Evergreen (Eureka, Mont.) 1946-1968, February 17, 1961, Image 6

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.‘Page 6 ________________ _ W o l t h e r l e o g u e H o s t s P o r t y The Eureka Walther League was host'of a sleighing party, at the Olney State Ran­ ger Station, Saturday \January 29. Due to road conditions, it •was a little late get­ ting started. The local Walther League invited the Kalispell and Columbia Falls Walther Leagues to attend. To start with, the Leaguers played Coty in the mess hall , so as to be warm before going sleighing. The group then traveled about a mile north of Olney Station. They started sleighing at 3 P.M. and finished at 5 P.M. They returned to the station , where they had' supper, fol­ lowed by devotions which closed the ev­ ening. Y c u t h C e n t e r i s Q u e s t i o n dancing, etc. could be a part of the teen center. Bowling would be nice but it us- .— ____Evergreen _______ teenagers would be in favor of it and if the teenagers had an attitude of responsi­ bility and if there was good adult super­ vision to help in the beginning, then I would be definitely for it. Because of the lack of room, the opinions of all those inter­ viewed could not be biven. However, they are all very much the same as those that are given. O u r P e p C l u b - N e e d s S u p p o r t -{Cont. from P. 2) Oh, here come the regular, faithful members, and there must be at least 15 or 20 at every game-- but it certainly is strange about those who call themselves members -- yet never come to a game --and what * s more, they don’t even care whet­ her we have a team or not--but then, there is the prestige of ’’belonging” to ”all the- clubs” , which makes it sound pretty good. Yonder ■ comes' the' stripes, plaids, polka dots, saddle pants, and slacks- _____ February 17. 1961 tho exception of tho boys, wao are much more • cooperative about tno clothing for tic frames. Do any of you recomber what tno Pep Club constit- ion states regarding dress for games? In case you nave forgot­ ten, or just ignored, you bettor check. Jhero is the re­ spect for your team and Pep Club? Remem­ ber, you do not be­ long to any club, un­ til ou put some act­ ion in it 11 If you consider yourself a member of t.e r Pep Club, then dress in black and white, sit with the Pep Club, and come to sil the games. Until you do these things, you are not a meatier of tno Pep Club l Get out and support your team, lot them know you care --- and I'll see you at the next game. N e w B o o k s H o v e A r r i v e c l David Swanberg and the • - • ^ - L i - h r . - i - r y staff would like to announ© the arrival of many new books to tno LCHo library. Tnese books will bo filed in tae file caLinet soon. If you enjoy the novels by Zano Grey, it will interest you (cont. on P . 8 ) ually costs a„consiier- aDle-7amount of money. Mr. Swanberg: If .the majority of __ t h e e everthing 'except t t r h e required r e q i l h r s d black and white» with Building and Dwelling Auto and Truck Public Liability Bond s O f f i c e I n T h e T . h e a t - r e B u i l d i n g - ? C A t L 4 8 3 2 ; W Evenings by appointment

Evergreen (Eureka, Mont.), 17 Feb. 1961, located at <http://www.montananewspapers.org/lccn/Evergreen/1961-02-17/ed-1/seq-6/>, image provided by MONTANA NEWSPAPERS, Montana Historical Society, Helena, Montana.