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~: .. . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . VOLUME XXXVII NO. 2 WINIFRED, MT 59489 Homecoming 'a4 Homecoming is Saturday , Oct. 13. Activities will begin Friday night, when the girls basketball team challenges Judith Gap. After the game will be the snakedance, pep rally and bonfire. Saturday will begin with the parade starting at 11:30 am, where you can see the class floats, Homecoming candidates, and the football team. The seniors will provide a dinner between the parade and football game.At 1:30 the Raiders will kickoff against the Hays-Lodgepole T-birds which should be an exciting game. At halftime the Homecoming king and queen will be crowned and the winning float announced. Home- coming will climax with the Homecoming dance starting at 9:00 pm arid ending at 1:00 am. Music will be provided by the country-rock band, The Rise. Hope you can attend to help cheer our boys onto victory and make Homecoming a success. * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * Books For Sale Tire H.S. Library is selling old books for soc. Mrs. Cantu will be selling the books at some of the girls basketball games. Come and have a look at the books in the library. Hunter's Stew On October 20, the Winifred Tavern and Cafe will be having their ann- ual Hunter's Stew. This dinner is free to welcome all hunter's and will begin at 7:00 p.m. There will be live music in the bar following dinner. Stop by and join in the fun! Everyone is welcome! * * * * * * * · * * * * * * * OCTOBER 5, 1984 STUDENT COUNCIL The Student Council has new members, and officers. The president is King Hickey, vice-pres- ident- Scott Rogers and secretary-Mary Heller. Re- presentatives are; 7th grade-Travis Heggem and Jimmy Blazicevich, 8th grade- Robert Dyer and Jeff Warneke, Freshmen- Jake Latray and Stan Leon- ard, sophomores- Scott Rogers and Susie Bolstead, juniors-Mary Heller and Sonny Johnston, seniors- King Hickey, Gordon Wich- man and Allen Dyer. We had a meeting the 19th and we discussed ideas for projects and to help our school and com- munity. Some of the proj- ects we discussed were, having a dinner before a community event, putting a pop machine in the school, put benches in hall, have an assembly on drunk driving, help comm- unity plant trees and flowers by the swimming pool. Some other ideas were to sponsor a movie, donce, and carnival, and also continue holiday de- corations (on home room door and in halls of the school.)