The Raider Reporter (Winifred, MT) 1966-1987, December 02, 1983, Image 2

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RAIDER REPORTER· Volume XXXVI DRILL• •TEAM No. 4 It's that season again-- time for boy's basketball and girl's drill team. This year the drill team instructor will be Barb Strouf. Sixteen girls are going out for drill team this year. They are: Seniors: Tammie Selph Patty Walling Juniors: Krista Bergum Camille LaTray Anita Stulc Kevin Econom Sophomores:Barb Wailing Chrissy Leonard Terri Hassler Freshmen: Mary K. Mendel Diane Wildung Susie Bolstad Julie Skinner Nina Challans Trudy Brooks Jamie Econom We would like to wish them good luck during their performances. * * * * * * * * * * * * * Thanks I The varsity girls' basketball team would like to thank everyone for their support at th:ls year's tournaments. With- out your help we couldn't have gone so far. * * * * * * * * *-* * * Winifred, MT 59489 Team Dinner On Monday, November 21, the girls' varsity and junior varsity basketball teams went into Lewistown · for their annual \end-of- season\ dinner .Mrs. Tyler, Mrs. Flint, Judy Brooks, Diane Philp, Manager, Tracy Hassler, and all the girls on the varsity and junior varsity : teams went to the Mercantile and everyone got to order their favorite entree. After dinner, the team went to the civic center to watch the second half of the challenge game be- tween Moore and Grass Range. (III//I/J/II////II///I/II Junior Play On January 13th and 14 the Junior Class will be putting on three one-act plays. There will be a Friday afternoon showing and another showing at 7:30 Saturday night. The plays are one mystery-- The Mystery of the Locked Room and two comedies-- Shock of His Life and Sure as You're Born. The following article is a short summary of each play. (Continued next column.) * * * * * * * * * * * * * I December 2, 1983 Play Previews \The Mystery of the Locked Room\ is a thrill- ing mystery about the Winthrop family . Mr. Winthrop becomes sole heir of a large, ghostly family mansion. The fam- ily moves into the man- sion only to find myster- ious relatives, secret rooms, and unexplainable noises. This play is guaranteed to keep you on the edge of your chair. \Shock of His Life\ and \Sure As You're Born\ are both comedies dealing with the Maxwell family. In \Shock of His Life\ Mr. Maxwell, played by Bryan Bawden, somehow comes to the conclusion that he is dying. Of course there has been a misunderstanding largely due to the incompetence of the teenage son,Wilbur, played by King Hickey. In \Sure As You' re Born\ Mr. and Mrs. Maxwell, played by King Hickey and Camille LaTray, wish they had a girl instead of their mischievous son, Wilbur. Betty Lou Naxwell (Anita Stulc) and Connie Maxwell, (Kevin Econom) add to the hilarious antics that go on in the Maxwell home. ////I/I//IIII/I////I///// /I///////I///II/II//I//I/

The Raider Reporter (Winifred, MT), 02 Dec. 1983, located at <>, image provided by MONTANA NEWSPAPERS, Montana Historical Society, Helena, Montana.