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T T UCII'ltUHtl miiiiiiiiHiiiniiinnnmniiniiiniin ,096� M ^�2� ...........: :: � ieHt�et!l!linN�HI(l!!!!t<! Vif�'-ilt POPLAR SHOPPER MAY II, 1989 POST OFFICE BOX 668 POPLAR, MONTANA 59255 PHONE: 768-3433 i�iiiiiiiHiiim�MiiiiiiiiumimiHmKiMHttiiitm U.S. POSTAGE PERMIT #4 NAES & Fort Peck Com. College Graduates lort Peck Community College and NAES College graduated the following students last Friday in the Poplar Cultural Center. Graduating with Honors from FPCC are: Bruce Nordwick, Kathy Buckles, and Joni Gund. Other Graduates include: John David Anderson, Sheila Belton, Cheryl Boushie, Lillie Cox, Adrian Fourstar, Jr., June Greybull Hawk, Ramona Jackson, Raymond Johnston, Sr., Phyllis Prairie Chief, Ruby Rasor, Abigail Reddoor, Nancy Steele, iilaine Summers, Eugene Tattoo and Morris Tattoo. NAES Graduates include: Aurelia Bets Medicine, Julie Christian, Maureen Dionne, Rick Jensen, Steve LiJIey and Delores Red Eagle. The Rains Came The Log Cabin Bar a victim of a leaky roof is typical of other business buildings and homes in the Poplar Area. There was not much need to fix a bad roof these past few years because of the lack of moisture. Roofing people and farmers are welcoming the recent rains. Stephanie Fund Raiser The Poplar Volunteer Firemen will be holding a Flea Market & Bake Sale on June IOth at the Poplar City Fireball. The purpose of this event is to raise funds to help the Stephanie Family with medical costs due to long term illness. Items lor the Flea Market can be donated by anyone wishing to help, by dropping them off at the City Office or Axelson, Inc. during business hours, or by contacting any volunteer I irrmcn during the week of May 26th. There will be someone at the Firehall on May 20th from 12:00 to 5:00 p.m. also for col lection of these items. Items to be donated for the Bake Sale can be dropped off at the City Office on June 9th, during business hours or at the Firehall between 6:00 - 9:00 p.m. on the 9th of June. Monetary donations will also be accepted on the 10th of June. All proceeds from this event will be donated to the Stephanie Family. Check your homes and garages for those items you may want to get rid of. It is a worthy cause. The FLEA MARKET & BAKE SALE will be on June I Oth from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. So Come On Out and Show your Support! MARY ROSE RAFFLE ADMINISTRATORS TO ADDRESS CHAMBER POST PROM NITE Peggy Sage, Poplar Community Hospital Administrator, Larry Burshia, IHS Administrator and Kenny Smoker, Tribal Committeeman will present the proposed architects drawings and explain kmi of Community Hospitals proposed addition at the Chamber of Commerce & Agriculture meeting Tuesday, May 16th at the Legion Club. The question and answer session will include ways and means of attracting medical personal to the Poplar Area. The public is invited to attend; dinner begins at 7:00 p.m. CALL FOR VOLUNTEER RIDERS Post-Prom Casino Night will be held at the American Legion Club following the Prom on Sat. May I 3th. We encourage all Poplar High School students to attend. Prom attendance is not required However no out of town guests except Prom dates will be admitted. The doors will open at 11:00 p.m. and close at 1:00 a.m. No one admitted there after. A fun ev- ening is planned. There will be Casino Games, Pizza and Prizes. We want to provide a fun evening and a safe one for a". Any parents willing .o donate their time for the night or help decorate. Contact Bill Parry or stop at the Legion to help out on Friday, May 19th at 7:00 p.m. Thank You, Post Prom committee. MARY ROSE BENEFIT RAFFLE TICKETS The Benefit Raffle drawing for Mary Rose will be at f:00 p.m.Tickets are available at all Poplar Merchants and organizations. For more information ask any merchant. The drawing will take place at the Mother's Hay Legion Dinner on May Kfth-Sunday. People selling tickets are please asked to turn in their stubs and money at the Poplar Legion Club by 1:00 p.m. Sunday-May 14th. Prizes being raffled for include: 1. Beef (Cut & Wrapped), donated by Ronnie Smith - Wolf Point. 2. .2(�3 Savage Rifle Model 110-K, donated by Beck's Sport-Bill Beck. 3. Ray Check-Bronze Eagle donated by George Budak. RotCOC White Eagle Painting donated by Tom Atkinson-T.J.'s. ). 10-Speed Columbia Bicycle donated by Wallys Grocery. CALL FOR VOLUNTEER RIDERS Bike-a-thon ( oordmator Debbie Long Hair loda) asked Poplar residents to join the St. lude Children's Rcsean h Hospital "Wheels For Lite" Bikc-a-thon slated lor \1a> 20th at the High School I icld. Pebble said this ride honors Brian, a leukemia patient at St. ."hide. "With cvei v turn ol the wheel, ridei s become 'spokes'-nien lor all the kids with I an� et, like Brian." Debbie- said, "This ride is a vital part ot the I ight against c hi-Idhood i an< er at St. lude. Riders are really needed. They make or break a Blkc-a-thofl." Riders Sign up sponsors who promise to make- a donation based on eai h mile < omplcted. All rid-ers tui ning in mone\ will roc eive a ( or til l< ate. Those who raise $2">. re< eive a certifie ate and a St. lude T-shirt. When $7*) is raised, the rider rei civ es a sport bag, a T-shirt and a certifie ate. Pi< k up sponsor tonus at Poplar Middle St hool. The general plan is to have a good time- while helping a wonderful group ol < hildren < otinling on our support. Contai t Debbie Long Hair at 768-3627 tor details on riding oi sponsoring a rider. TOP FISHERMAN William Black Dog-ll yr. old Fort Kipp Fisherman landed this I Of <k>z., 33} inch long Northern Pike, in the Missouri River near Blair last Sunday-Fishing is good! SURVEY TO BE CONDUCTED ATTENTION CITIZENS OF THE POPLAR COMMUNITY The Poplar Industrial Development Corporation is currently assessing its needs for community improvements. As part ot this process, we need your help to tell us what you think the Poplar community's biggest problems are and to help us find ways to make our community a better place to live. The most reliable and accurate method of conducting this HIT ve) is going door-to-door bv trained interviewers. An individual asks each question on the survey form. Vie would appreciate it if you can take the time to complete it so that it ran be returned to us. The more people that respond, the more the results Will accurately represent the views of all of our citizens. We are conducting this survey to learn more about the Poplar Community by giving the citizens a chance to say what they want for and troni the community. This sutvov will help the communitv leaders make difficult choices, set needed priorities, and design effective programs and protei ts. Thank you in advance for taking the time to help us. Poplar Industrial Development Corporation Eagle Ftathtrs Ohm A first at Fort Peck Community College and NAES Graduation Exercises last Friday was the Gift of Eagle Feathers to the graduating students. The male graduates each received an eagle feather and the female graduates an eagle plume. Eagle Feathers are given as a traditional and honorary symbol for deeds of bravery and skills. Ken Ryan, former Tribal Chairman and George Redstone, Chairman NAES lk�rd of Directors, Fort Peck Site present the honors.
|Title||The Poplar Shopper 1989-05-11|
|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|
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ieHt�et!l!linN�HI(l!!!!t 20th at the High School I icld. Pebble said this ride honors Brian, a leukemia patient at St. ."hide. "With cvei v turn ol the wheel, ridei s become 'spokes'-nien lor all the kids with I an� et, like Brian." Debbie- said, "This ride is a vital part ot the I ight against c hi-Idhood i an< er at St. lude. Riders are really needed. They make or
break a Blkc-a-thofl." Riders Sign up sponsors who promise to make- a donation based on eai h mile < omplcted. All rid-ers tui ning in mone\ will roc eive a ( or til l< ate. Those who raise $2">. re< eive a certifie ate and a St. lude T-shirt. When $7*) is raised, the rider rei civ es a sport bag, a T-shirt and a certifie ate. Pi< k up sponsor tonus at Poplar Middle St hool. The general plan is to have a good time- while helping a wonderful group ol < hildren < otinling on our support. Contai t Debbie Long Hair at 768-3627 tor details on riding oi sponsoring a rider.
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|Digital Collection||Fort Peck Reservation Newspapers|