The Raider Reporter (Winifred, MT) 1966-1987, September 10, 1984, Image 1

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REPORTER VOLUME XXXVII NO. 1 New 1 Superintendent Carroll Lindsey became Winifred School's new sup- erintendent in July. Mr. Lindsey and his wife, Virginia have come from Gardiner, MT. They have two children Donna and Ky- le, who are both in col- lege. Kyle at the age 20 is attending Montana State University as a Junior. Donna is 18 and will also attend M.S.U. Mr. Lindsey has been in the education profession for a total of 25 years. He received his B. S. deg- ree from the University of Corpus Christi, in Texas. His undergraduate degree is in Physical Education, and Social Sciences. He also has a masters of ed- ucation degree fr011 the University of Montana. Mr. Lindsey has been a superintendent . and a coach for both Winnett and Gra- ss Range schools. Mr. Lindsey said he returned to Central Montana because he enjoys working with the people and he likes the country. FACULTY INTERVIEWS Continued ••••• page 4. WINIFRED, MT 59489 SEPTEMBER 10, 1984 Western Heritage Assembly \The Western Heritage Program\ is the fourth Inspirada American program to be developed by singer/songwriter Phil White Hawk and artist Connie Bellet. It begins in the timeless mists of prehistory with the culture and spirituality of the Native Americans. Then, into the ancient civilizations of the Southwest charge the Conquistadores, lusting for the Seven Cities of Gold, called Cibola. Other adventurers follow, but these adopt the ways of the native peoples, and are welcome. They are the early Voyageurs, and then, following the Louisiana Purchase, the furtrapping Mountain Men. Succeeding waves of population wash over the West, and each is marked by its own philosopical ideals and goals. Collecting the hundreds of slides in this show has entailed thousands of miles of travel to seldom glimpsed ruins, the building of a 36 foot birchbark Voyageur canoe, the aid and abettment of the Northwest Rendezvous Group of Artists and the Paradise Valley Free Trappers, with a special contribution by artist Veryl Goodnight and her studio manager, Wendy Shattil. Experiencing this program is a chance to share the ad- venture of living history. Goal Posts ReQlaced ---- The Winifred has installed posts for the field. School new goal football The people that helped with the work did an e~cellent job and we want to thank these people: Don Buller, Bill Foreman, Martin Udelhoven, Neil Rich, Greg Johnston, Garald Johnston, Bill Dyer, and Jim Popnoe. Annuals II Have you picked up your 1984 Raider Annual? If not, you are missing on a chance to relive and enjoy some of last year's good times at WHS. Extra annuals are available at a price at $14.50 and can be purchased from any senior or Mrs. Tyler. * * * * * * * * *

The Raider Reporter (Winifred, MT), 10 Sept. 1984, located at <>, image provided by MONTANA NEWSPAPERS, Montana Historical Society, Helena, Montana.