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• • . . • -, -. --. --r--=-~-~. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . VolumeXXXVI No.9 ~Awards BanQuet On May 1, 1984 the Awards Banquet was held in the WHS Gym. Mary Carr, Pep Club President, wel- comed everyone and Mr. Gordon gave the invo- cation. After a meal of ham and assorted salads and desserts the awards ceremony began. Those giving out awards were: Pep Club, Boys Basket- ball, Girl's Basketball, Football, Music, FHA, FFA, American Legion, Art, Pho- tography, Science, Jay- cees, and Rusty Robinson. Track awards will be gi- ven after track season is over. For a complete list of awards see page 8. After they were fin- ished handing out awards Mary Carr thanked every- one for coming. Schools Out! At Last!!! The final day of school for the '83- 'R4 school year will be a week from Friday, May 18. On the last day of school students and teachers will \clean up the town\. A picnic at the park will follow the clean-up acti- vities. Winifred, MT 59489 GRADUATION On Friday, May 11, the Seniors of WHS will be saying good-bye to high school. Pastor Liddell will be givi~g the invoca- tion and the baccalaure- ate speech. Father Dick Osterman will be giving the benediction. The V~le- dictorian is Cindy Barnes and the Salutatorian is Tannnie Selph. The class colors are red and black and their class flower is the red rose. The class moto is ''Don't walk in front of me I may not follow. Don't walk be- hind me I may not follow. Just walk beside me and be my friend.\Jim Pearson will sing for the co11U11en- cement activities. May 11, 1984 Take .. over Day The Senior class took over the school on May 2. Mark was voted the scho- ol's new Superintendant. The following is a list of the senior class mem- bers and the positions they held. Grete-English, Cindy-Business, Tom-Math, Bonni-Science, Mary-Hist- ory, Scott-Special ED, Tam- mie-1st and 3rd, Tracy- Home Ee, Dewey-Shop, Matt- Music. The Seniors were well dressed and did a good job at teaching. S.C. Elect ions The Student Council held officer elections for the positions of President, Vice-President, and Secre- tary/Treasurer. Each was required to have at least nine signatures of nomin- ation and give a speech to the student body. The fol~ lowing were chosen: Presi- dent-King Hickey: Vice- President- Scott · Rogers and Secretary/Treasurer- Mary Heller. Congratula tions to alllllllllllll!II * * * * * * * * *