Evergreen (Eureka, Mont.) 1946-1968, March 22, 1957, Image 1

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0 Vi L C H 5 R e c e i v e s F a t h e r D e l a n e y D i e s I n K a l i s p e l I Rev. Father Harry J. Delaney, 69, died Mon­ day at the Kalispell General Hospital where he served as chaplain since 1955. Father Delaney was born March 26, 1887, in St. Paul,Minnesota. He received his schooling for the priesthood in the sem­ inary at St. Paul and was ordained into the priesthood June 1 * 4 - , 192*4, in St. Paul. After he was ordain­ ed, he was assigned to St. Joseph parish in Butte and later was Chaplain of St. Joseph Hospital in Deer Lodge. In 1936, he was assigned to Our Lady of Mercy Church in Eureka and served here until going to the Kalispell hospital. (Cont. on Pago H o m e r McCullough P a s s e s A w a y Funeral services for Homer McCullough, 81, were held Tuesday, March 12, at the Wag- gener & Campbell Chap­ el. Trinity Lodge 152, with Meade James, act­ ing master, held rit­ ualistic services. Burial was in the family section of Conrad Memorial Cem­ etery with Byron Olsor} Lawrence Borup, Alfred B. Tuxill, Merrill L. Tripp, Kenneth Gwynn, and William L. Fewkes, pallbearers. Mr. McCullough was born in Grenville, Ontario, Canada, where he spent a pnm'hor* o-f* years. He married $ 4 o 6 7 F © d e r a l A i Alice Evelyn Thompson on Jan. 5, 1905 at Winnipeg. He later made his home in east­ ern Montana for a time and moved to Eureka in 1 9 2 * 4 where he was manager of the Tobacco River Power Co. until rotiring ahonh two years ago. (Cont. on Page 1 * 4 ) A m b r o s e S t a r s A t M S U Willene Ambrose, 19^5 LCHS graduate, sang the lead in the opera \Riders to the Sea\ and had a part in the Gilbert and Sullivan comic opera \Trial by Jury,\ given by the MSU School of Music on March 7 and 8 . In \Riders To The Sea\ she played the part of an elderly Irish woman who . l o s t ner sons to the sea and was one of the bridesmaids in the Gilbert and Sullivan production. Willene is also a member of the choral group, Jubileers, which has been making trips around the state to sing for different organisations. The Jubileers plan to sing in' Spokane during the latter part of March. Mrs. Anne Ambrose traveled to Missoula on March 8-9 to attend the operas in which ’Willene sang. Junior Prom \Moonlight and Roses\ A x ' t . n o u U n d e r - P L 8 7 4 A telegram, last week, from Montana's four congressmen to Donald R. Boslaugh , LCHS principal, in­ formed him that LCHS was paid $ * 4 - 0 6 7 as fed­ eral aid for the school year 1956-1957, - for first payment. J - ' I l i . C 7 -f- r u o . a - o - A *=r given under P. L. 8 7 * 4 for impacted areas due to Federal Activities. LCHS claims this assistance for all work done on Federally Owned property by par­ ents of LCHS students. These parents work on Federal timber sales, and at Forest Ranger Stations. Last year LCHS re­ ceived $ * 4 - 9 0 0 under P.±L. 8 7 * 4 . here will be an­ other payment for 1 9 5 6 -1957 after school has closed and a Fed­ eral Field Representa­ tive has checked all data given in the applications; G - i r l s A n d B o y s S t a t e r s C h o s e n OK j CL x I McCann and Shannon Shea, with Alice Quirk and Carol Peltier as alternates, and Raymond Holcomb, Charles Osier and Frank West, with John Black, Donald McKenzie and Darrell Pitman as alternates, were chosen by the faculty of LCHS as delegates to go to Montana Girls State and Boys State for 1 9 5 7 The girls session will be held on the campus of the Montana (nnn+- on Pncn iU >

Evergreen (Eureka, Mont.), 22 March 1957, located at <http://www.montananewspapers.org/lccn/Evergreen/1957-03-22/ed-1/seq-1/>, image provided by MONTANA NEWSPAPERS, Montana Historical Society, Helena, Montana.