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Chet Shore. VET & Pioneer Mem. Bldg. Helena, Mont. 5960 PHONE 768-3433 POPLAR, MONTANA BULK RATE U.S. POSTAGE 3.8¢ PAID POPLAR, MONTANA Permit No. 4 MAY 7, 1970 POST OFFICE BOX 1028 59255 FARM TIRE SERVICE TRUCK This is the newly purchased \FARM TIRE SERVICE TRUCK\ of the Poplar Farmers Union Oil Dept. They are now ready to service all tires on your farm or wherever it may be. The truck is equipped with 110 volt generator, air compresor and chloride pump and tank. For 24 hour service Phone 768-3251 or 3763. Pictured above is Bud Bloom operator of the truck and Allen Evenson manager of the Farmers Union. CLEAN UP WEEK MAY 11-16 During this week only, trash that is placed in alleys, next to garboge cans will be picked up by the clean- up crews. If at all possible loose trash should be placed in loadable containers (boxes- cans- etc.). This clean-up is a combined effort of the City, Ft. Peck Tribes, BIA, P.H.S., and homeowners. Everyone should make a con- certed effort to make this clean-up a big success. If you have an old car that you want moved during this period you may call 768- 3491. Remember the dotes, May Il through May 16. AGENCY CLOSED ON 12TH The Bureau of Indians Aff- airs Office at Poplar, Mont. will be closed for the day, May 12, 1970 to participote in the Annual Coordinated City-Bureau Clean-up Campaign. LOCKMAN RECEIVES SHOP AWARD Emerainay causa oi ail be handled in the same Don Lockman of the Senior Class, received the Industriol Arts Award for the 1960-70 school year. As in the post, Grogan Robinson Lumber Company presents the Annual Ind- ustrial Arts Award. This Award is given to the top Indust- rial Arts student each yeor. The student is judged on Scho- lastic ability, Future occupation, leadership, Craftsmanship, Care and Use of equipment, Safety habits, Self initiative, and improvement throughout the school year. The Award is a Tool Chest, which contains most of the basic hand tools. The recipient of the Award in the past years were Jerry Hines 1966, John Marottek 1967, Lorry McAnally 1968, Dave Hines 1969, and this year is Don Lockman, son of Mr. & Mrs. Curly Lockman of north Poplar. ‘The clock shown here is a sample of Don's craftsmanship, approximately 250 hours are involved. manner as in the past Clean-up Campaign. DIST. B TRACK MEET The District | B Track meet will be held in Poplar, May 8, starting at 9:00 a.m. with the pole vault and javelin. The high jump and discud start at 12:45 p.m. Teams participating ore Plentywood, Scobey, Circle, Medicine Lake and Poplar. SEMINAR SCHOLARSHIP GOES 10 baad The American Legion Aux- iliory, Dept. of Montana, is happy to announce the recipient of this year's scholarship award to Free- dom Seminar, Valley, Forge, Penn. He is Mr. Karl Kanning of Poplar. Mr. Kanning is currently teaching High School Social Studies at Poplar. He holds a major in the Social Science Field, and is a veteran of Viet Nam. having served their from Dec. 1967 to Feb. 1969. Each yeor this award goes to a Montana teacher who holds a Social Science major. The Seminar will be held July 6-24, 1970. It is a three semester hours graduate level course in “Preservation of the Prin- ciples of Freedom\ taught by a team of very informed individuals. It provides participants with (3) units of graduate credit. The Roosevelt County Trons- portation Committee will meet in the courtroom of the Roos- evelt County Courthouse on Wednesday, May !3 at 2:00 p.m. to set bus routes for the school districts in the The objective of the semi- nars is to focus attention on the fundamental freedom on which our American way of life is based and the attacks, both internal and external, which are beign made on these freedoms. This announcement was made by Mrs. Sam Bradley, Dept. of Montana Americanism Chm., American Legion Auxiliary, Judith Gap, Montane. TRANSPORTATION COMMITTEE MEETING county. The purpose of this meeting is to establish bus routes and make changes that will de- termine the routes for the coming school yeor 1970-71. This meeting is open to the public. OUTSTANDING ATHLETIC AWARDS Poplar High School's athletes were honored last Tuesday evening at the Annual Lions sponsored Athletic Banquet. Pictured above are the students who received the Outstanding Awards at the banquet. They include Don Lockman who was presented with the Outstanding Football and Outstanding Wrestling Awards and Denver Atkinson who was presented the Outstanding Basketball Award for the 1969-70 season. Also picuted above are Seniors David Sage and Tom Danielsen who, along with Lockman, were cited for their valuable contri- bution in three major sports each yeor of their four years at PHS, Lockman, Sage, and Danielsen served as Tri-captains for football and track this season. Lockman and Danielsen further acted as co-captains for wrestling. Mr. Ray Dodds, Athletic Director for the College of Great Falls, was the Banquet's guest speaker.