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Page 12 Groduat i on is Par ting ForSaniors Graduation time is draving near and this year seems to be the first time in several years that all of the seniors have got all their credits so far. May 185 there should be 37 seniors grad uating . The highlights of the seniors since they first entered LCIIS have been many. In their freshmen year they looked foryard to initiation. Being sophomores they had their chance to get back for their nitiation so theygave the freshmen a royal welcome into LCES with their initiation. Junior year found more activities going on in their life. First was the Junior Play. By the time that was over and Christmas went by it was time to begin to decorate for the Junior -Prom,. The close of the junior year brought the Junior-Senior Banquet and the picnic the seniors treated us to, low in the final ,-tages of high school life we see that our experiences are just oeginning. With the Senior Ball . over we re looking forward to Junior Prom which will oe in our honor, Sen- 'or Sneak and the big- night' which is GRADU ATION . After graduation the class will split up, and each person will go on their way and in time forget about most of the fun they had in LCIIS. Dick pQt^rson learns InJourn. The other day Mr. Boslaugh received a letter from Dick Peterson who is in the paratroopers at Fort Bragg, Forth Carolina, In this letter he The Evergreen remarked that the journalism that he took while in high school did him quite a bit of good in the service when he at tended the army Infor mation and Education School at Fort Slocum, lew York m 1 9 9 +* He was elected editor of the paper that was put out there and was able to use a great deal of the infor mation that he learned in high school. When he finished he ranked third out of lk9, most of whom were college graduates. So you can see here's another person that benefited from high school journalism and there are a great many more that it has aided. Teachers H^ar Olson Spf3ak Hugh Biggar, Clar ence Lee, Donald Bos laugh, arthur Dottor- weich, Merrill Tripp, and Paul Milam motored to Kalispell Wednesday night, February 29 to attend a meeting of the Upper Elathead Schoolmasters Assoc iation. It was held in the Flathead County HS cafeteria where a m o l d Olson, Montana's At torney General, and Democratic candidate for Governor, spoke on legal problems rela tive to the public schools of Montana. Attend the March 9 A 1956 NOTICE To W at«r Users Chapter XII Article 1 Water Works and Reg ulations . Rule 37- All water rates shall be charged against the property on which it is furnished and against the owner thereof and if from any cause any sums owing therefore become delin quent, the water shall bo cut off, and in no case shall it be turned on to the same property until all such delin quents shall have been paid in full. Change of ownership or oc cupant shall not affect the application of this section, Aid Class Start5 The Standard First aid Class had their first meeting on Mon day, March 5? at the Rexford Grade Schco^ under the direction of Marl Maufaan. This class is the 18 hour standard first aid, they will meet each Monday and Thursday nights for two hours. Those who were present weros Mr. and Mrs. Dick Clark, Mr. and Mrs.. Arccy DeLa^, M r . a nd Mr s. C la ud e Madden, M. 0. Stark. Louio Drown, Nancy White, Laura Webb, Dick Montgomery, Tea Webb, Don Baillie, Donald Van Hoozer, and Cecil Fletcher. St. Patrick's Dance I