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9999 : EXP DAT17 MT HISTORICAL SOC 225 N ROBERTS HELENA MT 5960] POPLAR siiorri IS POST orriCr. MX C68 WHE 768-3153 POPLAR fWfT.VtA r12S5 SPEECH NEWS CHAMBER Of COMMERCE OFFICERS MIM CORDI R, I vi \ |( i s., 11 All \ I� I PRES. rOM CI Mi K, PR! iOII\s rON, Mill IUI \v. l> Mi \\ M I 1 , A HO\ M [I GROWING OLD ? I:\crtihing hints, and what doesn't hurt, dwMi'l work. You feel like tin nighl belore, arid you haven't an) where� Your little black book rnntatns onlt names ending in M.O. Vou get �mded play inj � I � �� - Your i hiMren , i ' 1 look midi |c aged. VOU decide to procrastinate but then nevei get around to it. >ou'r�' still i ha-.inn women, but an't remember why. Yotii mind makes contrai t-. your body <.i��'i meet, A <tr loping lam i t i iuv � in ......nttollable bladder urgi . Vou know ' � ..... YOU look tOIW.ll>' I .! 11 Hi - ru' g. Your favorite p.irt .t the newspaper is *'/*> year* ago today**. You sit in a io� king i hair and i .m'l gel il go ng, Your kn.vs txi> kit- .ir.<1 vom belt won't. You're 17 around ihe neck, around I he waist* and around the golf tour sr. You stop looking forward to your next birthday. Alter paintmj; tin- t w . i od, vou hove lo lake a long rest before apply ing tin sit and � oat. Dialing lot g �1ivt.mi �� wears you out. You remembei i la> 1 ii iterda* was youi wedding antn\� i lai\ You fust can'i it and pk thai are Intolerant, The best | u t r�f t< � cia> is over when your alarm clock goes Of t, Your b.t* k got 11 more than you do. the garage door go up when vou Ihe street is Your (>...�.i u �� watch .i pr�ti^ �..'i by, The little gray bain I lady you help ..� i vour wife, >ou get youi oxen i ' i' ting as pa 11 beat�i lor vour ttnr.it-, Who I'UCt i ISI'il. You sink vour teeth in a steak and they stay there. IVl't.i ompeted in the I airview Speci h and IV hato Tournament last week ei d, ihr team pi* ed t it st m the B dit ision and third overall behind Glendivc and lilasgow. ffhe win W.IS the litth out of seven tiHNn.i ment s in the Eastern Divis- lon. Bringing homo .i lust plate was i amille Beam Ian m oi iginal oratory, Billy loe �ilkc was .i finalist m the same event. In orai interp rotation, Val He. hi was Ird. Impromptu Jerry Richard, *�th Bob smith and i 'at i Arndt, tout th, Peter Ruffatto and Dan O'Brien, filth. Boy's I xtemp, Gai v O'Bi ion, t in .ilist. Lint oln-Douglas IV hate, liar in Crisp, fourth. Expository speaking* Randy leske, finalist. Mem o� ized PublM Nddress, Li/ Si hunt/, finalist. Mill North&utem Muntami Scholarship Puqt'ant Every young girl dreams of becoming Miss America. The mil who is se lei led to h.- the Miss N.E. Montana pageant queen �ould be the nest Miss Montana. Sow is the time to (let inV lor any voting woman in the north eastern atea who qualities. Annetta Larson, pageant direi lor, also announced thai the pageant w Ml be � ondui ted ihe Saturday night ot Man h 26, at ihe Sidney Iunior High Si hool Auditor nun. Application arid entry lorms and pageant etr . � an be ob tamed Irom Miss Notth I as tei ri Montana Pageant, he* '. t ulbel tsou. Ml. *92I8 01 phone 7S7 66*>1 .'t Entry Chair woman I ern llilhard, phone *S2 6*08 in Sidney. Tu qiKihtv, a young Woman must be between the ago-, of I 7 ami *� on I aboi l>ay IW2, must be a high si hool graduate in spi mj; of P'X * and nevei been mat I red. latent will be considered in the |u<lging atut e.e h i ontestanl should possess some quality ot talent either I r allieti ol poteri! ial. In div ussing the Ialeni quali te at ion, Mrs. Larson stressed tti.it the range is varied and thai nO young woman must necessarily be trained m any ftpei 11 n field. She pointed out thai many entrants in previous pageants ilid not realize they possessed .i quality ol talent until they I oiisidered entering the i orttest, She also pointed out that �Imoil every national Miss Srnei li a Pageant i -ind�* l*-d at AtlahtH I itv there have been state queens who have presented dr.itti-ati� readings or comedy monologues as their preseti! I out. on pagi' I I si l*v KII'TION RATI lu IK K V U i .s. |\>S1 \<A \\^V\ SR, Ml. l'I RMIT if* January 20, 1983 '�M U,, t , mc:;ta:;a ;:;.te :e:;ate i i ith r. No. I lad a husv week with Sub committee work and the sessions are taking longet as mot e bills al e coming out of committee, Me� ause ot the � ontrov el sal nature of some U bills intro du< ed the amount of mall I s ulihehev able. It pl oves to me that people are i om erri ed about what Ihe legtslat ni e is doing and thev ar e letting us i-fii>w. Tins report w ill explain IWO bills that will have an adverse effei l .m my Senate Disti n t and many other areas ot ihe Mate. \|\ introduced by Senator IMavloi k ol Laurel is the legislation that eltei ts aiiv si hool that has less than Viri high school student-.. Some SChOOh with less than 100 students would not he ette, t.-d he. ause ot the 20 mile limit but tins < ould i hange it in a lew yeat s some one in the legislature dot ided the isolation status should he � hanged to a gteatei distant e, lust to give von an example on how Shi* \ would etle� t the 7 si hOOls in Senate i V.l. So.I. I will list the s( hOOls and the present amount ol State .iid these s� hools lire receiving and the amount of loss w hll h would have to be t e Maionty Whip 1 ',*SI.*7.......... .1/JI7.�.8 Outlook: 107,W 1.1�7......... (*l,OI7.i�R I laHvillei 11^,WO. 10......... <*?,?0i�./s Bainvillei I I s.l 19,81.......... i*?,7(.?.7l 1 his for mula is hased on numbet ol students m the high s< hool. SB9d SPONSOR) D �\ s| S. REGAN I ROM BILLINGS, This legislation would re move the I S mill per in i ss ive lev V lot si hools and make the I *> nulls manda tot v w hi. h would then in I I ease the mandator v si hool equalization levy Irom '�'J nulls lo ss mills. Uns W OUld lin r � pr opet t\ tax on plat ed in lot al taxes. Med u me L akei $186,667.21..... i ulbei (som l'is.^HS.U....... Broi ktont I >2,797,�1...... I i oid: pi opet t V .. $ M,SVI//> . ?7,M*>.7X .. 16,21 >.l* � the property h\ 1 5 mills but those ( oun-t ies Ihal haVe a high pi op erty la� base ihal do noi use the full 11 nuli pei missive lev v W ili then � imi tr ihute lo the � ounties w itti a lowei tax base SB 94 will he beard in the Senato Tax- ation Committee on Friday iati. ? I at .x p.m. in i oom u i �.. SB k *>, the | du< ation * omm il tee Wlll ineet al 1 p.m. in room t*rt? also on )an*2l. I talked lo both < ommittee t hairmen and toid thern (hai both p|�M es ot legislation had alinosi the &ame affet t on the sa me areas so thev arranged the hearing lor the saine dav. I Urge evei vette who i ali to be at ttiese meetings and teslitv. sen. Ed, Smith IV.t. | 1 i I hi I IS \Si msTRi ss.....si I iliain ial distress is a < tttn n.on postholidav (oinplaint. ii vour savings are dwindling or you are deeper Hi debt, vou are not alone. Mativ people are repotting s>llip- toms ot this ailment. Almost halt of ihe respondents to a survev cnndtH ted last I.dt by a Midwest sur - vev research center said thev were worse otl tiiian - tally now than thev were | yeat ago...and almost three fourths agreed thai no mat tet how fjs| their Hit omes rose, they ' OUldn't seem to get ahead..*.you may not be saving as much .is vou woukl like, or vou mav be dipping deeper into vour savings, il any,,,OT vou ina> not he able to make required paV ments. There is no quii k and easy cures for financial distress. It is brought oti bv reduced income ot income that hasn't kept p.i< e w itl int Ial I""....or it t an result Iron, extraor dinar v hohdav expenditures tor gifts or entertainment, t nex(K*� tert medit al bills also are |re-r|uent * aUSe, A good ' ure I \l 'I NU I I < ould he to make more mone y m .but that's not al* ways possible. Working overtime of adding adftition.il earners in the t.iunlv luav not vield as min h uh orne as von expei t. laxes in.iv < ut deeply intO the extra earnings and vou rnav face added expense-, tor transportation, t lotlung, � hild I are anil other servi' es. 'Alien VOU DUS/, be sure Vou need the Mem and that something else will not do...and watt h those < redit ' aids. If V to find bargains, .hop around, making sure it really is a s.iv lllg before yOU buy. It you are deeply in debt, ' afetullv dei ide how mm h you realist |t ally ' an cxpe< t to pa) ha* k ear h month. His. U-.S the plan W itti VOUr creditors, ii you can11 make a pavment, (all them. Tlie worst thing is to ignore the creditors, Thev Will apprer late (he ' .ill of Visit arid ran usually ligure i way fo' a new repayment si be duet. Learn to simplify your life. You m.IV not need as mm I as vou thought vou dirt.
|Title||The Poplar Shopper 1983-01-20|
|Description||The Poplar Shopper.|
|Contributors||Historical Society of Montana. Microfilm Division.|
|Contributing Institution||Fort Peck Tribal Library|
|Geographic Coverage||Poplar (Mont.); Roosevelt County (Mont.)|
|Digital Collection||Fort Peck Reservation Newspapers|
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