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Page 6 Evergreen February 7, 1958 First Grade Recent visitors to our room were Mrs. Donald Yerian and Rita, Mrs. Jerry Fatalzick, Vickie and John, and Mr o. ii.Oo Anderson. MrS„ F.R. Skinner substituted for Mrs. Boslaugh one afternoon when '• Mrs, Bbslaugh attended a funeral, Mrs, Ronald Williams visited our room one morning last week. The following chil dren have read the re quired ten or more library books; Betty Jo Olt, Mike Pluid, Dorothy Purdy, Vic toria Purdy, Johnny Spencer and Barbara Stephenson. Terri Grobb entered our first grade last Monday, She had been attending 'school in Miles City. We now have 2k children in our class. Second Grade Mrs. Betty Morgan and Mrs. Jordis. Swan son visited our room last week. Lynn Muehlhauser, Sandra Swenson, Ftank- aleen O'Brien and Theresa Morgan each received 100 in their semester spelling tests o 'Third Grade Marsha Fay James is back in school after her trip to Hawaii, She showed us pic tures, pieces of corral, sea shells, and told us of places visited 0 In social studies we have finished our unit on clothing. In con nection with our study of cotton our teacher read us the book about Eli Whitney. Today we are to see films on cotton and wool. Danny Keltner, Rebecca Cuffe and Crystal Butchart were absent Monday due to sickness 0 We were happy to have Mrs. Donaldson and M t ' s . c j i 4mcrc.on recently. Fourth Grade Mrs. Henry Strieker and Mrs. James Swanson visited our room Fri day, January |1. V/e are studying let ter writing in English. We enjoyed the national assembly pro gram at the high school, Monday. F r a n k W e s t (Cont. from page 3) was picked to go to Boys State. Frank started off his senior year by lettering as fullback in football and he is now playing basketball on the A squad'. He was alao elected treasurer in his senior year. Frank is planning on going to college but is un decided where he will go or what cources he will take. T h e B e s t D a y s O f L i f e Did you ever stop to think about all the good things that you get to do when you are in high school? For example take a typical day. You have the joy of getting up at 7:30 with the rest of the birds and th rowing on your clothes in the cold. Then as you grab a piece of cold toast you rush out the door to the bus. The bus trip is very nice, -People are jumping all over you and other things that aid to make you com fortable. You finally get to school. At school you have a choice of many inter esting things; you can stud/, do homework or sit in study hall. You also have the joy of sitting in four inter esting classes. When the bell rings that ciiUo day von drag our „ . . t , books, trudge to the bus and make the trip home. You trudge in the house and finish the day off by study ing. OH! Yes school days are the best days of your life. F e b f u a r y 8 i r t h d a y s Looking through the students-? records of LCHS we find many stu dents . celebrating their birthdays in February. The February cele brants are; Marilyn'Irwin U Pat Dickinson 5 Bob Burk 6 Janice Waters 7 Christine Roose 7 Charles Newton 10 Ernie Roo 10 Billy Holder . 1^ Shannon Shea 18 Jean Higle 21 Shirley Grob 25 S u s a n S t r i e k e r C e l e b r a t e s Mrs. Henry Strieker honored her two year old daughter, Susan, on her second birthday by giving her a party Wednesday, Jan. 29. The afternoon was spent playing games. Mrs. Strieker served birthday cake and ice cream to those attend ing who were Jenny, Julie and Brenda .Mi- kalson, Janice Shew and Joan and Linda Stricken, Mr. and Mrs. George Evins traveled to Kal- ispell, Friday, Jan. 31 , ori business. Mr. and Mrs. Jay F. Stevens, Sr. left . f o r Seeley Lake, Jan. 28 to visit Jay Stevens, Jr. Ross McKenzie and his son, Harold motored to Big Fork to watch the Eureka vs Big Fork