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Vol. 12, No 6 October 31, 1958 Eastern Montana College of Education — Billings EE IMI C HALLOWEEN MIXER DANCE SET TONIGHT Witches fly, cider flows, live music fills the banquet hall at the Hallo- ween Hop, tonight in the lounge of the Student Union, sponsored by the men and women's dormitories. The revelry opens to all Eastern students, be they stag or drag. Costumes are optional, but masks are mandatory. Frank Hayes, chief Comptroller of the festivities, already envisions the doughnuts and flagons of hot spice cider quaffed to the strains of Frankie Lange's College Combo. Prizes are to be bestowed upon wearer of the best male costume, the wearer of the best fe- male costume, and upon the best outfitted couple. Awards will be made on the basis or originality, banality, and slackness of thought. The decision of the judges will be final. 'Mongest the merry-making Merlins w:_11 preside chief necromancers Mr. and Mrs. Harold Vestal, Jacques Maze, William Sturdy, and Richard Colwell to cope with any fledging attempt to invoke Mephistopheles, who was not invited. Campus talent will complement the evenings diversion in an amateur hour. District chapters of the Student Education Association and Future Teachers of America from through- out the state met on Eastern's campus Oct. 23 during the MEA convention. SEA chapters from Rocky, Eastern, and Western, and FTA chapters from Laurel, Roundup, Miles City, Bil- lings, and Glendive were represented. Victor Wheaton, Rocky, was elect- ed district president; Leanna Stohr, Eastern, vice-president; Darlene Bren, Eastern, treasurer; and Car- olyn Lammers, Rocky, secretary. A discussion of organizational improve- ment followed the election. A tour of the campus concluded the meeting with plans for a similar tour of the Rocky campus. Noted Speaker to Appear During Activity Hour Rescheduled for Nov. 7 Acclaimed by the press as \one of the most sought-after inspirational speakers in America,\ Ian Stuart, community relations director for Florists Telegraph Delivery, will pre- sent a timely message, \The Miracle of America,\ to Eastern students Fri- day, Nov. 7, at 11 a. m. The 11 a.m. Tuesday activity period will be canceled and a free hour at the same time Friday will take its place to accommodate Stuart's busy tour schedule. Classes that meet dur- ing this hour on Friday will be ex- cused and arrangements made for make-up sessions Tuesday during the canceled activity hour, L. W. Veraldi announced. An Irishman, full of Irish wit and spine-tingling philosophy, Ian Stuart is claimed the only man who has held executive school posts in three coun- tries: England, Ireland, and the United States. Stuart probably ad- dresses more students than any man alive and is often tagged \The Flying Schoolmaster.\ A graduate of the University of Dublin, he took top honors in his- tory, political science and economics. He taught at St. Paul's School, Lon- don, and Harrow School, where he introduced rugby football. He is one of the few British athletes who holds the equivalent of our All-American in two sports, track and rugby foot- ball. Students and future teachers convene in the Education Building to elect officers during a key meeting of Montana SEA-FTA chapters. SEA, FTA Meet, Elect Officers, Tour Eastern During Parent MEA's 3-Day Conclave on Campus HOMECOMING PICTORIAL REVIEW INSIDE