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Evergreen [fish like s Peyton Place This week's sport- light shines on a 6*2\ brown haired, blue eyed senior who's gen erally called Milton Fish. This lad-made his debut on Nov. 30, 1941, in Malta. Milton has played on the basketball team for four years and, at present, plays center for the Lions. He is also student council represenatative for LC club. It was qyite a chore to get answers con cerning his likes and dislikes but I finally got a few although some of them are mis leading, I hope. Milton1s favorite song is \One-Night and his favorite book is PEYTON PLACE. Since James Dean starred in \Habel Without A Cause,\ he like this movie bet ter than any other. \Anything that doesn't get me first,\ is Milton's favorite food. He likes '59 light blue Cadillac convert ibles and thinks he might own one some day. His ideal woman is 36-24-36. Fish enjoys trig more than any other subject and Mr. Tripp December 12, 1958 more than any other teacher. > \• ' •■■He\'has np /'printable favorite expressions* Milton's ambition is to play with the Har lem Globe Trotters. His favorite and on ly hobby is girls. The annual Crazy Auction, sponsored by the Glen Lake school was held Nov. 22, at the school. Ray Frost, who auctioneered, sold many various and dif ferent articles which had been contributed by the school and com munity . Music was supplied by Fred Grob and Bud Moses. A fIddle'accop- dian solo was played by Grob and Mary Moses. The Glen Lake students danced and played piano solos while the Tooley Lake children enacted out an old Dutch dance. For extra entertain ment there was a grab bag and a candy sale. After the auction, the ladies served a pot luck lunch. A tot al of $79 was cleared and one half of this will be used to pur chase new school eq uipment while the re mainder will be put lii on the community Christinas tree. .page— 1 1 A benefit pinochle party, in honor of Mr. and Mrs. J0hn Craw f o r d ' . , was given Fri day, December 5, at the Grange Hall in Eureka. , The proceeds, a- mounting to $46.50, were given to Mr. and Mrs. Crawford. Every one that was present brought a useful gift or item for the honor ed couple. There were ten tables of pinochle and a high and a low prize was given for both the men and the women. Doc Smiley won the high prize for the men and Mrs. Carl Kaufman of Rexford, won the high prize for the women. A lunch of sand wiches, pickles, and coffee was served to the 55 guests present. The Iowa Flats School announced that their Christmas pro gram will be Dec. 19« There will be a play \Christmas in Punkin Holler\ which will be given by all the stu dents . Everyone is welcome to attend. Robert and Mary Moses and Janet Skelly traveled to Kalispell on Nov. 29. it ’ s new it ’ s here GE Credit Payment plan. Payments defer red up to three months is ill or un employed. Other ad vantages under this plan. Rexford Television Franchised Dealer Lloyd flDeProtu Fill and Clip This Out If Desirous of Enter ing Annual Christmas Decoration Judging on Decoration © f t Business Houses Outside of Homes Windows These are within a mile radius of city center SIgned______________________ Send Entry Blanks To: Box 535 ?kcy Iwlontana