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1 t . J m b Vol. yv wn. ii Lincoln County High SchooI^Eur^ g r Hontj.-.F.e.bmary . 17_J-9&1 M u e h l h c i u s e r C r o w n e d ' K i n g c f H e a r t s P l a y P r e s e n t e d a t M a t . t n e e On Monday, February 13, the junior and senior play casts gave a matinee per formance for the high school and grade school students in the LCHS gym. Three plays were presented by the sen iors and the juniors gave one play. On February 23, two of the senior plays will be given end the other junior play will be presented. The first play giv en was A M a RRI a GE PROPOSAL. Those in it were Michele Frost, Noe] Williams, and Charles Anderson. The second play was the junior presenta tion, QUIET PLEASE, with Russell Johnson, Jerry Wartick, Trudy Peck, Rose Beach, Ron DeShazer, Merrilyn' Tripp, and Janis Berg. Next y was . .ANTIC SPRING. In it were Patty Brown, Allan Pershall, Fay Quirk; Margaret Stephenson, Eddy McCUlly, and Hank Muehlhauser. The final perfor mance was .given by four senior girls in THE LADIES OF THE MOP. The •girls were Anne Held, Kay Phelan, Marilyn Irwin, and Carol Davis. All the plays were one-act. The juniors and seniors took in $74.30 at the matinee. At the evening per formance, Tuesday night the same plays were given with the exception, of ANTIC* SPRING,which will be given on the 23th. T i c k e t s A r r i v e One hundred student tournament*. tickets have recently been re ceived from the tour nament manager, David Pugh, at Poison, Ac cording to instruc tions from Mr. Pugh, these tickets should be purchased before going to PolsOn, but students may purchase their tickets at the tournament, IF THEY HAVE PROPER INDENT!— FICATION. Monday,Feb ruary 20, is the- last day tickets will be available for sale here at LCHS. Admission prices for season tickets for students (not re served) is $2.00. Season tickets for reserved seats for adults io $5.00. Game' times are as follows: Thursday and Friday P. M. 2:00 & 3:00. Saturday A. M. 9:30 & 11:00. Even ings... 7 k 30 & 9:00* If anyone needs help in housing, he Is directed to phone 300 in Poison. The officials as signed are from Ana conda and Missoula. The Poison Chamber of Commerce will spons- er a luncheon on Sat urday, Feb. 25, for the coaches and admi- istrators. ATTEND THE Hank Muehlhauser\ reigned as King of Hearts at the Valen tine Dance on Satur day night, February 11, following the Vic torious Eureka game against Ronan. ffhnk and his date\Michels Frost, were crowned King and Queen att 10:30. The senior class, sponsors of the dance, presented King Hank with a heart shaped box of candy, who in turn presented it to his date. Hank^ who was the senior candidate, was crown ed by Sandy Shay and Michele was crowned by senior class pre sident, Ted Clarke. Other Candidates for King of Hearts- were Bradley Duffield, junior; Bernell Sal isbury, sophomore; and - Mickey Nelson, freshman. Hank was chosen by a student body election on Thursday, prior to the dance. R e d i s f n c t i n q P l a n i s D e a d At the meeting of the Board of Direc tors, which Supt. C.. Brooke attended in Helena, Montana, on Jan. 29-30, many changes were made concerning the ath letics of the various Montana High School. The A.A.B.P.pl&n was discontinued. The Board of Directors was authorized to discon tinue the M.H.S. A. Athletic ■ .Accident Cont. on P . 7 TOURNAMENT ATTEND THE JUNIOR-SENIOR FL \YS FEBRUARY 23th