The Raider Reporter (Winifred, MT) 1966-1987, December 03, 1984, Image 1
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VOLUME XXXVII NO. 4 RAIDER REPORTER Junior Class Play: December 7-8 The Junior Class is putting on their class play on Dec- 1 ember 5th.The play is a comedy and is called \Aaron Slick From Punkin Crick.\ The characters are Mrs. Rosy Berry, played by Barb Walling, Mr. Merridew, played by Kelly Simac, Sis Riggs played by Terri Hassler, Aaron Slick, played by Mary Heller, Gladys May and a girl in red both played by Chris Leonard, and Clarence Green, · played by Kerry Simac. The setting takes place in Oklyhomy. Aaron Slick wants to propose to Mrs. Berry but can't get up the nerve. Mr. Merridew and Gladys May, Mrs. Rosy's sum- mer boarders, plan to buy the farm for a very low price. They don't tell her that there is oil on the farm and it is worth millions. Will Miss Rosy sell the farm? Will Aaron ever propose? Mrs. Tyler, director of the Junior · play, states, \Everyone has been working hard and we hope ~ it will be a success.\ Everyone is welcome, The play · ': starts at 7:00 pm and will be held at the school in the multi-purpose room. The admission will be $2.00 for adults, and a $1.00 for students. For the afternoon play on Friday the 7th at 12:30 pm, it will cost $1.50 for adults and $.75 for students. We hope to see everyone there!!! * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * Carollers The Winifred High Sch- ool and Junior High Choir will be caroling on the evening of December 17th, They attempted to carol last year,but the weather was too cold. We hope the weather this year is good and plan on wishing every- one a Merry Christmas!!!! * * * * * * * * * * ~ * * Women's Club The Winifred Womens Cl- ub will be having their Christmas party on Decem- ber 11th, at 6:30 pm.They will be having a dinner and then will exchange gifts.They will also find out who their secret sis- ter has been. * * * * * * * * * * * * * DECEMBER 3, 1984 X-Mas Program On December 13th at 7:00p.m. the K-12 grades · • will have their Christmas program. The program will be filled with songs, skits, and choral read- ings done by the K-6 grades. The fifth an<l sixth grade band will be entertaining with two songs, also. The Jr. High and High School band . will perform before the program and also play . during the program. The High School choir will sing three songs. The finale will be the entire audience singing Christ- mas carols and a visit from Santa Claus. More Computers The school has recently acquired three Apple Ile computers. The school now has a total of six com- puters; 4 Apple Iles and 2 Radio Shack TRS-80s. One of the Apple com- puters is in the elemen- tary. Another of the Apples is in the Special Ed. room. The other two Apples are in the math room along with both of the TRS-80s.