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DECEMBER 17, 1968 EVERGREEN PAGE 4 / F ~ N 1. \Love Child\ The Su- preraes. 2. \Those Were The Days\ Mary Hopkiir 3. “Magic Carpet rRide\ Steppen&olf 4. \Hey Jude\ The Beatles 5. \White Room\ The Cream 6. \Who's Making Love\ Taylor 7. \Abraham Martin & John\ Dion 8. \For Once in My Life\ Wonder 9. \Chewy Chewy\ The Ex press 10. \Bang-Shang-a-Lang\The Archies E U R E K A J U N I O R S B O W L EUREKA JUNIORS BOWLING LEAGUE Week of November 27 L I O N S L O S E The Eureka Lions met the Bonners Ferry Badgers in the first home game for Eureka this year, and were outscored by the Bonners Gerry Five 43-63. At the end of the first quarter, the Lions trailed 9-17, and at halftime the Lions trailed 20-24. The score was 31-43 in favor <sf the third quarter, and the final score favored the Bonners Ferry team at 43— 63. Gene Holder was the high point man for Eureka w i t h 21 of Eureka's 43 points. Team-Standings Won Queen Bee 30 Glenn's All Stars 29 Nice's Logging 24 Walsh-Groves 20 Big Sky Lanes 17 High Team— 3 Games Queen Bee 2832 Nice's Logging 2776 Walsh-Groves 2721 High Individual 3— Games Roger Pitman 498 Bob Coy 459 db%in Strieker 424 Lost Total Pins 10 27468 11 26911 16 25797 20 25784 23 26442 High Team Game Nice's Logging 958 Glenn's All Stars 956 Queen Bee 953 High Individual Game Dave Henley 180 Bob Coy 177 Roger Pitman 176 BEAUTY AND THE BEAST\ ^ CONTEST HELD The Beauty and the Beast contest was held by the Pep club, said B Dona.lson, president. This club con ceived the idea of choosing two couples from each class as Beauty and Beast contes tants. These couples are ones that were likely to go well together and aren't necessarily going together. In the lower hall, the week of December 9th, there have been eight jars lined up ready for your deposit of pennies. You can deposit as many pennies as you like to whom ever couple you like best. Dimes, quarters, and dol lars are accepted also, and naturally count as much as 10, 25, and 100 votes. At the end of this week these votes will be counted up and announced at the Beauty and Beast Dance. Also, the class that got the most votes will be announced. The contestants are— res pectfully : SENIORS: Gene Holder and Pam Pruett Rey and Rachel (alias Ron Hanson and Carol Boslaugh) JUNIORS: Jim Trevino and Debbie Miller Steve Mikalson and June Cox SOPHOMORES: Bob Shirley and Becky Dierman Barby Butts and Bob Helms FRESHMEN: Debbie Osier and Mike Holder Bobbi Mason and Mark Fowler CANCELLED The Basketball Powdeppuff Derby has been cancelled be cause so many activities have been planned before Christmas The Derby will be scheduled after the Christmas vacation.