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Page Two EASTERN MONTANA COLLEGE OF EDUCATION September 28, 1949 It is a pleasure to again greet the students of EASTERN The faculty joins me in extending to you our best wishes for a pleasant and successful school year. You may rest assured that everything has been and will be done to make your work worthwhile and efficient. I am sure that EASTERN will experience a bigger and better school year. A. G. PETERSON, President Business Education School Opens at E. M. C. O. E. DR. A. G. PETERSON, President Eastern Montana College of Education EDUCATION Mrs. Dora J. Reese Plans are underway for estab- lishing a reading center and lab- oratory school at EASTERN for teaher training and for teachers already in the field. Mrs. Reese will be in charge of this center. She has had wide experience in this work and is co-author of the college textbook, \Teaching Chil- dren to Read.\ Mrs. Reese is a graduate of Nebraska State Teahers College, Kearney, Nebraska; received her M.A. from the University of Min- nesota and is now working to- ward a doctorate at Stanford Uni- versity . She was director of Teacher Eduation at Mount St. Mary's College, Los Angeles, be- fore coming to EASTERN. MISS ORNER ON LEAVE, MRS. HELFRICH NEW SECRETARY Mrs. Maralys Helfrich of Bil- lings is acting secretary to Presi- dent Peterson during the three- month's leave-of-absence of Mar- jorie Orner, who will attend Stan- ford University at Palo Alto, Cali- fornia, for the fall quarter. Mrs. Helfrich, a native Mon- tanan, is a graduate of the Bil- lings Business College and for the past three years has been employ- ed at the Montana National Bank. NO-DATE MIXER Friday, Sept. 30-9 to 12 KINDERGARTEN OPENS Mrs. Ann Scofield Mrs. Scofield is a former FAST- ENER. She has studied at New River State Teachers College in West Virginia and at Marshall College in Huntington. Mrs. Sco- field has spent nine years in- structing in the primary schools of Michigan and West Virginia. The kindergarten is part of the East- ern Laboratory School program. MRS. ANN SCOFIELD COFFEE HOUR Thursday, October 7 3 to 5 Student Union APPLICATION PICTURES All students who expect to ap- ply for teaching positions this year are required to provide the Place- ment Services with three photo- graphs. Arrangements have been made with a local photographer to take these pictures during the first two weeks of October at the College. Watch EMCOE for further in- formation. M. E. JOHNSON MISS RUBY WALL Johnson Heads New Department M. E. Johnson, business man- ager and associate professor of Business Administration, has been appointed as acting head of the new department of business. Mr. Johnson received his B.A. degree from St. Olaf College, Northfield, Minnesota, and his M.A. degree from the University of Minnesota. He has also done some work to- ward a Ph.D. at Minnesota. He joined the faculty at EASTERN in July 1947. MISS BERNICE BERGSTROM MISS BERNICE BERGSTROM Miss Bernice Bergstrom of Min- neapolis, Minnesota, received her B.S. degere from the University of Minnesota in 1948 and her M.A. in 1949. She has had several years experience in the public schools of Minnesota and Wisconsin. She will teach Introduction to Busi- ness, Business Math, and Ad- vanced Typing. MISS RUBY WALL Miss Ruby Wall of Brooten, Minnesota, came to EASTERN from the Business Education De- partment of the University of Minnesota, where she received her Master's degree in July of 1949. She will teach Beginning Typing, Secretarial Procedures, Advanced Stenography and Advanced Short- hand Transcriptions. CAMPUS DIRECTIONS Parking Lots— West of Adinistration Building, parallel to Science Building. East of Administration Building, across the street. NO PARKING in the Oval. Do not hamper traffice on west side of Adinistration Building. Room Directions— BOOK STORE in basement, southwest corner. CAFETERIA in basement at bottom of main stairway. STUDENT UNION in basement at bottom of the main stairway through Cafeteria. LIBRARY second floor, south center. STAGE 142 or GREEN ROMM across gymnasium back of main stage west. PRACTICE ROOMS across gym back of main stages east and west sides. • HOUSING and JOB EMPLOYMENT OFFICE, Room 101, main hall near front door.