Oshkosh Advance (Newspaper) - April 19, 1939, Oshkosh, Wisconsin Ali CE STAFF MEETING 20, 4:40 ISSUE COURTESY OF THE FRESHMAN State Teachers April 19, 1939 15 McCoy Is Chosen As Queen Of Promenade By King William Honor Couples Also Reign At Annual College King William Evans announced today that Miss Gertrude Fond du will reign as Queen at the annual prom which is scheduled to be held at the Eagles Ballroom on May 19. to Mr. Evans has selected the following class representatives for court of Richard and Irene Edward and Constance Gilbert and Marjorie Fond du and Charlotte Wilbur Fond du and June Fond du Lawrence and Joyce committee in charge of decorations at the prom is composed of Charlotte Lawrence Jean and Nile The invitations committee is made up of Gertrude Connie and Marjorie In charge of the floor are Harvey Wilbur and Harold Evans was elected Prom King March 9 in one of the most enthusiastic elections o. S. T. C. known in many Richard was his opponent in the final Evans is a senior enrolled in the division of Secondary has been prominent in was a of the on page E. B. director of student Monday issued the following announcement and time of year infectuous disease may become Unless everyone is on the alert an epidemic of disease as scarlet fever or measles may gain a foothold in the school and result in loss of time on part of the One student was Rural Conference Meet On a special meeting of Alpha Chi Society last Wednesday Dr. John R. of the University of presented the schedule for the seventh annual Wisconsin Rural Conference to be held here next April 28 and 29. Rural clubs from all parts of the state will attend the resident having contacted scarlet fever List at the University of week after taking part in the and August Chances of will attend the are great because of during incubation far as precautions are being taken to prevent further cases of development by the student health but it is the duty of each individual to any of sore throat or fever is especially The state law requires conduct the business meeting at quarantine of at least three to m. besides the famous artist and the noted author who will preside at the meetings during the conference include Miss May L. director of the rural students now enrolled in the rural and graduates of OSTC engaged in rural Miss Stewart King William Evans today announced his selection of Miss Gertrude Fond du Lac senior enrolled in the division of secondary education and majoring in as Queen of the annual promenade to bp held Friday May 19, at the Eagles Miss McCoy is a member of Annual Sent To Lyceum To Hold First Of Six Three Places In Lyceum Won By saw the final pages of the 1939 Quiver sent off to press with distribution of the expected in the last week of April or in the first part of and different this year will be the light colored with a capital E for is the theme of the Unusual ideas will be featured in pages of candid shots and informal 160 page book will be distributed free to each holder of a student activity The free book was made possible by the Quiver staff's effort to produce a book without cost to the Marge and Ed. business head the Quiver Mrs. Ethel J. Behncke is faculty adviser for the 24"How to Develop Children's Lila M. 1"The Use of Student Forums Mr. Nevin S. 8"Language Activities in Social Mrs. Laura T. 16"Why Teach Physical Edward 22"Shall Report Cards Be Berenice 29"Modem Trends in Elementary William F. and Lyceum societies will start the parade of annual spring formals this week when they open their dance at the Eagles ballroom with George Corel's on tour from the eastern the chronologically in the order of formals is the Delta formal April 28, also the Eagles Earl Etta and is scheduled to play at the 29 will find the entire Kappa Gramma Society gathered at the Century Club where they are holding their Popular Earl Etta and his orchestra again GENTS TO and verve are the words the have for the Southern Gentlemen and their engaged for the Spring Formal on May 5. The Eagles ballroom has been selected for this Benson of Milwaukee of preparation beginning at the March 20th weekly meetings on the part of women's societies bore fruit last Friday evening when all of the prize places in the 1939 Lyceum held in the Little were captured by sororities in a Society annexed the Memorial winning the contest with a combination of and comedy entitled in The winner of the 1938 and defender of the trophy this the almost duplicated its victory iby taking second place with the skit Third place went to Gamma for its colorful act Peach of a Pair on the Sidewalks of New REVAMPED Delta Phi started the sororities opening the program with The Perfume a shop weeks for the and a ten day quarantine or observation period for all living in the same house with Measles appears to toe very prevalent at the present time in Eau Claire and other cities in the Few cases have been reported in Sniffles and watery WILL Eldorado rural will preside at the general session Friday evening at which the members of Alpha Chi will present their specially rehearsed one act play before the convention Oshkosh State any one noting these symp ton should report for of the other at the Gamma Sigma in which poetry took the place Formal May 12 May 13, Chi will hold the last of the society formals Closing six weeks of preparation and Lambda Chi will hold its formal in the English Room of the Athern Hotel with music furnished by Jim Seniors Placed For Fall members of the June class of 1939, last week were reported by Dr. J. H. director of student placed in teaching positions beginning next September 1939. Those placed Grade 2. i pn page 4) Kappa Gamma Society showed that old ideas are iby revamping a with and Phoenix was third in the eight act with its carefully rehearsed and prepared sketch in a number which attracted Peach of a acted in a gay nineties setting by two soloists and a chorus of was Gamma Sigma's The entry won third garbed in put on a burlesque of Sorority followed wilth its near victorious sketch in the a parade of Mother Goose charact was the skit entered by Iota Alpha Sigma's Wierd Fr. was a takeoff of the forerunners this j College students having ant roles in the convention are Marcella who will represent OSTC at the panel forum Ahead in Rita Celesta La Verne Green and Eugenia New will act as sectional leaders in the group discussions scheduled for Saturday morning at 10:40. Adeline Green will preside at the banquet complete conference schedule presented by Dr. also a special lecturer for the short farm course at the College of April 28 3:00-3:30 p. p. 6:15 p. 7:15 p. General Elwyn Dyer presiding with August roll call of and a one act play by the Oshkosh group on the April 29 8:30 a. 9:00 a. m. Panel Forum Ahead in Oshkosh representative will be Marcella a. Group Sectional leaders from Oshkosh will be Rita Sullivan and Celesta La Verne Duquaine and Eugenia Hayes will act as leader 12:20 p. 1:45 p. Stuart resident artist at p. Summary by former students now p. Business Session with Miss Stewart 4:00 p. on Page 3) Quiz Will Be Staged At battle of the sexes sponsored by the Men's Association is slated for April 27 during assembly The battle will be in the nature of a question and answer plans call for each society to select one of its as a Four additional men independents and two women independents will also be chosen to bring together in the final round an equal of men and president of the Men's announced that each entry will ibe asked four questions dealing with the State of its government and geographical The majority of the will be selected from a standard quiz student wishing to contribute questions and answers for use in the contest may do so by leaving them at the college Men's Association contest will be similar to such radio programs as College of Musical of the and are asked to notify Mr. W. H. adviser of the Men's or Eric Becker of their selection as Planned For Men 's of improvements to ibe made in the men's lounge room made last week by Eric president of the men's The improvements consist of a complete of the room as well as new The association expects to purchase several new folding chairs and with an act called Umbrella were Mrs. Rudyard T. Clarence B. and The faculty concluded the William April 21Phoenix-Lyceum 9-1 p. April 25Assembly, Chicago Little April 27Assembly. Men's Association Question April 28Delta 9-1 p. and April 28 and 29Country Life Clubs State On the college April 29Kappa Gamma 9-1 p.