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9999 i � <EXP DATE MT HISTORICAL SOC 225 N ROBERTS HE I NA MT ^9801 POPLAR SHOPPHU SI us. Kiri ION RATI Ss.'// l'i K \ I \i>' 141 IK K \ I I I ,S, |V\1 \>,l PiH'l \l>'. M I. I'l I.'Mil ". Kbiuary 10, 1*83 A S C S NEWS ions < 'd grain ptngram has been � �u<<! h\ Pi,'si t.ti m op �( �I s Stgrtuu does take tinit �utiu \s< \ otfi lonth to cs at e * poi t ing 11 bu don*" Vondall & Chase HEAD for STATE David Vondall and Rh h Chase qualified tor the State Tour njnu-nt Lisi week end al Forsy th, Dave Vondall * �s divisional champ -it 117 lbs. and Rm h ("hast* was *i if .ii Heat y weight, "I was yet v pleased � ith the team*� overall effort. We lost a lot ol ( |o�e rji.it* lies m the round before the State platini; round. With nisi a little more expei lem e we < ou Id have <\im!\ taken 11 more people tv� State. I ttimk our young people cattio a long way this year. Several � oat hes i ommeuted thai should he .1 sir ong con fendei loi the Divisional ut Ir- next yeai. Brut i' Bauet wrestled well lor us .ill yeai and losl a < lose mati h that kept him Irotn pia� me, this war. Hi' has gone til State before ami I know il bnthei s him. His ret ord *or tins m.ir ended it |oh. IV m �� Was also oat team < aptam this veat. Oui t r cshiti.Hi 1 ins \ f h , -1 ! I improved l'i'� tosvaid ms; together, the) are a udente gl oup. Freshmen arc Darren Minori< l*S; Kevin (.use, 10*1 I mi Paulson, 167 iv >; Dean Osgood, I 15. The Sophomores tonti ibuted quite ,i f)it this yeai and man) were i onsistmi plat < W IflpVl s, I 14 Barr) Reede, I �7 Dew�*y Loegei ihr, l Ross ell Butshia, 1*1 Ieri) Iii. hard, Hwt. Lou IVtt t son. Ti�- Iunior* and S......its who ani hored oui team werei I \? Dave Vondall, I 18 Ted s tor kso:,. 167 Bi u< c Bower, Hwt. I' M h I 'hast*. Poplar ' an be pt oud ni >i * inning Team. GOOD ' i � K M STATI . BASKETBALL NEWS On I f ida\ undo, Ihr Indians lost a hard fought l'ami- to thr hands ot i mm h fallet Pair v lew squad 7<* (*'*. In I vor�. I los�. t�st half the Indians were down ?? I f� alter the JirM eight minute*. Dut h tv. Ine second quarter the Indians were aldi- to t onverf tout 1 an wi lurn overs into baskets to ouf si nre I m \ lem 18 il m the quarter, and leading V*. 11 at the half, Throtighouf the third eu irtet I airview Rot hot and Were ahle to go ahe.nl In 6� The lourth quartet brought i lot of fast breaking, bui the Ind lans pist gol whistled for fouls loo mi iin\ f�mes .is the \* ai I tor s s.ink / out Ol 11 tree throws in h �� the Vir tot �,. The Warriors went to the line v* times compared to tor Ihr Indians Poplar had *� tnote field goals hut ( ouion't tnat' ti the Warriors at the iree ihrim Ime, Poplar v ormi:: Steve Rosve-?;. Darryl Red I ngle if.. ! rmi) Steele S. Ket in Bih kles ?. Zane Rising Sun ?, I, D. Ferguson ?. Saturday the Poplat Indians wire on the toad again to Plenty*....... in f.M e ,i lough * Mdi .ii sou id, Mtei ,i de pressing loss the night before the Indians |usl < otildn't i'et i Ik king' H 111 time si ore read * * ?'> in favor of the �ltd) .its, 1 ith .� lot ol evei ythiug happening m the mm ond half, turnowr�� aikI missed shots the Indians lust i ouldn't dei rease the mot gin, falling behind ! I �I ter 1 flu.if ters. I he foijf tti QUartOf s,.w ,,. tlOO foi the entire Popl.it squad Ul tl most even terms, rhe final score read Plcntysvood-Poplai Poplat SCOrmg! Paiyl Wed Eagle I*, Steve Rmvi I ', Shane Moran II, Tommy Sfrele U, Chad Kirn Bills I erguMVi -?. Poplar pl.i\s Wall P.-mi ai home I nrt.iv. .md �* .'I be .it s� ones s iturda) V Ml U '�*'>'� Ul oil,,, .-i , ,ilt en-te.1 ihtotniaiion.il meeting on the 1981 wheal .mil feed gram program and the Pa) meni in Kind (PIK) program. The options ot PIK Stay out ot the program* . oni pletelv, signup loi the 2*1 Vverage Redui tton Program, \ \RP), signup Iffl the \RP and 10 to 10* PIK .m make ,i whole base bid under PIK. The most often asked quei non is, w hai - an I do with ;he designated PIK at res ' f he designateli Pik a< res must he .i. tes thut WOllId have been m wheal m the OS***- Tl ond nnnual Poni a Sno-Heo will cet iitir1er�a.i\ Saturday, 1 ehruary 19th with registration on main street ut I I p.m. Some ol the events * 'M be sled I i< es tor pre**< hool ' hildren A un and snowball throwing tor pre-M hnn| ihm *th grade, Men a women will lie urged to nun ttir *� person tug-ol w.a teams, hay hale tos*., pillow fintits from a log and ?X�V rates (1 persoli teams). \n interesting feature 1er the ladies will he ,i spike fin�, mg r on tetti > ou w mi have a ' banca to w .if m un at the Batik Shot In I nti-r I'lLI, tie PihR'Pofii* Tnurnament m mst oktarve the fleeter itv ol The ron-te-t,mts. There will he a (�-divisions arm pulling � on- lesi for the 110- If,'; |h. absein e ol the PIK program, Vk Ith this m mind a per sou shihild res iew wh.it lielrts wemld be in whr.it (ot , orn if interested in the torn grain sorghum program) in then determine if a portion Ol those .,, i ps should he taken out 4-* prodw t ion and put in PIK. rhe basii re qui rement s are thai these PIK teres uve * ind and watei et osiou i ontrolted as well is weed*>, tti*e< t s and rodents. No set of ex* l land uses have heen desigli- ?] ated lo ai < omplish tfllS pur-pose. I ,n II producer has the responsibility to keep tits M \h'i h I i is 1 |p i i\ m DATI TO SlCiNI P Wh DI I TO ol 1 li i U\ i ORDS M I n !M I.M OMPI I TI SIGNI P \t> SKiNI I' Ml ! I INi.s SRI l'I nj Ol ism' up VALFNTINES I OR V RSING HOMI RI SIDI N 1 S It tun would hke to give a 'oplat Nursing Moine Res idenl a Valentine y ou may leave them al the Poplar Nut sing Home, Moulds Drug or mail them to Box M, Poplar, MT 19211. i tirreni Residents at Nursing Home: fenny Bawden, t oretta Baker, VI infield � il son, Claude Eagle, 'essivi akan, Mei lin N elio� Ow I, ' ddy Bear, Roberi ! ell Hand Thunder, Oh ai Dahtberg, Mark I e. Ma Redd, Helen NJordwH k, Dorothea S. ott, I |H\ l .oedet t. t ht I I Granhois, Phillippina Mi * lammy, Phyllis Mr Gowan, Sarah l*eaddress, Sina Person, Mar) Voungman and \P�erta Kenned\. t lass and io. if/. 170 ISO and IRC A un. The W inter \por*s s' f for Slindav, I ehruul \ w ill he in Dia) if the Complev, noi th n| to the lu kpol Sno Deo m. l�de B irrel Rar in Bending, I gf Rar e A i ounirv* Pt i/es and w ill he awarded, M. SNOW MOBItl R IDI Mi sr W| SR HI I Ml If voi trophi TS' s this Siindav nut ins \ou wi" miss tieorge's t 'ni I red whu h is always i laVoTlte Of those who partake This Ml inter Festival is sponsored h\ the ( ! ham bet ol Commerce lor the enjoyment of all m the t ommuruTv and surrounding .uci. Mike Gor dei is the General Manager for this vear. s AMBASSADOR hi GH O'Wli II N Nv^l m l i \D| RSHIP SI MIN VR The Mont ma l..v< ees and lay. --ens.......rgam/atton � d ycnnig people, dedir ated to th.- ntea ot leadership training through community set VII <� in ' oo [ if t. 11 |,tn With Keith s, haul, p, mi m.d ot Poplat High s, hooi, have s.-le. ted IVie, Mark Ruffa I to t>� pal 11� (pate in this ve.il Hugh CVBi .en ^ outh I oundation International Leadership Seminar t OMipe tition, as an atnhassaclor It om P.'plat Higti S. hool. T f us i omni'tition was open to all hiph si ttool sophomores. The < r iter m t.'I se| e. i ton consisted ot evidence of i-met'-mi'. leidt'tship ahi lit \, . o,.pei ,t ton w ith I el low hum in beings and the de are t>' learn ahd share know ledjte and espei iem e with others. Peter Un�! ittO � ill attend the Montana i eadership Seminar on ,| V |f)th, l*'X< m Missoula with othei outstanding sophomores Irom ttirOUghnill Meuttlll. At this Montana I eldership Sen......f to be held on the 1 luveisiv* ot Montana '.a*. t�us ind hosted b) the Mont ana lay i ees, eue hoy and one mr I 4* i|| i�- ..,.|,., u->\ to pat 11. mate in the Inter national I radership Semmai to h�' field ttus siilitliii't m Orlando, I i'i tda. Pent is the the son nl Pete * \udre\ PuMutto of soutf Bror to-., \: i. ATTENTION NOT* I : l he Publii is ms ited to attend the ( liamhet id t nmmeri e meet mi' ne� ! tue-,., 1 eh. I 1th. Hot, M. Anally Will spe.it on the Mew ltlhll l.lStll e ( off,-. Tins should be an interesting and informative meeting. NOTICE n tnadverti m en m the st hool . a lender, we will hay- s. hool February ?'�Th. However, we will riot have si hool on Man h 'ith and Mat. I, I I th.
|Title||The Poplar Shopper 1983-02-10|
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|Geographic Coverage||Poplar (Mont.); Roosevelt County (Mont.)|
|Description||The Poplar Shopper.|
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|Digital Collection||Fort Peck Reservation Newspapers|