Emcoe (Billings, Mont.) 1949-1959, January 16, 1959, Image 4

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Page 4 EMCOE BARBI HUBER, second from right, junior Art Education major from Billings, is EMCOE's fledging editor at the copy desk this quarter, assisted by Marge Kravisin, third from left. Huber, former art editor for the '56 \Kyote\, has help in the way of, left to right, Bob Ehli, Norma Jensen, Pat Peterson, Pat Isaacson, Jean Zimbelman and Karen Moore. Not pic- tured are Gaylord Guenin, sports ed., Al Bielfeld, club ed., and Ray You- dan, staff photog. January 16, 1959 Club Notes & News Eastern Highlights To Run Half Hour \Eastern Hightlights,\ the weekly topical review taped, recorded and presented by students in radio and TV at Eastern, has proved so suc- cessful that radio time has been ex- tended to a full half-hour, accord- ing to A. Kent Marler, director of radio and TV. The weekly radio show will run from 8:30-9:00 p.m. each Wednes- day evening, Marler told EMCOE. He said that hopes run high for the opening of Eastern's new training facilities and recording studio later in the quarter. The studio will be housed in Ad. 208 and is in the pro- cess of completidn. Though the rest of the room will be adaptive to TV when equipment becomes available, Kravisin's Quotes The Daily Universe, Brigham Young University, \Who said he won't change a grade. I got him to raise this paper from a \zero\ to an The Angler, Rosebud, Mont. \It's absurd for this man to charge - us ten dollars for towing us three miles.\ \That's all right. He's earn- ing it—I have my brakes on.\ At Dawson Jr. College, \There are three kinds of girls: The beautiful, the intelligent, and the majority.\ The Shovel, Colestrip, Mont. \Do not take life to seriously, You will never get out of it alive.\ and \It was a truly human tombstone which bore the inscription; 'I expected this, but not yet'.\ it will be used mainly for TV theory now, Marler concluded. —by Al Bielfeld Newman Club Meets Catholic students from E.M.C.O.E., Rocky Mountain, S t . Vincent's School of Nursing, and Billings Bus- iness College are invited to the New- man Club meeting this Monday, Jan. 19, at 7:30, in the large conference room of the Student Union, Frank Hayes, president, announced last Monday. Father Hruska is the club's chaplain and Mr. William T. Barry is the Club's adviser. U.C.C.F. Sets Meeting United Christian Campus Fellow- ship provides students with the op- portunity to integrate newly-learn- ed concepts and knowledge with re- ligious and moral convictions through talks and discussions. This Sunday's weekly meeting in the Stu- dent Union at 6:30 p. m. will be the group's business meeting. Old, new, and prospective members are urged to attend, Mr. W. D. Williams an- nounced last Thursday. \Lost Horizon\ Jan. 21 The film version of James Hil- ton's best-selling novel, Lost Hor- izon, will be shown Jan. 21 Wednes- day, at 7:15 p. m. in the Student Union Lounge. This novel and the subsequent film version first intro- duced the term \Shangri-la\ into the American idiom. Plays Planned The Katoyans' major winter pro- duction, The Two Mrs. Carrolls, a three-act melodrama by Martin Vale, has been scheduled for the nights of Mar. 12, 13, and 14. Mr. Sturdy, faculty director, held tryouts Mon., Jan. 12, in the Green Room, backstage of the Gym. Neal Lininger, Larry Anderson, and Dick Westwell of the Katoya players are still casting for their respective one-act plays by A. A. Milne, Anton Chekhov, and Tennes- see Williams. Production is slated for sometime in February. \fileerit a COLLEGE & CAREER SHOP 112 North Broadway CENTER LANES CArrOPM LEATTEICLY \Your Downtown Bowling Headquarters\ 109 North 30th St. J. H. \Hub\ Davies, Owner SALE CLOSING OUT ALL WINTER GOODS Men's Clothing and Shoes THE HUB JOE'S \Near the Turf\ \Next Door to the Stockman\ \Open Till 9 p. m.\

Emcoe (Billings, Mont.), 16 Jan. 1959, located at <http://montananewspapers.org/lccn/Emcoe/1959-01-16/ed-1/seq-4/>, image provided by MONTANA NEWSPAPERS, Montana Historical Society, Helena, Montana.