The Raider Reporter (Winifred, MT) 1966-1987, April 26, 1970, Image 1

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wickens -d~m,-H\ VALEDICTORIAN- SAL UTA TOI<! AN P IC KE D Janet Wickens is vale- dictorian of the senior class,it was announced re- cently. She has been on the hon- or roll consistently, is a member of the National Hon- or Society and has been active in many extra-cur~ ricular activities. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Wickens of Suffolk. Salutatorian for the class of 1970 is Denise De Mars, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Tom DeMars of l~ini- fred. She is also a National Honor Society member and participates in many school activities. Graduation is scheduled for Monday, May 18, in the school gym_. ___ _ MENDEL ELECTED The school election held April h had a very good turnout. Bill Mendel was elected to serve on the school board. He replaces Bob Heggem on the elementary board.Mr. Heggem has served on the board for the past three years and did not file for re-election. In the districts of Salt Creek and Christina,Wesley Butler was returned to the high school board for a three-year term. Both levies passed. Tl-IE RAIDER l~EPORTEI~ Vol. XVII No. 6 Winifred, ''ontana hpril 20, 1,10 SPF.ZING CONCEl~T MAY 13 The high school-junior high band and choral concert will be on Wed_. May !J .. at 7:30 p.m. · There are 16 members in band from grades 5 through 10. The numbers they will perform are: \Andante Canta- bile\ \Mexican Folk Dance\ \Stars and Stripes Forever\ \Marines Hymn\ \The German Band\ \Yankee Doodle\ and \Aura Lee\. The high school chorus will sing \P.aindrops Keep Fallin I on My Head\ \If I Were a Carpenter\ \Auarius-- Let The Sunshine In\ \Holy Holy, Holy\ \Glory What a Day'', ancl \The Water is Wide\. The junior high music class will sing \Yello~ Bird\ \Sunshine Lollipops and Rainbows\ \Bi~ Corral\ \Leav~ in I on a Jet Plane\ ''0 Mister Moon\ \Can I t You Hear America Callin'\· Two nur.:bers each will be performed by the high school octet and the freshmen girls. These groups are under the direction of Miss Dee S:ktes. 13AI\J()UE T t-\1\JD PRO,V\ PL/-\NI\JED The Winifred High School prom will be held on May 2. The theme is \Sutru'ller Place\ and the colors are ice blmt and turquoise. ~he dance will be semi-formal. A group from the College of Great Falls, the St. Christopher's, will provide the music. The crowing will be at 10:JO and the next dance on the program will follow. The promenade will be directly after that dance. The junior-senior banquet will be held on May 6 at 6:30 p.m. The Denton Troubadours will provide the entertail'P ment and attorney Peter qapkoch of Lewistown will be the speaker. PL/-\Y DAY The annual grade school playday will be held Monday, May L. All the stuc:1ents from grades one through eight will participate, and there will be one race for pre- schoolers. In the course of the morning, the grade sr.hool rhythm band is going 1- - : play. A famous (:F '1erman story, \Beauty and the Beast\ will be dramatized by the fifth graders. If the weather permi.ts, the program is ~ scheduled~ to start at 9:!15 a.m. and the events will start at ll:00 a.m, Buses will not run. Students should bring their own lunch, or they may b~y their lunch at school.

The Raider Reporter (Winifred, MT), 26 April 1970, located at <>, image provided by MONTANA NEWSPAPERS, Montana Historical Society, Helena, Montana.