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4 Vol. XII No. 6 Lincoln County High School, Eureka, Mont. Nov. 29, 1957 Legion Sponsors Carnival The annual Christinas Troe Carnival was held Nov. 15 and 16 at tho community hall, spon sored by the American Legion. There booths, were a fish five pond, and a Bingo game which featured, man? prizes and fun for all. A Christmas tree tying contest followed the carnival evening ■ foi and. women, first ■'an prize • ■ gi were $20 an spoct ivoly.* test ant.§ ha four six Donald R. t ime d The Saturday both men here we.ro- second en which 115 ro- Tho cen to bale o o-t t re c s * Boslaugh tho contestants. four i tostants and jomon con- tho ir Webb -Sommers Wed In California Laura Webb, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. V. D. Webb of Rexford, and Ross Sommers of Stock- ton, Calif., were mar ried Sunday Nov. 17 in the Marine Bose Chapel in San Diego. The bride wore a bridal blue dress with Navy accessories and white carnations. The Maid of Hon^r, Gail Grant wore a pink dress with, white car nations . Laura is Women's Mari Ross is in th o.or Corps' of Air Force stationed Laura is unto of Mr. a are A number of band in struments have boon purchased by the music department for the LCHS band. Tho instruments aro all second hand and wore purchased t^rou^h McIntosh's Music Store in Kalispoll. T h e ’\’ were repaired in Spok ane and then sent t~ LCDS on Nov. 19. There are 19 trumpets, 12 clarinets, 5. trombones, m o small- tuba and one saxophone. Thov were purchased for $289 ^nd tho re pairs cost M25-. rry Akagi made Spokane to in- *nstrumonts . rs aro these