Evergreen (Eureka, Mont.) 1946-1968, November 02, 1956, Image 1

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Vol. X No. Lincoln County High School, Eureka, Mont.November 2, 1956 I K E E L E C T E D A T L C H S - D E M O C R A T S W I N A L L S T A T E O F F I C E S E X C E P T . F O R T H E A T T O R N E Y G E N E R A L A n ' n u a I S t a f f • £ l e c t e d The senior class, of . 1 56 - 1 57 at LCHS, elect­ ed their annual -staff tin their class meeting October 28. Those elected were ,Sharon Douglas, editor .'.Marie Stephenson., co­ editor, Shirley Ripley Don Gibson, and Shan- een Wollan, photo edi­ tors , Bessie Bergette, .business manager; Pat- 'sy : Berg and Beatrice .Rogers, Circulation .managers, Harbert .. Branscome, sports edi­ tor, Kenny Frost, art „editor, , Sharon Borup and Dale Patrick, lit- .erary editors. •Shaneen Woilan C r o w n e d Shaneen Wollan, LCHS ; senior candidate, -was crowned as homecoming queen of 1956 at the annual .. homecoming dance held at the high school gym October 21 . The ' candidates Christie Lenarz, LCf \ Club 5 Sharon Borup, GAA; Caroline Burnett, * i FH A ; Carol Peltier, Pep Club; Ga.il Carpen­ ter, junior class; Toby Price, sophomore; Dorothy Stoken,'fresh- . men; Lorna Johnspn, Student Council; . and Shaneen Wollan, senior class; all received rose corsages from the LC Club.-..Then they lined up on the stage as they were intro­ duced and Shaneen was (Cont. on Page 8 ) President Dwight D, Eisehhower and Vice President Richard M. Nixon were reelectedfor Ftheir second terms in office by a majority -vote by the LCHS student body in a straw poll Wednesday, Oct. 31. G r ob ~ E vejene M a r r y Phyllis Grob and Dick Eve jene were married in Bonners Ferry, Idaho, on Oct­ ober 20. Phyllis wore a turquoise net suit. Betty Stacy and Don Evejene stood up for the bride and groom. Mr. and Mrs. Ev .jene are now living in Kal- ispell where Phyllis will work after - Dick goes back. into the Navy. Phyllis was a former LCHS junior. 0 e S h a z e r - - - - - B r a w n i e y We.d Shirley N©ra ' De- Shazer and Wi.>. liam Chester Brawniey were united in marriage Monday, October 22, at Coqur De'Alene, Idaho. Gaj.pl Burch and Dale Childs were witnesses, and Mrs. Ben Hanson attended. The bride wore a blue suit with white . accessories. Carol wore a brown dress with white ac­ cessories . Mr. and Mrs.Brawnlee plan to make their home in De Leon, Texas. The groom in employed by the forest service. : The bride will finish her senior year in Texas. t She is a fjormer Lincoln County High School-Senior. Although the students voted Republican for the top executives, the other offices were definitely Democrat. The other offices were Representative Bill McDonald, Rep., T 8 , Lee Metcalf, Demo., 105; Governor J. Hugo Aron­ son, Rep., 72, Arnold Olsen, Demo., 75; Lieu­ tenant Governor Paul Cannon, Demo., 78, Geo­ rge Gosman, Rep., 70; Secretary of State Edna Hinman, Rep., b 6 , Frank Murray, Demo . , 93; Attorney General Mitchel Q 'Connell Rep., 72, Forrest Anderson, Demo., 6 A; State Treasurer, George Dav­ is , Rep., 63, Horace Casey, Demo., 83;State Auditor Alex Cunning­ ham, Rep., 58, John H o l m e s D e m o . , 88 ; Railroad and Public Service Commissioner Leonard Young, Rep., 68 ; Lou Boedeckcr, Demo., 79; State Superintend­ ent Harriet Miller, Rep., 70, Mary M. Con­ don, Demo,, 7*+; Assoc­ iate Justice of the Supreme Court (non partisans) Hugh Adair A 6 , Albert\Angstman 2 ?, E. K. Cheadle, .15; James Freebourn 57; Judge of the District Court Eleventh Judici­ al District (non part­ isans) Dean King 88, Edward G. Schroeter 59. \Autumn Leaves\ Nov. Senior Nov. 10 Ball i0 X

Evergreen (Eureka, Mont.), 02 Nov. 1956, located at <http://www.montananewspapers.org/lccn/Evergreen/1956-11-02/ed-1/seq-1/>, image provided by MONTANA NEWSPAPERS, Montana Historical Society, Helena, Montana.