The Raider Reporter (Winifred, MT) 1966-1987, November 02, 1984, Image 3

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RAIDER REPORTER VOLUME XXXVII NO. 3 WIN I FRED, MT 59489 NOVEMBER 2, 1984 FFA B-BALL Tournament The Winifred FFA ยท is holding their 9th Annual FFA Basketball Tournament on November 16, 17, 18. The tournament will be held at the Winifred High School. Eight teams will be competing. There's a $50 entry fee. Entries will be accepted on a first-come, first-serve basis. It is a double elimination tournament. The 1st place team will win $75 and for the 2nd . place team $50 will be awarded. The gate fee is $2.00 for 12 years old and up and $1.00 for 12 years old and under. Ham- burgers, pop and candy will be sold in the multi- purpose room at the school. For more infor- mation or to reserve a spot for your team contact Oscar Cantu or Kevin Econom. It is requested that all teams and its members are regis- tered before November 15. * * * * * * * * * * * * * HAPPY THANKSGIVING! ! * * * * * * * * * * * * * _T_op Sales The claRses recently had their annual magazine sales. They sold a total of $2351.69 worth of mag- azines. The juniors came in first with a total of $1029.04. The sophomores came in second with $748. 43, freshmen-$304.08, and the seniors with $270.14. High-salesman was Terri Hassler.The classes re- ceive 40% of what they make. This money goes towards the prom, junior- senior banquet,class trip, etc. Prizes ar.e given out to all those who sold mag- azines, quality of prize depending on how many you sold. Thankyou to every- one who bought magazines and helped support the classes. WHS Poll We wantecl . to find out who some people would like to meet on Halloween night. Here were some replies: Chris: anyone but the sen- ior boys. Sonny: Mr. Mast in a dark alley. Barb: King Diane: Brian Camille: Mel Gibson Miss Baxter: I think I already celebrated it. Kevin: K.C. (or a sweet- heart) Kara: Jan Micheal Vincent Leah: Paul Ne~'lllan Allen: Terri Susie: the munsters King : Barb Jake: Terri Mrs. Rogers: E.T. Mat: Julie Mary H.: an with lots my pocket! algebra book of matches in Phi Ip/Leonard ~ For President & ViceNPresident LEADERSHIP YOU CAN TRUST!! * * * * * * * * * * * A Vote For Philp Is A Vote For~ .. INCREASED CRiliE RATE .. 11.IGHER TAXES .. INCREASED lNJUTION **MORE UNEMPLOYMENT .. wt: WILL END TH! ARMS RACE BY JOINING TH! USSR!! **HORE TERRORIST ATTACKS .. BLOWING UP CDITRAL AMERICA .. NO tllRE SCHOOL .. NO HORE MICHEAL JACKSO!,, BOY GEORGE OR PRINCE! I Paid for by the Philp/Leonard Cuipaign for President.

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