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V o l ^ XVI. No. 3, L i n c .; o l n C o u n t y g ^ i S c h o o l , E u r s k a , M o n t a n a , O c t o b e j U J f , 1961 a QUEEN CANDIDATES NOMINATED Homecoming queen cani- dates were nominated by the four classes, LC club, and pen club last Thursday, The : d .dates . are: Sandie Tallon,- -senior; Jeanne Heibien, ;}union; Ine ? i ssen, jc phcaore; Daunne Muehlhauser, freshman; Barbara Mor gan, pep club; and Sue Workman, LC club. One of these six girls will be chosen home coming queen by secret ballot by the student body, Thursday, October 1 9 , and will be crowned queen during half' time at our homecoming game Friday'night, October 2 ? PEP CLUB RALLY AND SNAKE DANCE THURSDAY A snake dance will be. held Thursday night, October 19, to celebrate’ our homecoming- game which is Friday night, October 20. The pep club will meet on the field north of the LCHS football field at ? : 3 0 to start things moving. First the cheerleaders will lead yells by a large bonfire and then lead tbbe snake dance downtown. READING COURSE STARTED AT L .C .H .S .• Mr, Brooke has started instructing a reading course put out by the SRA reading laboratory. This course is meant for slow readers and readers that do not get the full meaning out of hat they read. The possibilities of improvement are from the third grade level to the sophomore in college =leve-4-, --This- e lg ss' can do - w e n # e - r - 3 - r - - s o — - i -f — y o . u - a r L g - -Tha— honfr-r—rrxl-L- free seventh 'period- -you could benefit ' by.dropp-- ipg i n . , HAROLD NEWTON NAMED STAR OF.THE WEEK Harold Newton ior here at named .. Star or LCH , the sen- was week by t h e ' Skyline Dairy in their star choice in the. Daily Inter Lake , Ever V week S kylinc Dairy cho 0363 a player from the loca 1 area as the star. of the we e k . This p la ye r i s con sider- ed an out standing at ha lete. Haro Id plays ha lfback for our Lincoln Lions was chcsen for las t week. H A N K MUEHLHAUSER JOINS'' M A R I N E S Hank Muehihause T .j 8 former •graduate of LCHS-, has enli stea in the Marine 3 t He will leave Octobe r 16 for San Diego where . he will be in basic training , Lincoln C o u r t / High School and was employed by J. Neils before his enlistment. HOMECOMING PARADE 3;CO FRIDAY The homecoming'parade will be held Friday, Oct ober 20 at- 3 5 00. Tpe par ’s be will include.. the fc. class floats, the queen canidates, the cheerleaders, the twirl ers, and the band. has come Christiix-xc>• mecio *= The time again for o m treeing to begin. Soon the yards will get into fu . l ‘ operation. Yes, the time is here to sharpen your axes and saws and head for the hills. first six weeks was re leased Wednesday, Octo ber 11. The sophomores lead, the honor roll with eight students, the freshman were second with seven, the juniors, third with four and the seniors fourth with three. The students on the honor roll are; seniors; Marianne Burk, Trudy P e ' c k , and Merrilyn Tripp .juniors: Elizabeth Finch Mike 3 a-rney, Elden Mar vel, and Monty Stark sophomores; Kathleen Eo- len, Mike Flanagan, Gene Haverlandt, Willa Noble, Anne Rettig, Chane Sal- ois, Wendell Tripp, and Janis Klinke freshman : Barbara '\ f ' u e - ger, Lily McDonald,Shir ley Denny veils Roose, Laura Mustard, v Stark, Cathy Ste- , and Arthur Weyde- meyer The freshman led the honorable mention with thirteen, the juniors and seniors tied with five and the sophomores f oui 3tu- honorable ! were last with dents on the mention are: seniors: Harold Newton, Cody Stark, Bruce Weyde- Yoppe,and Star k « meyer, Janie 1 Randy- Schermerhorn j unions: Marlene Bolen, Trellice Irwin, Mary Etta McMar- rell, Sandra Nelson, and Diane Nelson sophomores: Janet Ape- land, Grace Beach, Wil bur Ritter, Arlene Wey- demeyer freshmen -. Barbara Cook, Ed Croucher, Mike Cuff 3 Sue Curtiss, Lynn Don- a3 son, Leigh Erickson, Mar k Hurst, Teresa Osier, li FolIansbee, J im Harold McKenzie McRae, Ellen Jeannette Wunder- :h, and Carol Mitchell/,