The Raider Reporter (Winifred, MT) 1966-1987, May 11, 1984, Image 2

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RAIDER REPORTER Volume XXXVI No.9 Winifred, MT _ _..;S=E~NIORS \TAKE .. O_E...__F•'_ . _ The Class of '84 will be taking their Senior Trip through Canada. They will leave from Great Falls after the Divisional Track Meet on May 17 and travel to East Glacier to spend the night. The class wants to spend time at the water slide in Columbia Falls and travel to Radium Hot Springs. Then, they will tour Calgary and Ba- niff for a couple of days. The Seniors will return back home Tuesday. The parents going along on the trip are: Gladys Walling, Marjorie Boyce, Bill and Lillian Mendel, and Gene and Evelyn Wichman. PAPER RECEIVES AWARD The Raider Reporter recently received a Silver Award from the School of Journalism at the University of Mon- tana. The paper was judged on news; features, and illu- strations, editorials, and make-up and advertising. The . 1 udges said, \ .•• the paper was generally well writ ten and interesting\. The judges also suggested· that the paper run some community feature sto _ ries. If anyone from the community has suggestions for stories or arti- cles for the paper, please contact Miss Baxter. The Ra- ider Reporte~ welcomes all comments and contributions from the community, staff, and students. A SENIOR POEM The graduating class Is truly a group that They have their ups, they have their downs, And some profess they're even clowns. But seriously I'd like to say, They are all good younP, adults on their chosen day. Success will be their goal in the upcoming years, And I hope that I have helped them overcome some fears. So as the year fades away And know that in their ~ they;£11 I bid them farewell, own special way, do well. Mrs. Tyler * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * May 11, 1984 RAIDER REPORTER STAFF Advisor ..•••..•• Miss Baxter Editor ••.•.•••• Susie Bolstad Elementary News ••••.••• Diane Wildung Sports ...•••• Mary K. Mendel Reporters •••••• Trudy Brooks Nina Challans Jamie Econom Julie Skinner Susie Bolstad Diane Wildung Classified Ads •.•.•.••• Scott Rogers Distribution and Mailing ••...• Krista Bergum Collators •.•.•••. Paper Staff We Wonder ... What all the kids are going to do this summer? How much trouble the Fresh- man girls will get into this summer? How many teachers will move? If Dewey is really going to Missionary school? If Grete is really Trudy & Julie's mother? What Mat B. is going to do this summer? If the sun really shines Jamie's window? (liiood J(urk !-nd 1ilrst 3!nlis~rs t!io W~r (lf>rnrlmrling <f!l11ss in

The Raider Reporter (Winifred, MT), 11 May 1984, located at <>, image provided by MONTANA NEWSPAPERS, Montana Historical Society, Helena, Montana.