The Raider Reporter (Winifred, MT) 1966-1987, September 01, 1983, Image 1

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V olume x:,;xv l Winifred, NT 59489 ALL SCHOOL REUNION ~inifred's population o f 169 people was ten times that a~ount on July 23-24 for the all school reunion. Daryl Snith, with the help of Ju,Jee lle:;gem,bar- becued 250 lbs. of beef for the banquet. Claudia Brooks, Rose Fordor, Mar- garet Wieber and Isabella l~erley registered the guests from · 31 states, Sa udi Arabia and England. The banquet was held at the schoolhouse. The Swim Club served at the banquet. The tables were decorated in the school's r.olors of red and white. The head table had two arrangementR of red and white flowers. Dale Benes baked and decorated the cakes. TI1e cake was serv- ed hy Doroi:hy Renes. Jim Lechner was the mastor of ceremonies and greeted the f;uests. The Rev. l3ill Liddell ga ve the invocation. Honor g.uests were the graduates of the 192O's and forner teachers. Speeches were given by Lonnie Guill, Walter JJdelhoven, T. H. ~rgum and Boots Asbjorneon. Entertaj_nme nt was provide- ed by Sweet A<lelines of Lewistmm. Aw11rrls were g.i.ven to P.on and llancy \·.'ilcox of Sau<lia Arabia for coming the farthest from out- side of United States. Jim Gibbons was given an award for traveling the forthest in United s•.,1.tes (:ie ·. ~ York). (ContjnucJ next column) The award for the old- est classmates we re given to Edith Harris Sudan, 01Ra llallickson Hess and Ralph Crow. Fannie Ehlert was given an award for having the most children. They all received gifts provided by Montana Ranch and Beef. Pastor Bill Liddell closed the festive ban- quet with the benedict io n. Ther was an outdoor dance held on basketball c0urt with music by Slick Trick of Big Sandy. The following day a picnic w11s held at the park for alu~ini a nd friends. This reunion gave the people a ch11nce to get reaquainted with their old classmates and friends. The . y all enj cy - - · ed themselves. ELECTIONS Class .elactions were held on August 2J, the first day of school. rn1ile each class was in home room, they held elect- ions for the offices of president, vice president, secretary-treasur e r anrl the positions f.or 7. stu- dent Council!-nen. These were the result ~ : TI1e officers for the Senior cl;,ss ani Tom Lechner-President, lfark - Ch ,, llans -Vi ce F resid e nt:, ~~rv Carr-Sccrct ar v-Tr ca - sur~r, and th Ee 2 ·council reembers are Tam mie Selph and Trncv Hassl ~r . (Continu~d next column~ ELECTIO~~S The offic . ers fo r · t:11 · ! Junior class a re t , 1.n , ; Hickey-President, - . li. eP Dyer-Vice President. : ~e •:i.:1 F.conom - S l?cr ct-'.lry · Tre:; - surer, and t t 1e CJu n = ~ , · ~ 1 2n are I(.ing Hickey <1 n1.\ ! , .. ·;-,.:1 Bawden. The stud e nts e · . )c t E•i as office·cs in the · i opil- cmore clas s are rerri. Hassler-President, ~! riss y Leonard - Vic:~ Pres i : 1 en t , Harb W~llin~ - Secr et ar y - Treasurer, :1 a<l '.·la:,:- ,.- ,\:1:1 Heller and A: :t ron c;1 ; · i.2n s are the C-:,unci l, \ en. The Freshmen cla s ~ 0i - ficers are , : in a C:1,1I 1: ins- President, To, ;i r . .Llr,- - Vice Pres iticnt, Jo \' , e; :,n-s -Secretary, M ary K. ' r;ndci t!>e Treasurer, Councilmen are Brooks and Scott The Junior - ~r u dy Ro r- rs. i ii. g h students also voted for their officers. •~s e were the resu.i.ts: r,: :gr 1th gr ad e: Jacob LaTra y -'. 'rl!s - i<lent, Stanl ey Ler··ar<l- Vice President, , 1sey Philp-Secrct ;:i ry- - Ire-'1 1.1r c r and Stacy r:oyce t!nd . ,. ,coh LaTray are the Counc ' · lmcn . Finally, the off i cers for the seventh g ra<l 0 are Robert D)•er - l-'rt:si : en t. Kara Bergu7 . - \'ice i r0 : ;- ident, Leah LaTrn y - - Scc - retar y, Jeff '. ·iarr • .> k c- Treasun ! r, anc ~ ;, J nca Morgan andLi sa Chal l1 n s are the Cou'1c ilmen . --~ congratulate the ,•: i ;w ,rs and hope tiwY do a · i ne job in offic e:.

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