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Published by BS Central
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photo by Andrew McKean


Scotty harriers Ali Cunningham and Alaina Sallee pack together midway through the State B Cross Country Championship.

Glasgows cross country program looks bright for the future


While the Scotty boys cross
country team was hoping to bring
home a trophy, they just missed out
by taking fourth while the Scotty
girls managed a very respectable
sixth place finish.
If you should take a look at
the ages of these athletes, that was
actually a feat in itself. Glasgow loses

just three seniors: Kasey Seyfert


for the boys, Brinlie Nielsen and
Morgan Guttenberg for the girls.

Whats
more,
those
underclassmen who competed
at the State B Cross Country
Championship in Kalispell this past
Saturday are all sophomores and
freshmen not a junior on the

varsity roster meaning that there


wont be a single senior on the team
next season! (That is, unless some
runners from the Class of 2018 step
it up a notch next fall.)
Lets take a quick look at the
girls:
Brooke Westby, top finisher for
continued on back page

Why are runners called harriers?

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In the 1830s, English schoolboys developed a


game called Hares and Hounds: Hounds would
chase hares, who would leave paper trails through
woods and hills for the hounds to follow.
The pack was the younger runners (roughly ages
13-15), who were supposedly hounds. Their job was to
follow the scent, working as a team to cover any checks
(where the scent was lost). Skilled hares would zigzag
and double, and lay false trails to make the hounds job
difficult. So when you modestly say you are a mid-pack
or back-of-the-pack runner, you are linking yourself to
those young hounds of the early 1800s.
The field was the older students (ages 16-18),
who were supposedly the pursuing huntsmen. They
followed the hounds, and once the hares were sighted,
they began the serious run in. If they caught the hares,
it was the kill. So if youre ahead of the field, you
are indeed winning the race, just as the best schoolboy
runner did as he chased the hares any misty October
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A group of Londoners took up the game in 1867 as
a way to stay in shape and adopted the name Harriers.
Since then, the term has become a nickname for crosscountry runners.
Its also been popularized by the Hash House
Harriers the drinking club with a running problem.
This global network of social runners adds their own
twist beer to the old-school game.

THURSDAY

Soup: Corn Chowder Chili


Specials:

Hot Beef Sand.


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Oct 26 - Nov 1, 2016

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8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
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Starting Monday, October 31


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Keep your Grocery Receipts from Purchases,


Now til Thanksgiving, Bring in to apply to
any size Thanksgiving Turkey

Dick Friscos Annual


01 Dart Tournament

Sagebrush Lounge
Halloween Party!
October 29th

NOVEMBER 5TH, 2016


At the Cottonwood Inn

2 PERSON TEAMS

Registration 1 pm
Tournament Starts at 2 pm

$50 Entry Fee

Plus quarters for the games

$500 added purse

$100.00 cash

for best costume


given away at 11pm
Drink Specials

Pays Top 3 teams in Main Tournament


Karaoke at
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and Top team in Hard Luck
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twill be a
beautiful
Thursday

Tonight: Mostly cloudy, with a low around 40. East wind


3 to 8 mph.

Thursday: Mostly sunny, with a high near 67. East


southeast wind 5 to 7 mph becoming south southwest in
the afternoon.

Thursday Night: Mostly cloudy, with a low around 43.


South wind 6 to 9 mph becoming west northwest in the
evening.
Friday: Mostly sunny, with a high near 56. Northwest
wind 10 to 17 mph, with gusts as high as 24 mph.
Friday Night: A 20 percent chance of showers. Mostly
cloudy, with a low around 37. North wind around 10 mph.

Saturday: Mostly cloudy, with a high near 48. Northeast


wind around 10 mph.
Saturday Night: Mostly cloudy, with a low around 36.
Sunday: Partly sunny, with a high near 54.

Sunday Night: Mostly cloudy, with a low around 35.


Monday: Mostly cloudy, with a high near 43.

Monday Night: Mostly cloudy, with a low around 31.


Tuesday: Partly sunny, with a high near 46.

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TAKE BACK THE GARAGE SALE! Saturday, October 29th, 9:00-2:00


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Scotty junior quarterback Darrin Wersal has racked up


some impressive passing statistics this season including
numerous touchdown tosses he had three of those
against Malta this past Friday night and much of that
credit must go to his offensive line and a talented corps

of receivers. And yes, Darrin throws the ball beautifully.


The Scotties had an intense practice last night, ending
with more conditioning: running a trio of 200-yard sprints
(endzone to endzone and back) in preparing for their
meeting with the Colstrip Colts this Saturday.

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FINAL DAY

to Shop the Great Sales at

Holly & Co.


SATURDAY

October 29, 2016


A Sincere Thank You to
all of my loyal customers

Nashua Lions Club

GLASGOW

Fall Bazaar & Craft Fair


Saturday, October 29, 2016
10:00 am to 3:00 pm
Nashua Civic Center
705 Front Street

Lunch will be available at the Senior Citizens Center.


Nashua Lions Club 50/50 Raffle will be drawn at 2:30 pm.
Need not be present to win.

SCHOOL MENU
THURSDAY
Breakfast
Hot or Cold Cereal PB&J Sandwich
Applesauce Milk
Lunch
Beef Burrito w/ Salsa Nachos
Corn Mandarin Oranges
Mixed Fruit Choice of Fruit Milk

Hunt for Humanity helps many

Once again this year hunters, landowners and


Hunt for Humanity will be teaming to donate hunter
harvested antler-less deer to the local food banks. This
program started in 2008 by First Lutheran Church in
Glasgow called Hunt for Humanity, is winding up again
in anticipation of this years hunting season.
This effort not only assists in feeding the hungry,
but also helps with the stewardship of local wildlife
populations. The reason behind this program is to
subsidize the cost of wild game processing to encourage
hunters to harvest antler-less deer in the Glasgow area
and donate them to the needy.
Since Food Banks can only accept professionally/
licensed processed meat, the program will pay a portion
of the cost for processing. Hi-Line Meats and Treasure
Trail Processing are the two participating processors in
Glasgow. Hunters are required to make a tax-deductible
donation of $45 for the processing of does and $30 for
the processing of fawns, if they choose to participate.
Since the focus is on local deer population control,
Hunt for Humanity will only accept antler-less deer.
The processed meat will then be distributed to the local
Valley Community Food Bank and other participating
entities.
The Valley County Food Bank provides food for
about 85 families each month states Nanci Schoenfelder,
a member of the Valley Community Food Bank. This
number has grown from the 45 to 75 families who were
served in 2010 when the program was last run. The
spring flood of 2011 wiped out the overabundance of
the deer population. Our budget does not allow us to
provide meat and Hunt for Humanity definitely helps us
to fill that need in our community.
If you are interested in making a tax-deductible
contribution to the processing fund, please make
checks payable to Hunt for Humanity Fund - First
Lutheran Church and drop them off at the church
office at 641 2nd Avenue North, or call 228-4862 for
more information.

Responsible Natural Resource Development


Demand Local Jurisdiction
Support Private Property Rights
Priority Budgeting of State Spending
Listen to Constituent Input

Thank You

for 2016 Mailing Help

It is always wonderful to see what makes the world go around


Volunteers in action.
Friends Of The Pioneer Museum want to thank everyone who
came to help get the annual mailing out.
They made fast and fun work of it.
Mary Fischer
Alpha Martin
Myrel Fischer
Adeline Mitchell
Willie Zeller
Mitch Willett
Shorty Bradford
Sheri Turner
Skip Zaborowski
Sheila Malone
JoAnn Zaborowski
Verda Sillerud
Amiee Bryson
Stella Rosenwald
Karen Hanvold
Louisa Lemieux
Lenore Hinerman
Sue Sather
Albert Franzen
Larry Sather
Doris Franzen
Carolyn Bachtold
Twila Martin
Denise Tiffany
Marlene Jackson
Sue Henderson
Lori Viste

A special thanks to the VFW

an organization that gives us a great deal of support as well


as the use of their facility. Thanks to people and groups like
this we are able to do good work for the Pioneer Museum
and will continue to do so in the future.

Log Home For Sale

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Cell: (406) 672-0058

2016 Health Fair

Saturday, October 29th


8:30 AM - 12:00 PM

Glasgow Recreation
Department

Glasgow Clinic
is Offering
Flu Shots
(Bring Insurance Card)

Wellness
Screening for
Medicare Aged
Patients
Local Gift Card
Giveaways

Swing by their booth

FMDH Med Spa


Live Botox Demo
Prizes Include:
Fitbit Blazes
Chamber Bucks
Local Gift Cards

Pumpkin judging at Valley View


Valley View Home will have their annual Pumpkin
Carving Judging on Friday, October 28th at 6:00p.m.
They are now accepting pumpkins starting today.
Participants of all ages all welcome to enter.
Then on Halloween they will welcome Trick or
Treaters starting at 4:00 and handing out treats until
7:30 p.m. All the little spooks are asked to to stop by
Valley View Home Halloween Night!

Talk about some agonizing pain


The pastor asked if anyone in the congregation
would like to express praise for answered prayers.
Suzie Smith stood and walked to the podium. She
said, I have a praise. Two months ago, my husband,
Phil, had a terrible bicycle wreck and his scrotum was
completely crushed. The pain was excruciating and
the doctors didnt know if they could help him.
You could hear a muffled gasp from the men in
the congregation as they imagine the pain that poor
Phil must have experienced.
Phil was unable to hold me or the children,
she went on, and every move caused him terrible
pain. We prayed as the doctors performed a delicate
operation, and it turned out they were able to piece
together the crushed remnants of Phils scrotum, and
wrap wire around it to hold it in place.
Again, the men in congregation cringed and
squirmed uncomfortably as they imagined the
horrible surgery performed on Phil.
Now, she announced in a quivering voice,
thank the Lord, Phil is out of the hospital and
the doctors say that with time, his scrotum should
recover completely.
All the men sighed with unified relief. The
pastor rose and tentatively asked if anyone else had
something to say.

A man stood up and walked slowly to the podium.
He said, Hi, Im Phil. The entire congregation held
its breath.
I just want to tell my wife, the word is sternum.
Joe Biden walks in to the Oval Office and says,
Barack, I think its important to inform you that four
Brazilian soldiers were just killed in Iraq.
Thats terrible. The president replied.
Silence fell between them for a few minutes, before
the president looked up again at the vice president and
asked, Could you remind me how many a Brazilian is?

Join in Celebrating

Esther Sorensons

100th Birthday!
Sat. Oct. 29th from
2:00pm-4:00pm at

Valley View Home.

Have a Spin at the Wheel


& Find your Deal Sale

Get 50%, 60%, or 75% OFF

Selected Fall & Halloween Items


(Thanksgiving items do not apply)

Through Thursday, October 27th


Come See the Magic of Christmas
CLOSED FRI. OCT. 28
Christmas Open House - THURS. NOV. 3RD
Friday, Nov. 4th
Saturday, Nov. 5th to get ready for our
9:00 am - 5:30 pm 9:00 am - 5:00 pm Christmas Open house
Bridal Registry
Door Prizes Cookies and Snacks

&

Rasmusan & Dunphy


November 12, 2016
DePuydt & Capdeville
January 14, 2017

Robyns
Nest
Home Decor & Fine Gifts

501 1st Ave. S. 228-4646

STEAK FRY

Friday, Oct. 28th


5pm~7pm

Its all happening

at
the

vfw

photo by Andrew McKean

Scotty sophomore Colin Jamba breaks out of the pack at the 2-mile mark at the state race in Kalispell.

the Scotties in 24th place, is a sophomore.


Emily Kolstad, second highest placer at State in
37th, is a sophomore.
Ali Cunningham, placing 44th, is a freshman.
Alaina Sallee, crossing the line in 54th, is a
sophomore.
Katie Kaiser, who was under six seconds behind
Brinlie Nielsen for a 64th place finish, is a sophomore.
Tyisha Begs His Own, who earned a trip to State as
their alternate, is a freshman.
For the Scotty boys:
Ellis McKean, who placed 11th in under 17 minutes
and earned All-State status, is a sophomore.
Ike Braaten, who just missed out on All-State with
an 18th place performance and nearly cracked 17
minutes, is just a freshman!
Merlin McKean, third highest placer for the Scotties
with 29th place, is a sophomore.
Wilson Overby, placing 42nd, is a freshman.
Colin Jamba, also contributing to the Scotty score

at State in 52nd place (total of the top five placers),


is a sophomore.
Jacob Meiers, with 90th place, is a freshman.
Colton Pewitt, earning a trip to State as their
alternate, is a sophomore.
So as you can see, Coach Karst has a wealth of talent
returning, and it will still be young teams hes working
with.
Coach K gave a list of others to watch for next
season hoping for that shot to make the trek to State.
For the boys, freshmen Kaden Zimmerman, Trevor
Johnson, John Cremer and Jaysen Turner; sophomores
Shane Sinclair and Nathanael Lippert; and junior
Tanner Overby (which would make him a lone senior
on the 2017 season). For the girls, Alexus Nistler is a
sophomore and Mattea Piersak is a freshman.
Depending how hard Scotty cross country athletes
work in the off season, we certainly wouldnt bet against
them in bringing home some trophies next year and
beyond.