October 23, 2014 (Thursday)

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        V       o    l    .    3    ,    N   o  .   1  8  0    T  h u r s  d  a  y ,  O c   t o   b e   r     2  3  ,    2   0    1    4 Ready to make some ice   Aaron Johnson, foreground, and Tom Pewitt got the tedious job of laying perfatape around the edge of the inside hockey rink as the refrigerated oor at the Valley Event Center nally dropped down to around 26° last night. With unseasonably warm temperatures for both highs and lows, it took much longer than it normally does. The perfatape around the entire ring (approximately 500 feet) keeps water from leaking under the boards and making an icy mess outside the rink. “Johnny Peterson came up with the idea,” Roger Hystad (at right) explained, “and it works pretty slick.” And it didn’t take long before Aaron came up with a pair of knee pads. The rst of several layers of ice will be completed tonight and the process will continue through the weekend. The rst day of hockey practice is on Saturday, November 1st.  BUZZIFIEDS Enjoy the weekend, cold weather coming Tonight:  Mostly cloudy, with a low around 43. Southwest wind around 6 mph. Friday:  Mostly sunny, with a high near 64. Breezy, with a west wind 13 to 23 mph, with gusts as high as 31 mph. Friday Night:  Partly cloudy, with a low around 38. West northwest wind 6 to 11 mph. Saturday:  Mostly sunny, with a high near 64. Light east wind becoming southeast 5 to 10 mph in the afternoon. Saturday Night:  Partly cloudy, with a low around 39. East southeast wind around 14 mph, with gusts as high as 18 mph. Sunday:  Mostly sunny, with a high near 60. Light west southwest wind becoming west 11 to 16 mph in the afternoon. Winds could gust as high as 24 mph. Sunday Night:  Mostly cloudy, with a low around 35. Monday:  A slight chance of showers. Partly sunny, with a high near 48. Monday Night:  Mostly cloudy, with a low around 29. Tuesday:  Mostly sunny, with a high near 50. Wednesday: A slight chance of showers. Mostly cloudy, with a high near 47. RUMMAGE SALE: Sat., Oct. 25th, 9 am to 12 noon. Lots of different parties with lots of good items. LOCated at First Lutheran Church (in the basement), 641 2nd Ave. N., Use the front door please. Proceeds go towards the Preschool Scholarship Fund. BUZZ FARMERS MARKET! This Sat. Oct. 25 9am - 3pm. Spaghetti, acorn squash, pumpkins, cabbage, assorted sweet and hot peppers, tomatoes, and potatoes. Produce will be added weekly when ready, also fresh baked goods, jams & jellies & more. Wic vouchers accepted. New vendors welcome. We will be going every Sat. thru Nov. 22 weather permitting 8am-3pm. LOOK FOR SIGNS. RED ROCK PLAZA (ACROSS FROM COKE PLANT). BUZZ POSITION OPENING: Frances Mahon Deaconess Hospital has an opening for a full-time Customer Service Representative for the Glasgow Clinic. Requirements: High School Diploma or GED & ability to type 45 WPM. Qualied applicant will be responsible for patient check in, scheduling appointments and data entry of all patient information. Previous clerical, medical terminology and computer experience preferred. Open until lled. FOR MORE INFORMATION, CONTACT HUMAN RESOURCES 228-3647 OR COMPLETE AN APPLICATION ON LINE AT WWW.FMDH.ORG. BUZZ FRANCES MAHON DEACONESS HOSPITAL   has a full-time opening Dietary Assistant. This position will be scheduled either 6am-2:30pm or 10:30am-7:00pm. Some weekend shifts may be required. Responsibilities include food preparation, using proper methods of food handling, and storage. Previous experience in food service preferred. If interested, complete an FMDH application on-line at or pick up an application at Job Service or FMDH Human Resources Ofce. FOR MORE INFORMATION PLEASE CALL 228-3638 (EOE). BUZZ JOB OPPORTUNITY: Local grain company currently has immediate opening for a full-time Ofce Manager/Clerk. Work with customers an handle all general ofce duties, record keeping, guring payments and writing grain checks in windows based computer programs. Good working knowledge of windows based programs a must, people skills and ability to lift 50 to 60 lbs necessary. Salary DOE. Health insurance, 401k, prot sharing, and vacation accrual offered. Six month probation period. CALL 228-4422, ASK FOR JERRY. BUZZ HELP WANTED:   Bartender, server & line cook. APPLY AT DURUM RESTAURANT. BUZZ SUBSTITUTE EMPLOYEES  – Glasgow School District. Substitutes are needed for various positions – teachers, aides, secretaries, custodians. Wages vary according to duties. Apply online - Click on the Employment tab, then select Classied Positions. CALL THE ADMINISTRATION OFFICE FOR MORE INFORMATION 228-2406. BUZZ JOB OPENING:   First Community Bank - Glasgow has an opening for a Customer Service Rep. Full-time with benets. APPLY AT GLASGOW JOB SERVICE. EEO/AA EMPLOYER BUZZ JOB OPENING:   First Community Bank - Glasgow has an opportunity for a Loan Ofcer Trainee. A background in agriculture is preferred. This is a full-time position with benets. APPLY AT GLASGOW JOB SERVICE. EEO/AA EMPLOYER BUZZ CHAPPELL’S AUTOMOTIVE   is Now Open for business. Come see us for all your Auto, Truck, Ag & ATV repairs. 54336 HWY 2 E (ACROSS FROM ZERBE’S), 228-8961. BUZZ FOR RENT & SALE IN ST. MARIE:   3 Bedroom, 1.5 Bath. CALL 406-524-3742. BUZZ FOR RENT: 1BR apt. Newly redecorated & furnished. Heat & water included. Washing facilities in building. No Pets. CELL: 406-230-0791 HOUSE: 406-228-8110 BUZZ FOR RENT: Spacious 2- and 3-bedroom homes for rent on Ft. Peck Highway. Refurbished interiors, garages, new furnaces. Water provided. No Smoking or Pets. Damage deposit required. DAYTIME (406) 367-9300 EVENING (651) 490-5757 BUZZ FOR RENT: 1 bedroom apt., partially furnished, $400 + utitlities. No Smoking. CALL 228-2986 OR 230-0566 BUZZ ROOMMATE NEEDED:   4-Bedroom, 1.5 bath in St. Marie. CALL JOSEPH 230-0944 BUZZ REWARD: For any information that leads to the return of a Red Terminator Motorcycle, taken from the South Side of Glasgow on Oct. 13th. If you are the one that took it please return out back where we can nd it - No Questions asked. PLEASE CALL GLASGOW PD OR 228-4854 WITH ANY INFORMATION. BUZZ ALWAYS BUYING antiques, primitives, cupboards, farm tables, military, and all others. Enjoy digging out in old farm buildings. Can purchase small to larger estates.  CALL PATSY 406-785-2321, CELL 263-7936. BUZZ NEED YOUR LAWN RAKED???:   Rock Solid Youth Group will be raking lawns this Sat, Oct. 25. If you would like your lawn raked and cleaned up PLEASE CALL MICHELLE @ 230-2516  to set up a time. This is a free will donation with proceeds going towards missions. For all students going on the Washington, D.C. trip, there will be a meeting on Tursday, October 23rd at 6:00 p.m. at the Glasgow High School in room 4.  D.C. Trip Meeting tonight Laumeyer Benefit on Sunday   Tere will be a Benefit Spaghetti Dinner or Sandy Laumeyer this Sunday, October 26th at the Nashua Senior Center. Tis benefit is to help with Sandy’s medical expenses as cancer has returned. Along with the spaghetti eed rom 12:30 - 2:00 p.m., there will be a bake sale, silent auction and ree will offering.  Krumwiede cleared for kicking   Scotty senior Keil Krumwiede, who has been sidelined the entire ootball season due to a wrist injury, is cleared or kicking extra points and field goals and is currently getting his required practices in to be able to play or the first-round playoff game. He’s going in to get a CA scan next uesday to see how the bone healing is progressing rom the surgery and will know rom that, i he’ll be cleared to see the field or offense and deense. At 6’1” and 190 pounds, the agile Krumwiede will be playing at tight end and deensive end i he gets the go-ahead rom his doctor. “We’re praying and keeping the fingers crossed that it will be avorable!” says Scotty Head Coach Greg Liebelt.  145 Min.118 Min. 4:00 - 6:50 - 9:30PM DAILY CINEMAS: 4:00 & 4:10 PM - $5.75/PERSONFREE TREAT TUESDAY!   Free popcorn with every paid admission at 7pm & 9pm showings OCTOBER 17 - 23 SHOWINGS 228-9239 Rated PG-13: for sexuality, violence, some drug content and brief strong language Rated R: for a scene of bloody violence, some strong sexual content/nudity, and language 4:10 - 7:00 - 9:20PM H E LD O V E R   SPECIALS:  A GREAT PLACE TO HANG OUT!  THE HANGAR Hwy 2 East228-8280  We Have Soft-Serve Ice Cream!  Have Your Parties Here BOOK NOW! SATURDAY Soup: COOK’S CHOICE Lunch: STEAK PHILLY  Dinner: HAMBURGER STEAK  SUNDAY Soup: COOK’S CHOICE Lunch: COLD MEATLOAF SANDWICH Dinner: 8 oz. CHICKEN FRIED STEAK  THURSDAY Soup: BEER CHEESE Lunch: FRENCH DIP Dinner: MEATLOAF DINNER FRIDAY Soup: CLAM CHOWDER Lunch: FISH & CHIPS Dinner: HALIBUT  continued on next page   “Ladies and Livestock: Life on the Ranch”,  the second book in the Montana Family Ranching Series, rom the Research and Education Endowment Foundation o the Montana Stockgrowers Association (REEF), was released on October 1. Te digital book is a pictorial explanation o Montana women and their roles in the ranching community. “Women are ofen described as the ‘backbone’ to the ranch and we want to capture what that means in this book,” said Lauren Chase, author and photographer.  Ladies and Livestock  is leading the way in multimedia technology and storytelling as it is being released in digital ormat instead o print. Available in the Apple iBook store, readers will be able to download Ladies and Livestock  to their iPads and flip through the  vivid imagery with the swipe o their fingers. Tis book eatures over 130 pages o stories, photographs and video eatures o the ladies who raise livestock, care or the land, and build their amilies’ legacies on Montana ranches. Not only are these Montana women working on the ranch, many have jobs in town, volunteer in their communities, and are involved in the legislation process o issues affecting agriculture.  Ladies and Livestock  is the second in a series o book eatured in the Montana Family Ranching Series. Te first edition, Big Sky Boots, released in 2012, eatures the working seasons o the  Ladies and Livestock: Life on the Ranch is now available  S p o o k y  S p ec i a l  S o f a ’ s   S t a r t i n g  a t   $ 4 4 9  G h o s t l y  S p ec i a l s  A m a n a  D r y e r  H e a v y - D u t y   $ 3 9 9  H a u n t i ng  V a l u e s  G. E.  R e f r i g e r a t o r 1 6  c u.  f t.   $5 2 9  D r o p- D e ad  D e a l s  Q u e e n  S i z e  M a t t r e s s  S e t   $ 3 9 9  Sc r e a m i ng  S a v i ng s 5  p c.  L i v i n g  R o o m  G r o u p  S o f a,  L o v e  S e a t &  3  T a b l e s   $ 9 9 9  B a r e  B o n e s  B u y s  D e c o r a t i v e  E l e c t r i c  F i r e p l a c e s   S t a r t i n g  a t   $ 4 9 9  C r e e p y  V a l u e s  A m a n a  W a s h e r  E x t r a  L g.  C a p a c i t y  $ 4 2 9  B o o t i f u l  B a rg a i n s  R o c k e r  R e c l i n e r s  S t a r t i n g  a t   $ 2 9 9  M a r k l e ’ s  W a r e h o u s e    D   O   N   ’   T   L   E   T   T   H   E   S   E   P   R   I   C   E   S   C   R   E   E   P   Y   O   U   A   W   A   Y Montana cowboy and is available in print edition rom the Montana Stockgrowers Association by visiting.org/amily-ranching/. “Tis series is meant to help people understand what it takes to make a Montana ranch operate successully and also, to show the wonderul ranch amilies that make it possible. Creating the book or the iPad is really exciting or us because we can reach new audiences much easier through digital means,” said Chase. By utilizing the digital technology, “Ladies and Livestock”   adds a new dimension to reading a book. Included on nearly 30 o the pages are video eatures that play with the touch o the finger. Tese videos show interviews o the ladies speaking on their ranch history, amily lie and how they eel about being part o Montana’s agriculture. Tis book is a multimedia journey through the lie o a woman on a Montana ranch. Not only can readers see photographs, but can hear the woman tell her own story and see the emotion on her ace as she talks about how important her amily is to her. Te book can be downloaded or $14.99 in the Apple iBook store by searching title: Ladies and Livestock . Proceeds rom the sales o the book contribute to the Montana Stockgrowers Association’s Foundation to help support educational programs and scholarships or youth. o learn more about this project and the author,  visit http://www.mtbee.org.  Ladies continued    G l a s g o w ’ s   4 t h A n n u a l  C h o c o l a t e  W a l k Play in the chocolate poker run for a chance to win a Prize!  Call The Apple Trolley for more information: 406.228.2915 232 1st Ave. N Glasgow For all you chocoholics out there this is something you can not miss! Come to Glasgow to stroll among the stores and galleries that are staying open just for you with sweet delights from chocolate fountains to delectable fudges, and more. Over 20 participating businesses. Stop into Alley’s Palace for Awards Party at 9pm October 24th, 4pm - 7pm Friday, October 24 th 4:00 pm to 7:00 pm  YUM... YUM... Join us for the   Harvest Festival Harvest Festival is a special tradition we observe each year to celebrate God’s harvest of souls and work done through missions; also thanksgiving for how God has blessed the yield of our farmers/ranchers. Lance Lanning is our guest speaker this year. He represents Provision International. PROVISION International is a worldwide Christian ministry of outreach that strives to meet the needs of the earth’s less fortunate and downtrodden populace. They are committed to networking resources to serve people in areas of great need. Sunday, October 26th at 10:00 am Glasgow Evangelical Church  You are invited to stay after worship for our Harvest meal. There was a prison break   and I saw a midget climb up the fence. As he jumped down her sneered at me and I thought, well that’s a little condescending.   Question: Why didn’t the lieguard save the hippie?   Answer:  Because he was too ar out man!    2014 Health Fair Saturday, November 8th8:00 am - Noonat FMDH ã Free Health Screeningã Prizesã Health Informationã Bring in expired or unused medications for proper disposal 619 First Ave N. Glasgow, MT 59230 NOW HIRING Team Members, Servers, Delivery Drivers Competitive wages, flexible hours, and great benefits all in a fun work environment! DeliveryDriversmusthaveanacceptabledrivingrecord, personalvehicle&current autoinsurance. EOE/M/F/D/V APPLY ONLINE APPLY ONLINE TODAY!TODAY!  $100 Signing Bonus — Apply for details GLASGOW SCHOOL MENU Breakfast Pancakes ã Sausage PattyJuice ã Milk Lunch Hamburger w/Tomato & PicklesSweet Potato Criss Cuts ã Oranges Harvest Bar ã Choice of Fruit ã Milk FRIDAY    Sr. Citizen Menu  FRIDAY Polish & Kraut   Call for reservation by 10 AM 228-9500 Totally remodeled inside and out! 1800 sq. ft. plan with gourmet kitchen complete with stainless steel appliances. Double car attached garage. New siding, new roofs, new windows, bonus there is another 1040 sq. ft. garage with workshop and a barn!  Amust see! Call today!  71 Skylark Rd, Glasgow, MT $349,000 Offered by:  Karen Waarvik, Broker/Owner  (406) 228-2525 - GREAT HORSE PROPERTY - PRICE REDUCED! #214  R.D. “ag” Markle, age 89, passed away on hursday, October 16, 2014 at the Frances Mahon Deaconess Hospital in Glasgow, Montana. ag was born in Glasgow to homas and Florence Markle on November 23, 1924. Ater graduating rom Glasgow, he attended Kemper Military School beore serving in the Army. For three years he was in the Medical Corp in Hawaii. Ater being released he attended the University o Montana. here he met his wie, Kae Lythgoe. Upon graduation he and his wie returned to Glasgow where he joined the amily’s business. ag and his brothers, O.E. an C.D., took over the business rom their ather. He was manager o the hardware store until his retirement in the 80’s. ag was president o the Jaycees, Kiwanis, and the Sunnyside Gol Course. He served on the board o Valley View Foundation, the library, and Glasgow Beautiication. He was a charter member o the Elks, Hospital Foundation, Luke’s 100, and more. He worked on the Food Bank or many years. He was an active member o St. Matthew’s Episcopal Church. ag enjoyed hiking around Cherry Creek collecting rocks. He loved gol, traveling, having coee with his good riends, and spending time with his children and their amilies. Preceding him in death were his parents, brothers Walter, O.E., C.D., and a sister Blanche. He is survived by his wie Kae Markle o Glasgow, our children; Debbie (ee) yler o Salt Lake City, Utah, Je (Lori) Markle o Kennewick, Washington, Laurie (Jim) Benvenga o Sundance, Wyoming, and Lisa (Randy) Martin o Billings, Montana, and one sister-in-law, Lois Markle o Glasgow. hey also had 11 grandchildren and 10 great-grandchildren, and many nieces and nephews. A private service will be held at a later date. Memorials are suggested to the Markle Ambulance Fund or a charity o your choice. Tag Markle   OBITUARY
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