The Raider Reporter (Winifred, MT) 1966-1987, March 03, 1984, Image 1
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. . . . . 11 iFt~dEW«:;1!i Ji REPORTERJ : Volume XXXVI No. 7 Delegates · · Chosen The American Legion Post #120 recently announ- ced the Boys and Girls State delegates for 1984. Mat Bolstad, son of Alvin and Carolyn Bolstad, has been chosen the delegate to Boys State. King Hic- key will be a delegate to Boys State and will be sponsored by the Winifred Jaycees. King is the son of Jim and . Francis Hickey. Gordon Wichman, son of Gene and Evelyn Wichman, was chosen as alternate. Boys State will be held on the campus of Western Montana College in Dillon June 10-June 16. Girls State delegates were also recently chosen. Anita Stulc, daughter of 1 · :ilson and Nancy Stulc , , · , , ill be representing the American Legion. Kevin Econom will also be at- tending Girls State and will be sponsored by the Winifred Jaycees. She is the daughter of Tom and Wilma Econom. Girls state will be held June 10-16 on the campus of Carroll College in Helena. Winifred; MT 59489 Raffle Winners On February 18, the winners of the WEA·dnd Senior Raffles; were sel\\. • ected. The . drawing too . k place at the last . basket- ball game. Maxine Lechner won the Mini-Bike being raffled by the' WEA and Les Slivka · won the raffle sponsored by tne Seniors . , Both organizations would like to thank all people who supported the raffles JR. PROMI The 1984 Junior/Senior Prom will be March 24, The dance will start at 9:00 p.m. and end at 2:00 a.m. Promenade will be at 11:30 p.m. The band is J.B.'s Country Gold from Roundup 111 Come one, come all •• and dance to great music! Prices will be as fol- lows: Singles: Couples: See you there! $4.50. $7.00. March 3, 19~4 District FFA Con ventionl-'.s , On March 6, the Win~- fred FFA Chapter traveled to Hobson to attend the Judith Basin District Con- vention. The Ag-Mechanics team took ~th place. This team consisted of Scott Wherley Dwain~ Helmers,Sonny John- son and Tom Lechner. The crops team took 4th. Team members were: Barb Walling, Aaron Chal- lans, Kelly and Kerry Simac. The livestock team pl- aced 2nd. The team mem- bers were: Matt LaTray, Gary Boyce, Tammie Selph, and Kevin Econom. Gary Boyce also placed 2nd in , individual judging. Tammie Selph won the Sweetheart competition. Matt LaTray received high individual in General Ag, while Tom Lechner got 3r~ The General Ag team con- sisted of Matt LaTray,Tom Lechner, Gary Boyce, and Tammie Selph. We placed 3rd on the FFA test. Tom Philp, Barb Walling, Joe DeMars and Tom Lechner were on the team. (Cont. page 3)