Evergreen (Eureka, Mont.) 1946-1968, October 10, 1963, Image 6

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Pa ge 6 OSLERS INVADE LCHS The Osier Clan is tak­ ing over the school? There are eight Osiers at LCHS all;.. brother^,, • and sister: or cousins. Senior Rod with Frehsman brother,- Brad hail from Fortine - along with Sooh-v ■ omore .cousin: Loren, Jun-, ior Ellen arid her Fre sha­ man brother Bob attended grade school 1 in Eure.k$! Sophomore Cathy and Linda, along with Linda-;'p Freshman come from.Trego. All of these Osiers take an active- ''part in school activities, and three of them are Frosh class officers. Bob is President, Brad is vice- president, and Marv is treasurert Next hear promises to bring in more Osiers, Who along .jith their relatives make u a fair share of the school's population. EVERGREEN\ brother Farvy .anyone Osiers challenging for having the the Lincoln most students at _______ , - M s e wf % r t h?osIRS - green staff. ___ _ _____________ RECREATION ROOM SWINGING '• - The students of LCHS wili.be presented a re­ creation room, if .they think ■ they ■ ’can abide. by the rules- and1 Regulations The rep room will, con­ sist of ping-pong fables and maybe a pop machine. So in my part I would like to thank the faculty Members -nd the-Wad ministr­ ation for their coop,,ray tion. ’ r -.^v: -P CLUB EE TING The Pep Club meriting was called to order Tues­ day, October 1, by presi-; dent Patti Truman. The uniforms wf must be worn h during the '* 63 - 64 .'* basketball sea­ son were.; discusseu. It was decided that , . . t h e girls must ’. . ' e a r black and ;hite checked long- sleoved blouses, a frame black skirts with sus­ penders and the persons tlr5---sit±rt----xn- October TO, f ' 9 6 ' 3 shoes, with black stock­ ings. Patsy Gwynn and Linda ..Osier were nomin ted for Homecoming Jueen candi­ date and' Linda was e?.ect- oci .. • . r u * A committee was ap­ pointed to think of ai idea1 for the float the cheerleaders will ride*, on. Those who volunteer-^ r ed were, Rosetta Mitchell// Delores Kinney, Sherry* Miller, Janet i Apelarid, . Jeanne Westwood, and Bee Gee Gwynn. ■. , It w a s . also decided that members appearing late for the meetings without ;a valid excuse would be fined: 100 and those not .attending would be fined 250. M A R RI AO E GRANTED .. Christitie Darwin aiid Robert Humphrey ;were u- hited in marriage Satur­ day, September 21, at 3;00 p.m. at .the Church cf ’ . G o d parsonage,. Rev. War­ ren Pomeroy performed the ceremony. Tipme— ■‘“on— orange and JSk your. white tennis TO GET READY FOR YOUR ’FALL AND WINTER snow and sawdust tires antifreez tune up batterys tirechains: ! I

Evergreen (Eureka, Mont.), 10 Oct. 1963, located at <http://www.montananewspapers.org/lccn/Evergreen/1963-10-10/ed-1/seq-6/>, image provided by MONTANA NEWSPAPERS, Montana Historical Society, Helena, Montana.