Evergreen (Eureka, Mont.) 1946-1968, February 17, 1961, Image 10

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Page 10 Evergreen February 17, 1961 Senior S p o t l i g h t (Cont. from P . 9) Margar't was elected as freshman class secretary. In her junior year,'-Se was class reporter. She has participated in the junior play, \ Stranger in the Night.” As a senior, Margaret is taking speech, English IV, chemistry, PAD, band, and chorus. She is also < taking part in the senior play,' \An­ tic Spring.” Some of Margaret’s interests are: sewing, playing the clarinet, reading good books, and skating. Her pet peove is people that call her ’’Maggie\. Margaret's plans for the future are to become a missionary nurse. M i c h e l e F r o s t September S, 1943, now why was I supposed to remember that date? --Oh, I know; it was for history class --- no, y now I remember, it was the day Michele Frost was born, ( very important', A few years after Michele’s birth, she parents, Mr. LeRoy Frost, moved to Seward, Alaska. Michele at­ tended the first and - second grades there. They moved to Eureka where Mrs. Richfcs third grade was deep­ ly honored Frost’s _ 1'richele , continued S h . , Rooseyelt ^..ool.(without any mishaps), until she finally became an and her and Mrs. by; Mi s: 8?adlhS8fi 3 >] D? G O O D H A I R . . C U T S ^ with guess suc- that £irl eighth grader. That was the year she be­ gan to enter into the social world. She was a cheer leader that year and had a var­ ious number of other adventures also (in a certain young man’s Model A). Michele entered the doors of LCHS with great anxiety to knock everyone dead her charms. I she must have ceeded because little freshman gooked herself a sen­ ior boy right off the bat. She has been in Pep Club and G' all four years of high school. In her sophomore year, she was a candidate for May Queen. Her junior year was a busy one. She was e- lected as secretary of her class, picked to go to Girl's State, high school week, was in the junior play, and is going to be in one of the senior plays this year. Alsq she was an A squad cheer leader last year and this year. The LC boys chose her as .their homecoming queen candidate for this year --- ’/hew --- I guess that takes care of her activi­ ties,. I guess you know by now she has­ n't been idle. When asked if there was any special per­ son of the opposite sex around school that she.was rather fond of, she didn’t give toe direct an answer. The reply she gave, went something like this ite whp runs senool person is the of£ paper1* favor- spy gain, though. Wonder why9 j Michele seems to have a certain song that is an all-time favorite with her, \White Sport Coat.\ I wonder why she likes that? Her favor­ ite tune at the pre­ sent is '\Calendar Girl.\Michele doesn’t seem to have just one favorite color be* cause she named off blue, green and pur­ ple. She’s not very particular. She has no favorite movie star. She loves them all. Her favor­ ite show is, \All That Is Mine To Give.\ Mike also has a pet peeve. She is es­ pecially irritated by boys who really think they're something. So boys, you’d better come on down to earth. Michele’s idea of a perfect date is a nice boy, some place to go, and no curfew. She must want to stay out late. After graduation, Michele plans to go on to college and be­ come a tea_cher. A n n u a l S t o f f if.as .. meeting report^S9nthaCr°Sd^er-' tising is being sold. Ted Clarke, circula­ tion editor, and C r . r - ol Davis, assistant, are making plans for the sale of annual subscriptions. Sev­ eral suggestions were discussed for posters to promote these sales. cal examinations for he tournament Thurs- ay, February 9th. .. S . S . I - r o s t g o o d reliable 11\ SURANCE E U R E K A

Evergreen (Eureka, Mont.), 17 Feb. 1961, located at <http://www.montananewspapers.org/lccn/Evergreen/1961-02-17/ed-1/seq-10/>, image provided by MONTANA NEWSPAPERS, Montana Historical Society, Helena, Montana.