Ksanka Annex (Eureka, Mont.) 1940-1943, January 08, 1941, Image 5

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VST . x ZCu m Y‘ H __ QpJL r 9 S' O u r T r OP hies C 1 Ju s t x r o re Cliristmci s being sot by Gene The band concert on December 12, v:as \ery r sue- LIuniurn o That con- cessfuL. The sot cial nuij.ber and the sole by Mr r eludes my fttoxy out Gresham re oei/ed many comnliments, A. Isrge crowd mv dour IT «• • M-* vP U . > v iielav attended anc everyone enj oyed the progr’am. -.’^7 H'iV Ss \I was nine » Than there8s the Home ScOiiUlTiX r 3 A T 1.3 who made ed in here cri.* . L er r. candy and sold it aro inn school Friday noo£i0 They thrill:.rtg day watch- also made the pop corn bai Is for the lact school irn? the .tilj?ekn bop s mixero win, My b;•oticr a ill Tne girls jolly-bail hou.r Dement was a close X hoped tl :ht J r. r / V. f —■ b A‘ u match.. At the and of the fourth game, the score tow w.jr by that ai30 stay ,,riDto J i l l l o t t , Tick, & *{• Vi o y* r- ' •■■ 39 3flo, W e ll, uUt r.ur brochure: their anu v'vC - ' . \ i .•*.■ ’ • * • ml'U. ed •a / s h a amort West lilio o *\>0 Pr.t- an ii a > -- ~--Z in 1 bliflt is all, younger rank and -nave their stories, wait­ ing for ydti next tirneS Bye. m u ifi.'— i o - Junior C lass Has Member Dale Torry is the new junior boy who just recently came from Washington and is now going to school here. Dale * was oorn in Albany, Oregon on May 25, 192A<, He is 16 years old* His favorite • sports are hunting, fishing, and basket­ ball, he reports that he 11 toes c.his school much better than tne other one* o a n r oh. gam to decide the w .. c o cuC> • U - . 3 w C t > {semester the girls will j start playing basketball, | Still rumors from the journalism meeting? Some­ one had to go after Keith Owens so he would be here for the skit. (He was still in bed!) Charles Soderling reported that he had a very good time— dancing with • the Libby girls. Oh, yes,— it’s still Leap Year; Irene Olson proposed, to John Gibbons before the whole journalism class (he said \no!\) I also heard that Tommy and Earl have already started planning for a journalism meeting in the spring ( at Libby). We won­ der if they are thinking Av A f A M t h f p f i i l J »!_ pp-f f\ A V I * \ < . I flake y Kitchen Attractive,., J p . . a _ q lizri — i W i f h oilcloth shelf paper, chair covers and tab)* clothe i PURDY'S .. You'll Find That F E W K 1 are not old fas Hi o n ed when it comes to January reduction p r i c e s V A i k J y M e , , Rexford . Mont.

Ksanka Annex (Eureka, Mont.), 08 Jan. 1941, located at <http://montananewspapers.org/lccn/KsankaAnnex/1941-01-08/ed-1/seq-5/>, image provided by MONTANA NEWSPAPERS, Montana Historical Society, Helena, Montana.