Emcoe (Billings, Mont.) 1949-1959, October 26, 1949, Image 1

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EASTERN MONTANA COLLEGE OF EDUCATION VOLUME 1 BILLINGS, MONTANA, OCTOBER 26, 1949 NUMBER 5 Election Results Homecoming Dates Announced Emcoe's New Cheering Squad—Left to right: Vivian Larson, Her- mina Laber, Dona' Dunn, Jane Twitchell and Donna Bly. EASTERN'S CHORUS EASTERN'S Student Chorus elected as president Harry Christ- ensen ensen and Donna Sitzman as librarian to aid Mr. Kent. The chorus discussed the prob- lem of having some night re- hearsals as some students find it difficult to stay for the four o'clock hour. Mr. Kent suggested the chorus think it over until next class when they will decide defi- nitely what should be done. VOTES COUNTED It seems that every student voted for something at Eastern but that none of them voted for everything he should have. From an over-all count it looks as though one-third of the students voted. That is not too good. Let's do better next time. The results are as follows and perhaps the most important should come first. You have pick- ed the following girls for queen— and Lordy Lord, I do agree! Kathleen Baker of Billings, Jean- ette Culberton of Billings, Jackie Harrison of Billings, Vivian Lar- son of Minneapolis, Caryl Schrunk of Billings. Which one of them will win the final election? One person who thinks he knows which one is best is just plain crazy because deep down in his soul he knows he wants all five of them. If any of you girls lose the campaign, you can cry on my shoulder. The finals of the junior class election show Paul Stark of From- berg, president; Dick Bjorgum of Billings, vice president; Bobbie Bemer of Culberton, secretary, and Dick Taylor of Fraser, treas- urer. The last vote counted in the Freshman class election shows that Don Vladic of Billings is presi- dent, Bud Gilbert of Billings, vice president; Vivian Larson of Min- neapolis, secretary, and Lester Hines of Billings, treasurer. And now for the officers of the Student Council. These officers, of course, are the ones who make every student of Eastern discuss, gripe, yell and instigate revolutions. It looks as though we shall not have that trouble this year for those offices have again been filled as well as they were last year. We have as president, Bob Sando of Mildred; vice presi- dent, Gene Huntley of Huntley; secretary, Beverly Dirkes of Bil- lings; treasurer, Bonnie Cattnach of Billings. NEW CLUB ORGANIZED The new school of business ad- ministration has organized a Busi- ness Club and elected the follow- ing officers: Leo Norman, presi- dent; Mary Anne Neidemire, vice- president, and Marlene Freeman, secretary-treasurer. CONGRATULATIONS IN ORDER Just where are those cigars our two proud fathers should be pass- ing out—namely, Mr. Lucas and Mr. Bruce Rafn. Seriously, though, we do wish to offer our congratulations to Mr. and Mrs. Earl Lucas upon the birth of their daughter, Baby Ruth, and to Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Rafn upon the birth of their daughter, Constance Mary. NOVEMBER 3-4-5 CHOSEN The BIG event of Fall Quarter is scheduled for November 3-4-5. HOMECOMING! The committees chosen by Chairman Jean Aikins have planne da three-day cele- bration beginning with Assembly on Wednesday at 10 o'clock. A tremendous rally has been ar- ranged for Thursday night at 7:30. Friday night will see EASTERN'S Yellowjackets pitted against the Black Hills Teachers College of Dickinson, N. D. On Saturday at noon EASTERN alumni will meet for lunch and a business meeting followed by election of officers for the coming year. Saturday night from 9 to 12 Stan Richards wil furnish the music for an all-school dance presided over by the Homecoing presided over by the Homecoming Queen. Art Club The newly organized Art Club at EASTERN is going places! Their purpose: 1. To help other school organ- izations. 2. To bring movies and ex- hibits to EASTERN. 3. To provide an art program for the whole student body. At their first meeting, two offi- cers were elected: Chairman, An- ita Smith; corresponding secre- tary, Donna Dunn. Arrangements are now being made for movies and exhibits. In the future the Art Club hopes to affiliate with some national art organization or Delta Phi Delta fraternity. By no means is this club exclusively for art majors, anyone in school may join. If you are interested, watch the bulletin board for notice of Art Club meet- ings. The cemeteries are full of people who thought the world couldn't get along without them. Eastern vs. Butte School of Mines FRIDAY NIGHT - 8:00 p. m. EASTERN'S FIRST HOME GAME Let's Back the 'Jackets! RALLY . . . Friday Night, 7:00. See EASTERN'S 36 Flaming \E\ Transportation to Game Support Your Team . . . Everybody Come! SCHOLARSHIP AWARD Miss Thelma Wertz of Custer has been awarded the Custer Elks Club Scholarship of $100.00. Miss Wertz is a Freshman majoring in education.

Emcoe (Billings, Mont.), 26 Oct. 1949, located at <http://montananewspapers.org/lccn/Emcoe/1949-10-26/ed-1/seq-1/>, image provided by MONTANA NEWSPAPERS, Montana Historical Society, Helena, Montana.