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by Mike Stebleton,
Daniels County Leader
Eighteen days until the
annual Opheim Rodeo, but
who’s counting?
Actually, a number of
people are, including cowgirls,
cowboys, organizers, fans, area
residents and the like who have
been competitors and spectators
for years. Those from Montana
and out of state, like Brant
Grisdale of Granite Station,
California who competed in the
saddle bronc event in 2019, plus
those from Canada who drop
down to compete and be a fan
are ready to rodeo.
This year’s Opheim
Rodeo, despite the abnormal
nationwide circumstances, is all
systems go for Sunday, June 28,
with the parade along Opheim’s
Main Street starting at 12 noon
and rodeo kicking off at 1:00.
The defending champions
in each event include: Liam
Pauley, Miles City, 76 in saddle
bronc; Tanner Solberg, Richland,
78 in ranch bronc riding; Jay
Billingsley, Glasgow, 13.66 in LITTLE GUY ON BIG HORSE — “Someday,” this future rodeo star is thinking
calf roping; Allison Stephens, to himself, “I’m going to compete in the Opheim Rodeo.” The scene was
Circle, in ladies breakaway during the 2017 Opheim Rodeo. This year’s event is set to go Sunday, June
continued on page 4 28, with the parade at 12 noon and the rodeo at 1 p.m. — Leader Photo, mike
Meeting at the VFW Thursday
VFW Post 3107 and the Auxiliary will meet
Thursday June 11 at 7:00 pm at the Post to discuss ways
to raise money to support our programs because of the
restrictions resulting from COVID-19. All members are
encouraging to attend.
“We are open for ideas,” said Art Widhalm.

Valley County Refuse District Board and

Employees would like to thank:
Glasgow Fire Department One more necessary change
Long Run Fire Department at Fort Peck Summer Theatre
Thompson & Sons • Don & Ryan Fast Due to continued challenges caused by COVID-19,
Jason Sauer • Rick Seiler Fort Peck has made one more difficult, but necessary
St. Marie Fire Department and exciting change to the 2020.
Previously announced Working has been replaced.
Temps start
Inspired by Laugh In and The Ed Sullivan Show, enjoy
iconic music, dance sequences, comedy sketches,
climbing historic tributes and lots more surprises in a live
Thursday theatrical extravaganza: The Big Zany Family Friendly
Variety Hour. Audiences can expect appearances
Tonight: Mostly clear, with a low around 48. West northwest
by many FPST alum, local and audience favorites.
wind 10 to 15 mph becoming light after midnight. Winds
could gust as high as 22 mph. Featuring 3 different unique themed weekends:
Thursday: Sunny, with a high near 82. Light west southwest
• Outside the Box: July 24 – July 26: Be inspired to see
wind becoming west 6 to 11 mph in the morning. things from a different angle, explore in unique ways
Thursday Night: Mostly clear, with a low around 55. West and be silly, with an innovative musical anthology
northwest wind 5 to 8 mph becoming light and variable. that encourages imaginations to run wild!
Friday: Mostly sunny, with a high near 90. East wind 7 to 17 • Christmas in July: July 31 – August 2: Heartwarming
mph, with gusts as high as 25 mph. and nostalgic interpretations of everyone’s favorite
Friday Night: Mostly cloudy, with a low around 62. East classics, as well as some modern material about the
southeast wind 16 to 18 mph, with gusts as high as 26 mph. pressures, excitement and bustle of the holidays.
Saturday: Partly sunny, with a high near 93. East southeast • Let’s Go to the Movies! August 7 – August 9: Do you
wind 16 to 18 mph, with gusts as high as 31 mph. remember where you were the first time you heard
Saturday Night: A 20 percent chance of showers and Celine belt out Titanic’s anthem ‘My Heart Will Go
thunderstorms before midnight. Mostly cloudy, with a
low around 61. Southeast wind 10 to 14 mph becoming
On’, or first tapped your toes to the opening chords of
southwest after midnight. Winds could gust as high as 30 ‘Summer Nights’ from Grease? Did your heart race
mph. when you saw Gene Kelly tap dancing in the rain?
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after noon. Mostly sunny, with a high near 81. West wind 7 modern day block busters, FPST honors the magic of
to 15 mph, with gusts as high as 23 mph. the movies.
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Monday: A 20 percent chance of showers. Mostly sunny,
of our audiences and actors. For those of you who had
with a high near 79. West wind 9 to 16 mph, with gusts as previously purchased tickets for Working, those tickets
high as 25 mph. will automatically be transferred to The Big Zany Family
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Opheim Rodeo continued from front horses and could pick out the best of the bunch,” he wrote.
“I broke and trained many to ride and to pull a plow. I
roping; Robbie Keller, Rockglen, Saskatchewan, Canada, enjoyed riding at our small rodeos or country picnics. I
16.93 in ladies barrel racing; Blake Ozark, Saco, 19.60 in remember the first picnic I attended at Happy Valley. I
junior barrel racing; Bailey Billingsley, Glasgow, 22.35 took first prize money riding broncs.”
in kids barrel racing; David Wold, Outlook, and John On page 50 it said “A rodeo was held on our place
Graham, Glasgow, 12.75 in team roping; Trey Hearts at Morgan Creek every summer on June 24, which was
and Ally Sparks (ages 1-5) and Brooklyn Hughes and the wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Mollberg,”
Lana Mason (ages 6-10) in kids boot race; Jay Billingsley, wrote Olena (Mollberg) Hennessy. The Mollbergs arrived
Glasgow, All-Around Cowboy. in Opheim from Assiniboia, Saskatchewan in 1914.
So that’s the present and a short trip back into the The Baylor community, located about 15 miles south
past of one year ago, but what is the history of the sport of Opheim, was established in 1914 and its first store was
of rodeo in the Opheim area? What year did rodeo start? up and running in 1915.
What were some of the names? “Rodeos, brandings, country-style dances in barns
To find out the Daniels County Leader newspaper or schoolhouses, picnics, baseball, pie and box socials
took a deep dive into the subject, and a fascinating one at and home parties were the source of many good times,”
that, the weekend of May 16-17, 2020. The “Homesteading wrote Betty Gay Sanders-Taylor of activities in the Baylor
Our Heritage” book covering North Valley County was community.
grabbed off the Leader’s book shelf the afternoon of Friday, On July 4, 1915 there was a a rodeo in Opheim to
May 15, and taken home for a search for all things Opheim celebrate the building of the town, which saw its first
rodeo, including all things rodeo in the surrounding area business, a grocery/supply store, come to life in 1912.
of Opheim. All 844 pages of the 8.5-by-11 inch book On page 98 under Richland Bench it said the first
were searched for anything Opheim rodeo. Here’s what Happy Valley School was built in 1916 with lumber
transpired from the extensive, but very enjoyable, search: financed by dances and rodeos.
First it needs to be noted Opheim was established When the Great Northern Railway reached Opheim
in 1911 three-quarters of a mile southeast of the present in 1926, the Opheim American Legion sponsored a three-
Opheim townsite. From 1911 to 1926 wagon freighting day celebration with baseball games and a rodeo.
from Scobey and Glasgow was the only means of The Ossette community, located south of Richland
transportation into Opheim concerning the farm sector. and in the southwestern corner of Daniels County, used to
In 1917 began the drive to get Great Northern Railway have large Fourth of July celebrations with amateur rodeos
to extend its Bainville-to-Scobey branchline westward at the McLeod and Wesley Howard ranches in the 1920s,
to Opheim. The railroad was finally convinced it would 30s, 40s and 50s.
be profitable for both the agricultural producers and The Opheim Kiwanis Club, which was organized on
the railroad, eliminating the long 45-to-60 mile hauls of March 19, 1952, sponsored the Frontier Days Rodeo for 14
grains by horse-pulled wagons from the Opheim area to years from 1957-70, with the 1957 event “the first rodeo
elevators in Scobey, Glasgow and Nashua. On July 27, in Opheim in many years.” Four years later the Kiwanians
1925 the Great Northern Railway began laying track out sponsored the 50th Golden Anniversary of Opheim.
of Scobey westward to Opheim, driving the last spike in “Old-timers and newcomers of the town of Opheim
Opheim on August 26, 1926. The new Opheim townsite celebrated the Golden Anniversary of the founding of the
was incorporated in 1928. So anything dated 1911 to 1926 town on June 16 and 17, 1961.” it said on page 328. “It was a
was at the old Opheim townsite and thereafter at the new typical old fashioned atmosphere, with entertainment and
and present-day townsite. contests for young and old, and topped it all off with the
The first rodeo in Opheim was in 1914, it stated town’s biggest parades and a true western rodeo.” Other
on page 256. “Archie and Dan Henderson furnished activities included a barbeque, beard growing contest, old
the horses (no canals or chutes). Mr. Tom Coleman was fashioned dress contest, horseshoe pitching, nail driving
deputy sheriff on patrol that day.” contest, baseball games, horse races, and a dance. “The
On page 193 shows a photo of “Knute Volden in his main attraction of the Sunday program was another parade
hamburger stand at the three-day rodeo in Opheim on followed by a rodeo, featuring saddle bronc riding, bareback
July 4, 1914” with eight customers, his helper and three riding, cow riding, calf roping, team roping, barrel racing
other people in the photo. and wild horse scrambles. Both American and Canadian
William John (Bill) Linthicum settled near Richland cowboys participated. The bucking horses were supplied
in 1914 and filed a homestead, it said on page 114. “I loved by Ken Kerr of Wood Mountain, Saskatchewan, and the
THAT’S GOING TO HURT! — This bronc rider couldn’t get the better of this bronc as he was bucked and headed
for a not-so-comfortable landing. The action occured during the 2008 Opheim Rodeo. — Leader Photo, mike
cattle were supplied by Howard Solberg of Richland. Tiny themselves the “Bits and Spurs Roping Club.” After the
Towns of Herbert, Saskatchewan was the arena announcer officers were elected, money was borrowed to purchase 12
and Cliff Stevonson of Canopus, Saskatchewan was arena Mexican roping steers. In 1973 the club found that there
director.” was another roping club by the same name in western
In 1965 the club renovated the 16-acre athletic field Montana. In order to incorporate the name of this club
and rodeo ground, with the first rodeo in the new arena had to be changed so the members decided on “The
being held July 2-3, 1966. A fall rodeo was held September Opheim Roping Club” as its legal name. The club paid off
11 later that same year. In 1967 the Great Falls American its borrowed money in the fall of 1976. There was a lot of
Legion and Bugle Corps participated in the Opheim stiff competition back in the 1970s and 1980s with other
Rodeo. The photo on page 336 of the history book has a Hi-Line Roping Clubs in northeast Montana. The club
one-half page aerial photo of one of the club’s rodeos and helped young teenagers learn pole bending and barrel
there are approximately 250 (247 by our count) vehicles racing.
visible in the photo and probably a few more that weren’t These days the Opheim Rodeo Club has been
in the photo. This gives one an idea of how many people running the show, producing a one-day rodeo for the last
were showing up for the event in the late 1960s and/or two decades. It’s always on the last Sunday of June, with
early 1970s. the parade running along Main Street starting at high
The Opheim Community Club organized and noon with the rodeo starting an hour later. Now it’s your
incorporated in the State of Montana on May 18, 1971 opportunity to make Opheim Rodeo history by being
and began sponsoring the annual Frontier Days Rodeo there. See you at the rodeo!
in 1972, which was the year the club started the souvenir
rodeo booklet as a project. In 1976 new bleachers were
built at the rodeo grounds for the club’s Bicentennial
Rodeo, a two-day event on June 26-27. Shown building
the new bleachers on page 338 are Fred Angermeier, Jim
Bailey, Dave Nelson, Dick Perry, Les Pettit and Myron St.
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JUNE 13, 2020 - 9 AM
1138 Cherry Creek Street
Glasgow, MT
Heading West on HWY 2 Take a Left
on Cherry Creek St.
Across for the VFW Follow Signs
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Mussel-fouled watercraft Furniture • Appliances • Vehicles • Guns

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Another mussel-fouled boat was tracked down ◊ 1923 Model-T ◊ 2008 Cadillac DeVille DTS Turin
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boat was not being launched in Montana, only passing Vehicles at 1:00 PM
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