. Onthank, president.
Since this is the last meeting of
the term, reports will be given on
the work accomplished in the past |
Bible Class Studies
Gospel of St. John
The Gospel according to St. John
will be considered Thursday from
8 to 9 a.m. in the men’s lounge of
Gerlinger hall and in the committee
room of the campus YMCA from
11 to 12 noon, at the usual weekly
Bible studies under the sponsorship
of the UO Fellowship.
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