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Ltt rary �'�ont. .Isterica 1 Society l*lm*, 7 S9C01 POPLAR SHOPPnn OfhCAl ton,* u.s. pcs�ac* permit NC. 4 6.1c paid i yr. subscription $5.00 VC pl ar, montana may 1. 1975 POST OFFICE BOX 668 POPLAR, MONTANA 5925^ per copy isc HEIDEN SCORES 7 POINTS IN GLENDIVE SPRING FLOWER SHOP A commiftee from Girl Scouts is once again making plans for its spring flower shop. This year the Girl Scout Flower Shop will be located in the old Traders State Bank building . The Shop will open Sot., May IOth at 10 a .m. and close at 5 p.m. each day. The flower shop will hove a good selection of bedding plants, geraniums and mums for Mother's Day. This year there will also be hanging baskets planted in the bicentennial red, white and blue. Proceeds will be used to meet our obligation to the Treasure TraiIs CounciI, to support old and new troops and our special project of helping Julie HIeden and Mary Lee French with transportation to their Wider Opportunities locations. Julie will be traveling to Missouri and Mary Lee to Wyoming. PUPPET SHOW SUNDAY On Sunday, May 4th the Norwood Puppet Theatre of Denver, Colo, will entertain at the Poplar High School Auditorium at 7:30 p.m. The Poplar Chamber of Commerce and Agriculture are sponsoring this entertainment. The proceeds will go for the Montana Council of Boy Scours. Tickets are available from Chamber of Commerce & Agriculture members, Jim's Appliance & Recreation, Fort Peck Merc, Traders State Bank and Moe Chev, Admission price is: Students -$1.00 & Adults - SI.50. Last Saturday the Poplar Indians traveled to Glendive for the Elk's Invitational . They only scored nine points, bu� there were many personal bests for the young Indians. High point man for the meet was Craig Heiden scoring seven of the nine points collected by the Indians. Following Craig were Dave Nesbit placing fifth in the High Hurdles and Nick Cain placing fifth in the Pole Vault. Some of the boys, even though not placing, set some new personal marks as well as lettering. These are as follows: Tony Huso: Shot Put-46' 5 3 4", Manny Granbois-220 - 24.2, Richie Moe: 220-24.5 and 440 - 56.0, Wayne Boyd: Two- mite - 10:57.0, Don Eagleman: Mile-5:06 and Two-mile- 10:59, Jim Jaques: Pole Vault - I0'6". Boys placing in Meet: Craig Heiden: Long Jump -I9'7" 4th place, Triple Jump-42' 2 1/2" 2nd place, Dave Nesbit - High Hurdles -16.2 5th place, Nick Cain -Pole Vault - ll'6" 5th place . Next Track Meets: Thurs., Duel with Wolf Point. Saturday - Boys at Med. Lake, Jr. High and Frosh at Glen-dive, Girls Invitational at Pop\ar. AWARDS PRESENTED AT FINE ARTS FESTIVAL Poplar High School students receiving awards En the various departments are listed below. Music Dept. Superior ratings. Erik Moe - Trumpet Solo, Mary Fierich - Trombone Solo, LaWonna Wilson - Saxophone Solo, Kristine Moe - Clarinet Solo, Connie Johnson, Rich Moe, Wayne Boyd, Jay Cummins, and Jamie Ruffatto received Voca- Solo awards. Dennis McGowan acceptea the award for the Men's Ensemble - W'^yne Boyd, Richie Moe, Allen Lodmell, Joy Cummins, Dennis McGowan, Paul Reddies, Maury Johnston, Cliver Marson and Mike Gorder. Kathy Swank accepted the award for the W'omen's Sextet - Kathy Swank, Carol Swank Kathy Jones, LaVerne Granting, Jamie Ruffatto, and Doris Candee . The Outstanding Speech award went to the debate team of Oliver Marson and Bob Van Dover. LeAnn Nordwick received the Gitl's Outstanding Drama Award and Rich Moe was awarded the Boy s Outstanding Drama Award. STEWART NEW MAYOR OF POPLAR gordon stewart, right, officially received the reins of the city as mayor from former mayor bud hoff. the city council appointed stewart after receiving hcff's resignation. ELEVEN UNITS TO GO TO STATE MUSIC MEET Tft�fa� G>mu^ Cn April 18th and 19th, the High School Music Dept. attended the Dist. Music Festival in Glasgow. The students entered 18 solo and small ensemble events while the Band and Choir were entered in the large group category. In solo and ensemble events, the students received eleven superiors, five excellents, and two goods for tafings. Receiving superiors were Erik Moe - Trumpet Solo, Mary Frerich - Trombone Solo, LaWonna Wiljon-Saxaphone irolo, Kristine Moe-Clarinet Solo, Connie Johnson- Rich Moe, Wayne Boyd, Jay Cummins, Jamie Ruffatto-Vocal Solos, Men's ensemble and Women's Sextet . Receiving excellents were Maury Johnston -Trombone Solo, Torey Johnson-Clarinet Solo, Kathy Swank - Saxophone Soio, and Grace Pischt-e and Val Boyd-Vocol soIjs. The Swing Choir and Brass ensemble received ratings of good. The full band received and excellent and the full choir, a superior. This week on Tuesday evening the* solos and ensembles which received one (superior) rating will be performing at the Fine Arts Festival. Friday they will participate in the State Solo and Ensemble Festival held in Havre. The students hove worked hard throughout the year and have done exceedingly well through the District Festival . We are looking forward to State Competition . ATHLETIC BANQUET TUESDAY The annual Athletic Banquet will be held Tuesday, May 6th at the Legion Club. All boys and girls of the various athletic programs in the Poplar High School are honored at this banquet. Parents and interested persons are invited to attend the dinner honoring the Athletes. Tickets can be purchased from Chamber members, at the Legion Club or at the door. They arc S5 per ticket.
|Title||The Poplar Shopper 1975-05-01|
|Description||The Poplar Shopper.|
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|Contributors||Historical Society of Montana. Microfilm Division.|
|Contributing Institution||Fort Peck Tribal Library|
|Geographic Coverage||Poplar (Mont.); Roosevelt County (Mont.)|
|Digital Collection||Fort Peck Reservation Newspapers|
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|Digital Collection||Fort Peck Reservation Newspapers|