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\ P a fl.F... 5 ------------------------------------------------------------ SPOTLIGHT SHINES ON JOANNE 0n Jane 1^, 1 9 * + ^ in the Poison hospital that cute Joanne Clarke was born, , Joanne is the.youngest of three children. She has a sister Betty, and a bro ther, Bob. Joanne has attended school in Libby, Kali- sDell, and Eureka. As a freshman at Libby High School, Joanne was candidate for homecoming queen. Then in her last semester of her freshman year she moved back to Eureka. In her Sophomore year she was pep club candidate for homecoming queen, Joanne was student council representative for her Junior class and alternate for Girls State. In her Junior year she was junior candidate for homecomine oueen. In her senior year she is class reporter fdr her class and was chosen for \A\ squad cheerlead- er. Joanne is -circulation manager for tne Evergreen Vice President of pen club and is assistant business manager to the annual staff. Joanne plans to so to nurses training when she graduates. GOOD LUCK, JOANNE. EXCHANGE PAPERS RECEIVED This year the Ever?- green staff has received many exchange papers from other schools. They are as follows: The Beaver, Dillon; the Beacon Flashes. Alberton Aeonian, Absarokke; the N u g g e t Helena;The Jocko Arlee; The Bay Breeze , Bigfork; The Konah, Mis soula; The Salishian.1 PoIson; -^agle News.Fair- field; The Trojan Trum- l M _ \ t ! W W ~ I ? A '8 6 1 ! ? S H O P C O ) ! ' H A I R . r u n T h f F v f r g r e e n _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ pet. Troy; Rocky Ranger. Drummond; The Cliff Dwe ller . Thompson Falls Le Pierre, Wibaux; the Cen tral Breeze. Whitefish ; The Montana . Exponent. Bozeman College; The Corvallis Echoes, Corva llis; The Coyote Howl. Williston, North Dakota; The Bagpipe, Glasgow; Live Wire, Cut Bank; The Powell Pioneer, Deer Lodge; The Bear Paw. Box Elder; The Redwood Bark. Eureka, California; The Broadcaster, S t , . Ignati us; Signal Butte, Miles City; The GoldR’ Dust, Havre; Wildcat, Circle; The Sun River VaLLley Su ccess . faimms; The Geyser Livingston; The Skyline, Charlo; The Pow Wow. F 0 ' _ nan; and the Arrow. Kal- ispell, Montana. CHANGES M,ADE Since our school has a new addition many changes have been made throughout our school. First of all there has been the addition of five new class rooms. These class rooms have been made where the old gym was where the balcony in the old gym was there hhs been a new home ec. room, a typing room and a science lab built on the main floor of the old gym there has been a music and a shop rpomm built. There are floor length lockers, that the fresh - man use in the halls of the new section. They contain three coat hooks and a shelf for books. Because of the new rooms the classes in the old section have been changed around. The old tyring room is now the English I and speech room The old music room is the journalism room. Mr. Bujol's guidance office is in the old jftcmiin&iimm k M j 0 Rj U £\ k I A.\ 0 0 A T I C K I I I T F I N E ; . , c k v i C E Q U A L I T Y ~ / : 1 G R O C E M E 3 ' ____- O.CTOB.ER L.9., ... l .9631 ____ room. The biology and science classes will be held in the old home ec. room and the old lab room will be made into a an audiovisual room. The math room will be used for a reading course called S. R. A. for stu dents who need help in reading. The new rooms have giv en us much more room and help the teachers a lot. In teaching their courses. YOU’RE LOOKIN' GOOD ! The well dressed manner of our students at LCHS has a great import ance, ,even if some of us may not realize- this. Recently Mr. Brooke re ceived a letter from Flora Martin, the,.State supervisor in Home Ec onomics. This is what she had to say about our school; \I was certain ly impressed with the progress that the Eureka schools are making. Cer tainly the whole atmos phere of the community has changed and I would say the new building program is a contribut ing factor. You and your staff should be congrat ulated or the excellent appearance of the Eureka school buildirgr and gr ounds, as well as the well groomed student body. We skhaMd bbe very proud odfththis accred- idation and strive hard-