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IUI WW m �11 rrmnmi m it iw wrrr. �� n roberts helena, �� 596�! >�>>iiw�>riMr>it>Trrr>i��>>r*ii�tt>tirii��>iiWT>wnnnjiTnj>itiii�ii>?riit�, POPLAR SHOPPER September 17, 1987 . POST OFFICE BOX 668 POPLAR, M""TANA 59255 PHONE: 768-3433 $8.00 PE� YEA* 35 1miiiiiTi>iiniunimn'iinr�iiin>" BULK RATE U.S. POSTAGE PERMIT �4 <wjww*wwwjwwwjw<HrWJWWWWww ���������������>� ���� www* iHiimiiiiimiiiii'iT i � < < rrre EXCHANGE STUDENTS AT POPLAR HIGH SCHOOL Dan Gavelin is here with us from Sweden. The poo-ulation of the city where he lives is about 12,000 and it's situated about 16 miles from Stockholm, the capital of Sweden. Dan is a exchange student and will be with us for about 10 months. The reason that he decided to be here with us is so he could learn our language and learn about our customs and our way of life. The is staying with the Gembolis's and so far has really enjoyed Poplar. It's .natives and it's high sch-~ "DOT? "Dan hopes this year will be a good year for him. Sascha Brand is a exchange student from West Germany. He is 17 years old and his hometown is much bigger than Poplar. He says it has 70,000 inhabitants and is called Celle. Celle is in the north of Lemany, about 120 miles south of Hamburg. He has two older brothers and one is 21 years old, and the other is named Cook and he is 22 years old, Cook works as a car mechanic. Sascha is staying with the Gilbertson Family, in the east of Poplar. He eajoy-. ed his first month here and is looking forward to the next nine months. He hopes to have a nice time and meet a lot of people. NA TIVE AMERICAN DA Y NATIVE AMERICAN DAY POW_WOW Poplar High School Wambdi-ota Indian Club will be sponsoring a pow-wow Friday, Sept. 25th in the High School Gymnasium. Grand Entry will be at 1:00 p.m. All community dancers are invited to join in the act-tivitys. This year the club will also have a kahomni Dance with prize money being awarded to the top three dancers. Ian Mikkelborg is from Norway and lives a few miles outside of a town ' called Harstad in the norther part of Norway. The main reason why he came to the U.S.A. is so he could learn how to speak and use the english language better. He wanted to meet new people and learn about their way of living. Ian is expecting to experience one of the most wonderful years in his life and said that all the people here in Poplar nave been so kind. POPLAR TO HOST BOXING TOURNEY The 1988 North American Indian Championship Boxing Tournament will be held in Poplar, Montana, tentatively in April or May of 1988. The prestigious Tournament will host teams from all over the United States and Canada. The time and place will be announced at a later date. Boxing will begin Monday, Sept. Affi FORCE SEEKS ROTC APPLICANTS ROTC APPLICANTS Air Force recruiters re-cently stepped into a new role. At the beginning of the 1987 school year, they will accept applicants for four-year Air Force Reserve Officer Training Corps (AFROTC) scholarships. Students returning to high school for their senior year who qualify may apply. Most scholarships pay full tuition and the majority of Laboratory, textbook and incidental fees, plus a $100. monthly nontaxable allowance during the school year. Those not selected to receive a scholarship but who want to continue their college education in a AFROTC program will be reterred to the AFROTC program detachment of their choice. "Air Force recruiters already work routinely in the high school," said Lt. Colonel William J. Strickland, commander. 3568th united States Air Force Recruiting Squadron, Fort Douglas, Utah. "Their availability should greatly enhance the success of the scholarship program and nonscholar-ship referrals, and enhance t** students' ability to learn more about Air Force opportunities. Area AFROTC admissions counselors (ADCOs) and USAF Academy admissions liaison officers (ALOs) will also continue to accept applications and make referrals. 21, 1987, at 5:00 p.m. at the PSA Building. For more information contact the coaches Jerry Alfrey and Alex Trottier. Chef Jim Bravard Prepares Main Course Chef Jim Bravard tends his choice Roast Pork at the Annual Chamber Picinic Sunday. A large crowd was in attendance. * Girl Scouts Register Poplar Girl Scouts and Cub Scouts will be registering for this year's program on Tuesday, Sept 22, at 6:30 p.m. in the Middle School foyer. Your daughter should be bringing home a registration form and note from school this week. If you need any additional information or a registration form please call Sheryl Kohl, 448-2276, after 5p.m. Hope to see you and your daughter on Tuesday evening. �||��Ĺ< I Date Hi Lo Pre 9/8 75 35 9/9-' 77 36 9/10 65 43 9/11 64 38 9/12 73 36 9/13 87 42 0 0 0 .11 � 0 9/14 85 44 0 Annual Pinic Draws Large Crowd The Poplar Chamber of Commerce 8th Annual "Old Fashion Picnic" has to go down in the record book as a great day. Several hundred hungry people devoured over 300 lbs. of Chef Jim Bravard speciality roast pork and sauce. The other goodies, salads, cookies, cakes and you name it were furnished by the patrons. Bob Reid, his wife Chris and Commissioner Alfred Kascnube supplied some good music, corny Jokes and other entertainment. Tim Trottier gave some fine vocal renditions. The Chambers thanks all who donated time, labor and equipment, too many to mention-it Just couldn't happen with out you. Thank You one and all! I -J YMCA FITNESS CENTER OPENS The Poplar YMCA Fitness Centers Grand Opening was a wheeling success. Several hundred youngster spent an enjoyable evening on skates, on the floor and hanging onto the support railings. You are welcome to come and join in. The management thanks all the volunteer help and a special thanks to Jim Spencer for his generous monetary donation to the prize fund. The volunteers in the picture are; L to R Jim, Spencer, John Oliver, Mary Soholt, Joanetta Snell, Jimmy John Chase, John McClammy and his friend, Autumn White, Robert Garfield, 2nd Row, Michael Happa, Tony Wallowing Bull, Faron Happa, Alan Foos, Vermae Smith, Yvonne Oliver and Doremis Eagle Boy. SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 27th CHILDREN UNDER 6 $1.00 6-12 $3.00 12-ADULT $6.00 SWING FROM 12 NOON-3 P.M. SEATING AND SERVICE WILL BE BY NUMBER TO AVOID WAITING IN LINE. TV ENTERTAINMENT AVAILABLE FOR THOSE WAITING. TURKEY HAM & All The Trimmings SALAD BAR HOMEMADE PIE OUR LADY OF LOURDES PARISH CENTER
|Title||The Poplar Shopper 1987-09-17|
|Contributors||Historical Society of Montana. Microfilm Division.|
|Geographic Coverage||Poplar (Mont.); Roosevelt County (Mont.)|
|Description||The Poplar Shopper.|
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|Contributing Institution||Fort Peck Tribal Library|
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|Digital Collection||Fort Peck Reservation Newspapers|
IUI WW m �11 rrmnmi m it iw wrrr.
�� n roberts helena, �� 596�!
September 17, 1987 .
POST OFFICE BOX 668 POPLAR, M""TANA 59255 PHONE: 768-3433 $8.00 PE� YEA*
U.S. POSTAGE PERMIT �4
|Digital Collection||Fort Peck Reservation Newspapers|