Evergreen (Eureka, Mont.) 1946-1968, March 29, 1963, Image 6

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Page 6 STUDY PERSON AITY (cont. from p. 0) Evergreen ITbTTTTy to think about\ objects in two or three dimensions. ( 3 ) Reasoning is the abil- - ity to solve logical problems, (h) Number, the ability to work with figures. (5) Word fluency, which . mea­ sures the ability, to write and talk easily and is used to measure IQ. The second test, the . Psychological Inven­ tory, was taken Mon­ day, March 18. .This test consists of 12^. questions which -are answered with, a yes, no or a question, r mark. The test measures personality traits. studing personality, what it is and how it is measured under the instruction of Hugh Biggar. Under the heading of personality the Seniors have taken two tests to determine their IQ and their personality. The first test, given on'Thursday and Friday, March la and 15V was the SRA Prim­ ary Mental Abilities test. This test con-R- sists of five parts, (1) Verbal meaning, which is the ability to understand ideas expressed in words. p C s ) . Space,. or - ------the ■INSURANCE GIRES NAMES MEAN SOMETHING Girls, have you ever wondered what your name means? Listed be­ low are the names of a few of the girls in LCHS and the meaning of their names. Althea: Healer Barbara: Strange Carol: Full-grown Charlotte: Full-grown Diana or Dianne: Divine Donna: Lord Dorothy: A gift of God ■Faith* To trust Grace: Pleasing . Joan: The Lord is Gracious . .Susan: Lily Read through the names and their mean- TOP QUALITY BRAND The Fruit of the Loom Buster, Brown Trinvtre Mo jud Rand Malones Lees Woolrich Hanes Van Heusen Big Smith La Crosse Princess Pam Loomcraft March 29, 1963 ing again 'and decide*: whether the girls you know with these names follow what their name means, POEM ABOUT SPRING Spring has sprung, the grass has riz. I wonder where Mr. Ranta is. The sky is clear, the clouds are white Everything looks sunny and bright. They say in the spr­ ing time a fever sets in, the fever in me is one hundred and ten. All I can think abo­ ut is sunshine and grass, Heaven to Betsy? Oh to get out of class. Alas, i t ’s time to get to the books, the study hall teacher is giving me looks. SPOT LIGHT ON DOROTHY PE LTIE R Eureka’s amateur sky watcher,(Air Force), Dorothy Peltier, was born to Mr. and'Mrs*:. Victor Peltier on Oct*-- ©ber 2, 19*+5 in Eureka Montana. She is one of four sons and. five daughters. Dorothy has lived in Eureka all her life and attended roosevelt grade school her first eight years of school and is now a senior at Lincoln County High School. She has worked dur-» ing the past two sum— mers. One summer at ~ Lloyds and half of last summer at the

Evergreen (Eureka, Mont.), 29 March 1963, located at <http://www.montananewspapers.org/lccn/Evergreen/1963-03-29/ed-1/seq-6/>, image provided by MONTANA NEWSPAPERS, Montana Historical Society, Helena, Montana.