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F a n s G o T o T o u r n e y Eureka should be proud of the wonderful support, from the stu dents and town people, given to the LCHS Lions at the district tournament in l/hite- fish. Many thanks goes to those who attended the tournament games. Grade school stwt- dents that went were Eugene Roekman, David MacFadyean, J e r r y Stockner, Christine Rcose, Judy Frost, Neil and Allan West, Carol Heibein, Carol Davis a n d Carol Graves. LCHS students who attended were Linda Roose, Norma Swenson, Ava Lynn Voorhees, Ruth Nelson, Barbara Lamey, Karen Hanson, Mary Ann Gwynn, Shir ley Ripley, Rosemary Torres, Myrna alavana, Eliza be th Himmes oe te, Jim Leonard, M i k e Gwynn, Fritz Lamey, Dale Patrick, Ernie Roo, xiurt Roose, Caroline Decker, Toby Price, Sandra Borup, Sandra Bolles, Sharon Borup, Bessie B e r- gette, Sharon Douglas'\ Margaret and Shannon Shea, J o a n McCann, Carol Peltier, Bernice Quilling, Mary Ellen Frost, Lorna Johnson, Delores Rein, T o m Farr, Glenna Erickson, Roger Hall, Alice Quirk, Ilia Ann Olson, George Johnson, T o m Cuffe, Gene McKenzie, Janet Skelly, Arlette March 9. 1956 ________ A g e r v t : A U V/ollan, Kay N e s s, Shirley DeShazer, Laura Webb, I d e 1 1 Weydemeyer, Chuck and Sharon Osier, Patsy Dickinson, Ella Jean Yoppe, Gail Carpenter, Nancy Douglas, Betty Clark, Joyce Scher- merhorn, John Doble, Steve Madison, Rodney and Sidney Cone, Bill Cheevers, Ronnie St. Onge and Rita Graham. A t e - e t > e w 4 > - people that attended were Don MacFadyean, Mar shal James, Father Burke, Edith Quilling, Peggy Titchbourne, Lyle Irwin, Jackie Stevens, Mr. and Mrs. Don Gropp, Mr. and Mrs. Gale Holder, Mr. and Mrs. Dean Evir.s, Mr. Boslaugh, M r. Biggar, Mr. Held, Mrs. Lamey, Ross McKenzie, Dale Holder, R a y Titchbourne, Gordon Riley, M r s . C.N. Voorhees, Mr, and Mrs. Bob Purdy, Helen Marie Voorhees, Mrs. Retries Bergettet, Mr. and Mrs. Wylie Osier, Mr , and 1>Ars. Darrell Roose, CIBBONS ____ The Evergreen _____ Charlotte Holies, Bob Danny and Ray DeSha zer, Mr. and .Mrs. Lloyd West, Mrs, Marie Richardson, ur. and Mrs. Jack Stevens , Mrs. Sylvester Frost, C, 0. Wcllan, L e s Karris, Mr. and Mrs. R od ne y W'i 1 1 , M r . a r.d Mrs. Harvey Swenson, Mr. and Mrs. Emmit Quirk, Alfred Lillie. *TT A REPAIRS Call us for fast, courteous, depend- i able service on any j make of TV set. Our Code of Ethics j stands behind every j repair job. _____________ Page 19 _ Ray Bcrroth Eureka, Montana Phono A 3 R 2 GARAGE S.alety Age -- Steel .Shield B. S. Royal Master Tiros Safety Against; Punctures Blow Outs Skid s Latest in Fashion Colors White with ♦Blue Brown ♦Green ♦Black ♦On Hand Ready For You, m is u r aiiice c io u ff ARNOLD C. PLUID In Case of Accident You'll need the T O I N S U R A N C E P O S ' S T 0 1 c P h o n e 4 7 3 b