Evergreen (Eureka, Mont.) 1946-1968, March 29, 1963, Image 5

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March 29, 1963 Page 5 EVERGREEN .CHS GETS, :ACE T ING MONTANA MARKET GROCERIES OF QUALITY T T application, high- school transcript; and a letter of recommend­ ation to: (Cont. from P. 1.) green and white. Most of the work is being done by the journalism girls. Also , the old -incin­ erator , long -a land mark, will be torn down and filled In- with gravel.- The store house at ..the back of school will also, be 'painted;. . - ; ••• / Stick around maybe there is something that: you can’ do, ■■ ' MSU OFFERS VANY SCHOLARSHIPS The Montana ■ State University,, of ; Mis­ soula, is . offering two sets of scholar­ ships for the 1963_ 60 season. Three; $150 Journalism Scholarships will be awarded by the Mont­ ana State Press Asso­ ciation „■ . One $150 Radio . ’ '-Television... Scholarships' will be ; awarded; also- by' the Montana Broadcasters Association. • Applications must be received before June . I . , , 1963 . Selection will be based on\academic and professional promise. ■Preference given to applicants. . who in­ dicate that they expect - to .earn a B.A. Degree in either and enter, one ' of the two fields. ...The stipend is to be paid in three parts during the freshman year. Anyone.. interested should send a letter. Dean, Journalism State Missoula, Montana. School . of , Montana University TALKS TO STUDENTS : Mra• Herb Monroe, public relations man­ ager of Kinman Busin- ness University of Spokane, visited ECUS Wednesday, March 20, to explain the busin­ ess fields■ given at K B U , . He showed slides of various- . . business organizations,: . gave estimated salaries of the graduates of KBU, ; and gave an all around view on a business career. Questions were .asked by several stu­ dents., MEMBERS' COMMENCE -. SPEAKERS ^ r Four ^ members of the Mount Ksanka. Chapter of the National Honor Society, Maria. Stoken, Steve Hall, Elder: Mar­ vel, and Trellice‘Ir­ win have volunteered to give speeches at the Rexford grade school graduation, May 21. They will be talk- O ei/tut Monday Gravied Beef, Whipped Potatoes, Vegetable Sticks, Brown anc White Sandwiches, Mill, Bread and Raisin Cust­ ard Tuesday Beans and Bacon, Whip ped potatoes and but ter, Bread and butted and milk, cherry cake Wednesday Roast turkey and grav^ Potatoes, Creamed pea Bread and, butter, M i l l | , Fruit - Thursday Turkey and dressing, sweet potatoes, veget­ able sticks, Bread anc butter, Milk, Fruit. Macaroni Salad, Cream­ ed ■ 'Green. Beans , Bread and butter Fruited jellc. Milk ing 1 on the four prin- ciples of the society; .Character, Leadership, Scholarship, and Ser­ vice. The ' . . p l a n to' have Honor Society members give these -speeches was proposed by Hugh Biggar, one of the advisors* He said that ease the bur- scme of the .who will be . s p e a k a t the /graduations, 8 ) it would den on teachers asked;to various (cont. on

Evergreen (Eureka, Mont.), 29 March 1963, located at <http://www.montananewspapers.org/lccn/Evergreen/1963-03-29/ed-1/seq-5/>, image provided by MONTANA NEWSPAPERS, Montana Historical Society, Helena, Montana.