Emcoe (Billings, Mont.) 1949-1959, October 17, 1958, Image 4

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DRIVE INN 3 Big Boys to Serve You 1041 Broadwater Ave. First Avenue South Rimrock and and 37th Street Airport Road PLEASE DON'T LITTER THE STREETS OF BILLINGS EMCOE October 17, 1958 Page 4 Newly elected class officers from left to right: John Frazier, Fresh- men, Dick Kauk, Sophomore, Ron Fisher, Junior, Dave Williams, Senior. German Club to Meet; Three Films Scheduled The second meeting of the Ger- man club for Wednesday, Oct. 22 at 7 p.m. in the multi-purpose room (Education building) will feature English-language films on Germany and its culture, W. Blomster, langu- age professor announced yesterday. One of the films, \In Love with Berlin\ portrays the vigorous and vivacious life of this post-war metro- polis behind the iron curtain. Berlin's crowded boulevards, large shops, art galleries, parks, gardens, modern apartment buildings, and flourishing industries are shown. The film is in color. Another f i 1 m , \Mozart Visits Swabia\ will trace the route followed COLLEGE & CAREER SHOP 112 North Broadway FLOWERS Fresh Flowers for All Occasions Chris-Ann Florist Phone 2-7179 Math , Social Science , Forensics Set Meetings The Regional Math club (Eastern students and teachers in the near vicinity) will hold its first meeting of the year in the multi-purpose room Tuesday evening Oct. 21, at 7:30 p.m. according to Norman An- derson, publicity chairman. T h e club's adviser is Mr. 0. W. Peterson, of the science department. The Social Science club meets Monday, Oct. 20 at 7:30 p.m. in the Student Union Lounge, Dave Wil- liams, club prexy announced yester- day. He urged attendance of pres- ent and prospective members. The club's adviser is Dr. G. W. Rollins. The Forensic club offers opportun- ities for debate, discussion and other phases of public speaking every Monday evening at 8 p.m. in the SUB according to Professor Richard C. Grover, advise r. Initiation com- mences for Pi Kappa Delta, the for- ensic honorary Monday, Oct. 20 at 7 p. m. in the SUB, Grover added. Frank Hayes, newly elected presi- dent of the Newman club said the group will meet every Monday in the SUB. by the famous Austrian composer during a visit to Germany in his youth. A new edition of the news- reel, \Der Deutschland-spiegel\ (the German mirror) will be shown. Folksongs and refreshments will complete the evening. All-Time Screen Hits To Be Shown in SUB \All The Kings' Men\ and other all-time screen hits will be shown in the SUB on alternate Wednesdays, it was revealed Tuesday by Jim Wrightson following appropriation of funds by the Student Legislature. The decision to vote the expendi- ture was reached at the Oct. 14 busi- ness meeting of the student legisla- tive body and clears the way for bringing movies to Eastern's campus for student enjoyment. Other films, to be s h o w n evenings, tentatively scheduled include \The Grapes of Wrath,\ \Diabolique and \Lost Hor- izon.\ Marilynn Sheard, secretary of the group, stressed the fact that an in- itial appropriation of $60.00 had been made to finance the first quarter's showing of films and that subse- quent appropriations will be made only if student attendance at these films is such as to warrant further expenditures of student funds. The legislature also alloted funds for the floats in Eastern's Homecom- ing parade. Each participating or- ganization will receive $10.00 to de- fray costs, she stated. There are 14 floats scheduled for the parade next Saturday morning.

Emcoe (Billings, Mont.), 17 Oct. 1958, located at <http://montananewspapers.org/lccn/Emcoe/1958-10-17/ed-1/seq-4/>, image provided by MONTANA NEWSPAPERS, Montana Historical Society, Helena, Montana.