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WW II Veteran
laid to rest on
Veterans Day

While many of we younger
generations mainly knew Cap
Holter due to his remarkable
musical talent, he took pride in
being a World War II Veteran,
serving with the 163rd Company
G (Glasgow) as a rifleman. Much
of his deployment was spent
on the New Guinea campaign.
“What a horrible place to fight
a war, hell on earth,” Cap said.
One of the highlights in his late
years was the opportunity to
take the Big Sky Honor Flight to
recognize American Veterans for
their sacrifices and achievements
by flying them to Washington,
D.C., to see their memorial. Cap
was honored with this flight in
September of 2013. “I never
thought they’d have anything for
us World War II Vets,” Cap said, Cap’s granddaughter Mariah Holter took the above photo on the afternoon of Veterans
“I thought they forgot about us. Day (November 11th, 2016) where Cap was buried in a simple, hand-crafted wooden
casket on the family farm north of Glasgow. Cap’s obituary is in today’s Buzz.
But this was unbelievable.”

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A group of scientists say
they have been able to
give paralyzed monkeys
back the control of their
legs using new implants.
Monkeys who got their
implants were like, “My
eyes are up here.” ~ Seth
Myers

Bernie
Sanders
told
reporters that he is
prepared to work with
Donald Trump. But then
he warned Trump, “I keep
the office hot and I don’t
clean up my pistachios.” ~
Seth Myers
Vice
President
Joe
Biden got together with
incoming Vice President
Mike
Pence.
Biden
went over the primary
responsibilities of being
vice president, which
are: not falling asleep at
the State of the Union
address . . . and that’s
about it. So they covered
that. ~ Jimmy Kimmel

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Men’s Quilt Club
Tuesday, November 15
@ 5:30
Crazy Women Quilts
is looking for a
few good men.

The 26th Annual Valley County Thanksgiving
Day Dinner will be held on Thursday, November 24th,
at Glasgow Senior Citizens Center, located at 328 4th
Street South.
Last year 150 folks enjoyed the dinner with hopes of
exceeding that number this coming year. Over the past
25 years approximately 4,200 people have enjoyed the
event. There is always plenty of food and no one goes
home hungry.
Everyone is invited and encourage to bring their
families and friends to enjoy a delicious feast including
turkey, dressing, mashed potatoes, gravy, coleslaw,
yams, cranberry sauce and of course pumpkin pie.
Provided by community volunteers, every year
several volunteers gather to prepare and serve the meal
— free of charge to all! — which will be served from
noon to 2:00. The list of volunteers include members of
Glasgow High School Student Council, Church of Jesus
Christ of Latter Day Saints, Irle School third graders
and many enthusiastic individuals.
Even though the meal is served at the Senior
Citizens Center, it is not limited to senior citizens. The
meal is open to everyone, young and old alike. There
will be no carry-out or deliveries available.
If you have never attended in the past, make plans
to enjoy an afternoon of fellowship and food. This is a
great way for small families and individuals to partake
in the social atmosphere of a traditional Thanksgiving
Dinner without cooking and cleaning up!
If additional information is needed, please call Ruth
Ann Hutcheson at 228-8392.

And then it’s the Parade of Lights

The Valley County Optimists will once again be
hosting Glasgow’s Parade of Lights which will be held
on the Saturday after Thanksgiving (November 26th).
Sparky urges everyone to start thinking of an idea
for a float and have it in the line-up behind Frances
Mahon Deaconess Hospital at 5:00.
Prizes will be awarded!

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WEDNESDAY

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Sandwich
Call for reservation by 10 AM
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ior Citizen Center
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shop for the Block of Bucks on Saturday, December 3rd.
Please call Mary Armstrong, 253-350-2070 or Elissa
Erickson, 230-1629 if you are willing to help, or if you
have any questions.

WEDNESDAY NIGHTS
5:00 - 7:00 PM

Buy One/Get One
for Ladies!

Enter to win a bottle of
Wine every Wednesday!

Busted Knuckle on Tap!

Brace for
Thursday
Tonight: A 20 percent chance of rain between 9pm
and 10pm. Mostly cloudy, with a low around 37. East
southeast wind 6 to 10 mph becoming west northwest
after midnight.
Wednesday: Mostly sunny, with a high near 49. West
wind 8 to 14 mph, with gusts as high as 22 mph.

Wednesday Night: Mostly cloudy, with a low around 27.
North northwest wind 7 to 9 mph.

Thursday: A slight chance of snow before noon, then a
slight chance of rain and snow between noon and 3pm,
then a slight chance of snow after 3pm. Mostly cloudy,
with a high near 36. North wind around 10 mph. Chance
of precipitation is 20%.
Thursday Night: A 20 percent chance of snow before
11pm. Mostly cloudy, with a low around 22. North wind
8 to 10 mph.

Friday: Partly sunny, with a high near 35. West northwest
wind around 7 mph.
Friday Night: Mostly clear, with a low around 19.
Saturday: Mostly sunny, with a high near 37.

Saturday Night: Partly cloudy, with a low around 21.
Sunday: Partly sunny, with a high near 41.

Sunday Night: Partly cloudy, with a low around 26.
Monday: Partly sunny, with a high near 47.

Do you have a passion for FMDH
and the Glasgow Community.

Come join the FMDH Guild.
This enthusiastic group meets
the first Monday of the month
to plan fundraisers for medical
scholarships.
It’s a great opportunity to
serve the community.

We also need knitters & Crocheters
to make hats for newborns.
Thank you to Rosalie Palazzo for
Starting the Baby Hat Program

If interested contact
Tiffany Ross 228-4583

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is available from the Glasgow Job Service. Applications should be
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OBITUARY

Cap Holter

Casper O. (Cap) Holter at age 97, passed away, in the
comfort of the Lord surrounded by family, November 9, 2016.
Casper O. Holter was born April 3, 1919 to John and
Karen Holter. Cap’s father and mother came from Norway and
homesteaded in 1908. Cap bought the land from his dad and
continued to farm it himself until he began leasing the farm
land, lending an active hand as he could, to whoever was putting
the crop in and harvesting.
Cap attended country schools in the Cherry Creek area,
walking several miles and riding in a buggy. He was disappointed
that he didn’t go through all the grades, but had to go to work
after the eighth grade, like many depression era young men had
to.
As a young man, during the building of Fort Peck Dam,
he was hired and worked until someone discovered the young
men were too young to be working there, so, they were assigned
to the CCC’s, the Civilian Conservation Corps. They were sent
to western Montana to work on roads and learn trades. This
prepared them for enlistment in the Military. Cap told stories of
traveling with other CCC members from the area, it was always
an adventure!

In 1940 Cap enlisted in the Army Montana National Guard
163rd Infantry, serving as T-SGT Instructor, New Guinea/
Papuan Campaign. Motor Vehicle Maintenance, earning a
Distinguished Unit Citation, American Defense Service Medal,
Good Conduct Medal and the Asiatic-Pacific Service Medal.

In 1945, he returned to the states to Fort Benning, Georgia
where, at a USO club dance, standing in the line waiting to be
paired up with dance partners, he traded places with a tall guy
because he had spotted the tiniest little thing next in line, and he
wanted that one. He and Idell Wood from West Point, Georgia
were married there June 17, 1945.
They returned to Billings, Montana where Cap worked
for Archie Cochran Ford and son Jim was born. Cap’s dad was
getting older and needed help on the farm, so they moved back
to Glasgow, and Cap began a long career as an autobody repair
man at Hanson Merson Motors.
Three more children were born: Sylvia in 1949, Curtis in
1952, and Joyce in 1958. Growing up during the depression years

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formed much of Cap’s
personality.
Working
hard was second nature,
making do and being
thankful for what you
have was expected, and
enjoying yourself when
the work was done, was
your reward.
Cap never forgot
not having things to use
or work with during
those lean years, so he learned to take what he had and turn it
into what was needed, either by fixing it or manufacturing it.
The process came in handy when he was in New Guinea and
Australia in the war. He made a welder and a washing machine
among many other innovations, which proved useful to the
cause.
“The Farm” was where many enlisted men who were
stationed at Glasgow Air Force Base, could spend their time
off, Cap would come home from working at the Body Shop and
help fix a car to get them back to the base on time. He let the
guys heading overseas store their car till they returned. Even if
they didn’t come back to get it, he wouldn’t get rid of it.

Cap tells that at a very young age, maybe 6 or so, he heard
a woman who was cooking for a threshing crew, playing an
accordion and she asked him if he wanted to try it. He played
well enough that she told his mother, she better get that boy an
accordion. Throughout 90 years Cap has been entertaining folks
with his music!
Cap was preceded in death by his parents, his wife Idell, his
sisters Bertha Vukasin and Elsie Kessler and brother Art Holter.

Cap is survived by his youngest sister Inga Shay, numerous
nieces and nephews, grandchildren, great grandchildren, and
great-great grandchildren, by his children Jim, Sylvia, Curt
(Becky), Joyce (Dan) and extended family and friends.
Cap has been laid to rest in the family cemetery on the
farm. VFW Post 3107 provided military rites.

Services will be held Thursday, November 17, 2016 at 2p.m.
at the First Lutheran Church in Glasgow.

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Letter to the Buzz
Monday Morning Quarterback

As a result of my last little letter to the BUZZ I received
compliments from some and flak from others, so allow me
to present a factual review. I will play “Monday Morning
Quarterback” and expand upon my previous facts, opinions
and writings.
On the news this morning Obama said that he thought
that Trump was pragmatic and not tied to ideology. I take
that as being a good businessman for the good of the country
and not holding politically correct issues as priority. Then in
a speech in Greece this morning he warned our future leaders
of “Guarding Against Nationalism.” I call it “Americanism”
protecting our country and its citizens FIRST. I subscribe to
“Pro American,” NOT “Pro Muslim” because I’m a veteran and
patriot and American first.
The cry of hope and change? Well the last 8 years resulted in
a liberal over reach and “Referendum on Obama and Hillary”
actions along with a “Total Repudiation” of Obama policies.
Obamacare was a total disaster and failure, the economy is still
in the toilet (business constraints), and the U.S. has failed on
the world stage as a strong leader. Here are other issues:
1. In response to globalization and technology (cheap foreign
labor competition and computerized robotic factories),
he should have kept foreign trade agreements (NAFTA,
CAFTA, SAFTA) but DID NOT modify or tune up them
to benefit the U.S.
2. He did not ease high tax constraints affecting businesses
and jobs.
3. Instead of removing overly business regulations, he added
more.
4. Immigration- He encouraged open borders and mass
illegal immigrants to flood into the U.S.
5. Created some corrupt deals- i.e. Paid $55 million dollars
for Obamacare software to crony friends that didn’t work!
Silicon Valley software gurus re-wrote and fixed the
problems for $3 1/2 million dollars.
6. Allowed Hillary to sell influence to foreign powers to fill
the Clinton Foundation bank account. (501c-3 tax free?)
7. Used pen and phone and executive orders and would not
debate or compromise issues with Congress.
8. Was a very weak and ineffective leader on Foreign Policy.
(backed down, could not make tough decisions and stand
tall)

Or was he purposely letting the U.S. go by the wayside and
appeasing the Muslim countries? (Iran and others)- OPINION
CONCLUSION: Obama is an academic with a high IQ,
but NOT an American with “Common Sense.” OR- Did he
purposely try to “Torpedo the U.S.?” History and time will tell
as things play out. SOME CAN’T HANDLE THE TRUTH!
~ Nick Chiechi TM3(SS) a veteran and patriot
~comments, corrections, opinions,
additional facts, welcomed~

HALL

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