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A shocker

Keil Krumwiede went high over Conrad’s Bert Paulsen for this touchdown catch from Jason
Thibault that would tie the game at 26-all with 5:23 left in the ball game. Cache Younkin
kicked the extra-point attempt that would give the Scotties a short-lived 27-26 lead.

With 5:23 left in the
fourth quarter, Scotty
football fans erupted, the
Elks Cannon barked and
horns blared as Glasgow
finally had the lead over
Conrad for the first time
in the quarterfinal game of
the Class B Playoffs.
Now all the Scotties
had to do was to contain
the Cowboys.

It didn’t happen.
With 11.1 ticks left
on the clock, Conrad’s
quarterback Shane Larson
plunged into the end zone
from three yards out,
leaving 7.1 seconds left on
the clock and the Scotties
praying for a miracle, and
that didn’t happen either.
The 10th ranked
Cowboys had come back
to Glasgow after losing
34-12 here on October
24th and left with a 32-27
victory to advance to the
Class B semifinals: a very
sad ending to a Saturday
afternoon for a packed
Scotty crowd, and an elated
afternoon for the Cowboy
fans making the trip.

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Scotty netters out in two

’Twas a sad weekend for Scotty sports all the way as
around as the Scotty volleyball team was in Choteau where
they would get bumped out of the Northern B Divisional
Tourney. The host Bulldogs beat them on Thursday and 2B
rival Plentywood ousted them on Friday morning.

Due to sales of
new vehicles
we are over
stocked with

LOW MILEAGE TRADES

In Bobby Brown’s Memory

The Fort Peck School Reunion committee recently purchased
a brick in memory of Bobby Brown for the future Northeast
Montana Veterans’ Memorial. Bobby, who went to school at
Fort Peck, was killed in action while serving during the Viet
Nam War. If anybody knows of others who went to school in
Fort Peck and lost their lives in action, the Fort Peck School
Reunion committee would like to know. Please call Tan at
263-2687.

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Everyone is invited to attend Wheatgrass Arts and
Gallery’s first Lunch-n-Learn series on Wednesday,
November 12th from noon to 1:00.
The first speaker is Cathryn Sugg, once owner of
the Goodkind Gallery in Glasgow and distinguished
local artist. She will be sharing her expertise on the
two artists who have influenced her the most in her art
career: Marie Watt, and Robert Rauschenberg.
Grab a lunch (at Soma-Dis?) a latte (at the Loaded
Toad?) and meet in the Space In The Back at the
Wheatgrass Arts and Gallery located in downtown
Glasgow at 531 2nd Avenue South.

BUZZIFIEDS

for

Saturday Nov. 22nd
9 am - 4 pm
Glasgow Elk’s Club
Prime Rib Dinner & Auction
Friday, Nov. 21st
6 - 8 pm
Tickets must be
Purchased in Advance

Tickets Available at: KLTZ/KLAN, BS Central & Elk’s

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Some bonechilling days
ahead of us

6.0 inches of snow fell on Sunday which is a record
amount for the date of November 9th, breaking the
old record of 4.6 inches set back in 1940. It provided
0.3 inch of precipitation. Since January 1st we’ve had
14.45 inches of precipitation while the average is 10.99
inches.
We’re going to be seeing some Arctic-like winter
this week, although we’ve officially got well over
a month of autumn left. The first day of winter is
December 21st.
Tonight: Mostly cloudy, with a low around 1. Wind chill
values as low as -15. Northwest wind around 10 mph.
Veterans Day: A 20 percent chance of snow. Mostly
cloudy, with a high near 11. Wind chill values as low as
-16. Northwest wind 11 to 14 mph, with gusts as high as
20 mph.
Tuesday Night: Mostly cloudy, with a low around -4. Wind
chill values as low as -17. Northwest wind 8 to 11 mph.
Wednesday: Mostly sunny, with a high near 12. Northwest
wind around 7 mph.
Wednesday Night: Partly cloudy, with a low around -5.
West wind 6 to 8 mph.
Thursday: Mostly sunny, with a high near 11. South wind
3 to 6 mph.
Thursday Night: Mostly clear, with a low around -7.
Friday: Mostly sunny and cold, with a high near 10.
Friday Night: Partly cloudy, with a low around -2.
Saturday: Partly sunny, with a high near 14.
Saturday Night: Mostly cloudy, with a low around 3.
Sunday: Mostly sunny, with a high near 21.

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The Scotty seniors take their final walk together. From left: Darci Shipman, Autumn Hopkins, Parker Kulczyk, Eddie Daggett, Kyle Humbert, Joe Doney, Chase Fossum, Wyatt Pattison, Jake
Page, Kyle Albus, Dylan Guttenberg, Tanner Roness, Keil Krumwiede, Ryan Scanlan, Dallas Capdeville, Andrew Fransen, Jason Thibault, Jake Hentges, Carly Wesely and MaKenzie Wesen.

Conrad
Glasgow

14
6
6

32
13
7
7

27
1st quarter
Conrad: 1:00, Hunter Mycke 70 pass from Shane Larson
(run failed)
2nd quarter
Conrad: 9:57, Larson 7 run (kick failed)
Glasgow: 7:21, Jason Thibault 10 run (kick failed)
Conrad: 5:09, Larson 8 run (Larson run)
Glasgow: 0:31, Benji Phillips 50 pass from Thibault (Cache
Younkin kick)
3rd quarter
Conrad: 9:34, Larson 7 run (pass failed)
4th quarter
Glasgow: 11:51, Tanner Roness 20 pass from Thibault
(Younkin kick)
Ryan Scanlan and Joe Doney blow a hole in Conrad’s defensive line. The Scotties racked up 373 yards. Glasgow: 5:23, Keil Krumwiede 21 pass from Thibault
Jason Thibault was 10-17 for 153 total passing yards. But five fumbles — three of them resulting in (Younkin kick)
turnovers — didn’t help their situation. The Cowboys gained 393 yards, 116 yards through the air.
Conrad: 0:11, Larson 3 run (pass failed)
6
0

Conrad’s quarterback Shane Larson crosses the goal line for one of his four rushing
touchdowns as Keil Krumwiede tries to stop him. Larson literally demolished the Scotty
defense, carrying the ball 42 times for 246 yards and was 5-8 passing including a 70-yard
touchdown toss.

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Valley National Eight-ball Association

5 Member Teams
Men and/or Women

Starting Nov. 13

For additional Information or Sign-up
Contact Jory Schipman (406) 654-7097

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Sr. Citizen Menu
TUESDAY

CLOSED
FOR VETERANS DAY
Call for reservation by 10 AM
228-9500

It was a beautiful day for football on Saturday. Unfortunately, it was the final game of the post season here in Glasgow.

TUESDAY
Soup: Potato • Chili
Specials:

Bacon Cheeseburger
Turkey Croissant
Dine at the“O”
228-8006

Volleyball’s District 2B
1st Team All-Conference
Paige Harris
Markelle Lett
Larimie Schefflemear
Dakota Simonson
Sadie Sukut
Lindsay Wangerin
Mariah Weeks

Plentywood
Malta
Malta
Plentywood
Glasgow
Plentywood
Wolf Point

11
12
12
11
12
12
12

Amy Breigenzer
Christean Holen
Dana Hughes
Erin LaMere
Victoria Obergfell
Darby Schye
Kourtney Simonson

Glagow
Wolf Point
Glagow
Harlem
Plentywood
Malta
Malta

12
12
12
12
11
12
12

Larimie Scheffelmear
Sadie Sukut
Lindsay Wangerin

Malta
12
Glasgow 12
Plentywood 12

2nd Team All-Conference

All-State Selections

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Jewelry
-Open HouseHwy 2 West
228-2997

Friday, November 14th
9 a.m. – 5:30 p.m.
Join us for
Goodies & Giveaways!

SPECIALS:
MONDAY

Soup: BEEF NOODLE
Lunch: CHEESEY CHICKEN
HOAGIE
Dinner: 4 oz CHICKEN
FRIED STEAK

TUESDAY

Soup: HAM & BEAN
Lunch: BBQ BEEF SAND.
Dinner: 2pc. LIVER & ONION

WEDNESDAY

Soup: BEER CHEESE
Lunch: PATTY MELT
Dinner: 8 oz. CHICKEN
FRIED STEAK

THURSDAY

Soup: TURKEY NOODLE
Lunch: POLISH, SWISS
& KRAUT
Dinner: 2pc PORK CHOP

We Have Soft-Serve Ice Cream!

Have Your Parties Here
BOOK NOW!
A GREAT PLACE TO
HANG OUT!

THE HANGAR

Hwy 2 East
228-8280

Veterans Day Program Tuesday at the Civic Center
The public is encouraged to observe Veterans Day
on Tuesday, November 11th by attending a program at
the Glasgow Civic Center beginning at 10:30 a.m.
Master of Ceremonies is Steve Page. Presentation
of Colors will be given by the VFW Honor Guard.
Invocation will be presented by VFW Chaplain Phil
Wilson. Introduction of Officers will be done by Steve
Page.
Art Widhalm will be giving the Veterans Day
address.
Art was born and raised on a farm in Valier,
graduating from Valier High School. He helped his
father on the farm for two years before he joined the Air
Force in September 1964. He retired in 1994 as a Chief
Master Sergeant after 30 years of active duty.

Art served two tours in Vietnam, spent six months
in Korea during the Pueblo crisis and served in Europe
for over 13 years: seven years in Germany, 3 1/2 years in
Holland and three years in England.
Art has dedicated his retired years to helping
veterans. He was VFW Post 3107 Commander for nine
years and District 5 Commander for three years. He
took over as State Commander in April 2014 following
the resignation of the serving commander who had to
leave due to health issues. He was then elected to a full
term as State Commander in June.
He serves on the Board of Directors for the
Northeast Montana Veterans’ Memorial, Inc.

GLASGOW

SCHOOL MENU
TUESDAY
Breakfast

Hot or Cold Cereal • Oranges
Breakfast Bar • Milk
Lunch

Ham & Cheese Sandwich
Baked Beans • Pears • Carrot Cake
Choice of Fruit • Milk

Tangles

Salon

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Art has been married to the former Marilyn
Murphy of Glasgow for 46 years. He met Marilyn while
stationed at the Glasgow Air Force Base. They reside at
the former base, St. Marie.
Benediction will be given by Phil Wilson, and
Echoing Taps will be performed by Leonard Swenson
and Brad Persinger. The Glasgow High School Band
will be playing and there will be a musical selection by
the EQ Singers.
Following the program everyone is invited to a
potluck dinner at the VFW Post 3107 on Highway 2
in Glasgow. Hosted by the VFW and American Legion
Auxiliaries, the dinner begins at noon.
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