Evergreen (Eureka, Mont.) 1946-1968, December 09, 1960, Image 6

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Png;e..> 6 Evergreen S e n i o r s i n t h e S p e 1 1 i g h t B u s t e r D i c k i n s e n A flash of light, a cloud of dust, oh, it'g only. Buster. But Buzz wasn't always \only.Buster\. Once upon a time, seven­ teen years ago, on March 2, in Eureka, he__was born Harold R. second son to-M\. and Mr§.. Howard Dickinson Harold R.. Dickinson soon christened Bus­ ter., attended his first seven years of school at Fortine:and then it Happened: Hfs. FAMILY MOVED TO' TREGO ’ According to his play mates Buster had alot of fun during his 8th grade days at the Tre go grade school. Like the time his friends- took his shoe, put it on a stick and held it over his- hq,ad— just out of his reach! Oh, those were the good old days! But now Harold R. is happily and firmly established at.LCHS ■. ff. mi, S ' a t i \mxghty .enior1 e has Been m foot­ ball, basketball, track, and has played baseball on the Trego team.for the past two summers. He is also a member of LC Club. After a personal in­ terview with Harold R„ Dickinson we found out the following tid-bits about him. He has no pet peeves except maybe a cer­ tain few from Trego. ■Je Said _____ he has no s special interests, girls excluded, of course. He has no fav­ orite song— loves 'em all. History and girls are his fav­ orite subjects in . school. (What a mix­ ture.) His idea of an ideal car is one with out bucket seats. (I wonder why?) His fav­ orite color is green. Turkey ranks too on his food list. This 5T6 130 pound senior boy ho ies someday to be the proud wearer of the Air Force blue. (Good luck little- man. ) - P o t t y 8 r o . w n •Blond hair, blue eyes, the answer to any boys prayer. Who is it? (as if you did not know) why it’s Patty Brown. She was born July 13, 1913- It couldn’t have been Friday the thirtr enth because her parents were quite lucky to get a baby girl like Patty. The grand city of birth was Ellens- burg, Washington but I guess Patty didn’t like it there because when she was one ber= parents moved to Rex- ford.. They still were not satisfied there so they moved to §ate way where they live still. Patty is spend­ ing her fourth year in Pep Club where she yells our Lions on to victory(Big laugh huh ?,!{) This is also her third year in GAA. Patty was,Homecirning Queen candidate this year for the senior class. ____ _ ______ ■ December 9. I960 Pattyf s pet peeve is red leotards. Any­ one who wished to ar­ gue with her nan write up their com- plajnts and submit them to the Evergreen He? favorite actor is Glenn Ford and favor­ ite actress is Debbie Reynolds. Patty's plans for the future are to \\rork as a waitress at Swenson's Lodge in Troy for a year. Af­ ter that she hasnft decided anything elsQ A p e I a n d 0 n d R o c E n g a g e d Mr. and Mrs. Chet Apeland, of Fortine announce the engage­ ment of their daugh­ ter Jeanie to Ernie Roo, son of Ijr, and Mrs. Fred Rob, of Roosville, .British Columbia., Jeanie is now a senior at LCHS. Ernie was a 1958. graduate of LCHS. He is now employed by Roy Sin­ clair doing mill work As yet, there has been' no date set for the wedding. C a r o l . T r a v e l s t . r I d a h o Carol Davis, a sen­ ior at LCHS., traveled by train to Sookane, Washington, on Wednea day, November 23* Here she .. .was met by her- parents and toge­ ther they traveled on to ., Lewiston, Idaho, where they visited with relatives during the Thanksgiving vaca tion. They returned home the following Sunday evening. S H O P A T Y O U R M A R S H A L L W E L L S S T O R E F O R Y O U R C H R I S T M A S G I F T S U S E O U R L A Y - A W A Y O R T I M E - P A Y P L A N I I

Evergreen (Eureka, Mont.), 09 Dec. 1960, located at <http://www.montananewspapers.org/lccn/Evergreen/1960-12-09/ed-1/seq-6/>, image provided by MONTANA NEWSPAPERS, Montana Historical Society, Helena, Montana.