Evergreen (Eureka, Mont.) 1946-1968, February 17, 1961, Image 8

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T Fags .,.. 8 ., Evergreen Eureka Loses New Books A Friend The passing of our friend, Mr. Frank Sabin, is a loss to every student of LCHS. His was the familiar face and figure at the theatre which provided wholesome entertainment; his, the voice of author­ ity in that theatre. He . walked often through the halls of LCHS and knew every high school student by name. His generous support of student activities was recog­ nized and appreciated by all, for Mr. Sabin not only boug-ht a ticket or an adver­ tising space, but also attended many school events. Alumni of LCHS will well remem­ ber dancing to the music of local bands in which Mr. Sabin was a voluntary member. A prominent member of his community, an intelligent man with many interests, a person young in spirit and friendly in nature, he will be missed by young ji^d Have Arrived (Cont. from P . 6 ) t o . , know that there are three more west­ ern novels which are written by Grey in the library. These are Arizona Ames. Co 3tiv-.r of the Desert, and The Border Legion. If you enjoy read-, ing classics, there are several outstand­ ing ones that have been received. By Charles Dickens, is the classic Bleak House. Included in this book are illus­ trations of the auth­ or, his environment, and reproductions from early editions. Buried Alive is a ficticious story of an artist who changed identities with his valet. This novel was written by Arnold Benneth. Maurice Burton wrote a book entitled Animal Legends. It is based upon well-known authorization of animal behavior. A biography of Mrs. Roosevelt was written by Alfred Steinfmrg. The book is entitled JEJ3ft»LA£S _ af __ Arthur L Gustafson Call 5GII or 5001 Representing Equitable Life Assurance Society Guarantee Trust Life Insurance Co. Hartford Fire Insurance Company Hartford Accident and Indemnity C o - . We can arrange your protection for - A U T O L I F E - L I A B I L I T Y - F I R E -BONDS- - N O T A R Y PUBLIC- February 17. l S & l ] Roosevelt. A Night To Remember, which was written by Walter Lord, presents all the details which occurred when the Titanic struck an ice berg and began to sink. There are many more interesting books which were recently received at the li­ brary. Increase your knowledge and find time to read and en- ioy these new books. Annual Staff Has Meeting • The Lincoln Lion annual staff met in the chemistry lab­ oratory Thursday night, February 9. Mary Anne Gwynn, the annual advisor, ex­ plained about the an­ nual multiples, the first of which is due on April 10. By this ^ datejthe first 32 pa­ ges of the annual must be completed. The staff also dis­ cussed the dedication of the annual. • $ > . e d Pitman, photo editor, read a list pf pic­ tures that still re­ main to be taken. The group pictures for the annual have ar­ rived and the ping- pongs are expected soon. The business ed­ itor, Charles Newton, __________ qpnt. . P . I Q ' 1 Evergreen Home Cooking

Evergreen (Eureka, Mont.), 17 Feb. 1961, located at <http://www.montananewspapers.org/lccn/Evergreen/1961-02-17/ed-1/seq-8/>, image provided by MONTANA NEWSPAPERS, Montana Historical Society, Helena, Montana.