Ksanka Annex (Eureka, Mont.) 1940-1943, November 27, 1940, Image 5

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V o L . 1 ________________ i H a v - J L I j 1 3 m . a . _ _ Q & y Has Lliarac te**P arts Bill Parker, a seven t .on year old boy, fin ; 3 himself very bored with Mark until Mora proves'himself a reel he-boy, not a sis sy, Bill is Selma’s brother; He is a nice- looking, clean cut boy suggesting athletics in his appearance. Selma is a vivacious girl of sixteen,•slen­ der and charming, but with a will of her own She seems to be on the verge of arguing with everyone-oven Mark. Bob Troutman, a boy like Bill but probably a year younger, re­ peats some of Mark’s proverbs and loses the Thanksgiving football game. George. Robinsap is the*villain. He is cocksure, definitely unlikeable as well as H o m e E c G a s s ' [■Its «.v,dTalKs At Meetings The Home Economics girls plan to have meetings during noon hour. The time will be spent eating and talk­ ing business. They will also spend some time hemming tea towels for the department. They plan to paint flower pots too-anything to make rooms more at­ tractive. Singing songs will be practiced dur­ ing that time also. They plan to have pie sales once a week* Dorie C., Esther K., and Helen E. were in charge of the last sale and it was a success. Pies are 100 and will be of different kinds. ill-mannered. He is about twenty and when caught lying he shows hi s ‘yellow cowardly way. Lulu Mae George’s twelve 1st, who delights in getting Selma to pro­ mise her autographs of the movie stars-even Donald Duck's. She even gets poor Mark into a terrible predicament. Charlotte Mack, by and a little more mature than Selma, has a sophisticated air and is definitely un­ sympathetic , \CHINA B O Y ’ ’ Twelve Boy S E arn Foo+ball LeHers Rhodes and Purdy at ends, Pomeroy at tacklp, Brock at guard, Weber at center, and Will­ iams, Soderling, and Owens in the back- field. Robinson is sister, a year old terror- and Gilmond with 19; Soderling with 16; Good with 15; Owens with 14; Weber with 12; Purdy, Pomeroy and Frost with 10. Out of the men that made letters, five will pret- graduate, leaving; VV -l Nf ED : A G»u»et A S5em __ D . e J , p j t e 5 _ . . . . t X H S Eniertaivm Jou.rn alisfcsOgc.l by students .of til - I different schools. Following this wi1 j jo a \Question arc Ans­ wer” program. If . oues- tions will be a s ' a . d oy the different n e o . vs of the class and s~ • wo red by three ~ ; ; lo, one representet i r from each school. After the b u s i n e s meeting lunch w i . . . 1 . . served and the f the afternoon, three o ’clock, vj . 1 e be spent in dancing ? nd playing games. Since this is the first meeting of its kind in Eureka, the meeting is looked for­ ward to with interest. S E E \CHINA B O J \

Ksanka Annex (Eureka, Mont.), 27 Nov. 1940, located at <http://montananewspapers.org/lccn/KsankaAnnex/1940-11-27/ed-1/seq-5/>, image provided by MONTANA NEWSPAPERS, Montana Historical Society, Helena, Montana.