The Rimrock Echo (Billings, Mont.) 1930-1943, October 15, 1930, Image 1

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High School Assembly, 8 o'clock-7hursday Evening, October 23 H. A. Veeder, District President, presiding Music Rotary Band Invocation Rev. H. R. Best—First Baptist Church Address of Welcome Mayor Trenerry, Billings Response Supt. Alexander Seaton, Columbus Music President's Address State President A. A. Wood, Libby Address Chancellor Melvin A. Brannon Greater University of Montana Music Address Dr. George E. Carrothers University of Michigan Nomination of Officers Babcock Theatre, 9 o'clock—Friday Morning, October 24 Vice-President Fred W. Graff, presiding Music Grade School Orchestra Invocation Rev. H. N. Stoffel, First English Lutheran Church Address Dr. Ross L. Finney Music Lecture, Entertainment Feature High School Assembly, 1:30—Fr:day Afternoon, October 24 Vice-President Georg.: E. Kidder, presiding Music • Grade School Chorus Invocation Rev. George Sloan, Congregational Church Lecture Dr. Emanuel Sternheim, Butte Sectional Meetings in various places, at 2:30 o'clock High School Assembly, 9 o'clock—Saturday Morning, October 5 President H. A. Veeder, presiding Music Eastern Montana Normal School Chorus Invocation Rev. James Robertson, First Presbyterian Address Dr. Ross L. Finney Address Dr. L. B. McMullen, Eastern Montana Normal Presentation of Visitors Presentation of Newly Elected Officers Sectional Meetings at 10:30 o'clock CRITICISM SOLICITED If you have any criticism or suggestions for improving the Rimrock Echo, the staff will appreciate your interest and try to respect your wishes. We want criticism. The only way our paper can miprove is by conservative criticism, so if you have opinions on the matter; don't fail to express them. The XIMROCK ECHO Eastern Montana Normal School VOL. II. BILLINGS, MONTANA, OCTOBER 15, 1930 NO. 1 ALUMNI WILL GATHER FOR M.E.A. MEET FOR STUDENTS Members of the Eastern Montana Normal School faculty sponsored the first social affair of the year at the Commercial Club, on Friday evening, October 3. The students were introduced to the faculty as they stood in a for- mal receiving line. Punch was served to the guests throughout the evening. Miss Meek introduced the faculty members participating in the program. Dr. McMullen gave a short talk, expressing his pleasure at seeing the fall classes enter; Mrs. McMullen spoke a few words of greeting and told a clever story; and Miss Cress and Mr. Ridgely, of the music department, played sev- eral delightful musical numbers. The rest of the evening was spent informally in getting acquainted. The student comimttee which in- troduced the guests to the receiving line were: Margaret Roberts, Erma Rogers, and Esther Farnum. The girls who helped the new students to become acquainted were Gladys Wagner, Thelma Hyatt, Josephine Haug, Hazel Hilton; Garnet Curley, and Margaret Lynch. YELLOWSTONE COUNTY IS WELL REPRESENTED There are 72 students of Yellow- stone county attending Eastern Montana Normal School. Billings furnishes 47, and 25 are from other points. Those towns are: Ballan- tine, 3; Broadview, 2; Custer, 1; Huntley, 5; Laurel, 2; Nibbe, 1; Pompeys Pillar, 1; Worden, 1; and R. F. D. Billings, 9. Program Features Speakers of Note The district convention and joint institute, to be held in Billings, October 22-25, is calling in many of our former students, as well as other teachers, superintendents, and interested schoolmen. Nation- ally known speakers will take part in both meetings, the convention being opened Thursday evening by Dr. George E. Carrothers of the University of Michigan, who will also address the joint institute at 11 o'clock, Thursday morning, and will speak to administrators and teachers at 3:30 p. m. The entire time of the meetings will be filled with interesting and valuable activities. On Friday eve- ning and Saturday morning section- al meetings of county superintend- ents, teachers of various subjects, and principals will be held. Will Present Pageant On Friday evening the city of Bil- lings will present a pageant in which all schools will take part. The theme Ortge - 151fgaarif - y o the system and the need for support by the people. The Singing Moth- ers of the local P. T. A. will be an added attraction in this program. The pageant, which will be held at the Fairgrounds, will be followed by a dance. The exact place of the dance is being kept a secret to be announced at the Fairgrounds. Babcock Offers Attraction In addition to the foregoing, there has been booked a free, illustrated lecture on the city of Washington. The Babcock theater will offer one of the most outstanding pictures of the year, entitled \Lincoln.\ To avoid conflict with other activities, two special performances will be given, one late in the evening and one late in the afternoon. Saturday afternoon following the close of the convention is the high school football game between Sher- idan and the \Billings Broncs.\ MAGICIAN GIVES SHOW An excellent performance was given at the high school auditorium Thursday, October 9, at 8 o'clock, when Birch, the Magician bedazzled A wondering group of children and grownups with his tricks. Mr. Birch is a first-class magi- cian, as well as an exceedingly humorous entertainer. His \patter\ is quite wonderful, and they tell us that this phase of such a perform- ance is one of the most important parts. He was assisted by several small boys from the audience, and kept the crowd in gales of laughter. The activity tickets admitted Nor- mal School students to this enter- tainment. Basketball Outlook Is Very Promising TO FORMER STUDENTS AND GRADUATES OF THE EASTERN MONTANA NORMAL SCHOOL You will be glad 'to know thr t the Eastern Montana Normal School is starting on its fourth year with an increased attendance over a year ago, with exactly the same faculty members as last year, with its usual enthusiasm and with its usual fine quality of students. We hope that the enthusiasm manifest in the school exists, also, among those who a - ..‘e out in the field teaching and, from the letters that have come to us, we are sure that this is the case. This letter of mine is intended to be a greeting from your school, but it is intended, besides, to urge upon you the necessity of belonging to the Montana Education Association and the great desirability of attending one of its meetings, October 23, 24, 25. At each of the sectional meetings of the M., E. A. a reunion luncheon of former Eastern Montana Normal School students will be held. The luncheon at Billings will be on Friday, the 24th, and will be presided over by Miss Hazel Hilton, now presi- dent of the Luncheon Club. Arrangements are being made for luncheons at both Great Falls and Butte. We know now that Miss Stevenson and Mr. Dean me planning to be in Great Falls during the convention, and undoubtedly some members of our faculty will attend at Butte. We hope that you will be present at one of these meetings and that you will not let anything interfere with your attendance at the reunions. —L. B. McMULLEN. Mr. Oscar Bjorgum reports that he has thirteen men in his physical education class this quarter. That's about four more than he had last year at this time. Right now the men are doing a little work in football, but about November 15 the real work will start. At that time Mr. Bjorgum plans to line the men up for basket- ball. There are three or four promis- rng men in the class besides three who played basketball for us last year. The last year's players are John Abrahamson, Lawrence Aber, and Charles Corbett. Another play- er from last year, Elmer Swanson, is expected back at the beginning of next quarter. With the material at hand, and more beginning with the next quar- ter, Mr. Bjorgum sees the prospect of a very fine basketball team.

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