Class of 1970
Well... We found a small office in the administrative area of Huron High, between Vice Principal Al Gallup's office and the Principal's office. Nobody was using that place. The doors were locked, but no problem: We climbed up through the ceiling tiles, and got down into this little office. And, we took it over, in the name of the Armadillo Club.
Maybe you remember: Armadillo Club, Purpose: Nothing, Alternate Purpose: The Recapture of Aleppo. (Aleppo sounds much more real now that it did in 1969. In 1969, it just was a smart-aleck silly thing.)
Anyway, we stole big black construction-paper sheets from somewhere at Huron High. We taped them up on the insides of the interior windows of this interior office, so that it still would look empty from the outside.
And, we taped the locking parts of the doors, so that we could get back in, any time we wanted to get back in.
We went there at lunch times, sometimes, and thought ourselves very clever. We stamped little impressions of, "Armadillo," on one wall. We got away with this for months!
This is only one small story in a great archive of Fun in High School stories. Holy, River Rat! I cannot believe you guys are not posting all kinds of fun stuff! Tom Neely
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