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Austin Daily Texan (Newspaper) - February 25, 1940, Austin, Texas Sunday february 25, 1940 phone 2-2473 the daily texan phone 2-247? the first College daily in the South Page Fly three open houses held today by greeks on saturday i k. A., Phi my Tau Delta Phi Dine dance three open houses were held by the greeks saturday night. I Kappa Alpha fraternity entertained saturday night with an open House. Bobby Hammack s orchestra played for dancing. The House was decorated in the Washington Motif. Chaperone were mrs. J. T. Rountree and mrs. A. A Day. Guests were the following Glenn Appling Betty Munson Cor franc Albert Flower Mill Jane armae eat Kate Black mits it Bur bark Margaret Barrow Mary Julia Blucher Jane Copeland Ann Campbell Armenia Carter Jean Cockrell jetty Delong Connie Delevan Dorothy Dorman Jane Dula Helen Dearmin Jean Edge Connie Eversberg Virginia Ford Mary Priscilla Goodrich Peggy Grav Franca Hrris of Beth a Ley Maggie Dell Law Fence Mona Mcdonald Jean maa Aey Gloria Obar Jerry Owena Ann Painter Sarah Pennington Jerry Paul Maxine Robison Mary Pearl Rollen Joy Ray Dorothy Schneidar Margie Sinclair Anne Sebring Mary Lewis Scott Bettyjo Scarff Ann Talley Mary Varner Mary Waltman Jeannette week Margaret Wallin Dorothy Wright Dolor Lee Katherine Spence Jerry Saunders Helen German from Hou Atoni icky Nierman Max Axelrod Maurice Sondock Yale Kalman Roris Bell Manuel Blum Melvin Bettin i our Simon Herbert messenger Lane Shulman Sidney Krakower Melvin Sondock Charle Sheppa from Dallas i Joe Colman Arthur Steinberg from san Antonio i Milton Rhetter Bob Pincu Sam Sinkin Dona Glasberg from Wichita fail Louie Bockstein a the new initiates of the Phi my sorority were honoured by an open House from 7 to 9 of clock saturday february 17, by the Phi my members. The red White and Blue color scheme commemorated the birthday of George Washington. The guests were served punch from a table covered with White lace Over Blue. The following guests were present Leroy Richter audit my a Arthur Meek Ben Woodi Avery Colter Dunkelberg de Sweet r. C. Fults w. D. Smith Charles l. Cavnes Tommy Blackwell Jimmy gain Loyd Loper Wilfrid Rylander Hugh Musette Ruddy Hardow Iti Albert Walker to an Adkison James Liemen Bud Hammill de Lapacka Gordon Parry Kirb Vance Everett Smith Donald Knudson Rudolph Gleniel j. D. Matlock Gerald b set William Mcmillan Harry Fifer Jack Eidson Don Gayer Vincent Orejel Sydney Reagan Jimmy far on Bobby Cater Joe Carter Bill Robertson Allen Roberson do Roll he a Floyd Mcdon old Harold Mcdonald Bill Phillip Harold Jones Sydney gestation Clifford Girhard Ainsworth Kuehn Harry English it mme Winterhalter Rush record Tau Delta Phi fraternity entertained at a a hell week open House saturday night from 8 toll of clock. Nat Perrine and i orchestra played for dancing. The following guest were present Sara Maryn lither Man Ruth Glasberg Row Ali Sinkin Muriel Silber Margie Mehalov Florence Rice Frieda Liebman Balm cordon Dorothy Kaplan Betty Rose Rubio Adele Friedlander Flora Gordon Shirlle Tallal Elinor Krupp Adin Harrison Gold Wertheimer Sara Chicotsky Mildred Stekoll Claere Buchhalter Miriam Robin wit Dorothy Levy Cecil Rephun Frances Weinblatt Geraldine Rosenthal min Louie Jacobson Julian beat Landor echoes Deva Howard novy Harold novy Joe Oppenheim Bill Goldberg Sam Speer Phillip Hewitt Marvin Glazer Harold Lerner Frances Borns Etc Joe of Banion Edgar Pierce Ralph Higgins Gene Wilson Boh Danahy Edgar breaker Stanley Casey i pert Nunnally Hue Nunnally John Brownfield James Haley Taylor Huff Bob Merrill Sonny Francisjo Mccormick j Len Clardy Peter Curry Baria Cook Maurice Coburn i Tommy Glenn will Pirkey j Claud Matthews Mack Mcluhan Ben Nixon Jimmy Weaver Joe Davenport Wayne Wood Wiley lock Miller George Lake Geers Yel Duman it Hart Pool Leo Gravis John Stefon Grover Cantrell h. J. Sebastian Charlie Ferguson Pete Jordan Orville both Edwin Mays Bob Avirett Owen Carpenter a. C. Pump Charles Earle Chyrle Nieh Olaa Thomas Bunn Quentin Scarborough Oliver Jelk Furman Grimm Bobby of Enhua Tim Crowder John Scott Billy Pool Don Dunklin John Schaw Ray Krippendorf Malcolm Vaughn Boyd Ladd Sam Crai Butler Ben Owena Rill Morse to Horevay to Barnhart Jim week Clarence King Clit a Lake Fred Man Hamilton Eastman pre medical frat sets banquet Date Alpha Epsilon Delta honorary pre medical fraternity at its last meeting. December 21, discussed final plans for the sixth annual state wide pre medical banquet. The banquet will be held Friday night March 8, at 7 30 of clock in the main ballroom of Texas Union it has been announced by Louis , president of the fraternity. Pre medical students from colleges from All Over the state will attend. Reservations from out of town pre medical students Are now being made. Five Hundred guests Are expected to attend this years banquet. A program is being arranged the theme of which will be a what lies ahead for the pre medical student a on the Campus morning 9�?Newman club receives communion. 11�?�?Newman club St. Austin s auditorium. Afternoon 2�?dewitt-Lavaca county club Texas Union 311. 2�?latin-american club leave Fountain for picnic. 2�?inter-City-Council member Texas Union. 2 30�?pre club. Texas Union 319. 2 45�?University Creeh club leaves Fountain for picnic. 2 painting of Raymond Everett to be shown in gallery of Texas federation Headquarters. 4 music committee concert program of Folk dances main lounge of Texas Union. 4 30�?american association of University women open meeting Texas Union 301. Night 6 Wesley players in a Mother Earth and her children a Wesley foundation. 6�?presbyterian student league meeting and supper University presbyterian Church. A a the Rev. Edmund h. Gibson will address sunday club Gregg House. A inter City Council dinner dance old Madrid. A monday 12 30�?�?othe Man on the drag Quot program know. 2 30 Lynn Rohrbough director of co operative recreational service will lecture in . Auditorium. 5�?iota Sigma i will meet in chemistry building 321. 5 girl s boarding House Council Texas Union 309. 7 15�?the american association of mechanical engineers will sponsor a moving picture show a the inside Story a in engineering building 135. 7 30�?a.i.e.e. W ill meet in illumination room of the engineering building. 7 30�?athenaeum literary society open forum. Law building 105. 7 30�?a.s.c.e. Meeting in engineering building 116. 5�?professor Castro will speak to the classical club in geology auditorium. 9�?frontiers of Progress a natural a invitation to Industry or. E. P. Schoch speaker Over know. 10 30�?�?odaily texans Over know. Lucille Kamlade Heads Newman Hall Council Lucille Canrado wag elected president of Newman Hall House Council the la week for the Spring semester. The representatives from the classes represented in the dormitory Are Violet Alkemeyer senior leis deshotels Junior Patricia Kepple Sophomore Margaret Wiskochil freshman and Martha Ann Stavinoha representative at Large. League plans supper the presbyterian student league will have r supper and Fellowship meeting sunday evening at 6 of clock at the University presbyterian Church. The speaker for the Vesper program will be or. Fred Kern pastor of the English lutheran Church who will speak on a the Mission of christianity in our modern Tommy Mcspadden will be in charge of the program. Hill to have dance with leap year dates charge at. Cd Unta invited the girls will have to foot the Raymond Sponberg j Hills at the Hilel leap year dance March 2, from 9 to 12 of clock in the Marie Antoinette room of the Stephen f. Austin hotel. Men will not be admitted without a escorts Quot but girls May come tag. Nat Perrine and his orchestra ill play. Albert Aberson of Ennis who was a student in the College of engineering visited friends at the i University Friday and saturday. Campus classic in the caring s manner 16.95 you ii glory in this new Spring outfit just arrived ,. With coat to a worn now and into the Spring and dress to be worn now and through the summer. Ifs a Beautiful coat of sheer Wool and fully i ined. And you la adore the Quot Dice Quot dotted crepe dress with self Belt and rhythmic flare skirt. This is just one of the hundreds of new Spring dresses and suits now at ,. Street floor february Book now closed Hospital list St. David s Hospital or m. Catherine Maurice Nat Askar Thomas b. Johnson. Ilion Kluckman Betty Jan noun Anne Clark Ann Marie Siegel Lane Cunningham Margaret Golden Illard Moore Sarah Hazard ther Knudson Seton Hospital Nell my Raga Tat Niland to the new Quot smash hit in make up. By u or. In Strum Fred look Thomas Brooks Cloit Davis to Margaret Buster. It ase Turner Ferguson a Feyer Wagner Lerner Reck 3msg f. Adams i of Windecker lot Jackson scottish Rita dormitory a Anre Ruth Loo Dorothy Johnson nay Iii at dim hols Tain or. Mary Agnea Martin Thelma Raliey Alice Lee Meceia a Myrtle Partridge Peter t. Brennan hop ror Dichevsky Robert e. Raney Fead whales Dan Bussey Marguerite Raeber Home Edwin l. Reichert Alice Elaine Fly Etna Harrison Nell Morgan Katherine Norrid Jan Brown Velma Schul Virginia Vaughan we k. Clark club to hear Castaneda the Newman club will meet sunday morning at la of clock in St. Austins auditorium 403 West Twenty fifth Street. Or. Carlos Castaneda associate professor of i a Story will speak on a Catholic religion and Art in in tired e n Ner miss Denny gives you a daring new color in knockout red. A challenging a yes a conquering color. Best effect with Black or Navy. Knockout red lipstick Rouge face powder and foundation lotion comprise the ensemble. Lipstick i Iii Creme Rouge j compact Rouge powder foundation lotion i $1.00 $1.00, $2.00$1.00 $1.50, $3.00 $1.65 Scarbrough s Street floor use under tone for dry skin above beige pump with elasticized Doe skin. 12.75 shoes made of Frog skins a world premiere so far As we can discover for shoes made of Frog skins. However your chief Pride in owning them will be that they Are Beautiful wearable and exclusive. Exquisitely shaded the skins from a giant brazilian species remind you of a photograph of the Moon taken from Mcdonald Observatory. Craters seas and All. Their Neutral Shade harmonizes with Spring colors. The shoe #2. 75 Matching bags loft beige dress be with Cut out toe. 12.75 cure of War to be aired Here March 15 fashion note suits the thing for Spring the state conference on the cause and cure of War will he in Austin March 15 and 16 at the or skill hotel. Miss Eugenie Terry of Dallas state chairman will preside. Of the eleven women a organizations composing the conference seven Are in Austin. They Are the a.a.u.w., y..a., league of women voters . I ll., federation of women s a us business and professional women and Council of jewish women registration will be Friday morning at 9 30 of clock and the general meeting will follow at 10 30 of clock. A formal dinner will be at 6 30 o clock that night i mrs. Homer Price Rainey honorary state chairman will speak at the banquet. Election of officers will be saturday morning at to of clock. Saturday night at 8 of clock there will be a panel discussion of a propaganda in War times by Dewitt Reddick associate professor of journalism Harry e. Moore assistant professor of sociology and Charles e. Green managing editor of the Austin statesman. By Martha word Ethie in the second of a aerie of articles on Spring suit designed to fit Campus fashion end Campus budget and selected Frow local shop by Martha word texan fashion writer. The third will appear at an Early Date you Are tall streamlined and feminine. You cultivate that Banc Box look and will pare slices off your budget for a really Good pal of gloves. Your clothes Are neither extreme nor from from but clash smart and distinctly right. It being our own pet theory that spin Means suits and every girl should have one we have chosen for to a costume which we can picture a. Be no charming and distinctive in very thorough fashion by Trail in All kinds of settings at Church on into the lingerie department i sunday at dinner afterwards at j earn a slip which would Hel Horn. Euter calling on family 21 in Quot �00�?o fit found attractive in the Sui Iner gtd we discovered the Pride of the remember our first or Irequi Petticoat people a two color Sli Sites streamlining we weren to designed expressly for dark suit just arbitrarily demanding a Perth camisole top is White an feet figure but we believe any from its lace straps to its ribbon thing severely tailored looks its binding it looks like something Best on one who is fairly slender out of Scarletto a Hope Chest. A and this suit is tailored with the the Waistline however All the admirable Cut of a Man s top frilly Nansen ends and the ski coat adapted for feminine Wear. May be Navy or Black. It escapes unbecoming Masculin try by two Means the material which is a Rich Black triple twill this naturally led to our pick ing a White Blouse. Of Coursi a1 the tailored shirts and fair Cstanley Banks Sophomore will visit in san Antonio this weekend with his parents. He is editor of the Wesleyan official publication of the Wesley foundation and a member of the Cabinet of the Sophomore club. And the very new trim of Flat sweaters have Given Way to Coli Black Satin facing the lapels. The Ter after counter of sheer Little jacket is hip length the skirt drifts of Batiste and Mou Seelim gored. So by now you have probably with this perfect background picked your own. Our Privat for Spring accessories we went Choice has always been for the crazy mad trying to choose just collarless ones like Hab Dresse one set for you. Our final Choice with Yards of tucking in front an is subject to revision of course j tiny Pearl butting according to your personal taste we calmed Down to virtual far our allowance or your own pet Ity to find simple Spectator pump color schemes. In Black Patent and gabardine we began at the Bottom in a be fashion Page 8 i Beta Phi entertains the pledges of the i Beta pm sorority entertained the Kappa Alpha members and pledges with a dinner party in the Home economics Tea room wednesday night. After the dinner the group danced at the Avalon. A serenade by the Kappa alphas closed the evening. The hostesses for the affair were Dela wright., social chairman Jean Mccandless Margaret Humlong and Mary Anne Click. Waldo Niebuhr of Brenham who received his Bachelor of journalism degree in 1939, is now employed by the san Angelo Standard times in san Angelo. Be glad you re an american and Wear we Scarbrough a brings you a new fashion picture for Spring red White and Blue. Inspired by our american Independence fired with a new patriotism. True Navy Blue freshened with sparkling White ignited with clean bold red. All done in the Scarbrough tradition of Good taste and quiet simplicity. And All ready for you now. Dress maker suit right Navy b us twill with White pm que cd tar. Red accent with your accessories. Sizes 12 to Scarbrough a women s shoes Street Kloor 20.7.7 Scarbrough fashion shop second floor midship miss above. New Long Torso dress in Navy Blue. Red and White accessories. Sizes to to 16. 10.75 Navy Reefer right in soft woo1. Wear it Over a red and White print. Sizes 12 to 16, 10.7.7 20.50 Scarbrough s fashion shops second floor

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