The Rimrock Echo (Billings, Mont.) 1930-1943, June 01, 1934, Image 1

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THE RIMROCK ECHO Eallern Montana Normal School VOL. 5 BILLINGS, MONT., FRI., JUNE 1, 1934 NO. 7 BRANNON TO ADDRESS LARGEST CLASS IN SCHOOL'S HISTORY Novel Program Is PRESIDENT GETS ANNUAL FRIDAY, JUNE 1 6:00 P. M.—Faculty-Senior Dinner, Commercial Club. 9:00 P. M.—Junior Prom, Coliseum. SUNDAY, JUNE 3 11:00 A. M.—Senior Sermon, Rev. H. N. Stoffel, Fox Theatre. 2 - 5 P. M.—Art Exhibit, Miss Hermine Roberts, director; Gymna- sium, Eastern Montana Normal School. MONDAY, JUNE 4 1- 5 P. M.—Art Exhibit. 7 - 10 P.M.—Art Exhibit and Demonstration of Work. TUESDAY, JUNE 5 6:30 P. M.—Spring Festival of the Physical Education Department, Miss Marjorie Stevenson, director; High School Ath- letic Field. 9:00 P. M.—Reception for Seniors and Faculty by President and Mrs. McMullen, at their residence. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 6 12:15 P. M.—Senior Luncheon, Gymnasium. Mr. N. C. Abbott, Class 8:15 P. M.—Glee Club Concert, Mr. C. V. Ridgely, director; High School Auditorium. THURSDAY, JUNE 7 8:15 P: M'.—Dear Brutus, by J. N. Barrie, presented by Katoya Players; Miss Martha E. Dewey, director; High School Auditorium. FRIDAY, JUNE 8 10:00 A. M.—Graduating Exercises; Fox Theatre; Speaker, Dr. M. A. Brannon, former Chancellor of the University of Montana. 12:15 P. M.—Alumni Luncheon, Northern Tea Room. Featured at Senior Luncheon Next Wednesday AWARDS WILL BE GIVEN At noon Wednesday, June 6, the second year luncheon will be given in the gym. The program, under the direction of Mr. Abbott, will consist of various numbers given by members of the graduating class. The theme of the entire pro- gram will be \School Spirit.\ The personnel of the Program commit- tee is: Margaret Darnell, Marie Borberg, Joe Weinschrott, William Sirrine, Charles Robinson, Noel Rigby, 'Ray Stevens, Leon Nelson, Helen Lewis. At the close of the program Dr. McMullen will bd presented with the first annual off the press. The August graduates will pre- pare and serve the lunch. A menu of chicken legs, lettuce, buttered peas, potato salad, hot rolls and honey, bing cherries, \Newly Weds\ and ice tea is to be served. Mem- bers of the menu committee are Mr. Stuber, Frances Murchie, Hel- en Lewis, and Bernice Anderson. Other committee chairmen are: Decorating, Francis Wright; Take Down, Ray 'Stevens; Clean-up, Jane La Munyan; Kitchen, Lawrence Bodtke; Serving, Faye Bailey. These committees are under the direction of the regular faculty ad- visers. CLASSES EXHIBIT ART The seventh annual art exhibit will be held in our gymnasium on Sunday, June 3 from 2 to 5 p. m. and Monday, June 4, from 1 to 5 and from 7 to 10 p. m. This exhibit includes samples of all of the work done by all art classes during the year. Everyone is cordially invited to come to the exhibit. Bring your friends and come, as your time spent at the exhibit will be very enjoyable as well as inspirational. On Monday evening there will be demonstrations of the various kinds of art work done during the year. Students Will Demonstrate Under the direction of Miss Her- mine Roberts the following people will demonstrate: Black Board Drawing—Bernice Mettes, Johanna Hansen, Elda Watkins; Basketry— Dorothy McFatridge and Lillian Penner; Weaving—Harriette Mc- Allister, primary, Laverne Harris, intermediate, and DeLorman Burke, upper grade; Soap Carving—Irene Deniger; Sponge Toys—Margaret Lindberg; Paper Toys — Annette Eslinger; Stick Printing, Primary —Viola Barker and Betty Hilder- man ; Eraser Printing–Gordon Bran- don; Block Printing—Grace Trim- ble and Doris Corwin; Crayon— Sybil Christiani. Hostesses in the (Continued on Page 4) '34 Annual Is Issued The 1934 Rimrock Annual came out on the 31st of May. The staff is rather pleased by the way the whole affair wound up, for at the beginning of the year financial bar- riers loomed high. However, after carefully scrutinizing last year's annual and noting where possible savings could be made, the staff has found it possible to make ends meet and yet put out an annual which will compare favorably in all respects with last year's edition. The annual is financed from the (Continued on Page 4) PROM TO BE GALA AFFAIR The annual Junior Prom given by the first year class in honor of the graduates of June is to take place tonight at the Coliseum. The grand march, which will begin promptly at nine o'clock, will be led by the senior president, Orton Sirrine and his partner, Helen Balock. The second couple will be the freshman class president, Hilton Utterback and his partner, Helen Murphy. The Coliseum band will play for the dancing. The arrangements have been under the direction of Glen Livingston, who is responsible for refreshments; Jean Wilkins, re- sponsible for programs, and Mary Oswald, flowers. Mr. Dean, sponsor for the class, has been advising the student committees, and when in- terviewed, he stated that this will be a gala occasion. Everyone is free to bring his guest. Student ac- tivity tickets must be presented at the door. Teachers Are Actors The annual spring play will be staged Thursday evening, June 7, in the High School auditorium. The play to be presented is \Dear Bru- tue,\ by J. M. Barrie; the theme of the play is, \What would you do if you had a second chance?\ We find several people invited out to Lob's country home for Mid- summer week, for a peculiar reason which the guests do not know. The plot is based on the English super- stition that on Midsummer night, Puck's wood appears, and those who go out that night get another chance at life, but seldom return. As the play progresses we see the (Continued on Page 4) BANQUET GIVEN TONIGHT The Faculty-Senior Banquet will be held at the Commercial Club to- night, June 1, at 6 o'clock. The Social Committee, made up of Dr. Hines, chairman, Miss Mary Meek, Miss Hermine Roberts, Mr. H. N. Stuber and Mr. Oscar Bjor- gum, has charge of the banquet. Committees in charge are: Pro- gram, Dr. Hines; Decorations, Miss Roberts and Receiving of Guests, Miss Meek. The program will be confined to local talent. Dr. McMullen will pre- side and Mr. Abbott, senior class sponsor, will present the graduates. Student responses will be made by Elizabeth Patterson and Ray Stev- ens. Musical numbers will be of- fered by Helen Lewis, Jean Todd, Agnes Arestad, Leon Nelson and Mr. James Hawkes. The seventh annual spring com- mencement is to be held Friday, June 8, at 11 a. m. in the Fox The- atre. The largest class in the his- tory of the institution is to be graduated. Seventy-seven will re- ceive diplomas. Dr. L. B. McMul- len will preside. The commence- ment program will be as follows: Processional—E. M. N. S. Orches- tra. Invocation—Rev. H. N. Stoffel. Music—Glee Club. Address —Dr. M. A. Brannon, former Chancellor of Greater Uni- versity of Montana. Presentation of the Class—L. R. Foote. Award of Diplomas—W. M. Johns- ton, of the State Board of Educa- tion. Announcement of Awards and Honors—H. N. Stuber. \America\—Audience. Benediction—Rev. H. N. Stoffel. Recessional—E. M. N. S. Orches- tra. FESTIVAL TO BE HELD The Annual Spring Festival of the Physical Education Department, under the direction of Miss Mar- jorie Stevenson and Mr. Oscar Bjor- gum, will be given Tuesday, June 5, 6:30 p. m. at the High School Athletic Field. The Festival this year will be worked out as Johnny's School Life. Since Johnny's School Life today includes more than textbook work, this program is designed to illus- trate a few of the types of activity which the normal school graduate will use to assist in the develop- ment of the lad. This program has been worked out according to the months of the year to illustrate the \Extracts from Johnny's Diary.\ \I don't see why people make speeches on the 4th. I'd rather have firecrackers 'n torpedoes.\ July Tap Class \Gee but a feller can have fun in summer!\ August Men's Class \We have to write about har- vest time, I'm going to tell about the fun I had in grand- pa's hay field.\ September Tumblers \We're going to have a Hal- lowe'en party with a witch n' black cats 'n pumpkins.\ October Selected \Every Thanksgiving we read about the Pilgrims. I'm glad I'm not a Pilgrim, they didn't have much fun.\ November..Primary Grade Teachers \The air is full of snowflakes today. Wish I had a sled.\ January Upper Grade Teachers (Continued on Page 4)

The Rimrock Echo (Billings, Mont.), 01 June 1934, located at <>, image provided by MONTANA NEWSPAPERS, Montana Historical Society, Helena, Montana.