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LibiAy NONTANA Hist Helena, [4a pi POST OFFICE BOX 1028 59255 FAILING EARNS MUSIC SCHOLARSHIP Mervin Failing, son of Mr. & Mes. Wayne Failing, is the recipient of a $50 Music Scholarship given by the Poplar Woman's Club. The Presentation was performed by Mrs. Jan Rodacker, Music Scholarship Committee Mem- ber, at the May meeting of the Poplar Woman's Club at the home of Mrs. Mar- ne Quillen on Tuesday +‘ + WINS LEGION AWARD Donald Lockman, son of Mr. & Mrs. Lyle Lockman was the recipient of the American Legion Citizenship Award at Commencement Exercises on Mon. May /8th. The American Legion Award is kept as a surprise announce ment until the presentation and is given to a senior boy for outstanding leader- ship and citizenship qualities. Legion Commander, James Cathers presented the Award to Don. 1} SCHOLARSHIPS AWARDED Chet Shere VET & Pioneer Mom. Sidg. BULK RATE Helene, Ment. Bs U.S. POSTAGE 7 3.8¢ PAID tts ‘ POPLAR, MONTANA ~~ le ons am wT AMERICAN LEGION AUX. Permit No. 4 POPPY DAY, SAT. MAY 23 PHONE 768-3433 POPLAR, MONTANA “MAY 21, 1970 FISHING DERBY The 3rd Annual Fishing Der- by sponsored by the Poplar Suppy will be held May 21 thru May 25 - 6 p.m. Only children 12 years old and under may enter. ed in at the Poplor Supply. Ist prize is a Zebco 404 Rod & Reel. 2nd prize is a 202 Zebco Reel. GIRLS TRACK TEAM TAKE 4TH Thirteen PHS girls partici- pated in the Eastern Divi- sional Track Meet at Glen- dive on May I6. The PHS team was: Becky Schagunn, Marlene Smith, Jody Heiden, Kathy Thorsen, Sandra Coul- ter, Robin Wright, Leanne Brown, Carol Lockman, Jeri Smoker, Barbora Swank, Jackie Marottek, Ardis Smith and Jane Anderson. Twenty-five teams were represented at the meet in class \B\. Fairview won the meet with 25 1/2 points. Poplar placed fourth with 19 1/2 points. Eight PHS girls will represent the Eastern Division at Bill- ings on May 22 and 23. Sandra Coulter placed first in the shot-put and fifth in the discus. Jeri Smoker placed second in the mile. Robin Wright placed fifth in the 880 yd. dash. Jane An- derson took fourth place in the high jump. The 440 yd. relay team took first place and the runners were Becky Schagunn, Kathy Thorsen, Marlene Smith and Jody Heiden. evening. Mervin's mother, Mrs. Mavis Failing, was also a special guest of the club. The scholarship to Interno- tional Peace Gardens Music Camp, cated on the Man- itoba-North Dakota border, covers tuition, board, room, and three private lessons. Mervin will study voice at one of the weekly Chorus sessions held in July. Besides being active in the Poplar High School Choir for two years, Mervin, a sophomore, has also been a member of the Poplar Boys Octet which performed at the Eastern State Music Festival, Billings, in early May. Randy Heiden, Karen Lien with alternates, Diane Andersen and Bonnie lver- son have been named as recepients of scholarships to the Rocky Mountain District Encounter school to be held in Billings, Montana from June 22-26. The school is a gathering of some of the more gifted and dedicated young christ- ians from Lutheran congrega- tions within Montana, Idaho, and Wyoming. They will be led to Encounter the issues and feelings that separate and alienate men and begin to examine ways that they as christians can be counted among the \peace makers\. We are proud to have these young people named to represent us. Newly elected officers for Bankers Group 4. Left to right: Lynn Grobel, Pres. Ist National Bank, Glasgow, Pres. Group 4; Don Wallender, V.P. Ist State Bank, Froid, Vice Pres. Group 4; Jim Witte, Sec-Treas Group 4. BANKERS ELECT OFFICERS People from Poplar in attendance report hearing many complimentary comm- ents about the fine facil- ities, decor and service at the Legion Hall. Group IV of the Montana Bankers Association held its annual meeting in Pop- lor Tuesday, May I9th. The program included a ladies luncheon for the ladies, an afternoon busi- ness meeting for the men and a banquet in the even- ing. There were 165 in attendance at the banquet representing banks in Plentywood, Froid, Cul- bertson, Scobey, Wolf Point, Glasgow, Hinsdale and Malta. Traders State Bank of Poplar hosted the entire progrom and meeting. New officers elected for the coming yeor ore: L. D. Grobal, of Ist National Bank of Glasgow, Pres.; Don Wallender of Ist State Bank of Froid, Vice Pres.; and L.J. Witte of Traders State Bank of Poplar, Secy-Treas. thly meeting held in Bill- ings last week. Buster has been a member of the Oil & Gas Commission for the past 10 yeors and previously served as Chairman in 1965. PHS TRACK GIRLS GOING TO BILLINGS, Front row, left to right: Robin Wright, Jeri Smoker, Jody Heiden, Becky Schagunn, Kathy Thorsen. Bock row, left to right: Marlene Smith, Jane Anderson, Kathy Holen, Sandy Coulter.