Evergreen (Eureka, Mont.) 1946-1968, October 04, 1968, Image 1

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• i .1 VOLUME XXIV NOV 2 LINCOLN COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL OCTOBER 4, 1968 r l C L A S S . ; S V I S I T S ' E f o r t s t e e l s President L . Hedges e a r l y M O R N I N G S P I R I T The Montana,v History class, led by Jerry Agon, xjent to Fort Steel1, Bri­ tish Columbia, Canada. The purpose .of .the trip was to connect Fort Steele with the growth and devel^- opment of the Eureka areal. The fort has been restored to look much like it did during the gold boom in that area. The build­ ings and old tools inside the fort are very inter­ esting and while looking at them a person feels even more dependent on err modern conveniences. Hr. Agen seemed to think that the class was : more interested in eating than in history. It is known that a good class' travels: on its stomach. The class is now planning a tour of Monte' f , to. be taken sometifflc^Qiekt sarins. 9 9 ' Les Hedges w a , s elected President of the LC Club in a recent meeting . Others elected to serve were Wayne Wick, Vice President and Student Council Representative , and Pat Flannagan, Secre­ tary-Treasurer. The LC Club is made up of boys who have earned a letter in football, basketball, wrestling, or track. L C H S G E T S ■ C A R P E T I N G , , ■ Homecoming weekend not . only brought ' many activi­ ties, but also new carpet­ ing for the two study halls, upstairs. hall, materials: center, office, and Guidance'office. This’ carpet not only helps the looks of the floors -but :stops the:noise cf clomping feet. It’s nice for the students but a pity for the poor janitors who have to clean it after a rainy day. .. In -the ’' wee hours of the morning: of Homecoming, (would you believe 5:00 a.m.?) came the sounds of a hammer and ■'muffled- laughter. Seme very am­ bitious girls were puttfng up signs in the yards of- the, football players to, wish them good luck. These adventurers x/ere Janet Evinrude, Bobbi Don­ aldson, Loree Cole, Linda Holder., J eanne Garrison, Kathy Lund, aid Kris Pruett (all members of* the Pep Club), The Chaperone and, chauffer -was Larry,. Calvert, LCHS English Teacher and Pep Club sponsor. The girls felt that it wasn't easy getting up school spirit that early in the morning! C A K E G I V E N Did anyone see tie little elves painting the, Honor Society Concession-Stand? L I O N E F I G H T ! \Happiness is running barefoot across the study- hall floor.\ T O P L A Y E R S The-, football players had a surprise waiting for them in their locker, the night of homecoming. The Cheerleaders had made a cake in the shape of a football. It is sad to report that the Cheerlead­ ers forgot to leave a knife so the cake was left up to \grabs.\

Evergreen (Eureka, Mont.), 04 Oct. 1968, located at <http://www.montananewspapers.org/lccn/Evergreen/1968-10-04/ed-1/seq-1/>, image provided by MONTANA NEWSPAPERS, Montana Historical Society, Helena, Montana.