Evergreen (Eureka, Mont.) 1946-1968, November 30, 1956, Image 5

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November 30? 1956 Evergreen Page 5 Seniors Maker* V * L : ;yryey ?he LCHS senior cl'ss at the present has 39 members, when they were green little freshmen they started out with around sixty 'classmates, Here is what happen­ ed to them in their freshmen, sophomore, junior and senior year. Those dropped are Patsy Seeley, Dorothy Beach, Ruth Cook, Alta MacDonald, latsy Rog­ ers, Rita Teigen, Ray DeSnaser, Terry M-iller, Wallace Monk, Roger Parker, Roger Norton, Tom Waters, Barton Wright; Tom Collins, Gerald' ; Puckett, Rita Graham Stevens, Peggy Titchbourne • Irwin, Gloria Wagar, Shirley Hoyt Roberts, Phoebe Van Horn Maloy, Joan Smith Roedel, Verna Conn Gibson, Daisy Burk Burgess, Ardis Bucholz Fagen, Beverly Bernhardt O ’Brien, tinda Tyrone. Webb, Edna : Gibson, Jerie Lei’b, Shirley DeShazer Brownlee, and Lorre1 Irwin MeKeen, Out of these 2G LCHS pupils, 15 girls and 2 boys are married and the rest are either in . the service, working -on jobs around the • community or surround­ ing vicinity, or have moved away, ‘ Besides the 15 mar­ ries girls, there are -2 married girls still -■attending LCHS and planning tc graduate with the c-lass. Lion Honors Mrs. Thomas .. The 195.7 \Lincoln Lion\ will be dedi­ cated- to Mrs, Frank Thomas, who was city librarian, and devoted guide and friend of all * Eureka- school children for * ' many y.ear§. Theme of the yearbook will be Wild­ life and conservation with Kenneth Frost’s drawings on the divi­ sion pages to carry out this idea. The annual covers will be charcoal and gold and will feature an original drawing by art editor Kenny Frost, Kenny’s drawing will be put on the padded cover by the silk-screen process, Arnold Reed, Josten’s representative, ex­ plained to the Lion staff. This type of cover will be more original and less ex­ pensive than other kinds, Sharon Douglas, Lin­ coln Lion editor, says there will bo many new features in the ’57 book, Along with for­ mal portraits of the students and faculty, there will be informal pictures of the. •trail­ ers and classes in action, Activities of the clubs will be covered and more pages of school events are planned, To help finance the book, sponsor pages are again being used. The sponsorships are sold to ~r-.ere.sted persons for $10, That person; will have his name on a page and It will be again in the back of the book. Annual staff members who hope to bring out one of the best Lions yet are Sharon I)oug- las, editor; Bessie Bergette, business manager; Sharon Borup and Dale Patrick, lit­ erary •editors; Kenny Frost, art editor; Patsy Berg and Bea­ trice Rogers, circu­ lation managers; and Shaneen Wollan, Don Gibson, and Shirley Ripley, photo editors. The junior class play \Here Comes Char­ lie\ under she direc­ tion of David Swanberg has been called off due to other social engagements of the play cast. Linda Stevens, LCHS senior, typed 5o cwpm with no errors. Mrs, Sheas reported that this is the !.J .highest speed with no errors this year. Pep Club members will usher people with re­ served seats to their places at the basket- ‘ball games this year. 323 Main Street in Kalispell, Mont. YOUR DEALER FOR Smith Corona rJ'~' croc3 Royal ana Remington Olympia PORTABLE TYPEWRITERS Get Your ' Smith Corona in the beautiful Holiday case. TYPEWRITERS COME IN: PINK ’ GREY SAND and BLUE MIST GREEN ■ See us for personalized Christmas Cards TYPERWRITERS AND ADDING MACHINES FOR RENT

Evergreen (Eureka, Mont.), 30 Nov. 1956, located at <http://www.montananewspapers.org/lccn/Evergreen/1956-11-30/ed-1/seq-5/>, image provided by MONTANA NEWSPAPERS, Montana Historical Society, Helena, Montana.