Emcoe (Billings, Mont.) 1949-1959, February 20, 1959, Image 1

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Eastern Montana College of Education Vol. 12, No. 19 Billings, Montana February 20, 1959 le Eastern's 1959 Sweetheart Ball Queen Glenda Wagner smiles majestically during presentation ceremonies Saturday evening. Assisting were Queen can- didates Elva Thomas, Delores Ulstad, Barbara Matelich, Sue Bryngelson and Pamela Fellows. Wagner Named Queen Al Sweetheart Formal Eastern's annual Sweetheart Ball, with approximately 500 students and faculty members attending, was high- lighted by the announcement of Glen- da Wagner, Freshman, as Eastern's 1959 Sweetheart Queen. Friday the 13th was a lucky day for Miss Wagner when 152 Eastern men students cast their votes for her and other candidates Elva Thomas, Freshman candidate; Barbara Mate- lich and Delores Ulstad, Sophomore candidates; Sue Bryngelson, Junior candidate, and Pamela Fellows, Se- nior candidate. A huge red and white concave heart served as Queen Glenda's throne as she and her attendants reigned over the dance. Ron Pering was Master of Ceremonies and presented Miss Wag- ner with an engraved trophy, an en- graved heart-shaped locket emblem- atic of EMC 1959 Sweetheart Queen and a bouquet of roses. Honored guests presided at the receiving line Saturday night and were introduced by Dick Kauk, Pres- ident of the Sophomore class, and his date, Ros Johnson. They were Mrs. H. L. Steele and daughter, Mrs. Edwin Burgon; Dr. and Mrs. Charles B. Price, Dr. and Mrs. Earl Warne, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Bobbitt, and Carol Saunders, Dean of Women. Special Bulletin M. E. Johnson, business manager, revealed that he has received an al- lotment from the Government of enough money for seven loans cov- ering Spring quarter college ex- penses. Johnson said that application blanks are available at the Business Office and that they should be fill- ed out and returned as soon as pos- sible. For more information on the government student loan program see story on page three. Health Services Offers Influenza Immunization United States Surgeon General Le- roy E. Burney warns that it is prob- able that the outbreak of influenza sweeping Europe may strike the Uni- ted States. He stresses mass immuni- zation for groups where absenteeism would cause serious disruption. Eastern's Health Services will of- -Continued on Page 4 BAND SETS OUT ON GOODWILL TOUR Eastern's band sallied forth by chartered bus to Hardin, Sheridan, and Lodge Grass this morning and returns tonight, thus completing the first leg of its goodwill tour. After resting and refurbishing over the week-end the band will tour ten more Wyoming high schools, R. J. Colwell, Director of Bands, said. Solo groups, including the \flute trio,\ composed of Carroll Alstad, Freddie Wilson and Sharon Parker; \The Dixie Six Less One,\ composed of Jan LaValley, Gary Freebury, Ed- die Neel, Virginia Williams, Charles McCartney and Bud Ridenour, and the entire 38-member company will participate in the 27-selection pro- gram ranging from Dvorak's \New World Symphony, Largo,\ to Dixie Concerto by John Warrington. Traveling faculty guests will be Carol Saunders, Dean of Women, and William D. Williams, Director of Admissions. Williams will deliver an introductory commentary at each concert appearance. Band members making the trip in- clude Benton Barnhart, Arlie Schulz, Loretta Eckhardt, Evelyn Howard, Neal Linninger, Ron Pering, Carroll Alstad and Jim Wrightson, all of Bil- lings; Margot Allex, Warren Frank, Gary E. Freebury, Po Murry and K. Darlene Vesely, all of Laurel; Audrey Sue Hageness, Charles McCartney and Pat Nelson, all of Lewistown; Julie Lesnick and Amelia Madison of Absarokee; Jan LaValley and Ju- dith Udin of Fairfield; Martha Beh- rent of Clyde Park; Alta Mae Dengel of Grass Range; Linnette Grill of Jo- liet, and Donna Helzer of Bridger. Completing the roster are Mary B. LaRowe of Circle, Eddie D. Neel of Worden, Ruth Ohirich of Plevna, Sharon Parker of Bridger, Bud Rid- enour of Columbia Falls, Shirley Skarda of Denton, Virginia Williams —Contiued on Page 3

Emcoe (Billings, Mont.), 20 Feb. 1959, located at <http://montananewspapers.org/lccn/Emcoe/1959-02-20/ed-1/seq-1/>, image provided by MONTANA NEWSPAPERS, Montana Historical Society, Helena, Montana.