Evergreen (Eureka, Mont.) 1946-1968, October 04, 1957, Image 1

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* VoI. A l l no,_2 Lincolii County nlrh School. £ur no lit Ox act Gc t . A , .19 57 * S t u d e n t B o d y P i c k s S t P e t e r — C h u c k O s i e r L C ' M S e r s ' G o T o T o S A R C A P Thirteen members of the Eureka CAP squad­ ron traveled to Hamil­ ton via' three planes and a station wagon to attend a SARCAP hold there Sept. lip and 15. The search and rescue mission started early Saturday morning when an Air Force pi\no was reported missing on a flight from Missoula to Dubois, Idaho. Then a simulated search was conducted with reports coming in from all over Montana which had to be affirmed or dis­ proved. They wore then relayed from the Mis­ sion Commanders office and the Public Infor­ mation Office in other buildings to headquar­ ters where Margaret Shea typed progress reports on the search. Planes wore sent out to search certain sec­ tions of the country. There were radio tran­ smitters out on tho runway which sent in the time of arrival and departure to Com­ munications headquar­ ters. Betty Clark and Gloria Hoiboin were assigned to this post. They had to keep track of all of the pianos coming in and going out, how long they should be gone and what time they should bo back. Shannon Shea, Mrs. Rich, and Mrs. Ivan Ingram worked in (cant, on P. 21) Beat Mission, Lions'. 1 M E F r o s t T o E d i t . 5 8 L i o n The senior class of LCHS has chosen the staff for their year­ book the\Lincoln Lion\ for 1957-58. Mary Frost was chosen as editor with Ernie Roo as assistant; Alice Quirk, business manag­ er; Shannon ^hea, lit­ erary editor; Carol Peltier, photograph editor; with Lorna Johnson as assistant; Charles Osier, sports' editor; Harriet Svins and Glonna Erickson, art editors; and Dolores Rein and Gloria Heibein, circu­ lation managers. The group will meet at a later date to make the arrangements for starting on the annual, T V I A P l a n s F a l l F e e d The Tobacco Valley Improvement Associat­ ion hold a special meeting Thursday even­ ing, Sept. 26, at tho hi^h school. President Winton Wovdemover held a regular business mooting. Tentative plans wore made for the annual Harvest Banquet, but no defin­ ite date has boon de­ cided on. There w\s a small attendance, so the meeting was ad­ journed oarlv. The Border ip—H ^lub of Eureka, will hoi-' its next meeting at the home of George Shea on Oct. lip. Bob St. Peter, sonioi; defeated Shannon Shea in the election for president of tho Stu- dont Council and Char­ les Osier, also a sen­ ior, won over Janet Skelly for vice pres­ ident. The elections were held brT the en­ tire student body of LCHS. Carol Peltier was elected secretary by the representatives. Those in Student Coun­ cil this year are Bob St. Peter, Charles Osier, Ernie Roo, sen­ ior; Ilia Op son, jun­ ior; Bob Johnson, sophomore; Teddy Clarke, freshman; Carol Peltier, GAA; Shannon Shea, Pep' Clulq and Steve Madison, Evergreen. Each c 1 b 3 3 and club in school is allowed to bo represented. Student Council is an organization to sponsor school im­ provements and okay dates for various activities chosen by the classes and clubs. R a i n b o w H o l d s I n s t a H o t i o n The order of the Rainbow for Girls met Sept. 23 . The regular mooting was called to order by Mary Frost, Worthy Associate Ad­ visor. Jo\.nne Stocknor, Jeanne Apeland, and Sandy Belles were appointed for the ccm- mittoo of chasing tho date for the waffle (cent, on P. 15)

Evergreen (Eureka, Mont.), 04 Oct. 1957, located at <http://www.montananewspapers.org/lccn/Evergreen/1957-10-04/ed-1/seq-1/>, image provided by MONTANA NEWSPAPERS, Montana Historical Society, Helena, Montana.