The Rimrock Echo (Billings, Mont.) 1930-1943, December 13, 1929, Image 1

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C w °11 t 14 4 h i! k . : 41 0a b e l WO 6 0e 4 i °P. D P D b. • • VOL. I. BILLINGS, MONTANA, DECEMBER 13, 1929 NO 3 NOTED EDUCATOR VISITS OUR SCHOOL SCHOOL WILL GIVE High Lights in Mrs. Mossman's Address ASSEMBLY HELD AT CHRISTMAS PLAY COMMERCIAL CLUB 1. The teacher is never through learning. Regard your diploma as the beginning, not the end of your professional training. 2. Know and live your environment. Every common thing around you has a marvelous story, and boys and girls are hungry for it. 3. The possibilities within you are greater than you dream. Take the start your school has given you and continue to grow by yourself. 4. Five years may serve to disprove what you about teaching. Don't save your notebooks to be valuable as museum pieces. 5. Teaching is contributing to a great necessit yourself of great use by doing that work w 6. As a teacher you have contact with the best munity. You have their confidence. Do not dramatics depattment. New set- tings and costumes have been made for the production. Music by Glee Club The choral music program will include \Sanctus\ and \Praise Ye the Father,\ by Gounod; \Twi- light,\ by Abt, and other songs in including \Adeste\ and \Silent Night.\ Miss Marjorie Stevenson will sing \Bells a composition of Mr. Ridgely. This is the third annual Christ- mas program of the normal school, and it is the hope of the school that in years to come it will con- tinue to be one of the established features on the calendar of Christ- mas activities in the city. CHRISTMAS CAROLS WILL BE SUNG According to the annual custom Eastern Montana Normal School students and faculty who remain iu Billings during the Christmas vacation will sing carols on Christ- ISIUS eve at the hospitals, hotels and the childrens' orthopedic hospital. STUDENTS AID WITH PREP GYM CLASSES Freshmen girls of the high school are receiving regular gymnasium instruction under the direction of four Eastern Montana Normal School students, members of classes in physical education supervised by Miss Marjorie Stevenson. More than 100 high school girls are being accommodated in the three gym classes which meet Mon- days and Thursdays each week at 11 o'clock in the morning and 1:15 and 2 o'clock in the afternoon. Normal school students instruct- ing the classes are Miss Thelma Wendte, Miss Esther Haynes, Miss Alice Sweetman and Miss Kathryn Kier. While the majority of the stu- dents are planning Christmas vaca- tions in scattered regions of Mon- tana, many faculty members are welcoming the opportunity of spending a \real\ vacation at home in Billings, where they may do just as they please. 'r its -etceirie eee tie% outside of the state to his home in Indianapolis, Indiana, for his Christ- mas vacation. He says, \Fourteen days at home will seem like heaven.\ He plans to spend most of his days at the art museum; otherwise his time seems to be well filled, but that remains a dark secret. Miss Lillian Wagner says she is going to use part of her time in preparing a course in \Primary Plans.\ Beware, students, of this course next quarter. In reply to a query as to where he would spend his Christmas vaca- tion, Mr. Shunk said, \I'm going to stay at home and play with the kids.\ For the past few weeks mumps have loomed large on the horizon as well as on the jaws of the Shunk family. Miss Meek plans to spend the Christmas vacation in Bilings. She says that last year she could scarce- ly wait until time to start east for the holidays, but this year she is enthusiastic about prospects of a Christmas in Billings. Then imag- ine this from Miss Meek, \I'm going to have time to cook, for that is one of the things I like best to do.\ It is our hope that Mr. Dean isn't planning anything rash for his Christmas vacation. When asked about his plans he said, \ I wouldn't dare tell!\ Miss Daggett says that she ex- pects to spend her Christmas vaca- tion here because she hasn't time to go home. We hope that she won't spend her time thinking up work for us to do next quarter. Mr. Abbott plans to do some in- teresting historical research work. He will devote much of his time to Last year Dr. Hines spent most of his Christmas vacation working on his new psychology text book. This year he plans to have real relaxation and just enjoy his home. Mr. Hawkes informs us that he intends to spend his Christmas holi- days reading and preparing work for le= to de on our return . We, could suggest a more restful vaca- tion. Miss Roberts' expects to have a good time doing just as she pleases; incidentally, some artistic results may be expected. Dr. McMullen and Mr. Foote will spend their vacations in Billings with the exception of attending the Delegate Assembly of Montana Ed- ucation Association at Helena, De- cember 27. Dr. •McMullen will lead the music at the banquet to be held there December 27. Mr. Ridg- ley is also an alternate for this meeting. Miss Dewey plans to remain in Billings during the holidays. Miss Rich reports that vacation time wil find here, probably at work. When asked where he would spend his vacation, Mr. Ridgely said, \It is too cold to go anywhere. I'll probably stay at home.\ We advise him to go to Alaska; then maybe he will appreciate the Mon- tana climate. Miss Stevenson will spend her va- cation in Bilings. She will have a guest from Dillon. GRADUATION EXERCISES Graduation exercises, which will mark the end of the fall quarter, will be held immediately following the regular luncheon on December 18, wording to present plans. KINDERGARTNERS ENTERTAIN Makes Survey of Teachers Colleges Mrs. Mossman is enroute to Los Angeles, where she will address the annual convention of the Cali- fornia Teachers' association. She visited the teachers colleges at Cedar Falls, Iowa, an Greeley, Colo. She plans to visit the nor- o_heney. wao i li stud f b. three teacher - trainint, institutions in California. An extensive survey on the subject of teaching is being made by Mrs. Mossman through her visits to these various schools. Mrs. Mossman has written several books, the latest being a very valuable treatise on the philosophy of edu- cation, published last summer and now entering its second edition. Reception Given for Mrs. Mossman During her visit in Billings Mrs. Mossman was a guest at the home of Dr. and Mrs. L. B. McMullen. She and Dr. McMullen were fellow- students in Teachers College and later were co-workers in normal ad- ministration at that institution. On Sunday evening a reception was held in Mrs. Mossman's honor at the McMullen home, which was at- tended by the members of the nor- mal school faculty. Mrs, Mossman continued her trip to the west on Monday afternoon. DECEMBER GRADUATES ANNOUNCED Faculty Keep Home Fires Burning Katoya Players of Eastern Mon- tana. Normal School will present the play, \The Fulfillment of the • Pro- phecy,\ at 8:30 the evenings of De- cember 18 and 19, at the Billings Commercial club. The play will be part of the an- nual Christmo program of the normal sehor. N o admission charge will be made. The first part of the program will consist of music by the women's chorus un- der the direction of C. V. Ridgely, bead of the music department. The play cast is holding regular rehearsals under the direction of Miss Martha E. Dewey, head of the are now learning use, but they may y. ell. people in the com- abuse it. You can make The Kindergarten children are entertaining their parents at a Christmas party Friday morning, December 13. The little tots have been very busy making presents for their parents. Students and faculty of Eastern Montana Normal School were hon- ored on Monday, December 9, by the visit of Mrs. Lois Coffey, Moss- man, professor of education in Teachers College, Columbia univer- sity, New York city. A general assembly was held at 11 o'clock at the Commercial club, at which time Mrs. Mossman addressed the stud- ents on the possibilities in the teaching profession. She placed emphasis on the need of keeping up with advanced ideas and the oppor- tunities for growth on the part of the beginning teacher. The registrar announces that five students have been accepted by the faculty as candidates for gradua- tion at the close of the fall quar- ter. They are Maurine Schofield, Billings; Esther Haynes, Huntley; Redith Clarke, Huntley; Eleanor Stanbaugh, Plentywood, and Ger- trude Hard, Laurel. Others are ex- pected to complete their require- ments by the end of the quarter. Those who are finishing at this time are to be congratulated on the completion of their work here. The Rimrock Echo joins with their other friends in wishing them a happy and successful career. Montana histcrry. Gei t ir r 0 . 0 %0 CP 11 113)C417 11 7 \) &0 0 A: 1 W 4:411110

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