Evergreen (Eureka, Mont.) 1946-1968, December 21, 1960, Image 8

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-Pa&fiL. $ _____ _ _______________ P L A N S E N I O R S world. We all have to enter this world on ■our own sometime in our life, it is easy for some students to accept this, but it is hard \for others. ■ So seniors of LCHS lets plan and prepare ourselves for' the fu­ ture. This is a big step and an important one in growning up Be careft/V. JF C O U L D I T B E Y O U r _ ___ _ Evergreen_______ of the man usually seen peering through the study hall doors around 3:00 p,m, He is the man behind the big sweep. He’s our school janitor. The reward our here would receive from Harvey would be a crease down the middle of his head, from a broom Harvey uses so expertly.' But alas our friend is probabl serving a five to ten year sen­ tence for extortion. We, the Candy Conseal- er’s Federation, doff our hats to such a well deserving fed lev R E C K L E S S Whoever first in­ troduced these small lifegiving seeds sur­ ely deserve a just reward. I' know of a certain history teach­ er who would give him a very hardy reward* This man is the only person who goes around with his head down looking for the tell-tale signs of a sunflower feind. Mr, Bigger would give him life imprisonment at the mimimun. * Harvey is the name he ' ''t ' s ' \ ' l}ring here beside me, I think I ’ll tinkle har toes. OuchI? She sure does have sharp claws, She’:s a mean thing anyway. Maybe I had better get a bandaid Let me see--should I use red and white stripe or purpec and orange pokkadots? Oh, this green and blue one is pretty, I guess I ’ll use it. I wonder if the dye will give me blood poisoning. A S P E C I A L W I S H F O R C H R I S T M A S J O Y A N D N E W Y E A R H A P P I N E S S i j u c j c j i/ ia r j o h M , don, p H O N E 4 9 9 1 December 21. I960 __ I guess I can sue the bandaid company and get a million dollars-. Let me see -- what would I do with a mil­ lion dollars? Say--is blood poisoning fatal? Maybe someone else will be spending my million for me, This daydreaming isn’t getting my. i eatur written so back to work. Is blood poison­ ing fatal? Oh it- could n ’t be--could it? B A L L P L A N S M A 0 E Senior class meet­ ing'.,re held on Thurs­ day, December 15. The minutes were read and approved. A suggestion for a prize to whoever sold the most tickets to the senior ball was made, but was not put into effect. The decorating for the senior ball' war also discussed at the meeting. Girls to servo punch at the bail were•£ isked to volun- T O 'V *v-» but wa S d 6 C i d 0 d that girls from the junior class would serve punch. Doris Hall volun­ teered to pass pro­ grams but at the bail* Since there was no further business the meeting was ajourned, T O W H I T E F I S H Jack Mitohell, a freshman at LCHS, went to Whitefish Saturday, December 10 to - have his arm x-- rayed. Jack was ac­ companied by his mother and Bradley Duffield, who went to have the stitches taken out of his eye.,

Evergreen (Eureka, Mont.), 21 Dec. 1960, located at <http://www.montananewspapers.org/lccn/Evergreen/1960-12-21/ed-1/seq-8/>, image provided by MONTANA NEWSPAPERS, Montana Historical Society, Helena, Montana.