Ksanka Annex (Eureka, Mont.) 1940-1943, October 09, 1940, Image 1

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V o L 1 - i d t i i j W W A UM A /J ~L £. a vi t. j^bw S CI WHlL Bpb Voorkees--taking up an engineering course at Bozeman. Esther Costich--A beauty course in Spokane. Inez Cole--Teacher*s course at Dillon. Clare Andrews--Going to Walla Walla for electrical engin­ eering. Joe Gibbons---Engin­ eering at Havre. Don Whitmarsh--Lawyers course in Missoula. Nadine Marks--Music at the Sacred Heart Academy in Spokane. Jim Howell--Acro- nautics in Helenas Bob Harvey--Radio work at Montana St cat e College. Mannie Morgan— Going to the army. Forest Knott--Passed examinations for the Marines. Nada Brock--Past Gra­ duate course at our Lincoln County High School. Sidney Workman--Work­ ing for the Forest Service. Mary Hurst--Working in Shelby. Emma Osmond--Working in Missoula. /M/f. O a j A m . ~ * r \ C ? S /) 5 5 c; r y \ h I ) p p e g M M S We have some very interesting talks com­ ing up, given by P. V. Klinke on fishing. October 4, another by W. Wydemyer about game conservation. We pro­ bably will be honored by a talk from Aurer Schuck on her trip to Mexico this summer m MUtK a. r ( >4 4 0 J i f f 6 , p 3/5 /. i r o w s p l ^ v k A L M p F U - S A T - I h * : ■ % - a t : ^ ) J 1 7 t. • ai Saturday after­ noon at 2 o’click tho Lincoln Lions fp to defeat at the hs.nds of their most hated foe, the Libby Terriers. The Lions fought bravely and fearlessly against the heavier Bibby team but were unable to score while the Terrier team charg­ ed and fought for three of L. C. H. S* will touch-downs and one sponser all high school conversion making the /.d mixers the rest of th school year. No rules will be changedj how­ ever; each student is allowed to invited one guest and tickets will not be required. i< a I . J d __ 71J bfiv-rr 1//7S • /A t / - { S S & W h L y The band struck*'up the lively tune of Mil­ itary Escort in the gym Friday about one o'clock. The students listen d to Playmates, Dreamy Dawn, Concord, Desert Song, Silver Juniors Threads Among th? Gold, Floyd Frost-^res. Down by The O-hi-o, Bill Benson-Vice Pres, and showing school spir-Patsy Broderick-Sec.& it, they endec their program by playing Lin­ coln Fight. score 19 to 0. The stars for the Terriors were Seims and th? two Spencers, while Williams, GiL- mond, and Vizzutti star­ red for the Lions. (cont. ige C I 3 S3 l:S bled I'UmiTif Served tVet/Jent O ---- Seniors Eugene Fleming-Pres. Dick Hyer-Vice Pres. Donald Mikalson-Trea* Gw nith Ross-Secretary to L. C. H. S. wishes express its thanks to Mrs. Voorh^es for her gift of over 20 vol- Trea. Sophomores Herb Wilkie-Pres. Jack Cri hton-Vice Pres. Helen Frost-Secretary Billie Roe-Treasurer Freshman umes of historical booksSammy Thompson-Pres. to the school library. Roy Rooso-Vice Pres. Included in th^ grourDoris Benson-Sec.& Trea. are Stoddard, Travel ! Lectures; Gib ons, Ri$e and Fall of Rome; Rarbeil, Life of Lin- 6 6 ' 6 | r I

Ksanka Annex (Eureka, Mont.), 09 Oct. 1940, located at <http://montananewspapers.org/lccn/KsankaAnnex/1940-10-09/ed-1/seq-1/>, image provided by MONTANA NEWSPAPERS, Montana Historical Society, Helena, Montana.