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11 .111111w Ni notorill New professor of art LYNDON POMEROY IMI C Vol. 12, No. 14 Eastern Montana College of Education — Billings January 16, 1959 Student Pictures Now In Process Photographing students for the annual will move into high gear next week and continue at least three weeks, Raymond Youdan, photog- rapher for the college annual, an- nounced. Sign-up sheets will be at the Stu- dent Union office where students may choose a favorable time from the following schedule: Tues. and Thurs. mornings, 9-12, and Wed. and Fri. afternoons, 1:30-4:30. You- dan said he will try to accommodate whenever time and film are avail- able. Seniors will be photographed in cap and gown. Several caps and gowns will be available for their use in the small conference room where the pictures will be taken. Seniors are advised that only a por- tion of the collar will show under the graduation gown. Students in the dormitories were photographed before the Thanks- giving vacation. The girls chose to wear sweaters; the men coats and ties. The annual staff is doing its best to put out a good annual, but we cannot have a complete annual with- out your picture. We hope that you sign up to have your photograph taken soon. You Write It, We Stamp It \It will be two more years, if it does not go through now,\ declared Mary Kosel, Pen and Rule Club president. The club is backing the bill now in the Montana House of Representatives to make Eastern a liberal arts college. Everyone is urged to write his congressman. The Pen and Rule club has set up posters and mail- -Continued on Page 6, Col. 3 MARGARET FRANKS, Eastern senior, checks her credentials with A. E. Soulsby, director of place- ment. Frosh to Sponsor Mixer This Week at Eastern The MIXER planned for Friday, Jan. 16, will be sponsored by the —Continued on Page 6, Col. 2 You can do your job hunting right here on campus, A. E. Soulsby, di- rector teacher placement, announced today. Just get your credentials in order in his office and when the superintendents and principals come to Eastern this spring, you'll be first on the list for that job you've been training for all these years. Soulsby suggests if you graduate in March, June or August, 1959, get your teaching credentials in order now. Drop in at Ad. 105 and get your file going. Soulsby pointed out that students who have their cre- dentials on file should check to see that their class schedules are on file in his office. Native Montanan Art Prof Starts Lyndon Pomeroy, Montana State College graduate and a former mem- ber of the faculty at Northern Mon- tana College, has joined Eastern's Art department, Miss Isabelle John- son, chairman of the art department, announced today. Pomeroy replaces Dr. John F. Dietrich who has been called to Washington, D. C., to head up a Point Four program at Phnon-Penh, Cambodia. Pomeroy, the current state chairman of the Fine Arts di- vision of the Montana Institute of the Arts, studied ceramics with Pete Boulkos, international c e r a m i c s award winner and well known Mon- tanan. Miss Johnson indicated that Pomeroy has completed work in ceramics at Montana State College, where he expects to finish an ad- vanced degree this summer. Pomer- oy also studied painting under Louis —Continued on Page 6, Col. 1 Graduating This rear? Get File In Order Now, Soulsby Says