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Volume XXXVI No. 3 Parent .. Teacher Con f erences On November 3, Parent~ Teai;.her Conferences will be held at the school. Conferences will take place from 2:30 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. and 6:30 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. A time schedule will be sent out to grade school parents. The jr. high and high school par- ents can come at their convenience. Parents can pick up the student's report card when they come to the school. Report cards will not be sent out , Hr. Rogers will have slides and journals from the Yellowstone Park Trip. Hrs. Rogers will have creative writing (stories) . by the Jr. High English students and Research Re- ports on composers by the General Music class. Mrs. Tyler will have a sample of everyone's work. Hrs . Flint will have a display of art set out for the parents to see. . . . . . . . . . . . : : . . : ·. . ·. , . . . . . . I, .. ' · . . . Winifred, MT 59489 November 1, 1983 Snake Pit I Snakes, snakes and more snakes - big ones little ones, fat ones and skinny ones ••••. Yuck! A snake pit was found about 10 miles northeast of Winifred. Bobby and Patsy Simac are the\proud owners\ of the pit, which is a little over a mile east of their house. So far they have caught over 180 snakes. There are · different kinds of snakes . at the pit: bull- snakes, rattle snakes, garter , snakes, water snakes and racers. The Simac's sold the snakes to Earl Grimm in Harlowton. He will use the snake skins for shoes, belts and etc. The venom is used in medicine. The Simac's plan on killing the rest of the snakes before winter settles in order to control their population. * * * * * * * * * * * * * W. E.A. Scho!a rs hips As an alternative to the WEA Scholarship Auc- tion held each spring, the Winifred School Fac- ulty is holding a raffle for a Y-Zinger Motorcycle. Total support is needed to make the raffle a suc- cess. Tickets will be sold at each basketball ga10e until the end of the boys basketball season. The motorcycle will also be on display at these games. The cost is one ticket for-$2.00 or three tickets for-$5.00. At each game there will be a bonus prize. Those who buy tickets that night will be eligible for the bonus prize and then all tickets will be put into the lar- ger bucket to be eligible for the motorcycle. ThP. staff would appreciate your support. All pro- ceeds go toward scholar- ships for seniors. HAPPY HALLOWEEN! * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * *