The Yellow Jacket (Billings, Mont.) 1953-1953, July 24, 1953, Image 1

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THE YELLOW JACKET Vol. I No. 7 EASTERN MONTANA COLLEGE OF EDUCATION July 24, 1953 Ntl WELCOME STRANGER!, Tomorrow, July 25, Dr. R.L. Henderson, educational pro in charge of many courses at Eastern, will ease through his final round of play at Emory University's annual open for elementary school principals and will be sailing home. Efforts are being made to ascertain the dae of his arrival in Billings, since as tin t he case of Ben Hogan and his arrival in NJ York, the champ will be paraded up /Bill i .agsl Broadway and showered with red iand tap- shredded copies of the Yellow ,Ldcke t. I Informed by wire of the proposed rous- ing welcome, the open champion replied, in real Southern style, \Well shut my mouth!\ PERFECT PARALLEL The response to repeated appeals broad- cast by Dr. Alterowitz for faculty-gradu- ate free dinners on Aug. 5 recalls the offer of the Nye Dairy during they depres- sion. Anybody, said Nyes, could have free milk if he or she would came for it. Some were anxious to have it, but they called up Nyes and requested that it be deliv- ered. For Sale-- -No Kidding Used wardrobe trunk in good condition-- $25. See Hazel Childs, Airway Center, 4th trailer on north side. 7/24,1t THIS WE WHO'S WHO Native of Kansas. Educated: Baker U (AB; and Boston U (MA). Methodist sky pilot for 12 years, but leaned so heavily toward di- recting youth activities that he finally fell over. Work calls for long and ungodly hours and a pailful of patience. Hint: hu- man subjects; very temperamental..Father of two girls and a boy. On latest leave he visited: Dallas, Salt Lake, Berkelye, Stan- ford, San Jose, San Diego and USC...USC if you can guess who it is. NOBLE EXPERrIENT As we go to press, hundreds are gather- ing on the front lawn to see what they can do to lessen the water-shortage problem in Billings. The management has provided 500 pounds of delicious, dripping Indiana watermelons and expects every Easterner to do his duty. At the contest's close, nobody is expected to need a drink of water for 8 days or more J.F. McGuire has consented to give an un- usual demonstration of a man biting a rat- tlesnake---melon, that is. By George, You're Right Student at picnic: \Is this tea or cof- fee? T•, tastes like kerosene.\ Shorty: \If it tastes like kerosene, it's definitely tea. Our coffee tastes like turpentine.\ PANELS AND PANS Dick Boggio will preside over a panel- discussion Tuesday at 8 p.m. in the stud- ent lounge. At first glance, we read the title as \Me and You.\Second glance: MEA and You. Thursday night is the big steak fry on the north campus. Tantalizing Texas T-bone with seconds, maybe thirds. Let out a lit- tle slack in your slacks. Those wishing onions will bring their own, and form a group just south of the incinerator. LOST AND FOUND Found: set of car keys and fountain pen Can be recovered at Bookstore. If not re- claimed within two weeks, will use the car keys to take atrip and the fountain pen to write home about. (Signed) Edna Frost AMONG PEOPLE YOU SHOULD KNOV; Mrs. Joyce Church, for the last 6 years \righthand man\ to Art E. Soulsby in the guidance office, is a native of North Dako- ta. Before becoming a private secretary she worked for the government, training people in NYA and Personnel office work in Naval s Reserve in South Carolina. Came here from California, where she was with a commercial concern. Son is graduate of NDAC at Fargo; son-in-law public welfare county supervisor at Anaconda. Nobody would ever think of greeting her as \grandma\ but she can prove it---twice, if necessary. New perfume on the market guaranteed to get your man. Has tincture of chloroform.

The Yellow Jacket (Billings, Mont.), 24 July 1953, located at <http://montananewspapers.org/lccn/TheYellowJacket/1953-07-24/ed-1/seq-1/>, image provided by MONTANA NEWSPAPERS, Montana Historical Society, Helena, Montana.