Emcoe (Billings, Mont.) 1949-1959, December 05, 1958, Image 1

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IMIC Eastern Montana College of Education — Billings Vol. 12, No. 10 December 5, 1958 Pi Kappa Delta Forensics Fraternity To Initiate Five Sign Bearers Monday The plaque bearers seen around campus this past week are the new initiates to Pi Kappa Delta, nation- al honorary speech fraternity, Rich- ard C. Grover, Eastern's director of Forensics revealed today. The initiates, Verna Abbott, Joe Backman, Lorraine Gilman, Betty Hooker, and Barbara Matelich are scheduled for formal induction Mon- day evening, Dec. 8, Grover stated. \This is a definite increase from last year,\ Grover said. \We hope to have as many new irfitiates each quarter. Naturally, we want as many students as is possible under our current budget.\ Students become eligible by participation in speech tournament Grover concluded. The Forensics group is one of Eastern's outstanding student or- ganizations and continues to grow as more and more students become interested in the various phases of speech techniques and training avaliable under this department. The group recently did a meritorius job at the Boulder Invitational Speech Festival. CAROL ANN BROWN, sopho- more from Billings and the current secretary-treasurer of Eastern's chapter of Pi Kappa Delta, is shown here posing with a replica of the plaque worn by the new initiates. Other officers of PKD recently elected are Don Herndon, president; Blaine Cummins, vice- president and Richard Westwell, reporter. Mr. Grover is chapter adviser. Choir Sings Messiah Sunday Pessler-Hopwood Guest Soloists A musical Christmas gift in the form of Handel's \The Messiah\ will be presented by Eastern's A Cappella Choir Sunday evening in the auditorium to students and townspeople. The program will get underway at 8 ,p. m. under the di- rection of Dr. Arthur F. Humphreys. Guest soloists for the popular or- atorio are Mrs. Esther Pessler, so- prano and Mrs. Phyllis Hopwood, contralto. Mrs. Pessler has recent- ly appeared as a soloist with the Billings Symphony Orchestra. Mrs. Hopwood has appeared in former productions of \ T h e Messiah,\ Humphreys revealed. Elissa Phelps, sophomore f r o m Millings and Verna Abbott, a jun- ior from Lewistown, will appear as student soloists. Mrs. Mary Alice Johnson will appear as guest organ- ist with student accompanist Mrs. Imogen Mastin Hall. Dr. G. F. Boyer, chairman of Eastern's music department, and Dr. Humphreys will perform singing roles, he stated. Dr. Humphreys who earlier this year was awarded an Ed.D. at Pea- body College, is the choral music instructor at Eastern. The A Cap- pella Choir, under his direction, has been in preparation for this per- formance for some time. More than 40 students and guest artists will appear in this production and stu- dents, faculty and townspeople are urged to hear and see \The Messiah\ performed by Eastern's A Cappella Choir. Winter Quarter Sign-Up Begins Monday, Alm Says Pre-registration for the winter quarter will begin Monday and con- tinue through Friday, Dec. 16, Oscar Alm, registrar, announced today. The complete registration process including payment of fees may be completed during this time. Alm urged students to secure worksheets, make appointments with advisers and work out programs as soon as possible. He indicated that processing through the Registrar's office will be on a first-come first- served basis. He stated that the late registration fee will be in effect be- -Continued on Page 2

Emcoe (Billings, Mont.), 05 Dec. 1958, located at <http://montananewspapers.org/lccn/Emcoe/1958-12-05/ed-1/seq-1/>, image provided by MONTANA NEWSPAPERS, Montana Historical Society, Helena, Montana.