The Dillon Daily Tribune (Dillon, Mont.) 1941-1962, May 27, 1942, Image 4

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~ ~ W A G E FOUR THE DILLON, DAILY TRIBUNE WEDNESDAY, MAY 27, 1942. SPONSORS NAMED FOR BOSS’ SOFTBALL TERMS Four civic organizations of the city will collaborate this summer in making a definite contribution ■to the youth welfare program by .sponsoring boys’ softball teams in a. league which will play Tuesday aiight off each week. The Dillon Elks lodge, Beaver­ head post of the American Legion, the Kiwanis club and the Rotary club are the sponsoring organiza­ tions, underwriting the entrance 'Of their teams in the league by ■financial support for equipment •and providing a director. Coaches ■of these boys’ teams will include Archie Green for Kiwanis, Harold Snow for Rotary, Joe Faller for the Legion and Frank O’Keefe for the Elks. With 93 per cent of all juvenile «delinquency occurring in Dillon during the summer, according to estimates of city police officials, iit is. believed that the. summer : softball program for boys will ■keep many of them off the street and out of mischief. It is the first organized' attempt to include boys of grade school age in the softball program. It was announced that women aoftballers will practice at the fair­ grounds tonight, starting at 7 o ’clock. Regular league play is sched­ uled to open Monday, June 1, it was stated by Edwin R. Buck, league commissioner. JOURNALISM CLUB ENJOYS BANQUET The annual banquet of the Chan­ ticleers, .Normal ’college journal­ ism group, was held Tuesday eve­ ning in the home of Mrs. Arthur Brown. Guest speakers on tne program were Dr. S. E/Davis ana Coach William Straugh. Members of the Chinook and Montanomal staffs and other college poblica- i tions were in attendance. I Highlight of the evening was ! the „ presentation of this year's | Chinook, college annual, to Charles i Henry, retiring member of the i Normal faculty. The Chinook | was dedicated to Mr. Henry this i year. Lillian Presbitero made the 1 presentation. Shirley Clark ana Charles Ivec gave brief talks dur­ ing the evening. - Other numbers on the program included a piano solo by Grace Knox, and the awarding of Mat­ rixes to Jeanne Covalt and Edith Culbertson in recognition of serv­ ices on the school publications; they were each presented with a book also. Jane Millikan, presi­ dent-elect, presided a t the banquet and arrangements were made by Edith Culbertson. Newly initiated members of Chanticleer, including Jane Milli­ kan, Patricia Scully, Grace Knox, Eileen Grimes, Jeff Jeffers, Dick Todd, Dorothy Strong and Mar­ cella Melogue, attended the ban­ quet. They had been initiated- at a ceremony last week in the home of President S. E. Davis. N o n - P r i o r i t y V',/, ' ' V , ' June Sitarr of Seaside Heights, N. J„ displays latest in non-prior­ ity bathing suits. It’s made from discarded muslin shower curtain, from design by high school fashion class. 1942 C H IN O O K DISTRIBUTED AT COLLEGE Distribution of the 1942 Chinook college yearbook, started this morning a t the Normal college. In an attractive format with a cover of airway blue and white, the an­ nual maintains the high standard of previous publications. One of the features of this year’s issue is a two-page section en­ titled, “Our Boys in Service,” showing pictures of the Normal college students now in the armed forces of America. Names of 58 former students are listed. N Lillian Presbitero was editor of the publication, with Miss Gene­ vieve Albertson serving as faculty sponsor. Other members of the staff were: Sam Pollard, assist- and editor; Ida Rykels, Lyman Haverfield, Clara Belle Knott, Winifred Bengston, picture edi­ tors; Ruth Wayman, women’s ath­ letics; James Womack, men’s ath­ letics; Jean Colby, calendar; Hal- lie Stephens and William Mc- Keown, business managers. JUNE TIRE, TUBE QUOTAS _ HELENA — (UP) — Mon­ tana’s June quota of passenger car and truck tires, tubes and re­ capped tires has been cut in pas­ senger car tires and truck recap­ ped tires, while the quota for pas­ senger car tubes and recaps and truck tires qnd tubes, for both were increased over the May quota. The passenger car tire quota was cut from 217 in May to 196 for June and truck tire recaps were cut from 2,521 in > May to 2.351 for June. The passenger car tube quota was increased fro 741 to 824, the truck tire quota was increased from .1,662 to 2,351, the truck tube was increased from 741 to 824, the 2.351 and passenger car recaps were increased fro 1,265 to 1,448. LOCAL DRAFT BOARD CLASSIFIES 72 MORE DRAFTEES (Continued From Page 1) Ralph E. Tope, Howard E. Stoner, Bert E. Hobart. Class 4-F—Lester L. Phillips, Fred Schlegel, Ralph Joseph Quig­ ley, Dewey C. Bunnell, William B. Carr, Sam Langdorf, Walter E. Olson, George Butala, Lloyd Baldwin, Richard V. Leister. M U S ICAL BY COLLEGE CLUB IS WELL RECEIVED A delightful evening of music presented, Tuesday by .the Normal College Music club. attracted a large crowd of townspeople. Ar­ tists takihg part included Vernon H. Taylor, choral director; Miss Ruth Phelps, monologist; Ralph I Me* adden, pianist and \composer and Mrs. Edna Schenk Moe, so- i prano; The program was opened by the women’s chorus composed of Paul­ ine Ball, Irene Breault, Giovan- nina Cardinale, Genevieve Green, Wilma Holloran, Marguerite John­ son, Minnie A. Meeke, Margaret SMiller, Ida Rykels, Blythe Stephan and Dorothy Watson, , first so­ pranos; Loise Green, Catherine Helterline, Carol Hockett, Fae Hunt, Esther Kelly, Grace Knox, Ella Mueller, Elizabeth Oneal, Ann Scheffer and Lila Mae Willis, sec­ ond sopranos; Luella Bettle, Jean Bishop, Jean Colby, Inez Cole, Margaret Conwell, ’ Betty Dent, Helen Hickey, Dorothy Julian, Olena Mysse, Frances Stalcup and Hallie Stephens, altos. Mrs. Ver­ non Taylor acted as accompanist. Miss Ruth Phelps ably portrayed “A Proposal of Marriage,” a read­ ing in two acts. Miss Phelps also wrote a skit presented by a wom­ en’s trio composed of Marguerite Johnson, Olena Mysse and Grace Knox with Hallie Stephens as ac­ companist and . Mr. Taylor as di­ rector. The skit, entitled “War Comes to Collège,” was very well received. . Ralph McFadden, music instruc­ tor at the college, played two of his own compositions on the piano, “Sonata in F Minor” and “Punch­ inello” and Mrs. Edna Schenk Moe sang “Slumber Song,”.. “These Things I Seek”, and “Western Skies at Sunset,” also composed by Mr. McFadden. ■ Newvand retiring officers of the music club were introduced by Miss Hallie Stephens. Miss Grace Knox will head the music club next year and Miss Marguerite Johnson is the retiring president. Each spoke a few Words. The program was closed by the rendition of three numbers by the women’s chorus. SUBSCRIBE FOR THE TRIBUNE Roxy Theatre LAST TIME TONIGHT An Epic of the Lone Star State \ T E X A S \ With William Holden, Clair Trevor, Glen Ford - News— — Selected Shorts D. l) C O M IN G WEEK TO BE BUSY ONE AT COLLEGE (Continued From Page awa£d^->at the exercises. The community is invited to the general public exercises of the commencement season, it was an­ nounced by the college office. M c G A H A N LISTED AS MISSING IN PHILIPPINES (Continued From Page 1) erhead county high school and at­ tending Montana State Normal college. His mother and brother reside in Dillon. TO GRADUATE— The name of Martha Kaye Stroeder was omitted in the list Of eighth grade graduates from the training school. Why Let Foot Pain Rob You of Your Day's Pleasure? Try H e a l t h S p o t S h o e s DILLON SHOE SHOP DR. J. E. 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