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04 Monday, Dece

Thanksgiving
Feast in Nashua

The Nashua Community Thanksgiving Dinner


was held in the Nashua Senior Citizens
Center, the second year the Nashua Senior
Citizens have sponsored the event open to
the community and families. A delicious dinner
of turkey, dressing, potatoes & gravy, green
beans, cranberry jell with choice of apple or
pumpkin pie for dessert was served to 44
people.
Ramrodding the event were (above) Dewey
& Gloria Doucette, Dick & Pat Neuleib, Chuck
Seiler and Jo Dorsey.
At right are Gloria & Dewey serving (l-r) Dennis
Shanks, Jim Strodtbeck, Troy Bargmann,
Dickinson, ND; Shane & Alyssa Nicol from
Columbia Falls; and Shelly Nicol of Casper, WY.

photos by Janice Shanks

SANDWICH

NOV 26 - DEC 4

Hwy 2 West
228-2997

SHOWINGS
228-9239

www.polsontheatres.com
4:10 - 7:00 - 9:15PM

92 Min.

HELD
OVER

4:00 - 6:50 - 9:15PM

123 Min.

Rated PG 13: Some Disturbing Images, Intense


Sequences of Violence, Intense Sequences of
Rated PG: for Mild Action and Some Rude Humor Action and Thematic Material

DAILY CINEMAS: 4:00 & 4:10 PM - $5.75/PERSON


FREE TREAT TUESDAY! Free popcorn with every paid admission at 7pm & 9pm showings

Evangelical Women

Annuities

Have you ever thought


about how you will turn
your retirement nest egg
into monthly income in
retirement? One option is
through the use of annuities.
Annuities are available in
many different forms with
lots of different features.
This session will focus on
understanding how several
key types of annuities can
be utilized to create a stable
source of retirement income.
Please join us at 12:05
on December 3rd for the
fifth session in the 20142015 Solid Finances series,
brought to you by the MSU
Extension Service.
A light lunch will
be served during this
educational webinar held in
the Community Room of the
Valley County Courthouse.
Contact the Valley County
Extension Office at 228-6241.

Ladies

Christmas
Program

Tuesday, December 2, 2014


7:00pm @ Evangelical Church

In the Manger
Readings by Max Lucardo
Fellowship & Refreshments
to follow
All Ladies are Welcome

Sr. Citizen Menu


TUESDAY

Baked Potato Bar


Call for reservation by 10 AM
228-9500

of the Week
Flippin Chicken:

spicy chicken sandwich,


flip sauce, pepper jack
cheese, bacon & lettuce

Class C Basketball Showcase


Dec. 5th/6th, GHS Gymnasium

Friday
10:30 a.m. Boys Saco/WW
12:00 p.m. Girls Nashua
1:30 p.m.
Boys Frazer
3:00 p.m.
Girls Highwood
4:30 p.m.
Boys Power
6:00 p.m.
Girls Opheim
7:30 p.m.
Boys Hinsdale

Saturday
9:00 a.m.
Girls Nashua
10:30 a.m. Boys Frazer
12:00 p.m. Girls Broadus
1:30 p.m.
Boys Broadus
3:00 p.m.
Girls Power
4:30 p.m.
Boys Nashua
6:00 p.m.
Boys Wibaux

Wibaux
Power
Broadus
Saco/WW/Hinsdale
Nashua
Broadus
Highwood
Highwood
Power
Saco/WW/Hinsdale
Hinsdale
Frazer
Saco/WW
Highwood

Class C Showcase JV Dec. 5th


(Evangelical Church Gym)

Friday
1:00 p.m.
3:30 p.m.

Boys Broadus
Wibaux
Girls Broadus (JV) Frazer (varsity/JV)

University Women offer dcholarship


The Glasgow branch of the American Association
of University Women has announced it will once again
offer $2000 in college scholarships. Funded by the
recent successful community bazaar and bread basket
raffle (won by Shelly Thorn), the applications will be
received most of December.
Any sophomore or higher level student at an
accredited institution of higher learning may apply
by providing a one-page letter of application. The
letter should cite collegiate achievements, academic
progress, and aspirations. Include whatever pertinent
information AAUW might find helpful to know the
candidate is meritorious.

Provide an up-to-date college transcript.
Submit the packet to Kitty Lou Rusher at PO Box
965, Glasgow, MT 59230. The deadline for receipt of
applications is December 29, 2014.

BUZZIFIEDS

Temps returning
to near normal
by Friday

It was a miserably cold Thanksgiving weekend, but
those who were here back in 1897? They had to deal with
a cold snap that lasted several days with lows ranging
from -25 to -40. Throw another log on the fire, Ma...
Tonight: Mostly cloudy, with a low around 1. Wind chill
values as low as -11. Calm wind becoming west northwest
around 6 mph after midnight.
Tuesday: Mostly sunny, with a high near 19. Wind chill
values as low as -11. West wind 5 to 10 mph.
Tuesday Night: Mostly clear, with a low around 1. Wind
chill values as low as -9. West northwest wind 5 to 9 mph.

BUZZ
HELP WANTED: Looking for full and part-time daytime & evening front
counter workers. Hours & days worked may vary, but not necessarily.
PERSONS MAY APPLY AT DAIRY QUEEN
BUZZ
STORAGE SHEDS FOR RENT: 13 x 22 and 10 x 13 available. CALL
228-8333
BUZZ
FOR RENT & SALE IN ST. MARIE: 3 Bedroom, 1.5 Bath. CALL 406524-3742.
BUZZ
FOR RENT in St. Marie 4-bedroom 1.5 bath. Also, a roommate is needed
for a separate rental. CALL 524-3188.
BUZZ
FOR RENT: 1 bedroom furnished apt., plus lights. CALL NEW DIRECTIONS
228-4577 OR 228-9092
BUZZ
COMMERCIAL PROPERTY FOR LEASE CALL 228-8333
BUZZ
GROUP READING SPECIALS: Want a unique experience? Book now for
your Christmas, New Years or Birthday Party readings. Find out whats
in store for 2015! $100/hr for groups up to 10. For parties more than 10
or for more Information PLEASE CALL 942-2895
BUZZ
SCANDINAVIAN AND HOLIDAY BAKE SALE at First Lutheran Church.
Saturday, Dec. 6, 9am - 12 noon. Cookies, candies, breads, and kitchen
craft items. COFFEE SHOP WITH FOOD SAMPLES.

Wednesday: Mostly sunny, with a high near 20. Calm wind


becoming east southeast around 6 mph in the afternoon.
Wednesday Night: Partly cloudy, with a low around 7.
East southeast wind 6 to 8 mph.
Thursday: Mostly sunny, with a high near 25. Light
southwest wind.
Thursday Night: Partly cloudy, with a low around 14.

Manic Monday RON TURNS 60


20 Year Tuesday

20 YEAR ANNIVERSARY OF OWNERSHIP. ALL


BEVERAGES WILL BE PRICED THE SAME AS 1994!

Wacky Wednesday

Friday: Mostly sunny, with a high near 30.


Friday Night: Partly cloudy, with a low around 18.

DRINK SPECIALS AND FREE POOL!

Thirsty Thursday

Saturday: Partly sunny, with a high near 33.


Saturday Night: Partly cloudy, with a low around 15.

CHILI DOGS & SPECIALS.

Sunday: Mostly sunny, with a high near 30.

Finger Food Friday


Big Bang Saturday!

GREAT FAMILY NEIGHBORHOOD!


Beautifully remodeled 2400 sq. ft. home
on the north side of Glasgow has 1400
+/- sq. ft on the main level, 1000 sq. ft.
basement, 5 bedrooms, 2 baths, open great
room concept. Large dining, kitchen and
living room, recently remodeled finished
basement with family room. New windows,
siding, and underground sprinklers, and
more! The oversized double car garage is
bonus. Call for a showing today!

ASKING $229,500

#234

JUST LISTED
Offered by: Karen Waarvik, Broker/Owner

(406) 228-2525
www.redfoxxrealestate.com

JEANNIE STUBBLEFIELD TURNS 80!


RON & TRACIS WEDDING ANNIVERSARY.
MUSIC AND FOOD STARTS AT 4PM!
SILENT SUNDAY - SORRY WE ARE
CLOSED ON SUNDAYS.

Spa
Peace of Harmony Salon &
HOLIDAY OPEN HOUSE

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Wednesday, Dec. 3, 6pm to 9pm


4102/40/21
Door Prizes Treats Gift Packages

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Specializing in Hair, Color, Nails, Nail Art, Waxing

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Stocking Stuffers, Belts, Hats, Purses Someting for Everyone


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Sherri Idler, CMT


263-2340

Linsdey Boreson Cosmetologist


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SPECIALS:

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PROGRAM S

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INC.

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Social for
Rick Thompson

Date:

RT

Your service

PROGR

5:30pm

Contact: Mary
Phone: 228-9431

Rick Thompson

At HLHP

31 plus years
04/14/198312/31/2014

Location: Sunnyside
Golf & Country Club
RSVP BY

Thank you for your 31 plus years of Service at HLHP


Thank You for
04/14/1983 12/31/2014
rof uoY knahT

Thursday, Dec. 4th @ 5:30 pm Your service


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Sunnyside
Golf & Country Club At HLHP
PHLMary
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Contact
@ 228-9431 to RSVP 31 plus years

sraey sulp 13
4102/13/213891/41/40

TUESDAY

WEDNESDAY

Soup: BEER CHEESE


Lunch: STEAK PHILLY
Dinner: HAMBURGER STEAK

THURSDAY

Soup: HAM & BEAN


Lunch: CHICKEN BURGER
Dinner: 8 OZ. CHICKEN
FRIED STEAK

We Have Soft-Serve Ice Cream!

Have Your Parties Here


BOOK NOW!
A GREAT PLACE TO
HANG OUT!

Hwy 2 East
228-8280

Analysts say Obamas new immigration plan will focus


on deporting violent criminals. So, this could impact your
fantasy football team. Conan OBrien

HOME

Retirement Social for

Soup: BEEF VEGGIE


Lunch: PORK CHOP BURGER
Dinner: 2 pc PORK CHOP

Germany has overtaken the United States as the worlds


favorite country. Germany is the most popular country in the
world. That is one hell of a comeback. Jimmy Kimmel

12/04/2014

Time:

MONDAY

Late Nite Laffs

HI-LINE

Hi-Line Home Programs Inc.


Thank You for

Soup: CHICKEN NOODLE


Lunch: CHICKEN BURGER
Dinner: 2 pc LIVER & ONION

THE HANGAR

PHLH

.CNI

HOME

HLHP

HLHP

HI-LINE

Soup: Potato Chili


Specials:

Turkey Bacon Sub.


Egg Salad Croissant
Dine at theO
228-8006

TR

04/14/198312/31/2014

MSU Extension offers youth savings


lessons and 66 $100 prize drawings


Montana State University Extension is offering two
Montana Saves Scavenger Hunts as part of the America
Saves program during 2014-2015. The events are
specifically designed for two age groups: 11-14 and 1519. Students will learn about the benefits of saving and
investing, how credit can be a friend or foe, and how to be
in control of money.

Students who complete the Montana Saves Scavenger
Hunt will be eligible for a drawing for one of 33 cash
awards of $100 in each age group during America Saves
week, Feb. 23-27, 2015.

The 66 cash awards for Montana students are courtesy
of First Interstate BancSystem Foundation, Montana
Credit Unions for Community Development, Montana
Consumer Protection Division, Montana Commissioner
of Securities and Insurance, Montana Society of Certified
Public Accountants (MSCPA) Legacy Foundation,
Montana Bankers Association Education Endowment
Fund of the Montana Community Foundation, and
Montana 4-H Foundation.
The Montana Saves Scavenger Hunt can be used by
parents who want to incorporate learning about finances
into interactions with their children, or teachers who
want to include financial education in their classrooms.
Youth have until February 20, 2015, to finish the nine
hunt activities and print a certificate. The Montana Saves
website has a link to enrollment directions -- http://www.
montanasaves.org/ -- or youth can go directly to the site
by age group.

The website for ages 1114 (as of September 1, 2014):
www.msuextension.org/montanasavesscavengerhunt1

The website for ages 1519 (as of September 1, 2014):
www.msuextension.org/montanasavesscavengerhunt2
For more information, contact Keri Hayes, MSU
Publications/Extension
Economics
Administrative
Assistant, khayes@montana.edu, (406) 994-5695.
If you have questions about course content, contact
Marsha Goetting, MSU Extension Family Economics
Specialist goetting@montana.edu 406-995-5695.

ersary

15th Anniv

CUSTOMER APPRECIATION PARTY


Thursday, December 4th
4:00-7:00 P.M.

Chili & Cornbread + Drinks

Gift Certificate Drawings: $50, $100, $200

But, Thats Not All

Santa Cash Pack Store


on Dec. 4th

by JJs Custom
Photography

Call 228-9844

54275 Hwy 2 East 228-2496

GLASGOW

SCHOOL MENU
TUESDAY
Breakfast

Hairstyles for All Ages


Cuts, Colors & Perms

330 4th Ave S. Glasgow, MT

Thurs., Dec. 4th, 8:30-7:00


Wed., Dec. 24th, 8:30-3:00
Closed December 25th, 26th, 27th.

Saturday
December 6
10am-4pm

Salon

LeAnn
Murnion
Cosmetologist

Saturdays Through Christmas


9:00-2:00

Register to Win one of two


$25 Gift Certificates

Tangles

(406) 853-5100

SPECIAL HOLIDAY HOURS:

We are also the

Hot or Cold Cereal Go-Gurt


Apple Milk
Custom Carpentry Roofing Repairs Windows Doors Kitchens Baths
Call Shawn Beard 230-1025

Email: beardhi@gmail.com Licensed & insured Free Estimates

Lunch

Chicken Burger w/ Lettuce & Ranch


Dill Spear Cake Mixed Fruit
Choice of Fruit Milk

Letter to the Buzz


TALK-ACTION.....ETHICAL-LEGAL?

QUESTIONS- I had many calls and questions regarding my


last weeks BUZZ article, so I will clarify and expand on what
I wrote. If some have the nerve to say and do as they wish I
should have the gumption and courage to respond to questions
of those actions and inform others. Here it is:

The Cottonwood Inn


Glasgow, MT

Fri., December 5th


Opening Gala

6:30 - 9:00pm
Sat., December 6th
10:00am - 5:00pm

1. Who were the other NVCCA members present at the Nov.


24th meeting? Pat Kelly, Marv Bethea, Terry-Lee, Earl Handy.
2. Whose signatured involvement in handling activities and
documents of VPLT, SMDC, and NVCCA in past? Marv Bethea
3. Who was past president, paid manager, held NVCCA
maintenance contract, reduced OCI condo fees from $40K to
$5K, liened and foreclosed on NVCCA money and property
leaving NVCCA bankrupt? Marv Bethea
4. Who had the majority of the 40 votes cast at the Nov. 12th
meeting? Marv Bethea

For more information call Denae at 406-230-0705

AMAZING YARD - TASTEFULLY DONE! With 4 Bedrooms 3 baths and an


ING

NEW LIST

5. Did legal power exist to hold a NVCCA meeting and vote on


anything and were all 106 owner members notified? NO
6. Did Terry-Lee mention applying the Uniform Common
Interest Owners Bill of Rights Act? YES...this is not recognized
in Montana and allows for condo members to vote and hold
office even if they do not pay their condo fees and are in arrears.
7. Can NVCCA be re-organized/filed when the large member
owners taxes, water bills, and association fees are currently
unpaid? NO
8. Can this be a repeat performance of the past, to take others
money and property? Could be, sure LOOKS like it.
9. After SMCA separated out their 250 units, that left 750
units in NVCCA. At that time NVCCA members had a 1/750
percentage ownership in those CONDOMINIUMS, but owned
the air space of their unit. So if 106 units remain in NVCCA
then members are 1/106 owners of all the NVCCA condos and
the remaining CONTRACTED units comprise 644 condos with
a 1/644 percentage ownership of that group. Terry-Lee claimed
that DTM owns 87% of all MCP properties, is he correct? NO,
DTM owns 87% of the AIR SPACE of these CONDOMINIUM
UNITS and ownership of 1/644 th. for each unit. That is
Montana Condominium Law as recorded currently. These are
not Townhouses yet.
10. CONCLUSION- Keep in mind, a condominium Board
of Directors, Board President, Board Manager can do as they
wish and its LEGAL, though it may not be ETHICAL or reflect
INTEGRITY. Look to past activities and current effort to gain
power and control, then ask yourself Why would a group of
folks that dont pay their bills want power over an association?

~ Nick Chiechi - Due Diligence
~comments, corrections, opinions welcomed~

attached heated double garage this


home is a must see! The large open
kitchen features a double oven and a
separate gas stove top. The living
room has cathedral ceilings and a
gas fire place. The master bedroom
is located on the upper floor and has
a walk in closet, jet tub and a balcony
that allows you to look over the
massive landscaped backyard. With
a new septic, new well and new roof
20-938 this home is "move in ready".

CALL JON TODAY 228-2113


www.hellandagencyinc.com

GREAT

Glasgow, Montana

Asking $315,000

INVENTORY
New and Used

Quality at a Fair Price

TRUCKS

Stop in
and see
Josh, Jerry, or Norm
TODAY

NORTHEAST MONTANAS FORD HEADQUARTERS


Call Jerry, Josh or Norm 228-2141 866-528-2141
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