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Library .�tont. HMoricol Soctoty POPLAR SHOPPER 'POST OFFICE BOX 66� PHONE 768-5433 POPLAR, MONTANA 59255 SUBSCRIPTION RATE $5.00 PER YEAR BULK PATE U.S. POSTAGE KRMM1 NO. 4 6.1c PAID PCPLAP, MONTANA DECEMBER II, 1975 COMMUNITY COMMITTEE SELECTED VARSITY TRAVELS Ballots for the 1976 community committee were opened and counted Thursday, Dec . 4, '75 at the county ASC Office, said Rogei Lee, chairman of the Roosevelt County Agricultural Stabilization and Conservation (ASC) committee . The following farmers will begin serving Jan. I, 1976 as the community committee: Dist. I - Jacob R . Heinrichs, Adolph Zerbe, Hairy Carlson, Peter G. Heinrichs, Herbert Rauch. Dist. 2 - Roger Ny-gaard, Kermit V. Smith, Jome^ Berry, Donald Heidner, Kenneth Heidner. Dist. 3- Carl E . Hansen, Edward J. Lindsay, Larry D. Hawbaker, Chris Brookman, Michael Handran . Dist. 4 - Harvey Katge, 2. Loren Houg, 3. Russell Zimmerman, 4. John B. Sten-sland, 5. David Matejovsky. Dist. 5 - Kenneth Sage, 2. Dugald J. Hagadone, 3. James Danielsen, 4, Marcy Dol-ezilek Knowlton, 5. Wilbur Lockman. Dist. 6 - Norman Jensen, 2. John Nesbit, 3. Alvin Schagunn, 4. Harry Swank, 5. John LaRoche . Dist. 7- I . James McAnally, 2. Harold Iverson, 3. Robert Clark, 4. Harry Mason, 5. Howard (Sol) Grainger . Dist. 8 - James Walikonis, 2. Allen Bummer, 3. Francis Hoffman, 4. Terry Nielsen, 5. Ctto Kaschube . Dist. 9-I . Donald Yoder, 2. Donald Dahlberg, 3, Pete Dethmon, 4. Marvin Suddheim, 5. Mer land Iverson. Dist. IO I. Duane Clson, 2. Duane Chtistoffersen, 3. John Millet, 4. Bennie Eschenbachei, 5. AI mont Hatvey .Dist. II - I . Glen Latsen, 2, Bruce Waldhousen, 3. Warren H. Rumsey, 4. Pete Hekkel, 5. Edwin Bertino. D'st � 12 -I. Raymond P. Martin, 2. Knud Knudsen, 3. Paul E . Alisch, 4. Viigel Petersen, 5. Edwin Hansen. Dist. 13 - I. Marlyti Vannatta, 2. Richard L. Smith, 3, Wayne Grimsrud, 4. Bryce Rome, 5 . Carter Harmon . Community Committee Positions I. Chairman, 2. Vice-Chair -man, 3. Regular fvWmber, 4 . 1st Alternate, 5 . 2nd Alternate. Roger Lee also announced that on Dec . 12, 1975 the community committee will meet at 10 a.m . at the ASC office at Culbertson to select one producer to serve on the county committee for 1976. Ralph Crisman's, Bainville, term will expire this year and he can not succeed himself so a new member must be elected. The community committee will also select the chairman, vice chairman and regular member to serve for 1976 plus 2 alternates to the county committee to serve for one year terms. LAKE SPEECH MEET Medicine Lake hosted its 2nd Speech and Drama Meet Sat. Dec. 6 This was the last meet until January 10 due to the long Cnristmas break . The most formidable of the district's competitors were present. The Poplar squad placed third overall in speech sweepstakes. Glendive placed first with a resounding 91 points! Lake placed 2nd with 43. Cur total was 31. Glendive will obviously be the team to beat at the district meet in Jan. We intend to! ! Results of the respective events Memorized Publ ic Address -Suzette Johnston, Finalist. This was Suzette's first time in MPA. E xpository Susie Lockman - Finalist Susie was in second place until finals when she was struck by a 'hort-lived illness. She's fine now and will be back in full force in January. Dorothy Schmitz also competed in expository. Irnpi omptu Karen Holen - 4th Paula Row - Finalist Karen and Paula's toughest competition is from Glendive. They have established their goal . Beat Dawson' ! ! Original Oratory Bonnie Thornton - 5th Carol Swank also competed in original oratory. Bonny and Carol are both working on revisions on their speeches before the Culbertson meet Jan. 10 CroJ Interpr�t�t Jon Mary Lee French - 1st Saturday was Mary's 1st competition with a new presentation . Girls' Extemporaneous Kris Moe - 2nd Delaine Keefer - 4th The most form�dalbe competitors for Kris and Delaine are also from Dawson County of Glendive . Cur girls are determined We shall overcome! The Poplar Indians face their toughest task of the young season, as they travel south to meet Livingston and southern powei Laurel on their respective home floors. Both teams sport 1-1 senion records, but were impressive in their early season debut. Defeats in both cases came from perennial basketball powers. Browning defeated Livingston and Miles City took a two point victory in Laurel . Laurel looks to be the stronger of the two with a host of returning letteimen along with the addition of Poplar's Dan Brown, and are considered by many as one of the teams given the best chance to unseat the Indians as they seek their third consecutive state crown. The Indians are off to a fast start in trying to maintain the excellence of the past two years,. Saturday they picked up their third consecutive victory as they took a relatively easy 64 to 43 victory from the Chinook Sugarbeeters. The Indians, off to a cold start as they missed their first six shots, came foaring back in the latter half of the first quarter behind the scoring of Gooch Kirn with eight and Tom Granbois with 5 to take a 15 to 6 quarter lead. Fiom that point on it was not a matter of whe but a matter of how much as the Indians extended their lead to as many as 25 into the third quarter. Again it was the tight Indian defense and aggressive board work that maae for the comfortable margin of victory . Eight Indians appeared in the scoring column paced by Albert Kim with 14 and Tom Granbois and Rusty Walking Eagle with 13. Cthers scoring were Jay Cummins with 9, K\anr.y Granbois 6, Mike Kirn 4, Don Granbois 3, and Nick Cain the usually high scoring forward with 2. Also seeing action but not scoiing werf Kelly McGowan and Tony Huso. The win left the Indians undefeated at 3-0, but they must have a fine effort this weekend if they wish to maintain that status . POPLAR BEATS PLENTYWOOD The Poplar motmen were twelve points down before the match even began Friday night against Plentywood, having to forfiet two of the contests. Nevertheless, the Indians fought back from the jaws of defeat and snatched their first victory of the season, narrowly upending Plentywood 31-30. "That's too close for comfort", said coach Sherrod after the match was over. "It's what you might call a "coronary pulsator' ". Going into the last match of the heavyweights. Poplar was behind 30-28. Mark Frederick hung on to his much heavier opponent and won a close 6-5 decision, for the team's one-point win. Also winning were: Dan Nees 6-5 dec . Carey Youpee 8-6 dec . Se e Schagunn pin . Tom Nordvick pin. Paul Reddles 13-2 maj. dec. Carl Foiling pin. This Friday another home match is scheduled against an undefeated Sidney team. Come out and support these young athletes. Match time is 6:30 p .m. FRESHMEN B. B. Debate Bob Van Dover & Oliver Marson - 5th. Cur next meet is Jan, 10 at Culbertson. The Poplar High School freshman basketball team is off to an even start - posting one win and one loss. On Nov. 29th, the freshmen travelled to Scobey and came home with a 60-44 win . Arlie Shields was leading scorer with 21 points. J. D. Wilson and Wally Cain helped the freshman cause with 13 and II points respectively. Last Saturday the freshmen lost to Williston, 30-49. Arlie Shields again led the scoring with ten points against the bigger Williston team. Team members include Jim Buckles, Wally Cain, Adrian Four Star, John Fredericks, Larry Rowe, Tony Schmitz, Arlie Shields, Paul Smith, J. D. Wilson and Lome Yell ow Hawk. This week the freshmen see action again;t Lustre on Tues. night, and Williston on Sat. GAMES BROADCAST DEC. 12 - Poplar at Livingston DEC. 13 - Poplar at Laurel. TURN YCUR RADIC TC STATION K C G M - fm, Scobey and hear the basketball games- live from Livingston and Laurel, Dec. 12 - 13. SANTA IS COMING UE HAVE BEEN INFORMED BY CUR CORRESPONDENT AT THE NORTH POLE THAT SANTA CLAUS WILL BE IN POPLAR, MONTANA CN DECEMBER 20TH. CHECK THIS PAPER NEXT WEEK FOR DATE AND PLACE OF ARRIVAL.
|Title||The Poplar Shopper 1975-12-11|
|Contributors||Historical Society of Montana. Microfilm Division.|
|Geographic Coverage||Poplar (Mont.); Roosevelt County (Mont.)|
|Description||The Poplar Shopper.|
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|Digital Collection||Fort Peck Reservation Newspapers|
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