Ksanka Annex (Eureka, Mont.) 1940-1943, November 27, 1940, Image 2

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l D < x d & - A lA*.f...ZLl..,.L3Ly.-a KSANKA ANNEX Published biweekly by Lincoln County High Class in Journalism. Subscription rates: $.10 a year; $.25 a semester. EUREKA, MONT EDITORIAL STAFF Editor-in-chief ------- Nada Brock Managing Editor ----- Gwenith Ross News & Dept. Editor— Ida Vizzutti Reporters John McClure, Bob Rhodes, Lome Calvert, Marjorie Cole, Lois Heb- isen, Charles Soderling, Irene Olsen, Courtney Calvert, Dale Broderick, Keith Owens, Lula Workman, Claudia Price, Kay For- -tine Glen Knudson, Aubyn Ann Armstrong, Ruth Day, BUSINESS DEPT. Manager ---------- Marion Thompson Circulation Dept. --- John Gibbons Auditor ---------- Kathryn Andrews Typists ------------ Gloria Eberth Norma Mikalson Mimeograph ------------- Ray Olsen Marion Thompson Advertising ---- Earl Weber, Tommy Costich, Pete Howell Tea chi? nr Are Hu wan _ H • 0 • Well here I am home from school again. Gee, but I’m tired. My eyes are just killing me and here are all those awful tests to correct before morning. And just think— tonight is the night for the big dance down at the hall and I can’t go just because it's a school night All my ’’darling-pupils’’ will be there I bet. Oh, but that makes me mad--and I haven’t been to a good dance since I left college, I guess I’m a little homesick for ray col­ lege days again. It suroly seems like more than a year since I grad- uated--but then, there’s no use thinking about it. I guess I'll just have to miss the good time. Geo whiz, a teacher could die of loneliness around—here and no one would know the difference. I bet they’d even be glad to get rid of me in such an easy manner. I wonder why the students despise teachers? We're just like they are. Maybe it's because they don't want to work. I'll bet that’s it. Why don't they stop school then? There’s no use paying us, to try to teach pupils that just won’t learn. You give them one little test and, my goodness, they think they’re be­ ing worked to death. And here I have to sit up practically all night to correct their papers. They think they're worked\to death! — I’m the one who has all the work— the one who has all the responsibilities and the worries. And some of the parents are just like the \kids”--always finding fault and criticizing -the teachers. Naturally they think their children are always right. They don't even try to see the other side. Why just the other day some one told me that teachers weren't human.- Human-- what do they call human, anyway? Last year I vas a student in college- I was human then. This year I’m a teacher and I haven't changed--I’ra still human. A Saf-e Thanksgiving The people of the United States have many things for which to be thankful. We do not have to be a- fraid of enemy bombers. We do not have brothers or fathers fighting in a war. We have turkey and pie and the things which make a good Thanksgiving dinner. We can enjoy #our feast without listening-tensely *for the air raid siren; and, best of all, wo have our loved ones be­ side us at the table. And although we should- bp thank-' ftil: that thorh. is .no need for our sacrificing these many things for our country we are ready to do so if asked. mu coNCERt C umin 6 i

Ksanka Annex (Eureka, Mont.), 27 Nov. 1940, located at <http://montananewspapers.org/lccn/KsankaAnnex/1940-11-27/ed-1/seq-2/>, image provided by MONTANA NEWSPAPERS, Montana Historical Society, Helena, Montana.