Evergreen (Eureka, Mont.) 1946-1968, October 19, 1956, Image 2

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Evergreen October 19, 1956 % •1' m i d (M C N T A nj A \ I t A lEggffegi Member °r !;^ « i&ROl!, Editor ........... ....Geraldine Krueger Circulation Manager ...Marie Stephenson Business Manager ......... Shirley Ripley Production Manager.... Herbert Branscome Advisor ..... . ......Donald R. Boslaugh Activity Tickets ' Issued In previous years students of LCHS and other tonns have had troubles, -when at the annual basketball tournament, getting tickets at student prices. This, of course can be under­ stood because .the tick­ et sellers at these games have no way of knowing whether some­ body is a - student or not. As a result, this led to where many stu­ dents had to pay adult prices for tickets in order to be able to see the games. This year at LCHS a policy has been adopt­ ed to do away with this problem. Each LCHS student will re­ ceive a student card which signify that the bearer is a stu­ dent and these cards will also contain the signatures of the stu­ dent and of Donald R. Boslaugh, , LCHS Principal. LC H 5 HasMany Absentees There is a long absent list on the bulletin board at LCHS this year. Much of this ia need­ less, besides costing the school money, it causes Athe teachers endless trouble and. mix-ups. Also- it would give the students better grades, and cause them less work if they would try harder to make it to school more often. Many students go to ICalispell for no reason, or. just stay home. This could be avoided and make it easier for everyone, so let’s try a little harder, kids, it pays. Jo i n C A P . 1 I- In case some of the ingenious students of LCHS haven’t noticed, the CAP cadets have started wearing their snappy little uniforms on Mondays. Also, for the benefit of those who don’t know, this is done so as to encourage other stu­ dents to join this or­ ganization. If you read the first two issues of the \Evergreen\ this year, you would know some of the things CAP will benefit you by. Gloria Heibein, Deloiis Rein, both LCHS juniors, and Sharon Bor up, LCHS senior, ree ceived a free encamp­ ment at Denver, and Sharon was given a me­ dal for. the most out­ standing girl cadet and got to ride in a jet, ■; Indidentally, the outstanding boy was from Libby. Now, I imagine few students have , ever had an opportunity to ride in a jet or receive a tour of the Southwest- (Cont. on Page 19) ________________ Page 2 Scholarship 5 Available There are several scholarships to be giv­ en to senior students, of LCHS, who are eli­ gible to take them. NROTC College Train­ ing Program registra­ tion date is November 17, 1956 . The exam­ ination will-be given in Missoula on Decem­ ber 8, 1956. National Merit Scho­ larship Program Appli­ cations must be in by October 1, 1956. The examination is given at LCHS on October 2*+, 1956. The rating from this test is sent out to companies who give out scholarship awards . BarbaraArmstonq N g w F r e s h m a n The Freshman Class had a new comer enroll in their class last week. She is Barbara Armstrong and . hails from Kannapolis, North Carolina. Barbara is taking home economics, alge­ bra, English I, ninth grade social studies, and physical educatim. Tree Yard Op e n 0 d A Christmas tree yard has been started one mile south of For- tine on the Winkley farm recently by the Sears Robuck Christmas Tree Yard Company. They will be buying trees from independent sellers around Eureka, Fortine, Trego, and Stryker. Valley Machine And Supply welding Steel Building M a c h ine and A u t o worl< Omar Hudson

Evergreen (Eureka, Mont.), 19 Oct. 1956, located at <http://www.montananewspapers.org/lccn/Evergreen/1956-10-19/ed-1/seq-2/>, image provided by MONTANA NEWSPAPERS, Montana Historical Society, Helena, Montana.