Evergreen (Eureka, Mont.) 1946-1968, March 20, 1959, Image 1

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VoZoUII N0rl3 Lincoln County High School Eureka.Montana March 2 0 ,1959 State Delegates nosen Girl and Boy's state delegates and alter­ nates were chosen by the faculty, March M-„ Boy's State delegates chosen were Bob Burk, Neil West, and -John Stoken0 Alternates were Robert Johnson, David Leonard, and David M„ Fa dye a m Girl's State delegates chosen were Jean Higle and Ann LaRoque. Alternates were Lynette Workman and Shirley.Grob* Girl's State will be at Montana State Col­ lege, Bozeman, during the week of June 21- 28, Boy's State will be at the campus of West­ ern Montana College of Education ’at Dillon from August 15-23. These candidates are picked on the bas­ is of leadership and citizenship. son - w i meyer Prepare Machine Idell Wsydemcyer and Ilia Ann Olson con­ structed a liquid air machine to demonstrate the principles of refrigeration at the Science Fair in Kali- spell, March 19-20o The\machine consists of a motor,\ compres­ sor, a can containing small copper ceils through which .water runs, and a large in­ sulated box containing a big copper coil en­ closing a smaller coil. It took the girls approximately three weeks to prepare thq, machine. It is affec­ tionately called \our backyard still\ by the two scientists. Junior - Senior SPlay Cast Selected The junior-senior play cast fbr the play,\Aaron Slick from Punkin Creek\ has been chosen by Blythe Lestrud and David Swanberg. Those who received parts are Blaine Wol- lan, Aaron Slick;Paul~ ine Held, Mrs. Beary; Delila DePratu, Sis; David McFadyean, Clar­ ence; Richard Welch, Merridew; Dorothy Sto- ken, Gladys; and Lyn- .ette Workman as Lady in Red. The date of the play has not been set- loRoqu e <3 ets Com mendation Cadet Fred R, La­ Roque, son of LCHS coach, Fred LaRoque, 6 2 ’ Company 1-2, U. S.; military academy, West Point, New York, received a letter of commendation for receiving his 19£2 class numerals in cross country track. He recently broke the record for the Plebe two-mile run. He is in the upper 30$ of his class. He belongs to the Plebe Choir and the Catholic Choir. He Is a gradu­ ate of Flathead County High School. The seniors are spon­ soring a dance tonight at t h ' e gym. \ I I The school boards cf Roosevelt Grade School and Lincoln County High School met in their first joint ses­ sion on March 13 , at LCHS. Pete Klinke was elected Chairman and M.L, West, Vice- Chairman, to serve in these capacities at all joint meetings,. Mrs. Glessie Kemp is secretary by virtue of her office as County Superintendent„ The board is . asking for applications for the position of Super­ intendent of District 13 schools. Teacher Placement Bureaus will be notified of the va­ cancy; any local ap­ plications will be considered also. The high school ex­ tra levy of 3 mills is divided as followss la- mills is for the pur­ pose of hiring a music teacher'. The other 1 - g - mills is merely per­ mission to spend fed­ eral funds already on hand and will not be an added tax. The grade school is asking for a divided levy; first, for 9i mills to be used to hire an additional teacher, to pay sal­ ary increments, to provide for maintain- ance and supplies. The second part of the levy is for 5£ mills; this is to increase teachers' base pay to a more comparable lev­ el with other schools, No definite date has been set for the next meeting„ A Hawaiian theme was chosen for the junior prom which will be held April 25 .

Evergreen (Eureka, Mont.), 20 March 1959, located at <http://www.montananewspapers.org/lccn/Evergreen/1959-03-20/ed-1/seq-1/>, image provided by MONTANA NEWSPAPERS, Montana Historical Society, Helena, Montana.