The Raider Reporter (Winifred, MT) 1966-1987, November 02, 1984, Image 1

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VOLUME XXXVII NO. 3 The NILE A NILE livestock judg- ing team was sent down to Billings on October 15th. The team consisted of four lucky FFA members. They were Stan Leonard, Casey Philp, Jake LaTray and Tom Philp, and they were accompanied by Mr. Cantu. They stayed at the Ramada Inn on Monday night. Tuesday morning they were up bright and early and ready to go livestock judge. They judged pigs, cows, sheep and horses. They had to give reasons on several of these classes. Jake La Tray was the high scorer in the Winifred team. They did not place but did very well and enjoyed the experience. Joe DeMars was also a participant in NILE activ- ities. Last year at the NILE, he won a calf in the calf scramble. This year he brought ~he - calf back to show and sell as a fat steer. He placed sixth in the open class and received re3erve cha~- pion among the calf scram- ble calves. (Cont. on next column) * * * * * * * * * * * * * WINIFRED, I-IT 59489 Parent-Teacher Conferences The end of the first 9 weeks is November 2nd • Parent - Teachers Confer- ences will be held on Nov. 6 from 2:00-5:00 p.m. and 6:00-8:00 pm.Report cards will be handed out to the parents during the confer- ences. If the parents don't attend the confer- ences, the report cards will be given to the kids on November 7. School will be let out at 2:00 on the 6th. * * * * * * * * * * * * * (cont. from column l.) Stan Leonard partic- ipated in the calf scram- ble this year. Saturday night of the NILE during the final performance of the rodeo and 19 other kids were turned lose in the arena with 10 calves. Stan was lucky enough to get a calf. This calf is a 500 pound Angus calf. He will bring it back to the NILE next year to sell. CONGRATULATIONS TO ALL THE PARTICIPANTS AT THE NILE! NOVEMBER 2, 1984 Pop Machine The Winifred High School is getting a pop machine! The Student Co- uncil conducted a survey and most kids wanted the machine. Student Council received permission from Mr. Lindsey and contacted the Lewistown Bottling Co- mpany. The kinds of pop available will be Squirt, Mt. Dew, Pepsi, Orange, Diet 7-UP and Diet Pepsi Free. Each class will take turns filling the pop machine every morning. They will also be respon- silbe for keeping the school clean. The W-Club and Pep Club will use the machine during the games. It will be located in the multi-purpose room. The proceeds from sales will ,J,e the pop divided among the classes equally.

The Raider Reporter (Winifred, MT), 02 Nov. 1984, located at <>, image provided by MONTANA NEWSPAPERS, Montana Historical Society, Helena, Montana.