Evergreen (Eureka, Mont.) 1946-1968, March 29, 1963, Image 9

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Page \ 9 EVERGREEN March 29, 1963 MISCELLAN­ EOUS ADS For Sale: : Eleven intelligent journalism students. Will sell for a head or trade for a badly needed typewriter. Inquire Mary Ann Gwynn. For Sale 5 Used deck of playing cards. In excellent condition as they are used only when the teachers are­ n't looking. Inquire at the Senior Girls' Lounge 1st, 5th and 6 th periods. For Rent: The ser­ vices of an accomp­ lished typewriter mechanic. Has had years of training and repairs the typewriteis in the journasilm room frequently. They are in excellant condition call 5555 anytime day, or night, or see.Mary PELTIER cont. from page 8 sure to contain Air Force Fen Pal. her The Cook Book Chem­ ists were at it again this past week, he class, under super­ vision by . instructor, Robert Stevenson, was working with elements and compounds found in the Halogen Family. The elements contained in this family are Bromine, Cholrine Flourine, and Iodine. Mr. Stevenson repor­ ted very fine re­ sults on our,- experi­ ments with \ Sulfur. j?ven to. saying \I bet nobody knew we were even around.\ NEW COURTS Hey .1 What are they doing over there? This question is heard quite often in the study hall at LCHS as the grader and Mich­ igan are busy smooth­ ing the loading dirt to be hauled away. \They are building a tennis court\ is the reply. \Really when can we use it\ is the enthusiastic answer. The two double courts, which well be available for the stu­ dents use, is being constructed by the county as a community project.

Evergreen (Eureka, Mont.), 29 March 1963, located at <http://www.montananewspapers.org/lccn/Evergreen/1963-03-29/ed-1/seq-9/>, image provided by MONTANA NEWSPAPERS, Montana Historical Society, Helena, Montana.