Evergreen (Eureka, Mont.) 1946-1968, March 22, 1957, Image 2

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Page 2 Evergreen The Evergreen is published every ; two weeks of the school year by i the journalism class 4 § s ? . County High School. / • ■ I m o NT'AN/A Gerry Krueger. ........... Editor Marie1 Stephenson.\. Circulation Manager [\ Shirley Ripley. . ... . Business Manager j Harbert Branscone. .Production Manager . Subscription Rates. . . . .$1 Per Year Donald R. Boslaugh ......... .. .Advisor \ G e t O f f T h a t . R h o n e ! . People in this school need;to be re­ minded of some of the rules relating to the use of the office telephone. Too many students\\are making a practice of using the telephone to hear or tell some juicy bits of gossip . to or from people they .know.. Since this phone was installed for business purposes, personal calls should be limit­ ed to include only those which concern important business. Persons outside, the school should not call people in the school during class time, ex- cent in cases of extreme importance or emergency. Students are not allowed to come, to the telephone during school hours unless they are in study hall of between classes. Just a 3 ittle thoughtfulness on the part of everyone will eliminate phone tie- ups and confusion at the school. M. Stephenson S a d i © H a w k i n s W a s f t F l o p Saturday night at the high school gym­ nasium there was an annual Sadie Hawkins Dance, put on by the GAA Club. The club met all of their require-, .merits, for example, they had the chaper­ ones and had.\ somebody ..to look aftep things when the dunce ,.T was ' over. As usual, the first half hour or so there were about six people there, and as time went on.the six people did not in­ crease to sixty as they should have, i n ’ fact, not another soul showed up, !and the dance had to be called off. The teenagers around Eureka are constantly crying for something to do, but when there is something for them to do, they usually have something more important to do. ,-But seeing how the teen­ agers will not help themselves, they can rot expect some ’ one else to. So from no w on, teenagers, if you w a n t . to continue hav­ ing your school func- ions, let's attend them. Keith McCully T h e T a l l e r D o g H a s R e t u r n e d Every year around this time, spring fev­ er hits good old LCHS. Except for the snoring in classrooms, and study halls, it's pretty quiet in school, Winter has gone and so’ have most, of the stu- . dents----to sleep that' is. You stand and gaze out the’ window and if the teacher shuts it you.get a pain in the neck. The students' start. dropping in. __ March 22 , 1957^ their grades. You get out of bed and come to school so you can catch up on your sleep. If you're am- bitous you play hookey. Well, spring only comes once a year and I ’ve got to make the best of it, so-z-z-z- z-z-z-z-z. 'Dale Patrick M a k e . U p M i s s e d W o r k Almost all' of the teachers in LCHS have some sort Of a make-up ,program so if you have been absent you are allowed to make up the tests' you have missed. However, it is the du:y of the students to see that they take the tests they miss and make up for the work the class covered during their absence. As long as the teachers are obliging enough to let us take credit for this work, I think every student who misses work should complete it as soon as possible after missing the 'work. In this way it would help the teachers get their re­ cords, up to date, and you would be benefit- ting also in that you would be caught, up on your- assignments. Try to get your work -i that you miss in as soon as possible. ’ 1L , , E v e r g r e e n , - . N e w s T r a v e l s News from' the Ever­ green travels far and wide to other news papers in this area. Copies of the school paper are sent to the Daily' Inter-Lake, Western News, and also to the Spokesman- Re­ view. The stores have gar­ den seeds on display- robins and bluebirds have arrived and ’ the temperature is 12 above zero.. Kids are playing marbles-- -- by shoveling away snow. Spring is here l I

Evergreen (Eureka, Mont.), 22 March 1957, located at <http://www.montananewspapers.org/lccn/Evergreen/1957-03-22/ed-1/seq-2/>, image provided by MONTANA NEWSPAPERS, Montana Historical Society, Helena, Montana.