Evergreen (Eureka, Mont.) 1946-1968, December 11, 1964, Image 6

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EVERGP'EEN \Pa- The Bookworm Qn r December 11. 1 9 6 4 te By Hal Hibbert \War is H e ll.\ A short but solemn description of wap as said by General William Tecumseh Sherhan before G.A.R. veterans in 1330, Proof of this is re a lly shown in Auschwitz -by Dp,- Miklos N y iszli «■ Auschwitz was the most te r r ib le of H itler's death caar>s whe­ re hundreds of thousands i f not -millions of Jewish prisoners met their fin a l end in the camp cremato­ riums. ... December 7 , 19 4 1 ; the ?.£ Infamy., Walter Lord verbably illu s t r a t e s the ruthless attack on Pearl Harbor that plunged the United -States in to war with Japanj . The Longest Day, by Co­ rnelius- Ryan/its ■ the story of the Allied attack or. Normandy on. June 6 ; 1944'- DEAR GABBY3 I have a problem. I aa 25 years o l d . and s t i l l a freshman, DISCOURAGED DEAR DISCOURAGED I rea lly dbn't think anything I day w i l l hel$> you. Vocabulary Column By Susie Workman In la s t papers vocab­ ulary column a llevia t e was spelled in c o r r e c t ly twice,. I an sorry ; for this mistake, This weeks., vocabulary,' wore! is bland, .. 31and-. (bland) • any,! Sap: th and coothingj gentle, .The- blandness of her voico lu lled the audience -u a x . -u J.j.a. o -. IJ . brings-out.' bluriders r J i ' o I t f s . y c t i i i l ' C ~ PEP B A N D cesses,, and ir m ien that' made- D-Day a battle to IS remember, • ' The LiUkuth r \of the F O R M E D Atomic bomb meant the end Kenny Pershall is a c t - of . World War' II „ but the ing as director ■ of the beginning of a- 'new menace . newly formed Pep . Band at possible complete ato LCHSD He also plays the warfare,. ■ '-No-High Groand irump 9 1 a 1 ong with Terry by Fletcher 1 Kncool e n d •Richmond and Merten T i f - Charles Bailey II role tea fany, Sharon Richmond and ons . storey 01 J tho f i r e t Leigh Erickson play the A-bomb,, of the men who •sax .phone, Iva Stevens , :created i t , and of the men who dropped i t , Becky Cuffs' and Gary T is- d e ll beat the drums. Mike iCillKi df 'a- c O I J a \ r k, JCaiCIt e wrircr w iH %s s j DEAR GABBY My brother is very troublesome. He teases me a l l .tho time; what can I do? I f I try to get back at him.) he's, ovenvWorn<5«. POOR SISTER DEAR POCR SISTER Have you considered talking to your mother? Or even b e t t e r 3 be nice to him-, i t w i l l k i l l him* DEAR TREATED UNFAIR If you think h e 's un- f a i r } t e l l Mr, Swanberg*- Cuffe plays the tuba., Jeanne Bolen and Patty Mann play the clsirn e t , Teresa Morgan and LaVera Tripp play the flu t e , Leland Tripp plays the b a r iton e .'\ The'band has formed in order to provide music for the pep ra llie s sq they can be staged any period in the school day. It has played at a bas­ k e t b a ll game but w ill not make a regular practice of i t , - ------------ - ----------- TCP TEN 1 C,- Baby Love . 9, Just Ask Me 8 . Dance,, Dance., Dance 7. You Really Got Me 6 , I'm Into Something Good 5. I Think I'v e Caught The Blues , 4, Rings 3, Is It True 2„ I Just Feel Fine __ l.._-Mr_._Lon.e.ly__:....„. __ __ __ m •-V.\ i d u V : V y ~ - mm rtl »& Jim And Blanche Meeker

Evergreen (Eureka, Mont.), 11 Dec. 1964, located at <http://www.montananewspapers.org/lccn/Evergreen/1964-12-11/ed-1/seq-6/>, image provided by MONTANA NEWSPAPERS, Montana Historical Society, Helena, Montana.