Immanuel Lutheran High School, College, and Seminary
Eau Claire, WI

DB Friday, 1/25/19

WORDS FROM OUR LORD FOR TODAY

Do you not know? Have you not heard?
The Lord is the everlasting God, the Creator of the ends of the earth.
He will not grow tired or weary, and his understanding no one can fathom. – Isaiah 40:28

MENU

Lunch Today: Taco Salad

Supper: Chicken Noodle Casserole

Lunch Monday: Chicken Cordon Bleu

 

TODAY

7th hour study hall will meet in the library.

Early Supper at 4:45 p.m.

 

ANNOUNCEMENTS

Storm clothing order: Visit this site if you would like to order an EC Storm Volleyball t-shirt or sweatshirt (sale code: ecsvb). We need 10-12 items minimum to make an order. Orders can be placed until next Sunday, February 3rd.

Lost & Found IOUs: Tristan (25¢), Paul S. (25¢) and Alex S. (75¢) – please come pay your IOUs!

Banquet fundraiser IOUs: Please pay Jadyn for the Christmas gifts you bought before break. Ryan Zimmerman – $10.75

 

UNEXCUSED ABSENCE/TARDY: The following have been reported as unexcused for tardiness or absence in a class from the previous school day. To get excused you must see Prof. Gullerud or provide a valid excuse to the office before 4:00 p.m. today or you might be serving detention next week.

THURSDAY: Miranda Fleischer (T/6 Band)   Rayne Reetz (A/7 SH)   Josie Vaver (T/1 Hist)

 

BASKETBALL SCHEDULE

Date

Girls VGirls JVBoys VBoys JV

Boys C

Fri, 1/25

NONE3:00-4:15Eleva-Strum – H

7:30

Eleva-Strum – H

6:00

Eleva-Strum – H

4:30

Sat, 1/26

11:00-1:00NONENONE1:00-3:00

1:00-3:00

Sun, 1/27

2:30-4:006:00-7:304:00-5:451:00-2:30

1:00-2:30

It might be cold today, but it’s not this bad:

The legendary “Cold Friday” of Jan. 19, 1810 brought such terrible winds and frigid temperature that people talked and wrote about it for generations. Tales of the killer weather event made their way into town histories, journals and court records long after it happened. They told of the many people who froze to death while traveling along the highways. The wind blew down houses, barns and vast numbers of timber trees. Ships wrecked, cattle froze in their barns and old people died of hypothermia inside their homes. It was so cold pens wouldn’t write and water froze in glasses, though they were right next to the fireplace.

What made Cold Friday so lethal was the sudden, steep drop in temperature that caught people unaware. Several journals claimed the mercury dropped 100 degrees in Boston in less than 24 hours, from 67 to 33 below zero, Michael R. Doyle reported in 2005. The American Register reported the mercury dropped from 48 degrees on Thursday to nine below zero on Cold Friday. In Portsmouth, N.H., it went from 54 on Thursday to minus 12 on Friday — and minus 13 on Saturday. http://www.newenglandhistoricalsociety.com/cold-friday-1810/