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Quite the handyman, Jerry Larson on his home-built something-or-other honoring all our Wounded Veterans.

Nobody celebrates the 4th like Hinsdale!


by Virgil Vapel Sid Rice and his ‘40 Chevy Coupe, The Rodeo on the third of July
The Fourth of July celebration Paul Jenson’s beautifully reworked hosted cowboys and cowgirls from
in Hinsdale was celebrated by Chevy Malibu and Donny Johnson’s all over the state. Lotsa’ thrills and
hundreds of celebrants this year. Corvette MLC. chills.
Many said more than last year. The pie auction for the Hinsdale Yours truly was entered to ride
The Parade boasted about 20 Ambulance was a huge success a bull but as luck would have it my
or more old and not so old cars and keeping that service in bandaids for saddle wouldn’t fit and besides I
pickups including Glasgow’s own the next year or so. continued on page 2
RETIREMENT PARTY Hinsdale’s 4th continued from front
FOR TROOPER figgered that when I rode that bull until he quit bucking
that would ruin him for future use. ( And as my cousin
MITCH WILLETT said “you saved yourself a trip to the ER). Now you
324 MHP 324 is retiring after 20 years with know the real story!
the Montana Highway Patrol. As usual everyone had a jolly good ol’ time as one
Join us to wish Mitch the best on his future endeavor. person told me.
Wednesday, July 10 After a fairly wet spring the weather was very
4 - 7 PM at Sam & Jeff’s cooperative for the two days which has been the case for
most years.
Flash flood warning,
heaviest rains are
Services for Gene Brandt
east of Glasgow Gene L. Brandt, 95, of Nashua/
and Jordan. Glasgow, died July 4, 2019, at
Valley View Home in Glasgow.
Funeral services for Gene
Today: Periods of showers and possibly a thunderstorm,
mainly before 4pm, then scattered showers and
will be July 11 at 10:00 at Bell
thunderstorms after 4pm. Some of the storms could Mortuary with a reception
produce heavy rain. High near 72. Northwest wind 10 to 14 to follow. Burial follows at
mph, with gusts as high as 20 mph. Chance of precipitation Highland Cemetery with
is 90%. Military Honors.
Tonight: Scattered showers and thunderstorms before Friends and Family may
7pm, then a slight chance of showers between 7pm and
pay respects at Bell Mortuary.
10pm. Some of the storms could produce heavy rain.
Patchy fog after 2am. Otherwise, cloudy during the early
evening, then gradual clearing, with a low around 53.
Northwest wind 6 to 11 mph becoming light after midnight. Fogging for skeeters tonight
Chance of precipitation is 40%. The Glasgow Mosquito District will be fogging
Wednesday: Areas of fog before 9am. Otherwise, mostly Tues. July 9th and they will try for Thursday or
sunny, with a high near 82. Light and variable wind Friday also.
becoming south 6 to 11 mph in the morning.
Wednesday Night: Mostly cloudy, with a low around 60. Flatland Cruisers to meet
South wind 6 to 11 mph, with gusts as high as 20 mph.
The Flatland Cruiser Car Club will meet
Thursday: Mostly sunny, with a high near 87. South wind 6
Wednesday, July 10th at 6:00 p.m. at the Glasgow Elks
to 14 mph becoming west in the morning. Winds could gust
as high as 23 mph. Lodge. They will be wrapping up the Father’s Day car
Thursday Night: Mostly clear, with a low around 60. West show and preparing for the Northeast Montana Fair’s
wind 5 to 14 mph, with gusts as high as 23 mph. car show.
Friday: Sunny, with a high near 84. West wind 5 to 10 mph. All current and new members are encouraged to
Friday Night: Mostly clear, with a low around 60. West attend. If you have questions, call Kent Morehouse at
wind 5 to 10 mph becoming southeast after midnight. 367-5200.
Saturday: Sunny, with a high near 90. South wind 5 to 7
mph. So these two cockroaches, Tom and Oscar, are
Saturday Night: A chance of showers between 7pm and hanging out next to a dumpster enjoying a great
1am. Partly cloudy, with a low around 63. South wind 5 to 7 snack.
mph becoming light and variable after midnight. Chance of “Hey Tom,” said Oscar to his friend, “You know
precipitation is 30%. that restaurant down the block? I went there yesterday
Sunday: Sunny, with a high near 92. Light and variable to pick up some scraps, and I couldn’t believe how
wind becoming west 5 to 9 mph in the morning. clean it was, I could practically see my reflection
Sunday Night: Partly cloudy, with a low around 62. through the shiny waxed floor.”
Monday: A slight chance of showers. Sunny, with a high “Oscar!” hollered Tom spitting the food out of
near 88.
his mouth, “Please, not while I am eating!!”
BUZZIFIEDS
BUZZ WANT A REWARDING CAREER? Come work at Milk River Inc. as a Direct
MOVING SALE: Saturday July 13th, Glasgow, open at 8 am. Large Support Specialist. We monitor adults with development disabilities. Looking
selection of beautiful things, yard décor, kitchen, a big variety of dish sets for motivated caring people. STOP BY MILK RIVER ACTIVITY CENTER
with matching table cloths etc. stem ware, flat ware, candles, wicker with FOR MORE INFORMATION AND AN APPLICATION.
iron legs, glass top table with 4 chairs, yard décor, good quality winter BUZZ
clothing, bicycle, lg extension ladder, ATV tires, counter top, antique mission FULL TIME & PART TIME DIETARY AIDE. The Food Service Aide prepares
style rocker, jewelry. Go west out of Glasgow turn right on Scotsman and serves palatable, nourishing, well-balanced diets to meet the daily
Drive, go almost to the end to 164 Scotsman, light colored home with nutritional and special dietary needs of each resident. This position provides
circular drive, kind of behind the bowling alley. a very meaningful role within Valley View Home and you will feel gratitude
BUZZ daily for your work. PLEASE PICK UP YOUR APPLICATION FROM THE
JET SKIS (3 SEAT) AND DOUBLE TRAILER FOR SALE. 2013 Seadoo ADMINISTRATIVE DEPARTMENT AT VALLEY VIEW HOME.
GTR215 w/68 hrs, 2011 Seadoo GTI 130 w/ 66 hrs and 2014 Karavan BUZZ
trailer with new tires. Good condition. Run well. One owner. $13,000 OBO. FOR RENT: 3-bedroom home with 1.5 bath, big kitchen, built-ins. Spacious
CALL 406-263-7762 2-bedroom available soon. Detached garage. Water/sewer provided. No
BUZZ smoking or pets. Deposit, lease required. (406)367-9300 OR (651)490-5757
HELP WANTED: Part-time Dishwasher and Full-Time Cook (Nights) BUZZ
COTTONWOOD 228-3021 APT. FOR RENT. 925 sf, 2 bdrm, 1 1/2 bth townhome apt. City of Glasgow.
BUZZ Cozy. Good neighbors. Sm pets OK. Laundry room in unit, A/C. $595/
FMDH OPENING: Dietary Aide. Full Time, rotating shifts. Normal shifts month. 360-750-6746
are 6:00 am to 2:30 pm or 10:30 am -7:00 pm some weekends required. BUZZ
Previous dietary (kitchen) experience preferred. On-the-job training FOR RENT: 2 bedroom, 1 bath. Water and heat paid. $525/mo. plus security
provided. Accountable for assisting in the preparation of patient meals, deposit. CALL HELLAND AGENCY INC. 228-2114
menus, and nutritional supplies. Duties include food preparation, using BUZZ
proper methods of food handling, preparation, and storage. Basic FOR RENT: 3-bedroom home with 1.5 bath, big kitchen, built-ins. Spacious
knowledge of food service and ability to follow department policies and 2-bedroom available soon. Detached garage. Water/sewer provided. No
procedures. FMDH is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. smoking or pets. Deposit, lease required. (406)367-9300 OR (651)490-5757
PLEASE CONTACT THE HR DEPARTMENT AT (406) 228.3662 FOR MORE BUZZ
INFORMATION. FOR RENT: Unfurnished, carpeted 3 bedroom, 1 bath home. Washer &
BUZZ dryer, full basement, 1 car garage, & storage shed. 103 Sioux St., Fort
CAMPBELL LODGE: hiring for various shifts. CONTACT 228-9328 OR PICK Peck, located near the Summer Theatre. CALL SHERYL BELCHER AT
UP APPLICATION AT CAMPBELL LODGE 406-230-2675 OR 701-721-5214
BUZZ BUZZ
HELP WANTED: Carquest is looking for a delivery driver / counter person. HOUSE FOR RENT IN GLASGOW: 2 bedroom, very clean. No pets, no
FT or PT. CONTACT 228-9381 smoking. $550/mo. CALL 228-8333
BUZZ BUZZ
VALLEY VIEW HOME is now offering Certified Nursing Assistant training TAYLOR STORAGE & TAYLOR STORAGE SOUTH: Great storage units
and testing for a low price of $800.00. This includes the testing price and available, varying sizes. Auto garage door opener available. Units on
study material required. Valley View will offer the same training to anyone Cherry Creek St. and south side of Glasgow Available. CALL KEVIN AT
who seek long term employment with Valley View for free. This training (406) 230-2259 OR HOLLY AT (406) 599-3805
program will educate you in how to provide care to our older generation.
Our upcoming class is August 5 - 16. Valley View Home can work with you
in the evenings if you’re in school as well PLEASE VISIT VALLEY VIEW
HOME’S ADMINISTRATION DEPARTMENT IN ORDER TO SIGN-UP.
BUZZ
VALLEY VIEW HOME is now taking applicants for a permanent
Housekeeping position. The Housekeeping Aide provides cleaning
services to provide a safe, sanitary, comfortable and homelike environment
for residents, staff and the public. In addition, this position offers cross
training into the role as Laundry Aid. We are offering competitive wage
for 32-40 hours a week. APPLICATIONS ARE AVAILABLE IN OUR
ADMINISTRATIVE DEPARTMENT.
BUZZ
Feeling overwhelmed?
FULL TIME COOK. The Cook prepares palatable, nutritionally sound meals Moving to Prairie Ridge,
for our residents at Valley View. Our cooks are responsible in ensuring our The Manor or Valley View?
Dietary Aides provide service promptly with delegated authority from the
Department Head. Starting wage is $14.25 an hour. We want you to build
Let us help.
your career and grow with us! PLEASE PICK UP YOUR APPLICATION
FROM THE ADMINISTRATIVE DEPARTMENT AT VALLEY VIEW HOME.
BUZZ
RUNDLE SUITES needs energetic team players for housekeeping and
front desk. Looking for dependable and motivated. $11-16/hr DOE. PICK
UP AN APPLICATION AT RUNDLE SUITES. 406-228-2800 Call Shawn Beard • 230-1025
32ND ANNUAL MONTANA
GOVERNOR’S CUP WALLEYE
TOURNAMENT SCHEDULE
JULY 11, 12, 13, 2019
THURSDAY, JULY 11:
8:00-12:00 PM- GUYS & GALS ADULT/CHILD TOURNAMENT- $25 ENTRY FEE
3:00 PM- GOVERNOR’S CUP REGISTRATION STARTS- KIWANIS PARK
5:00 PM-ANGLERS AND SPONSORS ONLY PICNIC
SPONSORED BY: BNSF RAILWAY & WALLEYES UNLIMITED,GLASGOW/FORT PECK CHAPTER, REYNOLDS MARKET,
GLASGOW AREA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE & AGRICULTURE, TBID– KIWANIS PARK
5:30-6:30 PM- GOVERNOR’S CUP MANDATORY RULES MEETING- KIWANIS PARK
6:00 PM- CALCUTTA BY AUCTIONEER BRIAN AUSTIN- KIWANIS PARK– OPEN TO THE PUBLIC
FRIDAY, JULY 12:
6:45 AM- OPENING CEREMONY– NATIONAL ANTHEM
7:00 AM- 32ND ANNUAL MT GOV. CUP TOURNAMENT BEGINS AT MARINA -FORT PECK
3:00 PM– WEIGH –INS START AT MARINE
5:30 PM- SCORES POSTED AT KIWANIS PARK- EMCEE JOE HERBOLD
5:00 PM-FISH FRY AT KIWANIS PARK, OPEN TO THE PUBLIC
- GOOD FOOD/COLD BEVERAGES/PRIZES/EXCLUSIVE MERCHANDISE!
-RAFFLES: BOOZE COOLER, GENERATOR, DEPTH FINDER, GAS CARD, AND 50/50 BOARD
- VISIT WITH PARTICIPATING FISHERMAN & SPONSORS
6:00 PM- CALCUTTA BY AUCTIONEER BRIAN AUSTIN – FRIDAY DAY MONEY & BIG FISH AWARDED–
OPEN TO THE PUBLIC
SATURDAY, JULY 13
6:45 AM– OPENING CEREMONY– NATIONAL ANTHEM
7:00 AM– FINAL DAY FOR FISHING THE 32ND ANNUAL GOV. CUP AT THE FORT PECK MARINA
7:45 AM–12:30PM– YOUTH FISHING TOURNAMENT AT KIWANIS PARK
3:00 PM–WEIGH-INS START
5:30 PM-FINAL SCORES POSTED- KIWANIS PARK BY EMCEE JOE HERBOLD WINNERS ANNOUNCED AND PRIZES AWARDED

32ND ANNUAL MONTANA GOVERNORS CUP WALLEYE TOURNAMENT EXCLUSIVE


SPONSORS:
Wednesday, July 10th
11:00am - 5:30pm•VFW in Glasgow

Thursday, July 11th


9:00am - 2:00pm • FMDH Conference Room
621 3rd St. S. • Located in our lower level take elevator across from lab.
To schedule your appointment or for more
information please visit www.redcrossblood.org
and enter sponsor code: fmdh or call the American
Red Cross at 868-0911.

Keeping up with the times


Members of the Scotty Cross Country team show off the
new timing device that the team was able to purchase
for use at their meets. Grants were provided by the
Theo and Alyce Beck Foundation, the Valley County
Community Foundation, FMDH, the Scotty Booster
Club, the Glasgow Recreation Department and the
Glasgow Chamber of Commerce and Agriculture.
Members pictured are: Iris McKean, Blake Lloyd, Carl
Zabrocki and Wilson Overby.

Cash Calendar zipping along


The Glsgow Wrestling Program’s July Cash
Calendar, one of several fund-raisers for a program that
has huge momentum, started dishing out checks on
July 1st. Let’s get you up to date (prize money, sponsor,
winner):
July 1st, $75, Scottie Nation Apparel, Kyle Stein
July 2nd, $50, Casterline Family Chiropractic, Ashley Aronold
July 3rd, $100, Prairie Travelers, Rich Molvig
July 4th, $75, Edward Jones, Andy Newton
July 5th, $50, Auzzy’s Cook Shack, Josh Partridge
July 8th, $100, Oasis, Angie Stanley
July 9th, $100, Joe Reyling, DDS, Heidi Gault
In other wrestling news, there will be a presentation
for the new building over looking Cal Ripken Field
tonight from 5-5:15. Everyone welcome!
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Wednesday
Nights
6:00 - 8:00pm
Build a Burger
& get a
Domestic Beer
$6 for Members
$8 for Non-Members

July 3 - July 9, 2019


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GROUND ...............................$2.59 lb.
Certified Angus Beef®
BONE IN RIB ROAST ...............$6.89 lb.
Certified Angus Beef®
BONE IN RIBEYE STEAKS ........$6.99 lb.
Certified Angus Beef®
PETITE SIRLOIN STEAKS ..........$3.89 lb.
Don Julio 9 oz. Select Varieties
TORTILLA CHIPS .......................... 4/$5
Bone In Pork
BOSTON BUTT ROAST .............$1.69 lb.
St. Louis Style Pork
PORK SPARERIBS ...................$2.99 lb.
Boneless Skinless
CHICKEN TENDERS .................$2.99 lb.
Folgers 24.2-30.5oz.
COFFEE.................................$6.99 ea.
Juicy Whole Seedless
WATERMELON .......................... 33¢ lb.

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Crispy Ranch
Chicken
Call for reservation by 10 AM
228-9500
Hey kids: keep the dust knocked off these fishin’ poles!
A popular Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks Region
6 program that allows kids and their friends or families to
check out free fishing rods and tackle is in full swing again
this year.
In time for summer fishing, FWP staff has restocked and
maintained over 350 fishing rods in most all the 43 different
location sites across Montana’s Hi-Line. The “Kids to Fish”
program lets anglers check out fishing rods and reels and use
basic tackle, such as hooks, bobbers, and sinkers. Typically,
eight rods are at each location, and usually a tackle box is
available to borrow/use the available tackle.
Marc Kloker, FWP Region 6 Information and Education
Program Manager, runs the program. “Although it takes
quite a bit of time and effort to replace, maintain, and travel
around to all the loaner locations, I think it’s worth it if it
gets someone out fishing who wouldn’t otherwise have the
opportunity,” says Kloker.
Tate Langel, a summer education specialist with FWP’s
Montana WILD, has given Kloker a hand this summer
in fixing up and distributing rods. “Just because someone
doesn’t have a fishing rod doesn’t mean they shouldn’t be able
to go fishing,” Langel said. “And whether it’s a cousin in town
that wants to go along and needs a rod, or an extra pole is
needed for catfishing on the Milk River, we want as many
kids as possible to go out and fish and enjoy themselves.”
“We had one family who checked out a dozen rods to
use at their kid’s birthday party,” says Kloker. “This equipment
is for use for anybody who needs some extra gear.”
FWP appreciates all the locations that display a rack Tate Langel, FWP summer education technician,
of these fishing rods, and they are the reason the program inspects some rods at the Hill County Library in Havre.
has been so successful. “The many business owners and
Havre FWP offices and they will get you set up. If there are
organizations who participate in the program deserve special
any questions about the program or if you are interested in
thanks,” adds Kloker. “They’re helping a lot of kids have fun
having poles available at other locations in your community,
on the water this summer.”
please contact Kloker at 406-228-3704.
The sturdy loaner rods come already rigged with
Locations can be found on the Region 6 webpage on
bobbers, split-shot and hooks. Anglers are expected to sign
fwp.mt.gov. Locally:
out the equipment at the site and return it in good working
order. Kloker reminds folks that these rods are to be brought FORT PECK HINSDALE
back to the loaner location, even if damaged. “We really want Downstream Campground Sweet memories
these poles brought back to their location sites,” says Kloker. Fort Peck Fish Hatchery MALTA
“The next kid that comes along should also have a chance to Lakeridge Phillips County Library
fish.” Fort Peck Marina Westside
If poles are continually lost or stolen, the program will Fort Peck Interpretive Center NASHUA
need to make the necessary changes and location sites may Rock Creek Marina B&B Foods
be removed. In addition, some sites that haven’t seen much FRAZER OPHEIM
use have had their poles removed and taken elsewhere with School Pro Co-Op
GLASGOW PEERLESS
more opportunities.
FWP Region 6 headquarters Dutch Henry’s Club
More than 350 of these fishing rods are available to City-County Library OPHEIM
be checked out from the outlets by individuals, families, Cottonwood Inn Pro Co-Op
organizations, church groups and schools. If anyone is Ezzie’s West End Conoco SACO
looking to check out a large number of rods (over 20) for Glasgow Rec Department Sleeping Buffalo Hot Springs
a particular event, please contact either the Glasgow or Shady Rest RV Park