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EASTERN MONTANA COLLEGE OF EDUCATION Vol. 1 No. 4 Billings, Montana February 25, 1949 FRESH FIELDS Winter Dramatics Production Dramatic gestures, blood-shot eyes, and that drawn look characterize the members of the case of FRESH FIELDS. The players are swinging into the last week of practice in preparation for the Invitational Preview next Wednesday night and the public per- formances Thursday and Friday. Dress rehearsals are slated for Sun- day afternoon and Tuesday evening. Immediately after the Tuesday re- hearsal the cast will appear on sta- tion KBMY for an interview. Stage crews are frantically nailing the stage sets together, painting canvas, and placing furniture for the settings. Tickets have gone on sale. They are being reserved at Nelson's Music House from 2 to 5 EASTERN students will be admitted en their activity tickets, but all seats will be reserved. Local business firms are furnishing the costumes, furniture and hair styles for the play. Let us mention the forgotten people who have and are doing so much to make the play a success: Director's Assistant Jean Aikins Stage Manager Frank Houle Electrician Jene Petersen Costumes MaeBelle Paddock Stage Properties Janis Frank Hand Properties May Cloninger House Management Dorothy Cohn Tickets Jackie Harrison Reservations Adolph Christenson Publicity Patty Forquer Make-up Jean Aikins 57EETHEART BALL Perry Como Chooses Eastern's Sweetheart Tonight Hearts are fluttering----excitement is running high-TONIGHT IS THE NIGHT. In a ballroom beautiful with flowers, the strains of soft music waft gent l y through the starlit night. The Northern Hotel is the setting for the third annual Sweetheart Ball,the event of the Winter Quarter at East- ern Montana College of Education.The dance will begin at 9 o'clock and con- tinue until 1 o'clock. The climax of the evening will be the Coronation Ceremony. KBMY will carry the program which will begin promptly at 10:45. Mr. H. S. Alterowitz will act as MC and announce the big thrill of the evening--the Sweetheart--the lucky girl who itas been chosen by Mn Perry Como as EASTERN'S Sweetheart: Bill Jull,president of the Sophomore Class, sponsoring the dance, will crown the Sweetheart and present her with a beautiful lscket suitably en- graved for the occasion. Candidates for EASTERN SWEETHEART are: Shirley Baker, Dorothy Erickson,Stella Clark Delores Klein, Catherine Freeberg, and LaVetta Jacobsen. Dr. and Mrs. A, G. Peterson, Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Alterowitz, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Harshfield, and Mr, and Mrs.Earl Lucas are the official chaperones. Members of the committee whose hard work made this party possible are: Bill Jull, Joliet, general chairman; MaeBelle Paddock, Sweetheart Committ- ee; Bill Haddow of Red Lodge, pro- vam chairman; Rollie Cutts, Billings, Cont. page