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Steve Stebleton, left, and Jeff Knodel top their fuel tanks off in Havre before completing their SaddleSore 1000 ride.

Glasgow’s Stebleton and Knodel are officially Iron Butts


What’s an Iron Butt? Probably One of its more popular slogans At 5:00 on the morning of
not what you’re thinking. is “The World Is Our Playground.” Monday, June 17th, Steve Stebleton
While the Iron Butt Rally The IBA is a loose-knit and Jeff Knodel departed Glasgow
first ran in 1984, the Iron Butt organization with only one way starting their “SaddleSore 1000”
Association (IBA) is a US- to earn membership: ride one of ride. Their route would be Glasgow
based organization dedicated to the several rides the IBA certifies. to Wolf Point to Circle, Glendive,
endurance motorcycle riding with There are many different durations, Butte, Great Falls, Shelby, and
a claim of over 60,000 members the shortest being 1,000 miles in back home across the Hi-Line on
worldwide who tout themselves as 24 hours, the longest being 11,000 U.S. Highway 2.
the “World’s Toughest Riders.” miles in 11 days! continued on page 2
Might see
some boomers

Chances for showers and thunderstorms will


begin to increase across northeast Montana today and
continue through the end of the week. Today expect
isolated strong to severe thunderstorms for southern
portions of the area (Zortman, Winnett, Jordan, Terry,
Glendie) mainly after 6pm. Hail and strong winds are
possible, as well as brief heavy downpours and frequent
lightning through the night. Now that’s called TAKING THE LOOP!
After 16 stops and 1,132 miles later, they rolled
Tonight: Showers and thunderstorms likely, mainly before into Glasgow at 11:45 Monday night (18 hours,
4am. Increasing clouds, with a low around 57. East wind 6
to 10 mph. Chance of precipitation is 70%.
45 minutes). The weather was favorable for their
accomplishment with the exception of a downpour
Thursday: A chance of showers, with thunderstorms also
possible after 3pm. Some of the storms could be severe. just outside of Butte that forced them to stop under an
Mostly sunny, with a high near 83. East southeast wind overpass to put on their rain gear.
10 to 16 mph, with gusts as high as 24 mph. Chance of A few days later they sent in all the necessary
precipitation is 40%. paperwork to the Iron Butt Association as the
Thursday Night: Showers likely and possibly a ride needs to be completely documented. A log
thunderstorm before midnight, then a chance of showers entry must be made at each gas stop including the
and thunderstorms after midnight. Some of the storms
following information: DATE, TIME, TIME ZONE,
could be severe. Mostly cloudy, with a low around 59. East
southeast wind 9 to 15 mph, with gusts as high as 28 mph. LOCATION and ODOMETER reading, and a receipt
Chance of precipitation is 60%. must accompany each log entry.
Friday: A chance of showers between noon and 3pm, then Steve and Jeff will be added to the national registry
a chance of showers and thunderstorms after 3pm. Some as official SaddleSore 1000 Iron Butts. However, they won’t
of the storms could be severe. Mostly cloudy, with a high be the first locals to be added, as Walt Bell of Glasgow is
near 83. Northeast wind 6 to 8 mph becoming northwest in already on the registry from a previous ride.
the afternoon. Chance of precipitation is 30%.
While it’s quite a challenge — it’s not called Iron
Friday Night: A 50 percent chance of showers and Butt because it’s easy — the boys said they had a great
thunderstorms. Some of the storms could be severe. Mostly
cloudy, with a low around 58. North wind 6 to 11 mph, with ride and are already making plans to do another one
gusts as high as 23 mph. at some point, but probably not the 11,000 miles in
Saturday: A 20 percent chance of showers and 11 days. Rather, they’re thinking of tackling the Bun
thunderstorms. Mostly sunny, with a high near 80. Northwest Burner 1500 (1,500 miles in 36 hours). There is also the
wind 6 to 11 mph, with gusts as high as 18 mph. Bun Burner GOLD (1,500 miles in less than 24 hours).
Saturday Night: A 20 percent chance of showers after Note to Mike Hlad: NEXT TRIP OPPORTUNITY,
midnight. Partly cloudy, with a low around 54. West wind BE ON TIME AND READY TO RIDE! (Also, we have
3 to 7 mph. one of those maps you wanted, laminated and ready to
Sunday: A 20 percent chance of showers after noon. Mostly roll. Stop by BS Central & grab it one of these days.)
sunny, with a high near 81. West wind 3 to 8 mph.
Sunday Night: A 20 percent chance of showers. Mostly
cloudy, with a low around 55. West wind around 7 mph
becoming north northeast after midnight.
Monday: A 30 percent chance of showers and thunderstorms.
Mostly sunny, with a high near 80. East northeast wind 5
to 8 mph.
Monday Night: A chance of showers and thunderstorms.
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Last call for Community BBQ!
You’ve been seeing the ad in the Buzz for about three
weeks now (if not, see page 7). Well, it’s finally here!
Valley View Home’s Annual Community BBQ
is today from 4:30 – 7:00 at Valley View. Pulled pork
sandwiches with sides along with drinks & a dessert will
PEL be served.
8 GOS PS MALTA HIGH SCHOOL AUDITORIUM
Also, there will be a jump house and yard games
G R O U FRIDAY, JUNE 28 • 5:00 - 9:15pm
T R U R ING SATURDAY, JUNE 29 for the kids, and ALL are invited to attend.
FEA UMOR OF
Poster contest for Sail
H 11:30am - 9:05pm
THE OVELACE SUNDAY, JUNE 30 • 11:30am - 4:30pm
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FREE Admission The Fort Peck Sailing Club is again sponsoring a
Concessions will poster contest for the Can-Am Fort Peck Sailing Regatta
For a complete list of groups & schedule go
to www.milkrivergospeljamboree.org be available on August 9, 10, 11.
There are no age requirements, and all medium and
poster size are accepted. Information and lettering will
See Western Drug for be the responsibility of the printer and not the artist.
fun and safety in the sun! Submission deadline is July 11, 2019 to the
We are expanding many departments in the store Wheatgrass Arts & Gallery. Posters will be identified by
so be sure to let us know if there are items that you numbers only while being on display for public vote.
would like us to try and stock for you. Accepted posters will be on display at the Wheatgrass
WE WILL BE CLOSING AT 2 PM ON Arts & Gallery on Friday, July, 12 from 5:30-7:30 with the
SATURDAY, JUNE 29TH ONLY. public invited for a reception. The posters will then be on
So please remember to pick up your display at the following locations where the public will be
prescriptions before 2 PM on the 29th able to cast votes for their favorite poster:
• July 12-18 — The Wheatgrass Arts & Gallery.

Celebrating Summer! • July 19-21 — The Fort Peck Theatre


The winning artist will receive $100 donated by the
Willow Creek Gallery.
Stop in at the nest we have
new gourmet foods just arrived. Load up the bus for 4-Bears
Great for summer BBQ and entertaining needs. Valley County Transit and the Valley County
50% OFF Planters and Floral and Clothing Council on Aging have planned another 3 day/2 night
Sale tables with great deals! trip to 4-Bears Casino in New Town, North Dakota,
Check out the 75% off Hen House! Tuesday-Thursday, August 13-15th.
Bridal Registry Cost per person is $145 (dbl) occupancy or $200
There is always something Capdeville & Leo (sgl) which includes your bus transportation and motel
new at the Nest! September 28, 2019
room. The casino will provide promotional credits and
Helland & Schultz
October 11, 2019 free food and drink coupons to each person.
Robyn’s Nest
Home Decor & Fine Gifts
Etchart & Reichelt Reservations and payments for the upcoming
501 1st Ave. S. 228-4646 January 4, 2020
August trip are due by noon on Monday, July 19th. Call
Valley County Transit at 228-TRIP (8747) to reserve
your seat. These trips are open to the public.

Putting the knife to ’em


A lot of anglers like to keep the nice eaters and
practice catch & release on the bigger ones, just the way
it should be. But hey, if you want to see some guys who
don’t mind filleting some fairly hefty walleyes, go to the
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Team to watch for


Following a 1st place finish at Rock Creek
that first weekend of June, Glasgow’s Ken
Schmidt (at right) and Mark Jones of Billings
followed it up with a second place finish at the
Canyon Ferry Festival this past Saturday and
Sunday with 28.08 pounds on just four fish
(one on Saturday, three on Sunday) behind
winners Cory Novak and Kyle Belo who had
34.88 pounds on five fish (four on Saturday,
one on Sunday). The majority of the 200-team
field caught way more walleye — some teams
carded five both days — but didn’t even get a
paycheck. That’s the way this tournament has
been going, you have to know how to find big
fish. You absolutely gotta go hunting for the
big ones. In fact, Glasgow’s Kris Keller and
Whit Rush placed 7th on just two fish! This
included a 12.38 pounder. 1st place received
$10,000 plus $400 day money. Schmidt and
Jones had a $5,400 payday. So if anyone’s
got momentum going into the Montana
Governor’s Cup Walleye Tournament July 11-
13, this is a team to watch. Ken — or shall we
call him HOt Shtick Schmidt — has already
been in on two Guv Cup titles as well as a
North Dakota Governor’s Cup title.
Adult Game Night RICHLAND FUN DAY
VOLUNTEER FIRE DEPARTMENT
FUNDRAISER
Prairie Ridge Village
Friday, June 28th 6-8pm Saturday, June 29 @ 2:00 PM
Lots of fun games & prizes!
Cornhole Tournament @ 3:00 PM
Car races, horse races,
blackjack, roulette, bingo, Silent & Chinese Auction
and many more. Food & Beer Gardens
THURSDAY
SOUPS: Chicken Noodle • Chili
SPECIALS:
Patty Melt
1/2 Crispy Chicken Salad

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This dude walks into a well-established bar, and
there’s a horse behind the bar serving drinks. The guy is
staring at the horse, when the horse says, “Hey buddy?
What are you staring at? Haven’t you ever seen a horse Looking to hire 2
serving drinks before?”
employees 16 yrs +
The guy says,, “No, it’s not that. It’s just that I never
for the Summer
thought that stingy little parrot would sell the place.”
_______ Duties will include:
An old lady is visiting this famous museum and hauling tires, putting
knocks over a large vase. It goes smashing to the floor in tires away, cleaning
hundreds of pieces. the shop, and
An attendant rushes over, aghast. “Good Lord lady,! outside maintenance.
the attendant cries, “That vase was over five hundred
years old!” Pay will be
“Oh, thank God!” says the old gal, “I was afraid $10 per hour
there for a moment I might have to pay for a new one!”
_______ VALLEY VIEW HOME
“Waiter, there’s a fly in my soup!”
ANNUAL COMMUNITY BBQ
“There couldn’t be, sir. The cook used them all in
the raisin bread.”
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 26
_______ 4:30 - 7:00PM • VALLEY VIEW HOME
Sponsored by the Valley View Home Foundation
After discovering her young daughter playing
Jump House & Yard Games for the Kids
doctor with the neighbor’s boy, the angry mother BBQ Pulled Pork Sandwiches
grabbed the boy by the ear and dragged him to his with sides along with drinks and a desert
house and confronted his mother. We want to thank our community and welcome all
“Oh, PLEASE,” the neighbor lady retorted, “It’s only visitors to please come and enjoy a FREE meal and
natural for young boys and girls to explore sexuality by some time with us at Valley View Home!
playing doctor at their age.” Staff, Volunteers & Friends will be hosting a Bake
Sale during this event and 100% of profit go
“Forget sexuality!” The mother yelled. “He took out directly to our residents Christmas Stocking Fund.
her appendix!” Please don’t hesitate to contact Valley View if you
too would like to donate a baked good!
_______

Citizen Cente
Q: What is a specimen?
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A: An Italian astronaut.

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I went to an Indian restaurant, and the waiter said,
“Curry okay?”
THURSDAY
So I said, “Yeah, I guess so, but just one song will do.”
_______ Beef Stew
“Waiter, there’s a dead fly in my soup!” Call for reservation by 10 AM
“What do you expect for five dollars? A live one?” 228-9500

Thanks for Listening Mattie came running as one of the other hands
hollered for her. In white-faced disbelief she held her
Women! husband’s head to her breast, slowly rocking back and
forth in a daze.
Ya’ Gotta Love ‘em They buried Slim in full view of the mountains he
Let me tell you of a wonderful dearly loved.
lady who competed in a mans world For the next two days Mattie stayed in her room
and won. Her name isn’t important. mourning the loss of her soul mate. She contemplated
She lived in Colorado after having moving back to Ohio but that thought lasted about 15
moved there from Ohio as an eighteen year-old young seconds.
lady enamored with stories of the west back in the early On the third day after the funeral she was up before
days when the west was young. the guys, had breakfast and the work orders ready for
I guess she learned about the west and particularly them. She spoke her rehearsed speech to them as they ate
Arizona after reading stories by her favorite author who her biscuits, ham and eggs and hot cakes.
was from her hometown of Zanesville, Ohio. That’s It went like this: “Boys, I’m not leaving this ranch
right....Zane Grey. that I love. I’m here to stay. If you don’t like the idea of
He spun stories of young ladies coming out from working for a woman I will have your pay ready when
the east in search of a husband who had to be a cowboy you finish your meal. If you decide to stay you will each
just like the handsome, barrel-chested, tousled-haired, get a fifty-cent a day raise beginning now.
rough-and-tumble but kind to ladies and dogs men who However....for those of you who smoke roll-your-
Grey portrayed. own cigarettes I will deduct fifty-cents a day to make up
After a couple months of teaching school in a one for time it takes you to roll those things.”
room school house high up among the 14,000’ peaks of One smoker stood up and headed for the door. The
Colorado a young cowboy fitting the description offered other one stayed.
by Zane came riding through the school yard and the The other hand, a short fat dumpy but able young
young lady was immediately smitten as was the shy man whose name was Kansas, even though he was
young cowboy. Let’s just call the young lady Mattie and originally from Illinois, wore suspenders and was
the cowboy Slim. afflicted with chronic “plumbers crack.”
After a whirlwind courtship of about 3 months the Mattie addressed the problem this way: “Kansas, I
couple were married in a small country church shadowed will deduct the fifty-cent raise until such a time as you
by the Sawtooth Range of central Colorado where the start wearing a belt with your suspenders. You waste fifty-
cowpuncher worked on his budding and building small cents a day stopping work to readjust your britches!”
ranch. So after the speech she was left with Monty who was
There were three other cowboys working for the now a non-smoker and Kansas who was already busy
ranch and Mattie found she was required to cook three building himself a belt out of a piece of rope until he
meals a day and do the washing for her new husband. could take time to fashion one out of leather.
In her “spare” time she tended the garden, bucket fed Mattie’s ranch prospered and she became one of the
orphaned calves, and kept the house clean. most revered women in Colorado. She worked alongside
This was woman’s work you see! the men everyday, cooked their meals, made payroll,
When she could steal the time she’d saddle up her sewed and cleaned for them and was dearly loved by all
horse and ride out to meet Slim and the boys and help of the men who ever worked for her.
doing whatever it was they were doing at the time. Slim I worked for Mattie for three years before moving
was a fast learner and didn’t try to dissuade Mattie from on.
learning the ropes of the day-to-day management of the She never remarried and as far as anyone knew she
ranch. In fact he was secretly very proud of Mattie. never encouraged any one as a “bunkhouse buddy” with
As it turned out it was a good thing Mattie was a benefits.
quick learner as well because after just six months of Mattie was a Christian lady. She died peacefully in
married bliss tragedy struck Slim as he was breaking a her sleep one cold December day under the shadows of
young colt. His foot caught on a corral post as the horse the Rocky Mountains of Colorado. They buried her next
was trying its level best to unseat him and as Slim fell to her beloved Slim. She was 89 years young.
he hit his head on the bottom corral rail, killing him That’s it for now folks. Thanks for Listening.
instantly if not sooner. ~ Virgil Vaupel