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Nov, IB T h © K n e e ' s T h e L i m i t Page 6 _________ The styles have fin ally caught up to LGHS. The girls are beginning to wear the new \short\ styles. Not too many are brave enough to ven ture into the hall in short skirts and leotards, but eventu ally there will prob ably be many more who try it. The styles are cute and there are many of us who like them. the boys A R . e a h G o n e C c l t Little Elsie had been naughty in school, By way of pun ishment, she was dir ected by the teacher to remain in her seat after the session un til she had written an original composit ion containing not less than fifty words In a surprisingly short space of time, she offered the foll owing, and was duly exeussed: ,rI lost my kitty and I went out and called, come kitty, , kitty, kitty, kitty, kitty, kitty, kitty, Evergreen kitty, kitty, kitty, kitty, kitty, kitty, kitty, kitty, kitty, kitty, i kitty, kitty; kitty, kitty, kitty, kitty, kittyk kitty, kitty, kitty, kitty ji kitty, kitty, kitty, kitty, kitty, kitty, kitty, kitty, kitty, kitty, kitty, kitty, ki +■ ty, - 5 Anop 5 t u d 0 n t s S © e \ P y s c o \ The movie, \Physco' showing at Kalispell last week drew quite a few LCHSers. Dennis Westwood, Michele Frost, Carol Davis Charles Newton, Bob Stevens, Janet Ape- land, Courtney White and Pat Sume were the local students who attended, The comments con cerning the movie were varied but most of the students when asked just shook their head and re mained speechless. T h e L i 1 1 e M o n s t e r It always seems to be the little things that cause the most trouble ....... Little things like mice for instance. Our Home Ec. class has been in an uproar because of a little mouse, and of all things the little mon ster struck my drawer first. Sure enough; when I opened the drawer I found our patterns all chewed into little bits and our material was strung all over. I let out a screech and everyone came running to see what had hap pened. Right away Miss Gwynn put us to work taking all of the drawers out in search of the des truction left 03 the little rodent. Even after digging through everyones’ drawer we couldn’t find him; (All of us were afraid of finding him too. ) We now have _ a trap set for our flittle friend,'but each morn ing we find that he has stolen the bait and escaped to strike again. We can’t catch the little monster but he always seams to come during the night. Maybe you have an idea on how to catch him. F a m o u s L a s t W o r d s These Hunters’ fa mous last words were off the cuff --- unre hearsed so to speak. The same cannot be said for the funeral rites that followed, \Certainly the boat will hold three of us l Joe, you shoot from the bow, Ed, you take the middle, and I’ll handle the kickes.\ \All right then Til prove a f)0 30 will fire in that old relic. \And I say North is that way.\ \See the curly line on the barrels? Real Damascus, boy I Now watch how she handles these rnggnum loads.\ \Well let&s boost Cent . £ - 9