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Pa^o li £ v . e . r - g . j ; . e . a a - a s s o f ' 5 3 H a v e R e u n i o n The graduates of the class of ’S 3 are plan ning a five year class reunion to be held this spring. The tentative plans are to hold a'potluck picnic oh Memorial Day, Saturday, May 3 1 . Any members of this class can write to Mrs. Duke Baney (Ann Skelly) to find out further plans, regard ing this event. m u s i c i n e p t . H o l d C o n c e r t For an evening of entertainment and en joyment, attend tho LCHS Spring Music Con cert of Familiar Music Tuesday evening, April 29, at 8 pm, directed by Terry Akagi. All the groups per forming will' be the Mixed Chorus, Girls Chorus and Band. They will put on a performance Tuesday afternoon at 3 pm for the high and grade school students. The program will consist of popular music, Broadway show tunes and instrumental swing tunes. ATTEND THE JUNIOR PROM April 26th, 9pm-lam. L Y N N S A G o o d C A F E P l a c e T o E a t a n d B e P l e a s e d 1 o s l a u g h t e e A t t e n d l f E I E / % Donald Boslaugh and Clarence Lee attended the Inland Empire Ed ucation Association meeting in Spokane April 9-11. After coming back to Eureka for the week-end thev left again to attend tho Montana School Ad ministrator . Meeting in Helena, April l l | . - 1 7 . a u t z m a n e l e b r a t e s A surprise bihthday party was given, hon oring Thelma Knutzman on her birthd day, April 11. Those who her celebrato Nancy Douglas, Hoibein, Bernice' and Dorothy Quilling, Shannon and Margaret Shea, Paulind Held, Dolores Rein, Betty Clark arid-Evelyn Mc- Callister from Libby, Glenna Erickson, Mrs. \y, Fri- holped were Gloria William'Howe Carol Peltier, Mr. and Mrs. Burgess'Drake, Mr. and Mrs. Manuel Kautz- man and Thelma. Games were played and after a lunch of whipped Jcllo, sand- nickles wichds, cake, Thelma her gifts. op and mod _ _ _ _ _ _ April 1 8 , 1938 L e o n a r d G r a d u a t e s fPromMS>U Donald Archie Leon ard, son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Leonard, Eureka, was graduated from Montana State University at Missoula at the end of winter quarter with high hon ors with a B.S. degree in Business Admini stration. Leonard was tho only student to graduate this quartch with high honors, which mo'ms that ho has maintained better than a 3.5 grade index for his full college career. Ho is a mombof of Alpha Kappa Psi, honorary for business administration stu dents' and Beta Gamma Sigma, national honor ary scholastic frater nity to which only the top three per cent of tho junior class can bo eligible. A p r i l 3 0 i s W o o l D c o d l m o April 30th is the final date to apply for wool incentive payment. Ranchers and farmers who sold wool or unshorn laitibs be tween April 1 , 1957 and March 3 1 , 1968 have probably earned a payment under the wool incentive program but they must apply at their County Agricult ural Stabilization and Conservation Office not later than ' April 30th to collect. Pay ments on approved ap plications will bo made during the summer of 1968. ATTEND THE SENIOR PLAT MAY 9th, LCHS Gymll1ll