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2... ROUNDUP RECORD-TRIBUNE Roundup. MT. November 23. 2011 The Roundu } Record-Tribune Weather Re }ort Nov. 23, 201 ...... ..... ................ %eatller Histol- An'ca Almanac l.ast %eek Founded April 3, 1908 by A.W. Eiselein A eather Trixia Sun/Moon Chart This Vceek Box 350 - Roundup, MT 59072 • PH (406) 323-1105 • E-maih MEMBER  NATIONAL NEWSPAPER ASSOCIATION ERIC N. RASMUSSEN ...... Publisher/Editor MARY ELLEN RASMUSSEN ...... Circulation ELIZABETH GRAY ............ Bookkeeping PHYLLIS ADOLPH ....... Reporter/Features The Official Newspaper of Musselshell & Petroleum Counties A Musselshell and Petroleum County Newspaper, entered as Second Class Matter at Roundup, Montana, U.S. Post Office. Published Weekly on Wednesday at Roundup, Montana Send address changes to Roundup Record-Tribune & Winnett limes, P.O. Box 350, Roundup, Montana 59072 Subscription Rates: $30.O0/year Roundup and Trade Area; $33.00/year elsewhere in Montana; $36.00/year out-of-state; and $41.00/year Foreign. I[ High: 42 Low: 23 Saturday Mostly Sunny High: 42 Low: 26 Sunday Mostly Sunny High: 47 Low: 24 ISSN NO. 0890-9660_ ERICN. RASMUSSEN .......... Advertising Founded April 3, A.W. Eiselein ^AApo-00m-nts to Sheriff's Report... by PJA The imaginary bouquet of the week goes to Mary Ann and Mark Petrie of the Busy Bee Cafe. Since the devastation of this spring's flood they (and their helpers) have spent months wash- ing, cleaning, disinfecting, replacing, remodeling, reconstruct- ing, renovating! The "Bee," as it is affectionately called around town, is now Open for business all beautifully redone. If you haven't already done so, I urge you to stop by for a meal or a piece of their famous pie and see what a wonderful job they have done. AAAAA Believe it or not, this is one thing Grannie Granite and I agree on!! Grannie says, "I don't eat out very often, but when [ do the Bee is my favorite place!" AAAAA I don't mean to slight the other eateries in town (unlike Grannie I love eating out and have tried all the other cafes in town). They all serve good food and I applaud A & W, Pioneer, Downtown Deli, Autumn's Inn, the Grand, and the Stage Stop for taking up the slack while the Bee was closed. It is nice to have a variety of food available in our little town! AAAAA Smart saying of the week--"We cannot always build the future for our youth, but we can build our youth for the future." (Frank- lin D. Roosevelt) AAAAA Sheriff's Office cailsNov 11 -- Nov 17 11-11 - Caller called to report someone had hit their car sometime during the night. Deputies were advised. Caller called to report items sto- len. Deputies are investigating. Caller called to report puppies that were possibly abandoned or lost. Deputies responded. Caller called to report an erratic driver. Deputies responded. Caller called to request a welfare check. Deputies were advised. Caller called to report disorderly conduct. Deputies responded. Caller called and requested deputy assistance. Deputies re- sponded. 11-12 - Caller called to say their vehicle was on fire. Roundup fire, and deputies responded. Caller called to report they have been being harassed. Deputies were advised. Caller called to request an of- ricer go secure a residence that was believed to be vacant. Deputies responded. Caller called to report they have been being harassed. Deputies were advised. 11-13 - Caller stated that their house has been locked up wlfile they have been gone and that they had heard of people going in:ide and requested a deputy go chtgk. Deputies were advised. Caller called to report they had been assaulted. Deputies responded. Caller called to report people fighting. Deputies responded. A request for a coroner came in. As a result of traffic stop, an adult male was arrested for driving while suspended. 11-14 - Juvenile picked up and brought in for being out past cur- few. Person was cited and released Hi jgh Low Normals Precip 11/14 49 27 46/23 0.00" 11/15 34 22 45/22 0.00" 11/16 37 20 45/22 0.00" 11/17 54 28 44/22 0.00" 11/18 38 9 44/21 0.01" 11/19 12 1 43/21 0.02" 11/20 30 1 43/21 0.00" Precipitation for the week ................... 0.03" Normal precipitation for the week ...... 0.07" Departure from normal for the week .-0.04" Precipitation for the year ................... 19.08" Normal precipitation year to date ..... 12.71" Departure from normal for the year .+6.37" * Precipitation includes snow converted to rainfall New 11/25 Full 12/10 D_AIX Sunrise Sunset Moonrise Moonset Wed 7:26 a.m. 4:34 p.m. 5:33 a.m. 3:20 p.m. Thu 7:28 a.m. 4:34 p.m. 6:52 a.m. 4:05 p.m. Fri 7:29 a.m. 4:33 p.m. 8:05 a.m. 5:01 p.m. Sat 7:30 a.m. 4:32 p.m. 9:08 a.m. 6:05 p.m. Sun 7:32 a.m. 4:32 p.m. 10:00 a.m. 7:14 p.m. Mon 7:33 a.m. 4:31 p.m. 10:42 a.m. 8:25 p.m. Tue 7:34 a.m. 4:31 p.m. 11:16 a.m. 9:35 p.m. C00--t 12/2 12/17 Picchioni's IGA Supermarket • In Store Bakery & Dell to parent. Report of a hit and run came in, officers were advised. 2 adult males were arrested on local warrants. Local business reported unau- thorized vehicle parked on prop- erty, officers advised. 11-15 - Officers reported horses out, officers attempted to notify owners. Caller reported 3 horses out on hwy, officers advised. Caller was looking for where- abouts of his daughter, deputies advised. Caller had called later reporting daughter was found. Caller requested a welfare check, deputies responded. Probation officer called re- questing assistance w/one of his probationers. American Angus Assoc. News Currant Creek Angus Ranch, Person called 911 unintention- ally. Person called in traffic com- plaint. 11-16 - Person called about parking complaint from neighbor- ing county and was referred to appropriate county. 11-17 - Person reported animals w/o food and water, officers were advised. Numerous reports of horses out on hwy, horses were secured. Caller reported suspicious peo- ple, officers were advised. Roundup, ranked as eighth larg- est in registering the most An- gus beef cattle in Montana hav- ing recorded 535 head of Angus with the American Angus Asso- ciation® during fiscal year 2011, which ended Sept. 30, according to Bryce Schumann, CEO of the American Angus Association. Angus breeders across the na- tion in 2011 registered 294,975 SERVICE SHOP INC. Nov. 23, 1943 - Northern New Hampshire was in the grips of a record snowstorm that left a total of 55 inches at Berlin and 56 inches at Randolph. The Randolph total was a 24-hour snowfall record for the state. If the air is cold and ' dry, what type of snow [ is made? • Answer: Powdery. For more weather, please visit: 10 9th Ave. West - Roundup Ph: 323-2410 Store HOt r,s: / Mon. - Sat. 7 to 9 Sun. 9 to 7 head of Angus cattle. "Our year- end statistics continue to demon- strate strong demand for Angus genetics and solidify our long- held position as a leader in the beef cattle industry," Schumann said. "These results underscore our members' commitment to providing genetic solutions to the beef cattle industry." your support and friendship. We sincerely hope that you and your family enjoy a pleasant Thanksgiving holiday. It's always a pleasure to serve you. A & A Implement, Inc. 102 2nd St. E, Roundup, MT Ph 323-1702 We will be closed Nove)Flhcr ..4tlthru 27th to allow our employees to enjoy the Thanksgiving Holiday. We're counting our blessings this Thanksgiving, and we couldn't have asked for a better bunch of neighbors than you! Have a wonderful holiday and please accept our heartfelt gratitude for your most generous support this past year. These Roundup Boosters are proud to sponsor thiS ad: A & A IMPLEMENT 102 2nd St. E. Ph 323-1702 THE ALLEY CUT 746 Main. Ph 323-2338 ALLISON SADDLERY Ph 323-3309 ANGEL-LINDS DAIRY Ph 323-2743 ARCADE SPORTING GOODS & BAR 230 Main. Ph 323-1304 ARNIES SHOP 512 3rd St. E, Ph 323-2237 BIG SKY MOTEL 740 Main. Ph 323-2303 BRIAN RODEGHIERO CPA & COMPANY, P.C. 345 Main • Ph 323-2010 BUSY BEE FAMILY DINING 317 1st Ave. W. Ph 323-2204 "C" BREWER, INC. 1501 4th St W, Ph 323-2300 C & S PHOTOGRAPHY 429-7181 • winneR, MT CONOCO CONVENIENCE STORE 806 Main, Ph 323-3022 D & K AUTOBODY Duane Carter & Dom Picchioni 401 1st St E. Ph 323-3518 DIANA'S JEWELRY & REPAIR 1102 1St St. E. Ph 323-1762 DON'S WELDING 26 Horsethief Rd. Ph 323-1268 ELITE TUNE & LUBE 106 1st Ave. E, Ph 323-3232 EXPRESS STOP 703 1st Ave. W. Ph 323-3443 FASBREAK AUTO GLASS ROUNDUP LUBE CENTER 102 Main • PB 323-3396 FAWCETT CONSTRUCTION Ph 323-3119 FERGUS ELECTRIC CO-OP Your Touchtone Energy Partner 102 E Railroad Ave. • Ph 323-1602 FIRST SECURITY BANK of Roundup 401 Main, Ph 323-1100 FLORIN'S SERVICE 2241st st E. Ph 323-1035 KIM FOARD, CPA & COMPANY 401 N 31st St. - Suite 813 - Billings, MT PH 406-294-9392 GEBHARDT POST PLANT & SAWMILL Ph 323-2679 GEERING CO. Hearth & Home 3823 Montana Ave • Billings, MT Ph 1-888-252-2068 KEG BAR 131 Main • Ph 323-1414 KEY INSURANCE Tom & Colleen Berry Susan Mikkelson • Jamie Toombs 437 Main. Ph 323-2055 LUCKY STAR CASINO Ph 323-1430 BEN LYNCOLN TRUCKING, INC. 810 1st St.W • Ph 208-9661 McCLEARY DISTRIBUTING 424 Railroad Ave • Ph 323-1108 MIKE'S SERVICE, Inc. 1241st st E. Ph 323-2202 MILTON RANCH Bill & Dana Milton Roundup, MT MOODY ENTERPRISES Brian & Dabra Moody 29 Horsethief Rd • Ph 323-3729 MUSSELSHELL VALLEY EQUIPMENT COMPANY 418 Main • Ph 323-2605 PICCHIONI'S IGA 10 9th Ave W" Ph 323-2410 PRUDENTIAL FINANCIAL PLANNING SERVICES Rick McGarvey, Agent 345 Main St. • Ph 323-2144 RAY CONSTRUCTION Daniel Ray • Ph 323-1006 DR. MARK ROSEBUSH, D.M.D. 239Main . Ph323-1234 ROUNDUP A&W Jim & Barbara SUtchlck - Owners 925 Main Street, Ph 323-1901 ROUNDUP HARDWARE & RANCH 342 Main Street • Ph 323-3877 ROUNDUP MEMORIAL HEALTHcARE 1202 3rd St. W ' Ph 323-2301 ROUNDUP PROPANE Mnch& 9oreen Rach 16825 US 12 W • Ph 323-2122 ROUNDUP PUBLIC SCHOOLS 700 3rd St. W" Ph 323-1507 ROUNDUP RECORD-TRIBUNE 24 Main • Ph 323-1105 ROUNDUP VISION CLINIC Dr. Kevln Blel 236 Main, Ph 323-3036 ROWDY'S ROPN' & REPAIR Rowdy & Dana DeMers 204 Main Street. 323-ROPE (7673) S & K TRUCKING READY MIX Rose & Jack Snider 622 4th St E. Ph 323-1541 SlLVERTIP PROPANE 175 Hwy 87 N . Ph 323-1606 STATE FARM INSURANCE Bill Edwards, Agent 706 Main • Ph 323-1860 VALLEY FEDERAL CREDIT UNION 216 8th Ave. East • Ph 323-2442 VAN DYKE'S SUPERMARKET 1215 Main. Ph 32'3-2802 VIDIC DRILLING Drilling & Servicing of Water Wells 3 Sage Rd. • Ph 323-1248 WELLS FARGO BANK Roundup, MT. Ph 3232-2000 WlER FLOOR COVERINGS 232 2rid Ave. W. Ph 323-2604 ]00LQTJ_C,E The repairs at the Musselshell County Re- fuse Site have been completed and the refuse site is back in full operation. Thank you for your patience. MUSSELSHELL COUNTY REFUSE BOARD Commissioner Bryan Adolph, Chairman Terry Frost, Vice-Chairman Coleen Robinson Dallas Teini Dave Picchioni Vicki Hamilton \\;V At this special time of year, we'd like to extend our warm wishes to you and yours for a joyous Thanksgiving celebration. We really appreciate your loyal support. from Tom & Colleen Berry, Susan Mikkelson, Michele Weitzeil, Jamie Toombs & Jessica Eliasson We will be closed Novemr 24th an 25th. 437 Main Ph 323-2055 Hi Folks, We held our annual "Heart of the Herd" bred cow sale this week, and as is typical ...... we received a dandy little snow- storm on Monday which only made things a bit more interesting on our end of the sale!! We sold right at 1600 head of cattle on the auction, and the young cows and bred heifers both topped at the $1600 figure, with a houseful of folks on the seats to take in this annual event. The weigh up cows and bulls sold steady, as did the feeder cattle which came to town this week. Remember there is NO SALE here next week but we'll be back right after Thanksgiving on the 29th with a big special feeder & replace- ment heifer sale. We have several nice packages of heifers along with some mixed packages of calves already rolling to town for that 29th sale, so give me a call if you'd like to be part of that upcoming auction. I'd b e amiss if I didn't say thanks to all of you consignors for bringing us your business ..... may you all have a safe and wonderful "Thanksgiving" holiday, and we'll see you back here on Tuesday, the 29th for our next special sale! ...... CYAIJ- Fairview Rnch, B Timber: bred hf @$1600 Monte Harrison, Lwstn: bred hfrs @ $1500 Patti Lemmon, Garneill: y-cows@ $1600 Miller Ranch, Lwstn: 7-cows @ $1500 M. Harrison, Lwstn: 979# hfrs 124.75 Doug Larson, Conrad: 606# sc 149.00 Mike Auguare, Babb: 517# sc 154.00 Grant Harrer, Great Falls: 479# hc 147.50 Helmak, Stanford: 568# hc 137.50 Virgil Gluth, Denton: 561# hc 133.00 Miller Ranch, Lewistown: 1115# yc 84.00 Mike Kirby, Stanford: 1275# yc 81.00 Linhard Farms, Lwstn: 1290# c 66.50 Marty Klinker, Fairfield: 1580# c 66.50 Judy Dixon, Lewistown: 1885# c 65.00 D.D. Hartman, Buffalo: 1850# b 74.25 Matt Wickens, Winifred: bred hfrs $1525 Wickens SCR, Hilger: bred hfrs $1500 Maxwell Ranch, Lwstn: y-cows $1525 D. Harrison, Roy: 913# hfrs 125.00 Weaver CC, Big Sandy: 621# sc 142.00 L. Pospisil, Hobson: 752# sc 135.50 Mike Auguare, Babb: 401# sc 167.50 Grant Harrer, Great Falls: 588# hc 142.50 Wytana Ranch, Roy: 543# hc 139.00 Demorise Allen, Grnll: 605# hc 131.00 Stan Weaver, Big Sandy: 1285# yc 82.00 Earl Tresch, Lwstn: 1185# yc 75.00 Sheep Mtn, Geraldine: 1345# c 66.50 Mark Fellows, Choteau: 1527# c 65.50 Johns Bro, Conrad: 1990# b 74.25 Randy Barta, Lwstn: 2240# b 73.00 Lewistown Livestock is now your agent for NORTHERN LIVESTOCK VIDEO AUCTION! Call Lyle today to discuss marketing your Montana- raised cattle on Montana's own video auction! Fairgrounds Road - Lewistown, MT Auction Toll Free Lyle Allen 538-3471 1-866-538-9413 538-4440