The Raider Reporter (Winifred, MT) 1966-1987, February 06, 1970, Image 1

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lf{j~[Q}~~ ~~[?-)(0)~1T~~ Vol. XVII No. 4 Winifred, ~ontana February 6, 1970 IT'S TOU /(NAM ENT T/li/\E AGAIN The District 7C tournament is scheduled ~r February 19-21 at the Lewistown Civic Center. Teams participat- ing are: Grass Range, Judith Gap, Moore, Roy, St. Leo's Winifred, , Winnett, Hobson and Denton, Team pairings will be based on team standings at the close ef the confer- ence season.' The last two teams will have a play-off on Wednesday night, Feb. 18,to determine who will go on into the district tournament. In addition to regular single admission prices, the tournament committee voted to sell season passes, since seating at the civic center may be at a premium. Prices for the passes are: Students-- ' 2.75 and adults--iS,75. Passes may be had at the Winifred school office. Dead- line is Feb. 13 to buy a pass. The number of the season passes sold will be deducted from the total seating capacity and only that many open tickets will be sold. In addition to supoorting the team and cheerinP, it on to divisional, the Winifred fans will als«, be behind their cheerleaders all the way. DE LEGATE 5 CI-I OS EN Delegates to Boys and Girls state were selected this week by the faculty from among the juniors. Chosen tQ attend G,irls State was Susie Kinkelaar, end her alternate is Kathy Lechner. The Boys State delegate is Mark Udelhoven and his alternate is Bill Allen. Both activities are :sponsored by the Winifred American Legion and ftuxil- iary, More information about Boys and Girls State will appear in the next issue, JANET WINS HO!v\EM A t<E R AWA l~D It was announced this week that Jenet Wickens earned the highest rank_ in W HS for the American Homemaker of Tomorrow. Her paper will be enter- ed in the national Betty Crocker contest.State and National winners in the con- test will be announced in coming months. Janet is the daURhterof Mr. and Mrs. Jack Wickens. Fl RST PLACE GOES TO DONITA The American Legion Oratorical contest was held Jan. 15 at the high school. The contestants were Donna Bolstad, Kitty Carr, Kim DeMars,RandyRich, Donita Smith, Cathy Udel- hoven, and John Wickens. Each gave a prepared oration with the title, \The Constitution in a Changing World.\ They also gave an ex- temporaneous speech on a portion of the Constitu- tion. First-place winner was Donita Smith; Kitty CarP placed second; and Cathy Udelhoven was third. Donita will go on to the district meet in Denton on Feb. 17. . , . fl. zone contest i _ s planned for \1arch 3 at Hariowt,iin. The Legion De?artmental Oratorical contest will be held on Tuesday, March 10,- · at Fer~us County High. · HONOR ROLL Third Six Weeks Seniors Jan et i . .Jickens-------96 Denise DeMars-------92.L Joe Wickens---------92 Juniors Susie Kinkelaar----•95.6 Connie Meckling-----93 Kathy Lechner-------92.2 Freshmen Cftthy Udelhoven-----97.75 Donita Smith--------95.75 Eighth Vicki Limpus--------93.L Seventh Brian Goettlich-----95.L

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