The Raider Reporter (Winifred, MT) 1966-1987, April 18, 1969, Image 1

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- · ----------. Vol. XVI No. 6 Winifred, Montana Apr. 18,1969 STUDENTS TO ATTEI\JO H. S. Vvl:.EK Attending High School deek at Bozeman this year will be Nancy ,·Jickens ,sen- ior, and Janet .Jickens and Denise Dei'iars, juniors. They will go to the /SU campus on April 24 and will be accompanied by i•irs .Ger- ald Bergum. ,lhile there, they will tour the campus, ta< e tests, and attend several college functions. They will return home Saturday, April 26. SENIORS SELL YEARBOOKS Seniors are now taking orders for the 1969 year- book, w!,ich is being sold for $4.50. By taking an August de- livery of the yearbooks, the seniors receive a 5% discount. Also it is pos- sible this w;q to include pictures of graduation ac- tivities. Be sure to get your re- quest for a book in now, as only enough books for paid orders will be pur- chased from the American Yearbook Company. BOOK FAIR SCHEOU LED IN MAY Winifred High School will sponsor a student book fa:ir from ,•,ay 5 to . _!'Jay 7. Students will be able to browse and purchase books. The book fair will be open during the hours of 8:)0-):J0. Books will be on display in the English room. The book fair committee invites all students, parents, and visitors to attend the fair. The fair will not only help spur student interest in reading and building home libraries, but will also contribute to a worthwhile pro- ject. The school earns 20',t of all sales and profits will be used for junior class activities. The book fair display will include attractive new books from many p~blishers in all popular price ranges. All reading areas of interest to students will be represented, including classics,fiction,biographies,adventure stories, science, nature, crafts, mystery, and reference books, The committee is working with Educational Reading Service, a professional book fa4' company, to furnish an individ- ual selection of books for the fair. JLJ 1\J IORS PLAN A~JD EANOUET The junior class has been busy ma< ing plans for the junior-senior banquet and prom. The banquet will be on April 30 in the school gym. Speaker for the evening is scheduled to be Mr. J. A. Longin, Dean of Admissions at the College of Great Falls. 1'1usical entertain- ment will be provided by the Choralaires from Fer- gus County High School. · The prom is planned for i·iay 3, with the theme of : 11 There 1 s a Kind of Hush • . . ,1. The colors are going to be light and dark pink. Music for the prom will be fur- nished by Weingart's orch- estra from Winnett. JOE \J\/ICKt:NS CHOS~N FOR BOYS STATE Joe Wickens, son of 1•.ir. and 1·.II's • Larry Wickens, has been selected as dele- gate to Boys State this year. His alternate is Rick Bergum,son of Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Bergum. The 1-Jinifred American Legion sponsors the Boys State delegate each year.

The Raider Reporter (Winifred, MT), 18 April 1969, located at <http://montananewspapers.org/lccn/TheRaiderReporter/1969-04-18/ed-1/seq-1/>, image provided by MONTANA NEWSPAPERS, Montana Historical Society, Helena, Montana.