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RAIDER Nn. Winifrerl, MT V ✓ EOO ! NG ANNOU~~CEMENTS on August 2 0, Denise W herley and Greg Robinson w<>1· e united in holy mat- r i.,n, : my. The marriage took place i . n Billings at the Pius Chur ch. Kim Wherley wa s the matron of honor and the groom's bro th e r, Wayne, served as bestman. ·l'lv ~y nre making t h~ir hon1e i n B.i.lJ.inqs. * * * * * * * * * * * * On June 11,Chri s Econ- om and Mike Schmitt ex- changed rnar.riage vows in Lewistown. 'l'he ceremony took plac~ at the Metho- dist Church. A reception fol.lowed at th(' Yogo Inn. They are now m i , !c ing their home in Roy where he ranches . * * * * * * * * * * • * On May ?.7, David Ud<'l- hoven and Tammy Hawley were wed at the Luthern Church in L<:wi s town. A reception and dance was held followifk1 the wedding at the Eagles. 'f • hey made their home in Wi nif red where David ranches ,,._; . th his flither and Tarnny works at Cargill in Lewistown. • * * * * * * * * * * * Becky Bergum became Mrs. Jimmy Hill en June 25. 'T'he wed cl i.ng tock place at her pa rent's ranch north of Winifred. The re- ception was held at th e homP.. After a ho n eyn,oon at Flathead Lake, th ey return- ed to Billings w h ere they are both employed. * * * * * ~ * * * * * * st. Judes Church in Havr.e was the location of the wedding for Lisa Eh- lert and Byron Ophus. The ceremony took place on June 1 fl. ,loa . n Ehler.t was matron of hol'or wlii l e B y- ron's brother, Myron, ser- ved as bestrnan. A recep- tion book placo at the groom 'r, par.ants hou s e. 'Chey tr.aveled to Disney Land for their honeymoon. They now live in Have? whr• re t.hoy both work. On J1me 4, Bria ;1 D ~ l ;ix s and Lei\nn Harrison ware united im holy matr.:k:nony in Dill<;n1.; , Follow:i.n<; the wedd i ng, a reception was h el d in the Legion Hall. F or their honeymoon, they tr~veled into Canada, re- turning through Glacier Park. They are now making their home in Dill.o n where they are employed. * * * * * * * * * * * * On May 6, Sherry Benes and George Waren were wed in Helena. Matron of Honor was Debra Benes and Steve l~aren was bestman. They traveled through Canada for th e ir honeymoon. La- ter, on June 1 8, a recep- tion was held in their honor at Winifr1)<1 in \:he Community Hall. '.l.'hey now live in East Helena. * ~ * * * * * * * * * * NEW A . RR!VALS Congratula~ions we~e in order to Bruce and Cheryl Udelhoven on June 2. They bP.cB n>e the proud parents of a baby girl, Rachel l'.nn. She wei ~ ,; rn cJ. 5 lbs., 14 oz. and was 1 8 ~ inch e s long at birth. * * * * * * * * * * * * On July 18, Nancy and Kirn DeMars became the proud parents of another child. The baby girl was r: am , e d Emily Joy. She weigh- ed 6 J.h s., 71,oz. * * * * * * * * * * * * On August 6, a girl , Cari Lynn, w a s br.n : n tl' C a thy and Carl Sei l stad. She weighed 8 lbs., 14 O . '?.. She joins her brothers, Cody P.nd Cory, at Roy. * ~ * • * * • * * * * * Nona (H e .l . ler) and Ken Odom became the proud par- en tu on August 28. They nam e d their new daughter L~ur a Marie. She weighed 8 lh s ., 8 oz. The famil~• n n w live s in L a u~e l. -- - - - ---- · - • •- - --- - - 3- ~¢i, ~ril!. A gao 1<~/G er al - din0••l\. 5-No school-Labor. Day a-- Na~i onRl School A s s e ~- b l y at 10:25 9-Baskethall game/Moore H 10--Ba . sketball gai:ie/!'i r·• · 1 - ton-H 14--Dii. ::; trj,ct. I::811. Leadei:- ship Dnnfe ronce at Hobson 16--Basketball. . g ame /Ho b- son-A 17--1:•o~tbal 1/S 1:. Lec ,:, ··H Baske t bl :t.l g.:tll' . 0/ S t • Leos-A 23 ~--Bas ketb a 1. 1 grrn1P. /Gra \ :c: R,::>.r,qP.••H 24-- F ootball and BaRk ~• ball qamcs/Winnett··/'. 30--B asJ.:e tba 11 g, :,.: nefRcv-\ New .,r. High Cheerl. e2.d- ers were el~cted on M on - d ay, l.1.1 g us t 29. i'h 0 , , ,, elected w ere: Li sa C ! rn .l · · J.ans, I..e ;,h La'.l'!' 2 y, a :1 <1 Rhonda M o rqa n. Ka1:a Ber- gum was vo te•:! Mascot . Th1e s e cheeJ:l<?a •le rs wiJ. J. cheer for GirJ.'s Baske t - ball and Jr. Hi gh Boy' s Basketball . AS St:J l1! 3LY On Sflpter.i be r Sat 10:2 5 , the Na tion al School Assem- blies presen t \'l'he Union Jack a.nd Jill.\ The! d uo si . ngs and plays guitar, viol in, and bass. Ever ✓•• one' s welcorn<?.