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April 18, 1957 S t u d e n t s T o T a k e T r i p Werner Hold, K LCHS toachcr, is going to take v Joan. McCann, Donald Gibson, Carol Peltier, Shannon and Margaret Shoa, C-ordon C i Imond, and Prank West to Bozoraan, whore tho group will attend tho 1957 High School week at tho Montana Stato Collogo in Bozomen, May 2 thru May I.. 4 Tho Students will stay in some of tho collogo housing on tho campus. T h e l r n a K a u t z m a n H o n o r e d A birthday dinner, was given in honor of Thelma Kautzraan, Thurs day, April 11, at her homo. Tho group watched TV ' and than Thelma opened •many lovely gifts. Those present were •Dorothy Quilling, Ber- nico Quilling, Sandra Frost, Dolores Rein, Thelma Kautzman, and Mr. and Mrs, Manuel Kaut zman, ________ SVERQRSEK. __ _ __ Mary Moses, Fortlne teacher, and I rs. Loe Utter, VPW auxiliary President, and former president. Dorothy’s essay will bo sent in to state to compote with winners from other tr”^s. The winner from state will compete with winners from the other states for national firsts. L a s t P a p e r W a s G O O F E D Did you notice all the blunders in \ the last issue of the Evergreen? especially the one that stated ^gasil Cook, 1956 grad uate, had purchased a 1 9 5 6 Mercury convert ible? I wonder if Mer cury, Inc. could sue us for showing the ’ 58 model ahead of time? \Also the head \Class Mops\ was another in teresting error. I don’t know- what tho artist who blundered j t , h a t time was thinking of -- (must have boon a bath) but in case some others haven’t figured it out, it was intend ed to bo \Maps.\ 3 - 6 - ____ _ ___ _ ____ Page __ 11 __ B y e r s H a u I S a n d F o r F i e l d Baird Dyers and Larry Dyers hauled - •sand in their ‘dump truck from Sheldon Canyon, near Eureka. They hauled tho sand to the LCHS track where they filled the broad jumping pit. Tho high jumping pit has been filled ’with new shavings hauled by Bob St. Peter, Keith McCully, Hurt Roose David Patrick, \ Dale Patrick, Roger Hall, and Ceorge Johnson* C h o r u s T a k e s T e s t While six weeks tests were being taken this time Art Dotter- woich gave his cboru3 a test too. The \iris sang solos with the ac- conpanyment to deter mine whether or not they knew their part^ This is the first test •Mr. Dotterwoich has ever given the chorus. .... Ho school Friday. E s s a y C o n t e s t (COnt. from page lc) The essays wore rnado a olflso pi-oj-oot and English III students were chosen because they had been doing that type of work. Tho title was \ Aner i c a ’ s Crusade For ?reo ion’s Fights.\ Tho contest is. nation wido and open to all High school students. Tho judging was done by Mrs. Edwin HoIson former teacher, Miss SEE , MABLE LEONARD YOUR EUREKA REPRESENTATIVE FOR \ . PROM CORSAGES Int or class track meet ---------------- April l?-l 8 Good Friday --------------------------- April 15 Junior-Gout or Banquet ---------------- April 22 Junior Prom and County Track Moot --- April 27 Evergreen --- - --------------------- Libby Invitational Track Meet --- Divisional Track Meet ------------ M I E A and State Track at Ilissoula- Baccalauratc ---------------------- Semester Tests ---------- ■ --------- Graduation ------------------------ Schools Out ----------------------- 4 I H A P P Y E A S T E R F R O M T H E E V E R G R E E N „ n « 11 oH, -C, 3 V - ■ % , , -May 9 -nay 16— 18 19 22—23 23 25 M A l r 3