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POPI.. I ff 9999 c�EXP DATE HT HISTORICAL SOC 223 M ROBERTS helena mt 596(3-. SHOPPKK M BSCRIPTKJN RATI SS.'jO l'I r � EAR post 3rr::r. :,ox Kl IK RATI i ,S. POM \u! POPI Mi. MT> im mur �i Jonuofv '3, W83 RECEIVE AWARDS NEW BUSINESS Tour tener at ioni gathered together to bring in the Ne� Yt by celebra ting the baptism of Brian Sdarn Hutzenbiler, %rt grandson ot Marcirci Pickett. The event took place on l.i i, 1981 at the home ol Mrs. Pit kett. Pit tu red above are: l.reat grandmother, Margare', grand- mother, Rita Nelson, mother, Brenda Hutzenbi , and lier son Brian. Montana Outdoors ocpflRTmenT of Fl/H, UJilDUH ond PftRK/ Helena. Montana 59601 Pish, Wildlife and Parks director Jim I lynn said todav that tlu- department's annual survey to deter nil ne the past season's big gome harvest uill be conducted by telephone again this year. If you hunted big game in Montana during 1912, you'll probably be getting a Call asking about your su� 1 ess. Flynn has asked !or hunter's cooperation. "The information lathered through the surveys is important in evaluating the past hunting season and >n designing man agement programs lot future \ears," he said. The survey will get underway about mid- lenuai v. t alls will be made beginning s:(**> p.m. Sunday thru Thursday* Since matt) households retire about 10:00 p.m.. there will be no calls alter 9:<t "> p.m. Ml responses Will be held in strut confident c. Prior to I9*| all surveys were conducted by mail, but the soaring cost 01 postage prompted a telephone survey system. Tlynn said that the benefits of the new system were even greater than expected. About $10,000 was saved the lust year, the survey was more a* curate and most hunters seemed to prefer it over the mail quest lonnaire. I.H.S. NEWS NON-INDIANS Lost HEALTH CARI I LICHMUI N President Reagan signed an appropr tat ions hill tut the Dept. ol Inter loi on Dec. 10, |s,h? whit h will eliminate Indian Health 1 are tot non-Indians spouses and dependent members ol Indian's household oi immediate family. This la* supersedes <>f overrules the previous ins. regu< latum that granted health fare to n on Indiati husbands* non (ud�.m wives and de pen dent non-Indian members ol an eligible Indian's household. Othei Ills N1 *s.............. The I limi al Direi lot ol the Fort Pe< k Indian Health Chnn has mutateti a pollt v thai states Minors �ili HOI he seen n, the Health * entef unless a parent or responsible aduli is present, eut ept in the �ase ol a life threatening or limb threatening emergent y, The Indian Hea Ith Ser \ i< e attempts to provide the commi mils with the hest possible meditai t .ire, we would appr�t late v>"ir < ooperetion. ni>. Hotel i or more infoi � mat ion on the above ims regulations see the advertisements on page 2 of this paper. WW \\ Hf \' TH SER\ U I I MPIOM I s Ulti IVI \� SRDS Tht ce I 011 Pei k Indian Health Nei V i� e i mployees received Length of Servii r Cert if it ates, Donna Snod grass, Nurse Practitioner, Charles Headdress, ("Viver and Maintenance Worker and Rav Redstone, eat h received awards tor ten year* ol ser vu e, Ray Redstone was hom m Glasgow and graduated from Fi a/et High Ni hool m 1970. He served tWO vears in the I . S Army and was stationed m Germany* Kav worked at the Glasgow An I ort c Rase bel ote Starting woik With the Pilbli. Health Ser v....... I'l.M. He Uses ? Voll Point with Sandra Lillev and their two daughters ivook and \\ dlow. Charles Headdress was born and i aised m Poplar. I le graduated from Poplar High s< hool m 1968. He te* eived an Assoliate Business Degree from Haskell "Jr. College in 1970. Atter two vears m the 1 .s. \t m v, whet *� he was stationed in Rerlm, Germany, Charles worked lot the I ort pei k Tribal Newspaper tot mue months, tn 147�* he w.s hired tn the Publit Health Service to work in the M It Program. He worked as m administrative t lerk from |97f> 10 \W* when he transferred to the |lr iver/Maintenante P�ept. ("fiarles lues in Poplar W Ith his w ile lone and theif son Roger, Donna Snodgrass has been .1 Nurse Practitionei with the Indian Health Service in Pop lar sim e I*i7*�. Stic was previously crnploved for II years with the Yellowstone National Park Ser\ne. Donna received net Bachelor Of S< lent e in Publit Health Nursing from the University of Minnesota in l**|, She ret eived her degree as a I amily Nurse Prai titionei trotti the Montana State ' . it fVo/eman in 1971. Donna won the tirst Or. IT) COS entry Award oi Obstetrit s in Ouluth, Minnesota while working witt> the St. Louis t nunty Health Dept. m \H7?. w h ile ser v mg * Ith the Nal tonal Park Ser v M P Ml \ ''II owstone, Donna was recog< m/ed lis 'tie WOman of the Val twice, once m |9*>9 and m Ie�??. she was i hrwen Montana state Nurse of the year in 197*. In 198*1 she received a Superior performance award I rom the Publn Heaitti Servii e. Donna re* i eived a i ertilicdte ol apprei tation by the Hoard oi Directors oi the National Indian Health hoard tn rerog-ruttori of her efforts to improve the health I are status of Atnenc ari Indi.ins m l**HI. Donna il a member ol the Poplar St hool Boatd� Her two daughters Christie and Dasm are students at Montana State U. m Ro/eman. w II 1 OPI N SAI v^N 1\ POPI Ali Sherry Sehlen -, a I **S I graduate of Poplar High Si hool reientlv completed training at the Sherdonn Institute ol I let trolvsis and Thermolvsis of rigard, Ore. she took, and passed tier Montana state Hoard exams if 1 Great Tails on Dei. �, Itti She is presenti) living at home with her parents LeVOfl and Holly Si hicn/ and plant on Opening an riet trolySIS salon m Poplar in the vet v near future. I le* trolvsis is a method of permanent hair removal. It is the only method app roved by the I ood and li ug Administration. sVith the use ol spci iali/ed equipment the etectrofogist inserts an almost nui rosi opn filament into the ha� loll it le opening. *\ ver v slight amount of i liciti it al heat frotn a tinv eleitrn current destroys the root, permanenti) ending further hair growth. The skin is not put� tur ed or harmed in any wav, and the entire procedure causes very little distomlort. Sherry's work as a skin < arc consultant fot Mary Kay ("os- metn produits prompted het de� ision to bet orne an I lei -trologist. "I met so many women who were troubled by unwanted hair problems and I 1 rallv w anted lo help them, i let troiy sr. has provided me with a was." Sherry WINTER CARNIVAL SP0RTS BOOSTERS Saturday and Suridav, I eh tuurv 19 ft ?'� are the dates set for the P.mlar \l Intel ( arnival. Plan to be on Mam Street Saturday lor the A** 1 at es, hay bale toss, pillow light on a lot;, tug ol war, sled r ai es 1 or kids, e'� . there will be slushbtirger Iced to keen sou warm. A ping pong tournament will be in progress at the Bank shot and an at m wrestling 1 ontest at the Hui - Horn, Don't miss the fun on Mam Street, Poplar, you may see some events that have riot been ant 11 ipatcd. The main event on Sunday, l rhruirv Wth, will be the Vin DeO events. \|so available tisr vour parti* t-nation anil observation Will be barrel rat es, pole bond trig, et'i' rate, drag rate, i ross country race and a delil ions f hill feed. \ on mas t ont.it t Mike Got del at tht s mtee tot any information vim rnieht SCHOLARSHIPS \M ASM' s st HOI \WsMlps I sT MM.ISHI D_A] 1 M r.rasmus Scholarships, r�stab hshed at the I riiv�*rsity nt Montana by a i*itt from an anonymous doner, will pro-Vide from Si,000 to S'�,000 to about 70 students annually, beginning with the I98S-4VJ ar ademit vear. The Scholarships .ire for lull-time students at the I'niver- sity, including incoming fresh- men, tr.instcr students and graduate students. The Popiai sp,,tts Boosters are accepting monetar) do* nations, eti.. tor the MhletH Banquets which will be held at the end ol the school year. Vie wdl he of iter iti); Hoostcr I... kets "ti a PRI PAIO BASIS A Npei lai ThanV ou to Mr. Das id Red I 1� his gen erosi t y m allowing us to hold our meetings at his establish ment, i"t the donatton ol the BMX-GT 1981 Rat mg Bike whH h we will raffle oil on Februai \ II, 1981 at the Pop lat VS sVoll Point boys basket-hull Catta, and lor his support and ein "it agertient in all our endeavors to promote Si hool Spir it. �\ Spet tal Thank > on to Wally Bastin "f tally's Grocer) Pu his support. He's poplar High Si hool Alumnus! Ife don't wear STOP V BOO su N POPI M/ INDIANS tu� ket s 101 nothing! Please < onta' t Arm O'hnen it vmi would like to ordet I Booster 'a< ket. we *iil be scihng Membership Cards� fVooStei Sweaters, arid order mg Booster lai kets al Ine neat meeting whi< h will be t eld at �I ' Vf !1 I OX ( Ol I II SMOPPI , I hurdav night at 7:10, lari. I I, 1981, Parents, leai tief-, Farn....... loin us for a cup �f coffee� Show y oui f lass and join the POPI \P SPOti Is BOOSTERS! I �ri loi r> Ir., Pres.. Sports Boosters Applicants must be ma fors m philosophy, ' ngiish, history, political science, foreign tan� lageS and literatures, or environmental studies ot inter* disciplinar) ma fors linked to these departments. Last students ma) also applv. t ont. pK. IO
|Title||The Poplar Shopper 1983-01-13|
|Contributors||Historical Society of Montana. Microfilm Division.|
|Geographic Coverage||Poplar (Mont.); Roosevelt County (Mont.)|
|Description||The Poplar Shopper.|
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POPI.. I ff
9999 c�EXP DATE HT HISTORICAL SOC 223 M ROBERTS helena mt 596(3-.
M BSCRIPTKJN RATI SS.'jO l'I r � EAR
post 3rr::r. :,ox
Kl IK RATI
i ,S. POM \u! POPI Mi. MT>
im mur �i
Jonuofv '3, W83
RECEIVE AWARDS NEW BUSINESS
Tour tener at ioni gathered together to bring in the Ne� Yt by celebra ting the baptism of Brian Sdarn Hutzenbiler, %rt
grandson ot Marcirci Pickett. The event took place on l.i
i, 1981 at the home ol Mrs. Pit kett.
Pit tu red above are: l.reat grandmother, Margare', grand-
mother, Rita Nelson, mother, Brenda Hutzenbi , and lier son Brian.
Fl/H, UJilDUH ond PftRK/ Helena. Montana 59601
Pish, Wildlife and Parks director Jim I lynn said todav that tlu- department's annual survey to deter nil ne the past
season's big gome harvest
uill be conducted by telephone again this year. If you hunted big game in Montana during 1912, you'll probably be getting a Call asking about your su� 1 ess. Flynn has asked !or hunter's
cooperation. "The information lathered through the surveys is important in evaluating the past hunting season and >n designing man agement programs lot future
\ears" he said.
The survey will get underway
about mid- lenuai v. t alls
will be made beginning s:(**>
p.m. Sunday thru Thursday* Since matt) households retire about 10:00 p.m.. there will be no calls alter 9:
|Digital Collection||Fort Peck Reservation Newspapers|