Each week we draw from ALL that week's anniversaries and birthdays to give away a birthday prize pack from our sponsors: - $10 gift certificate from the Apple Trolley - Collector's coins from Fort Peck Community Federal Credit Union - Two matinee tickets from Valley Cinemas - $10 gift certificate from Bergie's - Reynolds Market Deli & Bakery will be giving away THREE five-inch birthday cakes each Friday too!
Congratulations to our 2 birthday cake winners this week: Shane & Stacey Rhoads, and Sam Gundermann. And, our Grand Prize Winner:
Fort Peck Community Federal Credit Union
Need Cabin Loans? The Fort Peck Community Federal Credit Union offers very comparable rates and will help you with all your financing needs. Customized loans for trucks, boats, R.V.'s and so much more! Contact the helpful personnel at the Fort Peck Community Federal Credit Union (Fort Peck branch 526-3223) or Glasgow branch (228-9292) which is open conveniently until 5pm every Friday. We are member owned and service driven. Insured by NCUA, equal housing lender.
Reynolds Market Deli and Bakery
Offering fast, easy, and delicious lunch options...Daily Lunch Specials Monday – 2 Chicken Strips with 1/4 pound of wedges or cheesy potatoes $3.99 Tuesday – 2 Egg Rolls for $1.19, General Tso or Sweet and Sour Pork $5.99/lb Wednesday – 2 Pizza Sticks $1.29 Thursday - 2 pc Chicken, 1/4 pound Scalloped Potatoes and 1 Roll $4.99 Friday – 2 Corn Dogs for $1.00
Monday through Friday get pizza by the slice for $1.00 a slice
Soup served seven days a week. Large $3.25, Small $2.50
Deli options... Fresh-made wraps and sandwiches Soup Fried Chicken, Rotisserie Chicken Bbq Ribs, Hot Wings Chicken Strips, General Tso Chicken Sweet n Sour Pork Variety of Salads Homemade Spinach Dip Selection of Deli Meats and Cheeses
Breads and sweet treats include... Hoagie rolls - wheat, white, rye Fresh donuts, caramel and cinnamon rolls French Bread Hard rolls, Ciabatta rolls Cheese rolls and bread sticks Cookies - chocolate chunk, oatmeal raisin, ginger, snickerdoodles, date filled and many more Cakes
The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 1 (PG-13) @ 4, 6:50 and 9:15 p.m. & Big Hero 6 (PG) @ 4:10, 7, 9:15 p.m.
Free matinee during the Christmas Stroll on Saturday: 1 p.m. showing of Mr. Peabody & Sherman
Don't miss Free Popcorn Tuesdays: you'll receive a free popcorn with every paid admission on Tuesdays!
Bergie’s serves delicious breakfast, lunch, dinner and...one of a kind, homemade ice cream; made the original way at Bergie's in Nashua with our favorite regular ice cream flavors plus the various specialty flavors too.
Open 7 days a week...Sunday - Tuesday 8am - 4pm; Wednesday through Saturday 8am - 7pm.
Located just off of Hwy 2 in Nashua. 746-3441.
Stop into the Apple Trolley for your tokens and lotions for her 24-hour a day tanning bed! If you buy any of our tanning packages you will receive one free tanning session. And try the Twilight Teeth Whitening...whitens your teeth while you tan!
The Apple Trolley delivers to local businesses in Glasgow; makes Chocolate Candy Bouquets for all occasions, sells Bulk Candy and Chocolate Dipped Strawberries are in season again too. She has Chocolate Fountains and Supplies for sale, unique Bookmark Cards for all occasions and Chocolate Dipped Mangos, Kiwi, Ginger and Pineapple!
She has Veggie & Fruit chips, Bear Crunch Popcorn and Assorted Trail mixes.
She sells her caramel by the pound and...caramel apple kits too!
For the Gourmet Candy Caramel Apples...each granny smith apple is hand dipped in our special homemade caramel, then rolled in a variety of candies and drizzled with chocolate love.
All great for Holidays, Special Occasions and for every day..."An apple a day, keeps the doctor away!"
Winter hours are Tuesday - Friday, 10am - 6pm; closed Saturday, Sunday and Monday. Located at 232 1st Avenue North, on Hwy 2 in Glasgow. Stop in or call 228-2915. Go online...appletrolley.com.
Today is Saturday, November 22nd 2014.
In 1718, English pirate Edward Teach, better known as "Blackbeard," was killed during a battle off the Virginia coast. In 1809, Peregrine Williamson of Baltimore patents a steel pen. In 1904, the electric motor is patented by M. Pfatischer. In 1906, the "SOS" distress signal was adopted at the International Radio Telegraphic Convention in Berlin. In 1917, The National Hockey League was founded with the Montreal Canadiens, the Montreal Maroons, the Toronto Arenas, the Ottawa Senators and the Quebec Bulldogs. In 1919, A labor conference committee in the U.S. urged an eight-hour work day and a 48-hour work week. In 1927, The first snowmobile patent was granted to Carl Eliason of Sayner, Wis. In 1927, George Gershwin's "Funny Face," premieres in NYC. In 1934, "Santa Claus is Comin' to Town" was first heard on Eddie Cantor's Thanksgiving radio show. In 1940, "The Letter" starring Bette Davis, Herbert Marshall and Gale Sondergaard opened at the Strand. In 1944, "Meet Me in St. Louis" starring Judy Garland, Margaret O'Brien and Mary Astor premiered in St. Louis. In 1953, "Life With Father", TV Series; debut on CBS. In 1954, The Humane Society was founded. In 1961, Frank Robinson became the first baseball player to be named Most Valuable Player in both major leagues. In 1961, Producers Albert Broccoli and Harry Saltzman announced an expensive publicity campaign to make a star out of Sean Connery, their choice for James Bond. In 1961, The film, "A Man for All Seasons" opened this day in New York City. In 1963, President Kennedy was shot to death while riding in a motorcade in Dallas. Texas Gov. John B. Connally, in the same limousine as Kennedy, was seriously wounded. Lee Harvey Oswald, suspected of assassinating the president, was arrested. In 1968, The Beatles released their long-awaited double album, simply called "The Beatles," but better known as "The White Album." In 1968, the first interracial kiss in TV history is shown on "Star Trek" between Capt. Kirk and Uhura ("Plato's Stepchildren"). In 1969, the isolation of a single gene is announced by scientists at Harvard University. In 1976, The comic strip "Cathy," by Cathy Guisewhite, debuted. In 1977, regular passenger service between New York and Europe on the supersonic Concorde began on a trial basis. In 1991, "The Addams Family" Motion Picture, based on the 60s sitcom, starring Anjelica Huston, Raul Julia, and Christopher Lloyd opened in theaters in the U.S.A. In 1991, the movie "Beauty and the Beast" was released in the movie theaters in USA. In 1995, Disney's "Toy Story", the first computer animated motion picture, opened in theaters in the USA, scoring a record weekend take of $39,071,176. That weekend, a record $158.5 million in box office receipts was made that weekend. Other movies in the mix included the freshmen hits "Goldeneye" and "Ace Ventura: When Nature Calls". In 1996, the movie "Star Trek: First Contact" reuniting the cast members of the TV series "Star Trek: The Next Generation" opened in theaters in the USA. In 1996, the movie "Jingle All The Way" starring Arnold Schwarzenegger was released in the movie theaters in USA.
Today's Birthdays: Actor Robert Vaughn ("The Man from U.N.C.L.E.") is 82. Actor Michael Callan is 79. Comedian-director Terry Gilliam (Monty Python) is 74. Actor Tom Conti is 73. Singer Jesse Colin Young (The Youngbloods) is 73. Guitarist-actor Little Steven (The E Street Band, "The Sopranos") is 64. Bassist Tina Weymouth of Talking Heads is 64. Actor Richard Kind ("Spin City," ''Mad About You") is 58. Actress Jamie Lee Curtis is 56. Actress Mariel Hemingway is 53. Actor-producer Brian Robbins ("Head of the Class") is 51. Actor Stephen Geoffreys is 50. Actor Michael K. Williams ("12 Years a Slave," ''Boardwalk Empire," ''The Wire") is 48. Drummer Chris Fryar of Zac Brown Band is 44. Actress Scarlett Johannson is 30. Actor Jamie Campbell Bower ("Twilight" movies) is 26. Singer Candice Glover ("American Idol") is 25.
(Above for release Saturday, November 22nd)
TODAY'S BIRTHDAYS AND ANNIVERSARIES:
Recent and Future Birthdays and Anniversaries
Myron & Alice
Pat & Vickie
Mike & Mona
Shane and Stacey
Sam & Myra
Seth & Alicia
Ted & Claudine
Vonnie & Steve
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