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Queen candidates for Eastern's 1958 Homecoming Queen, left to right, Martha Behrent, Ruby Anne Swartz, Noreen Madson, and Myrna Stal- naker. Student Body To Vote Queen As Homecoming Draws Near College or Career go JANTZEN V) le s 'Department Store October 10, 1958 EMCOE Page 3 Women's Dorm Council Headed by Eula Wirz The selection of the Women's resi- dence hall Dorm Council was an- nounced by Eula Wirz, Tuesday. The Council will be composed of Eula Wirz, president; Sharon Parker, vice president; Darlene Vessley, secretary, and Harriet Baron, treasurer. Other members of the Council in- clude Thelma Heimbuck, 3rd floor representative; Sharon Patek, 2nd floor representative, and Darlene Bren, 1st floor representative. Anna Jimeno, Sharon Evanskaas, and Mag- gie Franks are also floor representa- tives. The Council is the governing body of the Women's residence hall, and sit as a disciplinary board with Mrs. R. LaBart, resident counselor. ATOMIC AGE PHYSICS COURSE OVER TV WORTH 4 CREDITS Students, and teachers of science, enrolled in the nationally televised \Atomic Age Physics\ course will earn four credits this Fall quarter at Eastern College of Education, Robert J. McRae, coordinator at Eastern, announced today. Registration in the course, titled Science 471, may be by mail ad- dressed to McRae at Eastern. The fee is $39.00 and may be presented by check or money order, and will cover this first course. Registrations will be accepted un- til Oct. 27, McRae stated, and the first program will be beamed into the Billings area over KGHL-TV Monday, Oct. 13 at 2:30 p.m. The half-hour program will run five days a week. Professor McRae stressed that Sci- ence 471 will be a pre-requisite to Science 472, which is the second quarter course, and which will carry 5 credit hours. The freshmen class met Tuesday, Oct. 7 and chose their Homecoming queen candidate, pretty Martha Beh- rent, from six contestants, thus com- pleting the roster of queen candi- dates. One of the four students will be chosen queen to reign over East- ern's Homecoming for 1958. From the senior class comes Myrna Stalnaker, the junior class candidate is Noreen Madson, Ruby Anne Swartz represents the sophomore class, and Miss Behrent represents the freshmen class. During the week preceding Home-. coming the entire student body will vote for one of these candidates. Formerly the football team selected the queen, but this year the student body will vote the queen, Mrs. Wanda Cooper, secretary to the Dean of Women, revealed. Tentative plans have been made to announce the re- sults of the voting at a \mystery mixer\ which will be held Friday evening, Oct. 24, in the SUB. Where a Personal Interest Is Taken in Your Car COMPLETE WINTERIZING SERVICE WILBER'S Rimrock Service 1224 N. 27th Phone 9-3618 Battery Tune-up Service LINDAMOOD MUSIC CO. Nan Lindamood—John Peterson Baldwin Pianos and Organs Teachers' Supplies and Records 224 N. Broadway Phone 9-4185 CENTER LANES AU CO M TO P I I: A T T E I Y \Your Downtown Bowling Headquarters\ 109 North 30th St. J. H. \Hub\ Davies, Owner