The Montanomal (Dillon, Mont.) 1926-1949, May 27, 1942, Image 4

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Page Four T H E M O N T A N O M A L Wednesday, May 27, 1942 Appointment Office Reports Graduates With Schools Several June graduates have ac­ cepted positions. Esther Kelly will teach grades one and two and music in grades one to four at Round Butte; Wilma Marsh McKenzie, grades one and two at Stanford; M arjorie McKee, inter­ mediate at Bynum; Elizabeth Knowl- ton, grade six at Livingston; Inez B. Cole has been elected to teach the prim ary grades in the two-room school at Rexford, Montana. K.Z.N. Installs 1942-43 President K.Z.N. held their last meeting of the year Wednesday evening, May 20, in the student lounge. A short business meeting was carried on by the retiring president, Betty Moore, after which Phyllis Jane Davis was installed as next year’s president. The evening was devoted to stunts and songs by the sophomore mem­ bers and a piano solo by Nadine Linton. Gifts were presented to the sponsors, Mrs. Lueb'ben and Miss Ttachel Smith, for their help in K.Z.N. during the last year. Betty Moore was presented with a gift on behalf of K.Z.N. for her loyal lead­ ership as president. The rem ainder of the evening was spent with singing “Auld Lang Syne” after which all members en­ joyed pie a la mode. MUSIC CLUB ENJOYS THEATRE PARTY To close the activities of the Music club this year, members enjoyed a theatre party the evening of May 23 at the Hartwig Theatre. The show that they were privileged to see was the “Life of Schubert.” Af­ ter the show the entire group was served pie a la mode. A business meeting followed the theatre and refreshments at which the following officers were elected: president, Grace Knox; vice-presi­ dent, Helen Hickey; secretary, Eliza­ beth Oneal; treasurer, M argaret Conwell. Wilshire Blouses $1.95 - $2.45 - $2.95 Long or Short Sleeves SUMMER SHOES $3.95 to $6.95 White — Combinations All Styles and Sizes Eliel’s First National Bank Dillon, Montana Affiliated with Northwest Bancorporation Member of Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation Play, Awards Constitute Assembly Program, May 13 “Between the Soup and the Sav­ oury” was presented to an apprecia­ tive audience, at an assembly held May 13, by the Play Production class. Those taking part were M ar­ jorie McKee, Bernice Anderson, and Gwen Sherwood. During the second part of the program, Dr. Davis presented letter awards to the following people. W.A.A. Winged “M’s” were aw ard­ ed to Carol Miles and Virginia Dai­ gle. Men’s athletics, full blocked “M’s” for basketball were awarded to: George Aitken, Wyman Dupuis, Bob Deegan, Ernest Good, Jess LaBuff, Don Wheat, and Edgar Schultz. A rt emblem, two brush for com­ pleting all the requirements includ­ ing earning 750 a rt points (75 hours) outside of class—those receiving this emblem were: Audrey Wood- side and Jay Gordon Myers. Jeanne Covalt earned a three­ brush emblem for completing 1500 art points (150 hours) outside of class and also meeting all other requirements. Music emblems were awarded to those meeting requirem ents for Men’s Glee club, Women’s Glee club, or Orchestra. Those receiving let­ ters for Women’s Glee club were: Jeanne Covalt,' Dorothy Overby, Betty Morger, Jeanette Spaberg, Marguerite Johnson, Irene Breault, Carolyn Jackson, Olena Mysee, M ar­ garet Miller, Esther Kelly, Inez Cole, and Betty Moore. Nelson Lutey re­ ceived a letter for Men’s Glee club. Gwen Sherwood, Marjorie Decker and Dorothy Overby received letters for Orchestra. Get Your Films at THE WESTWOOD Open Evenings and Sundays The Ideal Graduation Gift Lovely Boxed Stationery with original Rome etch­ ings of lovely Western scenes. Only $1.00 per box! TRIBUNE Book Store Safeway Stores, Inc. Complete Line of Fresh Fruit, Vegetables Meats Dillon - Mont. Music Organizations Have Evening of Music An evening of music wais present­ ed at the Normal auditorium last night at 8:15 by the various musical organizations of the College, assisted by Miss Ruth Phelps. The program opened with two numbers by the Women’s Chorus; “How Sweet and Silent Is the Place,” a composition by Palmer-MacDou- gall; “O Moon of Beauty” by Matthews-Sibelius; and a soprano solo by Marguerite Johnson. Miss Ruth Phelps next presented “A Proposal of Marriage,” a reading. The Women’s Trio appeared in a dramatics skit, written and directed by Miss Phelps, with the music in charge of Mr. Vernon Taylor. Mr. McFadden played some of his own compositions, “Sonata in F Minor” and “Puchinello.” Mrs. Edna Moe sang “Slumber Song,” ‘These Things I Seek,” and “Western Skies and traditional Candlelight Proces­ sion will be held on the campus. Thursday the final day begins with the Graduates Breakfast at the home of President and Mrs. Sheldon E. Davis. The forty-fifth annual Commence­ ment at the College at 10:00, with an address by Pres. Ernest O. Melby of the State University, ends another year at M.S.N.C. ALLEN-HUNT Irene Allen was married Sunday, May 10, at Anaconda to W alter Hunt. Mrs. Hunt is completing the year’s work at the Normal College. Imme­ diately after the close of the semes­ ter, she will join her husband in Missoula, where he is an employee of the A.C.M. She says that she will return to the Normal College in September when her husband goes into service, he having already made application to enter the Army Air Corps. at Sunset. The Women’s Chorus closed the program by singing “ N u r s e r y Rhymes” by Curran, “Echo Song” by Harris, and “America” by Block. M.S.N.C. BEGINS COMMENCE­ MENT ACTIVITIES, FRIDAY (Continued from page 1) Afternoon Tea for graduates and members of their families will be held on the campus. Following this the art rooms will be opened. Wednesday evening the College Sing Electric & Variety Store School Supplies Gifts HAZELBAKER Insurance Agency Dillon, Montana Insurance • Real Estate Abstracts PHONE 57 DILLON CREAMERY Beaverhead Gold Dairy Products PHONE 378-J J. W. Walters Garage PHONE 378-W Home of Plymouth and Dodge Texaco Gasoline Products 2V/2 and 24 y2f a Gallon Davis Motor Co. m e n c i l B Y H Conoco fin Products PHONE 41-R Slacks and Slack Suits New Spring Styles and Colors $1.98 to $2.98 at VAUGHN- RAGSDALE Bring Us Your Films! Any Roll of 8 Developed and 1 Print Each 2 5 * City Drug Store State Bank & Trust Company Dillon, Montana Member of Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation

The Montanomal (Dillon, Mont.), 27 May 1942, located at <http://montananewspapers.org/lccn/TheMontanomal/1942-05-27/ed-1/seq-4/>, image provided by MONTANA NEWSPAPERS, Montana Historical Society, Helena, Montana.