Evergreen (Eureka, Mont.) 1946-1968, March 29, 1963, Image 4

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». t Page A March 29, 30, 31 THE ERRAND BOY Starring: G e r r y L e w i s and a second excit­ ing featurel KAY l LET’S TWIST Featuring: C H U B B I E C H E C K E R next week THE NOTORIOUS LANDLADY starring: Jack Lemmon _________ Kim Novack Dunlap Receives Grant Coach Jack Dunlap received word recently that his application for a National Science Foundation Grant was accepted at Humbolt State Teachers College in Arcada, California* Mr„ Dunlap will leave about June 10 or 11 and will have his fam­ ily with him when . s.chool starts June 17* The school session will last $ weeks. The Grant may count towards Mr* Dunlap’s Masters Degree* The main reason for these Grants are to help strengthen the science teaching ,program ________ EVERGREEN States,. Hunters Safety Course Offered Those who wish to take a Hunters Safety Course may pick up applications from Gordon Vanderpan, Principal at the Roos­ evelt grade sch© 9 l,eor at the Eureka Commer­ cial, ' .. Dates of classes will be posted as soon as all applications are turned in. Records Will Be Available In the near future phonograph records will be able to be with drawn from the library, David Swan- berg, librarian, and his staff are present­ ly cataloging each re­ cord under three main heads, just as books are cataloged, Mr. Swanberg said that when - his is finished the only stipulation he vail have for his records is that the withdrawing person has a suitable machine with which to run it on. He has such re­ cords as ’’War Speeches by Winston Churchill” ”U,.S, Constitution”, and other historical records. He also has popular and classical records. After - Mr. Swanberg completes 'filing his records he will begin cataloging film strips for use. March 29,1963 MBA. Sponsores Essay C o n t e s t , Montana Bankers Ass­ ociation is to sponser an essay on ’’What is My Bank’s . Obligation • to Our Community.” The essay is part of the activities for the commercial banking’s one-hundredth anniver­ sary. The essay’s main idea is to acquaint future citizens with the meaning and impor­ tance of bankii&g. The essay, which is only open to Seniors in Montana,•offers $50 first place, $25 sec- . ond place and $10 third .place in the local judging and then the winning essay from each high school will be sent to a com- mitte for state judg­ ing. The first place winner $250, and third plade winner will re­ ceive $125f All prizes are made available by the State Assocaition. By $125 award will be presented to the tea­ cher of the state first place winner. The contest ends April 15, 1963. Typing R Has — ~ * * * v l i n o . I ’ h ' e ^ t y p i n g 11 class under t h e . direction of Margaret Gilbreath are now learning how to file in alphabetical index order. They will spend as much time on this as is needed to complete the lesson* This will help the students, later in bus­ iness courses in col­ lege or in office jobs. PAD Studies Personality The senior in Psy­ chology class are (Con’t on P * 6)

Evergreen (Eureka, Mont.), 29 March 1963, located at <http://www.montananewspapers.org/lccn/Evergreen/1963-03-29/ed-1/seq-4/>, image provided by MONTANA NEWSPAPERS, Montana Historical Society, Helena, Montana.