Evergreen (Eureka, Mont.) 1946-1968, October 04, 1968, Image 4

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T OCTOBER 4, 196-8 EVERGREEN PAGE 4 FRESHMAN HOMECOMING BOOSTS SPIRIT N IT I AT ED The annual mffhite washing of the \L\ took place Fri­ day, September 27, the day before Homecoming. Since this was freshman iniat'ia- tion, they had to carry the Student Council Members up the hill. The freshmen then washed and painted the \L\ under the-watchful eye of the Student Council, and transported ''them back to the school. After returning - to the' school, the freshmen were assigned the task of raking the football field with their hands At halftime' of' the. Home- :, coming- game : o n Saturday/ night the . fre'shmcn again 7 j ourr.eycd..,. t o 7 the \L\ to light the flares arouhd it... It was reported, that the initiation was a success,.. and the freshmen did a.., very good job. September 20,fh and September 21st were the two big days at LCIIS, ..for the football season. The Homecoming activities began with the Snake Dance. The students met at the high school and warmed up with a few cheers. Then, the Snake Dance began. The line of /students traveled up and down the streets stopping at Memorial Park for a skit. September 21st, Saturday, was the day of the Homecoming Parade. It began at 1:30 in the afternoon. The floats, xjhich represented hours of hard work, were ail in this parade and were judged at this time. The senior class float rated the first prize , aid'd the junior class came in a close second. The Queen candidates were also in the parade, rldirig'dn gayly decorated cars. The candidates were:freshman class , Carol Kurpies■ sophomore class, Gail Ripley junior class, Susie Hanson* senior class, Karmel Livesay, Pep Club, Becky . Dierman: and Lionettes, Edith Truman. Sat­ urday .night found the Lions battling the Corvallis Blue Devils.. The score was 12-6 in Eureka's favor. Karmel Livesay was browned queen at half time by Darris Flan­ agan and Wayne Wick, Lion team captains, . and presented with a bouquet of carnations. ' HANSBERRY ELECTED LIO N E T T E S PRESIDENT Connie Hansberry was re­ cently elected President of the Lionettes; Other girls effected to serve are Betty Rongholt, Vice-P/rCs- ident; Shannon Conley, Secretary-Treasurer; and Cherie Evins, Studerr Council Representative . JoAnn Strieker was chosen as the majorette for this year by the club. She had to try our for the position by giving an exibition of her twirling talent. Girls are still invited to join the Lionettes. the club gives good experience in ‘ working with others as well as offering an opportunity’ to perform in front of an audience. . S Q H o ' a h ' B ; T I D E S ' ' SC.HG£).U,LEDL I j T j . \ * • ’ j /)•••. ‘ . ■ There will be a dance sponsprecl by the senior class immediately after the game with Poison on October 4, in the gym.A On October 18, the junior clan's will hold a dance following the football game with Mission, and it too, will be in the gym. The juniors and seniors need the money from these dances to finance the Ball ahd the Prcm. STU DENT C O U N C IL REPORTS- The Student Council re­ cently decided to. sponsor ... - seme type of activity in. . the -gym . every noon hour .,, { The' activities will range from sock hops to volley ball / games . The \ junior:, class'asked permission.to hold a bake sale on Octo­ ber 5 , and it was '.’granted. The Student Council is in control of when • all fund raining projects of clubs and classes are to be held No class or organization is to undertake a project without the ..permission of , the Student Council. I F Y E ' \ \ S T U D E N T B R E A K S On Tuesdayi October 1, an; ,. IFYE!'fe:th4ont from Germany, Willy Muller spoke to some of. the students of LCHS. Willy talked of his home, £amlly .and some of the methods and conditions of farming and living in Germany. He showed slides of both East and West Berlin and the land­ scapes ' of Germany. He also, ;shpwed a few historical /sites such as .famous . German statues and monuments. He in staying with the Sacriscn family in Fpftihe. He will be in the United States for .pix months and during these six months, h e w i l l stay with different host families all over the United States for periods, of two weeks. During his stay here, he has enjoyed visiting many dif­ ferent places and has had many etijoyableL experiences. He returned to LCHS on Thursday, October 3, to speak to the Comparative Government class on the Government in Germany as compared to the United States Government.

Evergreen (Eureka, Mont.), 04 Oct. 1968, located at <http://www.montananewspapers.org/lccn/Evergreen/1968-10-04/ed-1/seq-4/>, image provided by MONTANA NEWSPAPERS, Montana Historical Society, Helena, Montana.