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SENIORS -. * THINK AHEAP * The seniors of LCHS dfte starting to think about their future plans after they graduate. A survey was taken aarid this was the results: Janice Osier-Work , and stay single. Marjory Burlingham-wants to join the Army. Marianne Burk-will teach gradeschool. Pat Shea-Plans on gett ing married (if anyone will have him. Clair Wollan-wants to follow in Pat's .foot steps. Trudy Peck-Wants to be a private secretary and sit on her boss’s lap. Sue Shay-Don’t have a future. Patsy Lamey-Wants to go to Havre to find a man. Doug Moulder-Isn’t mak ing any plans so soon for he plans on staying here awhile. Brad Duffield-Wants to ride on freight•trains. Merilyn Tripp-Is going to school after school. Trudy Price-Raise cattle and horses. Kathy Decker-goof off Cody Stark-Go to college and play football. Harold Newtori-He’s going to take up where Mr. Heibein left off. Randy Schermerhorn-Going- to hire out as a coal M A J E S T I C T H E A T R E O c t o b e r 2 0 a n d 2 1 1 THE PERFECT FURLOUGH S T A R R I N G T o n y C u r t i s J a n e t L e i g h K e e n a n W y n n E l a i n e S t r i t c h 2 8 7 C E R T I F I E D L A U G H S - - - - - C O / U N T T H E M I •S how T i m e s : 8 : 0 0 p m hauler. Everett Johnson-Is going to college (he hopes) David Donley-Keep on life He’s been doing. Russell Johnson- Hadn’t any plans. Eunice Weed-Going back with the rest of the Ka- nooks. Virginia Meeder-She wants to travel (in a jet may be) . - Joanne Clark-Wan’ts to be a nurse in the deep jun gles of Africa. Jerry Wartick-Go to see the country riding on freight train. Ray Anderson-Will do as little as he can get by with. Rose Beach-Will be out looking for George. GOOD LUC&_SENIORSl M e e d e r a n d C l a r k T a k e T e s t s . Virginia Meeder and<: Joanne Clark motored to Kalispedd, Wednesday October 11. The purpose was to take Nurse’s Ap- ptitude tests to see whe ther they fit the quali fications and require ments of planning a ca reer in thq Nursing field. These tests were sponsored by the Montana State College in Bozeman and were giteen in the cafeteria of the Flat- head Highechool. CHURCH GROUP GATHERS The Walther League of the Lutheran Church of Eureka went to Missoula, October, last Sunday, to attend the annual rally, which is held each spring and fall in dif ferent churches in the The Walther Leagues;, from these different places each have a tal ent wuest with each town puttin on one or more skits. The League that wins or puts on the best performance is rewarded;* a little brown jug. This jug is passed around 9 from one league to An other\ depending on~ the winner of the skits. The league that wins it three* times in a row is allowed to keep it for good. This will make t h e . third time that the Eureka Walther Leaguers have won the jug. Those attending this rally in Missoula from Eureka were Steve a n d ' . ' . Nancy Brown, Elden; Cheryl and Ella Marvel„ Richard, Susan and Le- land Workman,< Faith and Larry Butts, Danny Kel>~' * tner, Donna Sederdahl; ^onna and Fred Hume,/' Kenny and Terry ^ .Utter, Anita and Iva Lee\ S'tevQ ens, Karen Anderson, Ar tie and Eddie Biegler. The chaperones were Mr. and Mrs. Harry ’Work man, Mr. and Mrs. Sand- mahl frbm; Olney and Mr. and Mrs. Elden Butts/ They took their auto mobiles. SHOP MAKING\\ RACKS ■The' shop 2! class' of LCHS 1 is making tables and putting together the7 basked racks for the PE Glass. The class if making two long tables for the science lab. They will he finished within the next six weeks. & Bobby Clark purchased a 1958 gray arid white Pnrrf _____ ; _____________________ A L L K I N D S O F G O O D R E L I A B L E I N S U R A N C E P a g e 4 i T h e E v e r g r e e n O c t o b e r 1 9 , 1 9 6 1 V J y ] M 3 s 0 ] 7 ] § O J ]A J I D U j ] D ? fa