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SeaTed: Jennings, Ng, Shearer, Barmore, Shearer, MiTchell, SelT, Surbroolc, Bailey, Jones,
y ' TarranT, Sloan, Barcalow.
STanding: Parrish, Thomason, Dr. MorTimore, Wheeler, BarriTT, Jarvis, Conklin, Evans, York,
EnThusiasm among The sTudenTs over archery resulTed in The
organizaTion oT The Graceland College Archery Club, wiTh Dr. Roy
H. lvlorTim.ore as sponsor. The new members purchased new equip-
menT and held pracTice shooTing maTches Three Times a weelc.
AlThoug-h The winTer monThs prevenTed much ouTdoor archery,
wiTh The early spring The sTudenTs eagerly parTicipaTed in The
TournamenTs and praicTices, which were conducTed in a spacious
Ture" provided pleasanT recreaTion Tor The archers.
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Buckley Nelson NNhiTing
ReporTers are Trained To be alerT and To reporT correcTly
The various evenTs oT The school. The daily news is
summed up concisely in various TeaTures, such as The
ediToriaIs, news arTicles, and sporTs arTicles, in order ThaT
The sTudenT may relive everyday college liTe by reading.
WiTh The school The Tower grew, and The I946 bi-weekly
paper was The IargesT in iTs hisTory. This year The sTaTT aT-
Tended a sTaTe-wide Journalism lnsTiTuTe in Des Moines,
revived The Press Club, and seT a precedenT by publishing
on The spoT a special General ConTerence issue in lnde-
The Tower sTaTi has uniTed creaTive wriTing wiTh The abiliTy
oT smarT arrangemenT in The publicaTion oT a newspaper To
bring inTormaTion and enioymenT To The sTudenTs.
Business STaTf '
Business Manager ..............,,.,..,..... Biloine WhiTing
AdverTising AgenTs: Donald BenTon, Maxine
CoThern, Lou Denman Shearer, DoroThy Wilder
Romig, Donna Williams.
CirCulaTiOr1 Manager ......,..,,,,,,, Bonnibelle Nelson
AssisTanTs: Jessie Bruch, Beverly BuTTerworTh,
TypiSTS ...,................ Marian BarriTT and Jean Self
FaculTy Advisor .,,.,,,,,,,,,,,-,,,,,,,,,,-.,,,, W, S, Gould
Brock, Terry, Williams, Muir.
RiTchie, SkelTon, Buckley.
France, Nelson, WhiTing.
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' Ef.Ti+orial STaTF .
Co-EdiTors-in--chiei .... Jeane Nelson
and BeTTy Buckley
AssociaTe FdE:Tor .... Malcolm RiTchie
FeaTure Edifor .... Josephine SkelTon
SporTs EdiTor -. .......... David France
ReporTers: June Andrew, Donna
ATwood, OTTo Bacon, Barbara
Berridge, Marian Bishop, Alice
Carlile, Joyce Comer, Cecii ET'
Tinger. KenneTh Fry, DoroThy
l-lamilTon, Jeanne l'lunTer, Biif
Jackson, Doris Miller, Audrey
Nakabe, Lily Ng, David Ohara,
Jane Parks, Fern Updike PraTT,
AlTreda Rosef-i'iJoseph Sage,
Carolyn ScoTT, Doris Terry, Fran-
ces Tomlinson, Clark VincenT.
Proolireadersz lvy Rose Brock and
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"Curfain" .... and flwe Graceland Players began
flieir 25fl1 Anniversary year wiflw "Our Town," a repeaf
performance played fo fwo packed l-lome-coming au-
Wlfien snow fell' fliick and fasf and winfer nipped
even well-muffled ears, "Li'rfle Women" shared flieir
Chrisfmas wifh flue more climafized folk. Immediafely
following flwis piece of domesfic felicify came a play of
a differenf fype, "The Mysfery of flie Masked Girl."
As flue flwermomefer rose, so did gspirifsg imaginafion
neared ifs elasfic limif. Resulf: Surrealism parfy'wiflw
emofions and symbols and purple and green ice cream.
The one-acf play confesf in earlysspring afforded an
evening of firsf-rafe enferfainmenf. Slworfly afferward,
fhe. Graceland Players presenfed James f'lilfon's famous
play, "Losf l-lorizon."
On fliis, flieir 25fli Anniversary year wiflw lvlr. Roscoe
Faunce as sponsor, flie Graceland Players review wiflw
some degree of pride and safisfacfion fne years flfiaf
have marked flieir developmenf.
"Wine, Women, and Song" Skelfon
SU RREALISM PARTY
- Fields Barnes
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Bobby Ann Gossadge -- Secrefary
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