Evergreen (Eureka, Mont.) 1946-1968, February 17, 1961, Image 9

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February 17- 1961 S e n i o r s ? n T h Evergreen J a m e s W e l c h e S p o t l i o h _____ _ ___ I L r ___ z = t e m -Page 9 On the 20th of November,in 19^3, the population of the U. 3. was increased by one with the birth of James Kenneth Welch. Jim, now a brown eyed, black haired, 5'11\ senior at LCH3, was born in Fort Totten, North Dakota. Jim's first year of school was spent in Devil's Lake, North. Dakota; his second through fifth grades were spent in St. Michaels, North ’ ikota; sixth and seventh were here in Eureka, and he 'grad­ uated from the eighth grade in Poplar,Mont­ ana. During Jim's freshman year, • he attended school at Glasgow, Montana. He then came back ■ to Eureka and has been staying with his sister during his last 3 years of attendance at LCH3. When asked' of his future plans, Jim replied uI'd like to get a steady job and later join the armed, forces.\ Current question: \■//hat occupation will I take up for my life work?\ Favorite Pastimes: Fishing and hunting. One fishing experience of Jim's was when he, and his brother, Richard, were fishing in the Tobacco River, about a mile below Eureka. . ichard was fishing from a big log that la, in the mi Vie of a deep, quiet pool. ' hen he caught . . a , nice trout , When Jim saw this,he also hopped on the log and was going t >. see if he could catch one. Soon Jim's dog, ap. followed him. but apparently the weight of the dog was just enough to roll the tree they were on. le next thing Jim knew was that he and his brother were pull­ ing themselves ashore. Even though Jim had a rough day, he still loves to fish, R o y R o o s e Seventeen years ago. the community of Eur- . ' ;ka was scared by the birth of a baby (six feet to be exact) •end has taken up such things as pool and chasing girls. Roy is an outdoor enthusiast and enjoys building model cars and airplanes. Roy, who is a sen­ ior this year, has spent all of his school years here in Eureka with the ex­ ception of his fresh­ man year, which was spent in Fairbanks, Alaska. His favorite subject is shop and this is where he is most of the time. His future plans are to go to college and fin­ ish his education. U o r g o r e t S t e p h e n s o n wnite Sulphor Springs,Montana, was the scene of action on October 25, 19^3. A bouncing baby girl came into the scene of life. At that timoj she was the main at­ traction for Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Stephen­ son. They named their main character Mar­ garet Eleanor Steph­ enson. She was the second to appear in the Stephenson home. When Margaret was quite young, tho fam-

Evergreen (Eureka, Mont.), 17 Feb. 1961, located at <http://www.montananewspapers.org/lccn/Evergreen/1961-02-17/ed-1/seq-9/>, image provided by MONTANA NEWSPAPERS, Montana Historical Society, Helena, Montana.