Evergreen (Eureka, Mont.) 1946-1968, February 17, 1961, Image 11

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M i k e ' s D i o r y Next. . .next?!! Of course, BAJD. Mr. Big- gar will probably load us down with work. H e Tll know we a r e n ’t in the mood for it. Oh Well... guess I ’ll just set­ tle back for a minute ahd get a little rest before we get going. Bue-z-z-z, the bell?! Already?!! I can’t «ay as I ’m to sad. But wait...as I rise to make a mad dash for the door, every­ one is looking at me- — ■Oh NO— it ca n ’t be- please say it isn’t so— that: bell just brought this-class to order. Well, like I said, it couldn’t be. Oh jolly, now study hall and yes'i you guessed it— Mr. Big- gar again. Now is the time to get caught up on all the work I ' wasn't in the mood for doing--but--that is right-- I ’m not in fiver-green ------------ - -- the mood for it. And them joy upan joy, 1 t i m e !I gobble down my food and d a s h ‘down to the gym no dance it off. By the 12:45 bell,I'm ready to eat again. Then ; journalism class (that's never an ordinary period)} and next, nglish. While t h e r e , I get, more work that I'm not in the mood for. Then there is speech class. Swanie is al­ ways pushing us to write more speeches. W — 0 ~ R — K! ! ! Oh jolly, another study hall. Hy now. I am a nervous wreck. Guess I ’ll have to do something mean to get me back into the mc^d for living. So away., away! There, my dirty deed for the day! I sure hope fiarvey can find his waste basket. And so ends another uneventful day at good old LCHS. H e a t S t r i k e C o l l e t ) The students of LCHS went pn a heat strike, .IWednesdgy, Feb. B. Many of the students wore signs bn the backs of their coats. Some of\these signs were: (1) Heat Strike -- No School, ( 2)' Gile Me'Heat or Let Me Out, (3) Cold Wave, (4) I'M a Trans­ fer From Siberia, but I Still C a n ’t Take It, HELP!, and many others They had trouble heating the school because the new furn­ ace was being install­ ed. At 2:1 0 p m >a double bell was rung and all the students entered into the assembly. Superintendent Col­ burn Brooke said that school was dis­ missed for the day, but would be held the following February 9. e e f t s C o p p e r & S i l v e r J e w e l r y ' o n d M e n s C u f f l i n k n n s o r n o g s , C o p p e r B u t t o n s , — \

Evergreen (Eureka, Mont.), 17 Feb. 1961, located at <http://www.montananewspapers.org/lccn/Evergreen/1961-02-17/ed-1/seq-11/>, image provided by MONTANA NEWSPAPERS, Montana Historical Society, Helena, Montana.