Evergreen (Eureka, Mont.) 1946-1968, October 19, 1956, Image 15

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- O c . t o . h a r . 1 . 8 . . , : . . . . . . I . 9 - $ 6 . . . . . . . — . . . I h a - E . v . a r . g r . a a t t ' . . . . . . . . . . . _ _ _ . . -Page,J 5 . . Pep Club Has Nutting's Car Pep Rally Damaged T h e P e p Club of L C J i . S sponsored a pep rally Thursday night. Octo­ ber 11 down t o w n . , The Cheerleaders, Bessie Bergette, Sharon Doug­ las, Shaneen Wollan, and Shirley Pdpley, did a number'of yells. Bruce Kaufman, LCHS senior, said \I think we will win if get out there and fight.\ Sharon Borup, LCHS senior, spoke to the group saying \Our team will win, if we get out there and back them up.\ After the cheer­ leaders were through, Mike Gwynn led the ■ ' ' s n a k e dance. \ At least forty students of LCHS ran across the streets, and up and down the sidewalks. In front of Gibbons Garage the cheer­ leaders did^ another yell nWe Like Our Team\ with. all the students circling them New Deer , Hunting System Lincoln County, deer season will have a now system of hunting this year. ■ In previous years, deer season opened with buck hunting only and later it began with buck hunting for the first of the sea­ son and then doe sea­ son opened the last week of the season. Last year the season opened with buck and does both all season. This year hunters are allowed two deer apiece, one Whitetail and one mule deer, providing they get the extra tag* The reason for this is to get rid of the mule d e . e r c . 'BEA T L ! B B Y !! h i ’ jL.i£Z£X3i~£ Art Nutting’s unoc­ cupied 1 9 5 6 Chevrolet station wagon rolled over a bank on Black Butte Wednesday, even­ ing, October 10. nr. Nutting had got­ ten out of his car to look at a flat tire when it rolled down the road and went over the bank, turned over and stopped when its left rear fender hit a. tree. The top and right door were bashed in, windshield on the right was shattered, front and rear left fenders crumpled and a broken side window. A rough estimate of the damage was $ 6 0 0 , Daller Has * Accident Lloyd Daller,a local logger who Is now haul­ ing for Henry Keller, • was injured on Monday, October 8. A log fell from his truck while he was putting the binder chains on the logs and hit him in the head It was a glancing blow because, all it did was to put a large dent in his tin hel­ met and giVe ' him a black eye. He was taken to the Whitefish Hospital right after the acci­ dent just to make sure there were no in— jerieS' to h i s . neck or brain.1 Donaldson Has Operation Harry : f Donaldson, proprietor of the Marshall Wells store ifl Eureka • u n d ' Q f w e n t an operation for '• a glandurlar ailment \ in the G e n e r a l ' . . Kospit- . \ a'l in K a l i s p ' e l l Qct#g \ 9 . ■ ' ■ i Mr. Donaldson came to Eureka three years ago and was Eureka’s Athletic director from 1 9 5 3 to 1955. Hall, Workman Horne From Army Eugene Hall and Roger Workman, LCHS 1954 graduates, return­ ed home from the army Monday, Sept. 8. They were stationed at Fort Hood, Texas. Gene drove his ’53 olds- rnobile and was accom­ panied by Roger and other boys which were left at their homes. \Gene received a med­ ical discharge because of having formerly had a broken foot which hindered him in army duty. Roger is return­ ing, to Fort Hood Sept. 19. He Is planning on attending a Quarter­ masters school. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hibbert have purchased Mrs. Marion Frost's house in East Eureka,. Mr, and M r s . E d Richardson w i l l cele­ brate their Golden Wedding Anniversary, Sunday, November4 at 2 pm, Masonic Temple in Eureka. O. K. * USED CARS Gibbons Garage 1 9 5 * + Mercury 4— dr. A. 4. 1 9 4 - 9 Dodge 4-door A-l Condition * ■ 4 ' 1 9 4 6 International 2-ton 1955 3/4 T. Chevrolet 1 9 4 9 Chevrolet '4-dr. Just Overhauled 1951 Buick Roadmaster B ill's D I N E R A good place to eat I! Home-baked pastry

Evergreen (Eureka, Mont.), 19 Oct. 1956, located at <http://www.montananewspapers.org/lccn/Evergreen/1956-10-19/ed-1/seq-15/>, image provided by MONTANA NEWSPAPERS, Montana Historical Society, Helena, Montana.