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9 llJ E . ' . I I volume XXXV No. 8 Winifred, Mt. 59489 April 20, 1983 EDITORIAL Now that spring is here, and summer is on its way, the school year is about over. For . some, it will be here again next fall, but for the Seniors it is over. I suppose they can't wait for May 13 when they hear that graduation march when their walking into the gym for the last time. For some, it will be a sad time, but for most it will be a happy moment. But what is this moment actually. Does it mean their glad because there is no more homework or school, or is it a scary time because you are now taking your first step into the adult war ld. This is one of the most important times in your li Fe becat1se what you do with your life right nm-1 has an- a11ful lot of influence on how your li Fe will be in ten or twenty years. Most people don't realize it, but there are many opportunities out in the world just waiting for you to find them. You don't get any younger and you can never go back in time, so you've got to take control of your li Fe now and take advantage of all the opportunities in the world. If a person is to succeed, you must take every opportunity that comes your 1'/ay. You must overcome any obstacle that gets in your way. As I close, I would like to extend many wishes and good luck to this year's ~eniors who are preparing to go out in the world on their own. To make their life, and to form their career. There are going . to be many mo~ntains, but if you can't climb it, do not turn back yet find a path around it. Whatever the struggle, continue -to climb, for the summitt may only be one step a,,a y. CONGRATULATIONS AND GOOD LUCK SENIORS! ! ! BAN OUET. The Jr. and Sr. Banquet was held on Tuesday, April 19, at 6:30 p.m. The Junior mothers prepared a menu of Roa3t Beef, mashed potatoas, corn, jello salad, cake and relish trays. After a welcome by Matt LaTray, the dinner was served. After dinner, Lorraine Swanky gave a speech. Entertainment was provided by Kelly Rawl of Grass Range. After the program the Sr. class president Brett Green, thanked · everyone for coming. Recently at the State FFA Convention in Billings, Nina Knox competed for a state office. After a \'leek of rough intervieW£, 1 was announced as state's new 4th President! ! long, Nina the Vice.,. For the next year, N.ina will be traveling attending many·FFA events.