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Vol. 13—No. 9 Billings, Montana December 4, 1959 A Cappella Choir members, who will sing in the Chistmas concert at the Student Union Sunday afternoon, are, front row, frem left: Patricia Shorey, Donna Fink, Kathy Peterson, Delores Fuchs, Marilyn Nelson, Georgia Patek, Carol Larimer, Bonnie Laird, Clara Jane Wille, Mary Ann Gard- ner, Lois Thorson, Pauline Jones, Ruth Ohlrich; second row: Gail Klein, Vivian Gerdes, Donne Hel- zer, Evelyn Howard, Virginia Patterson, Carol Caudill, Edith Kalbert, Joan House, Bronetta Shultz, Robbin Vincent, Gail Joy, Judy Miller; third row: Dennis Schmidt, Gerry McKibbon, Marvin Vin- cent, Dinny Foley, Jay May, Robert Aagard, Po Murry, Archie McMillan, Gary Pfaff, Warren Grimsrud, Bud Ridenour, Glenn West, Warren Frank, Jay Marston and Ronald Pering. Annual Career Conference Tomorrow Concert to Feature Choir, Brass Groups Tomorrow Eastern will host the tenth annual Zonta Club-spon- sored girls career conference in Eastern's Science Auditorium ac- cording to Miss Marguerite Ros- coe, conference chairman. Girls from 29 area high schools will be informed on the features of six career fields and/or college for young women by local experts versed in the advantages and dis- advantages of their particular field of the conference. Registration begins at 8:30 a.m. for the conference scheduled from 9 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. stated Miss Roscoe. Billings Senior High Z Club members, handling ad-. vance registration there, will as- sist with luncheon in the EMCE Student Union Building. Purpose of the conference is to augment high school vocational guidance programs. Girls are able to survey vocations in light of their interests and abilities instead of from the glamour angle. The fields and speakers in each include: Teaching, Mrs. Amalie Shan- non, EMCE English instructor, re- tailing and merchandising, Mrs. Ruth Loomis, Hart-Albin Corn- pany; home economics, Mrs. Bryan Anderson, Columbus; business, Howard Porter, Billings Business College; college requirements, William D. Williams, EMCE ad- Library to Open Two Sundays New weekend library hours for the remainder of the fall quarter have been announced by Chester Roberts, librarian, after investiga- tion and a request by the Student Legislature that the library be open on Sunday. Stressing that the new hours are being used on a trial basis only, Roberts listed the following schedule: Saturday, Dec. 5:, 10-12 a. m. Sunday, Dec. 6: 1-4 p. m. Saturday, Dec. 12: 10-12 a. m. Sunday, Dec. 13: 1-4 p. m. Future library hours and the possibility of the library remain- ing open Sunday afternoons will be determined by the number of students who take advantage of the hours this month, said Rob- erts. missions director; medical and nursing services, Mrs. Ruth Cas- sidy, St. Vincents Hospital, and airline stewardess, by a Western Airlines stewardess. Mrs. Billie LeSuer, women's di- rector of KOOK television, is chairman of the morning session and Mrs. Howard Porter is after- noon leader. Schools invited include: Billings West, Billings Senior, Billings Central, Absarokee, Belfry, Brid- ger, Broadview, Columbus, Custer, Edgar, Fromberg, Grass Range, Hardin, Harlowton, Huntley Pro- ject, Hysham, Joliet, Laurel, La- vina, Lodge Grass, Melstone, Mus- selshell, Reed Point, Ryegate, Shepherd, Tongue River, Park City, Rapelje, and Red Lodge. This Week at Eastern THIS WEEK AT EASTERN—Standing _ December 5-12, 1959 ART EXHIBIT—Billings Arts Association Saturday, December 5 Zonta Career Conference Basketball—Eastern at Dickinson. North Dakota Sunday, December 4:00 p.m.—Christmas Concert—A Cap- pella Choir and Brass En- semble—Student Union Building Monday, December 7 6:15 p.m.—Associated Women Students —Student Union Lounge 7:30 p.m.—Student Union Board — Student Union—Large Con- ference Room 9:30 p.m.—Women's Residence Hall Council—Women's Resi- dence Hall Lounge Tuesday, December 8 11:00 a.m.—Pep Club—Student Union— Large Conference Room 4:00 p.m.—Spurs — Student Union — Large Conference Room 7:00 p.m.—Spurs Study Table — Stu- dent Union—Large Confer- ence Room 7:30 p.m.—Women's Recreation As- sociation—Gym Wednesday, December 9 7:30 p.m.—Movie—\Cry the Beloved Country\ — Student Union Lounge Thursday, December 10 2:30 p.m.—Tree Trimming and Was- sail Party -- Student Union Lounge 7:00 p.m.—Pi Kappa Delta Initiation —Student Union Lounge 7:30 p.m.—Newman Club — Student Union — Large Conference Room 9:00 p.m.—\E\ Club — Student Union Lounge Friday, December 11 Saturday, December 12 8:15 p.m.—Billings Symphony Concert —High School Auditorium 9:00 p.m.—Christmas Formal—Student Union Building, Music by Addison Bragg All men who have expressed a desire to be in the men's glee club are reminded that there will be a meeting on Dec. 9, at 7:30 in room 312 of the administration building. The meeting is to mainly get the glee club organized, said Harold Slagle, director. EMCE Student Directory To Be Available Soon Publication this month of East- ern's long-awaited student direc- tory, sponsored by Associated Women Students, was announced by Ruthann Barnicoat, who said the directory has gone to press this week. The directory, which will sell for 50 cents at the Student Union activities desk, will contain names, addresses and telephone numbers of all Eastern students. \Since a limited number of copies are being printed, we're urging students to buy copies as soon as possible,\ Miss Barnicoat said. Jam Session Thursday Members of Musicians Union Local 439 will sponsor a special noontime jam session in the south lounge of the. SUB on Thursday, Dec. 10, from noon to 1 p.m., with all students invited to listen. Participating in the free lunch- eon music program will be Nash Chavez, trumpet; Ernie Chavez, bass; Les Rush, tenor saxophone; Danny Morris, guitar, and Chuck Mulkeron, accordian. The jam session is sponsored by the Student Union Board. The fourth annual Christmas exhibition and art sale of the fine arts division of the Billings Arts Association in conjunction with the art department at Eastern opened Nov. 29 with 300 viewers inspecting the works which will run until Dec. 18. The exhibition was arranged by Walter Woodcock, president of the Fine Arts division of the Billings association. The exhibit includes ceramics, mosaics, oils, prints, sculptures, and water colors of 25 local artists including three East- ern students: Orlin .Helgoe, Mar- garet McFarland, a n d James Marsh. The exhibit, featured in the Student Union Building on campus, will be open daily from 9-9, Monday through Friday, until Dec. 18. Exhibiting artists include: Mar- ian Aikins, James Bunch, Donna The a cappella choir, brass choir and brass sextet will pre- sent Christmas carol concert Sun- day, Dec. 6, at 4 p.m. in the Student Union Lounge. Harold Slagle will direct the choir; Grant Newman will direct the brass choir and sextet, whose members will come from the col- lege band. Selections the choir will sing in- clude: \Break Forth 0 Beautious Heavenly Light,\ Bach; \Green- sleeves,\ Williams; \Lo How a Rose E'er Blooming,\ Praetorius; \Coventry Carol,\ Old English carol; \Lost in the Night,\ Finnish carol; \0 Sanctissima,\ Shaw; \The Angel and the Shepherd,\ Old E n g 1 is h; \Adoramus Te Christ,\ Palestriva; \Carol of the Drum,\ Czech carol; and \What Strangers Are These,\ Scottish carol. Vivian Gerdes, Billings sopho- more, will be a soprano soloist with the choir. The brass choir will play se- lections from Leroy Anderson's \Suite of Traditional Carols.\ The brass sextet's selections will be: \Sonata No. 3,\ Buona Mente; \Allegro\ from \Eine Wassail Party Next Thursday Plans for the annual Christmas Wassail party, sponsored by the Student Union Board, are well underway, according to June Hamilton, Billings junior, general chairman. The Wassail party will be Thursday, Dec. 10, from 3 to 5 p.m. in the Student Union lounge. Letters have been sent to all campus organizations and an open invitation has been extended to all EMCE students to participate in the party, Miss Hamilton said. T h e Student Union lounge Christmas tree will be decorated and a program will be presented at the party, she said, with music and speech students providing en- tertainment. The Playboys, a campus quartet, will sing. Wassail, fruit cake and Christ- mas cookies will be served; mem- bers of the Student Union Board and other students will act as hosts. Students are invited to enter an ornament in the \original or- nament contest,\ Miss Hamilton said. Entries should be left at the SUB activities desk and will be hung on the tree Thursday. Prizes will be given for the best ornament. Christmas decorations were put up in the Student Unicth lounge Wednesday night, with S U B board members in charge. Forbes, Bernadine Fox, C. Magrina Fraser, Edith Freeman, Gerda Frey, Jim Haughey, Helgoe, Isa- belle Johnson, Doris Jones, Jim Knight, Malcolm Lewis, John Lipscomb, Mrs. McFarland, Arnold H. Miller, Helen Northcutt, Ruth Nourse, Rene Petosa, Ben Pursley, Bertis Robbinson, Bill Sage, Vir- ginia Snook, Ben Steele, Jim Wal- ker, and Odette Wardell. Jan. 1-15 Eastern's Art Depart- ment plans to exhibit in the Stu- dent Union Building fall quarter student art work and on Jan. 15- Feb. 3 a new exhibit entitled, \Three Centuries of Print Making in America.\ This traveling ex- hibit coming to Eastern from New York City under the auspices of the International Business Ma- chine Company, will include etch- ings, lithographs, and prints and will be exhibited free of charge. Kleine Nacht Musik,\ by Mozart; and \Sonata No. 22 by Pezel. The 17 members of the brass choir are: cornets: Donna Heizer, Evelyn Howard, Patricia Nelson, Clair Lorton, Stephanie Orchard, Lois Thorson. French horns: Donna Fink, Warren Frank, Vivian Gerdes, Po Murry, Janice Simmons; trom- bones: Pauline Jones, Virginia Patterson, Virginia Williams, Clara Jane Wille; baritone: Aud- reysue Hageness; tuba: B u d Ridenour. Brass sextet members are Eve- lyn Howard, Patricia Nelson, War- en Frank, Po Murry, Virginia Williams, Audreysue Hageness and Bud Ridenour. The choir will appear tomorrow afternoon at the Yellowstone county courthouse square down- town to sing carols in the second of a series of concerts sponsored by the Billings Chamber of Corn- merce. On Dec. 16 the choir will sing on KGHL-TV in the annual EMCE television show. The Madrigals, Eastern singing group, are making several De- cember appearances according to their conductor, Mr. Slagle. They sang Tuesday noon for the Ki- wanis club and Wednesday after- noon for the Geology Wives club. The Madrigals will be featured at the Wassail party in the SUB Dec. 10, and on Dec. 14 at noon they will sing for the Rotary club. Pre-registration For Winter Quarter To Begin Monday Pre-registration for winter quarter for students currently en- rolled at Eastern will be Monday, Dec. 7 through Tuesday, Dec. 15, Frank Morgan, acting registrar, has announced. To pre-register for winter quar- ter students should first obtain an official program sheet at the registrar's office. The student's schedule for winter and spring quarters, which was previously recorded when he registered for fall quarter, should be transfer- red to the first and second sched- ule blocks on the new form and signed by the faculty advisor. Students should then report to the first-floor corridor of the Ad- ministration Building for section- ing, which will take place from 9:30 to 10:30 a.m. from 2:30 to 3:30 p.m. during the pre-registra- tion period. Students who fail to pre-register will receive late time-appointment cards on registration day for win- ter quarter, Monday, Jan. 4. Jan LaValley, Student Legisla- ture vice president, receives the co-championship Montana Col- legiate Conference f o o tb all trophy from Dr. H. L. Steele, EMCE president, as Bill Hilton, football co-captain, looks on. The trophy was presented at a convention honoring the foot- ball squad Nov. 24. Billings Arts Assn. Exhibits in SUB