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Birthdays and Entertainment History

Each week we draw from ALL that week's anniversaries and birthdays to give away a birthday prize pack from our sponsors:
- Collector's coins from Fort Peck Community Federal Credit Union
- 2 movie passes from Valley Cinemas
- an ice cream cake from Flip Burgers & Treats
- gift certificate from the Apple Trolley

Our winner this week: Tyler Hillman
Sponsors

Apple Trolley

As we’re all stretching to soak up the last of summer, the Apple Trolley is stretching out their drive-thru hours. Now open 7-4 Monday through Friday, stop by for a breakfast panini with cheese, eggs, and your choice of meat.

Soup sippin’ Wednesday is underway. Drop in mid-week for a grilled ham and cheese on sourdough with creamy tomato basil and parmesan soup.

Fuel up with a Red Bull or Liquid Ice smoothie – perfect for those hot days!

Fruit pizzas have been a hit this summer. Grab a full one today for $20.

Follow the Apple Trolley on Facebook for the latest in featured treats and menu items. Then drive-thru on Highway 2!

Phone: (406) 228-2915

Fort Peck Community Federal Credit Union

With locations in Glasgow and Fort Peck, the Fort Peck Community Federal Credit Union is your financial powerhouse. They offer more than just great rates, they also offer many free and low-cost services to make your life easier. Their list of services includes:

Money Orders, Travelers Checks, Corporate Checks, Direct Deposit, Payroll Deduction, Wire Transfers, ACH Transactions, Stop Payments, Automatic Payments, NADA Book Auto Values, Notary Service, U.S. Savings Bond Redemption, Commemorative Coin Purchase, Copies, Fax, Consumers Loans, Home Equity Loans, Real Estate Loans, Mobile Home Loans, Credit Life Insurance, IRAs

Find them at either location from 8:30 to 4 daily or online at fortpeckcu.com

Insured by NCUA, equal housing lender.

Flip Burgers & Treats

They have 3 sizes of ice cream cakes..,.you order your favorite ice cream cake.....Andi will make itl
(4, 7, 9 inch)

Our menu includes: Hamburgers, Cheeseburgers, Eugene's Pizza Burgers, Big Kahuna Burger, Patti Melt, Gyros, fish baskets, chicken strip baskets, shrimp baskets, all beef hot dogs, Scottie dogs, Philly dogs, corn dogs, Chicago dogs, French Fries, Gems, Beer Battered Onion Rings, Mac & Cheese Wedges, Cheddar Crisps, Spicy Buffalo Chips

Flip Burgers and Treats is open from 11 AM till 8 PM use the handy drive up window or come inside. The lobby is open, while adhering to social distancing guidelines. 228-2997

Valley Cinemas

Batman Returns @ 5 and 8 p.m.
Grown-Ups @ 5:20, 8:15 p.m.

There will be 2 showings of each movie per night, 7 days a week.

Tickets are only $3 - the theatre will run at half capacity and all safety measures will be followed.

For details, visit Valley Cinemas online.

Curbside popcorn is available every day: 5 p.m. - 10 p.m.

Today In History

Today is Color Book Day, National Creamsicle Day, International Nagging Day and National Wiffle Ball Day

In 1457, Oldest known exactly dated printed book (c 3 years after Gutenberg) was issued in Mentz.
In 1848, The Oregon Territory was established.
In 1873, The first issue of "Field and Stream" magazine was published.
In 1888, Oliver B. Shallenberger, of Rochester, PA, received a patent for the electric meter.
In 1900: International forces, including U.S. Marines, entered Beijing to put down the Boxer Rebellion, which was aimed at purging China of foreigners.
In 1923, the comic strip "Felix The Cat" debut.
In 1925, Mount Rushmore figures were first proposed, honoring Presidents Washington, Jefferson, Lincoln, & Teddy Roosevelt. It would be completed in 1941 by Gutzon Borglum's son James after his father died eight months before it was finished that October.
In 1935, The Social Security Act became law, creating unemployment insurance and pension plans for the elderly.
In 1940, Preston Sturges' first film as a director, "The Great McGinty" starring Brian Donlevy opened at the Paramount.
In 1945, President Truman announced that Japan had surrendered unconditionally, ending World War II.
In 1947, Pakistan became independent of British rule.
In 1953, the whiffle ball was invented by David Mullany Sr. for his 13- year-old son.
In 1976, "Clue Club", TV Cartoon Show; debut on CBS.
In 1992, "Single White Female" starring Bridget Fonda and Jennifer Jason-Leigh opened in theaters.

Today's Birthdays: Singer Dash Crofts of Seals and Crofts is 81. Singer David Crosby is 78. Country singer Connie Smith is 78. Actor-musician Steve Martin is 74. Actor Antonio Fargas ("Starsky and Hutch") is 73. Bassist Larry Graham of Sly and the Family Stone is 73. Actress Susan St. James is 73. Actor David Schramm ("Wings") is 73. Romance novelist Danielle Steel is 72. Keyboardist Terry Adams of NRBQ is 71. Cartoonist Gary Larson ("The Far Side") is 69. Actor Carl Lumbly ("Alias") is 68. Actress Jackee Harry ("Sister, Sister," ''227") is 63. Actress Marcia Gay Harden is 60. Singer Sarah Brightman is 59. Actress Susan Olsen ("The Brady Bunch") is 58. Actress Halle (HAL'-ee) Berry is 53. Actor Ben Bass (“Rookie Blue”) is 51. Actress Catherine Bell ("JAG") is 51. Keyboardist Cody McCarver of Confederate Railroad is 51. Guitarist Kevin Cadogan (Third Eye Blind) is 49. Actress Lalanya Masters ("Barbershop") is 47. Actor Christopher Gorham ("Ugly Betty") is 45. Actress Mila Kunis (MEE'-luh KOO'-nihs) is 36. Actor Lamorne Morris ("New Girl") is 36. TV personality Spencer Pratt ("The Hills") is 36. Actress Marsai (MAR’-say) Martin (“black-ish”) is 15.

Local Birthdays and Anniversaries
Aug 14

Jane

Gilchrist

Aug 14

Ray

Canen

Aug 15

Taylor

Pederson

19

Glasgow

Aug 15

Jeff

Kalinski

Aug 18

Marc

Kloker

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