Evergreen (Eureka, Mont.) 1946-1968, November 27, 1968, Image 1

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m ' K d VOLUME X X I V ____ ____________Lincoln.. Co.unty High School _____ I i n . v c n j b a r . . . 2 ? - , - J L 9 j 6 8 LCHS STUDEN1S PR0CEEDS HELP KEITH ' TO\- BE GIVEN Keith Purdy, a sophomore at LCHS, recently under­ went open heart surgery. His left lung and part of his heart were removed be­ cause a tumor had formed. Keith was hospitalized in Spokane and he is report­ edly doing tijuite well. The students of LCHS and t±e community have respond­ ed well to aid Keith and his family. A fund has been estab­ lished at LCHS and a box has been placed in the of­ fice of the school. The different classes and clubs have given donations to the fund. The Student Council has pledged ten dollars to the fund and has challeng­ ed all the other club3 at LCHS to do the same. The sophomores and juniors had a fund drive around the community on Wednesday, No­ vember 20, and collected a grand total of $356.00 in donations. FOR FUND On November 22, a dance was held by the Student Council with all profits going to the Keith Purdy fund. The Pep Club is planning a \Powderpuff Football\ game to be held December 20, with all pro­ ceeds to be given to the Keith Purdy fund. REMINDER for a l l SENIORS Seniors are reminded by Darris Flanagan, class President, to have their forms for ordering grad­ uation announcements in to Karmel Livesay no •i--wter than December 3. STUDENTS ESCORT PARENTS During the Parent-Teach­ er conferences which took place on Thursday night and all day Lriday, Novem­ ber 14 & O , members of the Honor S ^ l e t y and sev- eral other students that were chosen by the Honor Society, helped by escort­ ing the parents to the rooms of the teachers they were scheduled to see. \Host\ and \hostess\ stu­ dents were: Lynn Everett, Dorthy Purdy, Becky Balen, Rick Davis,Janet Evinrude, Carol Boslaugh, Mary Ann Johnson, Ron Hanson, Gary Hibbert, Darris Flanagan, Nancy Berreth, JoAnne Strieker, Terri Grob.Sue Hanson, and Debbe Miller. Coffee, cookies, and dough­ nuts were served to the parents, teachers, and students.

Evergreen (Eureka, Mont.), 27 Nov. 1968, located at <http://www.montananewspapers.org/lccn/Evergreen/1968-11-27/ed-1/seq-1/>, image provided by MONTANA NEWSPAPERS, Montana Historical Society, Helena, Montana.