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Photo by Janet Bailey

Telling a Stellar Story
The Opheim Community Church Sunday School Bear Garza. Ben Warren is hidden in the back row.
children put on the “Story of Jesus’s Birth” on Sunday
December 16. The story was narrated by Sunday The Opheim School Christmas program is tonight
School teacher Lori Westby. Following the story the (December 18th) at 6:00 at the Opheim Community
children sang Silent Night. After the church service Church. All students in grades K-12 will be
the Northern Lites 4-H Club served a roast beef dinner performing. Come enjoy the elementary performance
then games were played in the afternoon. Pictured of “The Night the Reindeer Rocked” and musical
left to right are Caiden Hall, Sheila Mason, Tenley performances by the 5th grade band, Jr. High and
Allestad, Lana Mason, Dylon Allestad, Ty Westby, high school band and choir. Refreshments will be
Siale Moala, Piper See, Kolby Pankratz, and Tatyana served following the program!

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Letter to the Buzz
Cream & butter is Peggy’s secret
I stopped into the Buzz with Ruth Myhre and
Sandi McGovern last Friday to find out from a
November issue where the tombstone was located that
had “Mom’s Christmas Cookie” recipe on the back.
Her kids must have had a sense of humor as she
never shared the recipe when she was alive, saying
when asked, “over my dead body”.
I shared the recipe at the Home Economists in
Business Christmas party at Juliano’s, and Bernie
Mason, Yellowstone County Extension Agent, put it in
the Billings Gazette.
These rolled out like a dream for me, but she tried
Windy one
them as a drop cookie and they needed more flour.
I did make them with butter. My son Matt Iba asked
Wednesday what oleo was. It was invented during WWII cuz there
wasn’t enough butter to go around. (I did a speech in
Can you believe it? Christmas Day will be in Wednesday’s Toastmasters years ago on the difference between butter
forecast from the National Weather Service; a warning and margarine and converted everyone to butter!)
to us procrastinators, not a lot of shopping days left! The cookies rolled out so nice. You can add lots of
Tonight: Cloudy, then gradually becoming partly cloudy, flour till not sticky. Bake 8-10 minutes at 350.
with a steady temperature around 38. South southwest It looks like I will be making another batch of
wind 8 to 17 mph becoming west after midnight. Winds cookies for the BS Buzz crew for embellishing on an
could gust as high as 24 mph. innocent stop to locate this tombstone.
Wednesday: Mostly sunny, with a high near 42. West Peggy Iba
northwest wind 16 to 21 mph, with gusts as high as 30 Rock Creek
Wednesday Night: Mostly clear, with a low around 25. Note from the Buzz:
West northwest wind 8 to 11 mph. We believe we have tracked down where the
Thursday: Mostly sunny, with a high near 39. West wind gravestone with the cookie recipe is located.
around 7 mph becoming southeast in the afternoon. Family members of a northeast Iowa woman
Thursday Night: A 10 percent chance of snow after 5am. wanted a special way to remember her after she died,
Mostly cloudy, with a low around 27. Southeast wind so they chose a way that seemed most fitting: with a
around 8 mph. family recipe for sugar cookies.
Friday: A slight chance of snow before 9am, then a The recipe for “Mom’s Christmas Cookies” is
slight chance of rain. Partly sunny, with a high near 41. inscribed on the back of Maxine Menster’s gravestone
South southwest wind 8 to 17 mph becoming west in the
at a cemetery in Cascade, Iowa.
afternoon. Winds could gust as high as 26 mph. Chance
of precipitation is 20%. Her daughter, Jane Menster of rural Bernard,
Friday Night: Partly cloudy, with a low around 23. West
says she and her father were searching for a way to
wind around 11 mph. remember their mother’s generosity. She says the sugar
Saturday: Mostly sunny, with a high near 33. West cookie recipe serves as a reminder of her mother’s love,
northwest wind 10 to 13 mph. and an enduring holiday tradition for their family.
Saturday Night: Partly cloudy, with a low around 15. West Maxine died on Sept. 26, 1994 at the age of 68.
northwest wind 6 to 9 mph. On an added note about oleo: we had a great teacher
Sunday: Mostly sunny, with a high near 30. Northwest (Problems of Democracy) at the Glasgow High School,
wind around 6 mph becoming east southeast in the Bunny Radakovich, who told the story of when they were
morning. kids, they would fight over who got to put the yellow
Sunday Night: Partly cloudy, with a low around 18. tablet in the white gob of goo and stir and mix it in until
Monday: Partly sunny, with a high near 32. the oleo was yellow to imitate the color of butter.
GARAGE SALE: Wednesday, December 19, 8-5. Enter on the Side Door. LOOKING TO WORK IN A FAST-PACED, FUN ATMOSPHERE? Join The
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FOR SALE: 1997 Chevy Tahoe. 4WD with 143k miles. Asking $3,700. BUZZ
CALL 406-942-0135 THE WOOD RESTAURANT is seeking a full-time dishwasher. Shifts and
BUZZ days may vary. Duties include operating a commercial dishwasher and
FMDH POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT: Glasgow Primary Care Clinic also doing some manual dish washing. Will also be cleaning floors and
Customer Service Representative. Full-time, Starting $12.00 – $13.50, equipment. Must be able to lift up to 50 lbs. Benefits include vacation/sick
DOE. High School Diploma or GED. Previous clerical, medical terminology leave, dental/visual reimbursement, group health insurance, retirement,
and computer experience preferred. Qualified applicant will be responsible employee discounts. APPLY AT COTTONWOOD INN & SUITES
for patient check in, scheduling appointments and data entry of all patient BUZZ
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appropriate personnel and assisting in other clerical duties as assigned. and testing for a low price of $800.00. This includes the testing price and
FMDH is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. PLEASE study material required. Valley View will offer the same training to anyone
CONTACT THE HR DEPARTMENT AT (406) 228.3662 FOR MORE who seek long term employment with Valley View for free. This training
INFORMATION. program will educate you in how to provide care to our older generation.
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Open House 2-5pm
Glasgow VFW

December 12 - 18, 2018
Select Boneless Beef
is LONDON BROIL......................$2.99 lb.
Choice Boneless Beef
PETITE SIRLOIN STEAKS ..........$3.99 lb.
93% Lean 7% Fat
ur GROUND BEEF .......................$2.99 lb.
Bone-In Pork
is SIRLOIN ROAST ......................$1.99 lb.
Boneless Pork
LOIN CHOPS ...........................$1.99 lb.
Bone-In Spiral Sliced
HALF HAM .............................$1.49 lb.
Cloverdale Teardrop
HALF HAM .............................$3.49 lb.
Aqua Star 16 oz. Select Varieties
SHRIMP ................................ $7.99 ea.
Johnsonville 24 oz. Italian or Homestyle
MEATBALLS...........................$5.79 ea.
Food Club 16 oz. Select Varieties
STRING CHEESE ....................$3.99 ea.

or Citizen Center
Ham & Scalloped
Call for reservation by 10 AM

photo by Carla Froshaug
Perfect Christmas Stocking Stuffers circulating
The Glasgow Rodeo Committee is, as member, here’s a
always, selling Montana Pro Rodeo cash few phone
calendars. Get your 2019 calendar to win numbers: Del
$5,000, $2,500 or $1,000 at the Montana Hansen, 263-
Pro Rodeo Circuit Finals, slated for January 2451; Myron
11th-13th, at the Montana ExpoPark in Malnaa, 672-
Great Falls. 4095; Kevin
Cash drawings are held every day of the Taylor, 230-
year. Sunday through Friday is a $30 drawing. 2259.
Saturdays feature a $100 drawing. And the Calendars are still only $30 each with
last day of each month is a $500 drawing. $28,000 up for grabs (you can win more than
In case you have yet to be contacted once). Here are the 2018 grand prize winners
from a Glasgow Rodeo Committee and area winners through November:
January 8 Oasis Lounge & Eatery Glasgow $30
14 $1500 – Penny Earl Twin Falls, ID 19 Dan Will Wolf Point $30
$2500 – Georgette Beckert Medora, ND July
$5000 – John & Lisa Gee Stanford 6 David Parsley Wolf Point $30
27 Jeff Knodel Glasgow $100 17 Levi McLaurin Glasgow $30
February 18 Nicole Buckles Glasgow $30
4 Terry Archambeault Glasgow $30 August
5 Burt Johnston Fort Peck $30 1 Howie Solberg Larslan $30
6 Cindy Stensland Wolf Point $30 10 Garrett Morken Glasgow $30
8 Dr. Kevin Ross Glasgow $30 September Salvage & Antiques
10 James Gorder Poplar $100 13 Grant Burgess Glasgow $30
10 Candy Lagerquist Glasgow $100
15 Zeb Olsen Glasgow $100
23 Jeff Cole Glasgow $30
16 Jon Engstrom Glasgow $30
27 Chelsey Wixson Glasgow $30
24 Ted See Opheim $30
26 Dorothy Crandell Richland $30
Christmas Sale
15 Brittani Headress Poplar $30 October ONE DAY ONLY!
April 13 Wyatt Lien Malta $100 Thursday,
15 Brittani Headress Poplar $30 November December 20
May 16 Dusty Shipp Glasgow $30 10 am - 4 pm
3 Kristy Roberts Opheim $30 24 Hanna Redfield Opheim $100
Vintage Christmas Décor
June 26 Gwen Funk Hinsdale $30 10% OFF
5 Tom Stathos 30 Shawn Downing Saco $500 Furniture 10% OFF
Question: What do you call a cowboy with a truckload of Everything else 20% OFF
GLASGOW On Hwy 2 Across From McDonald’s
SCHOOL MENU sheep? Answer: A pimp! 406-263-7567

WEDNESDAY Question: Why can’t a bankrupt cowboy complain? Answer:
Breakfast ’Cause he ain’t got any beef!
Waffles • Sausage Patty Question: Why did the cowboy die with his boots on?
Juice• Milk
Answer: Because he didn’t want to stub his toe when he
kicked the bucket!
Melted Chz Sand. • Tomato Soup
Sunflower Seeds • Goldfish Crackers Question: What do you call a cowboy with bad gas?
Applesauce • Choice of Fruit • Milk
Answer: Darn Tootin’!
Move in ready office/salon for sale located
SOUPS: Tomato • Chili Elk’s Member
across from the courthouse and one block
away from the post office! The building has
Christmas Party
recently been updated and boasts 450
+ square feet! In 2013, the interior was Grilled Cheese FRIDAY
remodeled with new electric, plumbing and
refinished maple wood flooring; the roof
was updated in 2015! This is an ideal Dine at the “O” AT 5:30pm
business location with low operating Appetizers & Fun
expenses. 20-1032
Bring a Guest
Contact Helland Agency 228-2114 Priced at $29,000
visit 228-8006 1st Drink is on Us!!!
Feeling overwhelmed? DUCKS UNLIMITED
Moving to Prairie Ridge, 2019 Montana Calendar Raffle
The Manor or Valley View?
Let us help.
$50 each
52 Guns or other Prizes
Given Away in 2019
Including a Yamaha ATV
Great way to become a DU Member Makes a
Call Shawn Beard • 230-1025 or extend your current membership Great Gift
This fundraiser helps to put Dollars to work right
Shipp, Williams, Krumwiede receive here in Montana conserving wetland habitat!
University Women Scholarships Please contact Ken Jansa 263-8030, Evan Guenther 690-6782,
The Glasgow branch of the American Association of Joan Burris 263-8985, or Tyler Hillman 648-7011
University Women announced at its December 17 meeting for your Calendar by December 31!
the recipients of three scholarships from proceeds of their
recent community bazaar.
Alexa Shipp, a junior at MSU-Billings seeking a bachelor’s
degree in elementary education, was awarded $1000. Having
already served as a substitute teacher in the Glasgow Public
Schools, she has had a “glimpse” into becoming a teacher and
is “looking forward to making an impact on many children
and helping them accomplish their dreams.”
Nicole Williams, Nashua, on the President’s List at the
University of Montana, Missoula, is a sophomore nursing
student. She has been vital to the Hugh O’Brian Youth
Leadership Organization ever since having been a HOBY
delegate as a high school sophomore. She would like to
“ultimately return to NE Montana and work at
give back and serve the caring and supportive community
I grew up in.” She received $500 from the local group. GET UGLY
Also receiving $500 is Khloe Krumwiede, a
sophomore biology major attending the University of
North Dakota in Grand Forks. “...and receiving this
will help to reinforce my dream of one day becoming
a chiropractor.” She has spent many college hours
volunteering at the local School for the Blind.
The members also heard Middle School Counselor First Ever
Gracie Burns discuss how the organization might use its
resources to aid that age group in promoting academics or
attendance or some other area of need. It is hoped that a SWEATER DAY SALE
plan can be in place in the second semester. Friday, December 21st!
SPACIOUS FAMILY HOME One day only, enjoy special pricing!
Spacious 3806 sq. ft. family home near Christmas cookies while you shop
elementary school with classic brick exterior and don’t forget to register for giveaways.
has 3 bedrooms, 1 sleeping room, Den, 3
baths, formal dining room, cherry kitchen
cabinets, expansive living room with So dust off that Ugly Christmas Sweater hanging
fireplace,master bedroom with over-sized in the back of your closet and head over to
closet and master bath. Finished basement Markles Warehouse, where they are rockin ugly
has large family room, built in bar, storage sweaters- not ugly prices.
area, sleeping room, and full bath. Attached
double car garage with workshop is a bonus!
ASKING $339,000 #338
Offered by: Karen Waarvik, Broker/Owner
(406) 228-2525 -