Evergreen (Eureka, Mont.) 1946-1968, April 25, 1961, Image 1

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Vol. IV No. 15 Lincoln County High School, Eureka , Montana, _ Anri 1 _ 2c 1 Qfil NEWTON, STARK, WEVDEMEYER CHOSEN BOVS STATERS Harold Fewton., Codv Stark and pruce T’Tev- demever Were the jun­ ior boys selected bv the LCHS facultv. to attend the American Leyjon Montana Bovs State for l°6l. Ha­ rold's alternate is David Donley and he will be sponsored bv the American Lemion. Cody will he sponsor­ ed bv the Nfasonj c Lodge and his alter­ nate is Everett John­ son. Bruce will be snonsored .by the Grange and his alter­ nate is Joseph Flana­ gan. Selection for Boys State is on the basis of leadership, charac­ ter, integrity, and scholastic standing. Bovs State will be held once more on the campus of Western Fontana Collep-e at Dillon. The dates set are for August 19 through -August’. 2 7 . A p eland Chosen Validictorian , a S e n iors Lead •Honor Roll The seniors led the 5th 6 weeks' honor roll with 10 students. The freshmen were close behind with 9 students •receiving honors. The sophomores were third with 6, followed by the jun­ iors with 5» The seniors and jun­ iors were tied with $ each on the honorable mention honor roll. The sophomores placed 5 and. the freshmen placed 2 on the honor­ able mention honor roll. Seniors on the hon­ or roll are: Jean A- peland, Ted- Clarke, Gene Ekholt, Michele- Erost, Charles Newton, Faye Quirk, Margaret Stephenson, Dennis Westwood, and Courtney ; Fluid. Juniors are: Marianne Burk, Harold Newton, Cody Stark, Marilyn Tripp, and Bruce Weydemeyer. So­ phomores are: Marlene Bolen, Elizabeth Finch, Trellice Irwin, Elden Marvel, Monty Stark, and Maria Sto- ken. Freshmen- are: Janet Apeland, Grace Beach, Kathleen Bolen, Mike Flanagan, Gene Haverlandt, Ann Ret- tig, Wilbur Ritter, Wendell Tripp, and Chane Salois. Apeland Wins Feu rth Jeanie Apeland was awarded fourth place state winner on her essay, \Jobs for the Handicapped— A Com­ munity Challenge\: Ralph A. Jackson, chairman of the Gov­ ernor's Committee on Emplov^ent of the Phvsicallv Handicap­ ped, announced it this week, Seniors Pla n Graduation With the final davs in sight for 45 (?) seniors,Dacca]aureate and Graduation are fast becoming realitv rather than the dream they' - seemed to be all y e a r . The follow­ ing schedule is nlan- ned. Baccalaureate ser­ vices will be held at S pm., May 14, in the new gymnasium. Rever­ end Warren Pomerov- of the Church of God, will begin with the Invocation. The bac­ calaureate sermon will be delivered bv Rev­ erend Carl Pershall, of the Bantist Church, and Reverend Berton Blazek, of the Assemblv of God, will offer the Benedic­ tion. Dr. Thomas Payne, of Fontana State Uni­ versity, will Re the guest speaker of LCHS commencement exer­ cises on Fay 17, ac­ cording to Superin­ tendent Colburn Bro­ oke. Dr. Pavne is chairman of the De- artment of Political cience of Fontana State Universitv Reverend Gregory Burk, of the Catholic Chur­ ch , will give the In- (Cont, on P. G) Jean E. Aneland daughter of Mr. pnn Mrs. Chester Aneland of Fortune, has been selected valedictor­ ian of the vraduating class of ]Q6l i Charles G. Anderson, son of Fr. and Frs. H.C. Anderson of \Eur­ eka has been selected as salutatorian of the class. Jeanie has been quite active in her four vears at LCHS. n among ter manv activ­ ities are Homecoming Queen ber freshmen vear, and class sec- (Cont. on R. 9)

Evergreen (Eureka, Mont.), 25 April 1961, located at <http://www.montananewspapers.org/lccn/Evergreen/1961-04-25/ed-1/seq-1/>, image provided by MONTANA NEWSPAPERS, Montana Historical Society, Helena, Montana.