Emcoe (Billings, Mont.) 1949-1959, March 04, 1949, Image 1

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EASTERN MONTANA COLLEGE OF EDUCATION Billings, Montana Vol, 1 No. 5 ART woRr DISPLAY 2.4 : Exhibit on Mezzanine Floor Tonight The students of the Art Department of EASTERN have a display of their !ork on the iluzzanino Floor of the ,oin Building. The theme of the ex- hibit is a display of work from the .asols of tho various art students. In the exhibit may bo soon work in and Techniques cla sses that arc studying methods of roproduction conmorcial illustration. Note a group of pure water colors, the de- signs and tho use of magazine cut- outs. Students who have contributed to the exhibit are: Anita Smith, Betty Suo Lullowney, Marrinell Randolph, Do- lores Koller, Virginia Geikeni pill 'cnner, Don ' - Tutchins, \ilton Myers, o Strecker and Vernon 1.11wins The work of the exhibit was mounted by the students under the supervis- ion of the Art Instructor, Mri Earl R. Lucas, THE EMCOE STAFF was photographed for the Annual on Thursday, larch 3 ► by Annual Photographer, .i:uzh Bristor, CALENDAR OF COMING EVENTS Friday, f . -larch 4 FRESH FIELDS Saturday,March 5 7ysham High School T•aborotory School. Monday, :Larch 7 Tuesday, March 8 Friday, March 11 Faculty Party ******* * *** * *:. March 4, 1949 FRESH FIELDS A SMASH HIT Invitational Preview a Great Success \It's terrificl: A wonderful play1\ These are just a few of the many can- ments heard about FRESH FIELDS, the Winter Quarter production of Katoya. EASTERN should really be proud to have a dramatics department capable of turning out such a fine product. The players portrayed their roles well. A vote of thanks should go to the all-important production staff that did such an admirable job on the set and costumes. These people, though unseen by the audience, contributed immeasurably to the success of the.. play, Last, but by no means least, we come to the director of FRESH FIELDS, Mr. Ray Harshfiold, Director of Speech Arts, at EASTERN, who is to be con- gratulated on the fine showing of his departmenti EMCOE wishes to - voice the sentiments of everyone who saw the play.-Congratulations to Katoya. At the Invitational Preview the re- ceiving line was composed of Dr. and Mrs. A. G. Peterson, Mr. and Mrs. Lincoln Aikins, Miss Mae Cloningor, Mrs. Brown, and Mr. and Mrs. Harsh- field. Ushers were: Dorothy Cohn, receptionist, Dolores Klein, EASTERN'S Sweetheart, Stella Clark, Shirley Baker, Dorothy Erickson, Catherine Freeborg. Music during intermission was play- ed by: Maureen Demars, Lois Kalten- bach, Charlotte Romeo, Doris Kaser. by Delores Keller

Emcoe (Billings, Mont.), 04 March 1949, located at <http://montananewspapers.org/lccn/Emcoe/1949-03-04/ed-1/seq-1/>, image provided by MONTANA NEWSPAPERS, Montana Historical Society, Helena, Montana.