Poplar Shopper (Poplar, Mont.) 1970-2001, May 07, 1970, Image 2

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a i PAGE 2 NTE ee SALE: 1964 Two-tone Chev. Malibu. In good condition. Reasonable price. For more information call--- 768-3366. 4/30/70 m5 NT: Bachelor apt. Ph. 448-3151 North Poplar. 4/30/70 WANTED: Customers who like good food. JESSIES SUPPER CLUB. 4/30/70 D A/ AAI D: Men or _ Women. Teachers, College Students, Semi-retired per- sons. Full or part time. Career opportunity with local established business. Give full particulars for interview. Box 236, Wolf Point, Mont. 4/23/70 WANT SOMETHING DON ON YOU HOME? Repairs, Painting, etc. Call 768- 3866. Harry Skinner. 4/23/70 OF ALE: Bedroom ho , w/dining room, new Geneva kitchen, fully carpeted, full finished basement, 2 garages, fenced yard. Ph. 768-3462 or see at 316 C St. East after 5 p.m. 4/2/70 SALE: Trailer house, 40X24 Double, with or without lots. Nice fenced yard. Will consider Trade -or Trade-in. Call 768-3732. 4/2/70 WANTED TO RENT: | or 2 bedroom house. Adults. Write Box 36, Poplar, Mt. or phone 768-3727. 3/7/70 Batteries Metals Radiators Hides FOR SALE STOVE WOOD PROPANE FLOOR FURNACE PROPANE REFRIGERATOR TAPE RECORDER BAR-BACK BAR-BOOTHS AND STOOLS | HOSPITAL BED BOOKS 5 HORSE ELECTRIC MOTOR KITCHEN WARE 3 VACUUM CLEANERS LUGGAGE BELL & HOWELL MOVIE CAMFRA & PROJECTOR | 12X14 RUG & PAD McCORMICK ELECTRIC CREAM SEPARATOR 2 SEWING MACHINES | TYPEWRITER REFRIGERATORS | HEAVY DUTY 4 WHEEL TRAILER CAR TOP CARRIERS MENS SUITS EY CONSIGNMENT TAX! AND HAULING SERVICE GET RESULTS BUTLER: Bins, Buildings, Fiberglass doors, cattle sheds All type Farm Buildings. MICKEY WHITLOW Scobey, Montana PH. Res. 783-2421 Mobil 783-2512 10/30/70 OR SALE: 3 Boar Pigs. Al Ault. 768-3732 FOR SALE:or RENT: 3 Bedroom house. Ph. 768- 9990. 4/16/70 Do you need RINARY SUPPLIES: We carry a FULL LINE at the BEST PRICE IN TOWN. FARMERS UNION ELEVATOR Poplar, Mont. OF ALE: formerly occupied as Doc- tor's office. Reasonable Ph. 768-3868. 3/5/70 FOR SALE: House - garage- 3 lots. West of Poplar. Greatly reduced price. 5/7/70 ONALS... Eat at JESSIES SUPPER CLUB, we won't telll!!! 4/30/70 FOR SALE: 16 Ft. long, 6 inches in diameter poles. $2.50 a piece. George Saggissor . 5 0 Bedroom house, FOR SALE GREAT LAKES TRAILER- HOUSE. 35 X 8. WRITE BOX 955, POPLAR. THURSDAY-FRIDAY ‘RACHEL RACHEL’ JOANNE WOODWARD GP SATURDAY SUNDAY G WALT DISNEY PRESENTATION THE COMPUTER WORE TENNIS SHOES MATINEE 2:00 SATURDAY ONLY WEDNESDAY \TAKE A CHANCE NITE POPLAR SHOPPER MOTHERS DAY PARTY AT BROCKTON SCHOOL The Elementary Teachers of the Brockton School will be entertaining the Mothers & Grandmothers at a Moth- ers Day Party, Friday, May 8th at 7:00 p.m. in the Brockton Gym. Each room will have some- thing to show and they ask all the moms and grandmas of the Ft. Kipp and Brock- ton community to please come to their party. STATE BAND FESTIVAL Thirty-two Poplar High School students travelled to the State Musit Festival at Billings, May Ist & 2nd and returned with a fine performance record. The students received two “superior” ratings, six \ex- cellent\ and two \good\ ratings. In addition, eight students performed at the grand concert with the All- State Band and All-State Chorus. Those receiving superior rat- ings were: Brass Choir - Robbie Buckles, Bill Sage, Shannon Moilanen, Linda Wetz, Myra Marson, Royal Beck, Elaine Iverson, Mitch Barnes, David Nass, Mike Quillen, Sarah Frederick, John Pease; and the Mixed Instrumental Ensemble - Donna Swank, Diane Ander- son, David Nass, John Pease, Raymond Dolezilek, Lorrie Iverson. Excellent ratings were won by the Boys Octet - Mickey McAnally, David Sage, Rocky Cummins, Keith Har- sted, Mike Quillen, Bob Atkinson, Mervin Failing, Ben Zimmerman; Flute solo- Donna Swank; Stage Band- Bonnie Iverson, Debbie Macdonald, Clem Lockman, Jean Ann Voorhees, Robbie Buckles, Bill Sage, Linda Wetz, David Nass, Mike Quillen, Joe Taflan, Larry Werner, John Pease, Rocky Cummins, Jim Taflan; Sax- French Horn Duet- Jean Anne Voorhees, and Shan- non Moilanen; Brass Septet- Robbie Buckles, Bill Sage, Shannon Moilanen, Mitch Barnes, David Nass, Elaine Iverson, John Pease; Per- cussion Duet- Raymond Dolezilek and Linda Wetz. Good ratings were received by the Saxophone Quartet- Bonnie Iverson, LeAnn Bro- wn, Diane Anderson, Karen Baker; and the Flute-Clar- inet Duet- Donna Swank and Raymond Dolezilek. The students performing in the All-State Band were: Donna Swank, Raymond Dolezilek, Jean Ann Voor- hees, and Shannon Moilanen. All-State Chorus members were: Bonnie Iverson, David Sage, Rocky Cummins and Mike Quillen. - = MAY 7, 1970 ‘ane ar nme mma HELP WANTED A SPRAY EQUIPMENT OPERATOR TO RUN THE WEED DISTRICT 4-WHEEL DRIVE. THIS RIG WILL SPRAY NOXIOUS WEEDS ON ROUGH LAND IN THE COUNTY APPROXIMATELY FROM JUNE | TO SEPT. 30, 1970. PAY WILL BE $2.75 PER HOUR. LETTERS OF APPLICA- TION SHOULD BE SENT TO-ROOSEVELT COUNTY WEED DISTRICT, BOX 416, CULBERTSON, MONT. NO LATER THAN MAY Il, 1970. CANDY JEWELRY COLOGNE CARDS Boulds Pharmacy Westland OIL AND GREASE —_o DISCOUNTS ON DURA LUBRICANTS SAVE SAVE Oc | Ach on your oll needs | om grease needs ORDER NOW ! se @geeeeg@eee@s@2eHj]71eg@82 8 8 8 8 8 CALL YOUR WESTLAND DEALER i HARRY GREUFE , MGR. PHONE 3724

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