Poplar Shopper (Poplar, Mont.) 1970-2001, May 07, 1970, Image 8

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PAGE 8 SAL NEW & usa 1966 CHEV. 9 PASS. STA. WGN. MOTOR OVERHAULED 1964 FORD 4 DR. STA. WGN. 1963 FORD STS WGN. NEW MOTOR 1966 INTERNATIONAL 1/2 TON PICKUP LWB w BOX 1964 FORD 1/2 TON LWB WIDE BOX PICKUP 1963 DODGE I/2 TON 1962 FORD 4 WHEEL DRIVE NEW TIRES MOTOR OVER- HAULED NUMEROUS OTHER MAKES AND MODELS PRICED TO SELL H & N MOTORS POPLAR, MONTANA WE WISH TO EXTEND OUR HEARTFELT THANKS AND APPRECIATION TO FRIENDS AND NEIGHBORS FOR THE EXPRESSIONS OF SYMPATHY AND THE MANY ACTS OF KINDNESS SHOWN US DURING THE RECENT LOSS OF OUR LOVED ONE. WE SHALL BE FOREVER GRATEFUL. Joyce Voorhees & family Mr. & Mrs. W.L. Voorhees Mr. & Mrs. Frank Winhofer & family Mr. & Mrs. Robert Voorhees & family Mr. & Mrs. William Voorhees Jr., & family Mrs. Ethel Marquardt ( HOLY MACKREL HAVE WE GOT LAWN MOWERS BARGAINS WILL TRADE OR RUN A FOOT RACE BUT WE ARE GOING popy AR SUPPLY ’ PAINT HEADQUARTERS POPLAR SHOPPER IN THE EDITOR'S MAIL BAG . Dear Editor: | started to go to the fun- eral services for Norman Voorhees today, but just couldn't force myself to pnier the Church. It wasn't to long ago, someone very dear to me passed on sudd- enly and | felt hurt again knowing one of our fellow workers at the Poplar Post Office was gone and we wouldn't be seeing him again. | waited for Shang to enter the back door of the Post Office early Monday morn- ing. | kept looking for him all day to come and sort the mail for his Rural Route. | knew he was gone, but | didn't want to believe it. Up until today, | still didn't want to believe he was gone, but when | got to the Church and the Pallbearers were carrying him in, | knew it was so. | stood outside for sometime remem- bering some of the good times all of us had at the PO when Shang was on hand, then returned to the PO to type this letter. Shang was a great guy to work with. He very seldom complained about the mail service, because he knew what to expect when things went wrong and we didn't get the usual amount of mail. He hod |7 years of in the Poplar PO Rural Route Service. He was al- ways ready to lend a help- ing hand, even during the period of his illness. The mail carrying service was his life, next to his fam- ily. He had to be down completely before he would miss day of work. He was always at the Post Office, seven days a week to sort his mail and to visit a bit with the other employees. We pay Tribute to NORMAN (Shang) VOORHEES, for all the wonderful years we knew and worked with him. We'll miss him very much. Our hearfelt sympathy goes out to his wife and child- ren as we know they were very close, also to all the other members of his fom- ily. I'm sorry | didn't go to the actual services and | hope Shang's family will understand . Sincerely, Bob Trinder, P.O. Clerk, Poplar, Mont. DAVE HINES IN TRACK MEET Dave Hines, a graduate of Poplar High School, o stu- dent at N.M.C. placed 4th in the 880 with a time of 2 min. 6.9 sec., May 2 at Kalispell. The pre- ceeding week he placed 4th in the 440 at Helena. Dave is the son of Mr. & Mrs. Henry Hines of Pop- lor. MAY 7, 1970 HAPPY... HOW T0 WAKE WOM ee a -_ Give her something for herself .\. . and for the family! i] i} Good things for Mom come in all kinds of packages. Of course, she appreciates gift packages wrapped up with love and thoughtfulness. But whatever makes the family happier makes her happiest. This Mother's Day might be the occasion to start a special Savings Account here, for a special family project. ® Savings Accounts for Mom and the Family TRADERS STATE BANK OF POPLAR, MONTANA i ESYTASLIBHEO 1909 POPLAR, MONTANA Notice DUE TO ADVANCE BOOKING THE NEUMILLER BROS. WILL NOT PLAY AT-THE FORTHCOMING DANCE OF THE VFW. MUSIC WILL BE-FURNISHED BY THE BOB & LEE TRIO, MAY 9, 1970. OPEN 1:00 P.M. SPECIAL MOTHERS DAY MENU BAKED HAM PLUS REGULAR MENU Legion Supper Chub i

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