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About Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 8, 1948)
Copy editors: Fran Bull, Larilyn
Thompson, Coleen Bryan, Wilene
Bull, Norma Rae Smith, Shirley
Marie Ilds'tad, Joe Labadie.
Night staff: Jean Miller, Mar
garet Edwards, Nancy Weir,
Yvonne Lefebune, George Dorris,
Lorna Lansen, Kay Kuckenberg,
Asst. Adv. Manager
Day Manager: Elaine Loftus.
Layout manager: Ann Gillenwa
Sales manager: Bill Plummer.
Business Staff: Virginia Korn,
Nancy Tuttle, Carolyn Krengel,
Lois Schmidt, Jean Louell, Stan
Clark, Sue Bachelder, Bobbie How
ard, Carol Monteith, Frances
Burns, Jane Guynes, Jo-Anne Gil
more, Jocelyn Davis, Anna Gee,
Joanne Harris, Virginia Kelloggg,
Carolyn Hill, Jacqueline Chalm
ers, Jean Bell, Marilyn Winetraut,
John Holden, Jean St. Onge, Mar
gery Woodworth, Georgie Ober
teuffer, Rae Evans, Lois Williams,
U O Lutherans Hold
Open House Party
UO Lutheran students will hold
open house tonight in their new
activities house at 1376 Alder
The house, which is under option
to the Lutherans for fall term, will
be used for regular Sunday evening
meetings, Bible studies and discus
Full-time counselor will be Cle
one Olson, who will also live at
Luther house. It is to be run on
much the same basis as Wesley
house and Westminster.
Tonight’s activities will begin at
7:30 with a discussion of the First
Commandments. Following will be
a tour of the house and refresh
ments. Guests will include Luther
an pastors from town.
Mothers of University freshmen
in the Portland area are invited to
the annual Freshman Mothers’ Tea
in Portland Wednesday, October
20, at the home of Mrs. Manley
Treece, 2871 N.E. Alameda, from
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
Broadway at High
DR. CARL HENRY of Pasadena
Invites You To, Hear
"The Inverting Power
Of The Gospel''
At 11 A. M.
Broadcast over KASH
6:20 P. M. Rev. John Schroeder of McMinnville
Will Address University Students
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Halls Pose Today
Stitzer and Sigma halls are the
living organizations scheduled to
have pictures taken for the 1949
Oregana today. They will be taken
at Kennell-Ellis studio according
to appointments made in the halls.
The schedule includes:
October 9—Stan Ray hall, Sigma
October 11—Pi Kappa Phi, Se
October 12—Pi Kappa Alpha;
October 13—Merrick hall, Ome
An appeal for Homecoming hous
ing was issued by housing chair
man Anne Case yesterday.
All Eugeneans who have room
for homecoming alums over the
weekend of October 22-24 are ask
ed to contact Miss Case at the Pi
Beta Phi house.
Students wishing housing for
their parents or friends for the
celebration are asked to (1) try
to find housing elsewhere, i. e., ho
tels and auto courts; or (2) contact
the housing committee, which will
make every effort to place the
visitors in a Eugene home.
An article by Dr. E. M. Baldwin,
assistant professor of geology, was
published in the May issue of The
Bulletin of the American Associa
tion of Petroleum. The article is
entitled, “Siletz River Volcanic Se
ries, Northwestern Oregon.”
LADIES skiis, poles, and boots.
Jodpurs and riding boots, black
1652-W, 1859 W. 15th.
BELL Disc recorder complete with
saphire needles and case, $100.
Call 6191-R. (19)
HALLICR AFTER S-38, speaker
and headphones, like new, local
and short wave, .55-35 me., $40.
Call 4171-J-2. Bill. (17)
TWO wheel trailer for sale. Vir
tually new, “Bantam” make,
steel trailer with canvas cover.
Capacity is % ton. Call Ray
Underwood, Campus 462. (17)
1931 CHEV. reasonably, or trade
for new typewriter. See at 641
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Dr. Smith Speaks
Tonight At Friendly
Dr. Warren D. Smith, recently
retired head of the UO geology de
partment, will speak at Friendly
house this evening.
Dr. Smith’s subject will be “Con
servatism of Natural Resources.”
He will draw his text from two
books—“Road to Survival’’ and
“Our Plundered Planet.” All stu
dents are invited to attend.
Young-marrieds of the Univer
sity will meet at a potluck dinner
tomorrow night at Friendly. They
are urged to bring their children.
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an inch of time.
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