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999c m Hier- POP SHOe Bcfa SOC 60� POST 3fF!Cr DOX C63 PHT'f 7r3-^';37 n0P'�"1 iinTVW r3255 M INSCRIPTION R \ll Ss.'/. PI R "i I V*' PRI SOR1 i a. POSTAGE POPI \K. \l I. PERMIT �� January 77, 1983 CROWLEY MONTANA STATE CHAMPION CALF ROPER The c dii ropjng competition at the fourth .tii! mj Montana Pro Rodeo Charnpion-ship final1! has one ot the closest races of the seven events. Darryl ('row lev, the t urrent leader, plated consistently through.nit the 1982 season and his first win � ame in Tune a" the Chinook laycee Rodeo With an excellent run oi S.9. t'rowley also pit ked up the fourth pla< e � net k m the team roping, teaming with lack Witcher Ol Miles City, eriablllig l.row le* Io win the first ali �round title ol hi� professional i ar eer. Darryl's tastest tirne thus far was recorded at l hm-ook w hen he t ope<l I : � < alt in 8. i se� tinds. This is CrOWley't second appearara i at the Montana Pro Rodeo C'hanipionshi|i finals. He won 2 jeweled beli bu< kles and this he.mt itul saddle lot his efforts in the i nmp MEETING I he sei ���! meeting iti the series of four Pro �.�.lament meetings is si tn'O'.lrt: for Voll Point on Tuesday, February I, 1981 from 10 a.m. to 12 ��0� at the Western National hank and 0� Wednesday, Peb, 2 at the Culbertson School Multipurpose room from ? to p.m. This meeting program will be on Earm Management � Mark� ting. With low contiti oditv pr � es, high input rosts and government farm programs, it has be* ome m � reasinglv in.portant for farmari and ram hers to knOUi what it is COStlOg tO do business an how markets M'ji t tu world ci OnOtTiM la� toi s. Speakers at the session will be iirn JohmoOt Extension Service I arrn Management SpflCiallSl and Roger Ashley, Rooteveh County Extension Agent. Iith will be discifSS-itig |he basn s ol inarkeliiig. Meetings [�'Uiaining m the series will be Energy Management on I eh I 1 and 11> and CrODS and Ooppihg Systems on Feb* 22 and 21* I urthei information ot the meeting i .m be obtair.ed bv ionta<ting the Oountv Lu-tension ot I n e. ATTENTION INT] RJ SI RATES PROP.... Interest fates for loan pro grams of the Farmers Home \dnunislration dropped again on January |7, according to the agem \'s Montana State Director, An Lund ol Boze-man. It is the third sm h redUl lion sun e Ol t. I 982 by the agent v, which makes farm, home and other loans tO rural residents and communities who cannot get i red it from private lenders* Lund said interest rales for Kir it i operating loans, used To t inani e annual < osts ol produi tion, will drop from I 1.1 to 10.21 interest, (arm ownership rates will drop from 11�) to 10.75. Interest rates tor "limited resouri e" borrowers--those unable to allort the full interest rate-will drop from SO pert ent for operating loans to 7.21 pen ent. Limited tesouN e farm owner ship loans go from 1.75 to 1.2) pen ent. The interest rate tor a< tual loss loans due to natural disasters remain at 8 |>ef tent tor those farmers unable tii get ( redit from private lenders. Lor farmers who � an obtain disaster loans elsewhere hut choose to deal with the I mHA, the rate remains at I <*.21 percent. The interest rate for produc lion loans to farmers who need t inane ing above the at � tual loss and are unable to get credit elsewhere drops from I** percent to 11.1. The rale lor real estatt purposes remains at 13 per-< ent. Interest rates on long term loans lor soil and water conservation, grazing assoc idtions, irrigation and drainage and Indian land acquisition drop from 11.5 to 10,71 pen ent. In housing, interest rates tor single family homes drops from I 1.1 to 10.71 percent except for borrowers who c an afford rates c har-ged by the Department of Mousing and 1 rban Development. Their rates remain at 12 percent. Rural Mental Mousing rates go from 11.1 to 10.71 percent. POPLAR LOSES NOTICE RED (ROSS BLOOD DRAWING A BLOOD DRAWING WILL IM HELD Ti LSD Al, I Ih. i AT Ol R LADI ol I oi RDI.s PARISH BLDG. 1 ��� i P.M. �� t P.M. � i NITS Is THE GOAL*.. AND POPL AR i SES LOT i Ol 1UOOD...SO PL � A4 i OMI WD HELP Ol T. I r idav night saw the Indians square oft against (he Wolt (Vint Wolves. |n what was a tiiut h t loser game' than the final score tndi ' a ted, the �olves came out on top 69-1(7. The first quarter brought about a lot oi i new or ks as both teams were moving the ball up and down the floor qunklv, bringing about .i rather good storing and even quar ter with t he Wolves on top 18 1/. Mid wa\ through the sei ond quarter. Poplar was tut with foul trouble as the Indians had 1 starlers on the bench. Malt tirne si ore was a re t lei t ion ot this, w itti the Wolves ahead bv 8. 17-29. The third stanza, both learns were pressing wild a lull court 1-2-1, causing turnovers and rTHSSed shots, resulting m an even quarter w ith a s< ore ol 1- $7. Dut mg the I mal quar ter, the game looked like it was going to be a real nail-biter, but the Indians just could not get the ball to go throu gh the basket. W ith 1:1 I lelt, the si ore read: Wolf Point 1 and on two successive trips down Pop lar missed � lose range shots with Wolf Point scoring on the exchange, making an 1 I point margin with under 2t00 to go. From this point on the Wolves < onnei ted on 10 Iree throws to take the commanding lead and result in the final score ol A9-1.7. Scoring: Steele fi, Rowe U>, Rising Sun-2, Red Eagle-9, 1. Ferguson-**, Moran-10. II lOI H A VI N'T R| I I IVTD 1 Ol R SMOPPI R. i Uli � 1 Ol R MAILING I MM 1....IT PROBABLY I 4PIRI D. NOTICE Parent Teacher Conference Monday 6:00 to 9:00 Tuesday 3:45 to 6:00 High School & Middle School SEMINAR HEALTH ( ARE SEMINAR Approximately 20 people attended a seminar on heal th care planning � ondu� ted bv Ac ting Administrator, John Nordwirk, on Friday Ian. 21 at the Legion ( lub. Representatives from the Poplar Hospital, I.M.S.. Tribal Health and HEW Tnb.il ( OUtSCil comprised the group. Among the many problems discussed were: lack of corn-muni^ utilization o| our hospital; lark of i omnium-I ation between hospital, community and tribes; updating hospital equipment, tundmg, understaffed ambulance crew, physic ijn turnover, and need for a hospit al guild. Solutions and goal setting was disi ussed. It was dec i-ded additional meetings would be necessary to establish a consolidated eflort of accomplishing those goals. On Saturday. The Plenty -wood w ildc ats � ame to town, this being the 2nd conference game lor both teams and both teams standing at 0-1. The lirst quarter saw Plenty wood < ome out shooting and leading the W ltd* ats was St ot t O'ToolC with 12 1st quarter points, to put Plenty wood in the lead 20-1 7 at the end o! one period of play. W ith Plenty wood adding to this lead by is, they led at half 19- 10. Poplar . ame OUt at halt a tittle < old and saw the Wildcats lump out to a 11 *8 lead. After a time out bv the Indians, they quic kly regrouped as the) staged a rally ol their own t oming bat k to within *> at the end ol the quarter 5 * <*8. In the foul th and I ma I quarter the Indians )iist couldn't catih up and in the end it was up to the ( ats on I ree thr ow line, where they < onnei ted on lfj of 18 i Karit) tosses.... enough to put .iu.it the Indians. Final si or e,..Plenty WOOft 71, Poplar SS. Next action lor Poplar will he Friday at I'm le and Saturday Scobey visits the Indians. Si or ing is as follows! Steele-16j Kirn-6, Rowe-8, Red Eagle 1 I, !.D. Ferguson*2, Mor.in-ll, Ault-2. SPEECH NEWS SPI I I H � Ml BATI M *MS WIN DIVISIONALS............... The Poplar Speech and Debate team competed in the Divisional Tournament in GloSgOW, Sal. Ian 72. Pop lar was the I I.e.'. h A < Divisional Champions. The following people qualified for the State Tourna ment in Great I alls this week end, on I ri. and Sat.-Peter KullattO and Danny O'hrien Were the Divisional < bam OS tons in Debaie, hob Smith and < ari Arndt piar ed 'Uh in Debate. Pia� ing 2nd m Original Oratory was 1 attuile heaii' lair. In MP A, Zane Rising Sun placed 2nd . Jerry Richard placed <*th in Irnprornpty. in Boys Extempi tir � O'Brien placed )th, arid in �.iris I xternp, Lisa storkson also pia' ed Ith. Also competing in the tournament were Liz S� huutz, finalist n> MPA. Randy Tes-ke*ExpOSItOry� Darren Oisp-fmalist m Lincoln Douglas Debate. Patty To O'flrien-f Inalisi m (..iris Extemp. Ted Storkson, Impromptu. Anna Eder-f inahst in Oral lnterpret.it ion. Rouanne Beauclair and Valerie Hecht-Oral Interpretation. (I D, NOTE:) GOOD LI ( � IN CT. FALLS <.AN(.'
POST 3fF!Cr DOX C63 PHT'f 7r3-^';37 n0P'�"1 iinTVW r3255
M INSCRIPTION R \ll Ss.'/. PI R "i I V*'
i a. POSTAGE
POPI \K. \l I.
PERMIT �� January 77, 1983
CROWLEY MONTANA STATE CHAMPION CALF ROPER
The c dii ropjng competition
at the fourth .tii! mj Montana Pro Rodeo Charnpion-ship final1! has one ot the closest races of the seven events.
Darryl ('row lev, the t urrent leader, plated consistently through.nit the 1982 season and his first win � ame in Tune a" the Chinook laycee Rodeo With an excellent run oi S.9. t'rowley also pit ked up the fourth pla< e � net k m the team roping, teaming
with lack Witcher Ol Miles City, eriablllig l.row le* Io
win the first ali �round title ol hi� professional i ar eer.
Darryl's tastest tirne thus far was recorded at l hm-ook w hen he t ope
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