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Hiss, rattle and roll!

Careful with those things, fellas!

When Smiley said the Elks is serving fresh


rattlesnake as part of their Super Bowl festivities, he
wasnt spoofing! Smiley and Leo Schakosky went
on a rattlesnake roundup this past fall. Smiley kept
them penned up in his shop this winter. Yesterday
he had a crew cleaning the snakes for the occasion.
On hand were Bob Kemp, Tim Newton, Leo and
Smiley to slick them up. So, if youve never had
rattlesnake before, heres your chance. Another
unique cuisine on the menu Sunday are every
cattlemans delight: Rocky Mountain Oysters.
(While playing with the diamondbacks, we also
spied a humongous pile of ribs being thawed out
for the less adventurous Super Bowl party-goers.)

FREE POPCORN TUESDAY!


FREE POPCORN WITH EVERY PAID ADMISSION

Feb. 5 - Feb. 11

SHOWINGS
228-9239

www.polsontheatres.com

4:10PM
7:15PM
9:10PM
95 Min.

HELDR
OVE
PG
Martial arts action and
some mild rude humor.

Cast: Jack Black, Bryan Cranston, Mads Mikkelsen, Rebel Wilson


Description: In 2016, one of the most successful animated franchises in the world returns
with its biggest comedy adventure yet, Kung Fu Panda 3. When Pos long-lost panda father
suddenly reappears, the reunited duo travels to a secret panda paradise to meet scores of
hilarious new panda characters. But when the supernatural villain Kai begins to sweep across
China defeating all the kung fu masters, Po must do the impossiblelearn to train a village full
of his fun-loving, clumsy brethren to become the ultimate band of Kung Fu Pandas!

4:00PM
7:00PM
9:15PM
118 Min.

MFU says Montana farmers at disadvantage


when it comes to exporting wheat to Canada
Montana Farmers Union Board SecretaryTreasurer Erik Somerfeld visited with staff from all
three of Montanas delegates in Washington D.C.
regarding Canadas current wheat grading system. This
comes on the heels of a letter Senator Tester sent to
U.S. Trade Representative Michael Froman requesting
the ambassador address the issue with the Canadian
government.
Under the current system, when Montana wheat
crosses the border it is automatically downgraded to
feed, the lowest quality designation. However, the United
States has made it a priority to fairly examine wheat
imported from Canada. Somerfeld spoke on behalf of
Montana producers during his visit with the senator.
This discrepancy leads to an unfair disadvantage for
Montana farmers who work tirelessly to provide highquality wheat. MFU is in favor of standards that dont
unfairly discount Montana grain, said Somerfeld.
Paul Kanning, MFU Board Member and farmer
in Flaxville, grows spring wheat. Currently he sells his
wheat in state, but would consider doing business with
Canada if it made financial sense to do so. If the rules
were more balanced, it would open up the options for us
and put us on a level playing field, said Kanning.
Montana farmers export more wheat to Canada
than any other nation, and contribute billions each year
to the national economy.

Somerfeld was in D.C. to represent Montana on the
National Farmers Union Policy Committee. With input
from delegates and membership the committee will
then submit a final copy of the policy at the national
convention in March in Minneapolis.
Prices Effective:
February 3-9, 2016

Savings

R
Crude sexual
content and
language
throughout and for
drug use
Cast: Amy Poehler, Tina Fey
Description: Tina Fey and Amy Poehler reunite for Sisters, a new film from Pitch Perfect director
Jason Moore about two disconnected sisters summoned home to clean out their childhood
bedroom before their parents sell the family house. Looking to recapture their glory days, they
throw one final high-school-style party for their classmates, which turns into the cathartic rager
that a bunch of ground-down adults really need. Fey produces the comedy alongside Jay
Roach (Meet the Parents series), and Poehler executive produces from a script by Paula Pell.

DAILY CINEMAS: 4:00 & 4:10 PM - $6.00/PERSON

Cloverdale 28 oz.

Don Pancho 20 oz. Bag

Pepsi or Coca Cola Products

Red Button Vintage Creamery 56 oz. Sel. Var.

Hillshire Farm 12-14 oz. Sel. Var.

Pringles Chips Sel. Var.

Boneless Beef

Bulk

La Mexicana 16 oz. Sel. Var.

Western Family 12 oz.

Boneless Beef Family Pack

DiGiorno 22.1-34.2 oz. Sel. Var.

TANGY SUMMER SAUSAGE.....$5.99 ea.


12 PACK CANS...........................4/$12
SMOKED SAUSAGE.......................2/$5
TRI TIP ROAST OR STEAKS......$5.99 lb.
SALSA.........................................2/$4
TOP SIRLOIN STEAKS..............$3.99 lb.

CORN TORTILLA CHIPS...........$3.39 ea.


PREMIUM ICE CREAM...................2/$7
SNACKS.......................................4/$5
HOT WINGS...........................$2.99 lb.
SLICED BACON.............................2/$5
PIZZAS.......................................$3.99

BUZZIFIEDS

BUZZ
GARAGE SALE: Saturday, 7:30 1. Nice clothing, home dcor, massage
table, furniture, office items. OLD ODD FELLOWS HALL, DOWNTOWN
GLASGOW.
BUZZ
GARAGE SALE: Saturday February 6 8am - 1pm. Household items,
candles, vacuums, kids toys, pictures, furniture, electronics and many
other items. Bag sale on clothes, all day. FAITH LUTHERAN CHURCH,
909 8TH AVE N., BEHIND PIONEER MUSEUM.
BUZZ
FLEA MARKET: February 6, 2016 from 9am - 2 pm tables are $5.00
each for more information or to book a table please call 228-9500 Valley
County Senior Center. Many new vendors, come see what they have to
sell. White elephant, blankets, rag rugs and so much more. We are still
taking donations FOR MORE INFORMATION OR TO BOOK A TABLE
PLEASE CALL 228-9500

Windy
weekend
A High Wind Watch is in effect throughout
much of eastern Montana on Saturday and Sunday. A
strong cold front will make its way through the region
Saturday morning. Behind the front, winds will increase
throughout the day. Strong wind speeds of 30-40 mph
are expected across the region with wind gusts up to 65
mph possible. Such strong winds will potentially impact
travelers with high-profile vehicles along any northsouth oriented roadways.
Tonight: Partly cloudy, with a low around 27. South wind 6
to 8 mph.
Saturday: A 40 percent chance of showers after 11am.
Mostly cloudy, with a high near 45. Breezy, with a west wind
9 to 19 mph increasing to 19 to 29 mph in the afternoon.
Winds could gust as high as 40 mph.
Saturday Night: A chance of rain and snow showers before
11pm. Mostly cloudy, then gradually becoming mostly clear,
with a low around 24. Windy, with a west northwest wind
22 to 30 mph, with gusts as high as 41 mph. Chance of
precipitation is 30%. Little or no snow accumulation expected.
Sunday: Sunny, with a high near 35. Breezy, with a northwest
wind 23 to 28 mph, with gusts as high as 39 mph.
Sunday Night: Partly cloudy, with a low around 16. West
northwest wind 10 to 17 mph, with gusts as high as 24 mph.
Monday: Partly sunny, with a high near 37. West southwest
wind around 8 mph.
Monday Night: Partly cloudy, with a low around 23.
Tuesday: Mostly sunny, with a high near 42.
Tuesday Night: Mostly clear, with a low around 25.
Wednesday: Mostly sunny, with a high near 41.
Wednesday Night: Partly cloudy, with a low around 23.
Thursday: Partly sunny, with a high near 35.

BUZZ
TRINITY TECHNOLOGY GROUP seeks professional and career oriented
individuals for Transportation Security Officers in Glendive, Sidney, Wolf
Point, Glasgow, and Havre, MT. Excellent salary, part-time positions with
full benefits. Duties: providing security and protection of air traveling
passengers and the public. Requirements: High School diploma or
equivalent, proficiency in the English language, pass medical and drug
screening, and background checks. TO APPLY GO TO HTTP://WWW.
TRINITYTECHNOLOGYGROUP.COM/ . E. O. E.
BUZZ
SCOTTIE DAY CARE: Is looking for a part time employee. APPLY AT
SCOTTIE DAY CARE
BUZZ
VALLEY COUNTY TRANSIT: has an opening for a vehicle/facility cleaner.
This is a flexible part time position that includes some benefits including
sick and vacation leave and holiday pay. Tasks include cleaning vehicles
and facility using supplies provided. Will be subject to preemployment
drug test and driving record check. Pay will be $10.97 per hour with
pay increase after successful probation period. Would like to fill A.S.A.P.
COMPLETE JOB APPLICATION AT JOB SERVICE.
BUZZ
FOR RENT OR SALE: 3 BR, bath and 3/4, remodeled kitchen, oak
cabinets new stove/fridge, fenced in yard, garage door opener. $550
rent, $29,500 sale. St. Marie. Call 406-524-3742
BUZZ
For Rent: 3 BR, 1 bath, attached garage, on one floor. Nice place to
live, recently updated, with newer appliances, paint and carpet $550
plus utilities. Pets are welcome. Located 75 North Star, St. Marie. Call
Helland Agency 228-2114
BUZZ
FOR RENT: 1 BR, 1 bath apartment. Recently updated with all new
flooring and paint. Comfortable and affordable. $475 plus utilities. No
pets no smoking. Located 90 US HWY 2 East Glasgow. CALL HELLAND
AGENCY 228-2114
BUZZ
FOR RENT: In Downtown Glasgow, furnished Suites; 1 BR, 2 BR, & 3
BR. CALL 228-2800
BUZZ
COUNTRY LIVING RIGHT OUTSIDE OF GLASGOW: 2 BR, 2 Bath,
office, 2 car garage home. No pets, No smoking. CALL MIKE 425-6525332
BUZZ
FOR SALE: 16 X 6 gooseneck, 2002 trailer, 14 ply tires. $2,000. 7 X 18
gooseneck stock trailer S.S. 1991. $2,000 CALL 230-0223
BUZZ
NASHUA ALL SCHOOL REUNION: Is looking for caterers to prepare
and 500 to 700 people for: Banquet (buffet style) at the Nashua School
at 5:00 pm on Saturday July 9, 2016. Picnic in Kiwanis Park at noon on
Sunday July 10, 2016 IF YOU ARE INTERESTED PLEASE CONTACT
PAT HALLETT AT 746-3353 OR EMAIL phallett@nemont.net OR
SMOKEY & VIVIAN STOVER AT 746-3364 OR EMAIL smokey2@
nemont.net BY MARCH 1, 2016

Glasgow/Fort Peck Chapter

WALLEYES UNLIMITED
ANNUAL

BANQUET

AND SPRING CRAFT BAZAAR

APRIL 9, 2016

VALLEY EVENT CENTER GLASGOW


Contact: Sandy 228-4860 263-4861

Make HIM or HER


your VALENTINE
with a gift from

Hi-Line Ford.

NORTHEAST MONTANAS FORD HEADQUARTERS

Call Jerry, Josh or Norm (406) 228-2141 866-528-2141 Check us out on the web for more great deals www.hilineford.net

Game Boards

NS
GLERN
EPAIR &

AUTO
RVICE
WRECKER SE

Bar opens at 10 am
10 Flat screen TVs
Bud Light and PBR Giveaways
Buckets of Beer
$2.50 Domestic Draft Specials

53999
Hwy 2 W

MONDAY

Soup: Broccoli Chili


Specials:

Hamburge Deluxe
1/2 Taco Salad
Dine at theO

Batteries Towing Repair


Call 228-2715 or 263-1249

Complimentary Homemade soup by Zack and Bergie


(Steak and Potato, Chicken and Dumpling), Chips & Dip
Special Super Bowl menu including a Pork Belly Po Boy
and Hog Wings!

Wells Cargo Dealer


Normally $6,400

Get it for

228-8006

Perfect Woman Competition


The owner of a bar in Malta is holding a competition
to find the perfect woman, the prize is a ticket for the
Super Bowl.

Amongst the tasks the aspirants will be expected to
undertake are: back a trailer load of hay; change a truck
tire; run a pool table from the break; darn a sock; and
wrangle and brand a steer.
Lest we get complaints from the LFL (Lingerie
Football League), this is just a Super Bowl joke.
CHARMING HOME IN DUCK CREEK

CHARMING 3072 +/- SQ. FT. HOME IN DUCK

$6,000

CREEK HAS 3 BEDROOMS, 2 BATHS,


FULL BASEMENT WITH 2 SLEEPING
ROOMS AND FIREPLACE. THE OPEN
KITCHEN AND DINING AREA MAKE FOR
GREAT ENTERTAINING. NICELY FINISHED
AND MOVE IN READY! THE LARGE
30,000 SQ. FT. LOT HAS ROOM TO PLAY
AND INCLUDES A DOUBLE DETACHED
GARAGE WITH STORAGE SHED.

This Week

West of Glasgow
54000 Highway 2 W

ASKING $279,500

228-4801

or Citizen Center
Seni

MONDAY

Stroganoff

Call for reservation by 10 AM


228-9500

#271
Offered by: Karen Waarvik, Broker/Owner

(406) 228-2525
www.redfoxxrealestate.com

Marvin Ventner, the football coach was asked his


secret of evaluating his new recruits.

Well, he answered, Its easy. I take em out in the
woods and make em run. The ones that run round the
trees, I make into running backs. The ones that run
straight into the trees, I turn into linemen.

What the L? Why is


it Super Bowl 50?
When it comes to the Super
Bowl, its the only thing in life that
seems to use Roman numerals
besides old clocks.
The NFL broke its tradition
of using Roman numerals for the
Super Bowl and branded its 2016
championship game as Super Bowl
50 instead.

It was a decision that the league
originally announced in June 2014,
when the logos for the game in Santa
Clara, Calif., were revealed. In the
press release, the NFL explained the
change as a way to further elevate
and celebrate the historic 50th Super
Bowl.
Unsurprisingly, NFL players
really dont care.
While celebrating the Super
Bowls golden anniversary certainly
makes sense as motivation to call the
game Super Bowl 50 complete with
golden numbers, logos and lettering,
the fact that the Roman number for
50 is L is also likely a contributing
factor. Frankly, Super Bowl L isnt
the most attractive title to market or
create a logo for.
The use of Roman numbers
didnt become an NFL tradition
until Super Bowl V in 1971. The NFL
has already said that the tradition
of using Roman numerals will be
reinstated in 2017 with Super Bowl
LI at NRG Stadium in Houston.
Because it is, in many ways,
unique to the Super Bowl, McCarthy
says. It provides even more gravitas
to an event thats a tradition thats
decades long. It is unique. At the
NFL, we like to stand out and heres
one way that is fun to do so.
We also know that teachers
across the country appreciate
keeping the Roman numeral system
alive.

Bowling
El Cor Del Lanes

Monday Night Mens

Pacific Steel
Old Mil Light
W: 30 L: 10
W: 22 L: 18
Sand Electric
Ezzies
W: 28 L: 14
W: 18.5 L: 20.5
Holy Rollers
Markles
W: 24.5 L: 15.5
W: 13 L: 27
Valley Bank
Bye
W: 23 L: 17
W: 2 L: 38
HIGH GAMES & SERIES

Team Scr.: Pacific Steel 2935Team Hdc.:


Pacific Steel 1210 & 3433 Ind. Scr.: Rocky
Thompson 237 & Juice Fischer 647 Ind. Hdc.:
Don Simonsen 269 & 734

Friday Night Mixed

Skill Shotz
The 7-10s
W: 24 L: 8
W: 14 L: 18
Road Kill
Gutter Sharks
W: 20 L: 12
W: 12 L: 20
Hooligans
Bandits
W: 15 L: 17
W: 11 L: 21
HIGH GAMES & SERIES

Womens Commercial

Juices Card Room


Holiday
W: 19.5 L: 16.5
W: 17.5 L: 18.5
Old Mil Light
CBs Detailing
W: 19 L: 17
W: 17.5 L: 18.5
FCB - Hinsdale
Bud Light Girls
W: 19 L: 17
W: 15.5 L: 20.5
HIGH GAMES & SERIES

Team Scr.: Bud Light Girls 687 & Juices Card


Room 1914 Team Hdc.: Holiday 849 & CBs
Detailing 2420 Ind. Scr.: Juanita Morehouse
224 & Sharlene Schmidt 558 Ind. Hdc.: Lori
Shipp 263 & Brenda Anderson 628

Stars & Strikes

Split Happens
Welcome House
W: 21 L: 7
W: 15 L: 13
Buster Knuckle
Cant Believe It
W: 17 L: 11
W: 11 L: 17
Thompson & Sons
Grannies
W: 16.5 L: 11.5
W: 9
L: 19
Tinas Team
Team Scr.: Road Kill 726 & Skill Shotz Pocket Pounders
W: 7.5 L: 20.5
2156Team Hdc.: Gutter Sharks 872 & 7-10s W: 15 L: 13
HIGH GAMES & SERIES
2481 Mens Ind. Scr.: Larry Vetch 215 &
Eric Feit 635 Mens Ind. Hdc.: Quentin Team Scr.: Welcome House 697 & Thompson
Compton 251 & Joe Bergtoll 655 Womens & Sons 2294 Team Hdc. Buster Knuckles 845
Ind. Scr.:Kristi Feit 193 & Diane Jensen 499 & Split Happens 2596 Mens Ind. Scr.: Rocky
Womens Ind. Hdc.: Brookelynn Feiock 235 & Thompson 277 & Juice Fishcer 669 Womens
Ind. Scr.: Jennifer Fischer 221 & Donna
Ruth Ebert 658
Borgen 618

School
League

Geter Done

The Pinheads
We Dont Give A Split
W: 42 L: 18
W: 23 L: 37
Team 5
Squade
W: 41 L: 19
W: 19 L: 41
Team 6
Team 3
W: 38 L: 22
W: 17 L: 43
HIGH GAMES & SERIES

Vicks Lanes

Nashua Mens League

Tihista Construction Vicks Lane


W: 36.5 L: 7.5
W: 20 L: 24
Hi-Line Ford
Stockyards
W: 29 L: 15
W: 16.5 L: 27.5
Dahl Aviation
Bergies
W: 24 L: 20
W: 14.5 L: 29.5
E.G.T.
Farmers Elevator
Team Scr.: We Dont Give A Split 620 & Squade
W: 14.5 L: 29.5
1966Team Hdc.: The Pinheads 825 & Team W: 21 L: 23
HIGH
GAMES
& SERIES
6 2397 Boys Ind. Scr.: Kasey Seyfert 221 &

Justice Meland 609 Boys Ind. Hdc.:Jaysen Team Scr.: Hi-Line Ford 815 & Hi-Line Ford,&
Turner 276 & Donny Brabeck 596 Girls Ind. Vicks Lane 2315Team Hdc.: Vicks Lanes 912
Scr.: Rayna Merritt 174 & Alesia Hopstad 458 & 2612 Ind. Scr.: Bill Viste 245 & 659 Ind. Hdc.:
Girls Ind. Hdc.Series: Alexis Stahl 232 & Tarin Zac Garsjo 280 & 740
Vandell 606
Be sure to get your
Email:
Fax:
weekly scores to us to
bscentral@nemont.net
228-4578
include in the Buzz!

Valentines Day Dance

Thursday, February 11th


6 pm ~ 8 pm

Everyone Welcome

Music by:
Dave Pippin &
Mike Bain

st 9am~2am
Saturday,
Saturday,February
January 316th
8am~?

Coldest Beer
in Town
The Hospital Guild Scholarship application is now
available. The scholarship is for those
interested in the medical field. Applications are available at FMDH.org.-Guild scholarship link. The completed applications are due back by
March 15, 2016.Awards luncheon will be
April 4, 2016
We would like to THANK the businesses in the area
for their participation and donations that helped to
make our scholarship fundraising a
success. It made our year fun and exciting.

Super Bowl
at the

Sunday, February 7th


Noon

Card Games
Pitch Poor Mans Bridge And More
Drink Specials Door Prizes

Rocky Mountain Oysters Chili


Fish Rattlesnake Meat

Some Super Bowl Tidbits


Not into football? Feel like youre always trying to
figure out how the game works at a Super Bowl party
when all you want to do is watch the ads, talk to your
friends and eat homemade dip? Well, before the Denver
Broncos and Carolina Panthers face off in Super Bowl
50, here are some tidbits about the big game that can
make you sound like an expert in no time. And theyll
probably even stump the most devoted football fans.
The first Super Bowl was played in 1967, with the
Green Bay Packers facing the Kansas City Chiefs. The
Packers won. They won it again the following year.
Lamar Hunt coined the term Super Bowl and the
name became official in 1969.
The Pittsburgh Steelers have won the most Super
Bowls (6).
The Denver Broncos have lost the most Super Bowls
(5).
According to the Pro Football Hall of Fame, the four
currently active teams that have never been to the
Super Bowl are: the Cleveland Browns, Jacksonville
Jaguars, Detroit Lions and Houston Texans.
At 39, Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning will be
the oldest starting quarterback in Super Bowl history.
That record used to belong to a then 38-year-old John
Elway (now a vice president of the team).
The age difference between Manning and Panthers
star Cam Newton (26) will be the biggest gap between
starting quarterbacks in Super Bowl history: 13 years
48 days.
After the Broncos lost to the Giants in the Super Bowl
XXI (1987), the games MVP, Giants quarterback Phil
Simms, became known for starting the tradition of
players saying Im going to Disney World in an ad
after winning a championship. I was the MVP of the
Super Bowl and had more people asking me about
the Disney commercial than how I played the game,
he told USA Today.
The coldest Super Bowl bowl: Super Bowl VI (1972).
It was 39 degrees at the Tulane Stadium in New
Orleans, La., where the Dallas Cowboys beat the
Miami Dolphins.
The Miami Dolphins set the record for the fewest
points scored in a Super Bowl game (3) when they
lost to the Dallas Cowboys, who scored 24 points.

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Super Bowl Tidbits continued

The San Francisco 49ers set the record for most


points scored to win a Super Bowl and the largest
margin of victory in a Super Bowl when they crushed
the Broncos 55-10 during Super Bowl XXIV (1990) at
the Louisiana Superdome in New Orleans.
The only day on which Americans consume more
food than Super Bowl Sunday is Thanksgiving.
Nine million pounds of guacamole are consumed on
Super Bowl Sunday.
The 2015 Super Bowl was broadcast in 34 languages
around the world.
Nine out of 10 of the most-watched U.S. television
programs in history were Super Bowls.
The Buffalo Bills are the only team to have played in
four consecutive Super Bowls. They lost all of them.
Tom Brady was the first quarterback to ever star in
six Super Bowls. The holder of the previous record is
John Elway.
Ella Fitzgerals and Al Hirt were the first celebrities to
play during halftime.
Miami and New Orleans have hosted the most Super
Bowls, 10 each.
The average asking price for tickets to the 2016 Super
Bowl is $6,007. The most expensive ticket listed on
the secondary market is now $22,670!
About 80 percent of all Super Bowl tickets go to
corporate sponsors, meaning only 20 percent of the
tickets are made available to the public.
The Vince Lombardi trophy thats awarded to the
winning team is valued at over $25,000. It was made
by famous jewelry company Tiffany & Co.
No Super Bowl has ever gone into overtime.
The lowest scoring winner was the Miami Dolphins
in 1973, when it beat the Washington Redskins 14-7.
Three people have won the Super Bowl as both
player and coach: Mike Ditka, Tom Flores, and Tony
Dungy.
In 2007, Tony Dungy became the first Black coach
to win the Super Bowl. The Indianapolis Colts coach
competed against his friend and proteg Lovie
Smith, making them the first two Black coaches to
lead the game.
It takes about three weeks to dismantle and clean up
all the stages, tents and garbage left behind from the
game.

Fort Peck Summer Theatre


Sunday, February 28th 11am-1pm
At the GHS Auditorium

Present a short song & monologue!


406-228-9216 fptheatre@nemont.net www.fortpecktheatre.org

FOR SALE BY OWNER


On the north side. Very
nice remodeled and
completely updated one
bedroom, 1 bathroom
house. Detached large
garage, private deck with
nice yard and an iron
picket fence.
Price Reduced

Call 2634385

Fort Peck Fine Arts Council presents...


THE GLASS MENAGERIE
By Tennessee Williams
7:00 PM

Fri, Feb 26Cottonwood Inn $25

Light appetizers & decadent desserts incl.

Sat, Feb 27Soma Dis Deli $15

Beer/wine & menu items avail. for purchase.

Special performance by GHS Swing Choir!


406-228-9216 fptheatre@nemont.net www.fortpecktheatre.org

Custom Carpentry Roofing Repairs Windows Doors Kitchens Baths


Call Shawn Beard 230-1025

Email: beardhi@gmail.com Licensed & insured Free Estimates

2 bedroom one bath home


located in Glasgow, Montana
for sale. Home that would
make a nice rental or stater
home. Very nice property
that has 5 city lots with
mature trees and lawn.

GREAT RENTAL
FOR SALE

CALL JON at 263-2113 TODAY


www.hellandagencyinc.com

20-965

Asking only
$79,900

Open: Mon - Sat Closed: Sun

Saturday

Prime Rib
and Shrimp
$25.95

Fort Peck 526-3557

COME JOIN US FOR

SUPER
BOWL
50

All you can eat

Appetizer Bar 25
$

All you can drink

Draft Bud Light


4:30 pm till end of game

GLASGOW

SCHOOL MENU
MONDAY
Breakfast
Wrap-n-Roll Link Cheese Stick
Pear Milk
Lunch
Traveling Taco Corn
Pears Peanut Butter Bar
Choice of Fruit Milk

Fishermans Paradise
1.8 acres of deeded land along
Hwy. 243 across from Sleeping
Buffalo. 2560 sq. ft., 4 bedroom,
2 bath, 1991 double wide on a
1026 sq. ft. basement. Located
next to Nelson Reservoir. Call for
details or an appointment.
RZ Realty,
Rocky Zimdars broker 263-8352

Glasgow Rec Dept

TUMBLING
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FOR 3-5 S
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Class will be every


Tuesday & Thursday
2-2:45pm

Starts Feb. 16 - Ends March 10

Cost $25.00

Rattlesnake Experts

When it comes to catchin & cookin


rattlesnakes, the fellows on this page
know how its done.
Pictured above is Tim Newton, Smiley
Johnson and Leo Schakosky skinning
one of the creepy crawlers.
At left, Tim cleans the innards which,
surprisingly, is nearly all lungs.
Below, Bob Kemp and Tim take a
measurement of a rattlesnake skin,
right down to the buttons; 54 inches,
says the Craftsman tape measure.
Had the head still been attached, it
would have been closer to 56 inches
thats knocking on the door of a
five-foot diamondback!
If youve never eaten rattlesnake
before, take it from these guys, Its
very much like gnawing on a chicken
neck. Not much meat, but tasty!

Pick up registration at GRD, 319 3rd St. S


Registration deadline: February 12
Please dress accordingly:
T-shirts, shorts & socks

SPECIALS:
SATURDAY

Soup: Cooks Choice


Lunch: Mushroom Swiss
Burger
Dinner: T Bone

SUNDAY

Soup: Cooks Choice


Dinner: Pizza Burger
Dinner: Salisbury Steak

MONDAY

Soup: Split Pea


Lunch: Steak Philly
Dinner: Hamburger Steak

THE HANGAR

Hwy 2 East
228-8280

Kids
Fishing
Day
February 20th
9 am - Noon

Nice little line-up Saturday morning


Guests on the KLTZ Saturday Morning Sports Show
include Scotty senior Abbi Kolstad, North Country
Girls Coach Amber Erickson and Scotty junior wrestler
Kasey Seyfert along with the usuals, Scotty Coaches
Norm Braaten, Jon Kolstad and Jory Casterline.

A great show that fires up a little after 8:00, we can
hardly wait to see what Coach Braaten has to say to Stan
and Bruce tomorrow morning Coach Braaten would
make a great talk show host himself!
Both the Scotty girls and boys beat Nashua last
night, the girls victorious over the Porcupines 67-27 and
the boys with a 60-38 win. Tune into KLTZ tonight or,
better yet, head up to the Scotty Gymnasium to watch
the last home game of the regular season as Harlem
comes to the Bonnie City.

Tonights Scotty Senior Night

If theres one thing well miss about Abbi Kolstad when her
days of wearing a Scotty uniform are over, its that calm,
easy-going smile she always displays no matter what
sport shes competing in. Abbi is the lone senior on the
girls basketball team while three boys will be recognized:
Ethan Etchart, Chase Hughes and Zach Miller. Come
up and cheer the Scotties on in their last home game of
the regular season as they take on the Harlem Wildcats.
Boys varsity is at 6:30 followed by the varsity girls.