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August 5, 2014 (Tuesday)
August 5, 2014 (Tuesday)
August 5, 2014 (Tuesday)
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    BUZZ

    THANK YOU TO KLTZ & FORT PECK MARINAfor sponsoring the GasGuzzler Give-Away. So excited to win! - BONNIE KEMP

    BUZZ

    FREE TO A GOOD HOME:Cockatiel w/cage & food. CALL 526-3591.

    BUZZ

    HELP WANTED:Soma Dis Deli is looking for part-time, after school helpMon-Fri 4pm-7pm, Sat 10am-4pm. APPLY IN PERSON AFTER 2PM.

    BUZZ

    HELP WANTED:Bussers & servers needed. Varied shifts & days. $8/hourplus tips. PICK UP APPLICATION AT COTTONWOOD INN FRONT DESK.

    BUZZ

    HELP WANTED:Campbell Lodge is looking for an energetic person towork full time. Starting at $9/hr, 40 hrs/week. CALL 228-9328.

    BUZZ

    JOB OPENINGS AT PRAIRIE RIDGE: Full-time Resident Care Aide, day& night shift open, shift hours may vary. Wages are negotiable & benets

    are offered. FOR APPLICATION OR MORE INFORMATION STOP IN &SEE AMBER AT PRAIRIE RIDGE 521 4TH AVE S.

    BUZZ

    BUZZIFIEDS

    AFTER SCHOOL HELP WANTED@ The Fashionette. PWould work weekdays after school & most Saturdays. Rexibility. Pay depends on experience. Open until lled. Wi

    August 7th, 2014. Applications available at Fashionett

    TURN IN COMPLETED APPLICATIONS TO FASHION

    BUZZ

    OPERATING ROOM SURGICAL TECHNICIAN OPENIN

    during surgical and non-surgical procedures. Preparing

    cleaning equipment and instruments utilized during proce

    from a Surgical Tech Program and/or one year surgical techn

    preferred, but willing to train. PLEASE COMPLETE AN A

    FMDH.ORG OR CONTACT CHARAM ORTH AT 228-36

    BUZZHELP WANTED:The Hangar is looking for Cooks & WJERRY AT THE HANGAR 228-8280.

    BUZZ

    RENTALS NEEDED: The Glasgow School District is seunits for in-coming teachers that have been unable to

    PLEASE CONTACT THE SCHOOL ADMINISTRATION

    2406 IF YOU HAVE, OR KNOW OF, ANY AVAILABLE

    BUZZ

    FOR RENT IN NASHUA: Very nice 1 bedroom aparfurnished. No smokers or pets. $550/mo., includes heat, w

    406-632-5725.

    BUZZ

    FOR RENT IN ST. MARIE:4-bedroom, 1 1/2 bath. CALBUZZ

    FOR RENT & SALE IN ST. MARIE: 3 Bedroom, 1.5 524-3742.

    BUZZHOUSE BID - SOLDAS IS:1201 2nd Ave S. (Lots 1Millers 1st Addition to City of Glasgow). Older 2 story ho

    dining, bath & utility room. Full unnished basement. Ap

    main oor. Payment in full within 60 days after closing of

    09/15/14. BIDS TO BE MARKED HOUSE BID AND S

    MARVIN JOHNSON, P.O. BOX 373, FT. PECK, MT 59223

    526-3633 OR LINDA 228-2030.

    BUZZ

    FOR SALE:4 drawer sewing machine electric cabinet. $2987.

    BUZZ

    FOR SALE:English Black Retriever, female, 1 year old. kennel trained & house broken. Great with little kids. CA

    BUZZ

    FOR SALE:Oak trundle bed. CALL 228-9229.BUZZ

    FOR SALE:A German Shepherd/Hound Mix, male, 18 mtrained, house broken, all immunizations. Loves to retrieve

    kids, gets along well with other dogs. Leaving for colleg

    him with me. CALL 228-2987.BUZZ

    FOR SALE:1998 Buick Park Avenue Ultra. Excellent comfortable, dependable, non-smoking. All the bells & w

    miles, 24-30 mpg (depending on driving conditions). $3

    832-3866 OR 406-228-4692.

    Final Dayof Feelthe Beat

    Tonight: Showers and thunderstorms likely, mainlybefore 7pm. Cloudy, then gradually becoming partly

    cloudy, with a low around 58. East southeast wind 9 to13 mph. Chance of precipitation is 70%.

    Wednesday: A 20 percent chance of showers andthunderstorms. Mostly sunny, with a high near 82.Southeast wind 9 to 11 mph.

    Wednesday Night: A 20 percent chance of showersand thunderstorms before 7pm. Mostly clear, with a low

    around 58. Southeast wind 8 to 11 mph.

    Thursday:Sunny, with a high near 86. South southeast

    wind 7 to 9 mph.

    Thursday Night: A slight chance of showers andthunderstorms between 7pm and 1am. Partly cloudy,with a low around 60. Southeast wind around 9 mph.Chance of precipitation is 20%.

    Friday:A slight chance of showers and thunderstormsbetween 7am and 1pm. Mostly sunny, with a high

    near 90. East southeast wind 7 to 9 mph. Chance ofprecipitation is 10%.

    Friday Night:Partly cloudy, with a low around 61.

    Saturday:Mostly sunny, with a high near 90.

    Saturday Night: Partly cloudy, with a low around 61.

    Sunday:Sunny, with a high near 88.

    Sunday Night:Mostly clear, with a low around 59.

    Monday:Sunny, with a high near 89.

    84 Min.

    4:00 - 7:00 - 9:00PM

    DAILY CINEMAS: 4:00 & 4:10 PM - $5.75/PERSONFREE TREAT TUESDAY!Free popcorn with every paid admission at 7pm & 9pm showings

    AUGUST 1- 7SHOWINGS

    228-9239www.polsontheatres.com

    Rated PG-13

    4:10 - 7:15 - 9:20PM99 Min.

    HELD

    OVER

    Rated PG: for action and some peril

    126 Min.

    Letter to the BuzzPlease respect the dead & their families

    I have been ollowing the discussion o thecemetery issue regarding monuments in the news butI have never heard what they intend to do about aproblem with flat stones. And yes they can be a large

    problem.I understand that or maintenance purposes on

    the part o those who care or our Highland Cemeteryit may make their job easier. But as nice as it is to mowright over the sites o these graves there is debris lef

    behind by the mowing----grass clippings and then dirtblows in and the rain and snow will plaster them rightto the stone. We have been burying amily members---20 +---up there or over 60 years. When we go to care orthose sites on Memorial Days we spend a lot o timecleaning and clearing some o the flat stones involved.Tere are some really sad looking grave sites in someareas where there is no longer any amily to do this orthem. Probably the saddest o these is in what they callthe Childrens Section because there are many inantsand children plus some adults buried there. Some are

    older graves. When those flat little stones are put in they havea tendency to sink as the ground settles. Eventually

    the sod begins to grow over them and will eventuallybury the stone along with the occupant o the grave.We have cut the sod back on a ew in an area wherewe have amily members buried. My guess is thatprobably some o those oldest stones are now buriedin the ground and finding that site would be almostimpossible. And yes, people do sometimes come backespecially i they are doing amily research. It is notusually a parent that comes back but probably a brotheror sister who is now a middle aged adult. I wonder i the Cemetery Committee has been upthere and checked on this problem, are they aware othe problem and how do they plan to address it. I anyo you want to look then go check with Danny Miller

    who does a wonderul job o maintaining our cemetery

    and he will tell the particular area I am reerring to.And I know as with most public entities the bottom

    line is always money. Never enough to do everyth ingpeople would like to have done. However I do thinkshowing respect or these sites and the character thatthe monuments can bring to the Cemetery needs to bekept in mind also. ~ Doris Franzen

    This 1920 +/- sq. ft. home has been newly remodeled withnew kitchen cabinets, granite countertops, stainless steel

    painted inside and out. 2 bedrooms, 2 baths, 2 sleepingrooms and a large open dining room, kitchen, and livingroom. Large windows add a lot of natural light in this

    home. Oversized double car garage with new driveway andfenced yard make this home truly Move in Ready!

    Asking $239,000Offered by:Karen Waarvik, Broker/Owner

    (406) 228-2525 -www.redfoxxrealestate.com

    #225

    NEWLY REMODELED HOME ON NORTH SIDE!

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    Te N.E. MontanaRelay or Lie is teamingup with the Demo Derbyonce again, so put onyour pink and come join

    them tonight or theDare to Wear Pink DemoDerby! All Breast CancerSurvivors that want toride the track on a seated,covered trailer, as they payhonor to each one o you,are to meet Lisa Neueldby the grandstand area/4-H tables to receive yourpink relay or lie shirtat 6:30 p.m. You will begoing around the track inbetween the Calcutta at6:45-7:00 p.m. Again welook orward to seeing ourcommunity sport their

    pink in honor o thesebrave Survivors who haveor had Breast Cancer!

    Tuff Enuff

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    Caringfor Our Community Since1911

    Registration starts at 5pm

    at FMDH Discharge EntranceRace Starts at 5:30pm

    BBQ to follow for Participants

    3rdAnnual

    Wednesday, August 13th

    1 mile Walk5K Run/Walk

    10 Mile Bike Ride

    Sr. Citizen Menu

    Call for reservation by 10 AM228-9500

    WEDNESDAY

    Cooks Choice

    ST MARIE HAPPENINGSLADIES BUNKO-The game was cancelled for this month.

    LADIES DOMINOS- JAZ, JoAnn Zaborowski won the 1st game andElusive Elinor Lindsay was the victor in the 2nd. These girls match witsand move those little dotted widgets around the table with skill!

    GENTLEMENS CLUB- It was again Lord Byron (Lindsay), the grandwinner of the games. Walter Watts served up a couple of deluxe pizzasand Chiechi contributed the an-ja-vees (anchovies).

    GARDENING-The heat finally came and all the gardens went crazy. Nowits time to harvest what youve got before they get tough and rip out thosethat have gone to seed, and save the seeds. If we re-plant fast growingveggies we should get a 2nd crop before cold hits.

    SHOOTIST-Results of the All Comers shoot down